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November 05, 1922 - Image 2

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T14E MICHIGAN* DAILY

a SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5,

THE MICHIGAN DATLY SUNDAY, NOVEMB~ER 5,

'APIIA XI DELTA'S YARN MIEN
WILL SWELL LEAGUE FUNDS
} o i gment the University of Michi-
gan League fund, the members of the
A? 0:- s'i Delta -,o ority have arranged
LO .ke y21111n menl of maize and blue
yarn to sell for the Michigan-Wiscon-
sin game.
The sale will be opened next Friday
at the Flower show in Barbour gym-
nasium. The yarn men will be sold
for ten cent~s each. Residence halls,
sororities and league houses will be
canvassed and in addition plans have
been mhade to sell the yarn men at,
the 'Women's League party on the Fri-
day before the game..
CHII OMEGA WILL ENTERTAIN
AT BIDGE PARTY FOR LEAGUE
Benefit bridge teas are being given
again this year. Last winter and
Sprig these teak , which were given

for the Michigan League, proved sue
essful and plans have been inaugur-
1c to continue them again this sea-
~n. The members of Chi Omega will
.,.certain with a bride tea on the af-
,en'noons of Nov. 24 and 25. Ticket;,
;r'ill be on sale at the end of this week
;. t the candy booth in University haill
aind will be priced at $.75 per person
or $3.00 for a table.
For the benefit of those who do not
play bridge, arrangements will be
made for other games. Candy and
various fancy articles will be sold on
both afternoons.
NATURAL SCIENCE BUII)ING
COURT GARDlEN UJNDE1R WAY
Work is now well. unfier way on the
garden which is 'being constructed in
the court of the Natural Science build-
ing by the building and grounds de-
partment. The garden plot is to ex-;
tend entirely around the edge of the
court, while other spaces are being

staked off in the center of the opening. plot
At the present time more than half of that
the cement curbing for the circular cold

has been laid and'it Is expectedl
the work will. be finished before
weather interferes.

SPECIAL OFFER:
MEL TICKETS: $5.50 FOR 5.00
SUNI)_ Y IIN 'ER AND SUPPER, AFTERI-DINN ER LU~tNCHES
WE SPECIALIZE IN GOOD FOODS
SERTEI) AT MJODERATE PRICES.
FREE DANCIlNG FLOOR
The Chinese adn
"GET THlE HABIT"

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enrouto to. customers.
Icailr4 ;d officials" have recntly declared that their roads are now practically caught up with coal shipments and in a
position to handle. coming shipments, which means that the old bugaboo "coal shortage" is a bit farther away
than it has been for three months. The situation in 'the yards at Ashitabula, 0., shown above, is said to be typ;-
' " ~ the eoal shipping conditions about the country.
the h itr. h cino -t oehn o alA Diy story takes place in the S(?, Y classified ad will sell it for your.Av.
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