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; THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDA

CRT\ TEAMS
9I AT SPREAD

freshmen will be played at 4:15 o'clock
Friday afternoon. Seniors and juniors
will play at 4:30 o'clock.
The plan of announcing the teams
at a hockey spread was tried this year:
for the, first time. The spread,,which
was in charge of Georgia Church, 123,
was attended by more than 75 wo-
men.

Dscussing Te ,BritshCrisis

League Models
Display s4

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Styles

LA S G:AMEF TO RE PLAYED THRF
LATTER P ,RT OF NEXT !
WEEK

Hockey teams to represent the sen-
ior, junior. sophomnore, and freshmen,
classes were announced by Miss Eliza-;~J~~~j f
beth Sehon of the department of phys.-
ical education at a hockey spread/-
held Thursday evening' at Barbour
gymnasium., Chaperones for the dances tonight
The teams are as follows: The sen.. are as follows: Union-Miss Martha
ior first' team-M~arion Brown, Helen Hdills. Armory - Mrs. H. W. Cake.
Miller, Georgia Church, Martha Dodd. Packard--Mrs. H. G. Berger.
Donard Van~ Zandt, Frances Strykeri
Grace Fry, Frances Ames, Kathryn Life-membership pledges for the
Potter, Runth Waldron, Dorothy Brown, University of Michigan League may be
Dorpthy Lippold. Joyce VanAlstyne, laid to borothy Wylie from 3:30 to
and Carolyn Johnson; the senior squad 5 o'clock every Friday afternoon in
-Ilene Fisher, Dorothy Klooz., and Neva Lovewell's office in Barbour
Nathalie Chapman. :-ymnasium.
Those in the junior first team are-?
Dorothy Bogan, lizabeth Lauver, About 30 houses have failed to call
Crrice Cassidy, Norma Bowbeer, Mar- for the blanks for signing out which
ion Wills, K~atherine Ainsworth, Lu- are now ready at the office of the
cilia Walker, Helen Delbridge, Wini- ;dean of women. House ,presidents
free' Oraigi e, M4ary inlays, Margaret , re urg-ed to call immediately for
Ann Keegan, Anna Sheldon, and Mary these blanks and to see" that they are
Earljy: tft junior 'squad-Elizabeth turned in at the end of this month..
Pike, Lucretia Prewer, Eleanor Steele;
Vera JZenaga, :Elizabeth Cain, 'Elsie The cast of "The Knight of the Burn-
Tracy: E~tl er Heidleman,, :Mriai
WickallJesse Uckham Murel ng Pestle" is asked to report prompt-
y lyin Sarah Caswell. Angell hall forl
l~imighan, NaaleClover, an>d io rehearsals. Today's schedule is aq
thyrMi t l l :. follows: Nine o'clock, Prologue and
M4embers of the sophomtore firs" 'Act I; 9: 30 o'clock, Act II; Ii0 o'clock,
itam arc=--JIorothy Davis, Charlotte Act 111; 10:.30 .o'clock, Act IV; 11
SprJgTj - uen. Helen Brace, Martha Gill., 'lcAtV
Elizabheth Liebermaann, Margaret __________
'Chamberlain, Virginia Cronin, Mar- . Michigan Song Books, MemorN
ga9ret -Poet. Marianna Smalley, Mar- Books, Book Ends, and Jewelry at
ilia.ci rd.:on~, ack itl l soOhim acher, Marga ret ....,ti_______-.,..
Beal, and Pauline Gallagher; the __________________
sophonwo squad- Olive: Fast and
larguret Hays.
MNembers of the freshman first SPECIA L
tea ,iare- "Morg, ret Cu'mmngs, Ger-
trude Mohiler., Marion Lindsley, A~iee SH W N'
Langthorn, Dorothy' Patton, Dorothy
Ogborn, Ellen VanZandt, Eunice Rose, for Saturday
Betty Parrott. Ingred Jeivell, Franct',
Hluff, Eline Stevely, Helen Wicks; DRESS H T
the freshmnan. squad-Tan eta Doster,
1Do.,othy Young, Anna VanTuiyle, Flor- I 'h
ence Adams, Marie Reed, Gertrude th
Kopf, Helen Strauss, Cleo Nicolai, Vir- prevailing jolors at
ginia Kersey, lvlarian Lawless, Alice,
You.ng, Jesse Sprague, MVIargaret Gar- $10.00
riolt, Anna Wheeler, Ingrid Alving,
Faythe B~rueek, Beulah North,. and
Charlotte Jacobs.
The hockey tou.rnament gamner FLOWVERS
were also. announced. The juniors
will play thte fresamen at 4:15 o cloci-I FOR DRESSES
Wednesday afternoon at Palmer field.
While the juniors and freshmen are
resting between halves, the seniors
and sophom~ores will take the field at DANA
4:3l0 ' 1clv, k. Te seniors will play A *
the fres m~zen at 4:15 o'clock Thurs- ;IC AR SO
day afternoon;, the juniors and sopho- 15E iet t
mores playig at 4:30 o'clock, TheĀ°
games betwveen the sophomores and the

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Whether the style show presented;
yesterday afternoon by 'the Women's
League was a greater success than
the one given ,last year or, not, is hard
to determine. Varied in design, rich
in color, and clever In line, the beau-
s ;ty of each garment displayed was ac-
centuated by it's wearer.
r Among the costumes were a black
velour suit trimmed with heavy bands
of black fur; a red canton crepe ev-
ening gown, gracefully draped and
caught at the side by a large silver
ornament. Over this was worn a red
velvet wrap, trimmed with black fur.
Another noticeable costume consisted
of a red sweater, trimmed with whlto
chinchilla, and a red skirt to match.
The models were Helen Sherman
from Alpha Xi Delta,' Irene Lutz from.
Alpha Omicron Pi; Cliveous Hancock
from Chi Omega; Bertha Green from
1Newberry residence ; Edith Bishop
from., Kappa Alpha Theta;. Helen Bus-
ter from P; Beta Phi; and Hlarriet
Burry from Sorosis.

were elected: Natalie Jordan, '23, vice-
president; Harriet Blum, '23, secre-
tary; 'Martha Chapin, '23, and treas-
urer, Helen.' Allan, '23.
DOR1MITORY ELECTS
STAFF FOR ANNUAL
This year the residents of' Betsy
Barbour house will publish an an-
nual for the first time. It is expectec'i
by the editors that the publication
will be ready for the press by the end
of May.
The following staff was elected Fri-
day:, editor-in-chief, Charlotte Clag-
ett, '24; business manager, Margaret
Fairbanks, '23; assistant business
man ager, Cara Murbach, '23; art eoli-
tor, Louise Eckert, '23; assistant art}
editor, Janet Vanderburg, '26; photo-k
graphic editor, Harrie Hollon, '24; as-
sistant photographic editor, Kitty,
Broadhead, '24; literary editor, Ruth
Howell, '24; feature editor, Rosalie
Frenger, '25; assistant, Grace McDon-
ald, '26.
Wr ___________
PoRT'IiA LITERARY SOCIETY
A1RANGES SOCIAL FIt1TIN S
Members of Portia Literary societyl
discussed several, social functions
which will be held in the future at a
meeting held last evening in Mason;
halt. The first of, these, a get-to-geth-
er; party, will "take place Wednesdgy
afternoon, Nov. 10, at the Kappa Del-
ta house. Other affairs, which are not

as yet def

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announced later.
Graduate Women Entertain Informally
About 20 graduate w"omnen met
Thursday afternoon at the home of
Dean Jean Hamilton. Tea was serv-
ed and the afternoon spent informal-.
ly. Mrs. Alfred Lloyd' and M1!iss Alice
Croclker were present to meet the wo-
men and' help them to become better
acquainted.
Students' 3harriage Announced
Announcemuent has been mnade of the
marriage of Mary Washburn, '22,
School of Music, to Robert Ball, '211,
The marriage took place on Saturday,
Oct'. 28, in Toledo, Ohio.

finitely decided upon,

GIRLS" EDUCATIONAL CLUB
HOLDS ELJECTION OF OFFICERS
Due to the resignation of' Lucile
Welty, '23, president, and Rose Tobias,
'23 secretary, the Girls' Educational
club, held an 'election of officerslWed-
nesday evening at Betsy Barbour
dormitory. The following officers

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George Harvey, ambassador to Great Britain from the U. S., and Sir
Robert .Horne, a dominant figure in British politics, had just attended the
dedication of the new Port of London Authority building when this, photo
Iwas taken, but they were discussing the British political situation when
interrupted by the photographer.

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