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Circus Featu
Poster1
All sophomore women

io~ts'PLAN OPSANIZATION OF
Contest
interested in BAIEBL LSE

Affairs Planned STILL RECEIVE
For Ohio Women BLAGDON FUND

:doing art work are asked to submit
posters for the Sophomore circus.
Fosters mnyl1)e Mnded in at the of-
fice ot the dean or women until Nov.

W. C. A. Sponsors t'rogram As Part
Of International Movement
Of Week
HELEN EDWARDS LEADER

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two Winning posters will be placed on
exhibit in the general library. Con-
testants may use any color scheme,
size, or design they wish but all
n~l d t bet lwhg flp-mws "Sonh-

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As a part of the international move- mo .ca r c s D cu. 4.i a n LM,' w atrina
ment of Christian education which is omore Circu"s, ee. 4 and 5, Waterman
beng sponsored by Y. W. C. A. assoc- gym nasium." These will be juded at
lations all over the world this week, a thWosamelime as the posters for the
group of women met under the lead- Women's league. Any women desir-
ership of Helen Edwards, '27, confer- ing to join the contest and who has
snce chairman of the University y. not been reached by members of the'
WV. C.A.rat 4 o'clock yesterday at poster committee, are asked to call
Newberry hall to discuss the world Susan torke, '28, at 21930 between 9'
court. and 11 o'clock at night.
This discussion which is part of the Tryonts for the tumbling, Spanish
Christian world education program and bailet danking have been held
adopted- by the national council of during the lacst week but as yet the
the Student Christian associations cen- casts have not been definitely decided
tered around creating a spirit of un- upon. The members of the costume
derstanding between the people of dif_ committee have been occupied with
ferent nations with a view to familiar- library research work for many of the
izing international problems. costumes and much of the material
Miss Edwards aims to acquaint the has been ordered.
University women'who are interested
in the project with such problems so
that if'"there is a straw vote on the BENEFIT BRIDGE PARTY
campus concerning the world court
they will be able to vote intelligently. To QCGIIfi l
As a part of the same general idea,
emphasizing - world fellowship and 1
Christian education,. the American Completing the round of activities
council of the world alliance for inter- scheduled for the week-end of Thanks-
national friendship through the giving, a Benefit bridge party will be,
churches held their, tenth annual meet-, given for the Women's league, from
ing from Tuesday until Thursday at j3 to 5 o'clock Saturday, Nov. 28, at
the Hotel Statler in Detroit. Miss Martha Cook building. There will be t
Ruth Deemer, general secretary of the (more than 60 tables of bridge.
University Y. W. C. A. attended the Tickets will soon be on sale and it
meeting.1 is planned that'every sorority house
This council is interested solely in will take at least two tables, each
the matter of cementing friendships 'dormitory, six, and each league house
Between nations by means of work'in proportion to its size. The tickets
through the churches, and seeks to are 75 cents.
achieve its purpose through visits of It was decided that the plan of
commissions between the different i progressing would be abandoned. At-
countries, and educational programs I tractive prizes will be awarded the
through speeches, conferences, and high scores of the afternoon, and re-
sermons. freshments will be served in the corri-
dor at Martha Cook.
League To Give ! Plans for the party are in the hands
[of: Evelyn Murray, '27, chairman,
Football Party Jeanette Fullcr,'26, refreshments,
IKathryn Kyer, '28, tables, M~arjorie
Free souvenirs to wear to tomor- JMiller, '27, and Frances Donewind, '27
row's game will be presented to'every tickets, and Marian Welles, '28, pub-
woman who attends the Women's licity.
league football party from 4 to 5:30
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour physical education department will
gymnasium. ~ give several clog dances.
The Women's league orchestra, di-- -
rected by Gwendolyn Wilson, '26, will bet The Daily sell it for you thru
play for dancing. Students from the the Classified columns.--Adv.
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Basketball classes for beginners
will be organized this year at Bar-
bour gymnasium, to furnish instruc-
tion in the game for all women who
have never played at all and who wish,
to learn. Before this year attention
has mostly been concentrated on the
competitive side of basketball, includ-
ing intramural and class tournaments,
but this year instruction for beginners
is scheduled for a period preceding
the toutnaments. Women of all class-
es and schools of the University are
invited to sign up for the course on
the poster whichdwill berplaced on
the bulletin board in Barbour gym-
nasium Monday. Any number of wo-
men can be accommodated, and the
schedule of classes will be arranged
as soon as enrollment in the course is
completed. The season will open Nov.
23, and will continue until just be-
fore Christmas vacation, at which time
a beginners tournament will be held.
I After the vacation intramural and
class basketball practices and tourna-
ments will be held.

CONT RIBUTIONS
Among the various social affairs
planned for the entertainment of wo-
men frImn Ohio State university, who, Contributions are still coming in
will be in Ainn Arbor tt,'s week-end i'or t he Charlotte Alice IBlagdon
reafast to rbe aScholarship fund. At present the
total coies to $275, which has been
nnomning in Pa;'bour gyninasiumn. Any
oa in 11terested in attendi1g the collected from the campus alone.
breakfast is requested to signi up with Plans are being made by Dorothy
the assistant in the physical educa- Cline, '26, to reach the alumnae of
4ion offices in harbour tymnasir, the class of 1925. Requirements for
-nd pay a fee of 35 cents. the scholarship will be deeted upon
at an early date.
SThe women froi Ohio State univer-
ity will be met at the station, and For the first time in 20 years, a
any woman wishing to offer her car woman has registered for civil engi-I
for the purpose may sign up in the neering at the University of Texas.
physical education offices. After the
breakfast there will be games at _____________________
Palmer field betw ci Ohio State uni-
versity women and Michigan women.

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The women of the freshman class
at Kansas Wesleyan p niversity wear
green earrings.
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Dormitory Aids
In Campaign Fund
Increasing noticeably the coffers of
the undergraduate campaign fund,
Betsy harbour house recently gave,
$100 toward the new Women's league
building. Members of the board of
directors of the league appreciate this
gift from the dormitory, as an example
of the co-operation of the organiza-
Lions on campus in the cause of the
Women's league.

The
Stoddard Hair Sop
announces the ar-
rival of a large
assortment of
COVABOBS
for evening wear.

Juniors Win From
Seniors In Hockey
Junior hockey squad defeated the
senior team by a score of 3 to 0,
Monday afternoon on Palmer field. At
the end of the first half the game was
a tie.
In the second game of the afternoon
the freshmen won from the sopho-
mores by 2 to 0. In the game between
the freshman second squad and the
junior second squad the juniors were
the winners,- winning the game by a
score of 4 to 0.
For every article for sale, there is
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.

VIARTHDA Y PARTY
IS THE EVENT
YOU HAVE BEEN
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Of Saline, Marmot, Opposum, Muskrat,
Caracul, Kid Skin, Broadtail, Hudson Seal
and Raccoon.
Anniversary Price
$150 to $450

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This Sill Linegrrie
at Wholesale Prices
$2.50 to $13.95
E+xquisitely dainty silk garments in every
lovely pastel tint. Lace, net and pretty
ribbon trimmings ou will be pleasantly
surprised to find how far a small amount
will go towa rdmaking lovely ling rie yours,
for these are mnark~ed at unusually low
prices liecause of a special lot purchase.
You'll nd( them so satisfactory, too, for
Christmas gifts.
IPerky V;zjamimas
Charming (Cownis
laCc'N'riigmed 'eddl)s
IPaiily Dance gel s
Blip)s :nd BlWoomeirs
(SECOND FLOOR)
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FLANNEL AND JERSEY DRESSES
$1-4.75

SILK DRESSES
$19.75

AFTERNOON AND EVENING
DRESSES
$29.75 and $39.75

KINNEY'S

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Women's Pumps
In the Newest Styles
GALOSHES AND COUTESS
GAITERS
$2.98 - $3.98 - $4.98
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VOL. 1. No. 40. Published Every Friday by Ann Arbor Floral Co.

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Gloves
$2095
Cuffs of Blue, Green, Red, Tan.
A touch of color makes the new gloves
smart, and you will find these the most
delightful accessories to mak- your
wardrobe gay. A bit of perforation.
Bright trimmings on themNoveiyt cuffs
These tall cape shin Ivcws are sovery
moderately priced at $2.15.
(MAIN FLOOR)

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Floral Gifts-

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DETROIT'S SMARTEST BALLROOM
Imitation might be the sincerest form.
of flattery, but all of us like to
hear and dance to

Showing a $69,000 Stock of
Fine Fur Coats
Friday and Saturday
Lowered Prices
Fur Coats which grow sumarter as the winter
"lays increase in number appear here in
uniusual variety-in little jackets, in three-
quart er lengths, or in gorgeous full-length
coats.
To satisfy the demand of customers who
eculd not attend our previous display and
sale of fu s, we have arranged another
xhow todlay and tontow. A large stock
at lowered price, is here for your selection
en a plan of easy payment.

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be sure of delivery an hour or
two after ordering from us.
We hold membership in, the
FLORISTS' TELEGRAPH DE-
LIVERY ASSOCIATION. This is
an organization of about 4,000
of the leading florists of the
United States, Canada, and
abroad, formed for the pur-
pose of making deliveries of
flowers or plants. By means
of the telegraph, orders can be
made to any place within de-
livering possibilities of the or-
ganization.
Your box of flowers, bou-
quet, floral basket, or floral
design of any kind, with your

personal card can be placed in
the hands of your distant friends
with practically the same expe-
dition that we make in deliv-
eries to clients within the local
jurisdiction of our store. You
pay no more than you would
for a local delivery excepting
the cost of a telegram. Let us
consult with you about it. Re-
member your credit is always
good at Ann Arbor's most
beautiful flower store.
TABLE DECORATIONS
The use of the very large Chrys-
anthemum blooms is, of course, gov-
erned by conditions. For side tables
they may be "staged" in vases * or
baskets, and if scant in foliage
sprays of Autumn foliage in colors
to ha-ionize or contrast may be
used with them.
The Pompon and single types
are especially suited to table dec-
orations, and are available in prac-
tically all colors excepting blue.
The Autumn colors, various shades
of red, brown, chestnut, terra cotta,
and yellow predominate, and lend
themselves to all color schemes.

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Marmot
Raccoon
Caracul
Op"suni
Coney Sealine
Beaverette Coney
Golden Muskrat
flark Muskrat
African Otter

Squirrel
Beaver
Sheared Coney
Raccoon Lamb
Jap~anese Alin
Blended Muskrat
Silver Muskrat
Alaskan Seal Skin
Chatagne D'Or Seal

We Are The Telegraph' Florists of Ann Arbor

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