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:SU~tNDAY,' OCTOBER' 10, 1M2 LE14TT4CA ~T

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* LEGUETO AID IN
GOINVEENTION PLNE
hlicibcrs Will Entertain Delgatesl
'4,;ioi;tae Clbs October t
19 To 21l
APPOINT COMMITTEES
Asa junio'ir nember of the Feder-I
ation of Women's clubs, the Women's1
league is cooperating with th~ Ann
Arbor women's club and the American.c
Association of University Women, asY
hostesses for the state convention ofc
the Fderation of Women's clubs, tot
be held in Ann Arbor, from Oct. 19 toc
'21. For this reason, since all women
automatically become members of the
league upon their entrance in the Un-
iversity, and hence become jun-f
ior members of the Federation,E
all student women are urged, tot
offer their assistance in welcomingc
and entertaining the guests during
their visit
Sororities and dormitories are being
asked to reserve at least one room for
a guest during the convention, the
tes of'ihiici 'hv* e -a4Nbeen made
own. Any women intrested in co-
,,, grating in,Vntertaining are invited
to a tea, to be given under the a-
spices of other junior members of the
FederatioUOiiSavaii Caswell Angell
hall, 'the afternoon of Thrsday, Oct.
21.
Several committees have been a-
ranged and, chairmen-chosen , for the
purpose of aiding the women about the
campus and adding to their general
comfort. Jean MKaig, '28, as general
chairman of the undergraduate wom-
en has called a meeting of the chair-
men of the various committees for
Monday afternoon. f;The ,commttees
and chairmen are: W~:ages who will
carry messages to any or for any of
the delegates, chairman, Laura Soule,
'28; parlors, Katherine Kelder, '27,
chairman; guides, Jean Greenshields,
Wheeler, '28; exhibits,, Helen Rtuther-
811rd '29i.telephone. and post office,
. Eli1zabeth Crouen, '28. This under-
aduat. ,cotnmittee of chairmen will
geet at'the eecutive" banquet to 'be
heasld Oct. 18 at the Union, with the
eti o mitoplans. d
exectvecmmttetodicus.e
Tours will be conducted every aft-
Ienoon from 4 to 6 o'clock under
ides, for the delegates, and will ter-
inate in the entertainment of the
uests at teas. The Univrsity hos-
ptal is cooperating in this respect,
Ilserving tea-every afternoon for the
Ivisitors. The object of the plan of
urging the cooperation of every league
member is to interest them in the
work the league is doing and to offer
them an opportunity to take an active
part In league activities.
NOTICES f
Intramural hockey games will start
Itomorrow. The first week will be
practice games. The health service
will have doctors at the field house
{every afternoon to give heart and
lung examinations to all women who
have not yet been examined.
Intramural managers will meet at
4 o'clock tomorrow 'in the parlors of
Barbour gymnasium. It will be ne-
essary that everyone °be present.' If
any of the teams are playing, mana-
gers must call Louise Cooley, 29,
7817.
Patronize Daily Avertser.

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CAMPUS ACTIVITY IS, GM SCHEDULE
TOPIC OF DISCUSSIONI FOR IN TRAMURP
From 4 until 6 o'clock tomorrow, PLAY A N U C
the Y. WX. C. A. 'will hold its secon I D r ~awxs lhave been completed for
association day of the year in ?dew'- intramural hockey tou rnamnent
berry hall. The "Ho0w and Why of play will begin ait 4:30 o'clock to:
Campus Activity" will be the topic toj row. The tournament this year
be discussed by the various interestedl be conducted under the league
groups of the meeting. Noc only similar to the basketball tournar
freshmen, but upperclass wornen as of last year. each team will pla
well will find something of value i least four games. The schedule
the discussion since an attempt will{ the entire week is as follows:
be made to give the 'women some basis League 1, Monday, 4 :30 o'cl
by which to judlge which activity will Gamma Ph'i Beta vs. Kappa A
be the most beneficial to theum, the Theta; Alpha Clhi Omega 'vs. K
one that will answer their p~articular Kappa Gamma. League 2, Wedne:
needs. Neat week the subjec to '-e' 4 o'clock, Alpha Gamma Delta
considered will be "W1hat part should Chii Omega; Kappa Delta vs. Zeta
the Y. W. C. A. play ini the lire o a Alpha. League 3, Wednesday
college woman, and how does it fit in o'clock, i Beta Phi vs. zone w~
amon~g the other activities of campus will be announced later. Delta
life?"' will play Delta Gamma.

11Women Of Graduate
kD !School rio Orranize
rthe All women enrolled in the Gr'aduateo
and Il School and those with a Bachelor's de-
)mor' gee romi a rec'ognized coliege are in-
ilplanvie to attend1( a meeting at 4 o'clock
.eat Tuesday at the Y. r1%. C. A. coffee
ay at c oom. The purpose of the rmce, m
efor is to organize a club that will fuii ish
aineanus wher'eby the graduate women
lock of the different deparments of the
piha U niversity may become bettoi' ac-
Qa L ffitedl with one another and(1withi
, the work in the dliffereint dIepart-

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The first 15 minutes of each meet.-1 League 4, Friday, 4:30, Adelia Chee-
ing will be devoted to a purely social ver vs. Phi Gamima Mu, Alumnae
gathering, at which some member cif house and Zone combined vs. Theta
the Y. W. Advisory board will act Phi Alpha. League 5, Saturday 9:30
as chaperone. Mrs. Clarence CookI o'clock, Alpha Phi vs. Helen New-
ittle will ,spor'soi' tonmorrow~'s metet- berry, Martha Cook vs. zone. League
inn if, Saturday 10 :30 o'clock, Betsy Bar-
bour vs. Alpha Xi Delta, Delta Delta
Subscribe for the Mlichigani Daily. Delta vs. Zone.
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ments. It is desire ( that repn'eseita-
t ives from every school on. the cam-s
pus, medicine, dentist ry, law, as well
as from every deparitment of the
Graduate school will be present.
All women who feel that t here is a
need of such an org':iiza t ion can the
c'anmpus are asked to attend1 the Ineet-
iug and brie,- any plans which theyF
care to have ('onsiered. A fter1'the1!
business discussion there will be ani
informal soc'ial period and refresh-
ments will be served.
Pen makersE
By this time everyone
knows thatI
Rider's Pen hop
gives pen serviceG
not found elsewhere.
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