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TI{URSDA1Y, NOVEMIBER 8, 1623

THE ICHIGAN DAILY

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ADYISOR TALKS TO,
PONICALMA

Mfrs, Molly Price Cowls De a beg
ganuization of, Campaign
Dilstricts

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FITED)A DlERF EXPLAINS
WORK OF UNDERGRADUATES
Mrs. Molly Price Cook, campaign
Vdvisor of the University of Michigan
League, and Frieda Diekhoff, '24, un-
dlergraduate representative of ;,the
,eague, attended a 'dinner which was
given last night by the Pontiac' alum-
riae at the Lone Pine Tree inn on the
Pontiac. road. Mrs. Cook gave a short
talk in which sne Oes'ribed the plans
of the Central Campaign committee
anid of the organization -of the 16 cam-
paign districts throughout the United
States, emphasizing the necessity of
co-operation of all alumnae with the
AluniI'association.
Miss Dlekhoff- spoke in behalf of the
women of the University of Michigan,
in which she: told of the nature of the
work+id6ier by the League during 1922
and outlined their plans for the year.
She brought out. the fact that during
the fiscal year up to June 1, 1923, the
undergraduattes had ;liven $3,000 to the
campaign fund and an equal amount
to the University of Michigan League
bulding fund. The sum total that has
been, made since the campaign began {
from the various activities of the alum-I
nae and undergraduates, which Miss
Dlekhoff explained at length, is es- 1
timated at $100,000, although not all
of this -amount has been. collected

GreaestThe Y. W. C. A. Christmas worl .. 1phere will be a meeting of all corn- IPORTIA LITERARY. SOCIETY
Jap n' G ea es shop will be open from 2 to J o'cl.ock mittees for the Panhellenic ball at W ILL D)ISCUSS VNIVEI{SITIES
j Business Wloman today in the south parlors of Newberry i4:30 o'clock this afternoon n Barbour
hall. Women who wish to ass st in! gyminasnium, "Universities" is to be the topic for
the making of toys for the holpita I; discussion at the meeting of Portia
ehiblrcn ar'e asked to comic at this! Mortarboardl will bt at 7:30 Literary society at 7:15 o'clock to-I
" ne. o'clock tonight at the A0lha OmicronI night in room 302, Mason hall.ra-
- Pi house. ' ous phases of the university movement
rp.1e Girls', Mandolin club will meetI - in Europe will be presented by Mabel
:":.r":.:}.:":"::at ; oclok today in Newberry ball. Daily classified for real results. August, '24, Margaret Lord, '26, Grace
::":::.: ~~~~~W H A T A R E Y O U D O INGle -~m .a d u
siie irn u~ FRIDAY AFTERNOON?,
Have you hopes? We have
:. for ____fullichest of them. "Obey I
j~t~ ve ingthat impulse" and phone
452 for tickets to tea on Fri"-
" ~day, November 9, 30 cents.
E Strikingly attractive are the silver brocade ,pumps form
wear with the evening gown. They have Junior 'Louis .
Vlnme. Yone Sauk1i heels -covered with the brocade and are moderately priced ; ..
Mine. Yone Suzuk i is conmmler$1e.50
Japan's greatest business wYoman. Shec ┬░-$l0..'
is 71 years old. In 1893 she was leftcc'
a widow wvith a small sum of money 'SCN FOR
from her husband's sugar buginess.
She went into business and failed, :
started again and is now worth G5
million dollars, and is hlead of the in- * A
ternationally known firmi of Suzuki
and company. =},-
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The club leaders' training course IO L H E
wNll meet at 7 o'clock tonight atTH E
Barbour gymnasium for the first les- fd
son in basketry,- DA YS LEFT TO SEETee C
All clues for Masques must be paid

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since ysome outstanding memberships
still, remain to be paid.
A reception was held. following thel
dinner which was attended by a large
nu~mber of women, including the of-
ficers of the Pontiac group, Mrs. F. S.
Bachelder, president; Mrs. A. D. Rik-
er, vice-president and councillor; Miss_

Ethel Lighterness, secretary, and
Laura Julian, treasurer.

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before Saturday afternoon to Margaret
Roa 2 41FAnt Unv o git~y ~U!~~

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I t'1(IL ~ I (ii er that date the roll will be gone over
Mllasques On Sale!an the names of all who have not
paid will be removed.
Mail orders for Masques' annuali Women must pay their junior tax of
pi~oduction "A Thousand Years Ago,"
which will be presented Nov. 20 in $1 by Friday, Nov. 16, to Edna Kadow,!
1-ill auditorium, should be addressed to 1503 Washtenaw avenue. After that
Catherine Stafford, '24, at Helen New-{ date the names of those who have notC
berry "resi,.ence. The prices of seats paid will be Iposted.
range from 50 cents to - $1.50. Maill
orders' will be appepted and filled in Members of the lndu qtral.ccmnit-
carder of their receipt until Nov. 10 tee of the Y. W. C. A. are requested
when tickets will Abe sold on the cam- ; 0 be present at the 'meeting at 4I
pus. ;o'clock today in Newberry hall.
Kappa Kappa Gamma and Kappa1
ENR LLMET JATE I Delta will meet at 4:30 o'clock today
FOR' TEACHERS SET' at Palmer field to play off their see-
ond round in the hockey" tournament.
The atesetforthealiualenrll-Both teams will be laboring under d'f
The elae st fr th anualenrll-ficulties due to the continuedI incleentn
menu of students desiring teacher'jwahradtesbeun ud
posiions nes yer isNov.12.ground. The teams are well miatched,
Mims Margaret Camneron, secretary ay~d the contest will in all' probability
of the School of Education, states that be a close, hard fought coitest. Spec-
from Oct. 1, 1922, to Oct. 1, 1923, the tators are invited to atter all of. the
bureau has received 1,160 ,,notices of games in the tournament.
.vacancies, with 299 calls from super-
intendents. Out of an enrollment of __ __-
567. 459 candidates were placed in Ii w

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STARRING
PERCY MARMOT

-COMING

SUNDAY-

"SOFT, BOILED"
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TH"E GEORGE TTE

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teaching positions in the last year.,
Calls were received from 39 states
and territories and the Vnivergiity
placed people ,in $8.I
Athena Society Reviews Ku Klux Riau
Various aspects of the Ku Klux
Klaln were discussed at the .meeting of
Athena society, Tuesday. The speak-
ers were ?Charlotte Harrison, '25, El-
lura Harvey, '25, Mary Barret, '25, and
Beata Wagner, x'25.
It was decideed t hold the initiation
of! members at 5 o'clock Tuesday. jA
committee was appointed to make de-
finite arrangements for the affair.
Organizations Miove Headquarters.
Organizat ops formerly quartered┬░ in
the Community house, 402 South Main
street, are established. in their new
home at the Chamber of Commerce,
Fourth and Ann streets. The baby
clinic meets every Tuesday and Friday
afternoons' on the second floor of the
Chamber of Commerce.
Havre,- Nov. 6, 1923-The liner, Par-
is, bound for~ New York, has aboard #

TODAY
.FRIDAY
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SATUR-
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lay of, society's
wets, and furwaU
of ide' ives
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many inn-keepers of Europe, going, to
the World Hotel Congress.
Romne, Nov. 6, 1923--The fifth an-
;nlversary'of the Armistice with Aus-
tria was celebrated with masses for'
the war dead throughout Italy.

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Eternal Three."~
Majestc-"Held to Answer."
Wuerth-"If Winter Comes"
Orpheum- "'When Love Comes."

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