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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1924

THE MICHIGAN ,DAILY

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Dean Hamilton Tells Women
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plying at the W. A. A. desk in theI
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PUCT IN PALMER 11 LO[101 H ve8
-- Women Have 80
University women are fortunate this League Houses
year in having a drained field on
which to hold their athletic activities
according to Dr. Margaret Bell, of the All day yesterday late arrivals con-
physical education department. Pal- tinued to seek the office of the dean
ner field has been equipped with an of women, in order to be directed to'
expensive drainage system during the suitable lodgings, and they were not
past summer and the field is now in disappointed. Frieda Diekhoff, '24,
splendid condition for the fall out- who has charge of this work,
door athletic season, reports that approximately% 750 wo-
The field houseson Palmer field is' men havealready been accomodated
being furnished with dressing tables in the 80 organized . league houses
and mirrors for the convenience of now on record.
women. A stovehas been installed
and dishes have .been purchased for
the use of University women.
The gymnasium, too, is being paint-«
ed and remodeled. The floors have N otices
been repaired, the locker rooms re-
built, and the dancing floor scraped
and polished. Sarah Caswell Angell
hall is being used for dancing class- Junior women who have been as-
es this year, but this will not inter- signed advisees are urgently request-
fere with the dramatic practices ed to refer to the list posted n Bar-
which are held there. bour gymnasium. Several changes
(dSfi chiwh have been made in the assignments.

HOUSES WILL COMPETE
IN HOCKEY TOURNAMENT
The inter-mural hockey tourna..
ment will open the women's out.
I door athletic season this year. Prac-
tices begin at 5 o'clock on Tuesday
at Palmer field. Sorority houses,
dormitories and league houses are re-
quested to elect an athletic manager
whose duty it will be to take charge
of the athletic functions of her partic-
ular house.
The newly appointed athletic man-
agers should sign up for the hockey
tournament immediately on the post-
er in Barbour gymnasium. Letters
will be sent to the various houses ex-
plaining the new system of team or-
ganization.
Marriage Announced
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Anna Van Tuyl, '26
to Ralph W. Muncy '23F. The wed-
ding took place on September 2
according to their classifications.
They may wear street clothes.

Why must entering upperclass wo-
men attend the lectures given by Miss
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women? The
question has been asked so often that
it has become one of the four leading
copics of conversation among womeL
students.
The object of Miss Hamilton's lec-
tures is to assist in the orientation of
all entering women students. Accord-
ing to Miss Hamilton they will cover
a discussion of the organization of
the University, and the relation of
each individual group to the whole
They will include a description of the
kind of responsibilities it is neces-
cary to carry in the self-government
in any university.
"There is no entering student who
League To Give
Party For Women

Entering women of the

University

GLEE CLUB WILL HOLD
INITIAL TRYOUTS SAT.
University Girl's Glee club will
launch its years' activities Saturday
morning when initial tryouts for
membership will be held in studio
216 at the University School of Mu-
sic. Other tryouts will take place
from 4 to 5:30 o'clock next Monday'
and Tuesday.
A tryout for accompanists, also,
will be held Tuesday. All women
with the exception of the freshmpn
class, regularly enrolled in the Unij-
versity, are eligible to membership in
the organization.
The first meeting of the women's
glee club will take place at 4:30
o'clock Tuesday in the parlors of
Barbour gymnasium.
WOMEN To SIGN UP.
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University women may sign up for
the tennis tournament on Wednes-
day, Thursday or Friday of this week
in Barbour gymnasium. Honor points
are earned according to' the honor
point system compiled,! by the Wo-
men's Athletic association for taking
part in the tournament.
A phamphlet explaining in full de-

Kappa Phi will hold a meeting at
7:30 o'clock tonight at Wesleyhall.
The executive board of the Wo-
men's Athletic association will meet
at 5 o'clock on Wednesday, Oct. 1.
All sport managers are requested to
draw up tentative plans for their
sports and submit them at that time.
Officers of Athena society will
meet at 7:30 o'clock today in Helen
Newberry residence.
Senior and sophomore interclass
hockey practice will be held at 4
o'clock today on Palmer field.
Freshmen and junior practice will'
take. place at 5 o'clock. Women are
asked to meet at the field house
which is located on fourteenth street
in back of the new nurse's home.
Members of the leadership commis-
sion of the Y. W. C. A. will meet at
4 o'clock tomorrow in Newberry hall.
Members of the Y. W. C. A. cabi-
net will hold a luncheon meeting at
12 o'clock Thv'sday in Newberry hall.
Women will meet at the hour they:
have elected to take gymnasium work
in Barbour gymnasium on Tuesday

Women whop desire to assist in
coaching any of the sports are re-
quested to call at the physical educa-
tion offle in Barbour gymnasium on
September 23, 24, or 25 between 2 and
5 o'clock.
Any junior women who are still
writing Junior Girl's plays should
communicate with Norman Bicknell,
2946J. Plays will be accepted for
some time yet.
Sophomore and Senior advisors are
requested to report at Barbour gym-
nasium as soon as possible and look
up their advisees. The list will be
placed on the bulletin board in the
gymnalum.

are invited to attend the party that
is being given Tuesday, September
30, by the Board of Directors of the
Women's League. This is the first
league party of the year and marks
the beginning of a series of interest-
ing events according to officers of
the organization
Faculty Club to Open Activities
Activities of the Faculty Women's
club for the year will open with a
luncheon and board meeting at 1
o'clock tomorrow, at the Haunted
Tavern. Plans for the coming months
will be made.
Paris, Sept. 23-The Main says
the reason why the German repre-
sentatives at London refused to in-
clude dye-stuffs and synthetic nitro-
gen in the list of goods for which
it is to be responsible for repara-
tion payment is that Germany wish-
es to keep what may today be call-
ed the monopoly of war.
HAVE YOU SUBSCRIBED YET?

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Frocks of Kasha in plaids or
stripes are new and decidedly
smart for campus and sports
wear. $25.

SECOND FLOOR

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say. I'm writing the Pater to
send me a dozen Eldorado pencils.
They are all sold out down at
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Details Supre
Supreme in function-supreme in Fashion. It's the important
little details of the mode that means so much to smart cos-
tuming these days. What to get-what color-what to
choose for one's various costumes. Our displays show only
the correct and fashion-right accessories according to this
season's mode. You will have no trouble in choosing, after
you have seen our displays of new Fall Accessories.
Sweaters

Just Released!

DOODLE-DOO-DOO
TOO TIRED ........Sung by Margaret Young
PLEASE
CHARLESTON CABIN
....................Ray Miller and His Orchestra

FOLLOW THE SWALLOW
NOT NOW, NOT YET, BUT
.......Played by Carl Fenton

SOON.
and His Orchestra

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Blouses
Hosiery
Underwear
Neg igees

BLUE EYED SALLY
NEVER GETTIN' NO PLACE BLUES
......................Dixie Stars
IDON'T KNOW WHY
PATSY
........Played by Abe Lymans California Orchestra

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