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- Members of the Freshman Girl.'
Reports from those ,women who are ;Glee club will meet for organization
making house to house canvasses for 1and election of officers at 4:30 o'clock
teW omen's League life mmesi tomorrow afternoon in the Darlor o'
drive are not as yet in, but judging 1arbou: gymnasium,
from the number of pledges which
have been taken in at the booths in A business meeting of the, Girl;;' Ed-
the Library and in University hall,; ucational club will be held at 8 o'clock
very little enthusiasm for the success this evening, at Martha Cook built.
of the drive has been shown. Last ing.
year when a similar campaign wvas
conducted 1400 pledges were made., Members.,of .Mummery are asked to
Perhaps the reason for this lack of report between 4 and 5:30 o'clock to-,
response comies from, the fact that thy1 day in the west parlor o' Bar-.
women do not realize that they have a bour gymnasium to tryout for the'
period of five years in which to comn ,Mummers Christmas play to. be given.,.
plete their membership fee of $50 and at the time of the bazaar.
at the time the pledge is signed only
an initial deposit of $10 is required. I All women who have been taking
Considering the support that the wO-j horse-shoe pitching are requested to
men have , previously contributed to have another physical examination
various projects for the benefit ofI from Dr. Walker before noon to-
the University of Michigan League, Iday.
and the amount of energy that theyI
have exerted in originating and car- Ticket sale for "The' Knight of the ;
rying out plans, in th e interest of the 'Burning Pestle" opens this morning.
building fund, his unresponsive atti-' h iktsaeo slea ars
tulde is inexplicable. Atog hslae',adGaa' oksoe
is the last official day. of the drives SReserve sats'inrhem' firstrws.
it~ is not too late for pledges to be Rsre et nte is $rw
mrade and for the women of the Uni-l of the main floor and the. first five
versity to< maintain the record that it'rows of the balcony are $1. All othi.
is really their privilege to maintain.I ers are ' 50 cents. Mail orders may,
__________________be sent to Margaret Reineke, *~
Old Styles Seen 83Iapa od
SGirl Reserve leaders will meet a~
In lasque PlY17 o'clock this, evening in the south:

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You. will be .surprised at the large
results obtained at low cost from a
"Daily" classified ad"-Adv.

Sat Barbou~r; gymnasijum. Thnefirs': t Stuents innhounce lgagenieint Clean, energetic boys wanted to sell
m!ieeting will beo held this afternoon. Announcement was made yester'day wihgnDily Pictorial Supplemnentsj
All wsomen-are eligible for' this course. at Helen Newberry Residence of theNo.,1.A exlen
Reerasfr"h ng t'ite g engagement of Ilene C. Fischer,'. ,cac for live wire boys, to make a
tobnedto W. Ellwood Cake, '20. M ~ ~ "la-p ~ hr ie pl
,,n n es l " a e to b e d in th it 1<1 s ne s O fc o ay -- d.e fs a m em bemr of Senior society. -, r.tDl o ily o der T ree o'loc ,; AcOfficea, today.-A dvig na.i~i -
o; 'clock, Act 11. 7 o'clock, Merry.an SgmaX raentisY Chicken dinner from 5 to 7:30 at
thought and chorus, Venturewrell, M!'is- I m otel Lyon, South Lyon, Mich. 16I
'tress Merrythought, Jasper,, Michael. Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50. I nmiles; north on Pontiac Road-Adv.
Today all rehearsals will be held in
sarah aswcllAii11l hall
} Tomorrow 'at 3 o'clock. Act Ill. IV.
!V' will rehiearse' in Hill 'auditorfun.
with the orchestra. At 4 o'clock; the T e i l e s u
dancers will rehearse .with the or-.R
chestra. Tomorrow night a full re-
h earsal o-f the entire play will be held G e n r% ; o n ~ n
in Sarah Cas well Angell hall. This
will be repeated Saturday morning in acknowledges its appreciation of the courtesy
'Hill auditorium, shown b

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A PLAYGOER'S SPECIAL
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CHAPTER 7
Ul- VERSIAL ,_STAR COMEDY

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in generously tendering their show windows for use of this
company for purpose of exhibiting
ivesid Flowers
on the occasion of the annual meeting\ of the Michigan State
Florists' Association held in Ann Arbor,. Nov. 10-1 1, 19X22.
Riverside Greenhouse Company

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"Style repeats itself." Right here
on the campus this is being_ proved.
The short-skirted, little girl co-eds of
last year have passed and instead have
come the more sedately grown up, wo-
men students, reminiscent of earlier
days at Michigan.F
A unique dressmaking establish-
ment has been instituted by the wo-(
mnen. They are working every days
creating clothes in the styles worry
by women three hundred' years agog
The rooms are on the second floor oi
Newberry hall:
The work, is uinder the direction o' l
Elizabeth Rigby," 23, and the costun es
now being designed and made will be
worn by Elizabetharn theatre-goers irj)
"The Knight -of the Burning Pestle"
which is to be given next Wednesday,
evening in IBill auditorium.
*Tryouts for membership in Masques
as well as the costume committee Hof
the cluba are doing the sewing, cut-
ting, and fitting of these elaborate
costumes.a
In addition to the 'costumes being
designed and made in the workshop,
mnany are being rented. Professor J.
Raleigh Nelson spent last week-end
in Chicago arranging for the cava-
Her clothes that fit the {period of the
playz
~Let a "Daily" classified ad rent that
vacant room for~ you.-Adv.-
ANNOUNCING
The Twin' Super. Comedy
features
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parlor of Newberry .hall. This meet-,'
ing will take the place of the regular'j;

Thursday night meeting.

Vice-President and Geneiier aimager

Every organized house is requested 1
to hand in its list of proposed dona-II
tion s for the bazaar to MViriam Reid at
Martha Cook dormitory before this
evening.
There will be a. class in the folk-
dancing of all nations to be given at
3:15 o'clock Wednesday afternoons

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