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TNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1923
T3 N. TO 0PENM B
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S H I P D R IE _T H IS Llb";F EK
uNIVERSITY ASSOCIA TION EX-.
TENDS INVITATION ,TO
ENTERNG WOMEN
Membership week is to, be observed
by the University Y. W. C. A. this
week, and every woman on the cam-
pus who has not already joined, is in-
vited to come to the office al Now-

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Woman Attorney I TO SUIT
Fights Soos M TS

EC DOEFINAL1TEAMSme
FOR WOMEN'S DEBTEs
The freshman spread committee will
As a result of the final debate try- meet at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
outs which were held yesterday morn- in Barbour gymnasium. It is import-
ant that every member be present.
inz the followine women have beenanvrymm r prsn,

KANSAS AND NEBRASKA nual Corn Huskers alumni reunion.
FIGHITO SCORELESS TIE The Corn Huskers had little difIi-
culty in gaining through the Kansas
Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 20-'(By A.P.)- line but the Jayhawker's forwards
SK'ansas and Nebraska universities tightened when their goal was tsreat-
traditional football rivals, battled to ened. Nebraska made 15 first downs
a scoreless tie in the new Nebraska and two were negotiated by the Jay-
Memorial stadium today, following the hawkers.
stadium's dedicatory exercises, whicl-
were held in connection with the an- Daily classified for real results.
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Manmucripts for the Junior Girls"
play are due Oct. 25 and should be
sent to Jeane Briggs, '25, at 1414
Washtenaw avenue. For information
concerning the writing of the plays,
Miss Briggs may be called at. 2570.
Prompt submitting of plays is re-
quested by the committee in charge so

glr, Ladg VWllr lul l U1
chosen to represent this University in
the Michigan-Ohio debate ecember
: affirmative, Florence Fuller, '25.1
Catherine Stafford, '24, Clara Lau, '25.
and- as an alternate, Vera Kaden, '24;
negative, Mary McCully, '24, Elizabeth
Van Valkenburgh, '26, Joanna De Witt,G
'24, and as alternate, Virginia Cron-'
in, '25.

r------ [ t"c' that the committee can read tiem and
berry hall and become a member 'make preliminary arrangements be-
'Groups from the association have been fore actual practice starts.
calling on new women during the past
week, to offer them a personal invi-w, d lr
'tation to join, but it is necessary for 5:ild elfare Clinic to Me
all to come to the office to fill out From 8 to 12 babies are taken care
membership cards. of every Tuesday and Friday befween'
As it is not .possible to reach ev- 2 and 3 o'clock at the Child Welfare
eryone by calls, the association wish- I clinic at the Community house, 4O% S
es to extend to everyon& a cordial in- Main. After Nov. 1, the clinic will
iitation to become a menber even 'i :s y.;move to its new quarters in the Cham-
though shoe may, not have been invited b > rler of Commerce, Fourthi and Ann
personally. sts. Every other Thursday the baby
The genera1 p1rpose of the student clinic is conducted at the Broadway
. .g"i nr church, Oct. 25 being the next date it
Y.W. C. A. is to help) makie relygion wl h.pn.Fein:assaesie
a more vital force in campus life, to 'will be open.: Feeding cases are given
give opportunity for service, to make special attention.
snore intelligent, and to offer training 3rs iabec Walker Wilebrndt
in leadership. There are no member- Lewisville, Ky., Oct. 20.-(By A. P.)-
ship dues, as the budget is raised by Mrs.a. Via Walker WVilebrandt, as- Resting- for the week eiad at the
'subscription from students and out- sistant attorney general of the Unit- country home of Judge Robert W.
siders later in the year. ed States and a close friend of Mrs. ;Bingham, publisher of the Lewisville
. The local association is affiliated Gifford Pinchot, has been placed in Times and Courier Journal, David
'with the natiotial student movement of charge of the so-called "padlock cam- Lloyd George, the war time premier
the Young Women's Christian associ- paign." This is a movement against of Great Britain today rested for
ation. proprietors of Philadelphia's saloons another week of ;our:ng and speak-
and was started by Governor Pinchot. ing at American cities. Almost his first
act upon reaching here was to get into
Athena Society to hold Tryouts o;e t h ng rwago upon the links
Athena Literary society invites ali LEAGUE RECEIVESl for the aftcrnoon for his favorite
i memb whoare inerese in becom PERC'ENT OF SA LE prt.
'ing members of the society to attend PE CNI . ;ot
the tryout. at 7:15 o'clock, Tuesday
.evening, in the Alpha Nu rooms in All University women are request- , STPATIONERY
University Hall. A three minute ed to ask for League receipts for ,any
speech on any desired subject is the purchases that they make at Mack's NA E A N D A D D R E SS
:oily requirement for the tryout. All store and to turn these receipts in to Stationery - 75 en-
'women on campus are eligible to try Ada Mulhollund, secretary of the un- velopes and 75 double sheets Linen

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The Business and Professional o-
nmen's cli will have a get to-gether
luncheon, Tuesday, at 12:15 o'clo'ck at
the Green Tree inn.
The first meeting of the University
Girls' Glee club will be held at 4:30
o'clock Tuesday afternoOn, 4in Barbour
gymnasium.
It's true efficiency to use Daily
Classifieds.-Adv.

It's true efficiency to .use
Classifieds.-Adv

Daily

Lovely Red Fox Furs

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A Special Dinner, yesp
___But special only in'
the variety we're serving:
All prices continue low.
CAF TERIA
612 EAST ILIBERTY .STREET

$29 .50

-$'55

They've achieved extreme popu-
larity for fall and winter wear.
These are luxurious pelts in rich,
natural, colorings. Will serve un-
endingly. Prices are from $10 to
$20 less than you'd expect. Other
scarfs and chokers - brown fox,
wolf, gray squrriel, marten, fitch,
black fox and opossum-are $9.50
to $75.
SECOND FI40OR
124 SOUTH MAIN STREET

out.
New York, Oct. 20-(By A.P.)--
Lines that held prevented either of

der-graduate League activities, whose
office is in Barbour gymnasium. The
building fund is to receive 10 per
cent of -every purchase that is made

the strong elevens from Syracuse and and recorded with the secretary. Miss
Pittsburg from crossing the goal line Eunice Rose, '26, is in charge of the
for touchdowns at the Yankee stad- i college women's special service de-
ium today, but McBride's placement partment.
kick in the third quarter won the --
game from Syracuse 3 to 0. Patronize The Daily advertisers.

Finish Stationery, with your name and
address printed in rich engraver's
blue ink, sent postpaid for only $1.00
-an unheard of low price. Money
refunded promptly if not wholly satis-
f'ed. Add 10 cents for west of Denver.
W Irite name and address plainly.
Prompt shipment. Send for box to-
day. Free samples if you wish. Ad-
dress Weslake Stationery Co., 120
North Erie, Toledo, Ohio.

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Afternoon,
IT'S NOT.
so
CROWDED
TO OUR REGULAR
PATRONS:
Sunday night, the first
show will start as soon
as the house is sold out.
This will urobably bo
about 10 minutes be-
ford 7 o'clock. So
please come early and
you*won't have to wa't
in line so. long.
ShOWS SUNDAY
1:3034:30
1 8:30

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She came into the lives of three old bachelors

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And then circumstantiaal evidence branded her as a criminal, shattering the faith of all hex
friends, except one loyal youth.

Hear his new numbers that are
sure to create a furore.
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