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RDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1923

TEMICHIGAN DATLY

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COMI T TEE ON SPEIAL[
1CO NSIDERS ILEAGUE CAMPAIGN
CiIAIR, CFEN FOR SIXTEEN
DISTRICTS
Names of potential leaders for the
iiixteen.Univers3ity of Michigan League
Scampaign districts of the United
~$States werc discussed at a meeting ofe
Staes were discussed at a meeting of '
~the central committee on special sub-
scriptions of_ the League, which wast
<" eld Yesterday in Alumni Memorialc
hall. This committee is working inn
co-operation with the personnel con-K
4mittee, of whih Mrs.' Evans, lholbrooke
Sis chairman.9
Mrs. Holbrook, who organized a
'~number of alumnae groups last year, t
has a wide acquaintance among Uni-n
versity graduates all over the Upited i
States," and is considered to be in ans
7excellent position to help in the worke
iof choosing the, chairman and workers
for the districts.
SThe' committee on special subscrip-p
t tions consists of Mrs. George W. Pat-
Sterson, chairman; Mrs. Momier Iheath, c
Miss Sara IWhedon, Mrs. Ralph Aigler,Ie
and Miss. Fandira Crocker.
DELTA ZETA ANDKAPPA
ALPKA THETAWIN GAMES
Hoke semi-finals were played offI
Syesterday. Zeta Tau Alpha played off
t heir ti'e with Delta Zeta. The score;
~was 2 to .0 in favor of Delta Zeta,
who them played 'Kappa Alpha Theta
Swith Kappa Alpha Theta ahead with
Sa score 3 to 1. Next week the latterI
team will play Kappa Kappa Gamma I
~,in the semi-finals.
Norma Cark, '26,. won first place.+
Juine Notley, '25, second, and Mary All-I
house, '27, third place in the archery
<tournament yesterday.
}250W Women Attend
Play And Party
More than 250 women attended the
Women's League party, given yester-.
day afternoon in Barbour gyminasium.
<Charlotte A. Blagdon, '25, was chair-{
man for the day,, assisted by the so-
Scial committee. "How He Lied To
SHer Husband," a comedy by Ceorge
4Bernard Shaw, was given by Mum-
iners drai.tic society, and was en-
jthusiastically received. Dorothy
Rockwell,' '24, as Aurora, the heart-I
.breaking young wife, was 'excellentj
in her part. Janet Vandenberg, '26,
the romantic young poet, and Teddyr,
Splayed bly Phyllis Dell', '24, lplaye-d
the ma'sculiiie'roles with a manly fen--
Sininity peculiar to Mummers.
Five pieces "from the Uinin orches-I
itra provided music for dancing after

the py)I, and refreshments were serv-
ed in the parlors oft the gymnas;Iim.
This p.arty, itxas thought, would 1)0
the last Women's L,-agu ie function bou-
fore Christma s, Inut the parties given
by the League thus f'ar lpvc been so
successful and so well rcrceive 1, the't
another may be giv;'].
AX 11' A E,14.T vA n I;% 1"AA T'£"8

feature of the uprising was the large1
propoul ioni of plublic "school pupils who
tox~k part in2 it, rifle or revolver in
hanrd. These have been treated asj
beligerents. The proportion of Wom-
en who took an active part in the
disturl'bance was equplly remarkable,
hut an amnnesty to wvomen and minorsi
is Meing generally extended.!

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in aiding cripple soldiers, the
A. for work in associations
countries w ith the purpose of
ing future wars.

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prevent-

%ch1ic ago Organst ! ro~ises Asked for Lis
All organized houses are requested
. ere For Viszt to leave a list of the articles which
_____they intend to contribute to the Worn-

!VJY4AN ~ ~ t w Palmer Christian, organist at theensl
IN R CEN RE OLT oppes nd M ms i~hrthPresbyterian church of Chi ; afternc
Nov. 9.To 1Be Sold Today cago, concert organist, and professor
.Sofia, ovJ.(By A.P.)--Question-'___ of sacred music at the McCormnack 13Berl
ed concerning rumors current ofThooiasmnr sheevitgdrf
summnary executions of imprisoned' Poppies, the symbol of the signing of rhogiasenry iker istn of
with his wife. They are the guests of barrlic,
Communists ,ind alleged killingt of the Armistice, will be worn today Director and Mrs. E;: V. 'Moore and Mr. istry F
their wives and children sinlc e along with the traditional chrysan- and Mrs. Charles A. Sink, of the Uhi-,
crushing of the recent revolution, Pre- itimern. They are to be sold on all versity School of Music. IPari
mui r Tsankcff said: of the street corners under the joint Yesterday noon' they were enter- Servic
"I have no doubt there were excess-; management of the Y. W. C. A. and tamied at a lunchen party at Foster's Thiurst
es d rhig .he progress of tlhe stru,- 1 American Legion auxiliary. Those tea room and in the evening at a revolt.
gle for the restoraition of order. As, who buy poppies are asked to wear
soon as rumors of excesses reached! then again on Sunday, which is the
the ears of the governmlent, however, fifth anniversary of the signing of the
measures were tUken by the ininistfer-!hi;nistice.j
ial council to check abuses and insure' Seventeen thou and of these sym-
strict observance of the Jaen. VWhere- bolicall tokens were placed on sale
ever evidence of illegality or° cruelty at 8 o'clock this morning, and the sale
could be discovered the g.uilty persons will continue until 6 o'clock this after-;
were imcdiately put under judicial noon.*________________________
process." The proceeds of the sale are to be
As to thme rumors that wonmen and divided equally amnong the two or-E
children hive been killed' in consld-; ganizations conduct-ing it, the Amer-
erable numbers, it was stated th at a 1 lean Legion auxiliary using its share4

league bazaar in Miss Sherman's
in Barbour gymnasium by this
loon.

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Added Features
Ita,(hrkJie Comeuly
Int. Nees and Orchiestr'a

- With-
HOBART BOSWORTII
CLAIRE WINDSOR
and Star Cast

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Ryan in "The Circus Lady".

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panion p i ctture to
''13a ck Home and
Broke." Same star,
author and director.
S>ame brand of whole-
satire a.nd heart appeal.
Same barnd of whole-
some entertainment.
By George Ache
PRESENTED BY
IADOLPH ZUKOk.

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Fraternities an4 Sotrorities

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