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LItI1UIILU
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Making a score of 5 to 1 gaine~d the
junior class hockey team a iVictory
over the freshman team in the first
game of the tournament plar'ed yes-
terday afternoon at Palmer ;field. The
sophomores defeated the seniors in a
hard fought game which egided with
a~ score of 1 to 0.
In spite of the slippery field, the
junior-freshman game begian prompt-
ly at 4i15 o'clock. Two goals were
made in the first half by the' juniors,
one by Dorothy Bogan and' one by,
Marian Willis. Marion U~ndsleyv made
the goal for the fresTlinen. In -thc
second half Miss BoF, 4a made two
goals for the juniors and Norma Bowe-
beer one. The final scvore ended 5 to
1 in favor of the junix~rs. During the
senior-sophomore game the only score
was made in the fir -t half b~y Char-F
lotte Springstein.
This afternoon wbiich is the *econd
~day of the toi.rnarnlent, the senior
team will play the ,freshmen team
at 4:15 oclock at Palmer field and the
juniors will Play the sophomores at
4:30 o'clock. On Friday the sopho-.
mores will play the freshmen at 4:15
o'clock, the seniosrs and juniors play-
ing at 4:30 o'cloick. All, women are
urged to come out and cheer for their
b eams.f
INIJRS ES ORGANIZE TO PLAY
BRIDGE AFBh FLVE-H,"I RF1l
Groups of five-hund-red and. bridge
clubs for the Nurses' training school
have been organized into sections, ~one,
for graduates and social workers, one
live-hundred group open to anyone,
one fore bridge-players in the gradu.-;
ate school and in social servicee work,
and two bridge groups of iunder-grad,-
uates.
The five hundred and. graduate-so-
cial groups are to meet today to com-
plete organization, elect 'offcers, and
decide on the time for. meeting. The
meeting for organization of the un-
dergraduate sections will occur some,
tame next week. Mrs. Ratcliffe, (Ii-
rector of the Nurses Trainiing school,
stated that owing to the conilid of
classes, there will. probably be soin,
difficulty in arranging. a time for'
meetings t hat will be 'satisfactory to
everyone, but if necessary, special
meetings will he arranged for those
who are un~able to :attend the ,firt
one.

will be held at 3 o'clock this after-
noon in the, parlor~s -cfBabu m
nasiumn.
"Jesus' Philosophy of Life" will be
the topic of discussion at the 4 o'clock
Bible class this afternoon at Newber-
ry hull. The 'class is to be conducted t
by Dr. Thomas Iden. t
I-,aders of te Girl Reserves 'will
meet at 7 o'cloclk this evening in the
south -parlor of Newberry .hall. There
wilbe no tipeaker at this meeting, as
the time is to be spent in making pop.-
pies for the Girl Reserve poppy sale,
on Friday and Saturday.
Members of Portia literary society
will meet at 7 o'clocic this evening its
room 302, Masan hall.

Corning NIo-, ., 12

~avif wich asore-,ailed f o ' the ps
ti-0 earinth1 coutry is (infLa'; t
Pto cleartoreanngbu 0t thistCoical
aidetwihge u fthe fIscal1
needsof te ivl a, He further
President FridCaay blee that the
pecople will finally realizo th at no tar-
iff can protect our industry without
raising' prices and thai t the Foaricy
M~cCuinber tariff o :"er:_ real pro}tetionr
to the farmer beecause the ',gricualtuaral.
commoicdities taxed arc xo~di
surp)lus. Thlis tar>ife bill does, h~
c'eerafford protect ion on 1uch articCes
assugar, wool, b.eans, s-ilk, lacesan
t03 s.T1:s 1'edeni ig; fe ,tuie, lhe e-
~ (~Sty of its bad jpon.1's
Place yiour engravig and emb1.o: :-
ruginn aticuery (,orders 'with4 0. D. Mr-
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eleventh hour rush.-.adv.

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Today's rehearsals for "The Knight la a
of the Burningk Pestle" are scheduled Clae of the atatos the thic--
' sflos he 'clock, Act IVY; 7 oa s~so vrl'clock, c c Tco1, the entire m1 y t -'eater, Suaday,Nv.12, v~hcn
play. As Hill auditorium has been lAugustus £itou presents i.Es
rented for thje- purpose of having af Ryan, ar the "ta '^ nloah rka-
complete rehearsal of the play this t fon's latest comed'ty, "'FI'lleI _i tc
evening, it is necessary that everyone Strargers," which rau all last year inl
connected with 'the play be present. New York, Chicago t nd Bo;tto i. e ike
The afternoon. rehearsals will be held play has dialogue that is sinark inrr~
in Sara, Caswell- Angell hall. I with wit and. kee~n observtio of Am-
I cnilcan family life.
There will be a meeting of the fresh-:
man' Spread committee at 5 c'clockBAVI
today in $arbour gymnaq um.
Mlartaha Cook governors Einertain lft
In. honor off Dean Jean Hamilton, O'T;Pi1
Miss 7.elxm.a Estelle Clark, Miss Fran-Tfl1F STJT~
ces' C. Mack and- Miss Mary E. 'Wal]
ton, a reception was given yesterday B~I L4I II(iET~r
after'noon at the Martha Cook dorinil-' Rlb I~l -V'P M A
tory by the board of governors 'and' 'HiN (~;'iAT,'
the residenits of the dormitory. Thex
board of governors are Mrs. Frederic David Frida y, ,)resident of the Mich-
P. Stevens, Mrs. Harry Bulkley, an(( igan Agricultural college and f'ormerly
Miss Gr'ace Millard of Detroit. head of the economics (dopartn~cnt at '
___________________ ho University of ?Vllig an, has writ-!
Student Announces Engagement 3 ten an article for the November Re-'
A.nnouncement. has. been made of tviewv of Reviews; on the tar ff tand the
the~ engagemeant of Martin Dickie, 1211, cost of living in the Ulnited tates.
to Louise Van Metre of Clarksbury, The purpose of Pr sident hri(15y's ar-
Wtiest Virginia, ticle i,s that the Fords cey-PMeCumber
-. - tariff will not materially inj:ur e the
Michigan Daily and Chimes for V4.5. American people.
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Arcade--Betty Compson in "To
Have and to Hold;" Al St.
John in his latest comedy.
Majestic-Peter B. Kine's "Kin-
dred of the Dust," with Miriam
Cooper and Ralph_ Graves;,
co'medy and news review.
Orpheum"Perils of the West;"
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Wuerthi - D. WV. Griffith's "Or -
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'Stage--Tils;Week
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