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TT-RSD)AY, NOVMER It, 1925

THE MICHYqAN DATLY

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dance at 4:30 o'clock today, in the
Women's league room, University hail.
All of the committees for Pan-H-el-
leuic hall will meet at 4 o'clock to-
(lday in Bar'bour gymnasium.

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Slate ('o1-iegcs Send, 1Relegates 310 Novr. 20, in 'a rbtaur zymnasiuJm. Th(
sixth Annual C(onivention 1 chatirmen or I bo c imnit ie-s for tle
At K~alamnazoo
- ~spre ad arI'' Doi'ahllIigaill , '2 , tick-
MICHIGAN RER SN E !ets; Elizabedlh Biaclkwood, '2;, pro-
_________gram ; Margaret M~cNally, '27, 11,u ine;
Included among the speakers for Lydia Kuahn, '27, pulblicity; Elizabeth
thesixh anua covenionof heCarmpbell, '27Edl.. dtcorations; Katli-
thesixh anua covenionof heerine Wilcox.,'26, tables; Louise
M1ichigan L'eague of Women Voters IPrig'gr. 'v :rb.I,,.
1'tit, i s 1) )jng ha'ld !.odlay azita t oer-' LH'loi. 2Y. el'' ,t1-3 e) .ttxitItflu''.
utlorroW ii.ttliel' iiu~aIAC 3l ea iht =>,i on ofv2. .w t ![1t
ers will b~e -Governor Alexander J.( Tickets for" the spread wilt Ile piacetl
Grosbeck who is expected to give the on sale today and tomorrow antd again
greeting for the state of Michigan,: next Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 16
an~d Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, hon-; an li1, in Ba. ,x0111'gymnasium and
orary president of the National League!l at tl: Women's leagu-te candy booth
of Women Voters, who will speak to-{ in University hail.
morrow night. -- ------
"Month by month since our la st u tlt Itsp'
convention the league has carried on' I q[ a ttC oc
with increasing success the work of l From Gle lu
educating' women for our primary ' '''
duty of good citizenship," said Mrs. -
Craig C. Miller, state president. Four women have beenl chosen
" Great opportunities are before us fo h em~rhplsto h ii
which call for all the experience, wis- versity Girls' Glee club to compose
domn and devotion of our entire or-1 an organization to be knownv as the
gaizton"University Girls' Quartet. The wo-
Women of the University of Michi-l men who have been chosen are : Ing-
willbe eprsened y Vole1 ham Sutley, '20,Ed, Angeline Wilson,
Kidder, '26. Members from all state rae avr,'6 oi m
colleges will be present at the 'con-'bose, '28. The quartet will appear in
vention. Professor Bertha Buell of Icnet with the glee club as well
Ypsilanti, state dean of college wo-4asbthmev.I
men's work, will conduct a discus-1 As a reserve factor for the fir.i',
sion tonight on "The Efficiency in qureascnja encoe
Government and Citizenship Educa-# which will consist of Odin a Olson, '26,
Lion." 1Rhea Miller, '26, Lois Brashear, '27,
Michigan clubs which are sending and Margaret Sherman. '27.
dlelegates are: Michigan State Feder-}
ation of Women's clubs, Michigan i Jewish Women, and the Mic-higan
Democratic Women's clubs, MichiganI Business and Professional Womnen's'
Republican Women's clubs, Daughters j clubs.
of the American Revolution, Ladies ofj A tea inl honor of the state officers
the Maccabees,. Detroit Council of 1 will be given this afternoon.

forthai Board society will meet at 1-orcuniwllmeat41
- BtsylhrlW~i'D~(~ils l~lit HI 7 20o'clock tonighit at the Delta Cam- o'clock today in the parlors of Bar-
Jcst1 1110 oc~&Yma hiousae. All M~ortar Boai'd alumnae Ibour gmaim
Touirt tt it are ilivited to attend this eeting.
~~7TT T'J C~f'Dt7The publicity committee of the Jun-
v-ItN iYiCLO'SE ORJJI 1\lcmhers of the ofhicec (ommiittec of for Girls' play will meet at 4 o'clock
'Ph the University Y'. W. C. A. will meet today at Barbour gymnasium.1
* Betsy Barbour defeate(d Alpha Ihitat 4 o'cloc'k today in Newberry hail. _____
1 to 0 in the final round of the intra- I
mutral hockey tournament yesterdayHokygmstbepadtdy
,. t Palmer fielt No r-- ,xwr'v'c ,,io Ueo leisur~te timge will. be (i5(1i5'are: freshman first squad vs. senior
t nhs o h goal. ri1 1 11, 1 Myra Flu ter ) 1IE.-. ' A . associations i : rk .rIIrtat e Y. . hritas wollrk-1
teams came nar(scorintwhen tthesregular hhalf
quiwscrre h ent fte il eteusedgashgifshtogthe chldreninrth
ey:th wo gscarrd lthe walhdon af thelday i Newrhall.Unierstyehspial tbChistaseime
1 ind.esInfhe foar.hMyuarternst'or- .W C .asoThinsi al lewoshmpaiswopen fromeig2leto ,
wyes'7mAlpba.cithr temriestpayi i Tee will hldeatmeI2:g0o'lckth-ed sgft0'(e hlrn.i h
the miade ihrtoa, 0. - Ii heewilb a dein f h !ocock every Tuesday, Wednesday and
thefnl soreof1'to The lineup ('omil tece in charge of the O. S. U. Thursday.
of the game was: __________________________________________________
*Bets y BarbIour Alpha 11114I~~III~Ih~lI~lI~lIlII~ii''
k. Hazard....... I. ..M. IHawkins -
J. CamIpb)ell. .I.. . . H. RutherfordE4-
M. :Finsterwiald . L.W ....... M. Loois1 .1 :_ " -
A. Fowler ......Ri.W .......Kyer lIL U. East
K. Bailey.......It.1-...... J. Tremably ; =eSCII iU
1:1. Wontonz..... C. H-.11 . Hawki ns -
E. Grahamzn.....L,. H........ M. Plant1Li rt
L. Kahn........ ........FIi. Holmzes .-a i e t
H-. Edwards ...L.Fi.H.f. Richards -LX t
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Shop
The initiation of 'Theta Sigma, hon- I°P oe43
orary journalism society for women
Ewas held at 8 o'clock last night in ' he lb a y o M rt a C k bu di g
The following women were inilted:
Getud ailey, '2,Anine Mae Daly,Ja ty H s ofF l
'27, 1c 'e Kenii I, '7,arion ubick , unH t fF
'27, Mar'ion Mead, '26i, Dorothy Paisley, Ada 1)1 a ble to lI :"ciy every occ'asion, and thiir soft lines and1( becoming ..
'26, .anect Sinclair, '27Ed~c, Marguerite colors at kie 1hem1 especially at tracetive f'or the Ohio game.
Zilske, '26. ; illlRIIIIIIII1Ii I 11IIIII[l 111111Il IIIIII1111111111'

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of stamped pieces you'll want-for the Lo
for Christmas gift-giving!

NovelIty Animals, , 15
HIot holders witIPa ds, : fr
Dainty Organidie Apronss, 49c
Bibs for Babies, Sac
B~oudoir PI'lows, $1.00 to $,~
TIea Towels, 62,c to i-)c
Linen Guest Thowels, 75c to $1.
Silver Cases, 6. c
Blrid;'e sets, 918c to $Lr-W
Boudoir set, including pillow
thriee-piece vanity set, 01 ,

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SPECIAL PRICE (EIJUCTIO NS 'ON WOMEN'S
COATS, DRESSES, SUITS, MILLINERY

t"UREDCOATS
Careful workmanship, cor rect styling and
richness of fabrics and furs predominate. Fash-
ioried in the straight line, flared or wrapped
silhouettes. Colors-Gr acklhead, wine shades
and the newer tans and b.owns.
ANNIVERSARY PRICE
$49.7 7 $8.50
Formerly Priced from $10 to .$50 More
In the popular shades of carmina, pencil blue,
greens and heather mixtures.
ANNIVERSARY PRICE
14.75S
F'ormierly Priced to $25
After nonad

Distinctive smartness associated only wvith high quality and
good taste are found in this collection of silk dresses.
ANNIVERSARY PRICE
Formerly Priced to $39:75
Qi~ality pells of 'alineO, M~armot, Opposlum, Mu krat,
Caracul, Kid skin, Broadhatil, H-udson Seal, and Raccoon.
ANNIVERSARY PRICE

ENSEMBLE SUITS
The last word in fashions and the finest word
in tailoring and quality. But the best word
is the price.
ANNIVERSARY PRICE
$1395
Formerly Priced to $225
Winter Hats
THURSDAY
A sale of savings! Big savings 'in stunning
new hats for early winter. Satin, Metallic,
Brocaded, Embroidered and Velour Hats in
the various colors and shapes. This is one of
our finest assortments. You'll not want to
miss this sale. They're priced reasonably at
ANNIVERSARY PRICE

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