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THE IM11CHIGAN DAILY

KAPP KAPPA GAMMAS
WIN SORORITY FINALS
Kappa Kappa Gamma walked off
with the championship of sorority

Maaes.Hotel
In Wdahington

Y W. C. A. AND LEGION
SELL 15J100 POPPIES'

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hockey teams yesterday afternoon
'when they defeated Kappa- Alpha
~Theta with a score of 7-0. When the
game started the Black and Gold team .
gave promise of giving the Light and
Dark Blues a run for the victory, but.:.,
they were decidedly outplayed as the t;;:
gtame progressed. Bailey, Schreiber,
and Ranck distinguished themselves
by their fast plays and neat passes..
Stewart, Hays, and Ohimacher starred
for the losers, but the entire team
seemed to lack the hearty co-operation irk"
in evidence in every one of the Kappa
Kappa Gamma's plays.'.
Class team competition in hockey be-4}:;;
ins at 4 o'clock today with a double-~
hieader, juniors vs. freshmen, and sen~-
iors vs. sophomores. Miss Sherman ?><;':""?i;:.>:<:.,:::;:;
and Miss Maley, of Detroit, will ref- 1:" :'';:;,":"::r.;...
frethese first matches. Each class : >::::. .;;;':;: :,":
team will play three games. rrrIr'::" fr ; :::?::;.
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RLIGIOUS INSTITUTE :*.
HOLDS THIRD SESSION. r }
Meeting for its third regular session Miss 3tary A. Lindsley
of the current year, students of re-
ligion continued with their work in the Miss Lindsley is manager of the
courses givenw by the 'institute con- Grace Dodge hotel of Washington, D.
ducted under the auspices of the Stu- C., the only hotel of its type exclus-
dent Christian association, at 7 o'c lock ivel y for women, which celebrated its
lastnigh inLanehal. soondanniversary recently. Many,
last niht in ane hal.prominet womeon 1have made the hotel

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l..Squiar~e w meet at 5 o'clock to- --
Returns from the sale of poppies day in the Engineering building. That the women of Grand Rapids
conducted Saturday in corumemiora-; group of Michigan alumnae have been.
tionof he ignig o th armstie iAll se' women are invrited to a! successful in the a~ctivities which they
tion of1the4signingeofate wamstcon ;brdge-tea to be heldl from 3 to 5j
wee 1,9478 Te al ws on- cloc Friday atBetsyBarboutr dri_ have carried on for purpose of com-{
ducted by the American legion aux- itory pleting their campaign quota, seems
iliary and the Y. W. C. A. and accordl-
ing to the results was even more'E evident from a report written by Mrs.I
successful than expected. The num- 'Women interested in selling candy Ar:hzur 1=. Vandenburg, '06, which. is I
ber of poppies sold was 15,700. at the Women's League booth, Univer- [being published by the. central 'cam-!
As the expenses of the sale were SAtY hall, are asked to call Lillian Wet-r paign committee and sent out to oth-
$272.55, the suin of $761.12 was turn- el, '25, at 452, as soon as possible. er organizedl alumnae groups all over
ed over to the Y. WV. C. A. for overseas, --- the country. The Grand Rap ds wo-
work, and a like sum to the Arnerican! Pi Lambda Theta will meet at 8 men have plegded $5,000, and during
legion for relief work. Mrs. T. E. o'clock tonight in the library on the their last club year they made a net
Rankin of the Y. W. C. A. said that second floor of Martha Cook buiding.j total of $2,125.
she felt that the success of the sale Approximately $370 of this amount
was due to the splendid co-operation The Girls' Mandolin club will. hold" was the net result of a fall sale which
of everyone, as was evidenced by the a regular business meeting at 5 o'clock was the first project given. Later,
number of poppies ;,orn Satur day antl tomorrow i Newberry hall. Ruth Draper gave a recital under their
Sunday. -I auspices and from this affair $1,173J
-. Attention is called to the fact~ that was cleared. A rummage sale, given
D. A. It. To ilkt Teitiorrow tEre Club Leaders' training course will :.hortly after this, added $110 to the {
Mrs. Harry B. Hutchins is chairn i meet at 7 o'clock tonighit and tomorrow fund. Many other miscellaneous ac-. f
of the Thanksgiving reminder pro- night in Newberry hall, instead of tivities, such as private dances,
gram to be presentedl at the mnontly 1BarboJur gymnasium. brought in the remainder of the1
meeting of the D. A. R. to he held at j amount.
3 o'clock tomorrow at the homze of All Panhellenic. ball committees
Mrs. F. T. McOmber, 4 Fair Oaks will meet at 5:30 o'clock tomorrow
Parkway. The executive committee; at Harbour gymnasium.

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will meet at 3 o'clock Wednesday af-
ternoon at the Chi Omega house, 1503
Washtenaw Ave.
Patronize The Daily Advertisers.

Tokio, Nov. 13.-- Prince Tokugawa,
.3esident of the House of Peers, pro-
poses the government send a gratitude
mission to America for quake aid.

Following the opening session from
7 to, 7:15 o'clock, a session until 3
o'clock was held in which three,
courses were given and from 8 to
8:45 o'clock the third period was
.held in which three other courses were
given.
Lionel Crocker, Grad., Is chairman
of the committee in charge of the in-
stitute this year. The courses held in
the second and third periods will be I
given on Tuesday evenings during the
following three weeks of this semen-
ter.
Jordans Spend
Winter In Italy
Nir . and Mrs. Frederick P. Jordan1
are spending a. short time in 'Tor-
mina, Sicily, on their return from their;
summer in England, according to a
letter received by a friend' here. Mrs.j
Jordan, who was formerly, dean of
women at the University, writes that
the climate of England did not partic-
ularly agree with her so they will stay
in Sicily until the middle of No vemn-
ber when they plan to go to Rome
for the winter.
Sicily is beatiful, Mrs. Jordanl
think;,: Taorniia is near Mt. i-tna,,
wipl theOnatiesstill believe to lb'
Polephemuzs. 'Tba y 1hve Sion{.VVlthes
Jor'a n,; ,stnes:bi xthe ;-ant lairled
into the he Trt;,:; ses
I'rof. o clzlphl'. 1 ;e..a Cl ~ihis
da.ught Ir, Elizabeth, '25, aPr-,, :.;37in
Taormina. A number' of University
people met Mr. and Mrs. Jordan in
Er gland this summer. Mrs. Jordan
says she is always interested in hear-
ing Ann Arbor news.
Appoint Welfare Bureau Coin in Ittei
Committees of the Family Welfare
bureau have been appointed as fol-
lows:" Executive committee-Mr. NWil-
liam Underdown, chairman'; financial
committee--Mrs. HT. W. Douglas,;
chairman; house commttee-Mr. R. A.
Dolph, chairman;, publicity commnittee
-Mrs. J. F. 'Shepard, chairman. The
case committee meets with the Family
Welfare bureau on the first and third'
Mondays of the month. Mrs.. John
Blradshaw is chairman.
Rings D)am hter~s To Mold Bazaar
The United Kings Daughters Circles;.
of Ann Arbor will hold their annual
bazaar from 3 to 10 o'clock; Friday
and all day Saturday, in the high
school auditorium. The entire pro-
ceeds of the bazaar will be used to'
more proper'.y equip the school for}
crippled and sick children at the Un-{
iversity hospital.

their capitol headquarters during the
two years of its existence.

AT THlE TEAE
Stcre u--Today
Areade---" Woman iProof''
' hoiua ,s 'Meighian.
Majestic-May McAvoy in
Reputation"'.

With
"Her !

V ly5lickers
(YELLOW OR OLIVE) 4 . '/
AutoUodts
(YELOWOR 6 LE)
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V~on co ts..Fv y'f <SJ L r:,S./
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Wue-rth--"Soft Boiled" with Tomi
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Orpeumi-W lliam Fairbanks in
"The Sun Dog Trail."
Stage-This 'Veek

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Go(s"-with Gloria Foy.,

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TODAY AND TIITRSIDAY

7:00
8:30

LIL A LEE

At sight of a woman he got a
ticket for speeding
By GEORGE ADE

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andl a big
gives this
100 per cent
mont v"alue

star cast
attraction
en ter tain-

SERVICE
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Arbor audiences.
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"A X'1VOM,)A'S SAL

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Tokio, Nov. 13.-The seamen have
won their strike and are back on the
job. 1

Coining Sunday -
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and Swiss Bell Rigers '

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and Evening ..
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