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n ~ ~ ~ H MICHIGAN DAILY IIIYIW M~rYIY~ Yp YYI I Yr

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DEAN SPEAKS BEFORE
ASSOCITION W'OMEN c
s t - A r \ 1, S 7 U S S I O N

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Members of the senior play com-
mittee will meet at 12 o'clock tomnorrow
to ihave their picture taken for the
Michiganensian.

Speaking of things which are gena lJ Members of the Women's league are
oral to the college situialicon e very+ asked to be planning their costa nes
where, Dean Jean Hamnilton add ressee I for the fancy. dress party to be held
the memnbers of the Anni Arbor li-an cb.'Saturday evening, JTan. 20, in B3arboni
ciof the American Association of Ul ni-gymnasium.. Fines will be imposed
versity 'Womein at a discussion yester- upon those member" not'appearing in
day af ternoon. Msiss Hamilton spoke oj costume.
the grealt cha nges wl~hich have taken
place during the past ifteci or twen-a Freshmen who have earned- 100 hon-
ty years which ie to the gradluate or points may join the senior organizd-
~thim ipres i on that the collegre o;' tQ~ri i of the 'Women's Athletic a;:socitt-
d~yis ealy dffeent frm te cl.tion by paying the 75 cent dues0 at 8
loge 6Of his timle. i'elock Tue'sda evenin;;, Jan. 16, it)
yThere iss a lak contact, between + Baw-bour k ymnasium. The dn'e3, of'
-the immature ind +land the mature j thiose Nwho() lvf'acly elolng tcOw th jior
mind," spoke Miss Ilanit on'. "Th organiZ-ato are 59 cents.
is a larger andl larger proportion ofl
students coning here ready to take I ;
whatd. is offerod without a knowledge All money raisedj for the league U~lIs
of how to makle ithe things storedl here Isemester anti reports of the ,am(, must
va.liial~le to themsselves. , be handed hk to :Neva Lovewell before
Deain amiilton also discussed tht Jan. 11 .
fatthat because of the large numn- ll houses that wish to enter the
Jwers which are coming. to the colleges, itros aktaltunmn r
the simplicity has tended to die downinter osignakeonllteounlethard
aln( in its place has resulted a corn- r es
hleity of organizations. It was her orgmaimtmro
opinion that the _-only solution wh icht
co uldl be _made jto ~his genexaI prol- 'G , 1 ATE BOARD AlJTIIO~IE4
lem would have to comle from the stu- PUBLI CATIO O N RO MAN L~AW
dents, the faculty and the graduates,
Iecaxuse no solution which would Authorization of the publication of3
prove satisf'actory could -come from, dart two of volume 14, Aspects of Ro-j
one faction working alone. man Law andAdil'fnWe-nn ti+1.,

MASQUES PICKS ACTIVE 'nl Survivor
Of Idin.ai
AND ASSOCIAEMEMBERS:
V After holding tryouts for three (lays -
s;last wveek, Masques, women's dramrat-
ic organization, announces the active
and associate members taken into the
club. The following have been plalced ~~s~~+
yion the active list: Louise Barley, '25,
Margarot Beal, '25, P~hyllis lDelf, ;'2-1,
SCharlotta Ewing, '24, Mlargaret Anu r
K eegan, '24, June Knisley, '25, Rutht
'McCann, '25, diva Mioore, '24, Marian
.Mluflz, '24,tj)el Nichols?2, Nellie'
1 it ten house, '25 , lDorothy 1hor.k well e
': Ra Schrlaiick, '25, Virinitia T'I'a-
ner 'Z>4, .Consance Wood,. '2< ,
SNew a5.socia1te members aro as fiol-
Slows: Kathryn Clark, '26, Rosalind
.Freund, '2'4; Ann E:. Gale, '26; Margaret
GedCt ('S, '26, -Marguerite Goodman, 26,
C.1ari ott e harrison, '25, Ma1cga ret
Jlones, '24, Margaret, Lord, '26, 11elen
M~etzger, '26, Cornelia Shepherd, '25,
Elizabeth Strauss, '26; Margare; ; ' ., . >i
Strauss,t, Genevieve Sturgis, '261 ..<**..~.,
Ruth. Vernilyea, '26, MYary Wiley, '24,;4 -
Lucirlla Wtalker, '2.-t. C
Pr ofessor J. Raleigh Nelson, di-
rector of the club expressed the re- - j
gret that more of those who tried taut
could not be taken in to the club at..,
this time. aAsrlSiSl
The luctuure, for, the Mlichiganensian 1This ninety-four; year old womz~an is
will be taken -at 1.2:30 o'clck F lriday i the only living su;rvivor o f 'thre early
at Spedding's -studio. It will include ihlllnois settlers:.Who escaped death inI
both active and associale. members. Black Hawk's raid, in :183.MNrs. Jack-
't'ere will be a meeting of all new son's family was warned of the coining;
trembers as well as the board. of di- raid by the Pollowatoies ' chief,
rectors: of the club at 4 o'clock Thurs- Shab~bona, the Indian Pahl Revere.
day in the parlors 'of Barbou rgym-
? a yiu:=.I News Tuxedo Suits for Rtental. Wild
____-andl Co. State Street.-Adv.
New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild
anid Co. State Street.-Adv. Tlry a Classified Ad-it as- AV

European Stdentis li A ll 1Cb WII1ier o DOI NUOIT Movilietpictures
To 5e Entertained' problems~ that the local bran1ch1 of ti
ro .W. 11. Hoibs, ci the geology Detroit Edison Co. 1t is had to sole
p i n i ad x1eugee cyillain, of will be Shown before the weel.
in donor alo the three. European .the mnc agugsde.ten ucheon of thle C'hambe-1r oi'Col
t~~aiud~ni., who are visiting ia Ann Ar- 1-ill be the ([inief speakers at an ex-i nierce inln Tuesday. A ntuber-
ho,Diea Jea2n lHamilhton will enter'-' ervice men's smoker to Ibe 1held1at the, department headrs will :.peak at
Ian a small grouip 0f men and wom11n 7: c,0 o'clc We'{dnesr1a.. tnightin La e-tho(se P)resent will b' illta oducwo
i nt:3 at t, a from 4Y to v o'clock l 71.. burton I. I tie, '25l, ill give the Bmen I'ncharge of theW puNh
Atcnday afternoon at heer home at 1122 soe selections onl the ma!rimnbaphone. Iightingr system. The attendlapce la
th i tta iethe ,guests will rile >ar1y1 1 pento ll -servx , C' w~170,ta1re ord1o1 ar
1iavo an opportunity to question thelflfl " ksa nfi cats'' il l be free. -- --- -
foreign visitors personally. Alii: s This sIw ie fi st jintnmeetingl: of all, The M1icigan calendar-limited to
I iam illon met the three students at..; exser vice lui ito beho lvd on the c an -i tion, '75c. Take cone 1hom1e with yo
Leca givell during; the Christmas holi- PC1[,.JI"Wahr'm U~niv ,-9I tv Bookstore--Adv.t
dlays by the Survey in New York.
'A." rtlia Cook buiilding will entertain
the0 visilors at dinner at 1;,:15 oa'clock
T uesday'. .QC M
. gaFeit A I oiled"

at the lborne or° Miss Mildrled Caapbell,
'23, at 11'15 l attip P'lace. of her" en-
gage-wiCut to AlIlen! Ross Fex, , of
! cat Huron.' Miss Campbell is a.mnie-
bor of Phi Kappa sorority. <a ridMr.
Fox is a, mnombci' of Pi Kappa Alpha
Lose sornetbing? i('a'te i
he aily wril fine-itC.-_-Adv
g'~,uysa brand
Q. "IJnew Corona I
portable type-
writer. Other mnalesl
: at attractive prices..
See us bef orbyou buy.°
GA). R.'L
17Ii dtIH S AR( AIW
Th :''i ivpcrlter & Stationery Store

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GUY WOOIIFOLK & ,CQ.
'36South State Stret
Anun Arlbor, Michigan
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'T12:.E E~AGF,)ENTS ARE
AN N OFUtEI AT THETA HIOUSE

Recent among engagement :in-;
nounicem ents have been three made at]
the Kappa Alpha Theta house.
In the past week Finette Martin,I
'22, announced her= engagement to E.
Carlton Mathis of T(Mllo. Mathis is
a student at Case University and a
memb111er of Beta °Thetau Pi fraternity.
Norit Balz, '23, has announced her

University of Michigan 'Studies, Tin-
m innistics series, entitled "Grand
Chamberlain of Late Roman and By-
zan tinie Empires" was granted by the'
i Fxeutive board of' the Graduate
school at IW~ last'imeeting. Prof. James
E., Dunlop of Indiana university,N who
receivted. his Ph.D. degree fronm the i
IUniversity In 1919h, Is the author of
the, work(.
Part one of the work, entitled "The
1 Taster of the () c~es",. was written
by Prof. A.' E. Roak, of the history

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engagement to Dwight Dunlop of In- I department.

;cliantapotlis:
The engagement o1' Helen McIntosh,
'22, to Merchant Bliss Bowman of To-
Jedo has also been announced. Bow-
man is a member of Delta Upsilon fra-
ternity. 1

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WIIPP E TO LECTURE BIEFORE I
CONFERENCE OF E4WCATORSjI
Prof. Guy M. Whipple, of the school
cot 'Education, will ,Jecture January
19 or before at an educational confer-,
cuce at the Superior State Normal
5cliool .at Superior, Wisconsin. f
Profe: or Whippo will address the j
Students and faculty of the Normal
cliati, :as w ell as the visiting-.educa- 1'
tors who wil he- present for the con-
ferenlce..I
slauiIlIts _AnlounltcEnigag'ement
Anno, ueent has been made at the
Alpha Xi Delta house of the engage-
mont of Dorothy M. Yates, '23, to Sid- y l
] ney ,B._ Coates; '22. Coates, who was jif
,music editor of The Michigan Daily}l
last year and a member of Sigma Del-
ta, 'Chi andl Phi Beta Kappa honoraryI
f~dternitics, is now on the staff of the I
,,rand Rapids Press. I
Pr'uderson Begins New Lecture Series I
Prof. W. D. Henderson, director of I
. he University Extension Bureau, will
itve the first of a -eries or talks on'
<'he Bible and Hunan Nature" in the
Presbyterian church at 12 o'clock- to-
(I a y. Professo~r I-Iexuerson has just:

Arcade- IKatherine
in ."'Ihe Woman
comedy and sport

MacDoti
Conquet°
review.-

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Majestic -"Trifling Women;"
Buddie Fisher and his colle -
iann:stage orchestra;, co a(ly.
Orphoum--David Butler in "Thy
Milky Wayr;" comedy and
n ews.

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Wuerthl-. Monte Cristo," a,
liama Fox productioni;
Gang comedy, "The Young:
locks,"

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Stage--T Is Week

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THE FA"MOUS AMERICAN BEAUTY,
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='o4 tlik' o b d 'ta ~nn ~r, '
I ' ~L'Y, i'[l;) t' rin the 1-^ Ti1it Co the Inorth- I
i 11O1 'O~ V ' e A e o~ b4to bar' tli.
liI1 fitWe hO Est t i I t 0 elted i)ea t -wliere(
.i~t j' e st ft I cie)I

Garrick (Detit)- "To 1,,)i
with Grace- George, Noi'i
Trevor' and 1ic.4ert ar :
Shub11er't-Mich1,igan 1(De t "+it)
l3onstelle company in l
Mountain Man."

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11u4; c hurch.
New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild,'
id Co. State Str'eet.-Adv.c

If you have something lost, found,
for sale, for,-rent, .nispla ed or stolen,
make sure that it is so With a DAILY
classified. Call 960.-Adv.

Special Chicken Dinner
TODraT2P.M.

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Chicken K'oodle Soup

Roast Chicken
witli Cranbeorry Saue
Roast Veal
with Dressing
Baked Virginia Ham
Baked Squash

Mashed Potatoes
and Gravy
Glaced 'Sweet Potatoes
French Peas
Boston Brown Bread

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B~anana Split
Fruit Salads

Choice of three deserts, including Fresh A pple Pie. a la
mode. And various other appetizing side 'dishes.

She Conquer-O
Where 6tnly tire Fll 1e4
Hoped to Suri'v~e!
She hurled her defiance
in the face of Lazar-
a killer. A love, she
scorned with a woman's
contempt for a weak-.
ling,'- took her fight.'
And love wa~s the finer
for its bruises.

Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, 'Milk

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