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The Michigan Daily, 1922-11-05

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li~M~~t ~,1922THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ACE

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1 been assising in the r caling of the luden1 is nunce Fngagemnt S Woodworth, '3, to the office of 1 Michigan Song Books, Meror4
C T19 SILL poppies will aso help in the sale Announcement was made of the en- Councilor for the Washington, D. C.; Books Book Ends, and Jewelry at
~ttiti GRL RS[R [S Tl SEL jd irm th sae w~il le larhnan Daring at a dinner gir gou.
Le J~ CIP 1viddbetween the three ogai:azhn _i_____________________________a________________
. P W ill i cn at the Pi Bta Phi house on Fri-, 9uIES tHI8 li ssisting in the tio. Te (r re , -eein.Pihus nFi
Extra hockey practice fob sopho- ^ -serves wvl use their poceds iltn COday evenin. $ /
moeswil e ed t :1 oclc pppest~l b sld:gai rm Inetinwith their work at Cavanaugh SCHOOL O A C N
Monday afternoon at Palmer field. tiee day this year by the members ofueWrl iishp(clttewiPRIVAunATffcEa oucs h iLSSNSIN
more wil b hed a 4:5 oclok Pj)1)e~ ii 1) 0 ~'tii \ii'thae, wlellthe p.cAmei e i Th A lumna:e te oAiioee- llruccfiiPIVTELSSNSI
the Girl Reaervcs in (ccoperation with use their share for ovesew work. election o Mis. W. R. Blton; (LevinaiThfft'h enlctrwllALE D NC G
The ift h~ene ectre illbe the American Legion and the World j-_______________
given at 4.o'clock Tuesday afternoon .g s- amdr g ORIENTAL DANCING
at Barbour gymnasium. All freshmen F'ellowusip committee of the V. \. C. i~ :a= "HLE~UI!EEEU111111111DANCIN
and entering sophomores are required '-- For the past two mnonhthie var- 1111 Wi AESTHETIC A CIN
to attend. jious GrlIRe Sere clubs of the grade CA DUM MODERN BALL-R O DANCI ?NG
s:hooh ; and the high school as well l H
Senior society will meet at 7:30 as the arsauiayofthAne-S'
o'clock Monday evening at Helen New- i n legion have been at work Atsh p;C~SUI:2DFLIRC UBH UE.
berry residence. ionirng the scarlet ropies. Mvrs. SUTO:2N F(OaCUluHUS
_____ _ E.R ankin is in charge of the G irl re- 4SI- M
An archery contest will be held at , rves in this work. goT NGPON,3
4:t5 o'cloreck MdThonyterino~e on atThe poppy sale will ayarSTEAM FyTTING
1lmrfed Thcotsisoetoatrnoon and will continue ntlSat-uI Z, J
all women who have been practicing ura noon. High schrool reserves antJLA [E"RUS KA JOH SO
archery either in regular classes or in Ilebr fteaxlay will sell. N' rT1/N m NTRCO
otdewr..The Girl reseirve ledes2ho15EI HURO~J1~JN PHONE 214-Fl1 ~i
ousdewrk odr wohave! I o =_>, a
Tryouts for. the Fireshmnan Girls'
L+7oo n~h illho hlA nnrav~fte1_ _, - 7 A

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EIDDIES 10c

Sleep In Class?
PemdyFound
Sounds of coughing, the rustling of
paper, shuffling of feet and faint
whistles of the radiators filled the
clsro.Tero a oadthe students sleepy. Instead of en-
livening them, the voice of the in9
structor acted as a lullaby on the ears
of the listeners. One by one,. heads.
began to droop and noq, eyes blinked
sleepily. A red haired boy, unembar-
rassedl wholeheartedly placed his head
on the back of his seat and let his
rasping snores penetrate the atm~os-,
phJere. A girl1 in the back seat titter-
ed as her seatmate pressed the end
of a cold pencil on her neck in an cf-;.
fort to waken her.I,
Rather alarmed by the, Lack of in- I
terest in his class, the instructor :de-
cided to raise his voice at the end of
his ;sentences instead of letting it. fall
This unexpected effort awakened the
red haired boy . Resolutely, but sleep-
ily, he extractedc from his pocket a
very .minatture deck of, cards-so tiny
that eight of them. could b)e placed1
onl .a common note book. Sighing con-1
tentedly the R. I-l. B. gave himself up
to the enjoyment of a game of soli-
taire and thus passed -the hou~ away:
Others watching him wondered where
oh where hie got those cards!*

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SUNDAY - TUESDAY
J.P. MAC GOWAN

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IN
"HILLS OF MISSING
MEN"

(41M ' DY SW

NEWS

abbi '§"P#rr 31. i!erkonuitZ
Speaker at Sunday Servtccs
Musical Program by Student
Choir
SUNDAY
At 7 P.M.
LANE HALL

On your way back to Ann Arborl
Sunday stop for dinner at Hotel Ly-
ons, South Lyons, lMich.-Adv.

For Taxi 25c.
Ad v.

445 huitron tSt.

Taxi.-

1 e s-per d

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New' Dress Hats

9

Smartest creations for late
autumn and winter. Would
regularly cost two and three
times this amount. Special to-
morrow for our Anniversary!

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