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FRIDAY, OCTOTIrT 9, 1921)

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LEAGUE TO SELL
RIDING TICKETS

Gve Phiysical Ed uecatioin Credit
I l)er~: ~WO1~enWho Take
Twelvre Lessonas

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Pan-Hellenic To /l
Give. Luncheon At
Haunted Tavern j]]O
Pan-Hlellenic Inter-Sorority associa- !All Un
tion will 1hol( its annual luncheon at ;attend ti
1:30 o'clock Saturday, at the Haunt- ( from 41
ed Tavern. This luncheon is for the b our gyrY
representatives of the various housesj orchestro
anti is given for the purpose of fos- fo the
tering closer olationships between I feature v
these representatives. which w~
Heretofore, the luncheons have Bell, of
been held at one of the sorority partmnent
houses, each of the houses furnishing' by Etrur
a portion of the menu. This is the McNally,
first year that it has been held at a' bers of t]
tea room. The committee in charge an h

IHVITES WOMEN
Y9 SFIS liversity women are inivitd to
.e party which wvill be given
to 6 o'clock, todlay, in Bar-'
innasium, by the WT. A. A. An
,a has been engaged to play;
dancing of which the chief,
will be a cotillion with favors,
wil be led by Dr. Margaret
the physical education de-
t. A stunt has been planned
ria Doster, '27, and Margaret
"'27, to introduce the mem-j
he physical education faculty,
members of the executiveI
fthe W. A. A. ,

Y . W . C 1.1A . Cl ri al ozh . _
Fund (1 LSsociaim14w- () \u e ni
the latter pa-rt of 0 htPLi
(lone by T' niverii y wom l Prourgh
the comnmunity r1~ )Itii 0of
the Y. AV. C. A.
Bringing thec card fi ler m)anto late.
correcting 1 ('lphle o l roan1a
dresses, amd all tl Ith a .i ld"work tat
is niecesar11y beo'e ik ieinn
envelops";wili m iia mt('ni,3

NEW CLUB ORGANIZED
Through the kindness of Mr. Guy
N. Mullison, proprietor of the Mul-
lison stables, an agreement has been
made whereby the Women's 'League

will receive $500 for the sale of ,500 'is composed of Ruth Sorge, '26, Isa-
tickets for fall riding. Thea tickets bel Slosson, '26, ° and Frances Par-
are 'six for $5 and may be used in Irish, '26.
riding classes or at any time. There
will be a representative of the League 511 r W E 011 uiiiiii
in every women's house on campus W l u I~ R
sometime during the next week and
ticetsma bepuchaedat ha tie. SP 1 CTBR 2
A riding" club, under the direction' PjACTBR 2
$ of Betty Nutt, '28, manager of ridingj
for W. A. A. is being organized now. IOne more event on the list of en-
All, tickets boughit for this purpose tertainmnents for freshman women is
wvill come ;under the League sale as, the annual Freshman Spread which
well as those for regular classes,. h ohmrsaegvn rdy
Instruction in ridling will be given'th soomrsaegvn Fidy
b~y Mr. B. L. Carver, who received his Oc. 23, in. Barbour gymnasium. The
training for this work at the Culver Spread has grown from a simple in-
Military acadlemy. Second semester ;formal supper arranged by a few wo-
sophmore, an juior nd snio men into the present formal dancing
partyoes elboatl arrange byd several
women who have to make up work commtyeaoes. arne b eea
in physical education may receivecomtes
credit for the riding course given by Edwina Hogadone, 'L8, is the gener-
Mr. Carver. al chairman, assisted by Elsie Mur-
Twelve lessons are required in ray, '28, as general secretary.
order to receive the physical educa- iThe committees are as follows: Fi-
tion credit. Each section meets twice nance, Betty Nntt, chairman; Marian
- a week; the hours are as follows: Anderson, Alice Kellogg. Invitations:
4 o'clock or 5 o'clock Monday and Mary Van Deursen, chairman; Doro-
Friday; 5, o'ciock, Tuesday andI Thurs- thy Baird, Helen Belcher, Dorothy
day. A class for the advanced stu-'Hlurd.. Refreshments: Jean Green-
(lents will be held at 4 o'clock Tues- shields, chairman; Elsie Murray.
day, andl 4:30 o'clock Thursday. Floor and program: Madeline Dank-
The riding fee will be $6.50 for-six ers, chairman; Kathryn Kyer, Jos-
lessons, which includes $1.50 for the !ephine Norton. Favors: Mary Quar-
instruction., ton, chairman; Esther Merrick. Dec-
All women who are interested, orations: Evelyn Pratt, chairman;
should sign up on the riding poster Ellen Groff. Music: Margaret Deac-
in Barbour gymnasium. j on, chairman. Publicity: Mary White,
I 'chairman; Dorothy Morehouse.
ROME, Oct. 8.-In consequence of kNASpread fee of $1.00 is now being,
intervention by the ministry of fin- conllected in gymnasium classes from
ance, the price of gasoline has been th ohmoewmn
* reduced to approximately 45 cents a'
- gallon. IWatch Page Seven for real values.
M Frog, Chicken ai-d Steak Dinners
Served at
BOULEVARD INN
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-Two blocks from city bus line on Jackson Read, r~
from noon till midnight.CE
~jSpecial attention given to parties. %Phone 6534. r

board of

4 1 nwork that they are (doing. O g nie«ik sPo taSor t
A c r to (C'har 1 me Shiland, '27, Y rZ' f' JtC 3O tt
rainnof the community service Start Tomorrow l Selects.Alembers
(c,1)O (of Ihe Y..AV. C. A.. women,
.0 -ted itliss I YW of womr may Ilonoi' points in the Women's Ath-1 After the tryouts held by Portia de-
Nx)ryhail. Other miembers of Ictlc association may be 'earned by l boating' society on Tuesday evening,
her coinitltee are: Edwina flogabone, l particip~ation in the organized hikes, the following were elected to mexm-
2' .dAlice Calender, '27, Lucinda Shier- o hchte1rtwllsat 1t8 bership: Helen Debevoise, '29; Ruthr
v. eel, 'o7,whichrinheHubbardw'27andartloatj8Lfie, '29; Pauline Diehl, '29; Marian
tomorrow mornrng, from BIroehm, '29; Ruth Magee, '29; Elaine
Io~ bi ure,'7 our gymnasium. The points will be Vaupell, '29};, Mary Martin, '29; Eliza-
awardled on the basis of one point per beth ('ronin, '28; Katharine Lardner,
'A !',I S. Oct. 8.- -The Frenchz Cabli- mile. All University women are in- '28; Emma Baird, '27; and Jane Sum-
no has; ratifed the appointment Of jvited to take part. mers,'29.
leeage, minister of justice, as The enthusiasm for hiking this year
r -;ident regent of French Morocco. is shown b~y the fact that more than DETROIT, Oct. 8. - Robbers who
35 women have already signed up for1 broke open two safes in' the Lafer
this sport. Margaret Lawlor, '28, is7 Brothers wholesale grocery recently
the WT. A. A. hiking manager. escaped with money estimated
Ito total betwveen $3,000 and $5,000.
bjet The Daily sell it for you thru l
the Classified columns.-Adv. Watch Page Seven for real vales.
words, people, places, tj'hat TR1E A1T M ALLK
)rreading, writing, study,'EAL K
!d instantly in the stopq of
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b and use no partiality,
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{oevcry sports oc cesion thce
I is rno cdenyiing he appropriate
ness of slip-over sweaters with
thj eir I ~tful colorings and
-~ . l)h.'utiful yarns.
I., or rchoice is unlimrited Iin
Loth styles and colors.}
F < t 5For the next few dlays we
r~a -e fcaturhtig three prices.
Al te ewst FELT HATS o tn, ry
All he nwestshapes rid in the smartest shades o as ry
Sand other delightful colors.
A wonerfulselection and a pricet which will appeal to you.
A xvonerfu'Specially priced at
$2.95
rI 4VELOURS
II ur Velours are'ery popular i all thene shades and
coos C .An ale pca {eigfryou atne
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R OALD) AMHITI)SE.N, Arctic and Antarctic
explorer, discoverer of the South 'Pole,
will open the course October 24'.
L AI~jI,,EE liRWMS, Founder and President'
1.of the American Flying Club, will speak.
October 27.
AI1JIREI)NOYES, famous English poet, will
present an interesting program, Ndvem-l
her 5.
1114AMV N. IIASI ELL, head of Amen-
cn Relief Administration in Russia,
will lecture November 24.
P RUNVESS f"ANTACUZENE, grand-daughter
tof General Grant, gifted writer and lec-
turer, will be here December 8.
A LEXAN1)ER WOOLCOTT,' dramatic editor
of the New York Sun, lectures Janu-
ary 22.
S lAI{KIES CADMAN, noted Preacher-Lectur-
e r, head -of Federation of Churches, comes
en February 2.
H ARLO1W SILAPLE Y, scientist author,
Director of H arvard Observatory, lectures
February 11.

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Ten Distinguished Speaker,

in Accents Smart

A ND all fashionable women are happy because
those who have worn it find it just as service-
,able as it is smart. Why shouldn't it be popular?
New -models have, just come in. They are
different and altogether new in style! A jaunty,
sport-like 'two-piece mode deftly fashioned from
balbriggan makes a smart campus frock. And
Balbriggan doesn't wrinkle.

hhI) FLAIlI RICE, celebrated reader
(iramia, will be here February 18.

of

A DI)ITI{)NAI. number to be
within a few d iys.

announced

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