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>SM-PAY, NOVMMFVIDI - ", 1924 HEMCGA DIL

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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H)Nfl OUNIL~I~BFJ~\Is Y. W. President jj1jIECAPO
CKITCDT~hR1Ffl T flimI ED, IEQrUM AMT l I

~.1:iiI ~ eprci~en 5a done
1 ')V(5C1 hiIiYe con echof thec sixI
hose woar i e:~eso1the
''oo C unil at dinner z:. (
I'i n.. l ' the (i~ti!l tion an (I a-.
po~i~iiU~ltof ticket,, for thle Pan-
laillnic ball among indeflnr(,ieft wo-
in, n camphus and the co-ntribution5
w . ; h will be madel by the Honor
Council to the Women's Le ague h a-I
arwere dsc CsdAt ils time.
1'agrtDixon, 25,, vice j_-JesI et tof
tl'eWomn'sLeaueis acting pres-
i lent of the Ilono r Coun cii until of-I
i er ar 1eected from that body.
Thewsix ho,+uses represented in the
I Tenor Ceun ,ig include PJ ( Clinton,
I ~ll, tForrnals lf, Rca, IRZ,, Iiand
{;;ughoy houses-.
T o End( This Week
OuItdoor athletic activitie<" 'h il be I
brought to a close thi~s week. The re-
quniredi, work for thle indoor seas on
l..y b-e done1in natuaral dlnin,
cloggng, bginn~g swiminggames
clac t, in dacic~ ngo; v;'lunty will3e
rgi aed.idcdyad his~' o
wruin I sin upf'n he ork vhv
theyprefr, ut eeryn a 'I t'ee>:
pout('d o tae itin IJ.~'samehou

r ill rILdifiVJI t IfilIIIl
Louise B3riggs won from Gertrude
r mo w,,,Huber in the playing off of the fresh-
{ a mani tennis finals yesterday with a
r r;;score of 4-6, 6-1, 6-2. The women put
, sf yutp a lively match and both evidenced
unusually good technique, accordingI
to Miss Louise Howe, of the depart-
iment of physical education.I
ti "Miss Huber has a good serve but
ia trifle Blowv; Miss Briggs play-
Janie (Obso !cmmedd a good even game," Miss Howe
commented. In spite of the brisk-
Wh1o 15 presidIent of the Student Y. ness of the clay the players were well
W. Q A. Nv 'hich has recently con-j sup ported from the sidelines.
rlcted its ,nnual n11-nec (ldrive. In! Drawings for" the inter-class compe-
cenuli,,. with the drive Miss Gibson tition for championship will be made
a=i ,VPh Y . C. A. is grateful for immediately. The class champions
Li 11('V :raspport of the campus are as follows: Olga Verdelin, '25,,
whchpovsthat thCe women of Marjorie Tfubbs, '26, Margaret Berz,I
Michganarereally interested in the' '27 and Louise Briggs, '28. The win-
es +oc; ioi It leas givei nus assurance ners of the first two games in the in-
of gratr1 's for our ,yoar's ter-class series will play each other
work." for the finals.
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Y.1 CA SUR E S GDL scheduled the ;dame afternoon, menij-____ I (l~~loii',asitn ean of Women.
S b r s r e r q u e t e d o b e p r o p t i a t e n d a c e .l p h a E p s ;il o n IP h i e n t e r t a i n e d a
SocialNote Iouse dance in honor of its pled
IN FlINANIAL DRIVR_____________
DEBATE TEAM RILLING _____________ .s vnn. __
(Continued From Page One.) j i Annun.cement is made of the n,
The total for all the teams is as IE.TAL Ic resdtso acll raie oss jg f1reIlln agtro
follows: Essex, Gladys Schroeder, '25, apusd)hehordofdiecor Imdv. Plip 'al onnl Ielaofd0
$72.10; Hudson, Ingrid Alving, '26 e rta medl byPa en 1a l n tMmhs enn. T.he cereib
$115.50; Ford, Ruth Browne, '25i, $204; Most of thea work for the Michigan- lean of womn, t smr at;6 o**''Iock p,..lce in Ma:rion, Arkt. on Sept.
Lincoln, Elizabeth M~acDowell, '26, Ohio women's debate will continue to tomorrow i 1iaroer ginai!n.li 1,': Ais. Ireland will r21
i$194.50; Chevrolet, Alfra Ladd, '25,. be carried on in the accredited de-ro l~~k i nanulah r cir home in Mem~zphis..
$148.50; Cadillac, Genevieve Speers, 26 bating class from which the teamsI
$265;StudbkeMagrMrshu- 1 . Geor; e AW. 1Patt;erson I ete- Mrs. ByrI Fox Beechier entertai
$22.50 udebaer Magart chap-were selected. Concentration on is-,
ner, '25, $218.50; Chrysler, Arlene Ew . "_Ir YW- Ci .,", of the members of the board of S:
ing, '25, ,$160.35; Dodge, Elizabeth sues, rebuttal, and drill in delivery i i. g 3,rs. 1'(. _aiL Mciieo ia phonic legu t dinnier Wednes
Iwill be the chief considerations of theNe Yrk Ms. cfeishama ae
McManus, '25, $1793.50; Buick, FrancesI of education for Nc w-York Sor arsis evening at her home onl Ferdon rc
Maas, '25, $144.50; Packard, E~vylyn cahr alE.Dnmro h and is a~sDa ilecturor*under ScienIce
public speaking department, duringI
Murray, '25, $237.25; Paige, Alice _he class periods from 3 to 5 o'clock, and Arts at Columbia uiesy New members were pledged to
hicks, '27, $207; miscellaneous sub- IMnas WdedyadFias.soaCalti fSim'lh
Inc onetionwih he2i5nc Both the affirmative and negative Delta Gamma held fall initiation u' .tional musical sorority, Sunday
teams of Michigan will take -part in }Sa~turdlay. The following girls were the home of Mrs. Marion Stru
dIrive, Helen Brown, '25, general#
t he third annual Michigan-Ohio de- initiatedl: Elizabeth 1 sham, '26, Mar- freeman.
chairman states, "in the name of the btDc5,o th qeti- garet Brook, '26, Katherine Pierce, '20, Th soriyettand ta
fnfecomteIws totaksle:That a Labor partysimiland a tbrn rcltl 2. nal musicale Mondlay evening at
all Women on the G'ampus who so; in ideals and -aspirations to the Brit- I h 1ome of Mrs. R. Bishiop Caufi
slleddl onrbuedt teSu~ssIish Labor party should be established Miss Mary Ross, general secretary M 1rs. Canfield gave the first c
orktedocamaignbot those who ub in the United States." Michigan's of the Y. W. C. A. is at Columbus, # cries of historical programs.
wored n tarzs ad tosewhosub !negative team, which. consists of Ohio, at a nation al conventioni of the;
5c~ibed. Il Clara Lau, '25, Florence McConmb '25, American country life assnciatio~n, "Wild D ; ' l]Tucks," by Hienrik Ii
WO A '!LU ETand Miriam Olden, '27, will go to where she is to be one of tr leaders; will ber the play read at the mnee
WOMA 'S LUB O M ET!Columbus to debate with Ohio's af- in the discussion groups.Sh will. re- of the Mionday evening dram~atic
SIfirmative team. Our affirmative team, turn Wednesday. tion of theo Faculty Women's club
Prof. Joseph R. Hayden, of the po- including Merel Parks, '25, Elizabeth -17 :30 o'clock tomorrow, in the Fac
litical science department, will speak! VanValkenburgh, '26, and Beata Wag- Women of Thornton house gave a WVomen's clubhouse.

on "Progress Towards Peace" at the
Armistice lay program of the Wo-

ner, '25, will meet the Ohio negative
team here in University hall.

u an's club Tuesday afternoon at t
Lane hall. As another meeting is

tea dance Friday afternoon. Mrs. 17-._____
C. Rufus poured. Cuests incl1ud'ed Northwestern threw caution to
IMiss Zehna C1ook, social direAtor ofi winds in the first half and atteml
Martha Cook building andi Mrs. A-ay numerous passes in her own terril

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