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TUESDAY, OCTORu7, 1924 IHE MICKJQAN DAILY~

IESUE, HOUSES TO BE
' ORGANIZED BY WDMEN j
"VEMBEI{S OF CO3DITTEE 'F TO
DISCUSS L~EAGUE RULES
Y WITHI HOUSES
4 EIvery. league house will be .organ-
Aized within the next week, accordling
. ,J a special 'comm ittee-which has been
!ornmed b y the Women's League. S l-j
;ly Walzer '25, is chairman. lDean
lamilton has personally instructedj
n embers of the committee so that
hAtlere wil be no misunderstanding in
:egard to matters concerning the or-
'anization of houses.
Cases of discipline that cannot be
janaged by' house presidents are to'
oturned over to a judiciary commit-
ce council of five representative wo-
men. Only extreme cases where stu-
'ent control has failed will be brought
to the dean of women's office.
Absence excuses will not be ac-
oxcpted for Friday or~ Monday unless
the; y are written by a (dormitory head.
iAn increasing tendency to cut classes
nthese days has mnade this neces-
4..Memnbers of the conmmittee will dis-
cuss rules and organization with the
house members and presidle over the
election of a* temporary president.
H 1ouses containing more than 19 girls
will also have an executive board.
Rlegular elections will take pliace one
month. after organization. Govern-
anent 'by representation in the Womn-
cu's League will be stressed.
M ararboard Sells
' Imported Gloves
Unusual new san'.ples of gloves
wil be, on display in University hal
from '2 to 5 o'clock today and tomnor-
y row. These gloves are imported from
.7 France, are of fine quality and rea-
sonable in pri:re. All women on the
campus are urged to see this assort-
ment. Orders must be in before Wed-
nesday night.,

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sketches this year at the Women's play. These are to be selected at the
League parties, according to officers, first meeting of the society which
j of the orgnnization. In 'addition there will be held at, 4 o'clock today in
will be a ntionthly play and one long Barbour gymnasium.

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W4/omen InI Politics ENPATC
To Be DiscussedFO
At Open Meeting, INTRAMURAL HOCKEY
Athena Literary society invites wo- iitamrlhce rcie r
nze wll ar inerste indebtin 1being held between 4 and 6 o'clock
to attend the open mieeting of the every Monday and Wednesday. It is
society whlich, will be held at 7:15 emphatic that every organized house
o'clock tonight, in the Alpha Nu room, on campus sign up for entrance in
fourth floor of IUniversity hall. the tournament immediately on the
Dorothy Cline, '26, has charge of the -ultnbadi abu ynsu
p~rograin.rThe topic of - the eveningI in order that 'drawings for the tour-
"Wome in olitcs."nament may be made and the results
The principal sp)eakers will be Vir-' published.
nia i Cronin, '25, lMarguerite May,' Junior or senior women who are
'25, Ihelen Gustie, '25, Geraldine' taking part. in the "tournament but
'2.who have had no heart or lung cx-
Masters, '26, and Ellura H-arvey, '2. amination this year should niake ap-
At thle last meeting of the society I onmnswt r ela h
it w1as decided that the policy of InealtsrithDor.ucellmiatiothe
Athena would 1)e to back up the edi- Healthperviceassfomuhexainations.-
lowed plolicy of The Michigan Daily, lwN o ppe ca womtetwillabenat
andI to takie a more active interestloetoakprtitheouamn
icampus events as well as in mt unless they take this examination.
ters of national and international in-
Mummers Plans

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AIRPLANE RIDE
BARGAIN WEEK
$3.50 Each Passenger

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Lo wear tlic Proper brassieres and corsets or near-
m. We h' S:it all the newest ideas and latest lines
ts to ake your dresses look right while you feel
!in is a hi lhly trained corsetierre cf long experience
sure in fiting you wvith what you need. Come in
&,,te with her.

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Street car line.
time call 255$ or

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"'iA ;i !- i lillebrown of Plymp-
en. e~a 11)L years old, acted as
cattle jud1ge at the recent Marsh-
field fair.

series Of Plays
Mumnmers dramatic sociey is plan-
ning to produce a series of short

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llhusnaW dhmvare the
Student's Spe-W at
$3.50 and the Men's
Black Pencil uith gold
cap and tip at. $2.M
K(LIN PEN
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A Special Notice to
Women of Particular
Discrimination
Miss Agnew, buyer for the ,Jacobson
Stores, Inc., will be here all day Tuesday.
She is leaving for New York~ City later. in
the week and she will be glad to assist any-
one interested in special orders. Even
though you do not intend immnediate pur-
chase Miss Agnew will be pleased to
learn your particular desires.
Where Shopping .1s a. Pleasure
612-614 east Liberty

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represents a bigger measure of sentiment
and value to the school or college stu-
dent than any other item of class room
equipmen t. Any Conklin pen mneasues
fully up to this requirement.
Ask your C°^ cr to show you the Conklin line.

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j Give the children WRIGL EY'S after
every meal.. Let them get its daily
wbenefit to teeth, breath, appetite and
digestion. They want sweet, and
WRIGLEY'S is the sweet that's good
for them.

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Appetite
aided by

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play, "Ponds
will be held
nnorroxv and
well Angell!
serge in the
Library and
to read the

Sof lDes~re," by i cncv(, tc
from 4 t) 6 o'clo k to-
Thu -sday ini Sarah Ca -
hall, The boo's is on rce-
lower study hail of the^
mnembler s are reqjueAzd.
book and ,elect th 'rI

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parts before trying out.
Glee club have been comnpleted andiII
the list sent to h'e registrar's office. 1
The successful tryoits will be notified
by mail the latter part of the wNe-k.
Tryouts for Freshman Girls' Glee
club will be held from 4 to 5:20 o'-
clock Thursday and Iiriday in room
216, School of, Music. All freshman
women are eligible; for muembership.

Read the Want, Ads!~

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Dancing This Week.
Wednesday and Th ursday
PAC KAR D ACADEMY, 8 to 10
Music by
KENNEDY'S "SIX OF DIAMONDS"
With Phil Diamond

Members of the Mandolin club wil
hold a business meeting at 5 o'clock'
today at Newberry hall.
Sigma Delta Phi will hold its first
-meeting at 4:15 o'clock today at the
Kappa Kappa Gamma house.

minl ,raf onal Debate
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Tote by Absentee Ballot, onI
Hare Yoh. Voted 3 Apply on4

Camipus.
('iiiiptis.

Silkl, Flannel and Broadcloth
SHIRTS
Are Laundered to Your Complete
SATISFACTI1ON
By the
MOE LAUNDRY

', IItlttii llillitiltllltlt =ttt
THE
HOUSE2
{ = Established in 1899
Meals, $7.'50
Per Weekwj
$6.00 for Two Meals =j
.=Breakfast from 7 to 8
Lunch from 12 to 1 -
Dinner from 5:30 to 6:30 .t
Single Meals
"TASTES LIKE HOME"

PIAN3 AND PIPE ORGAH
SPRIVATE INSTRUCTIONS
SA Special Course for advanced
jstudents who plan to teach
Spiano is also offered.
Studio--610 E. Liberty St.
Malcolm Apt. 8
EMIMA FISCHER CROSS
S formerly of University School of
~IMusic, head of piano department
at The University of Washington
Sand Bellingham State Normal.
Pupil of Leschctlzky, Vienna.
1rPhone 21834J
Register Now

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Permanently on lDispiu.y at
G UYV WVO'LF6,LK & CO.

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Suede Leather Jackets in brown, gray and tan are very popular this fall. Everyone is
-wearing them, the ladies as well as the met. We hve a large assortment of high grade
leather jackets in Reindeer, Napa, Horsehide, Colt and Sheepskin-and our prices are as
popular as the jackets. Priced from $9.75 up. -
TOWER'S SLIC F COATS"
Cravenettes, Topcoats and Reefers
Auto Robe s, and Ste i er°Rugs
Wool Shirts, Heavy Plaids, Corduroy and Outing Shirts.
Hiking Shoes, High-Top Moccasin Packs, Puttees, etc.
Breeches in large assortment, Over-Ails and Cover-Ails for shop use,
Alarm Clocks, Hunting Knives, Axes, Trench Mirrors, Grids, Stoves, and in
fact many needs for the college man.

The mere addition of a cos-
tume slip to any tunic blouse
gives one a dress of fashion-
able distinction. These are of
silk in numerous delightful col-
ors. $7.50 to $22.50.

It will pay you to walk a few blocks

Surplus Sstr

.SECOND FLOOR

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