91 23 w, THE MJCHI7GAN DAILY PA,
~~IJtIBARifCES pfNEB omiesBugS HCEY TOURNMENT
and May Do", and "Treasure Hunting
of Today"; "Teaching as a Vocation";,
w omen"Law", "Some Myths of the Law"
0 fl~ Cfland "The Law", by Dean Henry M.
__________________ Bates of the Lo~w school ; "Medicine",
. . " Research in the Medical Sciences",
All women who have, been making "The Profession of Medicine", and,
posters for the Panhellenic ball are "The Lure of Medicine".
requested to deliver them between 2!
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31.L)IBERSHIP DUES MUST BE PAD]
BEFORE AWARDS ARE
Membership clues must be paid to
-;the Women's Athletic association be-
fore any honor. points. will be given
,any_ consicration. The following is
,the new system for awarding the points
dlevised' by the athletic board and in
use this yea,,
First team...... ...100
Squad . ..........25
Coaching, 1 hour~per week . .30
SArchery--Fiirst place ..,...30
Class championship.,... ,...35
University championship, run-
-U1niversity championship . ..50
Qualifying .n preliminary
: second place .............20
Third place ......... ....10
Passing first test:...........30
"Passing set ond test ......50
Participation (each time) . .10l
~Fins~l.' in the hockey tournament
r, y Y ~d~r l " ! ill be played off next week according
tito the pres'ent schedule. Kappa
Kappa Gammna'earned a place in the
.4 ; somi-finials yesterday afternoon when
they defeated Xappa Delta in a close-
ly contested game. The final score
"r .. ...::::::: x., 1 ,was 4-2. Neither team could lie cer-j
tain of the victory until the last
s z 4:whistle blew, due to the fact that
x 1)0both of them were well matched and
good team work was in evidence on,
both sales of the field. The vocal sup-
' -poro t a spectators was an import-
} 4, <lant fctor in every stage of the game.^
Chel~ers and1 yells of every description
encouraged loth the winners anti
The winner of "the Delta. Zeta vs.
' I Zeta Tau Alpha conflict will he de-
termiined at 4:15 o'clock today when
' j they eet to play for one quarter.
This is a continuation of the game
I playeir last week. At 4 :30) o'clock
lKapp Alpha Theta will challenge the
'winner of this game.
mrs. Edti McClure Pafferi-I Parity To Feature
Mrs. Edith McClure Patterson, of jL[ iion Orchestra
Dayton, Ohio, isehairman or 1budglets _
of the' General Federation of I' omen's ! "o -cIe oI-e -ubn"
'Clubs and -a nationally known lecturer'"lo IeLidtHrHsbna
on chi ut syc'ootya n of a o ;n George TBernardl Shaw comedy pre-
y . . «~ig scanted by Muml.mers' society, and a
away T. "1'l .its' aiCia~ii t Vly' five-piece Union orchestra are to lbe
she insists. special features at the Women s
League party which will take place
from 4 to 6 o'clock today in Barbour
IS ENTOR SOCIETY gymnasium.
L SME B R The p~lay will be presented in Sarah
-' Caswell Angell hall. Following the
play there will lbe dancing in the
CanaL 4t o ',iocK togaL to mariLU wYdI icks ' j ir -onki z)UI'112e IDanAiY2averisersJA.
all, '24, at the Michiganensian office.j
IIUnless a notice is posted- in Barbour i
gymnasium to the contrary, the arch-
ery contest will be held at 4 o'clock to- "i
All organized housbs are. requestedt.!
to leave a. list of the articles, which
they intend to contribute to thF baz-,;
aar, in Miss Sherman's office, in Bar-
bour gymnasium by tomorrow after- iI
All dues for Masques. must be paid TIaffe ta Pillows }
before Saturday afternoon to Margaretj
Beal, 841 East University avenue. Aft -onl Special Sale
er that date the roll will be gone over I s Today cand Tomorrow 4
and the names of all who have not ?
paid will be removed. :f$.9
Women must pay their junior tax of hr sasl fbih aft
$by Friday, Nov. 16, to Edna Kadow, !.asl fbihIaft
1503 Washtenaw avenue.. After thatl pillowv~s from which to choose
date the names of those who have not!I several to brighten yodtr room
paid will be posted. I« or to give for holiday gifts.
cThey will add a. cheerful and
joflnote to your, room, these
53.0.1. PUgreyS falIESdays.
They. are made of a good quality
6O OCTIONIALPAM PHLTS taffeta and come in plain colors,
bupink, roses or honey Dew,
or in, changeable silk. Gold
Adopting an innovation in' its poll- braid trims them attractively,
cy, the Vocation committee of the S. n yuwilfndtemwl
C. A. are publishing a list of pamph- wn orth tilsle item$ we8l
lets to be read in: connection with wotthsalprc-$.8
their campaign to aid individuals in ? MACK'S SECOND- FLOOR
trying to find the proper life work.
The following. is the first of these
lit . T e a e o ti e tefirst floor of the University' library. 4 $
"Agricultural Research as a Ca-
reer", and "Agriculture"; "The Field
of Chemistry", "What' the CGiHay. Done......... «
. , ,
consecuitve days ........ 20 honors
Qualifying in prelim nary
First place ..........50 honors
Second place ... ........30 honors
Third place ...............10 honorss
For each contest...........10 honors
Team ....................100 Honors
Not more than 1009.po~nts can bej
carned'in shoots per year. This does
not include the 100 points won for
making the team.
Membership.............. 20 honors
Sport Managers .... .....30 honors
Terearer....... .........50 honors!
Recorder of points......... 50 honors
C~ptalns and Managers of .eams
Basketball,. baseball,, hockey,-
and tennis3.........0 honors
Additional aWarid§ of 10 honors are
made for four ter ods of- an hoar min-
imuni on four different. days within two
weeks time limit' of tennis,' skat~ng.
skiing,, horseback riding, goilfing, pad-
dlinig and swimming. For the laftter
the time limit is three weeks instead
The insignia for the aecumiihation of
athletic honors are given as follows':
300 -points, arm band ; 600 p3oinzt, pin;
and. 1,000 points, swveat e r wiax insig-
nia. All honors w on ai e to be'repo3rt-
ed an slips oxf apexr zdepost !e;d- in .the
box provided for that purpose. near the
athletic bulletin board in Barbour
.Scnlor society, honorary or ;aniz- gymnasium and refreshments will bej
alion for independent women, elected I served. A large attedance is antici-
six m-embers last Alonday night. They Ipated by the social committee since
Iare: Dean Jean Hanilton, honorairy~ its efforts have been centered on only
member, Rosalind l+'reund, Jesi two parties this fell.
-Blendall, Winifred Craigie, Marian'
Munz, and Mildred Packard. !iutia- London, Nov. 8.-Chaim Weizmann,
tion into the society' will take place 1 \Worl Zionist president, will sail for
on Nov. 19. America, Nov. 24.
- After Shaving
Soothes ' and Comforts the Face
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Arcade--Marshall Nelan's "Thle
Majestic- ~Held to Answer."
'Wuerth-"If Winter Comes"
Orphe um-Edna Murphy. in "Her
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AND A BIG CAST, IN
Troin the Widely
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Ryan in "The Circus Lady"
Garrick (Detroit) -- "Up
TUES09Y, NOVIMBIH 13
COMING S UNDA Y-e
That's just what you'll- say when you see the new styles, tl~e
handsome patterns and rich colorings in the Fall exhibit of,
You won't have to look further for the style you want when
you, seer these, clothes. They have it all, the right detail of
lapel, shoulder, body line, sleeve, and hang of the trousers,
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