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tHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ANNOUNCE NEW MEMBEHSI-
or FRESNMANGLEE CLUB
MISS EUNICE NORTHRUP APPOINT.
ED DIRECTOR OF FRESH-
MAN CLUB
Miss Eunice May Northrup, direct-
or of music in the University high
school, has been apointed director
ef the Freshman Girls' Glee club, ac-
cording to the faculty of the School
of Mu jsic. Miss Northrup will assume
brcction of the Glee club at the or-
ganization meeting that will take place
et 4:45 o'clock Monday afternoon in
the parlors of Barbour gymnasium.
Fifty freshman women were suc-
cessful in the tryouts held recently
under the direction of Miss Nora Crane
iunt, of the School of Music. The
mnembers of this year's club are:
Jean Greenshields, Annie Brown,
Aurel Grace Fowler, Susan Storke,-
Helen M. Belcher, Doris Ambos, Kath-
erine Matthews, Edith Pereira, Kath-
erine dimes, Alice Marie Weaver, Mar-
ion R. Johnson, Gertrude L. Foster,
Grace W. Roswear, Alta Hamill, Mar-
jorie Chavenelle, Laura Barry, Dorothy
Ward, Dorothy G. Racine, Mabel B.
Schctt, Margaret H. Greene, Elizabeth
Downie, Margaret Cole, Margaret Haw-
kins, Helen M. Raikes, Virginia H. Mc-
Cal, Olivine Ethel Appe, Marion Dav-
idson, Selma M. Janson, Lolita Parks,,
Charlotte Osberg, Phyllis Loughton,
Gladys Appett, Marion W. Bauschard,
Virginia TE. Rowley, Ruth E. Banfield,I
Esther Johnson, Wave De Bolt, Erma
Warren, Helen Hawkins, Marian An-
lderson, Alice Elizabeth Kellogg, Alice
Louise Fauch, Gertrude Benham, Bar-
bara Tock, Beth Hibarger, Marjorie
Jones, Anna Cope, Ruth A. Fenton, and
R'na Pavitt, accompanist.
COMMITTEE TO'MEET
The Freshman Spread committeeI
will meet at 4 o'clock Tuesday in the
parlors of Barbour gymnasium. Mary
Barrett, '27, is the chairman. The de-
finite date for the spread will be de-I
cided upon at this time, and the chair-
men of the various committees will
be appointed.

Earldom Claimed
By U. S. Won

IHOUSES Will MEET IN
I INITIAL HOCKEY GAME
1000 [R BL O N K Alpha Omicron Pi will contend with
Delta Gamma and Alpha Phi withf
aKn appa Delta in the iitial intramural
OUilT! IM HOCKVEY T EA M hockey' games at 4 o'clock Monday on,
-- L Palmer field. The contesting teams
have been practicing regularly each
Dr. Margaret Bell, director of the week and it would be difficult to say
I dparmen ofphyica edcaton aswhich teams have the highest pro-
deatmn ohysaleucton a spects according to directors of the
brought about the organization of an spret o toyiredcto o
outlw hckeytea. Te ned fr Idepartment of physical education.
outlaw hockey team. The need for All women are expected to turn out
such a team has arisen because many Alltwomend eee fo trnheou
women interested in the sport live in respective teams. Mary Allshouse, '26,
zones which have not organized a will act as referee.
team, or for other reasons have been
unable to associate themselves with a
tWomen who wish to play on the
outlaw teamare requested to signtup Open To All W omen
with Miss Elsie Erley at Barbour-
gymnasium in order that the first j "Membership NWeek" at the Y. W. C.

Ai~ranRites
Now $3.30 Etarc
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practice can be held Monday. IA. is almost at an end but this does
not mean that memb'ership in the as-
HAZE TORONTO WOMEN ! sociation is closed to any women who
are interested. During the week calls
! have been made on entering women,
Toronto, Can., Oct. 17.- Freshman the purpose of the Y. W. C. A. has
co-eds at the University of Toronto been explained to them, and they have
must undergo a period of modified been invited to membership. It has
hazing each year at the hands of the been found that there are some wom-
sophomore women. This year's pro- en who have not been reached and a
bation consisted, in part, of the hold- special invitation is given them by the
ing of an entertainment in which the association.
first year women, ludicrously attired,
performed before the sophomores.

GEO. REGISTER
Student Representative

604 E. Madison

Phone 1809

Win-or-lose

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Mrs. Isabella S. W. Callahan, 80, of
Astoria, L. I., claims to be the rightful
heir to Earldom of Airlie, one of
Britain's richest titles. She says she
is a direct descendant of Lady Jane#
Ogilvie, sister of the man who held
the title in 1735. Lady Janet's will read
that all succeeding eldest daughters
should be heiresses to the vast Airlie
wealth.
100 Women Leave
For Illinois Game
More than 100 women have signed
up in the office of the dean of women
to go to the Illinois game. A special
train left at 10 o'clock last night for
Urbana and will arrive at 7:30 o'clock
this morning.
Miss Jeannette Perry, director . of
Betsy Barbour house and Mrs. Ella
art, director of Jordan house, are
acting as chaperones.
Oct. 25 is the date set for the last
Junior play manuscripts to be turn-
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Columbus, Oct. 17.-Oxford's alumni
debating team was defeated by the
Ohio State team, 423 to 328 votes, on
the question condemning the policy of
France toward Germany since the
war. The Oxford team opposed the
policy of France.
Foreign Subscriptions $4.00- pay-
sble now.

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The Machine you will Even-
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terms to suit every student's
pocketbook.
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French and Danish Pastry

Madrid, Oct. 17.-Premier Primo Do Le . ABYn. i[J3 or woivrCI I I a
Rivera today was named high com- play is advised to call the genera]
missioner of Morocco, succeeding chairman immediately.
Lieut.-Gen. Luis Airzpuru. He will GA RR__C__
not, however, relinquish his post of-
premier. ' eccnd and Last Mirthful Week of
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You Will Enjoy the
Fountain Room Beautiful

The Tunic Blouse Is
Fashion's Smartest Garb

BETSY ROSS SHOP

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Fashionable to the extreme degree and most becoming are the long tunic
blouses. They give the effect of slenderness so much in vogue and when
worn with a costume slip have the effect of a frock at much less than the price
of a smart dress. A special showing at $5.95 includes dark canton crepe
models trimmed with figured silk or braid, some styles of silk knit and others
/of figured crepes. Others more elaborate are priced $10.95 and up.

Things You Should Buy Today

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The Quality Shop
303 South Main Street

The Costume

Bayadere Ribbons
Add Bright Touches

of Quality

New Sweaters, just

arrived
$5.00 and Up

Slip For Tunics
The costume slip may be chosen in a
conservative color and then several tunics.
may be worn with the same slip! These
slips are made of satin and crepe of fine
quality. The perfect workmanship and
stylish lines adapt them to wear with the
fashionable tunics. Priced $15.00 and
up.
(Mack's Second Floor)

The Bayadere

ribbons hint

of new

Phone 666

Mums, large and small, fresh
houses. Special dozen rates.

from our green-

Nightgowns and Pajamas of durable
Silk Plisse, for cooler nights. Splen-
did value at - - $2.50 and $3.50
Silk Lingerie of the quality that is like new after repeated
washings.
We have everything that you can rteed in the line of
brassieres, corsets, corsletts, girdles and cirhle-sashes, including

ways to keep the bobbed coiffure in place,
for you may choose one of these gaily
striped ribbons and use it as a head band.
Then again a wider Bayadere ribbon
may be worn as a girdle or scarf or used
for dress trimming. These bright ribbons
are much in vogue.
(Mack's Main Floor)

Corsages madei with care, of the best materials.

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