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October 14, 1923 - Image 5

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 -

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FINAL DEBATE TRYOUT
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NEWBERRY TO GIVE
TEA TO FRESHMEN

run[II U MIU LU Helen Newberry residence will give
"its annual freshman tea-dance from
DIRECTORS SELECT TEN WOMEN 4 to 6 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
1ITORCOMPELECSTUTEN All women of the class of '27 are in-
TO COMPETE SATUR. vited, including the freshman nurses,
and more than 400 invitations have
been sent. In past years the affair has
After two hours of close competition served as a means of helping the new
in the eighteen try-out speeches yes- girls on the campus to get acquaint-
terday morning, the directors of the ed. The Newberry orchestra will play
for dancing and Helen Delbridge, '24,
Ohio-Michlgan women's debate sel- and Frieda Diekhoff, '24, will pour.
ected the ten women who will enter
the finial try-out at 8 o'clock Satur-
day morning, Oct. 20. At this time Will. iOrf SECuON
six women will be chosen for the de-
The last try-out will consist of

live minute constructive speech and
a five minute rebuttal speech from
each of the ten women. These
speeches will be given before the
members of the. department of public
speaking and also before the student
try-outs. The women who will take
part in the final try-out and compete
for the squad follow: Mabel August,
'24, Virginia Cronin, '25, Joanna De-
witt, '24, Florence Fuller, '25, Vera
Kaden, '24, Clara Lau, '25, Margaret
Lord, '26, Mary McCully, '24, Cather-
ine Etafford, '24, and Elizabeth Van
Valkenburg, '26.
Frosix Lits to Vote Tuesday
Balloting on the nominees for' of-
fices in the freshman literary class will
be held all day Tuesday at an elec-
tion booth placed in front of the Li-
brary. The nominations. for this elec-
tion were made at the class meeting
Thursday. i*I _ i

AT THE THEATERS
Seroen-Today

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Survivors of the first round of the
tennis tournament are getting in trim
for the second bout which must be
played off by Tuesday. If the win-
ners' scoreseare nottposted onethe
board by evening of that day one or.
the other will be forced to default.
Those who are still in the running
for the big title are as follows:
Eleanor Steele, Annabelle Burdick,
Isabel Waterworth, Elizabeth Lauver,
Margaret Purdy, Mary Allshouse,
Alice Mellinger, Margaret Bailey, Nor-
ma Barlong, Margaret McNally, Mar-
guerite Ainsworth, Helen Best, Lu-
cille Bellomy, Charlotte Eckert, Katli-
erine Kocher, Blanche Hull, Martha
Gill, Nancy Harsh, Olga Verdelin and
Sarah Baicker.
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The Landladies' league will meet with
Dean Jean Hamilton at 7:30 o'clock
tomorrow evening in the parlors of
Barbour gymnasium.
Senior society will meet at 7:301
o'clock tomorrow evening at Betsy
Barbour house.1
T-Square will meet at 5 o'clock on
Tuesday in the Engineering building
to discuss the work on the Junior:
Girls' play posters.
Mummers society will meet at 4
o'clock on Tuesday in the corrective
room in Barbour gymnasium. The
casts for the plays and the plans
for them will be discussed. Dues will
be payable at the meeting. Anyone
who is unable to attend is asked to
telephone Katherine Clarke, 398.
Read the Want Ads

niinn DndM Tlnr I The second meeting of the board this
HOUNOR PO Ul dINE yCar will be held at 5 o'clock Thurs-
MROday afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
M YY NIG_ Westerners to Meet Wednesday
Westerners' club will hold its first
Suggested revisions in the honor annual meeting at 7:30 o'clock Wed-
point system now in effect were dis- nesday in Lane hall. Due to the fact
cussed at the board meeting of the thatsomfs year, a new electi of of
'Women's Athletic association last ficers will be necessary. All men liv-
Thursday and will in all probability be ing in the West are eligible to mem-
decided upon definitely at the next bership, and are invited to attend this
meeting. Membership may still be ob- meeting.
,tained with 100 honor points earned - - -
under the former system, but will not Patronize The Daily advertisers.
be granted to those failing to pay their
dues before the expiration of 30 days. Daily classified for real results.
The Hunting Season is
Now Open,
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF
AMMUNITION
That will make hunting a double pleasure
Now is the time to gex an
ELECTRIC, HEATER
that will take the chill from the room. Priced from
$5.00 up
Perfection Oil Heaters
Electric Lamps and Bulbs
Tools for Engineering Students
GET OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY

New Topcoats
Are Three
msseen at the Polo Grounds
The World's Series in progress at the Polo Grounds
has attracted smart women from the entire east. The
Breath of the Avenue reporters in New York inform
us that the three following sports coat styles are dis-
tinctly in the lead:
1. The striped, plaid or plain large-
sleeved topcoat.
2. The straight, tabular coat of
striped material with fox collar.

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3. The conservalive, mannish type,
English topcoat.

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Arcade - Constance Talmadge ,
In "Dulcy."
Majestic-- "The Cheat," with
Pola Negri. I
Wuerth - Douglas MacLean in 1
"Going Up."r
Orpheum - Mary Pickford in
"Tess of the Storm Country." '
Stage-This Week1
Garrick (Detroit)- "Romeo andI
Juliet."

The Same Three at Goodyears
This report might easily have been of the new sports
coats in the lead at Goodyear's, so exactly do the
garments here conform to those models most favored
in the east. These are $25 to $89.50.
SECOND FLOOR
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right teaches flying-his thirtieth pupil
crashed the day before so he now has
time to teach another. And notice how
thoroughly Douglas is not enjoying his
lesson. He's really a most adventure-
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"Going Up", a picture with both these rib-ticklers-high pressure thrills and rapid-fire fun.

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RUSHING MILES OF
LAUGHS AND ROARS

A WHOLE SKYFUL
OF THRILLS

A DOWNPOUR
OF ROMANCE

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IN ADDITION
THE SPIRITUALISTIC SENSATION
"IS CONAN DOYLE RIGHT?
Do you believe in Spirits I Is Slate-writing a fakel Don't fail
to see this Unusual Novelty.
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