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ICII~lArrange F eriesI
HOUR ISSSN10Of Club Concerts
Concerts to be given by the Univer-
sity Girl's Glee club will consist of
two radio concerts broadcasted from
l st Of Gifts Show That Variety And Detroit and of two other out-of-town
Novelty Will Predominate concerts.
At Function Broadcasting from WWJ Detroit
PRIZE TO BE AWARDED News will take place Feb. 12 and the
concert from WCX Detroit Free Press
wil be sometime in March, the dli-
Articles assigned to the sororitie ,nite date of which is not yet known.
league houses and dormitories ,for the Concerts to be given in Jackson and
annual Women's league and Inter- Adrian are now being arranged for
church bazaar this year show variety by Mary Kent-Miller, '27, publicity
and novelty according to the follow- chairman of the club.
ing list submitted by Ruth Hirsch- -
man, '27, chairman of the articles
committee. Fund Still Open
Alpha Chi Omega, 10 rag dolls; Al-
pha Epsilon Phi, 15card table covers;To Con ibution
Alpha Gamma Delta, 15 rag dolls; Al---
pha Omicron Pi, 30 enamelled novel- Anyone whoS till wishes to contri-
ties; Alpha Phi, 10 silk lamp shields; bute to the Charlotte Alice Blagdon
Alpha Xi Delta, underwear; Chi Scholarship fund may do so. At
Omega, 6 doll lamps; Delta Delta present the fund totals a little over
Delta, 20 guest towels; Delta Gamma, $200. Although the active drive is
candied apples, nuts etc.; Delta Zeta, over, contributions will be accepted
12 shellac lamp shields; Gamma Phi at the Women's league office. Accord-
Beta, 60 gum drop dolls; Kappa Alpha ing to Dorothy Cline, '26, the dormi-
Theta, 40 ladies silk handkerchiefs; tories and league houses have con-
Kappa Delta, 40 ladies handkerchiefs; tributed the larger part of the fund,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 16 silk lamp which shows that the sororities have
shields; Phi Sigma Sigma, 20 collar not been active in this matter.
and cuff sets; Pi Beta Phi, 30 woofie Plans are being formulated by Miss
dogs; Sigma Kappa, 30 mens hand- Cline for reaching the alumnae of the
kerchiefs; Theta Phi Alpha, 10 or- class of 1925, of which Charlotte
gandie baby pillows; Zeta Tau Alpha, Blagdon was a member.
10 bridge luncheon sets.
Adams house, 10 laundry bags; An-
drus house, 6 card table covers; As-
man house, 3 night gowns; Aubrey
haouse, 5 men's handkerchiefs; Auges- flD
burger house, 13 hot plate holders;
Bannasch house, 16 dusters; Black
aller house, 5 book ends; Brown hall,
5 handkerchief dolls; Bouinmet house, Kappa Alpha Theta defeated Col-
3 organdie baby pillows; Caughey legiate Sorosis 5 to 2 in the second
house, 12 covered dress hangers; round of the intramural hockey tour-
Church house, 6 ladies sport hand- nament yesterday. In the first quar-
kerchiefs; Comstock house, 6 ladies ter Kappa Alpha Theta made two
crepe de chine handkerchiefs; Coon goals and Collegiate Sorosis one. Both
house, underwear; Cozad house, 4 rag teams scored one point in the second
dolls; Culver house, 5 sachets; Daun- quarter, and Kappa Alpha Theta made
er house, 5 table runnes; Dey house, one goal in the third quarter and one
4 men's handkerchiefs; Duff house, 4 in the fourth, bringing the final score
card table covers; Dunlap house, 7 to 5 points' against the 2 points of the
shoe bags; Ellis house, 7 tea towels; opposing team. The lineups of the
Elm hall, 17 dusters; Fawcett house, two teams were:
7 sachets; Feiner house, 3 hot plate Kapa Alha Collegiate Sorosis
holders; Filker house, 9 parchment Theta
lamp shades; Forsythe house,.9 stock- F. Wolfe .......C.F......... J. Dow
ing .dolls; Fox house, 15 ladies sport R. Busch ......R.I....... M. Cristy
handkerchiefs; Freeman house, 9 cre- M. Seaman .....L.I.....H. Voorheis
tonne boxes; Frink house, underwear; E. Balz I........R.W.........
Goanan house, 13 shoe bags; Hall S. Alexander -...L.W..... E. Frazier
house 7 book ends; Handelman house, V. Fox .. ......R.H.-.....
9 dress covers; Horen house, 4 dolls; H. Kempf ......C.H... A. Hirschman
Icheldinger house, 18 ladies handker- E. Ohlmacher ... L.H.... K. Patterson
chiefs; Ireman house, 7 sachets; Kep- V. Burke.......L.F... E. Beckwith
pel house, underwear; Lash house, 6 E. Tompkins . . . R.F......
parchment lamp shields; Lauless M. Smith .......G........F. Griffith
house, 4 tea towels; Leatherman The schedule of intramural hockey
house, 6 men's handkerchiefs; Lim- games for the week is: Today, Kappa
pert house, 7 dusters; McEachran Kappa Gamma vs. Betsy Barbour,
house, 7 handkerchief dolls; McNeill Martha Cook vs. Zeta Thiu Alpha,
house, 11 laundry bags; Mason house, and Gamma Phi Beta vs. Delta Zeta;
3 bridge luncheon sets; Matthias Friday, Alpha Xi Delta, Kappa Delta,
house, 9 dresser covers; Mitchell and Alph Phi vs. the respective win-
house, 12 men's handkerchiefs; Morice ners of today's games.
house, 12 guest towels; Nelson house,
12 ladies novelties; Oakland hall, 10 There is a meeting of all women
doll's handkerchiefs; O'Brien house, asked to work on the costumes for
4 night gowns;' O'Hara house, 4 table the sophomore circus at 4 o'clock to-
runners; Osgood house, 8 tea towels; day in Barbour gymnasium. It is im-
Payne house, 9 sachets; Phelps house,.portant that every one be present.
,15 dresser covers; Rea house, 4 book
;ends; Reagh house, 18 dusters; Little investment-big returns, The
Reeves house, 4 organde baby pil- Daily Classifies.-Adv.
4lows; Rtze house, underwear; Rock
Shouse, 5 stocking dolls; Sadler house,
7 chiffon scarfs; Sager house, 12 chif
fon scarfs; Sawyer house, 5 rag dolls;
Scott house, 10 ladies' handkerchiefs;
Schauman house, 10 covered dress
hangers; Seehan house, 2 organdie
baby pillows; Stapleton house, 14
covered dress hangers; Stoneburner
house, 4 hot plate holders; Stowe
house, 3 pajamas; Swaney house, 6
sachets; Swanger house 11 dusters;
Treutner house, 6 stocking dolls;
Vogt house, 15 covered dress hangers;
Waite house, underwear; Watkins

house, 10 ladies handkerchiefs; West-
minister house, 9 parchment lamp
shields; Westphal house, 7 dresser
covers; Whitcomb house, 7 covered
dress hangers; Whitehouse house, un-
derwear; Witham house, 8 guest
towels; Witherby house, 7 men's hand-
kerchiefs; Wood house, 5 pajamas;
Wright house, 4 tea towels.
Martha Cook building, underwear;
Betsy Barbour house, 40 tea aprons;
Alumni house 16 hot plate holders;
Adelia Cheever house, underwear;,I
Helen Newberry residence, 40 dress
The date for the collection of these
articles has been set as Nov. 18. After ISlvr a
thisdate thearticles will be classified
according to workmanship and the In the
winning house will be awarded a
pre_-Perhaps you hav
your evening fro
Announcing whether of rich m,
filmy chiffon. Eve
j gold or silver son
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To Cover Recreational Problems, Handr
Work, Program Planning1
And Discussions


Training for University women in-
terested in the leadership of high
school clubs and organizations will
be offered by the Y. W. C. A. in con-
nection with the institute of religious
education lecture': course beginping
Tuesday, Nov. 10, at Lane hall.
This is a course similar to one of-
fered last year for women who expect
to go from college into communities'
where they will be asked to lead
groups of camp fire girls, and girl re-
serves, and similar organizations.
This year it is being offered in con-
nection with the institute of religious
education so that it will reach more
A two hour lecture course has been
planned. At the end of a series of
five lectures, women desiring to take
the examination which will be given,
will receive a certificate stating that
they have successfully completed the
course. It is not necessary, however,
to take the examination unless one
wants the certificate.
The committee in charge of plan-
ning the programs each Tuesday con-
sists of Harriet Dively, '26, chairman;
Alice Campbell, '26, Thelma Anton,
27, Janet Trembly, '27, and Frances
Dunnewind, '27.
The lectures will include a study of
recreational problems, how to lead
games, program planning, hand work,
and perhaps a short discussion of
parliamentary law. All except fresh-
man women are eligible to attend.
Tuesday night's program will be
divided into sections of one hour each.
Tfhe first hour Miss Ethel McCormick,
of the physical education department,
will talk on adolescent psychology,
and during the remainder of the eve-
ning Mrs. L. I. Bredvold will discuss
recreational work.
Fifteen-year-old Florence Frazer of
Berkeley, Calif., is the youngest
American student at Fontainbleau,
France. She is studying the piano at
the American Conservatory.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.


which are transferable. The tickets
may still bL obtained through the
various houses on campus.
have purchased their tickets from the
Women's league and also physical
education students.
Elizabeth Blackwood, '26, chairman'
of the undergraduate campaign com-;
mittee would like to get in touch with1
all women who have been selling the
tickets this week. Reports may be
sent in by mail or telephone.
Conclude Sale Of
Swimming Tickets
Swimming tickets will be on sale for
the last time from 3:30 to 5 o'clock
today at Barbour gymnasium. The
tickets are priced at $5, and entitle
the purchaser to any number of swims
at the Y. M. C.a A. Tickets must bel
bought by 50 women before the pools
can be chartered, according to Lu-
cille Walsh, '27, swimming manager.
"If the women who have already
signed up for swimming would get4
their tickets, the pool would be open-I
ed to us right away", says Miss Walsh.i
The hours for swimming are from!
9:30 to 10:30 o'clock Tuesday andl
Friday mornings, and from 7 to 81
o'clock Wednesday and Saturday

formler regent of the University. 042r we
The board, which will be used by Members of the Y. W. C. A. cabi- "aaI(
the women's physical education de- net will meet at 4:15 o'clock Thurs- flctou.
partment and by the W. A. A., has I day instead of today at Newberry lh
been hung in the lower hall of the hall. or si
gymnasium, opposite the offices of the
physical directors. A large "M, of Women students planning to use A facia
the same type as that used for awards the special trains Saturday morning to Au] a
by the W. A. A. is inscribed in a go to the Northwestern game at Chi-
circle in the center of the bronze cago must sign in the office of the
paneling at the top of the board, and dean of women and pay the fee for
smaller "M"s decorate the lower cor- the official chaperones sent by the Un-
ners. The board is of stained green iversity. Any women students plan-
cork, and panelled on all four sides ning to leave on Friday for the game
with bronze; on the lower panel isl or to stay until Sunday must make
a plate which will be inscribed by the 1'their arrangements known to the of-
Peter White memorial fund, flee of the dean of women, and must
have a letter on file before 5 o'clock
Graduate W omen Thursday written frotheir hostess BEA
Orgd a nizoe nTam direct to the office ofth dean of wo- G
Or~ganie Te msmen.
Sophomore women who are inter-
Graduate students of the Univer- ested in taking part in the clown E
sity have for the first time organized band for the sophomore circus are Read
in athletics, and will compete in asked to sign the band poster in Bar-
hockey against the regular class series
this year. Elsie Townsend has been
elected captain of the team, which
has been practicing individually dur-
ing the season. The graduate women
will play in their first game at 5
o'clock tomorrow, when they will com-
pete against the grst squad of the
freshman teanr. Following this game

Continue Sale Of rtgTihl'OR MER REGENT GIS
'M1Rithan 100riding tickes for the
Muhison stables have becBU sold by N-B
the Women's lea ue duringthelast Barbour gymnasium was recently; The]
three weeks. The tickets, as has ap- presented with a bulletin board, pur-
tl~re ti eek. Te tikets as has cb edl by the Peter White memorial iof ThE
pea red before in The Daily, sell for d ifith erinterestsonight
$'5. This includes six one-hour rides fiht
bour gymnasium by Peter White a house.

Mortarboard society will
7:30 o'clock a week from
night at the Delta Gamma
stead of this week as has

meet at
house in-
been an-

the team will challenge all the class
teams in the regular series. Another
class game scheduled for tomorrow is
the junior second squad vs. sopho-
more second squad, at 4 o'clock.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.

F'or WiterDA-vs

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Smart Afternoon
The wonder of this collection is the
freshness of the modes, the little
effective touches of smartness, the
look of quality.
In Satins and Crepe Satins, Tres
Jolie Crepe and Twills, combination
bf Velvet and Satin. Flares and
two-piece effect, the semi-princess
Every frock is a fashion success
and is appropriate for any after-
noon affair or on the campus.


Nickels Arcade

Phone 9616

j # -

e not decided what
cks shall be like,
aetal cloth or simple
ry frock glitters with
mewhere, and every
uthfut gayety.
s show you how ex-
t.nnc -Ira

"The Shop of Personal Service." I ,
~ The 37th Anniversary of Win
di un or ten dyofrng
tremendous price reductions
on fashionable and timely-~
merhadie."We kenow it is a n
For us to sit and grin."
We pause to smile at these, our fashionable friends of
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