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TO ENTERTAIN
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Notices

TO) ENCOIJRA4IW;
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A soccer class will be held at 9
o'clock on Monday and WNednesdlay of
each week on Palmer field. Women
who are interested should1 consult
~IfJh'1'Bs-:Mldon Everett, ,tomorrow

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FALL ILLINRY O
DITNTVyTL
Let hos, wo, y log eperenc, hae fundtha
Weteroservice, parlexcellrenceeinhat makes you
know you are taken care of.,

Read The Daily "Classified" Goli
MICHIGAN TO THE FRO~

itneir :honor at 7i:0 ocock 'ues-
ay evening, Sept. SO, in Brbour
ynasium. Nurses are p
anciig.T a)q e '
encourage thspirit of c-operation
ratng the entering freshmen -and 4p-
rcassmen.
~It is most important to realize that
ithe Women's League to which
Nry entering woman automatically
Ao, that is giving this affair," said
188s Jean Hamilton, dean of women.
V6i ,board of directors is the govern-
ig board and plans to welcome all
eW women."
The patronesses are as follows
rs. Marion L Burton, Miss Jean
amilton, Mrs. ohn R. Efinger, Mrs.
$t Ihineyk fr. Mrgaret Bell, Mrs.
bitiss lce Lkeand lffrs.
tl Lorchi.
MINT SYSTEM -DCIDES
+ TRAAAI U lA L 11' EA TM N1
WtxE TU ANTS
°YEvery Univesity woman partici-
ting in 'some /form of competitive
6rt," is :the aim oaf the intra-mural
prtment according to Miss Elsie
Erley, director in that department.
ts pear's program, therefore, hasI
ere planned to include a wide var'-
yof sports.
[n addition' to a hampionship
ich will be decided in each sport,
scoring plan has been agreed upon
tch will give each competing
oup a certain number of honor
ints for having organized a team.t
iditional points will be given in ac-
da#Se with the showings of the
rious teamsr. The group 'Posses-
i the gre*e0t nmber, of'*iiifnt at.
e, end: of the year ols the a12
and athletic championship
Te system of scoring as'bceni I
>rkecj out 4crding to the follow-
$xplan'.. The result obtained by di-
ling the number of points earned
,. by Mthe champion.teain gives the
ib'r of points awarded for each,
eti pint won in a meet is aser-t
fned by dvtding the number of
,otsfo wainnnigby Ete total nm- 4r
r of oints ince ,b.r l iigh indf~-
Wal scorer in the meet.
t he And Pri
Announce Meeting!
Athena and Portia Literary soce-
as will begin their year's activities
is week, according to the decision
their officers.
A. new room is to be provided for
ch of the societies on the fourth
)or of' the new Literary building
it they wil not be ready' for occu-
Mcy this week.: The first meeting
the Athena society will be held at
LSa o'clock Tuesday, in the Alpha
iro44 f .lF nver'iy hll. Mmbers
the Portia society will meef at
iii o'clock, Thursday, in room 302
son h .. Allxmeon bers of the so-
Ales are urged to be preset tp
ke park &'i the discussion of plans
d policies for this,year.
WORKERS TO MEET I
Womn interested in social service
ik are invited to attend a mass
:eting at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday in
rwberry hall At that time Miss
frothy Ketcham, head of the Univer-
y department of social service, will
ak to the women concerning the
e of work which is to be done and
stime which it will require. F{resh-
Kh women alone are excluded from
ug work in this field.
A. new department of social serv-

~work has been established this
ir. It is a training class in occu-
tonal therapy. Miss Zelma Clark
the social service department, will
duct this class evgiy Saturday
rning.
announcement was made at Betsy!
rbour house last evening° of the ,
;agement of Eleta C., Seeley, '2G,
Milo D. McLintock, '27. McLin-
kt is a member if Chi Phi frater-

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MisJ. arcBwa
:'urses are proverbially attractive
care for hi "ohs" i henv r
doubtless, no. exc'ption t~o .the: rule.
It is the, job of -biss J. Beatrice Bow-
man, of "Aashington, I). C., to super-
fvise 5025 of these yoigh women,Wh
take care %of thie2si~k'oPnavy liospi-
tal ships and in -naval ?'hospitals.
When the United States fleet moves*
Miss 1owtin's nurses go, along o~n
the hospital ship that accomipanjes
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Women To Attend
D. A. R. Convention

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Tryouts for University Girls' Glee 1
clu *il by hd& t _4 o'clock tomlor-'
4 inl. qgesday n sudio 216, tt the
', ic I~~gf Msic :omen.may bring
their own music.
Women interested in riding should
consult Miss Ethel McCormick to-
morrow morning in Barbour gym-
nasium. Second semester sopho-
mores are given full credit for work
,1i riding.
Tryouts for thle Girl's Mandolin
club ;will be held from 3 to 5 o'clock
tomorrow in Newberry hall. Bring
banjo, guitar, or mandolin.
St,:ruing Today

in the future.

Mr. Will Armstrong, who

has a world wide reputation, will

be

The steadily increasing demand for high
grade photographs decided Mr. Maedel
to~ bring to Ann Arbor one of the best
known, photographers in America. And

EMMA B. FOGERTY'S

Specialty Hat Shop
117 East Liberty Street

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associated with Mr., Maedel and direct
the artistic work.
One of the leading Boston newspapers,
speaking of Mr. Armstrong, says : "He
was born'in an art studio, and comes from
a family that for three generations has
furnished leaders' in the profession."
In the future =students in Ann Arbor and

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Wishes to announce a
change in the location of, its
establishment." Our new
address is 308 Maynard
St. Telephone 3070-R.
A hearty welcome extended
to all the girls 'on the campus.

residents need, not hesitate
want. a real photograph,'

when they

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Delegates,. from the Sarah Caswell
Angell chapter of the Daughters of,
th~e American Rtevolution to the state'
conference to be held September 30,
October I and 2 in Benton Harbor
and St. Jospehi are as follows: Mrs.
C. J. Lyons, Mrs. A. H. Stoneman,
and Miss Lucy Chapin. The time be-
tween the meetings in the Peacel
Temple in Benton Harbor will' be
filled with social events in honor of:
the dcle ;Acs and honorary guests; of !
which ;tier xl be a good many
this Yecar. '
HEALTH SERVE~
tREVMALS EOD
Dr. Aagaret-J 11,~ t f.the.-Unver-
sity health service anjidlher staff havef
exained 804 entering women and
348 ophiior6cWbe tu o,-Ttle*
this year.
University statistics show _that 3913.1:
IWomen -,Ltudents, e re f.or by }
the heal h servi t the clinic last.
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OL4DEST AND, LARGEST,. SAVINGS BANK IN

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Two Offices:--707 N. University .-:; Corner Main and Huron Sts.

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