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16, 1923

THE M1CHTGANWDAILY

has elected the following officers :' Ly- ( I~f fice of the dead of women for a re-3
[AS CK IIAi(a Felske, '24, president; IHelen Lockef Ufund of 25 cents.' Those -who have "HCEAsceayndtartr.O !
secrtaryandtreaurer Ipot pald are required. to pay before
4IA -lO AM r A Jth notn. seilwlllaeMd
TLW I 11WE 'I hertunseca wl laealyvern Initiae ison for Annl Arbor tomorrow night.'
- Permission to ta vernight either in
wQUAI)S WILL BE PICKET) FR0M311 lrew Alembers women will board the Madison or Chicago must be obtained'c
PAESA PAMRI- Wisc olsi2 special at 9 O'clockvciy; from the office of the clean of women
FIELD Lh Wyvern, junior honorary society for time1, t0Tiiglit enroute for °the Michi- by p~resentation of a written invitation
womLn, initiated 11 members Wedlnes- ;g= n zVisetce'min game, accordling to it from the hostess before leaving Ann'
day at the Clhi Omnega' house. They! list z ceiv ~l1 by the office 1. the dea i Arbor. No permission wilt be grantedj
Class g ames in hockey will be ply;r:Mro aloCalteINg of won n. A znmber more are h- after the train has startedl. The only
ed today when the seniors meet the I don, Margaret Dixon, Charlotte lack- fling to drive. The chaperones for til~ train allowing time for a visit 00 Chi-
freshmen and 'the iuniors lmeet the ert, June Knisley, Alphra Ladd,: Helen j P(~secial trin~if are to be M1i~s arion7 cago leaves Madison at 5:40 o'clock.
sophomores at 4 o'clock on Palmer Porter, Adelaide Sherer, GeraldIine Bloodl, assistant dean :)f women, aund
field. Leery class squad will turn out Trulscott, Lillian Wetzel, and' E+velyii Mrs. Mlargaret Stewart. Moscow, Nov. 15.-The Soviet par-y
since the teams will be picked at the Widhian. A, special -"1aperona 2 fee of 7:;lainent'has adjourned after approving6
fied. rsLot~isBreval, ad i Members are chosen from the en-. cents is required from all women go-l a new flag-red cloth with a golds
fied. rs.Lois ~revol, nd issIfire class onl a basis of campus activ-i ing on the train. Those who paid one sickle, a hammer and a five-pone
Liwellyn Wilburn, of the department;pote
of hys' a edcaton wil rfere. zies, scholarship, and personality, dollar for the fee may call at the of- star in the -corner.
Judging from previous turn-outs a i Teognzto ist rmt h
large number of spectators are expect-1 welfare of the junior class and crerAte
ed to, attend,i a spirit of cooperation between thie ___________
Close competition between the class-,jno n rsme lse.Ec
es should mark the games this aft- srn ohmr oe r lce
O Wensathfitgansto membership to form a nucleus for®®1
ernoon. the Wednesday ththeffolowingmyear
th raiaintefloigya.of the touinament ser.es were~ held,j In fall they in turn select miembe~crss
resulting in a victory for the freshmen frmtejno!ls ocmlt h
over the juniors with a score of 1 to 0, ranks, ____
while the sophomores tied with the r_______
seniors 2 to 2. All the teams showed Tld lma oile 'm1A *M r
good playing and fighting spirit. M~'iss Tld Auuue oMe Members of the executive commnit- SUNDA PicurYN'or
Theresa Maley, of Detroit Teachers'te fth!old gou.f ihia
I te oftheToldo rou cfMiciga ,Fascinating than
college, and Miss Wilburn, acted as.amr
refereea. are planning a special mieet-!
ing which is to be held Nov. 20 for theGra t ,
This year three games will be play- purpose of making out campaign lists. th1re t Stg
ed by each class team with a chain-I Several prominent alumnae have beenPly
pionship game to determine the winner ;invited to attend the meeting and to,-
of the season. The two teams having give their' assistance in the maztter.
the highest percentages will play in{ Mrs. John R. Peck, '06, is chairun" . ofl
the final game, the executive committee.
The interhouse championship game_,"f
which was to hav'e been played yes-I Senior women to EnlerIiin at T n
terday between Kappa Kappa Gamma All senior women are invited to t?e
and Bletsy Barbour was postponed, and !rOetaaddnet egvnfo
is scheduled for 4:15 o'clock Thurs- 3 to"5 o'clock today at B~etsy Byari"-ur-'
clay,' Nov. 22, at Palmer field, house. Th'is is the first class; affair !
> t
° !given this year'and new girls are p3ar- Sr-
~ticularly urged to come. Refreshments e ersmns "
will be served after the bridge party.
1*11 13Hele. Dlbrige,'24, Dorothy Wylie,
'2,adMarion Taylor, '24, will pour.
! = RPhotoplay f
All girls who can make posters or I f L VE UX R
who would be willing to do some work,! AT THlE THE ' ATES ILOVE. UX R
to -help make money for the University arnd A GH
oMihgnLaubuligaeakdto call Doris Crouse at 452, or sign up t< ;I:
on the list which is posted in Bairhour' Svren Today
gymnasium. . l '-wl) 11118r C }L' "

*Allf members of Mummiers who can
usher for the Masques play on Tues-
day, Nov. 20, meet in Hill auditorium
at 9 o'clock tomorrow. Those whio
wish to usher but cannot be present iA
that time call Mary Lisla Zang, 3404,
or Gertrude: Marks, 1163-M, as soon as
possible.
A few house presidents who attend-
ed Dean Jean H-amilton's supper Tues-
(lay evening, were obliged to miss Dr.
Bell's health lecture. They will.. be
:allowed to make up the lecture by re-
S porting to the departuienut Qf physical!
edu cation;
Optional dancing will be given at 4
'cloek Wednersday3s in Barbour g ym-,
nas'iSil, )t .flyiing withii Wedne}C'sday,
Nov.1. EeI e v h9 °610 :ros interested
is u'd ctI~I out,
ilojnor Colnell Elects 'Oftlcf~rs
The Honor council of League houses

yI Arcade--"A Virgin's Sacrifice." °
IMajestic---"The Eternal Strug-
I gle."
jI Wuerth-"His Wife's Husband,"
I and Mark Twain's "The Prince
and the Pauper." E
Orpheum - "Railroaded," and t
"Her Dangerous Path." j
I Stage-'l'ids Weekj
Garriekt (Detroit)- "Up She
Goes," with Gloria Foy. I
t s true efficiency to use Daily1
Classified s.-Adv.

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TODAY
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2:00-3:30I RIEGULAR R:CES-.:30
ARE WOLF-DOGS CAPABL OF DISC.INGIJISHI NG
BETWEEN FRIFND OR FOE.?
WOE OF TIM THRILLING (TIA1XES IN

FEATIURING

Griffith
AND A BIG CAST
TIIE stirring drama of a brave girl
who faced her enemies and fought
them in the dark aided by her wolf dogs
and a brave man who was willing to give
all and ask nothing.
Tp HERE is a touch of another day
in the far north; a breath of chiv-
alry lingering in the scent of the pines
and firs.

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