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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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.W.KC A.DRIVE TOTALS English Peeress
E labor Canddate
$5300 FOR THRE-DAYS -
TEAM ®CA1PAINL1) BY IIT .[ Y
BROADlEAI), '4, STILL I i ;;:"
LEADS : "
Reslults of the Y.W.C.A. $1,500 finance :~
cmmih'n vesterdar~v sholwed '697.05

was especially stressed so te~at all wo- :Louis and his bride spent part of their !,that Lady Louise and the Swedish
Imen it, the University will feel free honeymoon in the United States. crown prince were often seen 'together
1 critic'zean give advk'c4 It Was an eventful wooing which led 1n IEngland and France.
j to the wedding in the Chapel Royal of
Tg St.Z JamesII Palace. Scarcely had the1
IJ l 0 o OCKE nes of Gustaf Adolf's engagementl
BEGINS WITH TIE GA F' hat certain authorities in Sweden op - _ __________
posed the marriage on the grouind thatt

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be brought to the office of the deano chaperone fee will be charged, the
women immediately. amount depending on the number of
Women who are planning to take omngi.
the tripi to Madison for the Wisconsin Women wtio wish to take the ten
game are required to register in the , mile honor point hike are requested to
office of the dean of women at leastI be at Barbour gymnasium promptly at
three days before the trailn leaves. A'9 o'clock today.

turned in by the competing teams,
mnaking a total of $1,301.05 for the
three d~.ys of the campaign. Final re-
~ports will be given at a luncheon this
moon at Newberry hall, at which time,
it is hoped tithe drive will "go over the
top."P
The team~ captained by Kitty Broad-
head, '24, is still in the lead, turning
in $97.50 yesterday, and making a total
~of $223.5') credited to this team. There
~are several other contesting, teams,
\however, which are running close sec-
ond s.,
a. k VU Wt. IN ITES 000.
Six hundred invitations have been
sent out to members of the American
~Association of University women, to-
7gether with women who are eligible for1
:regular or associate membership, for
'the opening meeting of the year of the
~Ann Arbor branch of the organization
~whic~h will be held at 3 o'clock to day1
in the assembly room of the Union.
Prof. Joseph R. Hayden, of the pol-
itical scicee department, who recent-
l y returned ;from a trip around thel
~world w~.ill give a talk on his imnpress
sions of thle Far East.1
Models Display
Latest Fashions
SModels of the newest fashions in
~cothes: for every occasion for the fall
~and winter were shown at., an added.

Round two of the hockey tournament
which started yesterday 4 rternocn,
succeeded in eliminating only one ofs
the four teanms which played from the
contests. Delta Zeta tied Zeta Tau

Alpha, S-2, necessitating another game
on Tuesday to decide the issue. Betsy
Barbour downed Adelia Cheever in a
close, hard foughlt game with a final
score of 6-3.
. Freshmen and sophomores who wish-
to remain in the running in the tennis
tournament must have their sets (play-
ed off by tonight. This notice is final.
The seniors have narrowed down to E.'
Lauver and A. Burdlick. The juniors
are ready for the semi-finals with the
exception of one match.

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Lady Louise wvas not of sufficiently Dean Jean'Hamilton will repeat lee-
high rank to marry the crown -prince. ture one, of the Campus Activities ser-
then, while th'e genealogical experts
,,were settling this question in favor of, ies at 4 o'clock Tuesday, In Sarah
.the bride-to-be, came the startlingCswlAnelhl. llfsmn
(xiews that the press of foreign lands and entering' upperclass women who
1 was broadcasting the tale that Lady missed the lecture when it was given
Louise had changed her mind about be- before will kindly report.
coming a crown princess anyway, and
was going to marry an obscure Eng- Signing out slips for the month of
fish painter of modest income. But as October which. were due Nov. 1 should
the summer passed, by these rumr!ors ,
were gradually discredited by the fact Daily classified for real results..

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Hats for Dress
Hats. for
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Veils Veiling,
Dresses

Wear!
Street wear!
ts for ]Evening Wear!
Flowers and Ornaments for
and Head Dress

The qouiitess of Warwick
Paradoxical as it may seem, the
Countess of Warwick, English peeress,
is a candidate for parliament on thet
tabor ticket. The countess, who is 62
years old, is an avowed socialist. She
Iwill stand for election for the Warwick
and Leamington division of Warwick-
shire.
WOPMEN REORGANIZE 6
HOSE URIN ON1TH,
Sixty-seven League. houses were or-

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1MNEOI H COWN PRINCE
TOME WLINGLIS.H WOMAN!
Stockholm, Nov. 2.- (By A.P. )-The
narriage in London tomorrow of Lady
.ouise .Mountbatten, great-grand-
laughter of the late Queen Victoria'
A England and second cousin of Kin~g
-corge, the present sovereign, to Gus-
of Adolf, crown }prince of Sweden, is
,eceived with deep in~terest here. The
wedes are eager to meet the worn-
n who some day 'will become their
lueen, and England is believed to be
ratified at the new royal ties that
md Stockholm and London into still
,loser friendship.
Lady Louise is a sister of Lord Louis
4ountbatten who last year married
4iss Edwina Ashly, said to be one of
-ec-richest women in England. Lord
j AT THE THEATERS I
Sureen--TodayI
Arcade-Viola Dana in "The

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TheGren Te Il
and
,Madc Reservations for the Marine Game
Thanksgiving Date

II11IIIJ I lllrrlrlu nlrrilll 1 I 111l l ll llllrlrrnl rr 11111 illl 111111 Itr
Monday, November 5, 8 P. M. Choral Union Series
VLADIMIR Farewell
ue PrAC A - M American Tour ...
A Fewr Tickets for Individual Concerts Avdlable.
Monday, November 12, 8 P.' M. Extra Concert Series .
wetrot ymhoy Ochstr '
OSSIP MICHAEL
GA IL ITSCH PRESS
UK V violinist
Conductor
All Tschaikovsky Program
Course 'pickets-.00, $.00), $40, $ 5.00
______ Sinigle Concerts--$.~10, $1.00, $1.50, $20
Sunday, November 18, 4:15 P. M. Faculty Concert 'Series
UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Samuel P.- LOCKW OOD, Conductor=
GRtACE JOHINSON . ORA,
KONOL.D L.ARTHARD
Soprano Violoneelllst
No Admiission Charge-Children under Twelve Years of age not ad-
4 nitted unless they first obtain ltkta tw Shol of Music =
Thursday, November, 22, 8 P. M. Choral Union, Series
COSI FAN TUTTE OPERA C O.
Direction WILLIAM, WADE H.INSHAW'
BRILLIANT .HEADED, BY
SOLOIST'S IRENE WILLIAMS
Stage Scenery and Beautiful, Costumes
A Few Tiets for Individual Concerts Available.-
Monday, December 4, 8 P. M.. Ex~tra, Concert Series
-DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
VICTOR Richard
" KOLA R CROOKS
Conducting' Tenor
Cofirse Tickets--$2.009- $8.0), $4.00,- $5.00 a
single Concert's-$.i0, $1.00, $1.W, $2.004
Sunday, December 9, 4:14 P. M. Faculty Concert Series
CONCERT BAY FACULTY.
of tlieIUNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC .
No Admission Charge-Children inder Twelve Years of age not ad-:E
initted iiunless they first' ohtaiji tlcket--at the School of Music
Wednesday, December 12, 8 P. M' Choral Union >Series;~
I'iEE; RENOWNED .
ZIMBA LIS'T VIOLINIST .
A hYew Tiekets for.Individual1 Concerts Available.
:.For ixnformation or tickets call at the University School ofE
Music, CHARLES A. SINK, Secretauryy

20.5 SOUTH STATE STREET

PHONE 1306-R

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attraction at the Women's League yes- ( ganized during the past month by Dean
terday.e Charming' negligees, sport Jean Hamilton, Miss Mlarion Wood, as-
outfits, s reet dresses and sukits. after- sistant dean of women, and the reor-I
noon, dinner and evening gowns were ganization committee of the board of I
dilspalayed effectively byl 11 wonkn directors of the Women's League head- I
,chosen from different houses. ed by Catherine Stafford, '24.
Dancing followed the style show ac- Each member of the committee was
cording to the usual program for these1 personally responsible for going to five
parties, and refreshments were served. houses whilch contained 3- to 22
iwomen. Ther~e she explained the wo)r.k
T-Square rlinis Bazaar Decora1tions ing of the Women's League, the plan;~
-T-Square has submitted two sets of the ncw honor council of league
of .plans for. the decorations for the houses, cxplained the du .e,; of the
~Women's League bazaar. At a meet- house officers, and discus-el honse
~ing this morning, the bazaar commW# rules. The hart which i ne .League-,
tee wvill deciole on which shall be used. houses nflay in the NWo?.en> ~ILeague j1
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