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MASQUES ANNOUNCE CASTI
FANNUALPRODUCTION
FlT4t SQV STAG~E
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Faculty Women's
SClub To Present YVVCAOFESOUI
S"Icebound" Today N C LUBElLEADERSHIP

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j The following committees were ap-
Afemibers of the Student league of
.1ainee Musicale can obtain course1 pointed at a meeting of the Freshman
tickwt s for the Matinee Musicale con- Spread committee Wednesday: in-
cents inl the office of Mrs. Byrl Fox vitation, Alice Hicks, chairman; Car-I

Bacher at the School1 of Music.

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(,?t(d the following~ woumen to take
part in their play, "od of Intor-
es.. which will begienDec. 3 In
Iii ill auditorium~x: Katherine L1:. iark
'2i6; Pi"aud Corey, '25; E le:anlor Cro kgk
'25; Eliziabeth Straps, '26; M'arg aret
7affingr , '26; Mary Van Bluren, '27;
ElizabeH ayes, '25; Julio Simpsonl.
'25; arguerite Goodman, '26; Mazr-
g-aret Ainsworth, '26; Virginia M ar
Karen, '25; Alberta Oilson, '2i; Mint a
Miller, '25; Ruth Kahn, '27; licatal
"'agner, '25; Virginia Crolnin,
3Illen IBoormuan, '25; Ruth Ver'nilyca.
"26; Frieda Banks, '27.
"F~onds of Interest," following the
order of form'er Masquesa iroductidnm
which offer all opportunity for pictur-.
esque and e xotic settings, will have a
Spanish tinge.'
ill the a!bsee of Prof. J. Raleigh
Nrlvson, of the Fn.-Inee ring dlepart-
u'tnt, P'rof. Keuyon of the !Spaniish
tic wartmlcnt of the Engine^erig school
wlill direct the play.
N eedlework Guild
Re ,uests Members
To Send ArtIles
vlel ibers of 'the N' ( iewo~l'k Guild
of America are request ed to sf-ldI the
a rticles they are preparing to tl er
di'ectors S SS ~la5sp(%SS 51.hle. Th,
I-aublic colle(dtion, which t"'O erilect ors
s.al tn, will I lke ultlce 1next xweek.
~;velit; is de irel inl pairs Ox-
aetl alkeand (sxhhillIle either ne(w
,;arments 1 or new Lou: e.)ld lznen.
Th edfor infiants.' ae cildren's
n , l ol n"f ' I s for g irls up ' to tr-n y cra1.
wrill be welcomed. All price ma11r',>
size, andl place of purchase should be
left oll the articlcS inl case a cliante' in
size is necessary.{
Airs. Grace S. Richmond, author ofI
many popular books, was t, JCal a I(?
gree from Colby college, Me ln, in 37oI
inl recognition of her Tn'c1, lcr
square," which was dedicated to thec
"small college with (lbe grins . ,ide:i s
where (vor it1mA!y Ib(.''fI ;':. ~Ili :
inat)lb~1o'a: for V: c tLr ztlgeof
V ay or y oulr Sii ise rtaIin a lf~t'y.

"Icebound," by Owen Davis, will be
the play readt at the meeting of theE
Tuesday afternoon dramatic section
o[ the Faculty *Women's club whichx
will be held at 2 : 30 o'clock today at!
the howe of Mrs. U. BI. Phillips, 1954
Camibridgea road. Mrs. Wilbur Hum-
phreys w ill be program chairman for
the (day.E
New mzembers of the club who are

1'hcre will be a meeting of the
conducted by the Y. W. C. A. have FO res;hman Spread committee at 4 o'-
been completedl. This course is open clock, today, in the parlors of Bar-
only to upperclassmen and will be -iv- hour gymnasium.
en by means of Iec(tures, discussions,;
practical work and de~mnstration.' Archery teams will be selected this
week. The field will be open for gen-
This course has been conducted. by eral practice from 3 to 4 o'clock to-
the city Y. W. C. A. in the past few 'day. I

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interested in joining the dramatic years to train womn to prepiare
sections should call the chairman-of thei;elves for leadership in the Y.
either of the sections, as the number W. C. A. clubs.t
in them is limited. Mrs. U. B. Phil- Because of the increasing inter f~t
lips is chairman of the Tuesday aft-4 in the work these classes have recent-
ernoon section, and Mrs. Carl Weller ily3 been organizedl in the student as-
is chairman of the Monday evening sociation and are now open to up-
section.j per classmnn who wish to preprare
themselves to become leadeIrs of the
younger girls in organized or nil-or-j
M iss Prat gtls 0anized groulns in any 'line of workc.
On hme Pro lm The ain of the course will be "ok
teach the principals and practical
I things which apply to all clubs, in-
Miss Aj na Pratt, an internationally cludipg girl reserve, girl scouts or
famed social worker and lecturer, camnp otuneillors and l it will teach
addressed the criminology class of the prIini~pals underlying group dtis-
the sociology department yesterday, cussion among yptinger girls.
jShe spoke to the class on the subject Sixm eetintgs have been lplanied hbe-
o"HmPrbes"wtwhcsefre iritnaiewhcth(1,is familiar, having for several years ;;ion will be concentratedI on the
co-operated withz the Philadelphia grade school girls. Mrs. LoMui red
public schools as a social worker vold, a membl~er of the advisory con-
among the poor families. ajitteem of the Y. W. C. A and a train-
ed recreation loader, will c. nduct
Cf n kn~ h3 first meeting to be held at A
MRS,. KELLY I'D Pp~fl o'clocV Thursday, at Newberry ]hell.
A ~I 'q' 1I NF IIISIPAI F COUNCIL O1FFICE HOURS

The Xi, chapter of Pi Lambda The-!
t,, will hold an open meeting at 8 o'-
clock tomorrow at the Delta Delta
Delta house.
Members of'the Y. W. C. A. cabinets
will hold a meeting at 4:15 o'clock
today at Newberry hall.
Athena society will meet at 7:1.5
o'clock tonight in room 4006 of the
Literary building.
yInterclass hockey games will be
played todhty as /follows : Juniors
vs. sophomores at 4 o'clock, and sen-
iors vs. freshmen at 5 o'clock.
A swimming class for upperclass
students in the physical education de-
partment will be held at 8 o'clock
Tuesday and Thursday mornings, inj
the Y. M. C. A. pool as sooh as the
indoor season opens.
The last open class for archzery=
practice will be held at 3 o'clock to-
dlay. Teidms will be chosen tonight
and( the interclass tournament will
stazrt next week.
Group, singing auGt recrea Lon work
will be the subjects discussed.
Mrs. Knox Mitchell wvill have charge
of the remaining meetings, all of
which will be at 7 :45 o'clock, instead
of at 4 o'clock. The lecture and dis- I
cussion on Thum~da y, Nov. 0, will bej
on "Child Nature," Nov. 13, "Com-!
mrunity as a force in child life."
The club leadership committee is as
follows: Louise Pennington, '25, chair-
Sman; Marion Branch, '25, Doris Giln-
is,' '26, Sarah kingsley, '25, Marion
Walker, '25, and larriet Abbot, '27.,

The Slickest Coat
on the Campus !

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olyn Paul, Edelyn Peterson, Agnes
Sheldon. Refreshment, Frances Par-
rish, chairman; Minerva Miller. Pro-
gram, Frances King, chairman; Mar-
jorie Weber. Favors, Harriette Ab-
bott, chairman; Ruth Hirschman. De-,
corations, Helen Reece, Hannah Fitch.
Floor, Gertrude Bailey. Music, Phyl-
lis Johnson. Publicity, Irene Field,
chairman; Elizabeth Thompson.
Treasury, Helena Knapp, chairman;
Helen Searight. Jean Kyer, acting
chairman. Mae Kellar, secretary. MaryI
Barrett, honorary chairman.
Members of the committees will
meet at 4 o'clock today in the par-
lors of Barbour gymnasium.
Mother Mary Deaver has been ,a
members of the Salvation Army in
Philadelphia for a period of 31 years.

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"IHow Composers Compose," a lec-

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ture-recital by DMrs. Edgar Stillman.-j every-a' ""a kJ3
Kelly will be the afternoon program cil in their new
at the regular meeting of the Matineet in the activities
Musicale which will be held at 3:15 Michigan Union. B
o'clotl ck tomorrow at Marthla CCok council will be o'
xbutldmag. i's. Sti lman-Kelly is the Iaponetiesa
president of the Ohio Federation of to :onfrlf W ~ith a,
Music clubs and the clhairmhan of the various phases of
American mush; ic section of the Na-, pus problems.
tional Fcrderat on of Music clubs, has been initiate(
Single or course tickets may b)e I to bring the sta'
obtained at the docor tomorrow after- ti coser contact wi
noon iczore the musicale. sentativos on the
ICT/icl SiibSCiptioiis $230)---pay;IlE
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hours will be
4 to 5 o'clock
Stu~tlent Coun-
offices located
room of the
Mfembers of the
an hand at the
,nd will be glad
ny student onl
,fcurrent camn-
['his plan hss
A. in an effort
Je t body into
"Ith. their rere-
d'ouincii.

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No well dressed college than is
without one. It's the original,
correct slicker and there's noth.
ingas smart or sensible for rough
weather and chilly days.
Made of famous yellow waterproof
oiled fabric. Has all'round strap on
collar and elastic at wrist~bands:
Clasp - closing style
Button-closing style
Stamp the correct name in your
memory, and buy no other. The
"Standard Student" is made only
by the Standard Oiled Clothing Co.,
New York. Slip one on at

Oratorical Asin. Programl
Subject' "Drania as a t ol
l 'orce (it a D) c :nocriiy."
Oct. L0. So'cloCk, hill A.

THE
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ealsX7.50 p-
Per Weekp
$6.00 for Two Meals
Birealifast. from 7 to 8
I Lich from 12 to 1
D~inner from 5 :30 to 6:30
Single Meals
"TASTES LIKE IHOME"

F p' P b te,1 in g s rp o i n o r t 110 o1lii n g
g ~sur e~s these bat -
u'obcs of qulted ,ati-. Plain aid
Changeable colors in all shades.
T ap silk lined. Pri ced $15 to
$27.50
cSIi(',OND FsLOOR
G"OD0 A S
124 SOUHi MAI:l2^IN
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"At All Good Dealers''

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An Unusually Fine Collcto f

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Sanlitax Hair Brushes
Can_ be cleaned perfectly-
boiled or 'sterilized-
without injury to frame or bristles.
See the various kinds at our store.
EBERBACH & SOAN CO.

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An unprecedented opportunity is now yours-to select Oriental and Chin c
rugs of rare beauty at prices below any ever off ercd b .orc. A nio s': unlusual
collection of antique, semiI antiquc and mrodern pieces has Iccn brou 'jt
together for your selection.
Hundreds of Mats Priced $2.00 $.00, :and tup

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You want your appetite
r-xto be satisfied w he n you
leai :c the breakfast, lunch
or dinner table. Our food w
in its preparation and qual-
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PUGZ
Youthful, and pretty
as the girls who wear' (,-,.~.
it -in tan calfskin,
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-short vamp, pug-. -f--"\
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This group includes Turkish rugs alhout
3 x 5 and some Anatolians and presents
many lovely pieces at a remarkably
low price-$1 7.50.

When the barber'
bobs the hair
WALK-OVER shortens the vamps
Vand lowers the heels of shoes to give
you this new style. It's the smartest, dain-
tiest little yduthful style ever made for girls
-- a short vamp, round toe oxford with a
low heel. In your regular size it makes
your foot look two full sizes smaller.

In this assortment are Anatolians and
Belouchistans about 3 x 5, every onc a
lovely example of artistic pattern and
coloring at a price you will like,-
$ 19.50.

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LARGER RUGS PRICED, ACCORDINGLYN

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