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'HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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rA VAM M MVKWA ZU

'CLIJB LEADRSHIP CLASS
TO HOLD '-lSGUSSIONI

MICHIGAN DAMES PAN CLASSES IN RIFLE OPENl
SERIES Of DISCUSSIflS TO UNERIYWDMENi

"IA Better 'Mililg ail
(;reatcr 1i1 kli;a i"
Did you knc
th(at the

IMILTON EXPLAINSl
AIGN ORGANIZATION
11 ACT (ON ('A iPAVI 2
U) W1 ?a f'p'

Fqi-rtune Gone,
Society Woman
Learns To Work

'IUNIOR PLAY MEuING
K TO BE HELD TONIGHT

"Child Nature" is the subject to bc "Educational Work in China" was! Additional sections ins rifle shoot-
(iscussed at the club leadership class. the subject discussed Ily Mrs. Norman ! ig have been arranged foar its order
which will meet at 7:45 o'clock to- Wood at the h'st meeting of Michigan I to accommodate more tl,.an 0 women
night at Newberry hal. Mrs. Knox! Dames on TuesdAy evening, Nov. 4, at who have expressed thecir desire to
Mitchell who has been a leadler in the Faculty Women's club. Mrs. Wood participate in the :;p0 it, accordting to
' jnrnuq('?,miiifv florefl17iztiflflinI ctln.. I 1.r.f at Mlinv enllP~ ein I M issElalb M!.-CriI<dci rcr oilii

S~ 1 .A.

Sthe UiversitJy ofMihgnJem
'Tntry 'who1 have been as"ed to h
Ithe Centoral cmaincommilttee.
1-e need of <centralization was . felt
ishort ca'paign,. IPi ng tW)-
epl the idea was to allow every Dart.
fthe country not only to raise maoney
Kt assist onil 'ans and help) change
as.
Miss DIphne TWO, '13, is fil see-
tary of the (camipaign Anad has been
(in1g wor in northerniI7C"' M:ichlin.:
s: iting towns that did not organize
st year. Itis plnned to give one-
Of of her tiiinq to the :state ofMih
an and only one-half to the rest of
le country. The reaison fot this ., ac-
)rling to Mis 7s Jean I amilton, gen-
ial charm an, is that in Michigan ev-
y citizen has a vitatl interest ihr the
tidversity. They will he pou<,!
in building that is produccedOut-
Idc the state only Michigan men anii
,omen Avill be interested.
Fiethousand two hundlrcd -and fif-
'-three people made pledges to the
Sn paign. Of that 875 alumnale pl(edg-
1 "$207, 573 pledgd $50 life memnber-
ils and, 25S) who had pledged $50.:, life
cml'bersh s inthe 01(1 calll;i;i .
Msed that amou&t to $207.
"Some Ipeople thought we would;
retly rec~le the numberf)Ci of ipe( -
e whlo contributed to the fund by,
sking for so largeoaamo~)tsunt,"eonl-
inu 'I i sI 'ilton, "hutIthree
gith , ainre aluinnne gave 207 thi a

Miss 'Amy Loomis, 22, who i oI(l is to "lIYt1~li~1usil seLis er LV1119 mee11'ooi.~sL.; t:" 'l,1,i:< i{51 "c
eluding the Girl Scouts for several NaknIhndhr hemd " Prtmnent of l"'icl cdtlltoi
d e t t e J n o Gi l ' p a th s y a , years iw ill d r ct t e di c ss o . study of con ditions there. F rom 4 until 6 o'clock r a on M o day,.w l e t e p i c p l s e k r a h M s i c e l w l e l w t h h a k b r . W o s t e f r t , u s a n ' cl i s l y o a h w c
meeting of all, junior women which, work from the p~sychological point of of a series which the club is to have, classes will he held hut thiese sectious
will be held at 7 o'clock tonight in viiew of child training. "Child Na-jAmong other subjects to be discussedj are practically filled up. Ano~ther1 see-
Sara Casell ngel hai Th met tuc" will include a discussion of the are: Family Economic Problems, In- tion from 10 until1onWdedyi
in-g, which was announceds for yester- Psychological make up of the child, ternor Decorating, Llandscape Design, still open to women' who are inter-
dayin heDaiy as mstae. the instincts that .govern them, and Child Training, the Drama, and thei ested. The elementary lectures Vwhich
will precedeDprlcticalaworktwill b
JMiss Loomis will initiate a discus-I how to deal with themr in practical ! Novel.'wilpedepacct vor wiitb
sion of prospective plans to be car-i club leading. National headquarters for 'Michigan given by Captain L. M. Brickler, of
;ed out in this year's play. Charlotte Upperclassmen, only, are allowed in Dames is in Ann Arbor this year. t he R. 0. T. C., ini Barbour gm
Blagdon, '25, president of the Women's thiese courses which will be held on, The officers of the local chapter, Mrs. t nasium.
League, will speak of tet~dtoa Thursday evenings of every week at Stanley Low, president; Mrs. Josephj
aspects of the Junior Girls' play. Newberry hall.' Sweeney, vice-president; Mrs. H .R..
The juinior representative for the Hoover, recording secretary; Mrs. D. [
Women's League will be elected at Madison, Wis., Nov. 5.-Out of 1,2001 E. DeGraff, corresponding secretary;
this m~eeting. The candidates norni- eligible to vote, it is estimated that, Mrs. J. L. Champaign, treasurer, are __
nated for this office are Eunice Rose, JO3 studrents at the university exer- also national officers.
and Kathryn Wilson. cised their franchise in the president-
_ _ _ _ ial election.j The Student Mathematical society 'j
___--__________I will hold a meeting at 4 o'clock today T H Jl
Don't delay--Pay your Subscription in room 151 of the Chemistry build-
N tcstoday. ing. G E

is' the oldst Collcgc
r Ch iti.an A-Sociationi
Am-FCr'iC'. - L org'i:lcd
1857, with a.valua
Lc~itfge tat should]
e PDroi. 26:2t), "Where no
Is, _there the fire goetli o
pen Evenings

Salads.

Sandwiches

Rea red in the lapn of luxury, pamp-I
ered a nd 'petted, Miss Edythe Chgar-
lick, of New York, was a young so-
ciety womani when her family for-
tune vanishAed. She had a good edu-
cat-ion, a few, friedis and. an ability
to "mix."1;And sid not thinky she.
"wstoo good to work." So she
s tartced on a small 1scale to provide
the fast5i iours moh be rs of her acquaint-
an c wth irs-clssnurses for their
III, rn. c; has been such that

There will be a meeting of women
tryouts for the Michiganensian at 3 :3
o'clock today in the Press build-}
:ng on Maynard street.
The regular meeting of the honor
council, usually held on Wednesday,!
has been changed to today at MissI
Hamilton's dinner.}
Interclass hockey games will be
fplayed at 4 o'clock :today as follows:
Freshmen vs. sophomores, and seniors
vs. juniors.
Senior society will hold 'its regular
meeting at 7:30 o'clock tonigh~t iii
the, play room of. Betsy Barbour
Ihouse.
Officers of the University Girls' Glee
cluba will hold an important special
mweeting at 4 o'clock today in the par-I
lors of Barbour gymnasium. In case
any of the officers are unable to at-
tend they should 'call Miriamn Mlans-
field, '25, at 991-M.

lO TO A B A U Y A R O
337%2 South Main Street - Ann Arbor
Specializes in Ladies' Hair Bobbing, Shingling and Marcelling
Children's Hair Cutting.I
Open from 8:30 A. M. to 7 P. M.
Tuesday and Friday, open to 8":30 P. M.
Phone for appointment-2773-R

SHOP
I600 E. LIBERTY

Fountain Service
MVS Candyr

NOTICEvu

Mic igan-Oblo State Game
November 15th, 1924

Th'le last catm)aig n ws'okn w ri noieor one smllroo-
-big ,gifts, Tlev dn;'f.t: hik a , hihi ll she could (jafford at first
small gifts. Tefre nl 18 -hewasI a bR"11111Ig suite of offices
ie g'avie le';ssth1<an $50. Mnyaea nd over E''?1(1c 5,00{i )' )C('rt:!1:(1nurses are on
nothing because they cou1ldnt;gve shrfe.
much011as $5i), 'Te coninal ion cam-.w
pa1 Yignis ging Pout <fter people( who (' IAinnounce}Ru nn ers-
N~t :('1 ip UpIn Class .Tennis
Michigan. Not all h~r v. gadu (?.&
A pproxirlat 'y 7,500 a,,Idres;r,;. for Lot e'1rmgs nd ertrudet'.luber
thlcee eopl e are incorre't. Tre .re-
hav ben u'lard runners-up of the
mlains 7,500 that can !be'- miced r~n (ls sareuto h
through the pl1ea mad~le by the coln;] ni eni-fn l Iaed yesterday
m7ittee. Out of tis nuni ),r 1,)?'- :.v - The res hman chain-
m'ot-eontihp~ed~-1yal"ng. iaipll , prohbably be d(Oiiddby
Only two-se venths ,of 1the l ut n n) eed ftiswek ndteia
can~~~~~~~ berahdc&tn a.pd, ( 1)t' cfor eb-dirpinship of the Uni-
campignnumers Tw-seents o y iflthenie l)ayed off by the
the al~zune have rir- f1lsscapos
mnore lta Ihalf. ,
_________ris,┬░cenr frarsarred for Alpha

$6.00

Round Trip
Via

$6.00

Members of Masques will p7ra(-tmccr
act 2 at 4 o'clock today in Sarah Ca ,-
well Angell hall, act 3 at 4 o'clock
on Friday and acts 1 and 2 at 9 o'-
clock Saturday morning in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
Mummers dramatic society is wo. rk-
ing on a play called "The Crimson
Cocoanut" which will be presented at'
the Women's% League party Dec.' 12.
Members of the bride's section of
the Faculty Women's club will meet
at 3:30 o'clock today at the Faculty!
Women's clubhouse, 226 South Ingalls;
street, All who" are eligible for menm- I
bership are invited to attend.

Ann Arbor Railroad

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Ilio Ann Arbor' Bauli'o:z will run two sleeping car trains, one day
Pulmantralin and Itwo (lay coach trains. Sleeping car trains will
leave A n Arbowr s' ation Friday, November 14th, 12 o'clock midnigbt
city tlime aind da y traiins will leave 7:00 o'clock city time Saturday
,,or;img, Novemb(.r 15th.
Trickiet Office viii be opened at Michigan Union November 5th an(I
IH]Ilt,R aI AND) SL4EEJ':1 iNG CAR TICKETS WILL 13E SOLD. UP TO
AND ENCLU1DING NOVEMBER 11th,
No assurance of Railroad service can be '{given .if purchased after
that date.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD CO.
H. A. Mills, Commercial Agent

Evening gowns that, express
delightfully the newest modes
are of chiffon, taffeta, georg-
ette and lace, in black and all
the pastel colorings. . Distinct-'
ive. Smart. $25 to $85.
SECOND 'FLOOR
GOODYE f AR2t'S
124 SOUTH MAIN,

Outlaws Win In
Third Round Game
intcerhonse hlockey series, the oulaw1"
team de 0(fe'atedAlh:'%i Gamma_+11i) Dte1.lta
yesterdaylby a score ofr42.Stars
for the outlaw team were Chalotte,
WORaiKcenter fOrward, altWilmot
TLupplol,riteh}t wing, while Olive 'I<Fs.
celnter halfai ck:, and C1e'"oly ,Mo-

GamaPi B eta will' oppose Kappa
Alph Thta t ~o'clock, Fridlay.
'lie hesFrane, Nv.---The prob-
1c; 4" fdin radi'o si~asfromn (list-
ant satio 3ma cbe oi erIlby the new
stto ust opened at thle Pic du Midi
oh scmva tor.

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The Delano Shop.
Thlis message is; to the kiddies. j
Be sure iand vis-it "our.slhop wvtih- - I
inl the next wee(k.
0, 1 I at Kty W lker C~
At the lWIe. no Shop.
I walk and walk a(l wak1ad 1
walk
Ani( never wa'rnt to stopi
For I'm a wvalking dlolly I
Th'lat you cnobu-ONo! I
But w ith) each twvo dollars lur-2
chase 2W
All1 next week in sure to go!
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Ca real r "McIhI-afi"
Jiyou know
ti a,-t the

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Morse's
Schrafft's
Quality- --the Very Best
709 North University

This Seasons

Fabrics, Furs and, C olors in'' th

Most F~ashiob

November-

SaIe

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Coats

cs a meeing: place and club
soy~ for forceignStudents.

For

Women

and

Misses,

i'rov. l :20, whre no -wood
is, Mire the lire goeth out.

siq7s$59Q.50 $89.50 $1-'25 5.00

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Brush aubcr nd Poiing rCloth -
InI Neat ox^I
(Blac and he Wnted Sha des)

FOR

Michigan-NorThwestern Same

These coats are the newest, most fashionable 'for the
winter. season,. including the popular short--haired furs-the
Cranberry Reds and other fashionable Autumn Tones.
Our stock is sufficiently large to give you a very great
selection. Come in today so that you may take advantagQ of
it. The values offered in this sale should be a great induce-
ment.

PHONE 666

Paon

Pain

Corsages

Will Be Made on a Few Minutes Notice
in Any Style o~r Price

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