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I i'E l MIC..HIGAN DAILY

TAURSDAY, OCTOBEI~R 4, 19i'

TO L. J LAD FREH E
~~t1v4 II1feXiiangcd al Seconds
';, d'.A. le -eplti4Ji1to be
"oeld 'loiiilit
RII{ AI WELLS TO BE

er, Grad.,; Stewart R. Boyer, '24L;, ling hovered on the brink of (l*eat
Ray A. Billington, '25; John G. Gar- at the hands of the ;girl fro-nitie
linghouse, '25; Harry C. Clarke, '24; West, who excelled in the shorter
John S. DeTar, '25M; Kenneth B. Bab-} shots.
cock, '26M; and Frank M. Vreeland, Miss Edith Leitch, the Cnglish play-
Grad. er defeated Mrs. 1-1. Blumenthial, o '
INew York, seven and five: Ni% .e. 13.
jVanderheck, of Philade 1lhia, won front
ALI SIRU G INNR 3Mrs. Jack Renwick, ofr dod N.
Y. 3 an(d 2. Miss Elvin Jone", , Chica-
r nrP A~lIP Ifgo, won from Mrs. K.. 11. Barlow,
Liii I!Pennsylvania, 1 up; M~rs. E. If. Coss,
- ' LI u PjiyijuOnS ir Baltusrol N. J.,,defeated IVMrs. Georg-
_-- iannan Bishop, of Br'idgeport, 6an
Rye, N. Y., Oct. 3.-The victory o 5. Mrs. Dorthy Campbell, Itiur(i, Pi.,
Iwon from Mrs. Normal IC. 'I'oler e, N
Miss Alexa Stirling, over Miriam 8 and 7
Burns, of Kansas City, the Western I ,
Champion. at the 18th hole; Miss' ITeed ,1Fi fty 14omen
Glenna Colleus, five metal score in de- I1Y G
feating Dorothy Higbie, of 'Chicago For Social IWork
and Miss Edith Cummins' seven and sxdcso vrMs uryFut
of St. Louis, were the high spots to- Fifty women are needed thi- year
day in the second round play for the to give regular aid in social Work at
women's national golf championship.C the hospitals, and in addlition, le
Despite her fine playing Miss Stir- will be an opportunity for th s- .:>i10

can give occasional hours to do temn- Alpha,]V To 7o dr meti n; th<!atwll
porary work. Women who have had a ; - Ah r'tl 1 >meet ing thef mlomll-
year of college w ork are eligible, and ] l e e ti l ,14al h u h e p r e c is d s ab ,itino r q i e .A p a N u D in o cie y w ll ho e i ter ste iIth wo kiaelore ule me ti g a 7: 0the annual rj 1
requested t attendI a mneeting at 5' night in the alpha Nu rooms on 01 ~ lOl(( liNV.8 h
o'clock this afternoon in room BNew- Ifourth floor of Uiest l. " of'' l~ih Ke, thE cole
berry hall. IMiss Dorothy Ketchum,I solved, That a two-thirds voeo ziI e e~ipfo eaigSc-
head of the social service department Jury shall constitute a verdict. Y.1_r, - tear11)01' of univetr:ities.
at the University hospital, will speak. final cases,", will be the subject .or ____ ____

READY!.
WHAT?
Te hoFunlain

Watchi for Opening

Tlb Sludenit Chriian ,Association
«ill 11o(1it second Freshmen recep-
t ion at 7r 'clock. tonight in the audi-
t orium o :f Lanel hail. All first year
men who tened the first meeting
ep.22 and lf L other first year men
Nvho. are interestedl are invited to at-
C"arleton Wells, Grad., Michigan
Stae olf champion, has been secur-
ed by the S. C. A. and preceeding the
teneir.al meeting will deliver a short
t-d1 as will Captain Harry Kipke, '24.
of the 192a football team.
The problems 'of campus life that
co front the first year men who en-
icrste university will be thorough-
ly dis:ctissed, when the freshmen will
he div,dedt into groups under the
leade~rrsh ip of fourteen upperclassmen,
'liosewhoare to take care of groups
DonaOld . (Chubb, '24; Louis M. lDex-
ter, '214; J. K. Dunan, '24;, Robert D.
HoEr, Gnat, ; Carltoni Wells, Grad~;
Egiwrt It. Isbell, '26L; Lionel Crock-
Pro ves TteT
Enls Barony
Long Unclaimed

I-egu lar work consists of one or more debate.
hours a week, and consists of teaching This debate is monopol'rd b
elementary subjects to children, play- members of the law class, all ofth
ing gms readting, and writing let- ' debaters being in the Lawte'ro~
ller. for those who are unable to do The affirmative is made up of IP~
so oemeves.Brumbach, '25L, IE. V. Lamnber r,5-on,
_________________ 25L, and H. A. Paul, '25L~. Thiey WI l
be opposedI by W. L. McEachern, '4
' Lailx- Want Ads always bring good TIM. S. Rhodes, '25L, and F. 11. AilJ', I
resells.* '25L.

< >!hv cisih for real results.

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Comlete with paper parch-
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'These attractive bridge lamps
of wrought iron 'with al ad-
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The TILL ttng
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l>r pol(a pi:hiritys so great th at we urge you to select yours
* inti, I.'l. Th''e praie is very low-$4.95,
-- TI-lItD FLOOR-

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The'it on. John Cecil, formerly first
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duties as secretary of the British em-
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w as made this store known for great
s: phonograph values
The Brun.swick "Tudor" has made for us more friends than any other
phonograph. Its extreme popularity is due to its beautiful design and
artistic cabinet work, linked with the characteristic Brunswick beauty
of tone. The cabinct is of an. attractive two-toned finish and has all
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