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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

JUNIRS ILLENTR- Most Arrested
JVS WL ENIT EHWoman In U. S.
TIN FRESHMEN FRIDYl
P4tTY IFOR ENT~Iit IA N W0ME~N
TO HAVE UALliV-
E'EN FEATUUI.S

berry ball. All committee members Tryouts for Portia Literary society
are requested to be present. will be held at 7:30 o'clock this
evening in room 302, Mason hall. Try-
The dance which was to have been outs will consist of three minute
given Nov. 1 by the Faculty Women's speeches on any subject ii which the
club will not take place. candidate is interested.
A special meeting of the cabinet of Tryouts for the Freshman Girls'
the Y. W. C. A. will be held at 4 o'clock j Glee club will be held at 4:30 o'clockj
this afternoon at Newberry hall. this afternoon at the School oft

NURSES' HOCKEY SEISON
OPENS WITHFAST GAME
Hockey games for the nurses start-
ed off with a bang when the "Tigers,"
tied the "Goal Getters" with a score

Dance music by Kernnedy's orchesera
will be one of the special aturacticns
at the annual party to be given from
' to 11 o'clock Friday evening, ats1
Barbour gymnasium, by the upperclass
advisors for all entering women. The
party is to be a Hallowe'en affair.,
The ghost's trail forms one of the
features of the party, aird special.
fortune telling booths have "been ar-&
ranged. In addition to these attrac-,
tions there will be other special events
to: increase the fun. Refreshments
will be served during the evening.
Members of Mummers' society are?
to present a short play, "The Teeth
of the Gift Horse," during the evening,.
i Sarah Caswel Angell hall. Rosa-
lind Freund, '24, is chairman of the
production.
Blanche Kynast, '24, chairman of then
upperclass advisory committee, and
Margaret Dixon, '25, chairman of the
rty committee of the junior advisor(
clpmmittee, are in charge of the affair.j
Advisors will call for their advisees (
id take them to the party if possible.
owever, those who have not been
<iled are asked to attend the party
iyway, as there are some advisors
who, through misunderstanding or ab-
srence from the city, will not be pres-
DRAMATIC CLUB
INVITES TRYOUTS
Ifiss Julia Emery
,, vomen who are interested in trying Miss Julia Emery :i o)t ashamed of
cpt for Masques are requ, sted to at- the fact that she has probably been ar-
t zd the meeting for try-outs at 4 rested more often than any (ther wo-
, elock this afternoon in Ba3rbour man in the United States. She has
nmasium. Women who are interest- been jailed 34 times for her activities
ed in the committee work as well as along political lines. She is nowy dis-
> e acting are invited to this meet-. tributing copies of Senator Iwrah's
d speech on the Haiti:.u quostion. She
'the work of the society will be is- formerly was a me.bor of the nation-
cnssed and try-outs will be given al woman's party.
c ance to sign up for minor work in
nnr!ection with the annual play, "A
Tlousand Years Ago," whicii will be
Yen Nov. 20 under the direction o f
rofessor J. Raleigh Nelson.

It is important that every member
should be present. The regular cab-
inet meeting will be held at 8 o'clock
Saturday morning, as usual.
Banjo tryouts for the Girls' Mando-
lin club will be held from 3 to 5
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in New-
berry hall.
Due to inclement weather the ten-i
nis matches could not be played off
last week. These must be finished
as soon as possible, and the courts
are now available at any time.
i"
COMING SUNDAY
Such Laughs
Dontcha Know!

Music. I of 1-1. Both teams evinced a grim
determination to win as well as good
The piano group of Matinee Music- Iplaying resulting from constant prac-
Thepiao goupofMatneeMusc-tice. Good sportsmanship and keen
ale Student league will meet at 4:15 .s
o'clock. this afternoon at the co-npetition characterized this first
home of Mrs. Lee Case, 912 Mary game.
street. A program of miscellaneous Line-ups
selections has been arranged for the "Tigers" "Goal Getters"
afternoon. E. Anderson .. . C.F..... L. Marshall
1. Hanson ......R.I....... R. Bedford
Mexico City, Oct. 22.-(By A. P.)- D. Sullivan ..... L.I........ R. Frank
President Obregon is expected to re- D. Steffe .......C.H.B.......A. Kallio
turn this week from Lake Chapala, M. Knecht ...... R.H.B...... M. Funk
where he went to recover from a C. Willis .......L.F.B... M. McGugan
throat attack; his health is said to be Z. Holdeman . ..R.F.B.....M. Angell
fully recovered. ;J. McGaw ......Goal....... M. Berry
All houses in the inter-house hockey
Daily classified for real results. (Continued on Page Five)

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a
Three Rousing Cheers
And All That
Sort of Rot!
Just imagine one of the fun-
niest stories in allfiction in
the hands of the master
director who made
"THE COVERED WAGON"

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AT TI TIHEATERS
bereezt-Tiduy
Arcade - Gloria Swanlon in
Majestic- "Three Wise Fools,"
with Eleanor B arrnanm
Wuerth-Madge Delam'- in "Are
You a Failure?"

Women wishing to join the Univer- I
sity Y. W. C. A. are asked to come to
the office at Newberry ball from 9 to
12 o'clock or from 2 to 5 o'clock any
day this week, to sign the membership
pledge.
There will be an important meeting
of the senior women at 4'o'clock to=
morrow afternoon in the League room
of Barbour gymnasium. The meeting
is called by the chairman of the Sen-
ior Girls' play committee.
Sophomore women are requested to
pay their dues 1 for the Freshman
Spread from 8 until 12 o'clock, Friday
morning, at the Women's League booth
in University hall. Those students uu-I
able to pay their dues at that time are
requested to communicate with Kath-
ryn Willson at the Delta Gamma
house.
All committees for the Panhellenic
l 'l will hold an important meeting at
5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Bar-
bour. gymnasium.
The industrialcommittee of the Y.
Y . C. A. will hold a m "eting at 41

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