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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Out o1 tow nl s1.s Ifort he it 21the v n
nual c.f liItioll (i te W Si 3lt'li a %v

.She's Double Of
Mrs. Coolidge

%. County Kings l)augitci" society,
2\1 ich ig In Union, arty being eut ertained
at she homie of local ieiiters.
Mrs. George Pi 'or, international
president and the main speaker Gf the
CeflY(ntiofl, arived yesterday frOM
Jewett City, Conn: andl will be atiM r'-
tha Cook building (luring her stay in
Ann Arbor. Mrs. Art hur Brown of St.
tJohns, state president, will stay with
Mrs. Dewitt L. Hunt; Mrs. William
Lahring of Gaines, first vice-president
adl Mrs. J1. C. St ewart of Owosso.
treas urer, withI Miss Scholey; Airs.
(Charles I lertnto f F lint , secretary,
bwith AMrs. ,1. J. :Kelly; Mrs. C. E. Bis-
hop or Flint, member of the execuntive
board with Mrs. W. 11. Butler, :nd IMr's.
Thma I[+(fl'j5orman, priesidlent or 'Macomh
county with Mrs. Ralh Curt is".
Mrs. Albert Cn ttcunloni, lresidient of
the Ann Arbor Kings hlnugh tters so-
ciety, will entertain at lunchecon at I
o'clock t o-lay at Foste(r1s Tea room in
i;nrof Ms.Prior. Guest:.,for Ithe
i1 :lcl ,'a incelude: Alr i. hiarry11iti-
lr0 Pacber, 11.i i,;D orothby etchiti ,
ItA. Ii arley It cynes, 1rsi. Maria Peel.
a : I Mrs. Saniteri;.
'The a fternooni0 h.'s05io11of the ocim-
verntion will open A . 130 o'clock. -i-
clu ded in the a ft era non prrogra in will
be akdresses b~y AMrs. P ror andl lDr.
lita'cey liey nes, direct or of t he ilntive.>r-
sity hosp~it al. mJ1Qi]'iembes of thle so-
(,v extentd an in Viiiat ion to) thosei .'
in erestedl in ll ospita I or social service
Nv'oi-k to ittend the ci, ilin

FIRST GAMIE OF SERIES
Thebfirt of a series of (igbht bas-
':etball grnms to be layed off during
Owh' reglrfres>hmen practice perliodl
'.esld' yest erday a iternocA) in Il a r-
Iour gyninmaIluni \when the ',Color
ab''conitendl~ed.
fled pl)1yed against G reen and wvon
s'roni t1-.ml)y a score of 18 to 9. Yel-
low andl Blue were mor'e easily mat-
dhedl and the game resulted in a close
victory for the former, 15 to 12. Evelyn
Ogh0orn andl Margaret McKee starred
on the tied team, Margaret Hiannibal1
on the Green, lfnice Child and Lois
Porter for Ihe Yellow andl Gladys Ap-
telt: andl Martha Robjinsonilor' the Blue,
I rene Field, H elen Sear iht. Ala ry
.Jo Biuent in g, Mavgaret ('inaer and
fV VelynJ1olhn son, macjor soiphomfor'e
I5t11(lefth; of phlysicalI education, of-
ficiated at the gaimes.
A.A.U.W. PLANS MIEETINC5
nit,, Janaary nmeetin g of (lie Ann
Artbor branch of the American Associ-
adion ofJUiversity women will ie
held1( at 3 o'clock Sat x- dav, at I Ielen
Newbc(rry residlenc'e. Mr. G.1."I. Swain
ilni xversi ty pbot ognraphe', xwill speak on
tl'e " near last E'xposition at Antioch
(if l'isidi &.", and illustra'14b it with
:,lidks taklen on the exp~ositionI. Miss
Aura Steeole ain([ her gr'oup wvill act as
hostesses.
Don't delay-P-ay your Su bscription
trOd]a .
FOR THE HOP-
(or;conalbrocades iii the col-
origs (of aurora 1;orealis,
fro itv metal laces, and tissues,
ev~aniec(Cot and :sparkling as
mioonlit clond:;s, reflect the gay
mood of, the (lance amid the
splendor: of an Arctic winter.
! Consulting Costumer
Phone 3059-W

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1i REMINDIEt!

The life membership campaign
for the University of Michigan
League lbuilding has begun.
Euver'y woman on campus real-
ies the need of a building for-
the womnen in whlichl to center all
t~hir <activitie:. Do you realize
that Michigan has as many wo-
ntmen on cainpuxs as there are in
thy, larg,-er women's colleges?
Net\o. only that ibut Mtchigan
has fuldly as many alumnae who
Sare working hard to give to the
womnen onl camputs tile things
which they did not have when
they were in college.
Freshmen!I it is prIob~able that
1this lbuilding wili become ia re-
ality while you are here. Many
seem to feel that there is no
need 01(,f 5'){'(iil effort ; that they
Imayrerrst im onl the laurels of the
las tcaiii ili, itt such is not
It~m ecase. Alichigan women are
inl the midhst of a great under-
(taking; which nlot only makes fu-
S ture, women students of our
U~niver-itv ha'psndolfr-
PhIc bat aimls to make our Alma.
Mateor prouid oft nr Nwomen stil-
(1 oluts. 'Thait Michigan women
1)0s15e5s every ounce as much
Ito'all y as, Michigan Alen-this
ins I li test. rrhe student cam-
pa igm is thae (cornerst one of the
lot iltlin g. Michigan Xoinen are
inged c3to Ilay a Frni'i toUnlda hiol.

_BLACK QUILL TO MEET
Black Quill will hold a regular, O I E
ibttsiness meeting at 7 o'clock tonigh" n r o 0 o th * n , U i est
I ltl1. Pauline Dridlgenan, '27, chairmuan i-
f;of the program, reports that several Interclass basketball practices will
manuscripts will be readt and criticiz-'hbe held thi', week as follows: 4 o'clock.
ed following Which MAr. Frederickzj nt o ,sptnoe;44,feh
Peterson, instructor in rhetoric, will .mnospiioe;44,feh
Igive a reading. mhen; 5:20, scal ons; 3:10, F'riday, jue-,
! helen 'Jdwards, '27, treasurer, re- t ors, 3:50, sophomores.
Squests that members come prepared
jto pay the semester's dues in order Members of the publicity committee
'that the Michiganensian picture may of the Y. W. C. A. will hold a. meeting
be arranged fort. at 4:15 o'clock Thursday in .Newberry
j' - --=-hall instead of their usual time to-I
I Three minlute speeche , on the sub- day.
rjeet:, "Public Speaking As A Useful
jArt," formed thle programu at the re-
giilar meeting of Adelphi at 7:30 o'-
clock last night in the Adeiphi rooms.

Theta Sigma wvill meet a 8 o'clock
tonight at the Alpha Chi Omirega
'house, 1004 Olivia St.
There will be an important W. A. A.
Bo3a d meeting at 5 o'clock today in
the parlors of B~arbour gymnasium.
l The point system will be revised at
thi's tun.i
Managers of intra -mural basketball
teamis will meet at 4 o'clock today i
1;arbour gymnasium. Managers are
reqluested to Mend representatives if
foie any reason they are un~able to at-
r tend.
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JACKET'S' of swagger
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suede are idealI for winter
sports wTear. W~arm, smart
looking. Fit snugly at hips
and Wrists. $15.
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fl-f vil'e f01 tl:o prsidrn'It,(doe'sn't ii-?.
'I Va.*s, l:cbeen misLaken
ter.I (I sly i('tu~:i"'e o(inIset t) nun-

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IIJrLflhhdflLJ I WI PNiOHlS TflA!ING
JUNIOR Gifts, PLaYr iP1~IFfRW

Thle cast of act 1 no' lie *Jwne i 112
play will meet at 4 o'clock, today, in
the parlor of Bclusy iarboui' gymnas-
iumo, coat, any to pr'cv ios ot icC. Ut len
reheat's: Is xwillI be held today as I'ol-
lows, (hoirus F' at, 4 o'clock, and
choruses 2,.1I), end (;, at 4 :15 in Owli
pau'l or toiiorrmow ; cfli ruses 131)at '4
o'clock in tihe pa. I or, chorus I8 at I
o'clock in Sarah (.aswell, Angell hil;
('Oiciwo 4 at 4 O'cl{ok ini the parlor,
('horus 5 at 4 :45 In hile parlor; cast. at
430in I lie parliorI'; 'ii' , cast at 4
o'clock in Sa rahi Casw,,'lI Angell hull.
A prelimilnary 111'etiog of the cast
and comimittee chairman of the Jun-
i_ or Girls' play was held yesterday a f-
ternoon in B~arbour' gymnasium, at
which the manuscript of thle lplay was
read. The cast, which wvas selected onl
S the 1asis of the second tryouts, is at
A tenihoi'ary one, since the final choice
must depend uponl the ability of the
women to 1'1t >rlirut the cparitic:ular i
i oles for xvhicl h(tioy Jrave been select -
ed(. According to V iec c')nit tee, many
cl; ngfs Imay he in ade before the pub0-
lc.:alninncemient 01 tilt'Cacst.

III ULIJ 3LLnL1LIUIIIJ
'lit'oI: ;T olt (jw y(e r a club leaders
c,)m :;e hfz h''ir..m girtell by the Y. W. C.
1. to all «o,,,. 'n litemrcst ed in (doing
xvoi'k ini the leie'sl of the younger
gl.Tbis Work hbas been ca rried on
by talks gi xeuiby women pr1lomninett
in thlisfie tl of wor'k and by practical
hiI'csc wt:: i(a sof)i te graiunld(cover'ed.
JAlt's. 1 a her Ituster, .general sec-
ta my ofO w, i ' - Y XW . C . A . w ill co n - 'hd a p e e t ii )l f t e G r e e v
isovetwent at ia i -,c'lug to be held at
5 oi'lI)('( nm:''v -tNewberry hall.
A v;111 m li'~A li ilalso 1be given
at this i'i'g l voilien are invit-
e i to coime it tl.;se classes. The final
jie of ti(,111t('(O iso for this semes-
ter will be ccuidu'(c'lc1by Airs. Knox
Mitchell. who xwill concdlude the work
tby a (discussion of'I lhe Girl Scout: move-
ment. An exaination. will then be0
'given to all of th- women who have
taken t li'c)Ut -e Ani each one will
rec('ive a c ortif: rate from the Y. W. C.
A. vasz; vi~le1 A'eiofr tle coitijlct ion of the
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222 Nickels Arcade "The Ink that Made the
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JANUAYSL
Don't forget that we are now holding our customary January
Clearance Sale. You will find numerous attractive and clever
articles at substantially reduced prices.
GIFT SHOP
224 South State St.

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: T'enmbei: of the bride's section of oppo'lu it y to hear a radio concert
fthe Faculty 'Won's ~iclub will meet b Iy tw Ib1 ,iAieriI y (UrIs' glee club Fri-
Sat 3 o'clock toini Ow in the cIub)- ; (!,y, .1 an. 2:3 '50csteifrom 7 to 8
hrous e, 226 South i~lu Iasi meet. ;oc',ck ef 'omitti eDc troit Newxs station,
1 ~~~~V1't 3_____________ 01W)'l also gave a radio
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$3.50
'10he Ma gara Maid bloontt'is of a -good duality
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TIhis Nem-o Circlet Is an Ideal
Blandeau for Slender Women
$1.00
Th[ liem C e ir' clet.Jutn ioi isI lie lha iiea itfor slender women and
college wouienin ] d t his brassiere of flieshI colored silk jersey ideal
for gener'al weair. It is dainty andtrietiii itting and yet inexpensive
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