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THE MICHIGAN DAILY __

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IEN BY SOPH TAMI

W1omn

"GOLD STARWOMEN"
TO BE MEMORIAL!ZED

funds for the new Women's -'IF e EVRODY WEAR A ]POPPY"
building. Out of the life mnnebershp IS ARMISTICE DALY SLOG0AN'
money, $250,000 will be used asz nII
endowment fund to insure the YFe'rm- 1"Evrloywarapop as e
anent maintenance of the bull(ing a. ne the slogan for the poppy sale
,long as it stands. 117hi l nnnprlv ,.arnv anti4'is 1"r1'

Defeating lthe 'freshman "hoke
team by a score o 2 to 1, the sopho
more team won the championship in
class hockey in a hard fought gam
Friday afternoon. at Palmer field
During the first half of the game on
goal was "made for the sophomores by
Dorothy Davis. At the beginning of
the seconjd half the freshmen started
a furious offense which resulted in the
making ,,of a goal by, Dorothy Og-
borny. 'he sophomores however, car-
' tied the ball down the field for', their
second score, and, when time was
called, claimed the victory with a fin-
al score of 2 .to .
The game with the seniors and jun-
iors played as "tied ;0 ,to0 at the end
o the first half. In the second half
the juniors "made tw goals. Marian
'Willis putting n- the first ball and Elz-
Abeth Lauver, the, second. By win-
ning the game from the selors with
at 2 to 0 ;score, the juniors placed see-
ond in the hockey tournament.(
Ne ed&Teahers
* For Basketball
More womaep will be needed to sign
up for basketball coaching if larg
casses in this sport are to be prop-
erly coached--tis winter. Classes with
an alatcipated enrollment of more
than 250, women will "require assist-
ants" in addition to the basketball in-
structors provided by the department
of physical education. Woen from
all classes are eligible for this work
provided they have had ;some .train-
Ing :"A basketball. Besides working
as coaches,.for which they will receive
30 honor pois a ;semeter, they will
have ample opportunity to try- out
for class teams. All women who are
interested are requested to sign their
names on the b'kulletIn, board at Bar-
bour .gymnasium.
NPORTIA SOCIETY
HEARS PROF. IMMEL '
in place of the reglar meeting
which was scheduled for Thursday
evening, ihlembers f Portia Lierary
society attended the reading by Prof.
Ray K. Immel. of ,Bernard Shaw's
"The Devil's Disciple." The program
which was planned for the evening
will :be incorporated as a part. of the
social meeting on",Thursday afternoon
at the Iapps Delta house.
The regular,,Thursday evening
mee ng will take plac as uual in
room 302 Mason hall.
1NOTJ) NE4iRWO 6Ru', EL
'SPEAK HIERE NOVEBERt 14
Judge William Harrisonof Chicago,
member of the bar of the supreme
court of the U~nited States and con-
sidered the greatest negro orator in
the country, will seak, at 8 o'clock,
Tuesday, Nov. 14, in Pattengll adi
torium., His subject will be "Te Bar
of Justice."
Judge Harrison was national speak-
er for the third Liberty, Loan. He is
ex-special judge f,he superior court
of Oklahoma. county, Okla. He will
' come here uld~ thCe auspices o the
Second District Colored church of this
city.,
ShiuH addresses PhamIncs
Prof. A. ranklin Shull, of the Zoo-
logy department, addressed the Amer-
ican Pharmaceutical associatio4 yel-
'terday in Detroit. Seaking on 'Crea-
tures of Environment," he discussd"
the relative effect of heredity and en-
vironment.
Got a room to rent? A Daily classi-
' fled;^ad w lly finci aroomer.-Adv.
E0 AT TU1 : THEATERS
Sciree- Tody
Arcade-betty Comipson in "ToJ

IHave and to Hold;" Al St.
Janin, his latest comedy.
IMajestic-Peter B. Kine's "Kin-
dred of the Dust,' with iam
Cooper- and, Ralph -Graves; I
comedy and news review.
Orpheum-viola Dana in "See-
ing's Believing;" and comedy.
Wuerth-Betty Compsdir in "A-j
ways the Woman;" comedy and 1
news.
I - Stage--This'Week
Garrick (Detroit)--William Hod-
Ige in "For All of Us."
Shubert- Michigan (Detroit) -
IBonstelle company in John
] Ga~worthy's, "Justice.".

Gymnasium class work for all wom-
y ' en will be transferred from Palmer field.I (By Associated Press)
-to Barbour gymnasium beginning on Chicago, Nov. 10.-One hundred and
I Monday.. Classes which havd been ac-; sixt y-One namies of "gold star wo-
ecustomed to meet at 10:45 o'clock will men"-American girls who gave their
' meet at 10: 15,the 2:45 o'clock classes Ilires in the World war-are found on
'will now meet at 2:15, and the 3:45 tlhe' list made public today by the W~o-
o'clock classes at 3:15. t men's Overseas Service league, corn-
y ~plled as a feature ,of Armistice day.
f All senior and junior -women inter- Nicost of them rest under French solil
1 etedin Basetbll ill met a 5some in far-off Siberia, Armenia,
estd i baketallwil met a ~China, and Manilla, and others in
Yo'clock Monday afternoon at Barbour England.
gymnasium to decide upon hours for1 Pasfrappeulttinia
practice. Sophomores and freshmenl to the former service i women of tine
will meet at5 o'clock on Tuesday aft- American Expeditionary Forces w ere
ernoo. announced in connection with the list.
"There is a handsome bronze tab--
Women who have not paid their Y. let in the Army and Navy bildin.,it
W. C. A. pledges which were due Nov. -Washington,. memorializing the mules
8, may do so on Monday afternoon and horses who died in the war but'
at 'the office in Newberry hall. nowhere in Washington is there founud
-- ----ya record of the -women who died-ex-
Chaperones for dances tonighit'~ are' cept army nurses-until we compniled
a s follows: Armory-virs. 11. W. i, declared 'Miss Helen Courtenay.
Cake; Union--Mrs. H. W. Berger. or~ginator of the movement.4
Hikers will leave Barbour gymnasi- xIFE ME Y'I t RSH PS
umn at 9 o'clock this morning. Honor T (LCT D
points will be given> for this hike. . OB O IIE
Teams and their captains have 1) ( nl
Hospital.Children chosen and everything is in readine
$,g . ,for the life membership drive w hichr
Be eitBL B z a the Women's League will wage on
-- Vlonday, Tuesday and Wednesday off
Old fashioned pummpkin pies and thes week. The money raisedi willg
home-made candy, attracted the great E toward thebuligadcm ig
6st number of buyrs at the bazaar bulig adcm ig
which was opened last evening in the Got something for sale? A "Daily"
high school gymnasium,, The affair, , lsiida ilseli o o*Av
which is being given by the (Is'-
Daughters of Ann Arbor, has for i h t ryaitISageto'$2,5011
purpose, the swelling of the fund ofj G AM IL WI. Mat. 50c to $1.60
money which is being raised to- pro7 2*Et fco$ O
vide a teacher for chidren -who are WM ,D50is
jvi i
receiving treatment at the University , ~
hoptl ato h udhs led FOR A L O Sibeen raised and- work is being carried I A new Comcdy in hree Acts
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Sorority 'To Entertain -.;f~pio
Members of the Alpha Xi Delc-; r-
ority will be at home from four to,
six o'clock tAis afternoon to nnbcr;
of the faculty, chaperones of the var-
ious sororities and halls of residence
and townspeople friends.

co;.t in ed today by members of the
,; nen's -Auxiliary to the American
Leagion and the Girl Reserves. Twen-
t y thousand poppies for Armistice day
Ihave been made anid placed on sale
at 20 most important business corn-
ers is Ann Arbor " Each poppy is sold'
for 1(} cents.'

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The bazaar will be continued from
9 o'clock this ;horning u-ntil 6 o'clock
tonight.
StIUBEWF. l lhtt sap=75"$1.00
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JOHN BARRYMPRES Triumphal Success
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