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NOVEMBDER 7, 1923

WEDNESDAY,

THE MR."HIGAN .DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

K flflA F i3. ie winners carried the ball bd- peded nrcgressatindn de quick plays eta vs.
' PP K A iiii[[..Il ALPMi e G ve F id y oL *1 1 T o twen the posts in the first, second, and the completin of passes amost ply ,I
) ! I :~and forth quarters of the game. Pi'.itpossible, f hi
at1mtd stg ole Kappa Kappa Eammo, KappaAlh
M R S c jA Le g eP ry'Al womosn doing social service o h Themdfowilsan ta , Kappa DltBetsy Bray Daily
wore Ltedhtoho1prtl1muc ,L and, xoa
ysby eoge Brnar x a. ~ wrk tte opt'li ,i 1t Y liaApa h~ wnapac nbclof the forward line fthe oppos-
EvruUueRee sdt mes ne y um r iamfatic tie 5xfi-IhlsheS hockey tourna-
Spci~fid Articles for thte organization at the We-men's Leaguel invited to attend- a party tomorrow!1ietwe hydfae iBt il Tepaeswr l okn ne
Affar paty, 4 o'clock Friday, at Sarah('- night at Newberry hal. Invitations met he-teyfetdP tahi 'lepyrswealwoinudr
well Angell halt. Maran ~nz 4 have ben issued, but, anyone who has
rCATERER ENG~AGED TO MANAE wll" cc teprdutonI not been notified is asked to come atny- I
wTlA diuvr. acinn T h e ofutin . i h l ii~ a oi aes have beenf omitted
angutlar one, spiced up~atift>YBie"-r-e~ ero.
Improvemenns over the plans of nan d Shaw. Aurora, th e wife in uyes-- f
former yars' in1 the management of ticon, is played by Dootbv Iii ckwLll, All members of Masques and try- Fa l es L'
the t:1i an~hal interchurch and Wo-1 24, and thne itband by P hyllis Pelt I uts are requested to e present at a Fit4ra
xn.en's League bazaar which is to be '2. TIhe third anle of the triangle is meeting at 5 o'clock today in Bar- F o w a
hlied De.7 and 8 in Barb~our gynhpae ~Jnt~,a( iU~r 2 our gymnasium.
clum,; are announced by Kathryn Wood- The committee for co tuxmes consists$75
"'ward, '24, ,general chairman. of Dorothy M3cFale'i '25, and Eiia- The club leaders' training course'ORe r
Con "rtributons are to be made more Beth McDowell, '26, Margaret K il, '24I will meet at 7 o'clock tomorrow at
" ~uniform this year since every organ- is ci aiman of the properties comiit Barbour gymnasium for the first les- Perfect sh
ized'house .on the campus has been tee, asiste'd by Wenonah Cuddy, '24, son in basketry. dress, or a?-d
assigned a definite kind of article,: and Barbara Allen, '26. --ot O 0
~These articles will be on sale in boothsI_____---- All dues for Masques must be paid'ot D R'
the arrangement of which. will bhe alt- ( 1a M[beoeiaura afternon to Margartiofeyute
ered somewhat from last year, al-I 4iJL Beal, 841 East University avenue. Aft-i- and fit thatI
though allowing for approximately the IL entat(teherlwilb gone over -
same floor space. Decorations in the u and ! the names of all who have nt (
gymnasium will be more. extensive F Ir d will b'e remioved.S y e~ Ilcint
than ever before. the--I M awniktocrva tisti i1
Service in the tea room, which will - (R M1a.ik ocaatti4iei
iicucteteat icl nosWoe utpyter uirtxo "Ch y" in ualtptpairsYoug
inudthtw eatparlors adjoining s~ ~ eli.,'ecetion~ of violin, tmhms a terjno axo e e roughout,lnaqua1yOua
,the gymnasium;, will aso be increased., piano, and voal numbers have beeh$bfrdyNv 6 o daKdw tern and style. This means that the silk is
'Lunches and dinners as well as teal arranged for the first public pori 1503 Wahtna avenue. After thatChnymd;tathpteris ro htEt "
imay be ordered. A caterer has been Igvn by the combined groups of the dt h ae fths aentby 'Cheney's master designers; that the"
,engaged to take, Charge of preparing Matinee :'Asicale Student league at pi ilb otd colors are rich and popular-that the style
he food. A professional candy maker 4: 15 o'clock today in the School of is the last word in up- to-0date men's
,will also make the candy to be sold at Mu:,i auditorium. There will be an important meet- fashions./
~the bazaar, thie expense of which will Mr. EI.V. Moore, dirctor of the ing of Pi Lambda Theta at 8 o'clockTh naeC NE onte ekad
ve borne by a 75 cent capita tax on School of Music, will address the tonight, in the library of Martha Cook. guaratesqualiy onmte neal band ' *.
all organized houses. Flowers will be league at this meeting. A shot busi- All members are urged to be present. uratejqaiy fmaeilIn.or-:
~on sale bth singly and in small cor-messdiscussion will be held previous manship and"correctness"in everydtail.
g~aes, toL the recital. Admission fee for Members of the Industrial commit- T
p Aft the close of the bazaar Saturday non-members is 50 cents. Students de- tee of, the Y. W. C. A. are requestedWiht' i;b
ngIteIoro teprsett__hestese ox
'wei , b e l oor o h gymnasium siring to join the organization can s- to beprsn at the meeting at 4 I 0 hesLhseo
illbe leaed ordancing. The dance" cure membership cards after 3:45 '- o'clock tomorrowafeno inNwelstocip
ommittee is now at work onl arrange- clock in the corridor of the School berry hall. afenobie-slvesktcampki
cuets: of Music. The afternoon program is ______madblack calfski
as flo s h il' M n oi lb wl odCheney Brothers, Makers of Cheney Silk s moderately-$7.
EWSI W( MEN PREPARE Concerto in G minor .........Tantini a eulrmetnga 5oclcFtmr
FOr ~ ASALECMAI ~ Grrd renc row in Newvberry hall. 't. F. AL1. N & (C. I6'ADItAMS & CO. I
I heard a Lark Sing.........Glenn11AVk 4 CO.Ji g', }'(TjITH
St Louis, Nov. 6.-(By AP.)-Judge Oawyn.............. ....Curran Mortarboard vwill meet at 7:,,^0 I
lF'orence 'F. Alen, of the supreme Katherine Saunders 'o'locIk tonight, at the Alpha Omicron zr:s--s
court of Ohio, will be one of the speak-, Impromptu P. fiat majo r . . . .Schubert tRi house..K
~rs at the convention of the Council Grace I-Indrckson _____"-_____________
~f Jewish women to be held in this city Romance (concerto, second move-
ov. 11-16. Mrs.Carrie Chapman Catt nent)........ ..... . .Wienia :sli
also will speak, her subject being, Lucile Bellamy.
'War or Peace?"J Death and the Maiden_...... Schubert
LInterest attaches to Judge Allen's Don't Care ...............Carpent~r :-
~ddres, which will deal with legislIa- Irish Folk Song ......... .....Foote.17 !11111'
five questionis that concern Amierican Helen Martin SHOWS oluaiodbeas yomndung tdeinF haOW!pAnsy2:0-il
~ e aproadng session of congr ess, Frances Adams 20
gilseelt the introduction of several --
importhiif mnasuros, including coxsti-'I Announe p rhI
iutional amendments.I B. G. Buell, f19, amd Mrs. Buell, _____________
lafrel oohaL rso,'0,aeGIt's true efficiency to use Daily the parents of a daughter, Barbara I STARA~ Ptd',gtINGTODYIRI
lassifieds Adv. Gene, born Tuesday."

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She Closely Guarded that Inner Love--
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ONE KISS LED .T AVOTHE-

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LAST TIMES TODAY-
ELINOR GLYN, author
of "Three Weeks," has
written a thrilling romance
for the screen.

And Then'

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Marshall Neilan delves deep into
the life of Today in his latest sensa-
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frankly and fearlessly of. a man whc:
had faith in women-and of another
man who destroyed that faith.

it l is ne or the mosE DLJ~U1LJin
t hcee that Life can offer, told. rby a
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Sstars, photographed1 in Mexico and
America.

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