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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER' 7. 1925

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ANNOUNCE HOCKEY
TEAM SCHEDULES'
Mct'scof First And. Second Squaids
C it ipeto :1ooIDceide Class
ChampionisI

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SOPHOMORES, DEFEATED
Sohponore andl juniU: second squads
of interclass hockey competed in al
game at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoonj
at Palmer field. The junior team de- I
feated the sophomores with a score of
4 to 0. Ellen Groff made on goal for
the juniors, an(! Alice Vliet 'made the
other three points.
Schedules for both first and second1
,squads of interclass hockey thave been
4arranged. The games for the firstl
squads are:
Nov. 10.-Fresh-man vs. Sophomore;

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European Women Athena Initiates jTLc oia ieTLC l na in eAMS1M A l~ I
Says Miiss Quayle WO1M[EN'S DEBTE TrA ! then literar~y society will hold its : CASCIR N FED
lieetesitotediy otneo eashv l iiatior. at 6 o'clock ixt CLjS -OD-O-FEL--O T CE--
Prctcalynosoia O Q~OlOflC Member's of the women's deboating Tuesday night at the Haunted Tavern. maderace i their e focei rstadscn qud fspo
unvriyl~c nonej ~ V Th~ affair is to take the form of a jackets Thursday at Palmer field.i more class hockey will meet at 8 :30
Europea ofte vrdn isl dmoea flos ~atv,(inner-d nce. 'Tll: , llow i_7;,womien The new jackets are of heavy flannel o'clock this morning at Palmer field.
Margaret. uyeoftMItento al; agrite Dut ten, '2, lizabeth an a iinitites: and are made in different colors for!
Student service who spoke b fore ita Valknblr'Ih, '2b, Geraldine Kni ht, j 1il~ hAlvin, '26, _Nlarion Bradley, each class, in order that the teamis Any women enrolled in the rifle'
group of University studecnts at a '26, The aternaltes fr this side are: j"fMl Cs l 2,Gace Eela may show theircors as well as be- lse who wish to sottdyon
banquet at the Union Thursday night. ;Geneva Wheeler, '26, and Lucille Can- '29 uI~aMraEas, 29, Cletus ing more easily distiguished. Sen-I the outdoor range will meet at the It.
"They have no foot hiail teamls, no iby, 26. Pagan, '2, ccilia Lee Fine, '27, helen jors have blue jackets, juniors yellow, . T. C. headquarters at 9 instead of
ad n soal The affirmative team is composed of i Gey rn, , '27 )~ty1lrio,'29, spooe eadfehe re.a 'clock.
or ad zed 'athletic adsi scilJosephine Garst, '26, Norma Green. '26, Doli iding, 7, Luct~ ri nitteo'2 homore ed n d freshteamsgree.a ocok
cen s to parallel those of American nd.lr<rt lnkl't.Ihalloillc ,27LuleHtl,29 Juirad sophomoeeas eeI
universities," sadlVMiss Quayle. In ! MVli(~ It~xl,2.ie l \ildred lnnis, 23, Mary MacDonald,I the first to wear the new jackets in Women wishing to go on the W A.
fact a campus similar to M1ichigan's teriias are: Geraldine Plasters, '26,: '28 Lucille Mfahr, '29, Violet McCre- an i a game;,~ they competed in a game, A. hike will meet at 9 o'clock today
with buildings grouped in one spot is i adGnveeGoda,'6ie '27, Iiiia Sazenbachler, 2, Ala scheduled for 5 o'clock a Palmer1 at Barbour gymnasium. The hike will
unfntiia~, amos neer een Itis The order of the speakers has not' Sceirieh 27, Catherine Scott, '27, field. The junior team defeated the be led by Margaret Lawlor, '28. An-
more usual that the university is in a1 ,as yet been determined but will be, Alice Ulnderwood, '29, Florence Wid- sophomores with a score of 6 to Y' other hike, in charge of Belle Siegel,
larg ciy werethe tudntscanannonced! later. The debate is on inac ',28, Eizabeth IWelman, '29,'I-Helen Searight, Etruria Doster, Myra 28, will leave Barbour gymnasium
loarg e l ityyan where the stdets Da ec. 4, with the Michigan affirmativeI Vivian lLaJUenesse, 28, Josephinle Finsterwald, and Gertrude Gulick at 9 o'clock tomorrow.
buildings" are spread throughout. meigt-ngaveelnoOhoGA, ' Eeanora Hlawn, '26. scored for the juniors, while Margaret
"Theoretically, at least," she co)n- i1here, wile the Michigan negative, Lawlor made the one goal for the j All women who have not as yet.
team meets the aflirmative team of" UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON.- sophomores.th played off the first round of the golf
tinedcaioal. o hanversitie reIndiania at Indiana. The subject of~ Campus tradition demands that the
smol-eetago. omenae atvery the decbate is the "Child Labor Amend sophomores garb themselves in some __________________________________________
have as high as half. Education for et _I distinctive attire. This year the see-
women hasn't been as popular on the, jonds year men have selected buff, im-
continent as in America until after LONDON.-The whole of Leicester- station chamois blazers as a distingu-
the World war, which in itself began If hie has 1)een placed under the ban ishing apparel.
the emancipation of women. It o for fox. hunting because of thu foots o PU 1 C o a l
ed new fields of employment to threm anld mouth disease. Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. C o alna olg euain a e- -.6

tournament have been dropped from
the official list. The championship
round will be p~layed today at the Un-
iversity golf course.
Will the woman who acted as score-
keeper at the interclass hockey games
last Saturday morning at Palmer field
get in touch with Irene Field, '27, at
once.
The world fellowship committee of
the Y. WV. C. A. will meet at 4 o'-
Iclock Tuesday at Newberry hall.
All members of Miss Campbell's
and Miss Hlodgson's canoe classes
j whao wish to go on an upriver trip
today will meet at 10 o'clock at Saun-
diers' canoe livery. Those planning.
to go are asked to notify Mrs. Neely,
the assistant in the physical educa-
Stion offices before 9 .o'clock..
VIENNA. -- The government' em-
liloyes have decided to strike Thurs-
day to enforce their demands.

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Junior vs. Senior.
Nov. 12.-Freshman
Sophomore vs. Junior.
'Nov. 16.-Freshiman
Sophomore vs. Senior.
Nov. 17.-Junior vs.
man vs. . Sopho~tnore.

VS.
VS.

Senior;
Junior;

Senior; Fresh-

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Nov. 18.=-Freshman vs. Senior.
All'of the above games will be play-
ed'3( at 4 o'clock except the game be-
tween the freshman and Junior teams,j
which will be played at 5 o'clock, Nov.
16. The schedule for the second!
squad games is:
Nov. 10, 5 o'clock-Freshman v.-
Junior.
Nov. 12, 5 o'clock-Freshrman v,%
Sophomore.
Nov. 16, 4 o'clock-Sophomore vs.
Junior.
Nov. 17, 5 o'clock-Freshman v,
Junior.
Nov. 18, 4 o'clock-Freshman vs.
Sophomore.

essary to success. Before the war
they were educated either privately or
in convents."
In comparing the college orga.,iza-
tions of -womenal ' Iandl in the
1 ' +t ' i sQuy]statedl that
in ._a ta . P dedly prom-
o ''~~te~ us Ithouigh d(Inc
(S 's''~2'* - it has had
to ,i'g mr>1' ognition.
~ i~"~-. hoaris in Little
~e~l \rE ''-am.>4 fl*became in-
'-V > t u'u~relief workf
<1oty f~:5 t~ewnwlien she Was!
'at~mhaa' 1 .-u'i u nBelgian 1re-F
eoust~a La 'cor. P as while she
''. a I; o m: s lfE:' .' e connected j

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Because the social dancing class , l di fcm.?' nr1'1_.t relief and
which was to have been given by the - >'' ~ ~' ith that as-
W . A. A. Thursday interfered with Ki8
Alfred Noyes lecture, it was poste Zis w"'n-A Ann ;Arbor
poned until the latter part of nexi _ lea;P a u~ the World
week. The league orchestra .has been 'S.hei I' le~1'" n which in
engaged 'to provide the music. eirng .'Pm] friendship
_ . . .. a .- rio :~~ rtiality.
The Michigan Dames will give a F ~----
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evening, in the Faculty Women's al Ao<lp i< h .3 ihheld this
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in Fashionable and Timely goods--Regular Christmas
showings displayed in advance and with Prices Cut
just to Make a Celebration--Now and Until Next
Saturday Night.
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