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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LSHING CLOSES
ON PLEDGE SUNDAY
ority Wonien Pledge New Girls
After a 10 Day Period of
Rushing
1.W MEMBERS LISTED
Elchigan sorority women have
in brought 10 days of rushing to a
e with pledge day on Sunday
n, despite the rain, entering wo-
i who had accepted a "bid" were
ed for and taken to their chosen
ses. Rushing rules which were
,nged this year made the many
ties simpler than they have been
the past. The following women
Iged themselves to their respec-
sororities:
lpho Chi Omega-Carlotta Cur-
d, '25, Ella Pearce, '25, Elizabeth
ly, '25, ]Llizabeth King, '26, Laura
ft, '27, Genevieve Buell, '27, Eliza-
h Campbell, '27, Catherine Oakley,
Bernice Stabaeler, '28, Kathleen
isholm, '28, Dorothy Ward, '28,t
boty Racine, '28, Laura Beery, '28.,
Isaibelle Stitt, '28.
lpha Omicron Pi--Mary Ellen Ap-
on, '26, Clarrissa Felia, '26, Doris
t, '26, Nell Grattin, '26, Janet .Me-
'26, Francis Norton, 26, Winifred
ple, '26, Mary Greenfield, '27, M-i1
3 Peckham, '27, Helen Belcher, '28,
inia Crossman, '28, Geneive Eat-
'28, Jean Greenshield, '28, Mary
ton, '28, Susan Storke, '28, and
:e Wessels, '28.
lpha Phi-Amelia Behrhorst, '26,
riet Dively, '26, Dorothy Snow, '26,
h Sorg, '26, Pauline Bridgeman,
Helen Hawkins, '28, Mildred Heub-
'28, Alice Kellogg, '28, Helen
les, '28, Bertha Rankin, '28, Helen
hierford, '28, and Janet Trembly,

Musical Society
To Give Tea Today
Mu Phi Epsilon society will enter-
tain at tea between 4 and 6 o'clock
today in the University School of
M'Ausic. The purpose of the tea is to
entertain new students enrolled in
the School of Msuic. Members of MuI
Phi Epsilon invite all such students
to attend.
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Tryouts for the Giil's Mandolin
P'ub will bn hd L nt 4 n Mock tVJ di)l

BURTON TO DDRESS
ALL UNIVERSITY WOMEN
President Marion L. Burton willI
make the address at the first meeting
of all women on campus, at 7:45
o'clock Thursday, in University hall.
flis subject will be, "What is worth
while ?"
The Women's League, Young Wo-
men's Christian association and Wo-
men's Athletic association have co-
operated to make this first mass
meeting a success. 'It is earnestly
requested that every woman on cam-.
fpus attend," said Charlotte Blagdon,
'25, president of the Women's League,,
"in order to promote contact between
women students at the University."
Members of hte Y. W. C. A. will be
ushers for the occasion. Miss Blag-
don will ntroduce the president. I

Columbia, Mo., Sept. 29.-With the Austin, Texas, Sept. 29.-As an in-
enrollment of 1,259 persons in the ex- centive for the promotion of higher
tension division of the University, all scholarship at-the University of Texas,:
former records have been broken. there are 21 scholarship and fellow-
About two thirds of this number are ship funds available to students who
teachers. distinguish themselves scholastically.
Read the Want Ads Read the Want Ads
A BETTER THAN USUAL CANDY
For goodness and wholesomeness and for purity and per-
fection you cannot secure a more delicious candy than

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a box today-We're sure you'll agree they are won-
fine chocolates.

EBERBACH & SON CO.

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:n studio 216, at the School of Music.
Women may bring their own music.
Cabinet members of the Y. W. C. A.I

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200-204 East Liberty Street.

Tonight, daddy, take a package of WRIGLEY'

will meet at 4 o'clock. today in New- .
berry . 4y11. Oriental Women Entertained at Tea
Oriental girls, new on the campus;
Women inerested in social .service were entertained at a tea at 4 o'clock
work are invited to attend a 'mass - yesterday, at the home of Dean Han-
meeting at 4:30 o'clock tomorrow in ilton. Miss Grace Richards, assist-
Newberry hall. ant dean of women was the-hostess.1

the kiddies.

"LINE
MILEAGE"

rWALK-OVER'S FIFTI E TH A NN IVERSARYI

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wtriplet eyeletpattern
hat's the Dodo, a new
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rtest looking oxford
ever attracted a rov-
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Mother, too, will appreciate it.

Doctors and dentists say that WRIGLEY'S he
to keep the teeth clean and th mouth wholesC
and sweet.
It is an aid to digestion, too, so convalescents
given WRIGLEY'S to stimulate stomach action
for its antiseptic effect upon mouth and throat.

CONKLIN "line-mileage"
is a never ending source
of satisfaction to the student
and writer. Exclusive new
Conklin features and good
old fashioned Conklin qual-
ity unite to set a new stand-
ard of pen and pencil per-
formance.

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Alpha Xi Delta-Catherine Hunter,
'26, Norma McGillevery, '26, Margaret
Eirich, '27, Nina. Neville, '27, Margarey
Cooper, '28, Anna Dunlap, '28, Jos-
ephine Forsythe, '28, Caroline Hugh-
es, '28, Catherine Mathews, '28, Nancy
Jean Meyers, '28, Helen Shaw, '28.
Wilma nower, '28, and Helen Bos, '28.
Chi Omega-Margaret Henckel, '26,I
Dorothy Atkins, '26, Alice Schweir,
'28, Mary Karpinski, '28, Gertrude
Huber, '28, Margurite Fox, '28, and
Marian DuBrie, '26.
Collegiate Sorosis-Florience Grif-
fith, '26, Ann Gilbruth, '26, Louise
Kinmont, '26, Marcia Punmat, '26,
Margaret Wilkin-, '26, Florence But-
tolf, '27, Helen Blackwood, '28, Mary
Bowman, ' 8, Elizabeth Champ, '28,
Mary Christy, '28, Catherine Fergu-
son, '28, Elizabeth Harriman, '28,
Frederika Harriman, '28, Dorothy
Hurd, '28, Martha Mary Hernstein,
'28, Eugenia Long, '28, Caroline \lc-
Kinley, '28, Jean Dow, '28, and Mary
Quarton, '28.
Delta Delta Delta-Virginia Hobbs,
'26, Mary Ann McRoberts, '28, Flor-
ence Wertel, '28, Ruth Trebilcock, '28,
Gertrude Schuler, '28, and Alvino Su-
Perko, '28.

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winter months. Newest color com-
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BASEMENT
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Delta Gamma -- Margaret Brooks,
'26, Elizabeth Davies, '26, Elizabeth
Isham, '26, Catherine Pierce, '26, Car-I
oline Colter, '28, Georgia Dalter, '28,
Helen Kacker, '28, Katherin Lewis,
'28, Barbara Patton, '28, Lucy Seeley,
'28, Elizabeth Nutt, '28, Dorothy Tre-
utner, '28, and Margaret Lawler, '28.
Gamma Phi Beta- Helen Thorpe,
'27, Caroline Steen, '27, Jeanette Fitch,
27, Jessie Forbes, '28, Beth Hibarger,
28, Geneive Holmes, -'28, Geraldine
{olmes, '28, Margaret Hughes, '28, Gar-
and Kellog, '28, Ruth Moore, '28, Vir-
ginia Moore, '28, Mildred Newland, '28,
Virginia Rowley, '28, Louisa Smith,
28, and Margaret Ilughes, '28.
Kappa Kappa Gamma - Virginia
Briggs, '28, Phyllis Loughton, '28,
.ary Van Deursen, '28, Louise Pig-
:ott, '28, Nancy Brooks, '28, Dorothy
"hamp, '28, Katherine Gerow, '28, and
-ynthia Mallory, '28.
Pi Beta Phi-Charlotta O'Brien, '26,
'lorence. Lawson, '27, Grace Beckham,
27, Louise Bixby, '28, Caroline Woost
r, '28, Marion Wells, '28, Mary White,
28, Elsie Murray, '28, and Yrancesj

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Must Be Ordered Between
and September 30
Up to and including September
1924, we will contract with you fo
full amount of your requirements
delivered price of 8 c per galior
livery to be made between now and
1st, 1925. We can also furnish yc
ideal Furnace Oil. We can suppl:
kind of an oil you need regardless c
make of your burner. Call our offie
further information. Phone 1598.

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ta Phi Alpha-Irma Van Balen,
atherine Schrauder, '27, Evelyn
'28, Margaret Bassman, '28, Mar-
Deacon, '28, Patrica Hodgson,
arie Bradley, '28, Mary Weide-
, '28, Florence Mlills, '28, Regina
'28, Eleanor Wood, '28, and
n Stearns, '28.
list will be completed in the
isue of Thee Daily.
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Just ask anyone who has a portrait
signed Rentschler and they will frank-
ly tell you how greatly it is admired.
What causes such keen admiration of

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'hese portraits, we know but one answer.

-It's the way they're produced.

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IGH SCHOOL STUENTSU
residegt M. L. Burton met Univer-
highL school students and mem-
of the faculty yesterday morn-
in "their a-ssembly hall to deliver, I
first formal address there sincel
6pening of the school year. He
ressed his satisfaction in the es-
lishment of the new high school ;
the University's appreciation ofd
in A. S. Whitney's efforts.
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is the simple idea upon which they are
built. It.is:the rigid ethics adhered to
in the production that makes it so.
Come to our studio and see for your-
self. Then you too will agree and see
why hundreds say Rentschler at the
very mention of portraiture.

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CHORAL UNION SERIES
1. October 23, MARIA JERITZA, Soprano
2. November 3, GUY MAIER and LEE PATTISON, Pianists
3. November 19, "THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO," Hin-
shaw Opera Co.
4. December 5, JASOHA HEIFETZ, Violinist
5. January 28, ALFRED CORTOT, Pianist
6. February 13, SOPHIE BRASLAU, Contralto.
Course tickets may be ordered by mail as follows:
$7.00-PATRON'S TICKETS. (Holder has privi-
lege of retaining same location for the May Festival. Three
center sections on both Main Floor and in First Balcony, front

EXTR ACONCER T'SERI
1. November 13, SOUSA'S BAND, Lieut.-Comm
John Philip Sousa, Conductor
2. December 15, DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHES
Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor
3. January 19, KIBALOHICH RUSSIAN CHOIR
Basile Kibalchich, Conductor
4. February 23, DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTI
Guy Maier Lee Pattison Arthur Sh
Pianists
Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor
5. March 16, DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRI
Ilya Schkolnik, Violinist
Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor
Course tickets may be ordered by mail as follows
$5.00-Three center sections on both Main Floor
First Balcony, front to rear.
$4.00-Two side sections on both Main Floor a
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For your approval
there is a display of
worn grey portraits
now in our display
case. Don't fail to
see them today.

to rear.
$6.00-Two side sections on both Main Floor and in
Feit Ralconv. front to rear.

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