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THE TMI,-iGAN DAILY

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SECM ON OUN f HOCKEY
E IN1SWIZETA TAU' ALPHA AM) ADELIA.
(IITEEVER HOUSE WIN
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Women desiring to tape the 10 mile
honor point hike are asked to meet
at J o'clock today all Barbour gymnas;-
ium.

'Faculty oe's lub emes
ShowInterest InCraive Art
Creaiive art, in whicb faculty wvor- parties are formed. In winter, the
cu have an interest in spite of their women will gather at the homes of
busy lives, is being given a chance for! memnbers where they will sit at dif-
o'xp; ion h~Ci i the art section of thle' ferent windows and sketch what they
Faculty WVomen's club. On the sece- see..
and floor of the club house at 226 S. An exhibit of the art work done bay
Inagalls is tine studIio which has re- thle section during the past five months

many and varied aspects of the activ- Lutheran Stucdentq to Hold Part~y
ities of the Faculty Women's club.I The Lutheran Student club will, hold
Their meetings held to read and dis- a Hollowe'en party at 8 o'clock to-
cuzss plays, their work with the' kin- ngti h uhrncaea h
diergarten, are ~phases of the activities ngti h uhrncaea h
i which this organization is engaged. corner of Washington street and Fifth
avenue. The nature of the affair will
be a representation of an old fashion-
Patronize The Daily Advertisers. ed Hallowe'en social gathering.'

Elimination of two more teams from.
the contests for the coveted silver The six league houses belonging to
cup in the inter-house hockey tourna-'the honor council must elect their
mnent was effected yesto~day when, permanent officers before the ineoting.
Zeta Tau Alpha triumphed over Alpha 'of the councnil, which will be hed' at 4
Epsilon Phi 5-2, and Adelia Cheever ' o'clock Wednesday in Westminster
~house won a 2-0 game from Hlen' house.
Newberry residence. Both games;
~were fights to the finish between even-+ All, oriental women on the campus
ly match~ed teams, with the final out-' are invited to a luncheon at noon
come undecided until the last minute! today in N~ewb~erry hall. This is tobe
"of play. given by world fellowship committee
The cheering and evident enthus-, of tue Y. W. C. A:., of which Alone Day-
.asm of Helen Newberry, even when 'is, '24, is chairman. They plan to have
their team faced cfeat, were an ex-' luncheon at Newberry hall and then
cellent example to ,the other rooters.' attend the game ensemble.
Spectators turned out in greater num-
bers than before to' witness these Enhsamfrteeni or-
gamnse and support the teams. Their then asvsil dmenedibthena
cooperation noticeably, gave renewedwetrduigheaswekbtte
,vigor to the players, and the team'wahrdrn h ps ek u h
work throughout was remarkable. i sets in the third round must be played
Lineps o Wining ea1 off by this aftern~oon on one or the
Lineps f Winin Teas tother of the contestants will be forced
'eta rTau Alpha Adella Cheever to default.
House I_________________
H. Best ........ C.F.%....... L. Groff ____________-__ _
J. Sinclair ...... L.J......... 0. Fast
A. Mellinger .. I.. G. Burmnmeler' AT THlE iHEATS S(
M. Taylor ...... L.W.. B. Johnson I
M. Brooks ...... R.W...E. ArnovitsI
A. Johnson .... L.H.B..D. JohnsonI
P .Malone ...... R.H.B..M. Appelt I r dfl'I'(daIy
F. Ely........ C.H.B....... M. Baker I
D1. Nicklebrough.L.F.B... J. Redmond I
A. Burdick .. .. R.F.B......0O. MearsI
M. Burrows ..,.. Goal.. .. F. Starrj Arcade-"The Eaglie's Feather."
Adelia Cheever substitute: I+. /
Chong. j Majestic-"Red Lights."
LNrmer Student 1l~trrkes Wuerth-Glenn Hunter in "Puy'-
Miss Minetta Goetz, '21, of Ann Ar- itan Passions."
bor, and Alexander MacNicol, of'
Brooklyn, N. Y., were married Thurs-l Orpheum - Gladys Walton in
lay evening at the home of the bride's "rse ie.
paet,326' E. Liberty street. ,
Constantinople, Oct. 26.-(By A.P.)
-American and World War Allied Sa~TisWe
delegations have been notified' that
they are no longer considered "'corn- -
' rissioners," but are "representatives"I
of 'their several governments. Garrick (Detroit)-- "'Wh lispering I,
_________________Wires."
Patronize The Daily advertisers. __________

cently been redecorated and equipped
th Ii pints, pencils andl other artist's'
Mate: ials. Ii ere the facult~y women
conie, undist-arbcd by childryen,. tele-
phones and (doorbells.
Mbemborship in the art section,
which is in charge of Mrs. Everett' S.
Brown, is open to any women in' the
club who have an interest in creative
art wihether they choose watercolors,
p)astels, oils, ('lay, 'or pencils as their
miediiums. 'Many of the amuateur art-
ists have discovered their ability since
h(ey joined this group. During the
;all and spring, frequent sketching

was held

recently in the

Studio.

Among the pieces shown was a lamxp
whose base was a cloisonne vase, withy
a parchiment< shade executed in t he;
same dli.n. A pencil sketc h, a first
attempt of the artist, portrayed a har-'-
bxoy scene in an extremely effective
manner with a minimum of lines.
Watercolors, several of them scenes
arxound Anti Arbor, were displayed.j
Clay, watercolors, oils, pastels, and
pencils were all used in a manner
which showed an appreciation of their
jossibulities.
Thin,, how ever, is only one of the

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