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SATURDAY, OCT1OPE 1 20, 11+23

'THI-E MIC'HIGAN DAILY

] CE TEMCOPPONENTS IN

Faculty Women x-
HrnJSE hi t .Art W o rk
CONTEST IExhibition of the work of the ar
section of the Faculty Women's (iul
WET ALPHAl was held Friday afternoojn at a L
JIISI)Y ;given in the clubhiouse? 226 S. ega L]

r ~enter the final try-out and the squad; ducted during the last three weeks. her 7.
will e chsen.The women picked for the sudwl
~F1AL~3~~T TYO TSA five minute const~uctive speech begin training at once in preparation It's true efficiency to use
i~ ~KF P ~and a five mninute. rebuttal w ill be giv- for* the ghio-Michigan debate Decem- Classifieds.-t-Ad

rt I MILI I L l U L _l U U I en by each woman and the six b~est$

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BETA PHI TOQ M
GiAMMA IDEL'fA Till
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will be selectedl by faculty members
il1 try-outs for the Ohio-Michigan1 of the department Of lpublic speaking.
f ebating team 'will be held at 8 o'clock This try-out is the last of, a, series of
I is miorning; when 10 women will elimination tests which have been con-

liteahstssb Mrs. C. ..Tyon,
Opponents for the hockey games "I .W .Hmhes n r.G
jthe interhouse tournament have been1 Z rnall. Mrs. Marionr L. B~urton andi
,,drawn and are posted on the bulletin Mrs. Reuben Peterson p~oured.
iboard in Barbour gymnasium. Pi!
:Beta Phi meets Alpha Gammna Delta !VJIJSIC AND
at * 30 o'clock Thursday afternoon, _
Oct. 25, and Kappa Alpha "theta plays IVus2 CIAvo
_Alpha ;Omicron. Pi on the same date.-
At 4:30 o'clock Friday, Oct. 26, the1 John Philip Sousa and his and o;'
winners of the second two games will 100 players will open the fif?:ih annualj
b)e determined when Alpha Epsilon Extra Concert, series on Monday eve-{
-Phi attempts to defeat Zeta Tau Al- nn in Hill auditorium. This organ-
tpaZea Delta Gamma challenges Del- nn
Zeta. ~ ~ ~ Ioization anditpefracs ak
ta I thehigh peak i o cieveent n ,nii]~i
At 10 o'clock Saturday morning, Oct. of that line.+
S-27, the dormitories are. scheduled - All his life Sousa has been idlenlilied
Splay as follows: Martha Cook. vs.1 with the leading musical orgali ia-
~Betsy Barbour, and Helen Newberry bions of the Gountry. For 12 years hie'
vs. Adelia Cheever.! conducted the United States N arinel
The houses which drew "bys" are band, serving under Presidents h ayes,
.arraigned against each other as fol- Garfield, Arthur, Cleveland, and l ar-
loW hi Oftyincrn nd T~nnn !i ts,

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After the game come to Van's
a:nd. talk over the events 'oif
the day to teacmai
m:rAtcotfareal college supper-.
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11116 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
Meet and Eat at Van's

'Kappa Kappa Gamma and 'theta Phi
'Alpha. They will play at a date to
libe announced later.}

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ATA7lTD1L1N'CLUJB
TAKES IN N~EW MEMBERS

-Girls who were successful in the
second tryouts of the Girls' Mandolin
' club yesterday are as follows: Dor-
*othy Anderson, '25; Blanche Vincent,
'"25; Helene Selimansky, '24; and Cam-
~ille Masine.
One Diptlieria Gase Reportod
7One case of diptheria wais reported
at the Health -service yesterday. No
students took advantage of the Schick
'test for, diptheria, given Thursday.
Nevertheless, Dr. F. P. Allen said,
that he would be prepared to give the
'test again next Thursday at the same
time-from 0 o'clock to 4.

rison. Since 1892 he ha-3 orxilucted a.
band of his own, t with which hle 1has
made numnerous tours, both in this
country and abroad. During the Wair
he was in charge of the r eat I akex,
naval training station b~and.
Besides his regular programr of in-
teresting numbers, Sousa« will oi'fer
several of his own compositions.
C"LUB, HOLDS)5INlITIATION
Installation and1 initiation of Kal>pa:
Phi, national Methodist student club.
took place Thursday 'afternoon, at1
fWesley hiall. A formal dinner at Bar-
ton Hills Country club followed the"
ceremnony. Dqlan Jean Hamilton was
guest of honor and addressed thej
new chapter.
Whlipple A ddres4 s Y( .cliers I
Professor Guy Whipple of the
School of Education went to Dixon,
ill., yesterday to speak before. the
Northwestern Illinois Teachers' asso-I
ciation. He spoke on the training of
pupils to study effectively and the
pr-oblems of moral training in h!ighr
schools.
Fi-ilanin to Tryout for ale, Club
Tryouts for the Froshmnan GCirlD'
glee club will be held at 4:30 o'clotk1
Monday, and Wednesday afternoon),
Oct. 22 and 24, at the School of Music.
Elizabeth Palnma will lead the glee
club for the comning year.

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AT THlE THEATERS~t
Screen---Today
Arcade-"Quicksands.",
Matstic -'Corinne Griffith~ in
"Received Payment."
Wuerth - Douglas MacLean in
"Going Up."
Orpheum - "Heer Dangerous
Path," with Ed:.na Murphy.
Carrick (Metroit)--- " I-oMeo and
Juliet."

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s. ~TO OUR OUT-OFJOWN VISITORS-
I'e -will imaintain a'n Informal~tionI Bure14u in lobby (4 ththe 114ater, fr'omi! . in. to fi 1).
R~est roomis and claIirs fo r 1 c' omfort and conien 4'1c.. 1lcie use of tlhmf.
TILE CAMP'US . * , 9THfE CAMPUS
THEATER ". rV VTHll'ATER
FIRST .#E J(1~) IN
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LAST WO TIMES TONIGHT
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