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______ _____THE MICHIGAN DAILY

President Burton and Mrs. Burton'
ll4cad LI.st for Panliellenie
Function
FIRST ALL-SORORITY DANCE
WILL BiE HELD NOVEMBER .30
Patrons and patronesses for the Pan-
hellenic ball to be given by the Mich-
igan Inter-sorority assocition on Fri-
day, N'ov. 20, at. Granger's dancing
academy have accepted the invitations
extended to them by the committee in
charge. They are President Marion
L. Burton, and Mrs. Burton, Dean John
R. Effinger, and Mrs. Effinger, Dean
Jean Hamilton, Dean Joseph A. Burs-
ley, and Mrs. Bursley, Dean Wilbur R.
Humphreys, and Mrs. Humphreys,
Dean Henry M. Bates, and Mrs. 'Bates,
Dean Hugh Cabot, and Mrs. Cabot,
Dean Allan S. Whitney, and Mrs. Whit-
ney, Dean Alfred H. Lloyd, and Mrs.
Lloyd, Prof. Arthur G. Hall, and Mr:.
Hall, Dean George W. Patterson, and
Mrs. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Staebler, Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss Mar-
ion' H. Blood, and Miss Mildred P.
Sherman.
The Panhellenic ball is a campus af-
fair for all University women, the
*tbommittee wishes to emphasize.
From 60 to 75 tickets will be availableI
at the end of the week and may be
obtained from the League honor coun-!
cil. Lydia Felske, '24, is tempora ryj
chairman for the sale of these tickets.!
TALES OF SOUTHj
SEAS RECOUNTED
Miss Augusta Delaporte, of Chica-
go, spent several days in Ann Arbor
and vicinity recently, telling the story
of her life as a. missionary's (laughter
in the 'South Sea isands. Miss Dela-
porte Is a graduate of Oberlin in the
class of '22. Her father was medical
missionary to the Marshall islands,
30 miles from- the equator, where he
spent 20 years among the semi-can- l
nibalistic savages -of the island: of
1'aru. 'Fifteen of these years he spent
in working upon a translation of the
bible into the native tongue. Miss Del-(I
aporto's gift of humor and picturesquec
recital made an interesting- and dram-
atic narrative of the adventures of
her parents among the savages. j
She, addressed the residents of Betsy
Barbour house and Martha Cook build-
ing, the members of the Y. W. C. A.
of the Ypsilanti Normal school, the
congregation of the Congregational
church and a gather ng of students at i
Lane hall.
Alumna Vkts In City ;
Mrs. Gertrude Palmter Cleverdon,
'04, of San Diego, Cal., who spent sev-

eral dlays in this city as the guest of
M Nrs. Mortimer E. Cooley, has joined
hei'r husband, Dr. Ernest Cleverdon,
in Baltimore, Md., where he is dong
research work in Johns Hlopkins un-
iversity. While in the East, Mars. Cley-
erdon will be the guest of I-enriettal
IStratton Jaquette, '04, of Philadelphia;
]Mrs. Jacquette is will known to many
Mciiigan alum nae.

ALUNAETO REPORT
PRORESOf LEAGUE
N VI YNOL~AND AU1UIN SENDS~
DETIL OF Y1 0ORKIN P THE

Ichology of the younger girl at Cob- hmahr
uinbia university last year. Ohstaefr
On Thursday evening the third les- in the past.
son in basketry will be given at. New-
bryhall. HCE
SEMI-FINALS INH KE

ATIENA t
TO

SC IITY
I NI TI A 'I

15

Athena Literary society will hold its]
initiation of 15 new nmembers at 5 l
o'clock today in the Alpha Nu roomsjz
of University hall. At G o'clock a ban-
quet will be0 given in room 318 of the l
Union. It :* in charge of a committee
consisting of Beata W'agner, '25, chair-!1
man, Margaret Buffington, '27, andi Dor'-
othy T~yler, '26. Mary McCully, '4
president of Athena, will act as toast-
mistre s, Ellen Nylund, '25, wii wel-
come the new members and Dorothy-
King, '25, will give the response to theE
welcome. Profs. R. D. TP. H ollisterft
antd Ray K. Immel, of the public t
speakig department, w:11 address the]
society. j
A. A. 'E. W. CO-MMITTEE ON
SCHOLARSHIPS TO GIVE 'EA
.Mrs. Harry D. Hutchins and Mrs.
Julius Schiotterbeck will be gues;ts of
honor at a tea which is to be given at
4 o'clock today at Betsy lBarbour house
by the state committee on scholarships
and fellowships of the Ann Arbor As-!j
sociation of University women. All
xvwomen graduate students are Invited I
to' attend the affair.

on ASTCONiT[ST SET FOR IOOA 'I -Squae will meet at 5 aCo o
Catrl o sub-committees of themorwithEnneig uln.
cnrlcampaign committees; of the Fnl nteitrsrrt lvso
University of Michigan League, will Fnlintenersoiydviso All sewtic;> women are invited to a
give reports on their work, and forth- of the hockey tournament will be play- birdge-tea to be held from 3 to 5.
er plans for extending the immediate ed oft at 4 :45 o'clock this afternoon o'clock Friday at Betsy Barbolir. dorm-
organization of alumnae groups will rwe ap ap amamesKp tory.
be discussed at a meeting of the coms-p
mittee which is to be held this morn- pa Alpha Theta. Tphe winner of this ;---
ing at the- honme of the chairman, Mrs. match will play Betsy Barbour house, The se tufeacaftrnon dramatcu
HerCre dm.the champion of the dormitory teams, cio ofteFclyWm 'slu
A report from the New England # hechampionship of campus and whllmeetf .a 2:30L. o'clck, tod am th
group as sent by the councillor, Mrs. thrivrcpsgiian fti lc oeoadr.U.BPh ps194Cm
Frances R. Russell, '13, of Peabody, ini the hockey world. ig od
Mass., wil also be read. Mrs. ltus- The game is going to be a struggle
sell, who is a life member of the Un- from b~eginning to end, according toI House presidents who are execeting
iversity of Michigan League, is doing Miss Erley, the coach, for both teams to attend Dean Hamilton's supper to-
a ge4deltoeterwih heotercan claim exceptionally*srn n night, are requested to hand in at that
alumnae from the New Engiand> statesr skillful players. Bailey, a freshman time their definite reports of the nun-
to help make the campaign a success-I on the Kappai Kappa Gamma team, has her and kind of articles which their
ful one, and personal solicitation is proved her ability in each of the; houses will contribute to the bazaar.
Sbeing mace for life memberships i games,, keeping pace with the seasoned Ote rsdtt r se otr i
M Aas sachus setts, New Hampshire. players such as "Scotty" McKay andj their reports at Dean Hamilton's
Rhode Island, Connecticut and Maine. Schreiber. Gladys Trowbridge of the ;ollice or to send them by mail.
f r _ Kappa Alpha Theta team, turned out I
t tS )CO+RMVICXI TO 'TAL to be the proverbial "dark horse" Iota Sigma Pi will hold a meeting at
ABOUT "GIRLS' P'SYCHOLOGYf" when she step~ped into the place vacat-' 5 o'clock today at Martha Cook build-
ed by Clarice Casady after her acci- ing.
Members of the Club Leaders' Train- dent, and inmeidately carried the ball I ____
ing course will meet at 7 o'clock to-1 between the posts twice, scoring the The next meeting of the Business
tmorrowv and Thursday evenings. atwinning points for her team. Ilays, Women's club will take place at 7:30

Newberry hall. At the Wednesday
night session, Miss Ethel McCormick,
of the department of p~hysical educa-
tion, will address the women on
"Girls' Psychology", Miss McCormick
completed a special study in the psy-

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Famolust Players of 3tusical Novelties
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ON THE SCREEN-
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ABSOLUTELY DIFFERENVT!
COMING SUNDAY
HAROLD LLOYD -IN "WHY WORRY? "

W'uerth-"Soft Boiled" With Tom
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7ie DENLJANDANCERS
and a Synpkony Quartette e
t, Monday, Nov. 26
Nlail Orders Start Tomorrolp, N017. 14
Prices Main Floor-$2.50, $2.00, $1.50.
First Balcony-$2.50, $2.00, $1.50
Second 'lalcony-$i.00, 75c, 50c.
Address wail orders to:
tgr. Glee Clubs, 30S8 IIc1h. Union
Enclose self'-addressed stamped envelope
Get niail order envelopes, at the Union or at all
L~ook Stores

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Announces
Its Regular Monthly Performance
Two One-Act Playsw -
SOp-W'-M Thumb" "Fancy Free" = Sunday, November 1,4:15 P.
W~ncr X I- Samuel P
WedesaNT iNovember14thl-8:15 P. IVI. =-GRACE JOHNSON
.:.KONOLD
SARAH CAS'WELL ANGELL HALL =Srx11
{Tickets 35 cents-at Graham's _- .-_---___-__
Zlhursday, lNove-0::cr 22, 8 P.
= BR ILLIANT
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Hear' 'm HM an! Hdear 'Ems Gran! Monday, December 4, 8 P. M.
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Playing Both AfternoonI VIC'TOR
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. 0_ "a n :Wednesday, December 12, a P.
five C'lowns and a Blackface-Combining lMirth and Melody --
On1 the Screen ~ a-Also-
THOS.JII. INCE'SY "THREE CHEERS" ZMB IT
- f A TwoReel Comedy 4 A Few Tie kets i'or ludivid ii
, EUTTON A NEW FABLE CARTOON - -= __

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