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SUNDAY, QCT()rLl 4f, #' ''

SNAOTBR4125THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG FVn~ i

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WOMEN WILL HEAR
PRESIDENT LITTL

IWomnen's Athletic Association,

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Will Open Membership Drive Study Children
SAt London Clinic
Format ion of valuable friendships, 4will grow in,.o a real hobby, that
and~ the d~evelopmen~t of skills; whichI hobby to be a friend for life. I.S.Mloyhrne
wilpoielatn aifato r In playing on an athletic team theC lsI.:.aloy cre oil
willproidelasing atifacionarestudleits get to know each other in a ! hrector of the state jisychlptic hos-
! anon;~ the most important (-;f thejway thtat is not possible in the class- ital, is to stir ly in Dr. It. Cricht 'n
easonzs why e 1 ry in ,.versity Wo- room. The pressure of a competitive M~iller's clinic ill I. lndrn. 1I :. Ml
nian sh ,mid tale out nenmbership in !game is implortant: also in character' lvry sailed Au g. 1-5 with ll rot. 11I C.
liedng Mvo nsAhe ea-Ma llory of tuie rhC'to0 tC (epartiint
1 ''Some students believe that it is and their :>on Lcal. They :Ge , johied

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err. .iPAfl e And, <,itle Will Be ;
DATE SSIT FOR OCT.14t
"'An i rimethate c( h mc e of pcrsonal I
toutch with the presi;,lent of the: uni-
ver!ity andl his wife is being given(t
the women of the T'niversity of Michi-<
gan," stated tMiss Jean iI antiIt on,
dean of wom-eninntriling the wo-II
raen toy hear Prcsidcnt Clarence Cookt
Little at 7;:lf: ook .Wednesday,
Oct. 14 in the assembly hail of the;
-Union.
"Laclking a building of their own
Michigan wom-en have secured the
most charinig setting they can for
an ccasion like this by renting the
ball raonm at the Union for an infor-
mal reception preceded b)y a speech
by the President.
"President Little comes to us",
commented Miss Hamilton, "from a
background of a mens college, inlto
the presidency of a co-edlucational col-
lege. ie comes expressin g his tre-
miendous interest in 'co-education and
his realization of, the imnportance or
the women's side of co-education, and
he is gland to take this opportunity of
presentirng to Michigan women, his
views of what they can contribute to
. ?vichigan life and icihigan famen." 4
According to Miss 1Iamilt on, 1his
brief speech will be followed by a
reception where everyone present can L
personally meet the P'resident and
heis wife. Likewise they will he able
to meet Decan and Mrs. Effinger, D~eant
and Mrs. witniey, selected as being
the heads of the two schools on cam-t
pus1 where most of the women are
students, ]')can Hamilton will also be1
present in the receivinga line.I
Dean Entertains
League Commiittee ,
iMiss Jean' h1amilton, (leaniof Wo-
men, will entertain the social co-
mittee of the League at supper at
5:30 o'clock Monday evening at herI
jiome on 923 Olivia Ave. The guests i
-will include: Katherine Keldar, '27,1
chairman; Mary White, '28, assistant;c
Esther Tuttle, '27; Dorothy Currie,1
'27; Katherine Johnson, '27; Jose-,
phline Clark, '26; Katherine Ferguj
son, '28; Mary Van Duerzen, '28, ant i
H~elen RIamsay, '26. 1

Sorority Planst
Benefit Dance
'rie women of Kappa Alpha 'Theta
are giving a dlance for the benefit of
1the Leatgue at their chapter hous~eI ti
Fl ight Oct. 1t) after the Indianm game.
The bO~ have.scue a fine or-
c( ~ ;st a and alttra ctive ret r(, ,i i 01is1
ar 1' ' pl'~1 ta nled. I ecora I ions x
in the House and oil taei lawn w iii be
I a uteruis.
lthbugh the party is, given Inder
th direction of the undergraduate
e arnlpaigu conlumiti c, it is not. a La-
gue party. Everyone is invitedl to at-
ten and(81( special attent ion xwill be giv-
n ot f twnguetswho may be in
An11 Arbor for the game. ic ing
'vwill be on the "t a xi"'',pan alld tick-
ets may be obtt am ed e c.;yIn 21the
wveep at the Kappa Alpha t'h ia
house or at the door.

All (hiasses in required phyNsical ed- sxinnnaing test or not. The first in-
necat ion are being; held on a lmner; strii(1 ions will be given at 4:15 o'clock
fieldl. ';tudents wh 1o haxve not report - 1 at the canoe livery. Those who have
til to their as Id sections must do not taken the test will be given an op-
so this week.j portunity to do so at a later date.
All woinnul wo , I for th.1 Monl- M4ONTEVIDEO, Uruguay, Oct. 3.--
clay and Wednesday sect ion in canoeo- _Seni-official advices confirm reports
ing slioiill report at 4 ("t lock (Ion n-I of an uprising in the southern part
row, at B3ar1ocr P gymasufxiiihr of the state of Rio Grande Dosi,
h,1,. yhave tkn In rPimnr razil.

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phyr;i;(al education department. T he i in order to play on teams, but this and have been
d,,ivae for memcibership will open to-1 is a selfish point of view. If they are I month in Faris.
11mrow 11v1or"ning under the directionj sufficiently interested to play them- i~is alr
of D~orothy (ighorn, '26, the chairman, 1 selves they should be willing to CO-, tunate to be «'
,and wili endI Friday. op~erate with their team mates in de-! since it is the-
"Werc are trying to get the women veloping sports for all. The women in the world.
to see wvhat they are missing if they are not yet making use to the fullest' children are
do not. join the association," saidl Miss extent of the equipment offered here, Stammering, st.
iPafter son. "College presents an op-; and of the expert coaching which is ;and minor miss
portunity t hiat they will never have available. quently treated
agaim:. If tL'. y do not now (develop( "The association requires very lit- y ear andl it is
ace iMllin at least one sport they tie time outside of the playing and to change thee
eaido it, later only by joining ex- even here the amount of time is op- ly. The clinic
v uciv lis. Also it is true that the, tional. We want to see every Michi- some agency
older one gets, the harder it is to ac-' gan woman a member of the W. A. home care so ti
usual kilanllako kllmte av htly results in lack of, interest. The results of the drive will be from home prol
W Fe all like to do those things in posted daily on a thermometer post- Mrs. Mallory
vwh(ihwe exce'l; every adult should er in the corridor of h~arbou.r gym- in Child Conse
lbo eqipped xith some activity which nasium. served as nreshd

Cy nthia -Mallory, '2,
spending the patst.
considlers hierself for-
oerling at the clinic
only one of its Zind
Conduct.lproblems of
studied and Itreated.
Baling, lying, truancy.
demeanors arc fre-
tfor six mnonths or a

Darling Sue.
I've had the most thrilling time-there
'Wasn't a minute for wiriting ypou a w~ord
an ) sooner.
We just camne bacle from Long Island!
We we're at Forcst HDills for the tennis

nuvionmnt cm~lte-givent to the Women's League fond b fr
get intouh x Phthe new building. It isa , n easy , l,s
which can undertake
--~ ant way to 3111 the 1 ,caguo an goo

w opportunity of relief
blenms.
was an active leader
rvation Leagu'o and
lent of the State Child
league for the past.

mnnsic, attractive sturround i a ganjd ai
peppy stag line promises tto i'n ist, a
g ood lance.

Conservation Lc

INOEN LEADERS TO BE
PRESENTED AT MEETINGI
Chan ge in the method of introdu-
cing campius activities to entering wo-
mo ll~ hvi e madte by MViss Jean 11am-
ilton, dean of women, at her lectures
at 7 :3 o0 'clock Tuesday evening and
4:15 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
Following is the list of representa-
tives to lbe present: Norma Bicknell,

W.01A, TEA ROOM OPNS two omoyear_______
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Next week the W. A. A. tea room Exhibition dancing is to be one of
opens in the basement of Barbour the features of a (lance planned by the
gymnasium. Margaret Purdy, '26, is women of Martha Cook dormitory, to
te given after the Indiana game. A
the anaer.Evey afernon romcolor scheme of yellow and blue will
3 to G o'clock sandwiches, tea, cakes, be carried out in the decorations, and J
andi candy will be served, and in ad- Leon Snyder's orchestra will furnish
dition sandwiches will also be on sale the music for dancing. Ai ooher lance
at Palmer field house during all prac-t has been scheduled for after the Min-

The first reb en val for A-asques'
play will be held vt 4 o'clock fay
row in Sarah Casvwoll Angell hail.
0b~ first meeting of the representa-
tives of the Worn en's Leag ue and the
reps esent aliVes of the churches for
the combined bazaar coinnittee will
be heilat; 4 o'clock Wednesday after-
noon1 at the home of Mrs. WV. D. I loin I-
erson, 1001 Forest avenue.!
The first meeting of Senior soviet y
will be held at 7 o'clock on Monday
at Ifelen Newberry residience.

V"' let "*"'1"' g~uI' lLII u VV'LI tices and games.
son, '26, Y. W. C. A.; Myra Finster-
wald, '27, W. A. A.; Elizabeth Strauss, The tea-room is most attractively
26, Player's Club; Irene Field, '27, decorated. The walls of the room are
J]unior Girl's Play; Elizabeth Van1 white, while the furniture and cre-
V aulkenburgh, '26, Portia; Dorothy tonne curtains carry out the color
K~line, '27, Athena; Helen Ramsay, '26,1 scheme of blue and gold. The table,
Daily and Theta Sigma; Arline Ewing, bad tops are painted to represent check-
'26, Micliganensian; Helen Whipple, ebad with blue and gold squares.
'~.Black Quill; Loretta Cooper, '26,1A checker tournament is planned for I
moleCu; tlanubr,'2,Cs later in the year, and there is a pos-
mnopolitan club. I sibility that prizes will be awarded
The speakers of the evening willtohewnrs
be: Miss Hamilton and Norma Bick-'I There will be a number of wvomen.
cell, '26, president of the 'Women'sI needed to assist in running the tea-
League, for the executive interest in'I room. Those who are interested in
campus work; Miss Ruth Deemer, re- winning campus activity points by this
ligious; Dr.' Margaret Bell, athletics; mleans are asked to call Margaret
Amy Loomis, dramatics; Mr. L. J. Purdy at 7 717 imnmediately.
Campbell, literary interests; Mrs. A.
1:. Moore, Cosmopolitan club and re- a 1 W n J et Ads
presentative for debating and music. Rea t e v n .-a

nesota game.
Among the other social events plan
ned by the Martha ('ool: wolmen isis a
dinner to be given Thursday, Oct. 8,
in honor of President Clarence Cookp
Little, Mrs. 1Little, and~ family. A I
Hallowe'en fancy dress party, to be
held Oct. 31, a faculty tea for Nov.
8, and a house bridge tournament to
le held soon, comnplot _x Martha ('oak's:;
present social pro,- ,,in.
Read the Classified Page-It pays.

First rounds inl tennis should Ie
played off as soon as possible. 171e
schedule of oppnonenmts is postedi in
Par1lour Vgymn asiumn.'
Archery ?practice will be held at 4 o'-'
clock tomnorrowv, inl Palmecr field. All
students lot!tcrested inl trying omit for
a team should report.

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19)9th rTinge
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Its the mrode of the moment
Sand wve are capable of bob-
~bing or marcelling yours in .
the most accepted and pop-
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T he DIMATL
BEAUTY SHOP
349 South State St.
Dial 8878
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Are You Going To Detroit?
T[hen Arrange to Pay a Visit to the New
nnui~u rnTI~r l~rT~rThe Citys Nws
~IN~K~K~I~i LI~u~rAnd Most Beautiful
E RII T- LAFAYETTE Downtown thestre
(j ruer i 4Ui3 cte nBal Shelby-'Opposite Post oficee
W1here the )Messrs. Shiubert Are Presenting

ANNE NICHOLS' MAGNETIC

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220,000 Have Already Seen It

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SEATS NOW

ON SALEV FOR
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NEXT WEEK

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Bost Ica ut iful and1( Spetactilar Operetta E i r Produced _-
1.>tl-I1'111 A IYONDEIWUIL SINGING AN) ACT.ING C'AST-150
The Flimous_"Stdent" Chorus 60 Symphony Orchestra 35
l~ook Q11141 Lyriks-by Ilusic by Sta ged by
D~orothy vDon nelly Siri m ~ o oberg, Mr. 1. C. Ittffnii

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Izclntt bitlntler IYersonal lDirection of 3111. J. J. SH11U Ell/
r'KICFtS: I{venings 50c to $3. Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.50. Z hors. Mat. 50c to $2
t:l NIGHITS IN NEW ,YORK-7 SO~L)D MON'I'HS IN CHICAGO
T~ote: r iillj5play NV'll Be Seen ini No Othier City in Michilgant

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GUNS OF ALL KINDS
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loieliitf............................. .5 to $50
DUXACK HUNTING CLOTHING
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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ......... ..........$.>0
Cap: ........................................$1.i5 and $ ..00
Clan C (. ......................................$1.25 and $2.25
IM AMiE) SIIELILS AND) OynTHER hNTING SU'PPLIES
OF 'ALL KINDS
lo. C. Fischer Company

4' QUALITY.0
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YFootball Fashions
On the field, it's football. In the
bleachers, it's fashion. Clothes are
all-important - and one's wardrobe
must be crowded'.-~something fresh
always ready to replace the worn one.
For football's jaunty and debonair
fashions, see those displayed at Hut-
zel's.
As a good luck token, the only
thing more efficacious than a rabbit's
foot is a cunning little white teddy
Lear (50c) or a saucily grimacing
tin monkey (75c) all bedecked in
loyal ribbons.

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