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1 HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MICHIGAN PRESS WOMEN
TO HLD CONNIODN
3ICHIG A UNION TO BE HEAD-
QUARTERS FOR ANNUAL
CONVENTION
Press women from all over the state
of Michigan will hold a convention at
the Michigan Union Thursday, Fri-
Sday, and Saturday of this week. The
program of entertainment will include
discussions and lectures on journal-
ism for women and social functions.
The president of the association is
Mrs. Grace G. Browne, of Jackson;
the special functions hostess is Mrs.
Frederic B. Stevens, of Deroit, and
the chairman for local arrangements
is Mrs. William D. Henderson, of Ann
Arbor. Mrs. Fred L. Vandeveer has
charge of the program.
The convention will open at noon on
Thursday. After luncheon there will
be a meeting and social hour. Friday
will be taken un with meetings, ad-
dresses, and a joint dinner with the
University Press convention. It is in
affiliation with this association that
the women meet annually.
Saturday morning's program will
consist ofna board meeting, reports,
the election of new officers, and the
formal closing of the convention. In
the afternoon the women will attendl
the Michigan-Iowa fotball game.
M MIS LESLIEBLNCAR
WILL SPE _AT Y ,WCA,
Miss Leslie Blanchard, executive
secretary of the National Student di-
vision of the Y. W. C. A., will speak
on the National Student work of the
Y. W. C. A. at 4 o'clock this after-
'noon at Newberry hall.
Miss Blanchard is a graduate from
Leland Stanford university and was
Y W. C. A. student secretary at this
school.: Later she became affiliated
with the national staff of the Y. W. C.
A. student department with particular
responsibility for co-operation with
the Y. M. C. A. and with relation to
the world committee of Student Chris-
tian Federation of which she is a
"meomber.
Miss Blanchard will meet the cab-
inet of the Y. W. C. A. at a pot luck
supper at 5:30 o'clock today to talk
informally on the work of the Nation-
al Student division of the Y. W. C. A.
Columbus, 0., Nov. 17.--The state
senate will have two blind members
during the next session of the assem-
bly.
THE
CHUBB
H O USE _
Established in 1899.
Meals $7.50 a
Per Week
$6.00 for Two Meals
Breakfast from 7 to 8
Lunch from 12 to 1
Dinner from 5:30 to 6:30
Single Meals
"TASTES LIKE HOME"
[Ilfni11tiilt1 InIuiiniaiiu1iniiiiii

W.A.A. Entertained
At Open House
By Ohio Women
More than 30 members of the Mich-
igan W. A. A. and of the faculty of
the department of physical educa-
tion were entertained by the W. A. A.

ANNUR HOCKEY SPRA
TO BE HELD TOIT

dents is shown by the fact that 1,042 The time for the meeting of Unt-
women subscribed this year in com- versity Girls' Glee club today has been
parison with 835 who subscribed last! changed from 4:30 to 4 o'clock. All
year. members are urged to be present and
to bring the proceeds from the tickets,
already sold.
O TICE SThe committee which is working on
N O TICES fthe W. A. A. point system will meet
fat 4 o'clock tomorrow, in Barbour
_________________________________gymnasium.
Michigan Dames will hold their All houses wishing to enter the in-
regular meeting at 8 o'clock tonight terhouse basketball tournament must
at the Faculty Women's club.- I sign up immediately in order that
houses and coaches may be assigned.
a Sigma Delta Phi will meet today
at 4:15 o'clock at the Theta R7hl Alphaj The executive board of the W. A. A.

Sandwiches-lOo
Corn Beef Bologna
Tongue Pastroma
Hard, Soft or Clear Salami
Cgars Cigarettes Candy

From 9-12 P. M.
Smokes Cold
BARNEY-
Kosher-Oeticatessen
640 HAVEN Phone

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Uhkl 1, tAEK's IIPA:11:1r
CHAMPIONSHIP TO BE AN-
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of Ohio State Saturday. In the morn- Serving will start promptly at 5:30
ing a faculty-student hockey game o'clock for the hockey spread which
. will be held tonight in Barbour gym-
was played, in which the Michigan ( nasium. All University women are in-
women took part and were provided j vited to attend, and tickets will be on
with maize and blue jackets made by sale at the entrance to the large gym-j
the Ohio women. nasium at the price of 50 cents apiece.I
Following the football game, an The ali-campus hockey team, con-
open house entertainment was held sisting of star players from each of
for the Michigan women in Pomerene the classes, will be announced at this
hall, the new women's building. Tea banquet. Prof.. Margaret Bell, of the
was served beside the fireplace of department of physical education, will
thei: living room, and the Michigan Iawardthe interhouse hockey trophy
women were given an opportunity to to the winner of this year's tourna-
meet the members of the physical e-i- ment. Championships in interclass
ucation department of Ohio State. hockey, in tennis, and in archery will'
Marianna Smalley, '25, president of ialso be announced

house.
Independent senior and junior wo-
men who registered for Pan-Hellenic !
tickets may obtain them from 11 to 12!
o'clock tomorrow at University hall.
The price is $4.
The meeting of the music section.,
of the Faculty Women's club is post-'
poned from tonight to Wednesday
'.ht of next week, Nov. 26.
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will meet at 5 o'clock to'morrow, in
Barbour gymnasium.
Interclass hockey teams will not
practice today.
Standing of the. various houses in
respect to athletics will be posted in
the corridor of Barbour gymnasium
before the hockey spread tonight.
PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS
VING
RY BILLS. Buy a cash
ndry to us if you wish the best

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$10

the Michigan W. A. A., reports that
the splendid spirit and sportmanship
shown by Ohio women was typical
of the attitude of people of Columbus,
and cites an incident of a man who
refused to accept pay for a shoe-shine
because he said that the Michigan
women were the guests of Columbus.
Charity bazaar

N e t s

$1000

1Marianna Smalley, '25, will act as
toastmistress. Special songs and novelI
dancing features have been planned.l
Contrary to the former custom of
serving the hockey spread in cafeteria
style, the guests will be seated by
place cards, and. members of the
freshman hockey squad will act as
waitresses. The banquet will termin-
ate at 7:30 o'clock.
Y. W. Exceeds Total
In Finance Drive
Complete report of the 'Y. W. C. A.
finance drive as made today by H1elen
Brown, '25, chairman of the drive,
showed that the original quota of
$1,800 was exceeded, the total amount-
ing to $2,169. This surpassed last
year's total by $442.
Increased interest in the organiza-
tion on the part of the women stu-

10% SA

MOE LAUNDRY

204 No. MAIN ST.

PHONE 2355

ON YOUR LAUND
card and start sending your lau
laundry service possible.

Frocks of kasha-like fabric in
swagger plaids are ,admirably
suited to sports and campus
wear. Wide leather belts give
them added smartness. Re-
markable values at this price.
BASEMENT
GOODYLA R'S
124 SOUTH MAIN

HAND WORK

Returns from the United Kings
Daughters' bazaar last Friday even-
ing and Saturday and the Mprionette
plays Saturday afternoon and evening
held for the benefit of the crippled
children of the University hospital
amounted to $1,000. This is a consid-
erable increase over last year's re-'
turns which were $750 and constitu-1
tes one-third of the total goal for
the year.

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For Eats That Please Folks
Come to the
Ferry Field Lunch
State Street and Packard

iONE

HOUR

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to 4. O'clock Today

- Man Floor

MRS. WM. FLYNN

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SNAPPY
SERVICE

CONVENIENT
LOCATION

FINE
FOOD

Living

Model

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On Tuesday, Nov. 18
Our pre-holiday showing of dresse4
will be ready, at our shop, 222 Nickels
Arcade. Why not see us about;your day
and formal frocks.before the season is in
full swing?. Our models are particularly
designed for the small woman, and fol-
low the latest word of fashion - the
straight sheath, the vogue of ostrich, the
"Midas" touch.
AGNES MelNTYR E
Phone 3059-W.

One Hour Dresses

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Due to the fact that many were unable to see the demonst
tion of a dress made in an hour last week, the event will

repeated this afternoon from 2 to 3 o'clock..

Miss Boomer

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will make a lovely silk frock within an hour, while a living
model displays frocks previously made by this system, within
an~ hour.
Each Step Will Be
Fully Explained
As the dress maker demonstrates that it is perfectly possible
to make a, smart frock in an hour each step will be explained
so that with the aid of the One Hour instruction book you, too,
will be able to accomplish this.

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CO-EDS!

' WALK-OVER'S FIFTI ETH AN N IVERSARY

This event has been planned to

render real service to the customers of this store. We

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All ready to show you how
to make
Plasti - Chrome
Plaques, Boxes, Candle-
Sticks
1APPIe'b Arts
2 Nickels Arcade
Opposite Sub-Station

are giving those who visit our dress-goods department a new idea of how easy it is

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Walk

-Over

to make their own clothes, and at how small a cost they may be obtainedI

This

Dress Making Event will help every one who witnesses it to sew for herself those
charming frocks in which she delights to appar.

Style that
walks in comfort

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ONE
HOUR
D RESS

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.AONDM"M

Order Your
without delay. Proper e
graving takes time. Sele
one of our many attracti
and exclusive designs ar

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ect
ve
end

Here is the shoe that first showed women how shoe style
can walk in comfort. First of all, it is a 'style shoe,
smartly designed, made withWalk-Over quality in every
inch of leather and every stitch of thread. It Is more than
that. It is supremely comfortable, made on that famous
Walk-Over last which has made friends with millions of
women all over the world.

Color Charts Given Free

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To every guest of the demonstration : color chart will be given free.

This chart hay

been carefully prepared in order to help you to select the right colors and materials for

Free with each pu
chase of material ft
One Hour Dress

Shown in the
New Light Tan
Calfskin

pCLdt0r

your One Hour Dress.:

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$10

Plan to Visit our Store from 2 to 3this afternoon and see a dress made in an ho
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