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PTHRSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1923

THE 1MICHIGAN DA I LYPAGEET13 1U:

MASQUES TRYOUTS British Facisti TAIJNLFEHE
WILL MEET TODAY : PA┬░RTY SET FOR DECO

Io Jeane Briggs, at 1414 Washtenaw~
Savenue.
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I'rosoectlv Mem~lbers4 to Assist With
Work on Annual Produe-
tion
l'AIL PLAY' TO GIVE CHANCE'
FOR AIT ISTIC TREATMENT
The meeting for women interested
i3n trying, out for Masques Dramatic
ociety which was announced for yes-
erday afternoon will take place at 4
O'clock today in B~arbour gymnasium.
YTis meeting is important to all pro-
"pective members of Masques as the
try-outs will be given a chance to as-
r rist in the" detail work in connection
wvith the annual play, "A Thousand
p ears Ago," to be presented under the
~direction of Professor J. Raleigh Nel-
ion, November 20.
The play is an experiment in Italian
Coramedia dell' Arto and according to
Professor Nelson it will offer the same
6pportunitios for artistic stage treat-
M ~ent and the development of a large
east as has been exhibited in Masques
p roduction of previous years.
JNTERIMO,[E OCKEY
fllTF3fflF F 7fAY

~I OI')i O4)RE WONEN i ORGANIZE
COIIITEES FOR
EVE N Tr
December 1 is the date set for the
Freshman spread which is given each
year by the sophomore women. Jun-
Ifor advisors conduct the freshmen to}
and from the spread, and are also the1
guests of the sophomores.
Committees for the event are as fol-
lows: Margaret Geddes, general
chairman; Margaret Mogk, secretary;
Kathryn Willson, treasurer; Elizabeth
Tompkins, chairman, refreshmients;
Dorothy Ogden, favors; Anne Seeley,
programs,;, Loretta Cooper, decora-
tions; Jessie Sprague, invitations;,
Margaret Effinger, floor; Ruth Rankin,
music, and Catherine Mellen, publicity.
PROFESSOR TO ADDRESS
COLUMBIA GRADUATES,

Women *wishing to join the Univer-
sity Y. W. C. A. are asked to con-,, o
the office at Newberry hall fromt 9 toj
12 o'clock or from 2 to 5 o'cloclc any
dlay this week, to sign the inemberzshvi)

arrangemrents about attending the ad-
isory party to be held from 8 to 11
o'clockt Friday night at Barbour gyme-j
*oasiumo, are asked to attend the party
anmyway. MTistakes have been made in
some cases, and advisors are not able

pledge. to be in the city, for the affair.
SThere will be an important meeti~ng Cluzb leaders' training course will be
E of the senior women at 4 o'clock j 01(1 at 7 o'clock tonight at Barbour
this afternoon in the League rooml gymnasium. At this time the first les-
of Barbour gymnasium. The mnecing son in basketry will be given. All
is called by the chairman of the Son-I women taking the course are asked to
for Girls' play committeQ.? bring their registration fee of 50 cents
II ~in order that the material may be or-,
Sophomore women are requesto-d todo'd
pay their dues for the Fresh,.man
Spread from 8 to 12, tomorrow, at theI Berlin, Oct. 24.-Bread shops still
Women's League booth in University are being plundered.
hail. Those students wVho are un-
able to pay their clues at that time are
requested to communicate with KaC.th- ) AAY t
ryn Willson at the Delta Gammna I1, ~
house.a4.uSa oF
All committees for thy,'Paoihci.,_nic
ball will hold an important meetin at.:'
5 o'clock this afternoon in Ba:r-!
bour gymnasium. , .

MLUSICALE HOLD 1)53ETING -
Piaifo selections preceded by short UE
adiscussions of the composition and
the composer formed the afternoon
Lprogram of the piano group of Mat- Ar
-inee Musicale Student league which
Tmet yesterday at the home of Mrs. Ava
i o i - a e T e fo llow in g m em b ers too k p art in t e p o r m r n e d m , V c
toria Wordoman, Grace Hlendrixon,j
Betty Palmer, andl Mrs. Ava Comin- Just imagine oneocf the
Case. The next meeting will be held funniest stories in all fiction
Thursday, November 1 ,,t the home of in the hands of the miaster
Miss Hendrixon, 1901 Washtenaw,.director who made "THE
COVERD WAGN."
London, Oct. 24.- Former Premier
B~onar Law is having throat trouble1 m
again. _James Cruze
Daily Want Ads always bring good
results. Ipresents

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C t0 J. t. yigiioleos Emma H. Gunther, professor of
household and institutional admin is-
The Fascisti movement in England; tration of Teachers' college, Columbia
is rowngrapidly, according tc (rapt.'! university, will addestealmi(.

- * i i id1 s 'iwan J. B. Vignoles, prominent journalist I tat college at a meeting to be e ld at
- an lecurerandleadr ofthu ove 8 o'clock Saturday evening at Betsy
jRound one of the inter-house hoc- Blarbour house. Mr. Raleigh Shoring,
k~ey tournamxent will, be played off this ment. He claims to have interested principal of the new University high
jfternoon when Kappa Alpha_ Thetai many prominent Britishers in the or- school, will act as chairman of the
1jneets Alphia Omicron Pi, and P~ BetaI ganization. While the Duke ct N-orth-j meeting. All alumini of Teachers' col-
3'-hi pla'ys Alpha Gamma .Delta. Thej umberland denies being a membe;- it lege are urgedl to attend.
snatches are to be open to all Univer-j is pointed out that Vignoles is con- Miss Gunther will be the guest of
ity students andl a big turn out of' nected with the "Patriot,," a publica- Miss Helen Bishop, of Helen Newberry
tpectators is anticipated. Cheerlead- tion backed by the uDke. residence over the week-evud.
Os will be on hand to organize the
rooting and singing. -_---___. .. . .. .
Line-ups
K.A. T.- A. 0. P.-
''
(D0Stewart...,L. I......F. Murray;
M.Hays......HR. I........B. Hayes TYPEWRITING *
Balz... ,,...L. W..Irene LutzT1T
JBalz.........HR. W......L. IHayes BOOKKEEPING
7Bishop...... L. H. B. ..V. Smith Beri n Clse
M' Hays..... C. H. B...... D. Patton Beinn lie
1P, Ollmachxer... , H. B....... E.-Cody ^p, ,y A , OCTOBE R 29
'Barnum.,,.. L. F. B..... F. Dumas l-1 I CO US LLEGE
IDutton .H. F. B. .....,. L. Boer ! itT~T ICT~tC
K. Rettenmier.. Goal ..E. Langdon STATE AND ILAM]V STR11EET.S
Alpha Omicron Pi substitute: Alta _ _ ____
,.. ., ~-t_._._r, . _ .............er;~ and Virginia Van Zandt. I ".. .
Pi Beta Phi - Alpha Gamma Delta
E~. Lauver ...... C. F. .. .Evelyn Cook
0. McKay...... L. I. ......I Smith
M1f. Ainsworfli... R. I.......D. Bolton j
K. Ainsworth.. L. W. .. L. Holdsworth a d e Bl
C. Paull,....... W......I. Chapin
D. Lauver....L. 1-.:B. ....A. Ladd 1W-111be c(ciien
M. Bron . H: . H. B..F. Fenton
PHlet..C. I, ,B.. . J. Compton ~~'E
.Sur.,.. I.T3 ,4.VnNs L V d - , Ot-- e F. Mode.......HR. F. B . . . .E. Scherer,
HI. Roberts...... Goal..M. Parker - AT-
Alpha Gamma Delta substitutes: T1XhrC TT T
Olive Fast and Violet Bay;le. S . HVI jAL
The folic v g l~eu'ses have not as -
3iet fen t i the rsve~3 PC:: r3 im iyr
it is , { tr rto .:s ~~ and KE NE YS SIX PIECE ORCHESTRA
31,r'i e11 oloay: Aluhti '1+1)psolnPI31 tVOI) U 1TuHE PIANO)
Pi, Zeta Tau Alpha, Delta Gamma,.' i lets n i ahui .ns
Pc)lta Zeta, Chi Omega, Kappa Delta
'Theta Phi Alpha, Martha Cook, and X119NCNit~ -_I $1.50
.delia Cheever.

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The industrial committee of the Y.
VV. C. A. will hold a meetilig It 4:
o'clock this afternoon in New- I
berry hall. All committee members
are requested to be present.
The dance which was to have been!
given Nov. 1 by the Faculty NWomen's
club will not take place.

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A New Pattern

Banjo t-routs for the
lin club will be hield
o'clock this afternoon
ball.
f All girls taking gyn

Girls;' Mantio-
f'rom 3 to z
in Newberry
asium courses

SAMPLES
Permanently on Display at
GUYV WOOLFOLK &CO.
336 S. I tote Street
Anun Arbor, lieili.
Designed by
WHITEHOJUSE & LIARDY
INCORPORATED
BROADWAY AT 40"'STREET 144 WEST 42k",STREET
METROPOITAN O1'RA HOUSE IDO. KNICKERBOCKER BUILDINO

arereuired UoInave. ajtlocker aZt if;1
they have not already done so imust!
sign up for one immediately.

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Wyvern society will lmeet
o'clock tonight at the Delta
house.

at, 7:15

, - ... ........ ,.,...EW. .ORK.

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Manuscripts fob the Junior Girls'
play are now due and should he sent
Pocket Malted Milk!I
Like to drink malted milks? '
Sure thing, Old Top!'
Then why not eat 'em--
here's your chance..
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Pure Malted Milk Bars
contain no cane or beet sugar
Sate for Athletes in Training!{
Right -size for your pocket. Go
great at the game--at the s how-.-on
hikes--at school or in your room.E
5- At All Dealers - 564
Send a nickel for a sample.
Thompson's Matted Food Companly -,
Makers of
HEMO
the incomparable founiitain drink
710 RIVERSID)E
1Warukeshi, Wisconsin

N~OW PLAYING
SHOWING AT REGULAR
PRICES

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Based on Percy MacKaye's "THE SCA~RECROW"
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IHi s Latest Six-Reel Comed)

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ATDENA SOCIETY
SELECTS MEMBERS
SAthena Literary society has chosen
ioh following, new members in conse-
qluence, of the tryouts held Tuesday
evening: Virginia Cronin, '25, Gwen-
dolyn Doew,, Joanna DeWitt, '24,
~luth Schieninan, '27, Thelma Steven-
;con, '24, Bernice Tompkins, '25.
Since more than forty women par-
t icipated .in the tryouts, there was not !
time for the members to pass upon
all of them. The following women
are asked to report for a second tryout
,t the next meeting, Tuesday, October
"0: Emelie Oppenheim, Violet Kid-
der, Ruth Rosenthal, Hartiet Levy,
fugrid .Alving, Ruth Browne, Alpbra
L'a-dd, Merel Parks, Rosalca Spaulding,'
~iargaret Gullies, Edna Ziegler, E~sther'
Anderson, Beryl Schafer, Mary Warni-
ncr, Verona Moran, Gertrude Bailey,
ilargaret Eaton, Mary Margaret Mill-
rErnestine Roe, Sarah Dorothy,
IDing, Tunic Holt.
;MuSSolini Refuses Degree
Rome, Oct. 23.-The rector of iDo-j
logna university called on Premiert
Mussolini and told him the college
w-anted to confer on him the de-mee ofI
.Dloctor of Laws; "Not unless I can
take an exairpination and submit a
thesis," said the chief of the hFascisti;
"Only thus would my conscience be
clear."
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