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Chaperones for the dances tonight
are as follows: Union-Mrs. Yateu
Adams; Arniory-Miss Marthr. Hills.I
Classes in swimming will begin next
week and will be held at 3:45 o'clock
on Monday and Friday afternoons and
at 4:15 and 4:45 o'clock on Tuesday
-and Thursday afternoons in Barbour
gymnasium.
A complete rehearsal of "The Knight
of the Buirning- Pestle' will Abe h eld
thii morning in Hill auditorium. The
cast of Acts I and II are to report
ab 8:30 o'clock sharp. The singers,
dancers, orchestra, and all members of
the cast are torbe ready for rehearsal
at 9:3 Oc'clock.
WOMEN'S ATHLETIC HOARD
MAKES PLANS FOR ASSOCIATION
Rifle manager was .a new position
created on the executive board of the
Women's Achletic association at a
meeting held' Thursday afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium; Kathryn Potter,
'23, former noint keeper, was assiged
to the position, a new point keeper to
be designated 'later by the president.
It was also decided to award honor
points for rifle shooting, 20 honor
points to be given for perfect attend-
ance during the outdoor season in the
fall and spring,. and 30 honor points
for the indoor or winter season.
The major organiaztion of the Ath-
letic association will hold a meeting
at 4:15 o'clock .:Tuesday, Nov. 21, in
Barbour gymnasium.
WISCONSIN WO3EN TO MAKE
HEADQUARTERS AT DORMITORY
Visiting women from theaUniversity
of W.isconsin will be met at the <sta-7
tion tqday by residents of Betsy Bar-
bour house. An invitation for the,
Madison women to consider the dornir
itory their headquarters during their
stay in the city-was sent to the Wis-
consin dean of women last Wednes-
day.
Overflow Dance to Vc lelst at yn
For persons who were unable to pro-
cure tickets for any or the dances to-
night, an overfow dance will be held
from 9 to 12 o'clock in Barbour gym-
nasium Ted Rhodes' orchestra will
furnish the .music. Tickets were plac-
ed on- sale' at 4 o'clock yesterday after-
noon at Graham's book store. The
price is $1 per couple.

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IADUATE OF '76
ENTERS GLASS OF
26 AS FRESHMAN

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FRESHMAN GIRDS' GLEE CLUB
MEETS AND ELECTS OFFICERS

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*IMembers, of the Freshman- Girls'
Glee club met Thursday afternoon for
organization and 'election of officers.'
The officers chosen were Virginia
Kersey, '26, president; Frances Ru-
dell, '26, secretary-treasuref, and Ann
Gale,. '26, librarian. The next meet=
ing of the club will be held at 4:30
o'clock Thursday afternoon, Nov. 23,
in the parlor of Barbour gymnasium.
Students Announce- Eugageiment
Announcement has been made at
the Alpha Omicron Pi house of the
engagement of Ida Elizabeth Gratton,r
'20, to Christian Yozngjohn, '23L. Mr.
Youngjohn is a member of the Delta
Theta Phi .fraternity.:

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Screen-Today
Arca'---.aMilton Sills in "Skin,
Deep;" comedy, sport review'
and news.

WOVRNSREADY FOR
BDEREDFIGHT TODAYT
(Continued from Page One)
Badger line offensive but the value of
this nlan remains to be seen.
The opposing quarterbacks, Uteritz
and Barr. of Wisconsin, are rated'
with Parkin and Clark, the other BigI
Ten stars, among the best in the
country. Barr is a demon passer and
propels most of the Badger's heaves
in addition to being a broken field
runner of more than average ability.
[Uteritz is so' valuable to the team as
a field general that Yost frowns uponj
him carrying the ball, but when the
signal caller does start he usually
goes for a good advance. He is espe-
cially effective at running back punts
and has gained ground in every game
he has been in this year on this play.
Gi bson, Wisconsin left half, is a new
man worked into the backfield in place
of Elliott and has shown to good ad-
vantage in the preceding games onthe
schedule. No decision has been made;
as yet as to whether Keefer or Steger
will start at left half.
Work Begun on Private Office for Dean
Construction work has been started
on the west porch of Barbour gymnas-
ium for the purpose of converting it
into an office for the dean of women.
Arrangements have been made to
have two rooms, one of which will be
Dean Hamilton's private office while
the other will be used for the dean's i
stenographer. The building operations
will probably be completed soon aft-
er Christmas vacation.
"The Bright Shawl," by Joseph
Hergesheimer, reviewed in the Sun-
day Magazine Nov. 19.-Adv.

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PROF. NEWCOMBE, DEPARTMENT
HEAD, TENDERS RESIGNATION

Prof. Frederick C. Newcombe, pres-
ent head of the botany department,
notified the Board of Regents at its
last meeting, through Dean John R.
Effinger, of the literary college, of
his desire to retire from his position
on the faculty, his resignation to take
effect at the end of the present Uni-
versity year.
f The Regents adopted the following
resolution in regard to the notice:
"Resolved, That Frederick C.. New-
combe be recommended to the Car-
negie Foundation for the Advance-
mnent of Teaching for the normal re-
tiring allowance, beginning with July

will preach the sermon at the morn-
ing service at St. Andrew's church to-
morrow.
The Rev. B. F. P. Ivans, dean of
Nashotah House, Nashotah, Wis., will
b/the speaker at the regular Sundayl
evening supper at 6 o'clock in Harris
hall. The subject of his talk will beI
I"Impressions of Oberammergau."
TRADE MARK AEG. U. S. PAr. OF?.
rmfEORIGINALWIDE
GARTER
When you change from
the old narrow gartersto
r the comfortable wide ones, be
sure to startaright.
Get the original E. Z.. which im!-
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FINE
DINNERS
DAINTY
LUNCHES
BANQUETS
SPECIAL
SUNDAY
DINNER

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BISHOP McCORMICK TO SPEAK
AT LOCAL EPISCOPAL CHURCH
The Right Reverend John N. Mc-
Cormick, bishop of western Michigan, '
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Robert J. Jessup, Yale graduate of.
1876 and now 71, has entered the Un-
iversity of California to study langu-
ages while recuperating his health.
He has three daughters attending the
same university. He is a veteran
newspaperman.
Indoor Gym Classes Are Organized
Indoor gymnasium work for the
sophomore and freshman women was.
begun this week in Barbour gymnas-'
ium. Although the courses are re-
,;lred to be taken by only sophpmores
and freshmen, upperclass women may
elect various sports :if '- they wish.
Classes are being organized in ad-
vanced gymnastics, basketball, swim-
ming, and 'dancing. The- time for en-J
rollment iht. the ┬░aestheticedancing
classes is limited so all women iwho
wishto elect the work are urged to do
so atonce.
Huron St. Taxi 25c" ,445.--Ad'v.

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5 to $1, everywhere, in single-grip and tho
Z. 2-Grip, and theN. Z. Sport Garter. Made
ely by TheThlol. P. Taylor Co., Bridgeport, Con.
"Featured by all leading
Student Supply Stores"

ILLITS

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Majestic - Rudolph Valentino
in "The Young Rajah;" Mer-
maid comedy, "The Steeple
Chase,"
Orpheum-Bert L.ytell in. "'The
Face Between;" comedy and
news.
Wuerth - Jack London's "The
Son of the Wolf;" comedy and
news.

315/PSOUTH STATE

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LAST TIME TODAY
BERT LYTELL
IN
"THE FACE
BETWEEN"
NEWS COMEDY

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Stage-This Week
Garrick (Detroit)-Mrs. Leslie
Carter and John Drew in "The,
Circle."
Shubert- Michigan (Detroit) -
Bonstelle company in "When
Knighthood Was In Flower."

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LAST LAST
TIME TIME
TODAY U' TODAY

-JACK LOMDON x
SSON of the

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Got something for sale? A "Dail
classified ad will sell it for you.--A

Angora and Alpaca
REEFERS
In thelargest assortment of colors we have
aever had the pleasure to display foryour
approval -

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$1.50 to $6.00

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We are also showing the late Imported
French Kerchief Reefer in white ground with
small dots and figures.
TINKER & COMPANY
South State St. at William St.
THE HOME OF BETTER CLOTHES AND
FURNISHINGS AT FAIR PRICES

THERE'S A
"SWING" TO
TH ESE
OVERCOATS!
Young men like the swag-
ger grace of the ulster;
belted or plain. Fashion-
ed 6f fine all-wool mate-
rials in rich colors. Set
perfectly over the shoul-
ders, full skirted for easy
walking.
Overcoats you'll be proud
to wear-that we're proud
to sell.
$22.50 to $50
LindenschMidt
Apfel & Co.
ANN ARBOWS LEADING
CI4OTIIIERS
"Exelush P, but not Expensive"
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LAST
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TONIGHT
7:00 - 8:30
Romance!

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ANNOUNCING THE TWIN SUPEI
COMEDY FEATURES
BOOTH TARKINGTON'S
ROARING STAGE COMEDY HIT -
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COMING SUNDAY

HIKING BOOTS
of Quality

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A noccasin pac by Bass,
as near waterproof as a
shoe can be made.

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COMING TOMORROW

"T H E SIN FLOOD"

Helen Chadwick

James Kirkwood

Ralph Lewis

We have them 12, 14 and 16-inch heights,
moderately priced,

Richard Dix

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Wahr's Shoe

Store

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Hosiery

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Drama! Thrills!
WITH THE

Mystery!
INCE PUNCH IN

Adolph Zukor presents a
WILLIAM de MIL.LE
Producti on
OR cast, story and wholesome laughs - the greatest American
comedy ever screened. No wonder Della cried, "Ain't Clarence
grand!"

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you, thrils that
get a grasp;
Mystery, Ro-
manie, remark-
able portrayals-
a plot amazing
il coceptio"!

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HEAP BIG FUN

Buster hits the blanket with a
tribe of Sioux Indians, who got
their name through a law suit
brought about by a fat man who
hurt a rib laughing.

Buster Keato
in
"THE PALEFAC
He makes big Indian chief pre
of an oil well, and Indian m;
oil can out of Buster.
NEXT WEEK
IS GALA WEEK AT
THE ARC.

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NYar ket ag
Sugar Bowl SpeciaI
HERE IS WHAT WE OFFER
TODAY!
A big $1.25 box of Swiss Milk Chocolates
-at -
THEY MELT IN YOUR MOUTH
OUR TWO-POUND SPECIAL M-BOXES
FOR $1.75
LOOK AT OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
PREKETES E
109 S. MAIN
WHOLESALERS TO FRATERNITIES

FEATU RING

MILTON SILLS
AND OTHERS
ALSO MACK SENNETT COMEDY - "BOW - WOW"
GALA WEEK STARTS SUNDAY AT THE ARC.

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