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Champions lo Be Decided From Teams"
Who Have Won or Tied Two
Games of Three

First round of the elimination
games of the intramural hockey tour-
nament began yesterday and will con-
tinue throughout this week. This is
the second round of tournament play
and all teams who are entered have
played three preliminary games and
have either won or tied two of these
Alpha Phi playing their first elimi-
nation game yesterday won by a score,
of 1-0 from the Kappa Kappa Gamma.
team. There was no outstanding play-
ing but good passing and cooperative
playing among the members of the
Alpha Phi team resulted in the win--
ning score.
Kappa Alpha Theta defaulted to the
Martha Cook team which eliminates,
them frofn the tournament and puts
Martha Cook into the final tourna-
ment games.
With both teams playing good
hockey the game between Helen New-
berry Residence and Kappa Delta yes-
terday afternoon resulted in a score
of 1 to 1. The goal made by the Mar-
garet McNally, '27, of the Kappa Deltaf
team in the first few minutes of play
was immediately off-set by a similar
feat by Margaret Smith, '27, of the
opposing side. Margaret Bush, '30,
left inside on the Newberry team,
played excellently and Elsie Town-I
send, grad, of Kappa Delta did the
best work in the position of centerI
half that has yet been shown in in-{
tramural games.
Maintaining a 0 to 0 score through-
out the first half and part of the see-
ond, the Pi Beta Phi team finally suc-
ceeded in making a goal which made
them victors over Chi Omega. Natalie
Vincenti, '29, Helen Searight, '27,
Eleanor Verdier, '27Ed, and Gertrude
Gulick, '27, of the winning team were
,out-standing playershand Margaret
Sibley, 28, of the Chi Omega tcamn
played a consistent game.
There has been a change in the
schedule for the intramural hockey
tournament. The games which were
to have been played tomorrow will be
played Friday, Nov. 12. The new,
schedule is as follows. Friday, 4
o'clock Delta Gamma vs. Delta Delta,
Delta, AdeliaCheever vs Alpha Gai-
ma Delta. At 4:30 o'clock Betsy Bar-
bour vs Phi Gamma Mu, Alpha Chi
Omega vs Zone '6. The winners of
the games played yesterday will play

Urging the support of the students 1
of the University for "Joan of Arc"
with Madame Clara Clemens which is
coming tomorrow at Hill auditorium,
Mrs. W. D. Henderson, executive sec-
retary of the Alumnae council, has
sent the following letter to all organiz-
ed houses on the campus:
Attention Friends of the League:
On Wednesday evening, Nov. 10, at
8 o'clock, in Hill auditorium, Ann'
Arbor people will have the privilege
of seeing a most unusual intepretation
of Mark Twain's "Joan of Arc" by his
daughter, Madame Clara Clemens, sup-
I ported by a noted company of actors.
The Michigan women of Ann Arbor
are presenting this dramatic interpre-
tation in order to redeem the heavy
pledge which they have made to the
League fund. I am making a special
appeal at this time asking that this
every remarkable performance receive
the support of all citizens of Ann Ar-
bor. We have the opportunity of clear-
ing more than $3,000 for the league,I
providing we can fill Hill auditorium.
Madame Clemens is giving us very un-
usual terms because she herself is so
k n 1v in terestI dn theT mi a b ild-

Bazaar Samples Are PROPOSED WOMEN'
Due For InspectionO
As a realization of the dreams and
ideals of the founders of the Women's
houses, making articles for the Wo- league, comes the new building which!
ihmenseakueinazaaarte asktedWo-now seems so near. According to
men's league bazaar, are asked to Mrs. E. S. Carhart, of California, itj
nagsium between the hourg of 3 and 5 embodies in its design, in its facilities i
o'clock Thursday. Bernice Staebler, for women the fondest hopes of that
'28, chairman of the articles commit- original group of Michigan women whoj
tee will be there at thatrtime to check conceived the idea of an organization
over the articles and to see that they for women on this campus.,
are what was recommended and that "I cannot say to which of us the vis-'
the workmanship is such as is desired. ion came first which you are realizing
Plans are progressing for the tea . today-it came from our love and as-
room which is to be conducted this piration for our girls-our desire that
year by members of the Pi Beta Phi they should blossom into noble wo-
sorority. As far as is known the den- manhood with' cultured abilities to
orations will be in accordance with the serve and to help," writes Mrs. Car-
idea of a "country fair," which will be hart the mother of one of the first
carried out throughout the bazaar. women interested in the welfare of
The tea room will be situated this women students at Michigan, Margar-
year in the corrective rosotatf Bar- et S. Carhart. It was through the ef-
your gymnasium and not upstairs as forts of a number of faculty wives that
in former years. It will be open for the actual organization took place,
lunch from 11:30 to 1:30 o'clock; for but according to Mrs. Byron Cheever,,
ntea from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock and for in whose house the first meetings tookj
dinner from 5:33 to 7 o'clock. Reser- place, the original conception of a1
vations may be made for any of these Women's league at Michigan camel
times by calling Frances O'Brien, '28, from Dr. Robert Angell, sympathetic
at the Pi Beta Phinhouse, and interested as he was in the life of
the women here in his efforts to pre-

Concerning Mrs. Sarah Gayley
Brown, Mrs. Carhart writes, "She gave
royal gifts, insight, sympathy, appre-;
ciation, admonition inspiration, the ex-
ample of a simple, noble, Christ-like'
life-and gave them royally." The lifej
of Michigan women was iound to be-
come fuller and richer. Her influence
on the women in school at that time
was vast. She was interested in them
and was anxious to see them justify
their entrance into a men's university.
The first meeting of the board of
directors of the Women's league met
in 1891 and was composed of a repre-
sentative from each sorority on the
campus and an equal number of inde-
pendent girls. Ethel Fountain was el-
ected president and the sole purpose
of this group was to act as an advisoryE
committee to entering women as there
had been nothing to make them feel at
home before this time. It was the
Big Sister idea that started the league
the ambition to make all Michigan
women feel at home and a part of the
Embodying the idealism of a beau-
tiful building for women, the poster
made by Virginia Ried, '29, was judged
first, in the contest which was sponsor-
ed by the life membership committee of
I the Women's league. The winning
poster will appear on exhibition soon.

There will be no meeting of Theta
Sigma Phi tonight.
All women who are interested in
taking the club leadership course of-
fered by the Y. W. C. A. are asked to
handin their names at Newberry hall
as soon as possible.
There will be a meeting of all Uni-
versity women who have had any pre-
vious experience in rifle shooting at
the Rifle range, room 330, Engineering
building at 4 o'clock tomorrow.
There will be a meeting of Orchesis
tomorrow at 8 o'clock.
Elective dancing classes will meet
today at Barbour gymnasium.
There will be a meetng of all ath-
letic managers at 4:15 o'clock tomor-
row in the parlors of Barbour gymnas-
ium. Plans for the intramural swim-
ming meet will be discussed. Aileen
E Miller, W. A. A. swimming manager
will talk to the group. Any who can-
not be present should send a repre-
Alpha Gamma Delta announces the
pledging of Marian Hendricks, '30,
and Elizabeth House, '30.
Sigma Kappa announces the pledg-
ing of Annette Christiansen, '28 anti
Oriole Endelman, '29.
Kappa Delta announces the pledg-
ing of Florence Maple, '30.
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Mrs. Ernest Thompson-Seton
Two women accompanied the Field
museum expedition into the wilds of
South America last spring. Only one
returned with the expedition. Mrs.
Marshall Field, Jr., was the one who
returned and Mrs. Ernest Thompson-
Seton, naturalist, big game hunter
and author was the missing woman.
Mrs. Seton left the expedition in mid-
August and organizing a party of na-
tive guides and bearers spent more
than four weeks in exploring the wild-
ernesses of Paraguay and the remaim
cf, the ancient Inca civilization in
Chile, Bolivia, and Peru returning with
many rare trophies to add to her col-


Kenl y nu eW In We zecgU gUeU1
ing. I personally ask for your sup-
port but do it because of the very un-
usual entertainment which will be in
our city at that time.
Very sincerely your,
Mrs. '. D. Henderson,
Executive Secretary.
Miss Mildred Drescher and Miss
Ella Hanawalt wll speak before the
Women's Educatonal club at 7:30 o'-
clock tonight in the library of the Un-
iversity high school.
There will be a jneeting of all the
committee chairmen for the League
Bazaar, at 4:00 o'clock, Monday in
Barbour gymnasium.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.

Dancing Classes Are'
Named By W. A. A.
Opportunities are being offered to all
junior women who are anticipating
trying out for the Junior Girls' play
by the beginning of advanced clogging
and acrobatic dancing classes which
are being sponsored by the W. A. A.
{ These classes are purely electives
and will start at 5 o'clock today. Miss
Pauline 1-lodgson, of the physical edu-
cation department will instruct.
Delta Delta Delta announces the
pledging of Kathryn Butler, '30, of
Bloomfield, and Doris Renkenburger,
1'30, of Youngstown, O.
Delta Omicron musical sorority, an-
I nounces the pledging of Irma Chris-
tianson, '30, of-Coral, Mich.

vent them from committing what he
called unconscious indiscretions, small
acts which would have been acceptable
in girls schools but which submitted
them to the ridicule of the men here."
Appreciating the same conditions
which Dr. Angell saw, a group of jun-
ior and senior women met in June,
1890, with a number of women from
the faculty to devise some means of
bettering the condition of the women
students. Among those present at this
organization meeting were Mrs. E. S.
Carhart, Mrs. Robert Angell, Mrs. By-
ron Cheever, Mrs. Sarah Gayley
Brown, Mrs. Pette, Miss Marie Butler,
Miss Myra Beech who is now Mrs.
Myra B. Jordan and her sister, Miss
I Ethel Fountain first president of the

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Saturday morning Nov. 13 at 10
o'clock. The winners of the games
played Friday will play their second
round of elimination games at 4
Io 'clock Monday, Nov. 15.
Adoption of a baby boy was the en-
thusiastic suggestion of co-eds at
Lake Forest university as a project in
their domestic science study. When{
the question came to a vote, a tie
developed andcMiss Christine Payne,
the instructor, decided the vote with
a negative ballot.
MADRID - Spanish industrialists
and the government are negotiating
with Harvey Firestone for 30,000 acres
for a rubber plantation in Rio Muni.

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league, and Miss Louise Randolph who
later became the second president of
the league.
Free Manicure
Wtih every
Shampoo and Marcel
Shampoo and Water Wave
Tuesday, Nov. 9-10-11
Beauty Shoppe
Dial 7171
(Opposite nickels Arcade)
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"Come Over, All of You"
We might have been exceeding dignified
and formal. But we chose to coax a
visit in this informal way: "Come Over,
All of You."
There's a tingle of warmth in the
message and a world of sincerity, too.
We do want you to visit during this
season-if only to be impressed with the
hominess of the place. You may take
away with you this thought; It's more
like a gracious home than a shop full of
merchandise. Then we'll be gratified,!
124 South Main St.


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