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[tD[ 01PTflRAILl Alpha Phi Defeats IANONECOMMITTEE Dean Lo6vd Speaks
d m ~ wAdelias heever !Girls FRPNILEI ALI On Ad \anced Studyr
a yVt Social supremacy will rest with the -
~ t L1LFY& . l Despite the fast :playing. of Sylvia women of the University on the night! "There are tor steps necessary ini
,Baird, '28Ed, Adella' Cheever house, of Friday Nov. 26, when the thirdl an-';nd1eC'1 aiing any piece of graduate
was defeated yesterday afternoon in'nual Pan-Hellenic ball will be given wk" (eldDa.Afe 1 ly
kjt &t Aite~ Willi e~ed nPetroit, the hockey game by the Alpha. Phi by the local inter-sorority association.. or,"elaeraduate cholfrted membery
(ty fteGauaeA're ,# WI1 Pay team, by a score of 4 to 1. Frances; The function has become traditional,1 of theradate Wcomltoens emlbere-
.eIL d_ nae9Dunnewind, ,'27E4,. was responsible and is the only large social affair of 1
Sfor three goals and 'Helen Ruther- ; he year which is sponsored by the wo- he re irtadel ners
OUS r E'V ford, '28P, for one goal for Alpha Phi, J men, exclusively. culminat ing in a purpose ; second
'LAST h and elen rave,'29, ne fr Adeia j ~mitte heas mabroadlnsvfewbrod treieworkthtoor beo under-r
'adHln rae29onfoAeajC'Imitehasmkn ln fork nthrd la humian interest in the
IL For Avet'al yMks the Student Y* . CevrheblWr.anucdasflos subject; and fourth a desire to (10
1Yiiadsoordec. The. lineup was as follows: !gnrlcaraMraetFn,!raiewr..
.,A.ha leuaderponsor d eahMcaChee'ver Alpha Phl '28A; tickets, Barbara Patten, '28; D Iea:n and 'Ars. Lloyd were guests
prer, v lub ledr training ~Macauley ...:C.F.... F.Dunnewind favors, Louise Rittenhouse, '27; re- ;of' hon or of t he Graduate WVomen's
Q s.Tots year, the city Y. W. and H. Krave......:L:I... H. Rutherford" freshments, Betty Russell, '27Ed.; fi- ; cnub at an afternoon tea and recep-
$lde~t org~Izatlon are co-oper- J. Smith......R.I....... B. Arnold nance, Margaret Brier, '8;, chap-to atiahaCkBulngTu-
41~~ M Holden ...L.W..M. Hawkins erones, Francis O'Brien, '27; decor-!day, when Dean L.loyd O dressecd the
n 1h0f p$ths. i lMr.E S. Baird........ R.W...H. Richards ations, Mary Greenshields, '27Ed. ;1 club li e showed his enthusiasm for
R s' of the $fty aso~iatfOn wl b F. Looney..... L.H...... J. Trembly publicity, Marian Welles, '28. the new organization, and expressed
41.. 4 e of the~ details of the pro- ; C. Steen....... R.H....... Liburg spcadinrwlbeevdfomthetathelu would continue
t C. Shaw a.......L.F.......Jordan A seildnrwllbsrvdf o ogrow and to succeed.
" L~~.ii f h orew~ J. Fox......... R.F........... '11:30, until 1 o'clock today at the Y. Miss Grace Richards spoke a w~ord
Sa8tu4rday Nov. 13 in Detroit, C. Fox......G...........W. C. A. Coffee room because of the oflwcoeo to the club in behalf of
Su~e talplu$ conference of the Zone 7 forfeited to Phi Gamma Mu fotalae
pu da council for girl re- and Zone 11 to Theta Phi Alpha yes- i (\io 1wm r ~m
Lyft er w11 take place. The terday. The game between Chi ____________________________________
lwilling to pay the travel Omega and Delta Delta Delta resulted
OfwaOldregistrationi fee of, in a 1-1- tie.
yo_ 4,*ho are4nterested4________
lt 11 o ai d . would like to attend e . n r t n, h se w
Inrtrteew- 'fuCAMPAGNREPORT b. \Vtdt~olo h inning Football
In 6rof ti e.cours, andleach girl' With results of the .findl day of. le
, ! r pif called upon. fourday campaign not yetdermn,
'p4 l~ f i ees~he total contributions in the Y. W. C. a
tp i-e1,ht a' week. Les- A. finance drive amounted yesterday Fs i n
vei ir' <~enon clul.-program 'to $1,449.70. The goal of the campaign
#p sndicrafts, recreation and'is, $2,000. In Thursday's soliciting, the
team led by Janet Upjohn '29 was -.Are those which are warm as weli as verN smart.
ahead. The contrilbitions of that day
1+ ~f# forto, N111a4Daily,. were $366.95.

N 0T IC E S ;>leni this morning. Women's club will be a reception and.
Betsy Barbour houise will play Al- dlance at the Michigan Union at 8:30
An extended 'W\. A. A. hikde w~ill takeil t a 'lc' hsllci'i 'clock Thursday, Nov^. i. Members
tomorow moning in their regular intramural hock- j andi their husbands are cordially in-
llace tmro mriga ' h;ey tournament game.vie.Tee ilbetlsfothe
time any IUniversity woman by partic- The following intramural hockey who wis, hertowply cadsfAdmiso
ipating may earn 'W. A. A. honor lpoift ~ci lltbsplyedtodaatw10o'- wil eb iceto nlyca. Anoppon
to be 'extendedl toward active mein-
lierhip n u ''''lin. EI (lock: Betsy Barbour vs. Zone 8, Ps- I ity will be given to pay dues at the
men wishing to g nti hk etCher Lockland; and Alpha Xi Delta vs. (door that evening. Dues mayasob
at 8:30 o'clock at Barbour gymnasium. Z one 15, Mary McDonald. These are; sent to Mrs. E, H. Leslie, TPrayer road,
Belle Siegel will lead the hlike, forI the last of the preliminary games. city.
further information call her, 8913 The elimination games will begin Mon-
rI.hose hockey teams who did unot Ia.Tetn iaeo tesao Matinee Musicale, will have a closed
play off their .initramural gaeslatwili be onl Friday, Nov. 19.
1 xody ease o a ewll laystheewl;e etn f h hi-meeting for active and patron memn-
Monday ecauseof rain wilmenla 1thewl eauetazar omtteesar-ers at 8 o'clock Monday, Nov. 8, at
men f te lagu bazar ommttes the studio of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Maier,
Buck presided* at the affair in the ab- I at 4 o'clock on Monday in Barbour 929 Olivia avenue.' Members can send,
sence of Miss Elizabeth Wilson, prey- I gymnasium. their dues to Mrs. E. W. Dow, 554
idient of the club. The nen.t meeting of the Faculty Thompson street.

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Hats of Felt or Velour ........... $5.00 to $10.00
Coats in Sportsy Plaids .... ,...... $35.00 to $95.00
A Sure Winner-The Fur Coat.. .$175.00 to $325.00
Wool and Jersey Dresses ......... $10.50 to $29.50
Leather Sports Jackets.......... $15.00 to $25.00
Tomboy Skirts and Sweaters........ $5.95-$5.50
Black Wool Bloomers .................... $2.95
Lined Gloves for Comfort.......... $3.50 to $10.00
Wool Hose for Fullest Protection ... . $1.75 to $4.50
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for the November
Coat Sale
Your money its always well invested in a
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during our November Sale. These new coats
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Whatever type you want, a swagger, rag-
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