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17, 1'923

THE MlIHIGAN DAILY

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M~ICHIGAN LEAGUE 'Woma Dir es EET fI~
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'Mrs. Edwiard D. Pomneroy, of Chicago,
Heads Building Assoclatlon
Executives
ANNOUNCE PERSONNEL OF ALL
CyOMMITTEES FOR CAMPAW~mN1
Officers for the University of Mich-
igan League for the coming year wereI
'lprpointed 'at a 'ieeting of'the, Univer-
sity Leaguebuilding association ;which;
was hield recently. They 'are as fol-
lows: Mrs.: Edward Dwight Pomeroy,
chairman; Miss Sara "Whedon, execil-C
tive secretary; Mrs. Herbert J. Gould-
lu'g, treasurer; Miss H-elen Bates, sec-
retary. The board of directors con-
sists .of these; four officers together
with the councilors from Jackson and
Detroit. FVor" the year 1923-24 the of-
ficers of the University of Michigan
League building association are ident-
ical with those of the Alumnae coun-
cil.
Members of the central 'campaign
committee, of which Mrs. Henry Car-
tcer Adams is chairman, include 'Mrs.1
Albert S. Warthiin, Miss Caroline Pat-1
tengill, Mrs. Edward Dwight Pomeroy,'
Mrs. C. H. Cooley, Mrs. Herbert J.
Goulding, Mrs. Henry' Douglas, Mrs.
Joseph A. Bursley, Mrs G. W. Patter- il
son, Ams James Kennedy, Mrs. Evans
Holbrook, Miss Rose Anderson, of 'To-

v FU[~ IRFlST t.TTRACTS IN SPITE O ' RAIN !a
flhII~I~j Despite the unfavorable weather a '-
NVJMD[ F V EIR ;lrgennbr of people attended the-
yesterday. The bazaar is sponsored
"Scalpel," the first number of the; by the United King's Daughters' cil~-
nurses' quarterly bulletin is now on cles of Ann Arbor. Tphe proceeds a,'
sale. jo go to finance the University ho"- j
Aurela U. Potts, '24, editor-in-chief p lital school for 'crippled and; sick
of the publication, has written the children.
foreword. Dr. I. H. Friedman has ; amr aecnrbtdt h
contributed one of the leading articlesE "Little Market," where apples, pota-
in which he discusses "Caloric Re- toes and squashes are being sold as
quirement on a Few Common Diseas-! well as other farm products, usually
s.,found in a downtown marketes". I
A calendar of coming events for The bazaar will continue all day
November, December, January, and today.
February, a section titled "Class News"i I
giving a summary of the activities of; SENIOR )VOAMN ENTERTAIN I
the different classes to date, and small-; AT TEA AT BETSY BARBOUR
er sections such as the "Budget for the
Year," and "Society," are included in! More than.-75 senior women attend-
this first issue.: ed the. first senior tea of the 'year
The last article is a treatise on the! which, was held yesterday afternoon
conceit of men. It gives air approxi-I at Betsy Barbour house. Bridge was I
mrate valuation of men considering his l played during the afternoon. Flora
chemical components. The decision Callender, Isabel Mutschler, and He-Id
arrived at is that hie is 'worth about en Mutchler furnished music for
90 cents. j dancing. Dorothy Bogan, chairman ofj
--- the senior social committee, was chair-f
Patrontse The Daily Advertisers. man for the tea, having for her coin- '
tE d ki

mlittee Charlotte Ermann, Hope Halli-
ady, Natalie Glover, and Dorothy Wy-
li.
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Miss Fay Fitzpa(TI-ek
Miss Fay Fitzpatrick, of Salina,
Kans., 's vice-presidlent of the Fitz-
patrick Insurance company. She be-
lieves that business women need notj
lose the love of home and beauty in
their devotion to business interests.
Her hobby is-her beautiful flower
garden.

HAVE YOU HEARD

THE LATEST

We hIave tlee newest in Silk, Satin, Velvet Velour,

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Felt, Brusli Wool

Ledo, Mrs. Wlliam' B. Cady, of Detroit, - ~ ....~ ..~ "~VIIr't Y~iiE i1U
Mrs. A. E. Vandenberg, of Grand Rap-' syt r.EvnIobok
ids, Dean Jean Hamilton and Mrs. Na- cara ftecmiteo esn
The chairaie of the scbcommitteesnepeisoaided n her work y Mrs. Edwi
tHan S. Potter.:res;te pcil4
ue saddi hrwr yMs.EwnTecarmno h u-aomtesgesteseilsubscriptions com- 333 SOUTHr MAIN{
were 'also appointed. Miss Caroline itesmaeuofM.GoreW
Pattengill is chairman of the quotas mitteeismdeupofMr._GeorgeW
commtte andMrs C.L. WshbrnePatterson, chairman, M'rs. J. J. Walser,
works with her;' the budget committee ; r.HmrHetMs4aa h o Ii
Mrs. Ralph Aigler and Miss Fandira .:~
;~'consists of ,Dean. Jean Hamilton, chair- ,Crcer-
m an, Mrs. Walter Pillsbury and eMrs. C0ce.I E
Carl Hluber; Mrs. James A. Kennedy,'. '..
chairman of the organization commit- It's true efficiency to use Daily --I___________-I
Stee has not completed her committee Classifieds.-Add
U V RST SYMPHONY OR~CH1ESTRA
I -Samuel P. LOCKWOOD, Conductor
IGRIACE JOHN~SON ORA
jKONOLD LA RTHARD
Soprano 1 ioloiieelilst
N.AotBo r= No Adnm9issionCarge-UCildren tunder Twelve Yeams of age not ad- O
M ar iited un~less they fist obtain tickiet at the c ,hool of Music
a--Sunday, November 25, 4:15 P. M. Faculty Concert Series
.- Eating in our cafe shows you COIFNT TT PR O
the difference. The sameDieto WL AMA E HN H W
careful attention that is wgien IB L IA T E EDB -S-
meals at home s given to each, - .. SO LO ISTS IR EN E W ILLIA M S ofo rm ns -Od B atflCsu e
o f o u r m e n u s . ~~~A F S t a g e S c n y d B e u i l C o t n e
I AYB S N AY .ewTickets for loci vide l Conert's Available. .,.
DINNER HERE Tuesday, December 4, 8 P. M. Extra Concert Series
T 'Peic f o f the Pudding is in the Eating. D TOTS M H N R H SR
wVICTOR Richard ..-
-OLAR 'CROOKS
-Conducting Tenor ..
-Course Tlckets- $2.00, $100, $4.00,4$5.00 j
.+ .f' . E.Single Concerts-$.5}, $1.00, $1.0U, $2.00
C T T IN E CA-
CQRNER STATE AND MOI(NROE = I Sunday, December 9, 4:15 P. M. Faculty, Concert Series
, .-~ CONCER T BY FACULTY .
'i11l1111Ui11t-.II~i11if1111111111ll 1fl m11iifl 111i1 of the UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
No Adnils'don Chiarge-Clidren under Twelve Year's of afie not a
a-nutted. unless they first obtain ticket .at the School of Music
N e i t rweo d Wednesday, December 12,8 P. M. Choral Union Series -
EF113'11RENOWNED1
Ia- Z IMBiAM2S ILIST -
N ow O n Sale!A Few Tickets for Indiiduual CIoncerts Available. =
RED -SEAL RECORDS
948-Rigoletto--La donna e mobile (Woman is Fickle)= For infotrmation or tickets..call at the University School ofw
In Italian Miguel Fleta - Music, CHARLES A.; SINK, Secretary
Oh Dearest) In Italian Miguel Fleta
Puritani-A te, o cara, amor talora (To Thee,
1 0-in, list--Price $1 .50
953-LIa Serenata (Serenade) Geraldine' Farrar t-ja-
;Madrigal-"Tes doux baisers" Geraldine Farrar -
11 1 0-in, list-Price $1.50} .

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1 l <, .t!J L .c 11AUS 111 "£Ai~.ii 5-'- V C!tL i C'.- A tL L
Victor Symphony Orchestra
Italians in Algiers-Overture-PartII
10-in,' list-Price, 75c Victor Symphony Orchestra
19169-An Orange Grove in California-Fox Trot
Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
Dancing Honeymoon-Fox Trot
1 0=in. list-Price 75c Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
191 64-Ohe Gee, Oh' Gosh, Oh Golly, I'm in Love-
Fox Trot Garber-Davis Orchestra
First, Last and Always-Fox Trot
10-in, list-Price 75ct Garber-Davis Orchestra
191 70-I've Got a Song for Sale--Fox Trot
The Original Memphis Five
Tin Roof Blues-Fox ;Trot
1 0-in, list-Price 75c The Original Memphis Five

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To close out the balance of our stock we are making still an-
other sacrifice in our coats, and offer our-
._$75.00 lines at.:$50t 7.lieat."1.".. ..$51,66 'Made o _
- Measure
- $70.00 lines at ".".""." "$48.30 I}Mde t
r$65.00 lines at ..... .$45.00M
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,$60.00lines at ....... $41.37
Measures taken and fitting made personally by ,j.K. Malcolm,

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191 68Mammy'sittle Silver Lining
Memories of Virginia
10-in, list-Price 75c

Vernon
Peerless

Dalhart
Quartet

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