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Purpose Of E W. CA,
To B e Dramatized
-~ "What does the Y. W. C. A. do?"k


AlMembers of the Wornen's Athletic
<. associationi will be hostesses to all
l~l F ; Univer(ity :-li flbetween 4 and f
So'clock t<ioorrow afternoon in Sarah
('a ,%vII Ange, il hall. Invitations

jComes Long Way
To Help Her Dead

,,.A I L ne wouliJeesup ised oixnw no
I fUILI IUIVLI W I.Lanou an orsganization owhich ris ds
' widely known as the Y. W. C. A. andI
P1- ONl NFRNC which holds such a vital place in the
lives of all women
The Y. W. C. A. will answer this
Miss B. Louise Patterson, of the question at a meeting to be held atl
physical education department, has 4:30 o'clock Thursday in room B of
been chosen to speak at the open Newberry Hall. The room redecorated
meeting of the Women's Athletic asso- for the meeting and will be used here-
ciation, which will be held at 4 o'clock after for all Y. W. C. A. work. This
tomorrow in Barbour gymnasium. Her affair is called, "We meeting the Y.
subject will be "The Athletic confer- W. C. A." because the. organization is
ence of American College Women" to introduce itself to the guests.
Marianna Smally, '25, will be the other There are many ways of introducing
speaker. The program will also in- oneself. This introduction promises
elude stunts, refreshments and dane- ,to be a most interesting one because


ANotices Do'BorwS brieTdy
The University Girl's Glee club will t
meet at 4:30 o'clock today in the par-!= A ' ad
lors of Barbour gymnasium. New and iAD
old members should be present. I
Women who are interested in work-
ing at the candy booth in University
hall are requested to communicate Evertinto upyifeSaletNes
with Dorothy Nix, phone 3237, at2
once. ___ c iIii.C ' O dt
All rounds in the tennis tourna-
tnent must be played of f before Sat-
urday, Oct., 18, if possible, in order ,
o avoid the cold weather. -er ,, > 4.k y
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:$. la. e}_.u Sent out to all new mem-"
r ;; of the association lut women
%Vh') are not memnbers of the organi-
zation a7 also invited to attend.
'I his ,palty is the first social fine-
-t cn mu~nderaken ly the W. A. A. this
yea . Is lUriosCis to establish2 ac-
rjnintncsli~~) btweecn old and
now memer;7cr and to) foter a spirit
of o,,,,aiizal~t 7n and 1cooperation.
sti3nt.', several spelakers, music and
r.ancing will be features of the after-
" r:n. n, Rfry 17nts will be served.
sn dce the Womnen's Athletic asso-
..tion is rthec third oldest org niza-
Lien for womewn on the campus ant
actiive membersh,;lip) in it is a decided
alseutoevery University, woman ac-
cdigt,) members of the physical
edun Londeprtn ct.All women are
i~r'd oated


'Mrs. William Mcivillan Adams, only
child of Joh'n W. Davis, the Demo-
gt ~atic p~residlential candidate, As at
his side, after traveling more than
4,000 miles to give him her moral
support in the campaign. She lives
hi Copenhagen, Denmark. She will
not tale the stumnp.
A f11~41/1"A' /1 A.I .A

ing. Since this is the first social wc- each cabinet member is to dramatize ,The regular Thursday, meeting of
tivity of the association this year it; her work in the form of dialogue or Portia wil not be held this week. All
is hoped that every University woman 1pantomime as she is introduced by the mnenmbers are expected to attend the
will be present president, Jane Gibson, '25 tryouts which will be held at 7:15
Olga Verdelin, '25, is the general Cabinet members of the Y. W. C. A. o'clock tonight in room 302 Mason
chairman for the affair. She will be are as follows: Jane Gibson, '25 presi- hall.
assisted b~y Marguerite Ainsworth, '26, dent; Rosalea Spaulding, '25, vice-pres-
andr Dorothy Ogborn, '26. ident; Geraldine Truscott, '25, treasur-- The next regular meeting of Pi
s er; Cynthia Smith, '26, Secretary;j Lambda Theta will take the form of
OKEllura Harvey, '25, under graduate k a picnic which will be held at the 1
E URE11~j Uff N1OL1V p re-representive: Rosale Spaulding, Fireplace, tomorrow. Members will
H 2R'e va All; ser nesn, 25, ' meet at 4:30 o'clock at Martha Cqok.I
ED ONTE LO HES opital ; Rv len 2,Americaniza-
111W O g L0 in; Marcia Snow, '25, publicity; Brl
Schaeffer, '25, world fellowship; Lillian
!Wetzel, '25, meetings; Helen Brown, Oratorical Association. Program
Members of the Ann Arbor branch of '2,fnceRuh ani,'6soal
th Nedeok5ulfAmrc r AdenanPe;te R ason, '27 , la esocin-'
th Nedeor Gid f meia reAeln etron '7 ladrsi crG ET YOUR
requested to call the director of their ,mission; Louise Pennington, '25, club
group immediately and send the arti-:lead ership; Bertha Kiel, '25, house; TICKETS
Iles they are donating to her, prepara-x and Gertrude Friedrick, school of
tory' to the public collection to be made ,music Remainder of Season Tickets
the last week in October. Attention GoOIaea
is directed this, year to the need for $.0Rt
infant's and children's wear. Prac-,$.0 Rt
tclgarmente are desired, especially1 { bi'D ~ U'lll Aud. Tuesday, 13-53
stcigbtntbakoe o n U T C A r"11fants. Black bloomers for girls up to
the age of 10 are always welcomed.
Stress is laid on the necessity for,.
leaving price marks, size and the place Bo xed G it.
of purchase on the clothing in case an Fine_
exchange in :size is necessary. Every -in
thing given should be in pairs exactly I A
alike. A snortment '.
The donation of two new articles of
clothing or household linen constitutes I[a
membership in the Needlework Guildat"f
of America which is the only organ-
ization in the world that annually col-'Atro}
lects new garments and linen to be c~ '-" Arcade
given to hospitals, homes and other Across from Sub-sta~tion
charities. Women desiring to become
members may call Mrs. Junius E. Beal, Tae
secretary of the local branch. _________ales_______
tneuttur~u~tre.r. ..................at tsttttttettrtttur6211Lettetrs tfifr Telrl"el

Smiles Bnikt
ela oDrheath nSapiee

Mi,,-s.. Je. an L riggs, '25,chima fJ +Lz(i&(+RL 111ttV1 .1 UJI&11A
tle point committee of the Women's, To Hold Tryouts
L(,:gt -, is at %work with her commit-]I
toe of It menmbers compiling statis--
tic (,n the awount of campus activity Tryi-outs for membership_ in the
-iA ork womuen are Gloing. 1 Portia society and in the Athena so-
T:he wvork cois:ts, of an elaborate! ciety well be: held on the same night
fiin sseminwic ee-rir o that all women who wish to
the c npuxs lhas a card. When reports i
fr'omitihe various cam71pus organiza-4 may try out for either or both of the
lonhs come in conicernxing people, who1 societies. The tryouts will begin' at
are aicti%,ely engagecl in that organi- 7:15i o'clock.. Tuesday. Portia society
zationi, t;'2,activity is listedl on the will hold it' rot nro 0
pror crd hbene<ath the nanme. For Mas on hal, Athena in the Alpha Nu
G:ach camputlis m(ctvity a womian is con- room of U,iversity hall.
ime-~ted vitl, ;Ahe( receives a number of All women inter:,sted in debating,
of thowork shle does 'i that particu-1 particularlIy fr-eshmen, are encour-
points, dete rmined by the importance aged to try out. Freshman women
lar organization1.,l arc invited to come atter the Health
The, limit set for students is 12 leture if the two dates conflict. A
poitsor :ipo ltsdurnga smie-1tryout will consi-t of a three minute
ter. At the end efi the current senies- 1extempoa~ranxeous speech.
ter, if Roigures: show that some girs ____
are doiing more thacn their share, they I C'uwlNmen in practically every
oill otified to Ihse e"(ect that they': ;);,me p-anih to celebrate Na-
musllt readjust thir le~z %dulECin re- ti1)! L l u .1a1;tion week which has
gr:.Xd to th!e ailloutlit clf c ampus artiivi- bfnse or NokUv Lmbler 17-23 inxclu-
ties v' wrk tthey do:. rive.

WRIGLEYS makes for clean,
teeth, for agreeable breath, for
appetite and digestion.



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12 bc~xurtifan1 raccoon
cr '!lec Io/s this sweay-
.44. ci s j'orts~ coat of
1)r ,v it hS a moor.
Rcu ~aIait sIev es.
SIah,'d poc-kets. Ilal f
l ti"ing of peaut de
c} iic. 1Dutr a ble,

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U ~l the Newest Patterns to Select From
The Caromi i9 io.
A cut out Oxford tie in dull-
kid and patent. Cuban 'heel.
= All leather lined. A nifty '
A sreet shoe.-
Priced at $9.50W
IWahr's Shoe Store W
Down Town 1 08 South Main
12 Hosiery, Too

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Linen Lawn
Highland Linen


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Invisible but efficient-

Let us explain this service.'
.On.MORILL . Di --Samecl
14 Nickels' Arcader
Exhibit il
Ann Arbor tn
A _ '~ f i
Apparel and Accessories i
T he N ee st Fas ions f " Iq Stp
for the jCollege GQiris:
AWonderful Shopping ,
Opportunity p

If you wish
Quality, and
Where you eat,
Try the

the gore!
Tucked away behind a bit of ornament at the instep is
a gore. That is the secret of the clinging style of this
new pump. Step into it. There's no bother with fasten-
ings. You can hurry away to the scandal over the tea"
cups, or the gregariousness of business, without even a
minute's delay. One of the many beauties of Walk-
tOvers i that they do fit. They are made to fit the
shape of your foot, and they keep that shape.}
Black calf Is the
\ miode. This new shoe
-Is a Fifth Avenue
favorite. With side
gore and lattice
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