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The ;annual Pan-Hiellenic Tall given
by the Mlichiganin iterso'rority asso-
ciation wvill take place Novembeor 28
t (;rangerr's aemy. Thu1' is ll his
.given for the ixbenefit ocf the Un':iver-
si,,yof 1Michigan ~tLague and it is for
thsreason that l:Mr. C:range r has con-
; enlted 'to have it -in the academy.
Tktswill ]e distiribudalnong
the various sororitie's and a Liale will
11o !-ld in the sgymuil siuru at a later
daeoi, 'uthe ;einning oW, the Sale will
niteannunceentas to the exact
e o th beinnngof the sale will
b~ fllO~lC~l atr.The academy.
I d 1!c_omodate 3;0couples.
( olnnuit tees for the -affair are as
fellows: General chalirman, Jeanne
biig,'25 ailii an offref1ireshments,
I~ ~ ~ ~~~~~1 ~ ~ry 2,Mr 1a~l,'26,
t 1' ,1 ! .' I a. , r: 1 , ' ' 2 6, P r g r a /, '2 i
1 uUL4~ie Jeli~n,'6, 'r2d
]i~ne livly,'25 1 arretGoodall,
~'2iCLdysflx,'2-. Patrons and pa-I
tzaes~s :I~eui~ Cobli,7'6, Win-
It-... ''-, B re ie mith, '26; i
lnilicty VetaD~fht, '5,Louise
1. .rc f , 2t1, Drorthy _Adrs;on, '25.

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The Faculty Women's Club de-c-
sires to secure the names of fac-
ulty wives who would like to
join the newly organized.
"Bridesi' sec tion1." WNives of fee-E
silty of therad of in:strucj(tor or1
'absove whlo have been married'
lessVt-an tasyarerceligible forI
mem bership. Anyone who w~'orId
l:Ike , 1X10 be l;e1a13mIfll7erof,
sectIion is us dl o
v,~* BalhP at,2' iJo


H xa; net Donaldson, '27, was elected
arcery manager at a meeting of the
',tr?iiner - of all the teams held yTester-
dlay. ,!isi onaldson automatically be-
cumes a member of the executive
hoard of the Women's Athletic asso-
ciation with this Position and will at-
tend all of the regular mreetings of
the hoard.
T1:he interclass archery tournament
wvil talKe place at 3 o'clock Tuesday
on Palmer field. This is the first
tume in the history of women's ath-

Completing the round robin in in-
terclass hockey, the juniors won from
the freshmen with a 1 to 0 score and;
the sophomores defeated the seniors
by 2 in the tournament which was
played off yesterday.{
The sophomore class claim the high-
est pcrcentage in the tournament,
having won two games, lost noune,
and tied one. The freshmen have the
next highest scoring having won, lost
and tied in the thre games in which
they played. The seniors and juniors
have tied in their percentage; both
won one game andl lost two.
In order to decide the champion-1
ship a three ,game series will be play-
ed off betvleen the freshmnen and sop-
homlores at1; 5 ~oel{ on Tuesda.A
4 o'clock ihQ s:niors and Juniors will
play the first gamne of the consolation
ser c's of tlsree games.!

Pi Lambda Theta
Holds Open Meeting,
Pi Lambda Theta 'held an openi
meeting at 8 o'clock Wednesday at
the Delta Delta Delta house.
After an informal introduction of
the visitors and memubers;, Prof. Ral-
eigh Schorling, pirincipal of the. Uni-
versity high school spoke on four
functions of edlucation with special
emphasis on methods in mathematics.!
More than 30 women were present. j

Members of the social service conm-I Dr. M1arg*aret Pell. Thles-e lectu,
mittee of the Y. W. C. A. will have a! are held at 4 o'clock in Sarah C
meeting at 1:1.5 o'clock today at Betay well Angell hall.
H.a.rbour house.
Athletic managers are requested
Chairmen. of the committees of Stu- notify members of their respect
dent league of Matinee Musicale are hockey teams that no junior or sen
requestedl to meet at 3:30 o'clock to- wcman will be allowed to play or
day at the School of Music.- team unless she has had a heartr
lung examination this fall. AthME
In order that pictures for the Mlicim-I managers must turn a list of
iganensian may be arranged, all wk ",tnanies of the members of their tea
men who have received "M" sweaters ini to Miss Elsie Erley together w
are asked to call Mariana Smalley. the classes to whiclh the members
3405-W at once.j long and the number of times e,:
memrber has conic out for hockey.
Upperclass' women' who have hy-




gieno lectures to mhake up from prev-
ious years are expectedl to do so ini JRead
tae 'Thursday sections according to

the Want


' j 1(%ti--s at Alichigan thlat archery has
Variey- been given a place in initerclass
To Be Displayed shorts.
At Style RevzewlC I TEREOT
sport c'n~tumcs, tea, and newandl
# sa:'.(en review Which will be -present-
ed( at °I o'cl.)ck todlay in Sarah Ca , Preliminary rep~orts of the finance
w eil A*11ni hal under the auispi c~s of drive of the Y. W. C. A: were made11 [pWoe': aguanincnc- ensaytameinofhee-
tih; Wom 'te'W eegueadrntoy ec cutive committee of the finance cam-
The frocks and gows hibar aign at Newberry halx11 llen Browvn,
io ~gwn hosonh, beencei eby'25, represents the finance depart-
Mr. M. I. Ja'obson t f Jacobson's ' ment on the Y. W. C. A. cabinet and
new zreaCiy -to-"l ear 'shot? in the latestchimnotisomtte
'shipment fro-In New Yfork. The shoes 1 em cltishv pone
which are to be worn by the models-
are to be furnished by Wahr's shoe their 10 assistants. Emily AIfcEluain,
store. 26, miade the report that tickets are
storenow being sold for thme banquet
The mnodels which have been wihi ob ie o h iac
cho en are Vi gilli Sp in 2 , R th-'26oald 3 rorkers on N ovem ber 4, at the Con-
Macrin 2,,ald 25 loecePrbt, gregational church. Mary Tyler Lou-
Pylis iand3rie y'27 Clotte25 1than, '26, and Juna May Barnes, '26,
There will lie(lancing and refresh- anucdta h ucen hc
mens wl? e f red n Brbor gm-will be given Wednesday, Thursday,
Ensil e stle shn aousgym-an([ Friday for all campaign workers
nasiim afer th stye sho. Mu ill be free, the S. C. A. being in-
i oo the diancing and during the re-
view will I e furnished by the Kappa Yctdt h is oe rgnlsns
Siga rcesra \I W C. A. songs and parodIies aire
TIownzspeople as:xwell as University )(ing compiled by Ethel Schroeder,
wormen are invitedl to attend the af- 2,ad1ilySur,'6 none
fair. ialt all of the canvassing lists had
fair.been conmpleted.
Mr.TtpenB lkn- i h A finial nmeeting of thie executive
daugter wif an moter f a.eonmittce of t t~ inlan~ce(drive of the
dau~ bfe, t f: ad moher f a\. W. C. A. will Lo held at 3 o'clock
U3nited Stats Seator. Tien father Incayat Nweryhal
was the late Henry Gassa way Davis, i t' I.yhal
her husband thme1'ate Senator Elkins, ~ 't i tybenw
andherson I enn Dais lkis, s VYou Sr ~ipt~ i on isp-yablenow.

14o nmns Club Hears
Conv'entlion Report,


Murmmers dlramr.atic society will hold
a m~eeting' at 4 o'clock Monday at
the Gamma Phi Beta horse. Initia-.
tion will be held then and the play
"Overtones" presented.
All members of the outlawiti, hockey
tea : will practice at 4 o'clock. Friday
on Palmer field. At, this time the

.A Y ~Wom-
an's club of which Mi-rt. On rHarris-
on is president, retorts of the fol-
lowing convention delegates were
given: Miss Grace Carelton, dele-
gate to the 17th biennal convention
held in May at Los Angeles. Calif.:
Mrs. Josephine Cleveland and Mrs. -
Ruth Buchannan, delegates- to the;
State Federation of Women's clubs
in September at Petoskey, Mich., and
Mrs. Ruth Buchannan, delcgate to the
International Peace conference in
June at Washington, D. C.
The program also includes two ye.-
cal selections by Miss Ingham Sutley,'
accompanied by Miss Doris Flingloss.
I-Hans Natone!k, German essayist
and cr-itic, predicts that Jan. 1. will
mlar k the endl of the bobbed hair craze
andl that thousands of women will be j'
flocking to wig-makers to cover up
the boyish haircuts.j
Read the Want Ads1E
1). W. (RIFFI'ft'S

captain will be elected.
Mlren~hers of the cast of act :t, "Ponds
of Interest" of Masz ,tes dramatic
society will meet at 4 o'clock today'
at Newberry hall for practice.

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Entertain your friends
I at
330 Maynard St. Tel. 99C

The resmanGirls' glee club has
(C~I~lteUitsorgaization and is be-
Stnnig stem' ork. The offi-cers
chsnfor thie year are: Alice
Kelog, resdet; Jean Green-
sh3ciesirain Susan Storke, sec-
rotary' . iEui~ice Northrup, of Uni-
- est 1 g col will direct the
girls his yer andRena A. Pavitt
Fify-oe irls were chosen for
mremte (rsh.iip in the .club, t the try-
out3s held e(arlier in thle semester.
We~kiymnentng~, a which practice
singingi done, ar" held every Moi-
da; y in,lie pa''3lou!i-of P.arhmoum gymn-
7:aSt1um1. Arglrhouir !has, nu"t leen
decidied uona yet, but until fur-
(h7wr,1n.fice they will take place at 4
Ethe Banymoie, it uous cOes

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New Fashions H1ave Arrived

thle pre'senit U. S. Sonator from


1. aiiy iL'$sil>eos ro i .upcrior iResul-,

'rlday fo eri h a P ar
1'o' Emggine~ (all 284

h ae° just cived a new
spiofMarinello Coin
tics and are now in a posi
!Lion to satisfy your needs. I
I:Permanlent Wavingy, Mar-1
jceiling, Shampooing and'
H air Shoppe f
!1 707 N. University :Ave.
.hn 25

A Clothes Shop, You'll Like

Many of the best dressed lUni-
versity men buy their clothes at
the Herman, Mandis C& Bog in
Shop. For they have learned that
here for $45 to $75 they can buy
clothes which "match up" with
those for which a good tailor
must charge $100 or more.
All, we ask is an opportunity of
showing you just how true this is.
Will you come in?
Illustrated -a Pomfloar Univer-sity
M~odel, tailrrd "soil" for icomfort.

for the intr eason




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IN'J-"r f: $e:,rd. Packard Sts.


November days are fast ap-
proaching and, are demand-
ing a change for the winer
the Holiday seasoni, which'
brin 's her devotees 1.1 from
the link's and drives' an
leads theme into a. round of
receptions, club m-eetings
and many other informal
and formal occasions. -

Suiits .
Dinner Suits..

$;45 to $ 75
.$45 to $110
$67.50 to $ 30

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'That's all you h-ave to pay here
for genuine Quaker quality pule
thread silk hose. Colors are
fawn, almond, pearl gray and
black. Rich looking. Service-
able. Telephone I1,000.


Today at 4:30 P. M.
In JBarbour Gymnasium
may see the latest in Fashion's decree:
to attend.


Given by
The Women's League

The FashionS ho x

A special offering of Felt
and Wool Velours



Linma 21. Togerty 's
Specialty Hlat Shop
117 Last Liberty Street

East Liberty
Just off State


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