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IPIORE WOMEN TD
Il ENTERTAINED AT TEA

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Preparatory. to the opening of the ' FtESIIT
Christmas workshop, the social ser- -

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HOU SE RULES

RED SAL RECORDS
A Com plete Album of Red Seal Records

SopThomore women who are inter- vice committee of the Y, W. C.A.I
ested; in any form of writing or in will hold a meeting at 2 o'clock to-;
I1!1- AI -;im are iiivited to a tea a t 4 morrow in Newberry hal to make ar-
o'clock tomorrow at Betsy Barbour rangements before the formal open)-
house. ing on Tuesday.
Women on camipus publications wiVl I Dolls and scrap books will be
act a,, h:stesses for the occasion and made at this meeting to be used as
staff members of the various publi- models for the remaining meetings of
cations' will serve. Miss Jeanette Per- the workshop which will be open
ry, diretor of Betsy Barbour Diouse from 2 to 5 o'clock Tuesday, Wed-i
will pour and Mbiss Jean Hamilton, nesday and Thursday afternoons ua-
d10an1 of wiomen. Mrs. Amy Hobart tit ChIrstmas vacation.'
anti Mfiss Grace Richards will assist Detroit merchants have given ma-
in receiving the women. terials and supplies for this "work.E
Upon investigation of the interests 'There are 150 dolls to be dressed
of University women in various activ- during, this time, at the workshop.
ities, it was found that a greater num- All women interested are urged to
ber of wvomen were interested in some attend the, meetings on one of these
form of newspaper or magazine writ- dates.
in~ than was expectecd. Campus pub-j The social service committee of the
Ilt:,tions take care of only a limited Y. WX. C. A. is as follows: Esther.
numbel r of thiese women who swish to I Anderson, '25, Jessica Megaw, '25,
express themselves in this form. The ! Virginia' Simmers, '25, Anna Arnold,
tea, therefore, will be held in an ef-1'27x,. Ruth Kahn, '27, Lida, Thatcher,
fort to draw the women with a com- 125.

Amendments a
the present hour(
on at the joint ii
ot R-'ep resentativc
Tlf7 ?r'tnrJIof SL 11A

ed readjustments of
erules will be votod j
neeting of the Board
es and the Board 'ofI
Women's League to

zSymphoij° ny it INor ("l nititshed- 1 t Moveilelt,
6 4 9hart 1 aid Part 2 (Schubert)
St.okowski and Philadelphia Orchestra
'Sympnti-1y i-3B Mior ("Unfinished")-1st )Movement,
(4 4 6 Par :mlnd2nd I ovenient, Part 1
Stok:owski and Philadelphia Orchestra
f ~vinp:i i D3 Minor ("Unfinished") -2nd Mfovement,
C 4ti 1 F and I(Part 3
Stokowski and Philadelphia Orchestra
'The imnimor _t Unfinished Symphony of Franz Schubert. Three rec-
ords Lu cess ark Lo giveo iti"n full. It is a masterpiece of music, and
a matriceo eorig nd the conductor, tie orchestra, and
thec V ictor Copany ave r~tl laid a work before the public witl

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lie held soon.

A discussion concern-

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ing the questions to be brought upfly t
this meeting was held yesterday at a
Board of Representatives meeting.
The Board of Representatives con-'
sists of all presidents of organizedl
houses while the Board of DirectorsI
consists of a body of students elected
by all women at the spring campus
elections.

$39.50
C~harm In1Y simple top-
coat of nuyShagf-
In r; o;,. Con-ertable
cla. Flare back.
17'w-burttont front fast-
enig.Rag1lansleeves.
IHaif, lined with peont
wee cygne. Can be
-worn with or- without
belt.
SECOND FLOOR

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will meet at 3 o'clock tomorrow at
Newberry hall.
Women who have signedl up forI
rifle practice will meet at 4 o'clockj
today in Barbour gymnasium.
Buenos Aires, Nov. 1.-Gayne Dex-
ter, Australian explorer, is planningj
an expedition to search for the live
dinosaur reportedl seen in Lake Es-
guel in the Andes.

v Qiiiitttei E Flat _Majr-lst Mlovei iciit and 2 ad
6 4 6 2 -, ThiC ' it (Schumiann)
(~spGabrilowitsch with Flonzaley Quartet
QU:I~L Ei FFlat _tajor-3rd AMovement -and Finale
(,,4 ;y I (ichumiann2)
Os i, Gabrilowitsch with Flonzaley Quartet
rih(-, ecxtr'aordinary onsamble < records introduce Ossip Cabrilowitsch,
internationally, famous pianist, comiposer and conductor' of the
Dectr oit Symtphony Orchestra, as a Victor Rled Seal artist. In con-
julnction with the Flonzaley Quartet, he has recorded, entire, 'this
.noiimental quintet for piano andl strings-an achievement of the
highiest musical importance. Comte in and hear these wonderful
c< ris
Schaeberle OrSon Music House

GOOD YEA 1(
124 SOUTH MAIN

on interest together ant i icussth
ssib~ilties of formng a society I tertained the active members at the
rough which they can find an outletJ annual Hallowe'en dinner party',
r their talent and desire'to write . Thursday night.
tny lid , ))lGnOo Nwmnwho is'in-
f 5ea in this form of expression is Kappa Kappa Gamma entertained
ro s t 'o attendI the tea tomorrow.1 with a 'formnal pledge dance Friday
i0 viirious wvomen on publications night.
X11 be present to explain their mndi-
lua~ yp'e of wocrk andauges the ;K appa Delta entertained the fol-
1,v~ b wl ich a new woman on lowing guests 'at dinner Wednesday:
c~ cmpu s imay enter into publica- Prof. Roy W. Cowden, and Mrs. Cow- I
in aivt,rnot only by actually try- den, Prof. Solomon F.' Gingerich, and
y> out fo r a staff position but, by Mrs. Gingerich, Prof. Clifford C. Me-

110 South Main St.

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rlirli in voluntary mnanuscripts
t uSe in the (camwpus imagazines.
Tb ~pbliatlnswomen extend an
Nvita,4,on to every sophomore woman
'I~h a des~ire to write to 'attend thel
E~a, alid Imeeft other University womenV1
ho Dae the samnedesire.1
Social ,Notes
Ga4 nia Phli Bet.a entertained at a
orr~1 leidge d"'nce Friday. Mrs.
Iilliam LBrace, !Mr. Iand] Mrs. Bert
~turicr, 11n(1l Mr.and MAors. Nathan
Potter chaperoned. Fall' flowers
were used ais decorations and the
nusie was furnhsled by the Glee. Club
nrchc~stra.

loche, and Mrs. Meloche.
E ngagemeent of Helen R. Sherman,
'25, Toronto,; Canada, Alpha Xi Delta,
to Foster Poser, '24, Phi Kappa Tau,
of Flint, Michigan, was announced at
an informal party at the Alpha Xi
D~elta h'ouse.
Alpha Chi Omega announces the
pledging of Maurine Watts, '26, of
Jackson, Michigan.
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Members of the outlaw hockey
teami will have their final practice at
4 o'clock tomorrow at Palmer field.

Pi Beta Phi ave af
d:ance Fridiay. iss Geo
Mrll. and' Mr-is. J. 4C.;Upi
flowers adwetsm
tions. rus'oCeSt

formnal pledge
rtrule .James,
ton, and Mliss

Freshman
meet in the,
nasium at 4

Spread committee will
parlors of Barbour gym-
o'clock Tuesday.

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pld:so1 Tf ct-,

peronCS. j"I11
Je upI1) oa-j CaptAins and teamn members serv-
t 'a fis1hedI ing on the Y. W. C. A. finance cam'-
ipaign will meet at 5 o'clock tomorrow
in Newberry h-all for a 15 minute
formal pledge meeting.
I Members of the executive commit-
P'hi Alphay en- tee of the Y .W. C. A. finance drive

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Quite the smartest thing is the simple
frock of Silk, Kasha, or Velvet, with
rather, severe collars and cuffs. Of

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