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SUNDAT, OCTOBER 25, 1925
MUS ALE
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Office
30 AID POINT SYS

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Women
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In the outer office of the dean of
women there will soon appear a
campus calendar which will present
all activities of interest to women.
It will be conspicuously placed so
that all students may consult it at
any time. The value of such a graph-
ic presentation of campus activities
is great. Here one will be able to see
at a glance, the dates available for
any event, whether activities previ-
ously arranged for will be likely to
detract from interest or augment it,
-in short, exactly how campus activ-
ities can- be scheduled to avoid con-
flicts and accomplish the most satis-
factory results.
The calendar is being prepared to
meet a long-felt need. That it may
be complete and authentic, the point
committee of the Women's League has
been delegated to collect advance
dates from each organization, as a
part of their regular weekly reports.
Hereafter all applications for permis-
sion concerning women's activities
shall be presented at the office of the
dean of women for preliminary au-
thorization and then sent to Joseph
A. Bursley, Dean of Men, for the per-
mission from the Senate Committee on
Student Affairs.
The calendar is but another piece
of effective co-operation between the
Women's League and the dean's office.
The point committee was organized
to collect, report, and record weekly
the extra curricular activities of wom-
en. No agency could so promptly
bring in notice of prospective dates,
thus facilitating this work. However,
it is not the nmajor service rendered
by this committee. The-honor point
file contains the card of every woman
kvho is identified with any campus ac-
tivity. Chairmen, before making up
their committees, may refer to the file
to determine whether the'women they
have chosen are eligible as to honor
points. A woman who is already carry-
Ing 14 points has assumed all the re-
sponsibility the League will allow her
to accept; therefore it is futile to pre-
sent her name only to be scratched.
To provide for distribution of respon-
sibilities among many able people is
the purpose of the point system and
should be the aim of every chairman.
To use effectively the work of the
Point committee, hereafter, eligibility
list blanks should be secured from the
office of the dean of women, made out
in triplicate and submitted to that
office where they will be examined
for eligibility in honor points as well
as scholarship. After the approval of
the eligibility committee one copy
will be in the dean's office, one return-
ed to the chairman of the committee,
and the third kept by the Dean of Stu-
dents.
Staff Chosen For
Newberry Annual
Officers for the 1926 Helen New-
berry annual have been elected re-
cently. Dorothy Tyler, '26, will act as
editor-in-chief; Ruth C. Hirschman,
'27, as business manager; Marie Van
Osenbruggen, '26, as literary editor;
Mabel .Schott, '28, as art editor; and
Lillian Brazil, Spec., as humor editor.
This year's annual will comprise
from fifty to sixty pages and will give
a complete account of Helen New-
berry activities.

FIST ROUND PLED Mummers Choose
Twelve New Women
IN INT9M UL HO E , Mummers Dramatic society held its
- -I second or recall tryout Wednesday
When the final games in the, first afternoon at 4 o'clock when 12 new
round of the intramural hockey con- members were admitted. Thursday's
recall of these 23 resulted in the elec-
test were played off Friday afternoon tion of the following to membership:
on Palmer field, Alpha Phi defeated Margaret Heyman, '29, Helen Bough-
Theta Phi Alpha with a score of 8 ey, '29, Helen Moore, '27, Ruth Brady,
to 0, and Alpha Xi Delta beat Alpha '29, Florine Storrey, '27, Helen Rush,
Gamma Delta 3 to 0. In the former '27, Marion Lipson, '28, Marion Broehn,
game, Helen Rutherford, '28, who at '29, Dorris Fetlick, '27, Edwina Hoga-
the position of left inside gave her done, '28, Ithmer Coffman, '28, and l
opponents little chance to block her Alberta'Shank, '27.
attack, made five of the Alpha Phi
goals.
On the opposing team, Mercedes { vs. Chi Omega. Friday Oct. 30, Zeta:
O'Brien, '27, manager for Theta Phi Tau Alpha vs. Alpha Chi Omega; Pi
Alpha, played a good game as well as Beta Phi vs. Martha Cook.
did Katherine Moriarity, '26, who was
left wing. Masques will hold a rehearsal of
In the second game of the afternoon, act 1 at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon
Alpha Xi Delta's goals were made by in University Hall.
Leona Sherman, '27, center forward,
Ethel Crovwe, '28, left inside, and PhilajLet The Daily sell it for you thin
Armstrong, '26, left wing. The Alpha i the Classified columns.-Adv.
Gamma Deltas were hampered by the th __Cassfedc__umns.-A__.
fact that they had only eight players,
but even so they made a good block Flat Feet Remedied by Arches
for their opponents team. Made from Impression of the
Another change in the tournamenti Individual Foot.
schedule has been found necessary. TA V
The order of games now stands:Mon- I Louise M . O'Brien
day, Oct. 26, Kappa Alpha Theta vs. Featherweight Arch Supports
Sorosis; Gamma Phi Beta vs. Delta Appointment by Telephone
Zeta; Kappa Kappa Gamma vs. Betsy 21579
Barbour. Wednesday, Oct. 28, Adelia 410 South Division
Cheever vs. Alpha Phi; Kappa Delta ANN ARBOR, __ICH_ .

Engagemient ring, bride' s wedding ring, and groomi~'s wedding ring-
all in the charming anud distinictive ORANGE BLOSSOM l)DESIGAN.
See our Special W~indow Display thusis week.

The pleasure of

your

COmpany

is requested at our

Schlanderer

& Seyfried
304 South Main

Jeweler

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Living models will display the

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Evening, 7:30 to 9-0O

225 SOUTH THAYER
Telephone 3941
BEHIND HILL AUDITORIUM

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Needing New
Handkerchiefs

THE GOSSARD LINE OF BEAUTY
All garments vill be demonstrated
on living models
TUESDAY OCTO BE R27

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BATTLE CREEK, Oct. 24.-James
WylienGardner, Battle Creek's oldest
resident, who hauled grain by ox cart
to Chicago in 1840 when it was a city
of 5,000 population, is observing his
98th birthday anniversary here today.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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2:30 to 4:30

7:30 to 9:00

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Make our store your shop-
ping place for
Unique Gifts
We have a large assort-
mer t of plaques
APPLIED ARTS
2 Nickels Arcade

A shower of lovely handkerchiefs-that's

what we are now showing.

Dainty, petal-like

A $100,000 stock of fine FURS in charge of the
Albrecht representative, on sale and display

bits of silk and voile; frivolous georgette tri-
vials, blossom tinted and edged with lace;
smart linen squares, flower 'broidered and

exquisitely

simple.

They're all adorable!

And so reasonably priced.

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Monday a
October

26 and 27

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Tuncsday

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Look your smartest
when the Sailors
come.
Have a New
Dress, too, for
the Dance
Following.

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And here's an idea

Be forehanded and buy

At Lowered Prices

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several for dainty Christmas gifts, for Christ-
mas is coming, you know! And there's
nothing nicer than a handkerchief or two for
small gifts.

Ark unusual opportunity to select a Fur Coat from the largest
stock of Furs ever shown in this city! The special display
Monday and Tuesday will include every pelt and every

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