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3DAY, NON;EM BE+R 27, 1923

THE MICl-HIGAN DAILY

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____ ___ ____ ___-- ----. DR. ADAMS WILL
IBIIIONLFBESBMAN "Dncing The ighest Medium y ' ( ADDRESSWOM E Nl
TU IN PUJY SIT FOB DC.1Of Spirtul Expressi'on "Wrh ^-D.Rndlh0.Aas
;~~the Clrcnts lb ray, il s ea t '- - teonheei
.- M.- ------------___ scn etn of theyear of theAnn
XR . ARION L. BURTON WILL It is not true that a person wh o does Sunday. Since hie has ben demobilized Arbor branch of the Aier'can Aso'-
HE I) LIST OF PATRON- athnasawythonwhknws ain f nvrt Tm Yic s
ESSES athn1i.awyete2newornoshghs given this ae terpreta~ion in aino Uiesy ' e nwih
"___tems bu t"si e hw St. Mark's o te Bowery and various to be held at 3 o'clock Saturday in
I th mot aoutit, sad Td Sawnother churches throughout the cou- Matha Cook buiding.
Preparations for making this year's when addressing the major students of try. I All women who are eigibile to regu-
-Preshman Spread an even greater sue- physical education, and othr zcr ; Quoing from ihavelock E+llis, whose lar membership or associate member-
'mss than any given heretofore are ested in dancing, yesterday afternoon.! book called "Trhe Dance of 1.zfe, Mr aip acordng to the rles of the as-
-rpdygigfrad eebr~"We often wandler- into things for rea ,;hw omnshihyt noei sociation are cordially invited to at-
ons hic wedon' anlyz. Tear and erstedci in this mode of expression, t d~meig
Is the date set for the affair, wich will I yeLrs ago when I waodst incolleg, 1?he 'aid, "D.saning is not only the su- Ila _C______Co~rrrte t:tet
-gst from. 7:30 until 10:30 'o'clock. - t~c ob ehds iitr- rm aietaino yia ie '!I~!1 orn~~ef
Red and silver are the colors to be lsee what happened to mne." "owever, but te supreme symbol of spiritual! Plas relative to frther xtedig
rased for decorations. Freshmen alone Mr Shav7n regards his change in voca- life,' the organiation of alumnae groups
'~l eev aos h ihgntion merely' as "an enlarg'ng ad ex- _________ throughout the United States will be
Tlroubadours, a five piece orchestra, paning of his form of exrssion of discussed at a meeting of the central
is to furnish the music, Ideals rather than any change in pur- Daw.4n, 5. T., Nov. 26.-At noon to -_____I.___________
A':he patronesses areas follows: Mrs. pose in life, "Fo," catinu ce~e Vii. day the Yukon river was frozen over
tarlon L. Burton, Dean Jean Hami-;Shawn, "at that time, I was frmy conr-'here for the first time this winter, the,
latest date in the memory of the 01(-f , ,
ft~n, Mrs. J. R. Effinger, Miss Marion inced that I had a purpose in' lie, s sudugJ eAig ntetr/ )e M N~
Blood, Miss Mildred Sherman, Mrs. We cget overdothat"latidr!" inthe ter-/
M. E. Cooley, Mrs. Emil Lorch, Mrs. "'Dancing is the higest medum ~ or,.___-______
Hugh Cabot, Mrs. HI. M. Bates, Mr,. spreitual expression," M.Sana-~-
A.. S. Whitney, Mrs. Joseph A. Burs- 8td.Tehig which dewyMes ~
lecy, Mrs. W. R. Humphreys, Mrs. RtIS.De tadM. hwnt-@h ' ' T'lE l WATI' la
Gecorge W. Patterson, and Dr. Mar- le a atitswa-th-fctt(t hI
artBl.both believed that (ancing was an ex- ,
pression of religion. I Screei-Toray
~ Miss St. Denis used to give what wa'v:
called the "Rhada" dance, in which (rj c -a
C m en!! she took the part of a Brahnran oddess i -"eTdast ani
° 1vwo leaves her altar to dance Ithe Wrd ihBr yel
'ing way to gratification, expericna I(+
Juirwoe h fray esndespair and desolation, andfialby Mjetc h Green Goddes"S M
are unable toacasecrstthte light o rt findiug tegle
vwimei assigneed to them for the Fresh- lily of spiritual peace. "This was tro' , Wuertn Own Witer'lTh
-mAn Spread are ractsescto the - foft he,"siveMr.Seans"thfi naly-I v 5frt,.il7n". li5I. Permanent
Iclte with Jessie pau,'6 teoe had ventured to dscard the con- _
Gznima. Phi Beta house, sometinie be- ventional attire and dance almost inrp F--"nem~es o oen"
fore Wednesday. I the nude, and the first tme a spiritual At ih
lesson was intended to be geaenedn
Members of the basketry class con- from a dance of this kind."
ducteda3 by the Y. W. C.h A.- will meet rce Before the episo war, in 1917,f Mr. broad- hawn { Wek.
at 7:0 ocoktngta'e-rciedtepriso fabod NO
berry hall, to start enameling the has- min mnster in San Francisco to ((IBOADWAY Al 4"' STREET
kets. Those who cannot come at that dance the whole church service orH MToPou- N mA RouS bm.
time are asked to bring their baskets Cric(T t ot "le e il's rIzx NEW Yx
tthofieiNebryIhIbeoe The Faculty Women's club house on! I Discipline", by the Theatre Guild(---W
that time. 226 South Ingalls street will be closed Repertory company.
All committees for the Panhellenic to all organizations on Thursday.
ball will meet at 1; o'clock today in Th-aynrs 'f h Fclt o
Barbour gymnasium at which time al e' lbwl o ettmro at
money in the hands of the committee en clu ilnonettmorwa
must be turned in. eron - - TH UP E
Bes abu os sslig There will be a socal meetng of the "is
Women's Educational club at 8 o'clock R V E____
Christmas Cards for the benefit of0 tonight, Si Barbour gymnasium. All1 a Sarah (aswcell Angel 1-tall
the University of Michigan League. mmesaeugdt epeet
Orders for cards will be taken at Bet -__embers ___are ___urged___to__be__present._
sy Barbour, at the League candy ____
booth in University hall, or at the -:----- - ------- ----
League table in Foster's Art store l
on State street. Ir
All articles for the 'Women's League : I $ P. SCHULBL£RG r . 4.
B#jaar must be ready by Dec. 1, when IL
ywill be called for. The name of s
t house donating the article and the G f
priceo should accoxnlkany it.
The Graduate Women's club will that
not hold its regular weekly meeting to
day becaue of the plays at Hill audi-
toriumi. There will be a mnetig at 4 4 Ev erybody .~ I -
o'clock next Tuesday in I ty Barbour
dormitory. -y-oscIV1 metLikesLI
pomnptly at 7 :15 o .'lock tonight. The 'WI I
eting will be dismissed in plenty of -.
tine for the Oraorical association pro-.I
g ram.1ll
I-We shall hae fresh stock ready *
'"-iiiill1itiiIIIIIu iItIIIuhllwiti##t14 - for you before you go home.I
All sizer, tup to five pounds. 1_ ___ _
(11 IIIEeat(1irin
Vassr LuL -LE~bL -NEXT SUNDAY
r 'A S C F 'l~'E & ' I Y L I I I , - r . I l f l " , I . .
,.,nde:A w ear ;STATE ANID PCIi RD TiIll F
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-For theset
Schilly das-
SS isRbeNov- We Advertise it As GREAT! a-
Sikow~oo ask any one of the thousands who have ahready seen it.
=: an You can't find a person who didn't like it.
= It Closes Tonight-Cannot Be Held Over.
Wool-all styles
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wI Attr-action (Compilinig
L4JL JWith the Renowed. Actor- All of tihe IKnow Ele-
~ Clohing toreAlice Joyce and D~avid Powell
- -Specil IThank~sg'ivinig Bill -
DOWNTOWN ~JCI OGNi CRU AS
SOON-1tV ARF% UT'S PENN SYLVAN IA S.
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cc npaign committee which is to be
!?(,d at 9:30 o'clock at the home of
ile chairman, Mrs. Henry Carter Ad-.
amas. This almunae organization is a
1,c-,minent structure although it will
be largely used in the immediate fut-
ure in the interests of the campaign
frthe University of Michigan League
1;u: lding.
_'V. I. C. A. Gilves Program
Five nemboersl of the University Y. '
V7. C'. A. gave a program last eve-
ning, at the Adrian :dome for Girls,
Adrian, Mich. The program consisted.
of violin numbers, songs and piano se-{
lections. Thiis the first of a series
of enltertainmFents which are to) be
g ive n each mont~h at the home.

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FAMOUS STIGE SUCCESS
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NOTE :-This Theater will run a Special Thankgiving
Matinee with full orchestra. Shows at 1:30,.3:00, 4:30.

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A MYSTERY!

STRANGE--FASCINATING--THE
MYSTERY OF SOUTH AFRICAITS
HEAT MADDENING DAYS ON THE
VELDT-IN KAFFIR KRAALS-ITS
GLORIOUS MOONLIT NIGHTS ON THE
KOPJES-WHERE GATHER THE BOLD
ADVENTURERS FROM THE ENDS OF
THE EARTH--MEN--WOMEN--TO WOO
CHANCE-TO GAMBLE-TO FLIRT--TO
RISK ALL, EVEN LIFE, FOR GOLD--FOR
DIAMONDS-TO BEDECK, MILADY THAT
CREEP INTO MEN'S SOULS--THAT
HOLDS THEM IN THRALL-THAT THEY
LOVE-THAT .THEY HATE-THAT THEY,
FLEE-=BUT TO WHICH THEY EVER RETURN
-CYNTHIA STCCKLEY'S AMAZING ROMANCE
OF PARIS AND SOUTAJ AFRICA--IN WHICH A
WOMAN MASQUER ADE S AS A MAN.--TO SAVE
THE ONE SI-dE LOVES-HE~LL BENT FOR DE-
STRUCTION BY WAY OF ANOTHER WOMAN'S
FALSITY--AND P ONJOLA-QPRINK.
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