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IE MICHIGAN DAILY

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JUNIOR O N MEET HOORRYFRATERNITY,
TODISCUSS PLA ELNS: ELECTS NEW MEMBERS
Comedy, beautiful color effects, and Theta Sigma, honorary journalistic
clever dancing will form the basis of society, met at 8:30 o'clock Wednes-
the twenty-first annual Junior Girl's day at the Theta Phi Alpha house.

Program Features ards,'26; the stage of tlhepast
P o r t i a M eeting., jug, Evelyn 1urr1ay, '27; theso
inf'luenice of modeorn drama, I
''Mls f l: te hu a i odern Drama" was the topic 0of stage lie, Phllis Turnbull, '26.
he program which featured the reg-
uar meeting of Portia Literary so- Cambulridlge, Nov. G.-M-arvard's
,iety last evening. The speeches in- CcI' teamn cenly cated Conme
chided: the drama today, Inez Rich- * margin of3 to t.

WATIN REPORT
Y.W. FINANCE DRIVEI

11 porls of the finiance driveWv'e
miyl:.A tailuncheoan ymstcrdaoy givenl
'by the Y. . ('. A. a ebryhall
for)vtilo team memb-I!1er: of (the cail-'
i ir.. hi ttal 1r 'ontIras re'achedi
thev$1,081.v5 mrk. T. heo al this I
year i'ha; been r ]aised (1from $1,00 to
$1,800 A f1inllncheon will he hcldE
toa'for rll ftean memers ~i>at Nim-
berry hail.,
GienevieveSpar, '2,chimno
of $10.x0 Nwhi-h placed this ear in
th"e leaid, the Paige car congl sec-
ond xi Wh $122 as announced by Alic
h,:ad 'subsc ribed up lto 'ThrsAly noon
thus mnakingy the averag"e sub1scripltion,
$122. fAy wmen have not yet been
reached by the solicitors but it: is
hoped,1that (every womLanl student 1 iwill
1br al(ldrn~b Nvemer7, 1the final1
f heC rof .1r iesofi easisa
Cado ihla, $.1MO,50 a leneve
Spea..rs, '25; aigeo, $122, Alicehcs

Art Section Of
Faculy Club Meet
Sl~e. b e, 's C£t c atrt section of the
Pau ty Womien' S Club m7et Tuesday1 ;
Fay. "Fie wor'k inl t1:5 S :setil( _C'CX-
s tudying dcorat.ive househld ~ arts,
aLnd of .oth:er activities in lhanderaft,
Lec.tarcs are la nnedl by the group
indcoaiv ousehld arts. All
membhers of' the Faulty Women's
club ~io aie inteested i the st ion
re invited( to join. The next. meeting
will b1e on Nov. 18, at thehlome 'of
MrsMF:lbLesie, Traver road. Mrs.
JI. B;. *X,',te is chairmnan of the group.

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18, New Members
difl~VC~3 rainatic society initiated
I8 _iie , I71;11)i ntoits or"ganlization
~s ~~"'helld'Puesday at the
Gammwa Phi Beta house. After the ini-
tiation 4. comedy entitled "Overtones"
rcpresenting, two women in lively con-
v ersation whose real thioughis how,

NMFOR RONTESHOW1
For the purpose of benefiting theT
educational fund of the University}
hospital a Marionette Show will be
given Nov. 15 at Pattengill auditoriumn.
.Two performances will be held.
"Uncle Wiggily" will be presented at
3 ,o'clock and "Robinhood" at the 8l
o'clock.t
AnArbor is one of the few laces
n the t. Ti71dIS'ates wh2ei' ta- c
areI," i rkidefor rchildrf;en ccn'ined''~eT1 t]L es fa iQhv"11: Tr
.;(ojfl cildre n are dt' a Cidlit re in
the l' ij[tl for periodsa,, long aslt
three yar.It ifncssr , hre-I
fore, tha~t som e m eans of ediucatonn wpo i eheo h s ch l r. ,..cr~~
t.hat they may be ab~le to co iu
their education after lekaving the,, hos-
pital.
A sale of tickets for the MAri]VOnei>.
havetiuerson sale.
;'tron es, e for tho affair include:
irs. MerlehII. Ancerson, I"T -,. R. T.
Doison, Mrs. Mortirner C()o-, ! rs.
C. T: Johnson, Mrs. arc 1.1cVi all ory.
Mrs. Otto Ilaisley, Mrs. IZlr:JhCA-r-
tis, -Mrs. .Julius Beal, Mrs.. Jhn 1 atr-
ence, Mrs. W. R. M~cLaron, rs A. VV.1
:Vahr r. Eleanror tilc'cler, Mrs.I
'lugh ;Cabot, Mrs. Leroy Waterman,
,Mv;s IL. EdwardISayles, VMrs. Omar I
I<lar:rson, Mrs. W. 1). Ilenderson, Mrs.
Ge.orge W. la.erson, Taurs. J. F. Sev-
isher, IMrs . eeikNoley,.Mrs. 1fcr-
h3ert; Jum p, Ms Rlih almer, Mrs.t
R. B. Earhart, MIrs. W. 13. Riggs, Mrs.
G.F. X1Aleendin ger, Mrs. Waliter'
' 1 e Rs. I. V.unting.
W1 I, GIVE. LUNCHEON
J.1.7,' I3oueu iuhphoro 2241,
will rwcive reservations t-oday forE
l~~ic'elto be gv ifo 1 to 3
: Nov. 1r) at the I 7nion 1;tev me
scan °4) Ascatin !'ft Paversity ', C01R-11
Prof. 'W.A. Frayer, of the Istoery de-1
p.artmllent, willspa on 'General Sar-
vey of the Presenrt European Situa-I
tion." Reservations are $1.00 each.
London, Nov. 6.--Sir Charles Onman
and Lord Hugh Cecil, Conservatives,
'have been elected to the house of com-
Mons from Oxford university.

play, according to announcements! New members were votedy upon and
made at the meeting of all junior wo- those being accepted will receive in-
men which was held .last night in vitations the first of next week. The
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. date of initiations will be; announced
Norma B~icknell, '26, general chair- later. They program of study for the
ann announced That. the pa a year was also discussed.
ot en elcki a~dtlrt i wll equre Theta Sigma is an hronorary jour-
150n soecandrthrtsit will12requrenalistic society for junior and seniorI
leads, Every junior woman is urged to 1 omn. Eligibility depends on scho-
tryout, December 3-6, since a great( lastic standing in the School of Jour-
variety of types are required. All: nalism, active interest in publications, I
junior women will be required to faculty recommendations, and the in-"
pay a play tax of $1.00 if they have tention to make journalism their pro-
not; already done so. fe~sion.
Charlotte lBlagdon, '25, spoke of theI The new officers for the year are
I veopurt of the play as a tradi-I as follows:, Verena Moran, '25, presi-
tion. 'Flhik is the first Junior Girl's i dent; Louise Barley, '25, vice-presi-
play to be dlirected by a woman grad- dent; Regina Reichmann, '25, secre-
aateof ichian.tary treasurer.
t"ulnice R ose , '264, was elected junior -______________
ei esntative in the women's League. JOIN THE "500" CLUB
tAsk theMen stWho Buy Here

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FLLEECAS
SNAPPY, SERVICEABLE WATiERP O01
OiEl thego with Colem

Sport Coats
(YELLOW, OR OLIVE)

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'27 Stdeake, $14 Magcet ever were spoken by thre primitiveI
~.lann o, 25;Pakad, 10.25 Ey-truthiful woman standing be(Ahiti li
lvnl~lrrry,'2; Frd,~ \vt ws presented. Florence McComabe,
Prowe, 27; ~ncln. 101 Eliabeh'G, (directed the p~lay -and the parts
P; )ow 1 '2; (l'v-dr ~1{G0 r-were taitln y Rowena Benson, '25;
lecE vi~' '6 clie$~.5,E~z-Lila .sg,'26; MaudI Corey, '25;
U i Mali'u~lluc~o, 79,IngidVirgina Commn, '25.
AlJg '6 hvrlt 5, Alfra IAsot uiesineting was held
I od,'2; srx,$1.0 (l'~i idb' andr ;frteslui7t ;s srved. The next
S~hrede, '7; nd uic.k, $42, F ran- 'l' iri will be;e ldt the first Tues-
ces~l Mu 2.'ay inDteeer:,er at. the Theta Ph!

They will tell you they not only like the clothes they find in
the Herman, Mandis CSCBDgin Co. Shop,
but also like the shop itself and the,
men who own and run it.
They will tell you it's a pleasure to come
in and "browse around" and see what the new
things are-without having some over.
anxious clerk make them feel they must
buy something. They will tell you it is as
much like a Club as a Shop -an attractive,}
comfortable place with a "Clubby" feeling in-
stead of 'the usual "Cold Commercialism"%
Will you come in and get acquainted?
Illustrated-a popular University
Model, tailored "soft" for comfort.
Suits... $45 to $ 75
Overcoats.. $45 to $110 s
Dinner Suits $67.50 to $ 80c
Herman, Mandis & Bogin Co. .
Entire Fifth Floor-28 E. Jackson Boulevard '
Corner Jackson and Wabash -- C HI C A G 0

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si)Q SEIR-J NO TIE
"TT a .,, 1 sc r !i'the playing off
dayafer olon alm1erfildf.
Olive Alh ay, as fullback, sta-rred? :
fop the seniors nand Xun I .l sIns, '26
Sheld the =score for her clamm,
~'lThe sophmd(rn vs. freshmian gamec
ended with a 2 to 1 victory for thej
1 ) Droty /Mor Fhonse C distinguis hed
themles ron the'2S teami.
Tihe last garT C of the inter('lc;Solse-
Siswill 1be !niye(d off nt 4 o'clock
itr ((p , vw hen the s niors w ill con-10 0 M l I }1 ') ' r l o i o
m1ores A"Wih 'the freshmen.The sophio-
ther rereuhe.The hve wvon
Jed l~l~now haive a pcentage
I Wit a neeen A'o 500, haivinig wl
t tied one:.. Juiol rs 1and frehmen lhave^
of the seie,1o1(hre 1n tied o71e.
9 herilare1.5100 ca ss am'ong thie 15,000

Alpha. house.
Notices
Members of MaF ques, will practice
acet 3 at 4 o'clock; today
an l acts 1 and 2 at 9 o'-
Ilo -k Saurda ,.y imornin in Sarah Cas-
eI Aell Agell ball.
Muminers dramratit, society is work-
ing on a play called "The Crimson
Coceaniut" which will 'be presented at
the Womien's League party Dec. 12.
All juior womren who have not
nail their Junior Girls' play and jun-i
ion advisor fee, please bring it to the
canday booth: in University hcall be-
tw een 1.:30 and 3 o'clock today.
There will be a W. A. A. hike Sat-
urday morning. The groups will leave
Harbour gymnasium at 8 o'clock.
Table by day--Bed by night
s.~
II The Patented Ta-Bed is both a superb mahogany
or walnut finished Library Table and a full length
luxurious bed, combined - a wonderful saver of
space and money. Saves rent ofone room. Abso-
lu1tely guaranteed. On easy terms from our dealers.
Write for special offer.
TABED CORP., 314 Amer. Vun,. MMi. Chicago. 11L.j

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70~ N _ Ei'iversit?+ s Phone 2652

NEW VICTOR RECORDS--Nov. 7,1 924
I Julia Culp

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Marinello
Cosmetics
~We have just received a new
~supply of Marinello Cosme-
tics and are now in a, pci-
tion to satisfy your needs.
Permanent Waving, Mar-
ceiling, Shampooing and
Manicuring.
TChe Stoddard
Hair Shoppe
1.707 N. University Ave.
I Phone 2652:Ir

PLAIDS, checks, plain colors! All
are new, all are smart in these
imported English hose of purest wool
f or autumn and winter. Crays, tans,
browns,' black. ,;$1.65' to' $4:.r
MAIN FLOOR
124 50UTHI MAIN

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?N ovelelte (Schumnnt,1) ) (s: ip GCa'rllowitschr
(lel,. -aIe!$i c (willow Song) (Verd1i)
In Italian Rosa Ponselle
In ]ilian Rosa Iponselle
DANCEREOD
lia--_Fox TIrot PiilWhtiII and hlls Orchestra
- I Nul ,W iteman and Ilis Orchestra
('pel~gn-Fox Tinot 1Hen son Orchestra of Chicago
on 41 1ljmi-iIu- --Fox Tr o 1.
The ensn Oche raof Chicago

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THESL COZYCO'R"NER
JY l ynard Street I
Ucr "Lunicheon, fea or Dinner
~ 1 .L te a cmanagement, and with the same personnel ;
and exuellent cooking of last season.
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VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL REMCORDS

Fabrics, Furs and C olors in, the

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Price 73c
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"tasaietlit>- (Overt nrc} Victor Synlpfiony Orchie ;tma
'Il'lU ucre (Sli un an) ark Anrrdews
Aildleimo ,(Vd win TI. Lemare) Mar;k Andrews
No One KiiouwsWhIthis 1AllAbout Frank cmunit
Oh! i d n,(i U111 uFrank Crumit
'Ihte 11,0 11;lh.tjli(veld Stole the Gal that I Loved
Lewis James
Thle Ten C (onlnundmlenfiq of Love Lewis Jaines
Idi .11 d IPid dlin' Powers and Family
Olid Joe Clnr Fid dlin' Powers and Family

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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 advantage of
it. The values offered in this sale should be a great induce-
ment.

P-rottery-
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arrangement of artistic
pottery with the
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