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___________THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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An itemized account of all expendi-
Lures made by the bazaar committeest In the sophomore, junior, and sell-
should be sent to Rosalind Freund at I ior hockey ,games the scores were
Helen Newberry residence before Dec. tied, necessitating practically a coin-
3. plete new schedule of games to de-"
t ade the issue. However, in view of
~the fact that the freshmen have won
There will be a meeting of the execu-
tive board and the chairmen -of all I n tree games, a higher number thanofteohrtas atiso l
committees of Masques Dramatic so-:
ciety at 10 o'clock tomorrow in Bar-,o h te ls em gedt c
knowledge the freshmen as the chain-!
bour gymnasium. The chairmen of}
committees are requested to .have all pions of, the class tournament. Theyj
reports ready for this meeting. then chose two all-star teams, the jun-
iors and freshmen vs. the seniors and
gnnThomores " nlav n exibiton

to do all iii their power to make it suc- t
cessfu. No profit is realized from tirck- M OT ION[A M ( IFTY

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lets purciased at the door. a aars vW b t z ' f)
Dodos Will Give W I L L INITIATE IN
Play To Benefit Pi Lambda Theta, honorary eua
ComMunity Fund tional fraternity for women, will in it- I
____l_ ate nine members at 8 o'clock tom or-
"B~ountiful Lady," a three-act play, row morning in Martha Cook build-
;will be presented at 8 o'clock Thurys. ling. They are Mrs. Matilda Bishop,
(ay, Nov. 29, in Pattengill auditorium '24Ed, Jenne Clow, '25Ed, Joanna De-
by a group of players from Dodo so- it, '24Ed, Edna Goodrich, '24Ed, Lu-I
ciey f te bneft o th Failycule Hutchinson, '26Ed, Lila Reynolds,
ci~yforthe eneit o th Famly 24Ed, Marion Schindler, '24Ed, Elsie
W\elfare bureau as the contribut~on of; Tracy, '24, Prof. Cleo Murtland, of the
that organization to the Community Following;teiiainabrafs
fund ctivties will be served at the Polly Little Tea
Aiiy membersof the Y. XV C. A I ~ ' The cast' of eh .ra ~ '' f''f~e"* sCnopI0TR-._Jttor.rtad i pa

game at 4 o'clock today. Virginia Needham, Elizabeth Smith,a for the new initiates and Mary Kessel,
who are interested in various phases Lineups: '26; T. Mac{a rlain, Marshall Spencer, i'24 and Mary McCully, '24, will ad-
of poster making, are asked to leave Juniors and Freshmen '25L; Marion Winters, Helen Masters, drs hIewmmes
their names at the office of Newberry jrs tene emes
hal. 1Seniors and Sophomores grad.;I Dr. Horace Baly, H. L. Sense- The organization aims to promote
haif Bailey, D. Davis . . C-......... Bogan n;man, grad.; M'a Povna, Mrs. L. J. Carr; research in the field of education and i
Hays .....,, ...1... Lauver, Bowbeer Pa Povna, G. D. Sellards; Sonia Povna, to develop higher standards of educa-
Women are needed at the University I....k..........LW..... Ainsworth "Charlotte Harrison, '25; Joe Povna,I tion among women.
hos-pital to do shopping for the patients 'Searight ......R.1.... .... Lindsley 'Lisle Rose, '25; Mrs. Snodie, Mrs. Hf. The organization was established }
in the afternoon, and to tell stories to Doste; ......R.W. .. Lawless, Walker P. Scott; Mr. Snodie, Prof. E. S. Ever-naialyn197ndtecpert
the children at 6:30 or 7 o'clock. Some 'Field..... ...i.....Oghorn ett, of the rhetoric department. A. D.! the University of Michigan was found-!
who signed' during the first part of the iOhilmacher ... . .H... Haskins, Craigie( Conhey, of the rhetoric department, is !eel July, 1922.
semester to, do social service work, Ve rdier..... ,... RI..........l Hays drecting the production and C. J. Dres..___________
did not receive cards notifying theme Richardlson, Alsterlund. .L.F'...Sheldon back, '24, is assistant director. iLe'guo Votes Sumlr to Committees
when they were to appear, and theseI Lee, Hirschman .... R.F......... Kolar ,1lickets have been placed on sale at ; All class social committees have
women are asked to report at the of- IGll ............G........Ainsworthr the following stores : Wahr's book- ; eeni voted a sum of $100 apiece by
flee of Newberry hall as soon as possi- I None of the above are, sulbstiutes as store, Calkns-.Fletcher Drug store at! the Women's League board of direct-j
' ble. all are rated equally highly in ability,I State and Packard, Quarry's Drug 'ors, to be used to pay the expenses ofI
Definite reports of the 'contributions an ahwllhv nopotnt ostor~e Muehlig and Schmid Hardwvar entranetsta il egvni
of the various houses for the 'Women's IOpruiyt play during thegae store at 205 South Main street, andstedfeetcase uigtecmn
Leauebazarmus b inDen Jan Kappa Kappa Gamma has earned theI Muehlig Dray Goody store, 126 SoL!~l-'. year. The generosity of the board ivi~l
Hamilton's office today.J title of chan ipion of the iiiter-liouse Main street. probably mean increased activity-
tournament since they defeated Betsy; among the women of ,the jUniversty.
Women who have not paid their Nov-, Barbour with a 3-1 score yesterday aft- 1It's true efficiency to use l)aily
ember Y. WV. C. A. 'pledges are asked ron h ivrcpwl eega-Casfes-d.PtoieTeDiyAvries
to do so at the office of Newberry hall, edrndnprTe silercupwillh e ueingrv Ctheed.AarnieTeDal deries
as soon as possible. near future. Olson, Sullivan, Renrck,
- au Allen starred for the winning
More women are needed in the Y. W. emintscots. !Unea Display C '- Hea Ba
C. A. workshop to dress dolls. An j __________ f IdflY ftS
one interested is asked to come to thetFa y]lw r nd ho de St psfrE iig
workshop any Wednesday or Thursday Dance Ticket Sale jI ac Fo e adSoldrSrasfr1vnn
afternoon. Houses wishing to take a * Gowns.' Also k Slipper Buckles and Brilliants.
numrber of dolls to dress outside the l M deatly ried
workshop, ar~e asked to call at the ofzdeMoeatly Picd
flee of Newberry hall and get them. I Armory dance tickets are to be sold
at the- candyr booth in University hall !P Y AH N
Students Entertain Thieulty Jfor the benefit of the University of
Members of the department of phys- ,M-cldfgan League campaign fund, 1b- i38S ANS R E
ical education entertained the faculty Iginning next week, 10 -per cent being 38S ANS R E
Wedne day evening. Entertainment at the place and at Graham's and
Was provided by stunts given by thkei Wahzr's bookstores.. This is a new pro-'I
students, and dancing followved the # eet devisedl for swelling the League
brief acts. fund 'and University women, are urged PL YI G
Health service, Mrs.'Sundwall, wife of I p
Prof. Polin Sundwall', of the hygiene I
and public health department, andl othr- j ARROW SHIRTS $2450 COME EA1RLY!
cr 'faculty members were the guests of: Collar Attached. New Styles
'honer.I Specially Priced. Come Early.
__________1. .. 1 'EMER-3;35 SO. MAINI
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SPLOT OF THE STORY IMMEDIATELY.
SPRECEDING THlE SPANISH DANCE. 4
It is the evening of a great bull fight;
Sthe cafe life is just beginning to become
I gay. The gitanas are mingling, among
Sthe men of the eduicert hall, and, the
.", flower girls are plying. their trade. Le- " :
Slanda enters, in full regalia and is per-
= suaded, to recount his afternoon's ex-=
I periences in, the Plaza. Then the Cuiadro
I starts the night's entertainment of' sing-
ing and dancing. LaMacerena comies in°
e for her number. .At the end Lelauda, H4ILL AUDITORIUMm
' who is her ardent suitor, demauds his-
answer..'She tells him .that for the most MONDAY,' NOV. 26
beautiful shhawl in Seville, she, will_____________________________
Y marry him. He goes, to the shawl, shop-

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Formal Wear

With a swing of fashion, beads en-
hance the beauty of the slender lines
of the evening gown. ' Typically, pic-
turesque, correct styles-just the thingse
for the Panhellenic Ball.

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