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THPIURSDAY, OCTOB3FTR 18, 192&i

TI HE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y

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MUMMERS TO GIVE PLAY MadlnCu
Elects Membenr
AT IIILIJWEIN PADIY Try outs for the Gil'Mandli
ROSALIND FREUIND, '24, TO DIRt- are as follows: Helen Paulson, '26,
ECT FIRST OF THE Arline Ewing, '26, Frances Iorine, '25,
SERIES JFrances Ide, 24, Ruth B~owen, '25, Dor-
______othy Anderson, '25, Catherine Stanton,
""'h Teth f: he iftHorse," a I'24, and Lucille Maxwell, '26. The ref;-
"TheTeet ofthe iftular meeting of the club will be held
short play by Margaret Cameron, will at 5 o'clock this afternoon, in New-
be presented by the members of Mum- berry hail. All new members are to
miers society at the junior advisors' bigterisrmns
Halloweinnbringytheirayinstrum2ntsi
-aahCowell AtylFriayc. 26 Girls who did not try out last week
saan Feu ngel'l4,halldrc tetwill have an opportunity to (10 o at. 4
- Rsalnd reud, 24,wil diecttheo'clock this afternoon in Newberry
pr~oduction of the play. The commit- hall bfr h etn ftecrl
Stee for costumes and properties con- takeforlaetemeig.ftecu
silts of Dorothy Rockwell, '24; Virginia ~ spae
M~cLaren, ''24, and Lila Zang.
The action of the play centers
arun apar f ass hih un H CKEYTE S1 OH
Marlette has given to her niece for a h & SO D~
wedding gift. The ungrateful niece P.JI liil
gives' the vas~es to a charity rummage FORIUOPPONENITS IT001l
sale, and comnplicatioas arise when the _-
autnt comes to visit the young couple. iHce aaesfrteitros
~'Margaret fJones, '24, and Maude Cor-
ey, '25, are the bride and groopz in theI tournament will meet at 4:15 o'clock
case. MVarian Munz, '24, will take the this afternoon to craw for opponents.
part of, Hattie, the English maid; This will be clone at Palmer field un-
Katherine Clarke,'26, Aunt Mariette; less it rains, in which case it will take
Charlotte Eckert, '25, Anne Fisher, a "
fien ofthebrie ad goom ',andplace in Barbour gymnasium. It is to
Phyllis Delf, '24, Deblin Blake. I the advantage of each house to have
All members of Mumnmers are asked1 a representative on hand to draw, clue
;to" tryout for the next two plays from' to the system to he used.
'1 to 4 o'clock this afternoon in Sarah The cup for the winning team is
Caswell Angell hal. here and will be on exhibition in the
yriindow of Graham's bookstore- on
IlUILb[*N Q VUM . TO BE'NEFIT Monday. It is engraved with "Hlock-
BY PRCEN'iTAGE F SALES ey Tournament, 1923" and a space for
BY ~O~ ~ the name of the championship team, to
' !be added later.
Purchbases made by University wo,- The first game will be played off
men at the following. stores will aid' Thursday, Oct.- 25. Announcement of
in increasing the Michigan League the schedule will be on the bulletin
funid, in view of the proposition offer- 1 board in Barbour gymnasium tomor-
ed by them of giving a certain per- -row.
centage of such sales to the league._
The stores are as follows: Mrs. Bro-!: Upperclasswomen interested in the
gle's department of the Palais Royalf archery tournament may sign up in
whic4 is the Exquisite corset shop, 0. 1 Barbour gymnasium any day this
D.,MAorril l's bookstore, and the Fland- !week. Practices will be held next
'is BluMaize and Goodhue floralI week at °4 o'clock on Monday and
sshops. mhursv ateroo an at:l 9 ne

~oin 7
lcWonmen who are making member ship
calls for the Y. W. C. A. are askied, to
come to Newberry hall today to
secure lists.
dThere will be an important meeting
of all committees for the Panhellenici
ball at 4 :30 o'clock this afternoon at
B~arbour gymnasium.
I!Miss Badler, assistant superintend-
ent of the public schools, will lead the
discussion in the club. leadership
training course to be held at 7 o'clock
this evening in Barbour gymnasium.
Women who have not as yet signed for,
the c~ourse, but who are interested in
joininig, are ask~ed to attend the meet-
ing. I
There will be an imiortant meeting'
of the Girls' Mandolin club at 5
'o'Clock this afternoon at Newberry
hall. All old and new, membiers must
be present. _
Members of, the cabinets of the S.f
C. A. and Y. W.C. A. will holdl a joint

meeting at 4 o'clock tomorrow after- tournament must be played off by to-
noon, at Newberry hall, lnttead of morrow night. So far the only score
Saturday morning, turned in for the second sets is that;
_____of Isabel Waterworth, '24. If the.
The industrial committee of the y,, scor'es are not posted by the allotted
tW. C. A. will hold a meeting at 4! time, one or the other of the oppon-
o'clock this aitei 1n0011 in Newberry ents will be forced to default.
hall.

Tryouts for Mummers' next two
plays will be held from 1 until 4
o'clock this afternoon in Sarah Cas-
well Angel Ihall. This tryout, is for
members only.;
TpennIis tournament participants are
warned that the third round of the

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The Business Women's club helda
supper meeting at the Congregational _________________
church parlors; Tuesday .evening. Mrs. I
Camilla Green,'former president of the J B ''N
association, presided. Miss Nina L.I
Winslow, curator of mollusks at the lA n 3
rdusem, gave .a talk on, her trip WIL1L1
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through Italy, France, and Switzer- A
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