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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1924 1 HE~ MICHIGAN DAILY

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We Gf, . A. CBINET
SHOSHOUSE PA
R TIIONAL.Z PARTY IHEIfl A
N~r1LLY (TODISf USS .E'OB-
TRAD TLENIS
Members of the. Y. V1. C. A. cabinet
held their first gencral discussion
iweeting, at Patterson lake in the form
of a week cud house party, Oct. 4 toI
Oct.' 6. This affair is a tra,.itional
custom of the Y. W. C. A., tiie purposeC
beng to discus's problenms which come
._during the ye ar in connection with
.t , Y. W. C. A. and to discus s its plac~e
can the campus.E
Esther Anderson, '25, vice-presiderul
f the Congragational Inter-Chrc!h
~council, opened the meetings with the
discussion of "Our Common 'Task,"
stressing the po'nts for which the
churches and Y. W. C. A. are wor%!n ;
in common. All of the miembers of1
~the Inter-Church council and the wo-
mnen secretaries were present at th
house party.
Ellura H-arvey, '25 spoke on theI
"Function of the Y. W. C. A. on the
Campus," and Jane Gibson, '25, presi-
tdent. of the Y. W. C. A., discuss;ed
the function of the Y. W. C. A. cabinet
and the committees.
Sunday morning Miss Mary Ross,
~student secretary of the assoeiatlon,I
spoke on "What Conception of Beisa,
a Christian Produces the R1ichest
Life." Following her talk the IS. C. A.
cabinet with Mr. II. C. Coffmnan, the
goneral secretary of the S. C. A. and
Mr. Homer U. 0Graft,,n, associate scc-
rotary of the S. C. A. and Mrs. Cratven
came out to spendl the dlay as guestsl
of the Y. W. C. A. As a result o1f a
~joint discussion between the,, Y. WV. C.j
A. andl the S. C. A. it was decided to
hold an S. C. A. party in the near fu.-
Sture, the purpose of which would be
° to make the relationship between the
men and women on the camuns ir~o
congenial. Th'is d scu:sion was leal
Sby Perry Hayden, '25, president of the
S. C. A.

Sale Of Imported FAr T l l~'~P~f
Gloves Ends Today, LiUUVL1JUU
Mortarboard closes its sale of ~ l PN ATVTE

club for this year are as follows: 'ment chairman; Mrs. Evans Holbrook,'
President, Mrs. M. L. Burton; vice- program; .Mrs. W. G. Smeaton, social
president, Mrs. S. W. Smith; secre- chairman.
tary Mr. A.E. ood tresurr, I. Plans for the year will be discuss-
0. W. Boston. Chairmen of the v'ari-j rathebrdmtigoteN-
ous sections of the club are: Art sec-; tional League of Women voters at 5
tion, Mrs. J. B. Waite, nursery see-; o'clock~ today in Alumni Memorialj
tion, Mrs. A. S. Whitney; garden sec- hall. The first meeting of the year
tion, Mrs. A. L. Ferguson ; music sec- will be held next week, the exact time
tion, Mrs. F. N. Wilson; athletic see-' and place to be announced later.
ticn, Mrs. L. I. Bredvold; Mrs. A. D.I
Moore, acting general chairman of:E Members of the Needlework guild
dramatics. The standing committee is are requested to have the pieces they
composed of Mrs. D. L. Bronk, house, are making ready for collection the.

RIVALS THE BEAUTYj

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French imported gloves today. Dur-
ing the past week thle memlbers of
the society have canvassed as man y
sorority, league house:, and dormitor-'
ies as posiblle taking orders for the
gloves. The profit made from the sale
will go to the Women's League. I
For the benefit of those who were
Inot solicited the Leaguie booth in Uin-
iversity bail will be o'en between the
hours of 3an'd 5 o'clock today when
the samle gloves will be on djsp)lay,
and order tlal'cn.
FIRST ROUND K TENNIS
TUNEY CLOSES ToDAYl
IFirst: rounds in the tennis tourna-
}nnci ;,.st be p)ayed off today if the
'Ih "' ; ,x Mis. Ii'this is not (lone,
the girl who is unable to play will
Idefault to her opponnent. This is
necessary in order that the tourna-E
ment pity be finished before cold
weather comes. The ;second round
must lbe completed by Saturday, Oct.!
11. The results of each round should
he recorded on the bulletin board in
jBarbour gymnasium as soon as possi-
ble after the gamne.
Do Your I)tiiy, Be Sire and Vote.

New members of the Faculty W~o-j
men's club will be welcomed to mem-
bership at a reception which will be!
given at 3 o'clock tomorrow at the
Michig;an Union. This meeting will'
mark the opening of the social activ-
ities of the club for the year. Plans
are now under consideration to held
a tea every week at the club house,
226 South Ingalls street.
Officers of the Faculty Women's

chiairman; Mrs. Hugh Keeler, refresh-1

last of the month. i

FOR CHOICE FOOD

TUTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM

338 Maynard

Pythias-
"No-doggone it. I
skipped over to class
this- morning without
my Dixon's Eldorado!1"
17 leads-all dealers
"th'e iias Wrdjmwkz,-pEncr

LEAGUE TO ENTERTAIN
HONORCOUNCIL AT T E
This year's Honor council will be
Sentertained at a tea at 4 :30 today, at
Betsy Barbour house. It is beingj
given by' the Board of Directors of
Ithe Women's League. Patroness rs
for the affair are Dean Jean lHamil-
ton, Mr's. Amy Hobart, and Miss Jean-.
ett~ e rry.
MeImelhers of the Honor council for
this year are as follows: Cate l !y!
-, .house, McClinton h~e o, IReagh house,
Formals house, -nd KRle house. The
Honor council miembers are chosen
upon the basis of participation inI
campus activities. A house is con-
sidered for nmembership onily if 20 per
cent of the girls who lived in t111
house yahst year have returned. a
SENIOR SOCIETY
TO MEET TODAY
Senior Society will hold Rs fir.'i Ij
meeting at 4:30 o'clock today in
Martha Cook library. Names of can-
didates for mnembership are to be re
pr-sented at this time, alid the drate set
for the regular monthly meetin,

A "Bob Style" for
Every Type
Come in the morning-You
won't have to wait a bit.
4. And we can bob your hair
just as you want it. Or pos-
sibly our suggestions would
be welcome.
Arcade Barber
Shop;
'. ~6 Nickels Arcade
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kEIfzaheh rdonl
Miss Johnson, a representative of the Elizabeth Arden
toilette goods, will gladly give personal advice concerning the
S use of the Venetian toiletries today and tomorrow, in the drug
department of our store. Every individual difficulty of corn-

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All the newest and most popular
vocal, instrumental and comedy
h'ts arc. here in Regal Records.
Exceptionally fine quality for this
low price. Your phonograph will
play them.
BASEMENT
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with extra Big
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$7
Doofold ,Jr.
same
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and skin will be explained and the proper treatment pre-
The Arden accessories are popular among the many
who value the, possession of a perfect skin and comn-
Consult with her today or tomorrow.

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Tryouts for Freshman Gir'is' (lice
club will be held from x to 5:03(0 o'-
clock Thur }day and F ridgay ini rooin
216, School of Music. All freshman
women aro eligible for mnembershil).
Members of the World Fellowship
committee of the Y. W. C. A. are re-
quested to leave their schedule cardls
with Miss Mary Ross t once as it i7
necessary to pilan a timze for meceting .
The executive board of the W. A. A.
w.,ill meet at 5 o'clock today in Far-
Lour gymnasium.
Anyone interested in making Ipost-
cers for the W. A. A. or other campus
activities should call Florence Probst,
21111-' .
H~artit C&ook Residi~ent s entertain
Residents of Martha Cook building
w.~ l be hostesses at a forma,-l dinner
tc night in honor of Mr. Reber John-
s'..n. The guests vx ill be thle board
cif governors of Detroit, Mrs. Frederic
I.. Stevens, Mrs. Harry IFulkley, Mrs.
I'fmilie Sargent. and M'\r. and M'drs.
(ugy iMaier, ?1' x% and7i rs.Pa lmne
Chirstian, Tear rand ili~ enry 11.
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also have on hand our usual fine line of Knox
hats. Come in and see the latest styles.
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HTABERDASHERS TO MICHIGAN MEN

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these new arrivals in Fall hats. They are
something absolutely new. and the call them the
Balloon- Brim hats because of the way they

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