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A- OCTO3E 24, 1924

IHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HONOR COUNCIL
DISCUSSES PLANS

Initiation

Service Held for Six Houses
In The Honor
Council

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The Faculty Women's C
sires to secure the names
ulty wives who would
join the newly or
"Brides' Section." Wives
ulty of the rank of instru
above who have beenr
less than a year are eligi
memnbership. Anyone who

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liketo become a member of this
7 section is requested to notify
embers of the Honor Council met IMrs. Ralph B. Fast, 2311-J or
Wednesday night at Rey house to dis- 1 University 57.
cuss, certain alterations that are to be
made in the constitution of the Coun-
cil. Methods of co-operating to make
the bazaar a success were also dis- I Lurie Appo inted
cussed. .Chaitie
At present there are six houses in ha es ev ief
the Honor Council with' two repre-
sentatives from each house rmaking Harry L. Lurie, formerly instructor
up the executive committee. Margaret Hr Lhe urie, formentructor
Dixon, '25, vice-president of the Wo- in the sociology department, has been
men's League, presided at the meet- appointed head of the United Jewish
ing and according to the constitution (oarbities in Chicago. While in Ann
wiltual president has been elected. At for the local community fund and took
the preioseetihasnofted.ounAt an active part in several of the local
the previous meeting of the Council charities.
initiation services were held.c
League houses are eligible to mem-
bership on the Honor Council if they The Salvation army has organized
have one fifth' of the same member= a home league for incompetent house-
ship they, had last year and if they wives-women who love their hus-
mhintain a certain scholarship stand-I bands and children but have assumed
dard. They must co-operate among the responsibilities of marriage with
themselves. They must take part is I absolutely no experience in the man-
campus activities. It is now arranged ' agement of a household.
so that houses are marked by a point
system similar to the point system . Foreign Subscriptions $4.00- pay-
used to determine individual activi- able now.
ties.
All league houses are organized in- -- --.-.-...---.....--..: .. -
to zones which makes them more ef-
fective for any co-operati-e work or
play. Athletics especially benefit by
the zone system. If one house is un- ,/ o 0
able to maintain a baseball or hockey
team, a zone makes such a team pos-. You will want to look your
sible. best for the Wisconsin game
It was discovered that a great deal
of talent was present among the girls - and the paiiy after. Come
of the different league houses and the in and have your hair mar-
Honor Council was instituted to as- celled--wke feel that you will
sist in bringing out that, talent. The be well e
girls are brought together for work -e
and play in a way that was impossi- r
ble when they were scattered.fa
The present Honor Council hopes
that there is a large number of other }Fair oop c
houses pla.nning to attempt to qualify
for membership at the beginning of 707 N. University Ave.
next year as a new Council will be )Phone 26>
selected at that time.. .. ... .,..... .........t

SENIOR CLSS WINS IN
INTER -CLASS HOCEY
Members of the senior class were
victorious over the juniors, and the
sophomores tied with the freshmen
in the women's Varsity interclass
hockey series which was played off
I yesterday on Palmer field. Miss Ger-
1 maine Guio4, a temporary member
of the faculty of the physical edu-
cation department, who is on leave of
absence from Western State Normal
in Kalamazoo, was head coach' of the
games.
The seniors won from the juniors
with a 3 to 1 score; sophomores and
freshmen tied with a score of 2.
Elizabeth Ranck and Dorothy Davis
. starred on the senior team and Nor-
ma Barlow made the goal on the jun-
ior team.
"The interclass hockey series are
conducted this year according to the
following plan," Miss Guiot explain-
ed. "N .ch class team plays each of
the other classes. The teams which
score the highest, figured on a per-
centage basis, play a series of three
games. fIn the same manner the two
teams who have the lower percent-
ages play a consolation series of
three games ."
Cambridge, Oct. 23.-A triangular
debate among the three political dlubs'
will mark the climax of the Presi-
dential campaign at Harvard.
A Costuming
Service for
Michigan Women
Come in any time
and let's talk over
your dressmaking
problems-

cents in the office of Mrs. Byrl Fox Schedule Hockey I Discuss Voters
'acher at the School' of Music. Oth-
er women who are interested in the 'Games For Today Slogan At Meeting
N otcesorganization can alsobuy tickets,
the price of which is $1.50.
Helen Newberry residence ill play 't a:( t11 Please, but Vote," the
- Members of the outlaw hockcy team Gamma i Beta and Adelia hever .. an of the "Get Out the Vote"
Athletic managers of all organized will practice at 4 o'clock Monday on dormitory will centest wj"14 ilel camv;egn being conducted by the
houses should submit a list of the lower Palmer field. 1Barbour h isC in the third and fourth M YIign League of Women voters
lower Palmr field.aarbour ussusd it thethiretang fourth-
members of their hockey teams and games of the inter-house gOCLy nasdist the Ang on Wed-
the class to which these members University Girl's Glee club will tournament at .1 o'clock today :on Pa- of the Ann r o r anch
met t :3ttdafn hethrdflororganizatio3. Mrs. Ruth Buich -
belong to Miss Elsie Erley in Bar- meet at 4:30 today, on the third floor fieldan informaltalk on the
of the School of Music.
bour gymnasium immediately. The fifth gamne of the wll wor boing done in other towns in
be played Monday wh n ,M C egate o.i fiel. Plans were made for the
Members of the Student league of Re1A Sorosis will vie with Martha -Cook og:anizing of study clubs during the
Matinee Musicale can obtain course Read the W ant AdS building and Alpha Ganuna Delafi v ine in which the college girls
tickets for the Matinee Musicale con- meet Zone 4. werbIl have an active part.

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Leather hats! New, smart,
serviceable. To accompanN
sports outfits of all sorts. Ideal
for wear with slickers. They're
in all colors, in cloche and off-
thc-face shapes.
SECOND FLOOR
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Here There is Everything to
Complete Milady

From William H. hiller, Ileginning To-day I
No wonder women adore fur coats-they are so luxuriously warm and
[:eautifully becoming. The flattering effect of a black seal coat-the
zoftening way of a fur collar-small wonder that women eagerly await
the opportunity to select a fur wrap! And when 'winds start whistling
and theie's a chill in the air, only a fur coat keeps one warm as toast.
Contrast is the keynole of se new fall modes in Fur Coats. Bands of
contrasting fur trim coats. Silver Rat skin is a favorite. Raccoon is again
popular for the out-cf-door girl, while jacquettes of seal, burunduki,
caracul, mole and other furs are popular for walking and such wear.
Luxurious capes and long coats gracefully enfold the wearer. Select
yours today and wear it to the game Saturday. Our special showing
of William H. Miller furs makes it an opportune time to buy a fur coat.
(MACK'S SECOND FLOOR)
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Golden October days of crisp, autumn
aunshine, hours of thrilling fall sports, and a
demand for the latest, compels mi-lady to look
to her wardrobe.
Here mi-lady may find the additions that
will make her wardrobe complete. In silk
dresses there are Satins and Bengolins to think
about. Ensemble Suits, handsomely collared
with Beaver and Squirrel have{ become a firm
fixture in .women's fashions.

All these we have.

JACOB0'

Where Shopping is a Pleasure

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