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THURSDAY, NOVEM(BER 22, 1923

THE MICHICAN DAILY

PACE THRM

rninn I T.pFACULTY WOMEN'S CLUB WILL books to be sold in the houses, at the gymnasium. All members are asked! Any members of the Y. W. C. A.
IU IVO j ENTERTAIN AT TEA FRIDAY r Women's League booth, University to be present and to hand in their who are interested in variou phases
rhall.committee lists at that time. of oster making, are asked to leave
The Faculty Women's club will give itheir names at the office of Newberry
ALUMNAEa tea from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock tomor- asse in indoor gymnasium will be An itemized account of all expendihall.
row afkernoon in the clubhouse, 226 gin on Monday, Nov. 26. :ures made by the bazaar committees
Soures mngalbs shreetzaahechostesses
oGA GE IN PnELasINAtrY WORK will be MIs . Seassoen.H. Juniors who have not paid their Jun- should be sent to Rosalind Freund at On accont of the playing off of the
E OF I:MN PRLIAN LARY E Gu;wldinge Mrs. . . auffn, M rs. I.J junoswohventadthi n'Helen Newberry residence before Dec.; final game in the interclass hckey
OI MICHIGAN LE AGUE 'Goulding, Mrs. CI.KauffmanMrs. or Girls' play tax of $Will be person3.' tournament, and the pop meeting to be
AAN. eien scd t. theW. hnge ally solicited during the next two held before the Minnesota game, the
Mr.'Joh~ Attention is called to the change ;weeks. By Dec. 3 the names of all There will be a meeting or the execu- Women's League party that was to be
Mrs. John R. Peck, '06, president of in date of the play to be presented by those who have not paid their tax will t ve board and the chairmen of all given Friday has been postponed until
the Toledo group of alumnae, presided the dramatic sections of the Faculty be posted in the Daily. committees of Masques Dramatic so after Thanksgiving.
at a spec'al meeting of the executive Womensday, Dec. 6,n- ciety at 10 o'clock Saturday in Bar-
to Wednesday, Dec. 5. The notices
committee of that organization which were mailed before the date was The Junior Girls' play committee bour gymnasium. The chairmen of The Girls' Mandolin club will hold a
was held on Tuesday at!chlanged. .will hold an important meeting at committees are requested to have all regular meeting at 5 o'dlock in New--
T da. At- this meeting which)' 10:30 o'clockiSatrday in Barour reports ready for this meeting. berry hall.

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An Unusual Pisplay of Fancy Head Bands,
Fancy Flower and Sloulder Straps for Evening
Gowns. Also Slipper Buckles and Brilliants.
Moderately Priced.

PUYEAR

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was called at the suggestion of the
ce fral campaign committee, inform-
atin concerning alumnae in that ,city
and neighboring vicinities .was gather-
e tgether as a preliminary to the in-
tensive campaign work which is to be
carried on in that locality.:
The Toledo women are considering
suable members 'for a committee on
publicity under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Guy Locking. They are also con-
sidgring alumnae for the phairman-
slis of other committees not yet
formed, but pnecessary for the coming
campaign.
The alumnae of Toledo have been
orY9 nized for some time and are great
M igan enthusisats, having always a
sttt ng representation in any project
of ~lie University. At the present. time
they are ;particularly interested in the1
Mi migan Union opera which is to be1
gi en n Toledo on Dec. 14. A num-
bor: of -Chose women' hold prominent
po itions in that city.
cl afmniagesale ,which came to a
closa recently, netted the group $175,
w ih will be applied to their campaign
quata fund, and the selling of Christ-
ir~ cards on commission has already
brought tn $400, 50 percent of which
r-p-esents the net proceeds to the!
clmt.
SENIOR SOCIETY
WILL INITIATE I

Club leader's training course will
meet at 7 o'clock today in New-
berry hall. The program will be on
"Club Organization and Program
Planning.";
Any women's house on the campus
which would like to take a number of
small dolls to dress for the hospital
children, are asked to call at the Y. W.1
C. A. office at Newberry hall. Although
the work in the Christmas workshopj
is progressing rapidly, there is still op-
portunity 'for more workers, and wom-
en who can volunteer their services
are asked to report today and tomor-
row afternoons in the workshop at
Newberry hall.{
All Panhellenic ball committees will
meet at 4:30 o'clock today in Bar-1
bour gymnasium.
All women who paid $1 for the chap-
eronage fee for the trip to Madison
are entitled to a refund of 25 cents and
are requested to call for it at the
office of the dean of women.
Presidents of sororities and league
houses are asked to appoint a woman
to take charge of the sale of candy in

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Hose
ivith sporting propensities
Here are the hose that will
be in accord with the occa-
sion. Brushed wool ones for
those who like the heaviest
sort, silk and wool combina-
tions in novelty weaves and
many of true sports style in
attractive colorings. Prices
range from $1.00 up.
. For Hand s
i That applaud
Chamoisette gauntlets, with
flaring cuffs that protect the
hand. Gaily embroidered or
designed with contrasting
colors in petal effect. Leather
gloves come in gauntlet style,
too, and the heavy wool ones
for the game if the day
proves too cold.

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,rmal initiation of Senior society their houses, for the bcnefit of the
m eibers will take place at 5:30 o'clock Women's f.League. Representatives
toly n the red room at Martha Cook from the various houses are asked to
biIIling. Dinner will be served later call any time from 4 to 6 o'clock to-
at the Green Tree inn. day at the league booth, University
The new zmembers are: Dean Jean hall, to receive, supplies.
H ailton, honorafy member, Rosalind
Freund, Winifred Craigie, Mildred Any women who can sell candy in
P4 ard, Marian Munz and Jessie the league booth, University hall, from
1l dall. 12 to 1 o'clock one or more days a
week, is asked to call Lillian Wetzel,
Iclilla, Nov. 21.-'Rumor has it that 452, as soon as possible.C
,\ 1 Krim, tribesman leader, was
bailly wounded by one of his own Members of Wyvern society are ask-
g cds outside his home today. ed to call any day this week for blue-

There at

Kick-off

the
in

NOW PLAYING!

TheSportingThioWear
to Michgn'sHome-Co ,ing qame,,
Univemsity of Michigan a n

smart Oxfords
Sturdy oxfords that' are
equally fashionable, are the
ones to choose for the game,
and the everyday strife as
well! Brown or black of
excellent quality.
Priced $7.50.
And if the day is cold, a
pair of the new Zipper Boots
will not be amiss! ."They are
warm, and fashioned to fit
trimly.

COME EARLY!
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Vs.
University of Minnesota

iicniI dUn anaI innesota Dot 1on
Sale in Ribbon Section, Main Floor.

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When Michigan Wins
from Minnesota

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GENERAL TICKET SALE

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TOMORROW

You'll be there, of course, cheering vigorously.
And the glorious victory will be perfect only if.
you are fashionably and suitably clad! Your yel-
low mum will want to nestle aristocratically
against the fur collar of your winter coat, and ev-
ery costume detail must be in harmony.
Coats Wound to Make
Mraya Goal
These are the coats that will make a goal at the
Minnesota game! Deep fur collars and cuffs mark
them for success. And their fabrics, whether soft
and velvet-like in rich coloring, or of sportsmen-
like weaves in novelty colorings, are worthy of
the best seat in the stands! They are all well lined
and adequately warm for the occasion. Priced
$39,50, $59.50, $89.50 and up to $165.00.

Hats
That take top honors
From kick-off to finish,
these hats will lead. Jaunty
enough to. be deserving of a
place in the stands, and be-
coming at all events, they
win everyone's approval.
£Z Smart Veil
For close play
And for close plays.there
are beguiling veils that add
charm to the eyes, bringing
out their'coloring and expres-
sion. There are many colored
veils with Chenille patterns
that will prove attractive.
excellent quality. Priced
for the game is the day prove
Priced 50c, 70c to $1.25 a
yard.
And After the
Ga me is Over
hAnd after the game is over

"Afternoon, 2 toS, Main Desk of Union
RUTHST.DENIS
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and the

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to be presented in
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