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THE MJCHLG.AN DAILY

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300 U If HHE DAYSl

English Peeress
'Labor Candidate.

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w I r- OPA NE 1) BY KITTY
BROAI)IEAI), '24, STILL
.lts of the Y.W.C.A. M6500) finance
aign yesterday ,showed $697.05
A in by the competing teams,.
n a total of $1,301.05 for the
days of the campaign. Final re-
will be given at a luncheon this
at Newberry hail, at which time
oped the~ drive will "go over the
eteam captaihed by- Kitty B~road-I
'24, is still in the lead, turning
.50 yesterda~y, and mnakting a total
23.50 credited to this team. There
seeral.other' contesting tams,,
ver, whichi are runnilng :close sec-

was el pecially stressed so that all wo- Louis and his bride spent part of their 'that Lady Louise and the Swedish be brought to the office of the dean of chaperone fee will" be charged,1
men in the University will feel free honeymoon In the United.States. crown prince were often seen together women immediately. amount depending on the number,
tto critic'ze and give advice. ! twsa vetuioig hc e n FEngland and France. e women -going.
1 the wedding in the Chpl Royal of Women who are planning to tak
th rpto Madisonfo the Wicni Women wl~o wish to take the
flhII fl or Hes' t. James Palace. Scarcely hadi hej gae t rip eoqauiedfo rteiscosin e!iehnron ieae"euse
o utf dl'segant! office of the dean of women. at least beatBabugm simpo tl
BEIS um TE I eenanucdwei wsrpre ~ '~>' three days before the train leaves. A'9 o'clock today.
Illi~~~~il tat ;certain authorities in, Sweden op-__________________________________
osdthe marriage on the ground that
Round two of the hockey tournament. high rank to marry the crown prince.,ueoeo h apsAtvte e- ( ~(
which started yesterday alteruocn, Then, while the genealogical experts 4 , CcockTusdaRi SrahSS
succeeded in. eliminating only "one of r were, settling this question in favor o leCate4lAnglc h sail.A nlSfreshen
the four teams which played from the the bride-to-be, came the startlin~g awl nelhl.Alfehe
contests. Delta. Zeta tied Zeta Tau news that the press of foreign. lands Land entering uppercia s women who Nvme Uit
brodcstng hetae tatLaycmissed the lecture when it was given Monday; Nvme 5, 8 P. M. Coa no eis
Alpha, s-2, necesitathg-nother egame was bohd changedthertalentaotLd beibeoewilkidyreot
on Tuesday to odecide the issue. Jetsy. = e adchngd ermid bot e-beorawlekidlerpot
Barbou owned AllaCevri oiga crownprnesay y,___' V A I RFre4
clocesse, hard fought game wth a final was going to marry anobscure Eng-! Signing out slips for the month of e AC IV A NN Amneicani Tour
scrff63 ish painter of modest income. But as October which were due Nov. 1 should Ej
Freshmen and sophomores who wishj the summer passed by these rumors'I A Fews Tickets for Indiv idua~l IDouerts Avidltibl.
tormi nt~ nnn'iit~tni were gradually discredited by the fact Daily classified for real results. - *-

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A. i~IR lES 800
T MEETIG TO0DAIY
'ix -hunred invitations have been
setouit to members of the American
#0c1ation of University women~, to-
get lr; i women1 who are eligible for
regliar or associate membership, for
t}e opening meetig of -the year of the;
An rbor brach of the organization
Nyi 1C will be held at 3 o'clock today
Prf. Joseph R. Eoayden, 4oC .he p01-
i14 sciep~ce depavtment, who recent- 1
1y returned from a trip around the
'voi-ld will give a talk -on his impres-
sl sof the Far East.
Vowels D pjtay
:.Lat~st Faslzills
'Models of they newest fashions in
cif4thes for every occasion for the fall
a~4winter .werea 'shown as an added,
attrction at the AWomen's League yes-
t~ilay. Charmnig negligees, -sport
o4,kits, street drgses and }; .its, aer-
oodinner and, evening gowns were
dia~ayed effectyely ;byI 11 wom~en
c) psen1 from different houses.
UPaning followed the style show :ac-
cording to the usual program for these
patis and refreshments were served.
T-quare Plans Bazu-. Decorations
T~-Squiare has; sulbmitted two sets
of plans for the decorations for thej
Women)~'s League bazaar. At a meet-
in tis .morning, the bazaar commit-I
tewill decide of which shall be used.

The Coutntess of Warwick
Paradoxical as it may seem,Y the
Countess of Warwick, English peeress,,
LaIbor ticket. The countess, who i& 62 i
years oldl, is an 'avowed socialist. She
will stand for election for the' Warwick
and Lea ington division of Warwick-;
shire.-
WOVEFRORGANIZE 07
hROUSES DURING OTH
Sixty-seven League. houses were or-
ganized during the past month by Dean 2
'Jean Hamilton, Miss Marion Wood, as-#
sistant :dean of women, and the reor-
ganization committee of the board of
directors of the-Women's League head-
ed by Catherine, Stafford, '24.
Each member of the committee was
personally responsible foregoing to five ;
houses which contained 3 to 22.
women. There she explained the work-
ing of -the Women's League, the plans
of the new honor council of league
j houses, cxplained the dui e.; of the
l-houae officers, and -discus ,eit house
1 rules. The part which wtoie League!
houses play in the Women's League l

tournamenat must have their sets play-
ed off by tonight. TIhis notice is final.
The seniors have narrowed .down to E..'
Lauver and A. Burdick.. The juniors,
are ready for the semi-finals with the,
exception of one match.
TO WED ENGLISH WOMAN
Stockholm, Nov. 2.-(By A.P)-The
marriage in London tomorrow of Lady'
Louise, Mountbatten, great-grand-
daughter of the late Queen Victoria
of England and -second cousin of King.
George, the present sovereign, to Guis-
taf Ado 1f, crown prince of Sweden, is
received with deep interest here. The
Swedes are eager to meet the wom-
an who, some day will become their
queen, and England is believed to be
gratified at the new royal ties tha
bind Stockholm and London into st.ill1
closer friendship.
Lady Louise is a sister of Lord Louis
Mountbatten who last year married
Miss Edwina Ashly, said to be one of,
the richest women in England. Lord:

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