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are required to attend, also all worn ADVANCED COURSE
en who have received credit from '.I
other institutions for the first five le-! O FFER ED IN G YM

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An informal tea for graduate worn-
iwill behe l from 4:30 to '5:30f

en

o'clock this afternoon at Betsy Bar-
bour dormitory.
Du~e to illness Dean Jean Hamilton
will not be at home tc University wo-
mien this afternoon. Dean Hamilton
had planned to receive the women of
the University on', the second and
fourth Tuesday of each month.,
Mortarboard society will meet at
7:30 o'clock this evening at the Delta
Giamma house,
~Girl Reserve leaders will m-eet at 7
o'clock tomorrow evening in) the south
parlor of Newberry hall, instead of
holding their regular meeting, Thurs--
day evening.
Members of the Fre:shman Girls'
Gle e club will nmeet for organiization
aaelection of officers at 4:30 o'clock
Thursday afternoon in the lparlor of
Barbour gymnasium. Notices are be-
ing sent to those who have been ac-
cepted as :members of tho club.: -

tue.- - Advanced work in gymnastics will
Gifts-Tha ,,rri be given this year to all women who
w ish to try out and who are capable
Bazaoar Is At Hande of maintaining the standards. Sopho-,
moresan freshmen,aswl as sen-
iors and juniors, are eligible to take
Fingers are busily plying needles this course.
and. thread and scraps of lavendarI The class will be held at 4:15 o'-r
crepe and silver, are becoming dainty clock on Tuesday-and Thursday afiter'-
lamp shades. 'While last year's fluffy Moons with the possibility of Chang-
dre ss is being converted into "unnien- ing the time with the consent of the
tionables"t threads of all kinds are be- majority of the women taking the
ing pulled in tiny squares of linen, course. v All women whio wish to try
and jn every girl's- room on camnpus eut are requested to attend the first
are signs of domesticity never seen; meeting of t; e class which is to be
before. The. artists have made at-E, held at 4:15 o'clock, Tuesday, Nov.
tractive painted candles, candlesticks, 14.
and objects that shame the Roycrofta
gifts. The good, -old fashioned kiiit- DEAN E. It. KRAUS WILL LEAVE
ters are supplying the sweaters for FOP SYRACUSE INACGLTRATION
the cool holidays that are fast ap-
proaching.1-
And what is the reason for all this Deqan Ed\ward H. Kraus, of the Sum-
hurry, bustle and confusion'? The finer session, leaves tomorrow evening
Womnen's League bazaar, Dec. 8, and for Syracuse, New York, where he will
9, There's lots of time to make the represent the University in the inau-
things, but everyone i requested to guration of Charles Wesley Flint,
sign up for some article before tomor- Iformer president of Cornell college at
row. And think what a lot of things . Mt. Vernon, Iowa, as chancellor of
there-are to make besides handk'er-; Syracuse university.
chiefs. Dean Kraus is a graduate of Syra-

ilindutan (i1 Cub Hol(] --ietinlg General discussion prevailbd after the
Jogendra N. Sahni,i Grad., read~ a pa- !meeting.
per "In Regards to thel -Near Easii4 t"a
the meeting of the Hindustan club jIi you lose your dog, a daily classl-
held at 3 o'clock Sunday a ter-noon. 1 ied ad will find it for .you.-Adv.

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lea uiifu 1 display- of
Scotch and English
Woolen Hose, Siveaters
aind Scarfs - -

Iordon
I s made of Oxford, in a
fine tailor-like way,. with
sound big buttons put on
to stay. The shirt has an
attached collar made by
th~e expert Atrow. collar
makers. The cuffs are of
the French model, or they
have single cuffs which
button with one button.
$300
A'R~ky

hand i n rIicit to Organize Swimmning (!lassei
All houses are requzested tohadiI Classes in swimming at Barboiir
their lists of articles for 'the' Christ-gynsu artobognidso.
mas bazaar tomorrow. InstructionT will, be given at 3:45 o'-
A. business mreeting of the Girls' r clock Monday and Fridayafternoons
ucational club will be held <tt8ocok n t415ad44 o'clock o us
evenng at arta Coklay and Thursday afternoons. As th,,j
tomorrow classes are to be limited in size, only
buildng. . women who do not know how to-swim

cuse and his appointment to repre-
sent the University was made by
President4 Marion L. Burton. Dean
Kraus plans on retur'ning to Ann Ar-
bor next Sunday.
Clhi Ortega, to Give Bridge Tea Soon i
Tickets for the Clii Omega Bridge
tea were placed, on sale at the candy'
booth last Thursday and will contin-j

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Stls il mee t8ocokti are asked to sign for the instruction. j e to be sold this week. The tea will
A bulletin board has been provided in be given Nvme 4ad2v at the
eveningrwith awnet Wcn r Barbour gymnasium for 'the names of: Chi Omega house, for the benefit of
at }WFrs vne those who wish to join the classes. the 'Women's. League. Men as well as
--____________ -women are expected to attend. Those
Reharsls or Th Knghtof he Have YOU signed your LU.AGUE who do not play bridge may play any
Burning Pestle": will be held today-'lde-d.cr aete eie
as follows: Three o'clock, Act ~IIp gAv ad aete eie
4 o'clock, Acts IV,. V; 7 o'clock, Jas- ______________________________________
per, Luce, Venturewell, Humphrey,
Boy, aid pall beareks are to practice j THE
their scenes., Afternoon tehe rsalsTHSI FLO
will be held in Sarah Caswell Angell SINFOO
hail and evening rehearsals in New- I I FLOOD
berry hall auditorium. I u tiniui I" I 1Ii 1I

NOW! -NOIY 9NOW!
The Miost Glittering flIit ina Town!

Rodolph Valnti

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LAST
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Thc Campus Theatre TONIGHT
2 :00-3 :30
063, Z:00-8 :30
Grea test Of All Sea Romac!

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Members of Mummers are asked to
report between 4-and 5:30 o'clock to-
morrow i L the west parlor of Bar-
bour gymnasium to tryout for the
Mummers Christmas play to he given
at the time of the bazaar.
There will be a meeting of freshman
girls at 5 O'clock Tuesday afternoon,
imm~ediately after the hygiene lecturei
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. The
.purpose of the meeting is to elect a
freshman girls' social committee.
All women who have" been taking
horse-shoe pitching are requested to
have an'other physical examiniation
frcan Dr. - Walker before noon on
Wedncsday.
KI
There will. be a class In the folk-
dancing- of lllnations to be' given ,atj
3:15 o'clock. Wednesday afternoons.
The- first meeting will be on Wed-y
nesday, XNov. ;5. All women are elig-
ile fo r this course.

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1 p O N N fo f d ie a .

Brllianf. Cast Including
CHARLES OGLE
JOSEF SICKARD
and others of mote.

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SHORT SITBJ CIIS

GREAT ORCHESTRA,

Rifle practice has been transferredj
from Palmer field to room-330 of the
Engineering building.
Sophomores andl freshmen intprest..
ed in basketball will meet at 5 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon in, Barbour gym-
nasiumn to decide upon hours for prac-
. tiCe.
Thpli sixth and last hygiene lecture,
wdil l be given at 4 o'clock this after-
noon at Barbour gymnasium. All
'freshmen and entericg sophomores
Itlave YOU signed your LEAGUE
pledge''--Adv.

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Three dashing new,
shades -in drop s'iich
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A Drama of Personalities, changing
faces, and love that, never changes.

ARCADE
The Twin Sduper Comedy
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