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9 ropose' 1 Minute Advance In Week
Night Rules And Half Hour
Change On Sunday
Th SLEAGUE URGES ATTENTION

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SOPHOM ORE WOMEN TO To Present Cup At
GIVE ANNUAL SPREADf Pan-Hellenic Dinner

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Representatives of the league dis-
cussed the possibility of effecting a
change in closing hours for league and
sorority houses at the last meeting of
the league board of representatives.
The change in hours proposed are as
follows: On week nights, 10:45 in-
stead of 10:30 o'clock, and Sunday
nights 11 instead of 10:30 o'clock. It
is urged very strongly by Evelyn Mur-
ray, '27, president of the Women's
league that every woman on the cam-
pus give the matter personal atten-
tion, as it is up to them individually
whether or not'the change in hours is
effected.
The change is proposed for the ac-,
commodatibn of women who wish to
attend the last performance at the loc-
al picture houses on Sunday night,
and who can not do so with the hours
as they are now.
There are several factors which are
brought to s par upon the "matter how-
ever, one regarding the landladies'

Sophomore women will be hostesses
at the annual Freshman spread to be
given from 3 to 11 o'clock, Friday, Oct.
29, at Barbour gymnasium. Freshman
women from all schools of the Univer-I
sity are especially invited as are all
other entering women. Contrary to
opinion all upperclasswomen of the#
University are invited and it is especi-
ally desired that seniors come. The
party will be informal and the decor-
ations will be those befitting a Hol-
lowe'en party, with black and orange
as the color scheme and also jack
o'lanterns and pumpkins. All kinds
of stunts have been planned and there
will be specialty and feature danc-
ing as well as ballroom dancing.
The following women have consent-
ed to act as patronesses, Mrs. John R.
Effinger, Mrs. Allan B. Whitney, Mrs.
Alfred Lloyd, Mrs. John Van Sickle,
Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss Alice Lloyd,
Miss Grace Richards, Miss Beatrice
Richards, Miss Beatrice Johnson, Miss
Ethel McCormick, Miss Annis Hall,
Miss Ruth Figge, Miss Laurie Camp-
bell, Miss Pauline Hodgson, Miss
Janet Cummings,
viewpoint, who feel that the change
would inconvenience them; another
regarding the women who feel that
they should have the privilege of at-
tending the second performance, and

Approximately 700 members of sor-
orities and their pledges together with
20 guests wil gather at 6 o'clock next
Monday in the Union ballroom for the
annual Pan-Hellenic banquet. The
committee in charge of the affair is
planning a program which will include
as its main feature the presentation
of the sorority scholarship cup.
The cup will go this year to Alpha
Chi Omega sorority, which claims the
honor of holding first place in the
scholarship list. The presentation will
be made by Ira W. Smith, registrar of
the University, who will also deliver
the main address of the evening.
Each sorority will play a part in the
entertainment of the evening, singing
one of its own songs.
The committee heads for th'e ban-
quet are as follows: Virginia Kersey,
'27, general chairman; Elizabeth Nutt,
'28, chairman of : tickets; Margaret
Breer, '28, chairman of entertainment;
Louise Rittenhouse, '27, chairman of
invitations.
lastly, the educational side, whether
this will interfere with the primary ob-
ject of college attendence, studying.
All these factors are to be considered
by every Michigan woman, and the lea-
gue officiali urge that the matter be
given the most earnest attention.

DRAMATIC TRYOUTS N 0 T I C E S
Mummers, dramatic society ,still I ocial danc ng will form the en-
hold tryouts next wreek Monday andi tetainment for the Y. W. C. A. noon
Tuesday, Nov. 1 and 2, from 3 to 5:31 hour program today.
o'clock, in the Newberry au'titorium o IElections for the sophomore circus
Newberry hall. Anyone interested is i -have been postponed. They will take
invited to tryout, especially freshmen, !place Monday, Nov. 1 at 4 o'clock at
although they cannot take part in a Newberry hall.
play during the first semester. In 1Chi Omega announces the pledging
order to try out those interested may of Ifeora Jarecki, '28, and Clara Mitch-
recite a dialogue, a part of a play, give ell, '30.
a reading or anything which will show In the interclass hockey games' yes-
her dramatic ability. terday afternoon the sophomore first
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Tell him you can buy it for less at
The Watch Shop
EDW. A. CLARK
South University near Church St.

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Hallowe'en Novellies
We have a varied assortment of
place cards, invitations, napkins,
table covers, festoons, stream-
ers, horns, etc. In fact, every-
thing for the Hallowe'en party
or dance.

PHONE 8805

Student Supply
1111 S. University

Store
Dial 4744

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PRINTING
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Quality and Service.
The Craft Ty.peshop

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Over Geo. J. Moe's
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A Month-End Dress Sale

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A Timely Opportunity

The social calendar becomes more crowded as the
autumn season progresses, necessitating more and more
that one's wardrobe be varied enough to answer each
demand with a different costume. Many remarkable
values are being offered in this sale that will make it
easy for you to complete your wardrobe at little cost.

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$9. 75
cloth, vrepe and
now $19.75.

Frocks as varied as the moods of Fashion.
Stunning, intriguing lines that give the youth-
ful silhouette. Satin, crepe Romane, covert
flannel. Dresses that were $25.00 and $29.75,

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