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NOYV1I,'MBIR 2, 1923

THE MIC%-HIGAN DAILY

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SORORITES iPIAN Famous Woman
Clavecinist To
PANHELENICBALL Play In America
L~m

TEASJJ Read The Daily "Classified" Columns Read the Want Aids
SBff INV1DIE lan -STAMPED
returns o: the Y. IV.C. A. lnancial rT A 'INAT

Women Will
C'ampu s

be Hostesses at Large
Function for First
Time

PRtOCEED)S OF TICKET SALE
TO AID) MICHIGAN LEAGUE
Fior the first time in the history of
the University, sororities are uniting,
under the direction of the Michigan In-
,ter-Sotrority; }association, to .sponsor _a
i Panhellenic ball to be given Nov. 30
at G ranger's dancing academy. The
hall will be formal with dancing from
S9 to 2 o'clock. 'Mr. Granger 'is giving
u tp his regular Friday night assembly
Sfor the occasion.
+ The Panhellenic, ball is giving the
Swomen in the University their first op-
p)ortunity to be hostesses at a large.
r campus function. The Inter-Sorority
c association hopes to make this an an-
" nti] affair.
S Tickets for the dance will be on sale
early in November. A definite num-
b er will be reserved for the sororities
while the honor counrcil of League
~houses is in charge of the distribution
among independent women. Proceeds
Sfrom the ticket sale will be used for
rthe bene1)t of the University of Mich-
igan League fund.
Plans for the party were begun last
a spring and the committees have been
Rat work for a number of weeks making
definite preparaions. The general
z chairmafi is Dorothy Maitland, '24, pres-I
ident of the Michigan Inter-Sorority
Sassociation, w"ho has as her assistant
SJeane Briggs, '25. The refreshment
Scommittee is. composed of Margaretj
Y B3lack, '24, chairman, Evelyn Wid-
man, '25, 'and Lois Sandling; the pro-I

campaign yesterday showed that the
competing teams had turned in $680.25.1
These reports were made by the team
captains at a luncheon for all cam-
paign workers held at Newberry hail.j
The amount was not complete, as sev-
eral of the captains were riot able to
turn in reports of the entire amount
which their teams had secured. The
team captained by Kitty Broadhead,
which turned in $125.50, was in first
' place.
'There will be another luncheon this
noon at Newberry hall,' at which all I
team workers are expectedI to be pres-~
ent. Reports wvill be made again at
this time.
Service Increases "BusIness1"
After having a rather lax start "bins-
;mess" at the health service has pick-
ed tip. The infirmary is nearly fill ed.I
Dr. F~. P. Allen ascribed the increase
in ilness in part to the change in!
wea ther.
soI London, Nov, 1 --Cattle slain in the
'st fight againist hoof and mouth disease
n-have cost the government $750,000
n-Isince august.
rI Daily classified for real results. I

Teeth

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Wanda Landowski
Wanda ILandowska, Polish virtuos
and recognized as the world's greatek
clavecinist, -is soon to appear in An
erica. Her instrument, more common
ly called the harpsichord, is know:
principally. as the instrument fo
which , Bach- literally wrote man,
of his compositions. It is akin to
'piano but the 'strings are plucked wvit
mediums of quill, wood andl metal.

No It "Is .Not
Hard work to obtain such
happy results.
Every one may feel the un-
speakable pleasure of really
clean teeth-if they will but
use the right tools-
Use a DR. ;WEST'S neW
brush-us'e two of thetas-

a
th

FIRST ROUNDJ OF HOCK Y
TOURNMENT COMPLETED

gram comrmittee, Constance Smith,'2I Kappa¢ Kappa Gamma startled the
chairman, Gertrude Myers, and Char- spectators yesterday afternoon when 1
lotte Eckert, '25; the decoration corn they 'dofeated the Theta Phi AlphaE
mittee, Nanette Carnahan, '24, chair- hockey team. by a score of 15-0. Kappa
1man, Catherinme Mellen, '26, and Dor-
othy Jones; the ticket committee, Es- Delta claimed the honors of victory
ther Sandberg, '24, chairman, Cather- from Chi ()mega, but the latter team
ine Cave, '25, Dorothy Campbell, '24, had a fairly strong defense and the
and Katherine Konwinski '24; the In- final score was sm~ll, 3-0. The weak,
vitation committee, Alice Russell, '24,
chairman, Edith Stoneburner, and 1- goal defense of the Theta Phi Alphai
lian Prance, '24; the advertising corn- ta a epnil o h vr
mittee, Mariam Wicksall, '24, chair- whelming score in its defeat by Kap-
man, Doris Arnold, '24, Isabel Water- 1a Kappa Gamma.
worth,, '24, and Sarah Levin. Margaret Bailey and Elsa Ruyl of
_______________Kappa Kappa Gamma and Dorothy Og-
born and Grace Fry of Kappa Delta
Fall, Styles To Be ;starred for the winnig teams.
Sh own At Party ° Rapa Kppa Gmm TamsaDeta
f IM~. Bailey ....... C.F........ E. Steelt
Style displays and dancing will be I. Field......... R.I........ A. Moore
features of the Women's Leagpe partyI A. Olson........ L.I...... H. Gregory,
which, will be gvn'ro o6E. Ranck....... R.W.;. E.Libra
oy'clock' today in Barbour gymnasium. H. Sullivan .:.L.W........ J. Clark
The f'ashion show, which Will be held A. Allen....... C.H;....D. Oghorn
in Sarah 'Caswell Angell hall,' will ini- P. Haehinle ..:... R.11......... G. Fry.
clide ftall and winter modes in.=sport E. ;"Ruyl... .... ,.L.11.......D. Waldo,
cothes and in ,afternoon and eenn. IPEMcreiber .......M. Mcaller
wear. The models for the style dis- F aso...LF M cal
play will be Tieodora Smith, '25, ,:R. Lee......oa..P.Gllge
Gwednelyn ew '25, Eles norMussel-! Substitutes: Kappa. Kappa Gamma,}
maY , ~QTwsed 2,Doris P. Gorsline, H-. Johnson; L. Kelder, C.
ArnolO, '3=,.Aio. Y anderhcrst, '24, Addison, E. Van Zandt,'and H. Torrey;
Jean avensgard, '20, Betty Burns, '25, i Kapp~a Delta, M. Cubic, and W. Hope-,
Ann Simms, '25, Margaret Peet, '25, ;man.
and Helen Sherman, '25.1 Kappa Alpha Theta and Pi Beta Phi;
After the style show there will be1 will not 'meet as, per schedule today,!
Betsy Barbell.r vs. Adelia Cherver, and
Bancing and refreshments in the gym- Deteav.Zt a lh r h
nasium. ,No a fssonwill be charg- Eeta. ea s Zt-auAph r te!

Gain a half -hour
for study before,
that I o'clock.
Eat at
University
Restaurant
A c r o s s from Chemistry
Building.
Quick Service
and
Good Food
.our
Specialty

Alternating the dlays.
brush will w'ork better
the rest, and you will
better.

The
for
feel

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tell you about- them

G. Claude Drake's

Drug and Prescription
Store
State -and University
Phone 308

"The Quarry",

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CLASSES TO BEGUN I
RIFLE. PRACTIC"E

teams whichr play at 4:30 o'clocl tis
afternoon, beginning the second round';l
of the tournament. appa Alpha The-
ta will play Pi Beta Phi at .5 o'clocki
on Tuesday. The preliminary con-:
tesuts in archery were held yesterday
aifternoon,.

University Restaurant ,
v~e...:...._ ............................ . N...{....... ur.... ..r......4u~.>as..ru .u..r e
NOW 'LA YING A T ,
REG ULAR PRICES
TLa
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"MIHIE TAN-TEW OOK" 1
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Rifle practice class'es will begin next Tenn s auvi onstote seifnl
week under the in'struction of officersmut efishdbyong. Te
~oftheR. . T C.Twety-eve won-courts are available for use at any,
en signed up for the hours which have time of the day.
been selected, 4 to 5 o'clock on Thurs-_______?___
days. There were a few who wished #
1Madrid, Nov. 1.-An earthquake was
$to have the time set for other dlays, felt at Padrillo, near Logrono, Oct. 28.
and if more of these women intend to Stone quarries had to shut down, due
tsign for the course, the officers re-:t upuosfmsrsn hog
Bl*uest that they do so i'mmediately so' racks.
Sthat the schedule may be coniple'e4. __________________
The practices will take place in room
:430 of the Engineering building, which
-:was fitted up last year for this 'pur- AT T.hE T IlEATEIIS
pose. Rifles are supplied by the R. Q. !
'T. C. The costume to be °worn may be I--
either the regulation gyninasiim suit!
or knickers. -ven-oa
The work will begin with a study of
the inecharlismn of the rifle, the "how
adwyofissotn.Weths)has been mastered sufficiently, the in- Arcade-"Ruggles of Red Gap."
s tructors will conduct the, actual prac- -
tice.j Majestic- "Desire," with Mar-
Dean to Address Grand Rap ids Club I geisD aMte
Dean Jean Hamilton will deliver as( Wuerth-"Can a Woman Love
lecture on "Social Ideals of Today" Love Twice?" with Ethel Clay-
Thefore the ' Ladies' Library club of 1 ton.1
Grand Rapids on Saturday.
IOrphcuni-"Mixed Faces."
mieWomen to Hilke Tomorrow te
Women who wish to takethtej
rlehonor point hike are requested toj

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.. I :Today and'Saturday I REGULAR
S:3~0 and 8:30 11__fi PRICES
4THE YOUNGER SET, PETTING PARTIES, WILD '
= EXTRAVAGANCE, JAZ ANIA-:and MYSER'Y; Y
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ma onen ol hl mlioso
pepebMahesmhnenrn.nCs
moo an ls iaie htit ii
chRar f iolmana, whr "o °supor t
byacsplenid cudst.ilinso
by a peddcs.<a
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"THEROARNG ION"j SECIA "TlE MRRIGE MKER

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We Desire That Which.
We Cannot Have
A Startling Story of Modern 'Society

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be, at Barbour gymnasium promptly at I
9 o'clock tomorrow. I
NIchts .. ..60c toS2.50!I
ARCKWed. Mat. Seto S1
A R C K Sat. Mat..50a to $2.00 1 1
SECOND AND LAST WEEK OF j
Tueo Great Amterican Thrillodramat I
''WHISPERING WIRES''"
New York Cast and Production
aA Thousand Volts of Laughs and Jolts I
Nest Week- UP SHE GOES"

Stage--hi's Week

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Whitney-Tomorrow night-The
New York Globe theater's omr-
iginal production of the music-
al comedy, "Goodh Morning
Deanie."
Garrick (Detroit) - "Whisper-
ing Wires."

cc e sire"
with

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Marguerite De LaMotte
Estelle Taylor
Edward Connelly
Walter Long

Jahn Bowers
David Butler
Ralph Lewis

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