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FRIDAY, NOVEMI3ER 12, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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JUI IUfo MU o L~Ufl i SUPPORTATHLETICS
To use the mind intelligently,
a sound well-trained body is one
of the essentials. To support
athletics iby participation and by
Fresunei Succumb to J rs b attendanceat contests is an ob-
' Pesina nccz11l l Julos y ioswyf bringing about such
Score of 3-1; One Goal training. Not all students, how-
Defeats Sophomores ever, possess the skill to par-
ticipate, or the time to attend all
T HIRD WsAR CLASS LEADS games. Every girl, however,
should be able to join the Wom-
Upholding their record of no de- n's Athletic Association as a
feats the junior r class hockey am member and should use this as
feat thejunor cass ocky tem 1the first step toward a more in-
again played the freshmen yesterday
afternoon and beat them by a 3-1 telligent support of a most im-
score. To the end of the first half portant student activity.
the freshmen had an excellent chanceC . Little.
of winning the game, the junior for-_
ward line looked weak and they had
done no scoring but at the beginningf Playing the last quarter under th(
of the second round of play the jun- handicap of almost total darkness th(
iors fought as they have fought in senior class hockey team was abl
ever other game this year with the nevertheless to completely beat th(
result of threes goals. sophonores in their first eliminatio
All three of these scores were made gane of the inter-class hockey tourn
by Eunice Childs who played an ex-. ament yesterday afternoon. Putting
cellent offensive gamed aThefresh-Iup a ;ame fight the sophomores play
'man team played better than they edto the limit but were unable t(
have at any other time this year and overcome the 1-0 lead which the sen
their backfield showed up especially iors established in the second hal
strong. E. Janhusky at center half of the game. Frances Dunniwind wa
played a very good game and Nellie responsible for the one goal mad
Hoover played forward for the jun- during the game which ended 1-0 it
iors did likewise. The juniors are favor of the seniors.
still in the lead for the class ctan- y
pionship with the seniors behnd them. Patronize Daily Advertisers.

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'SEND QUESTIONAIRES '
TOfLOCAL FFRFR&ATIlN'

Gives First Talk In IDIVIDE GRADUATE
Bible Study Series CL INTOFIV
SEPARATE GROUPS
Taking as the foundation for her l

- i -h -W- -- --41atreainth lfeofJeus I believe that the social program
subject, pictures in the life of Jesus,
Withn 1sjc~pca l of the Graduate Women's club for the
Within a few days 50,000 question- Miss Winnifred Wygal. national stu-ths
detsceayo h .W .Ab. future is one w hich will be interesting,
1naires will be sent out to local branch- dent secretary of the Y. W. C. A., be- to all women in the graduate school,"
es of the National Federation of Busi- gan her series of Bible studies yester- said Miss Elizabeth Wilson, president
ness and Professional Women by Drs day at Newberry hall. The picture of of that organization recently. Under;
g Elliott and Grace Manson of Jesus in the Temple was presented {her direction the club has been divid-
at the first discussion. Miss Wygal ed into several groups, so that each
the School of Business Administra- does not give a purely academic study member in her own group will be giv-
tion. These questionnaires are to be of the Bible, but rather uses as her en the opportunity to 'provide enter-
filled out. by the members of the Fed- point of approach the personality of tainment at the afternoon tea of each
eration and is expected (1) to provide Jesus and its influence on the life of to- month. The departments are as fol-
an accurate occupational record of the day. lows: Medical and public health;
members of the clubs, (2) to make In order that they may approach the history, law, and political science;
available reliable vocational informa- subject in a proper frame of mind, mathematics and science; education;
tion to younger women who have not Miss Wygal asks her listeners to dis- and Englsh, rhetoric, and literature.
e yet found places in the business and card all their preconceived ideas of Each tea will be in charge of a sep-
e professional world, and (3) to assist Jesus, and to put aside all traditions arate group.
e women to render effective service in and suppositions that have grown up Weekly dinners for graduate women
e the business and professional world. concerning him. The Jesus that she will be one of the special features of
Three pages of questions constitute discusses is a normal child of 12. the club's program for the year. They
n each questionaire and it is expected He has no feeling of superiority or will bring the members together often
that this exhaustive survey 'vill throw divine power, and as yet is entirely in a social way, and being at the din-
I light on "the dependency and earning ignorant of the fact that he is to be ner hour, no one will be too busy to
o power of women, the advisability of the Messiah. enjoy them.
- combiiding marriage with a career Tomorrow from 3 to 5 o'clock Miss Standing committee chairmen in the
f and to settle the much debated ques- Wygal will continue her series with a Graduate Women's club for the year
s tion as to whether a college trained discussion of the baptism and tempta- are announced as follows: Member-
e woman is more successful than one { tions of Jesus. All students interest- ship, Miss Marian Lawless; program,
n who has not received the so-called j ed, whether they have attended the Mrs. Theda Holan; publicity, Miss
higher education. first of the series or not, are welcome. j Jane Ludgate.
Subscribp for The Michigan Daily. Patronize Daily Advertisers. Subscribe for The Michigan Daily.
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Kappa Delta Downs N O T I CES
Newberry Residence Tryouts for the pantomime to be
presented in the sophomore circus
will be held at 4:30 o'clock today in
Clashing with Helen Newberry resi- Barbour gymnasium. All sophomore
dence for the third time in intramural women who have any dramatic ability
hockey, Kappa Delta proved their su- are asked to try out.
periority by winning in the game yes- All members of Crop and Saddle who
terday noon by a score of 3 to 0. T'he expect to ride with the group at 4o'-,
previous contests resulted in a victory clock today must call Mullison's
-- stables and engage a horse.
for Kappa Delta and a tie game, whcuis
was the cause of this extra game. The All bazar articles are to be ready
very excellent playing of Margaret by Nov. 17, which is next Wednesday,
McNally, '27, made possible the suc- when they will be called for shortly
cess of the Kappa Delta team, as she after noon.
was responsible for all three goals. The Saturday morning intramural
Marie Hartwig, '29, of the opposing hockey games will be postponed until
side displayed her usual skill and further notice. Watch The Daily for
competence. announcements.
Friday intramural hockey games will
CONTINUE W. A. A. DRIVE Ibe played Monday, Nov. 12: 4 o'-
clock, Delta Gamma vs. Delta Delta
Through the efforts of the W. A. IA.Delta; 4:30, Adelia Cheever vs. Alpha
board and the committee in charge Xi Delta; Betsy Barbour vs. Phi Gam-
almost every woman eligible to W. A. ma Mu. Martha Cook will play Alpha
A. has been reached this past weekPhi. Monday, Nov. 12, at 4 o'clock.
during the membership drive which There wil be two hikes this week-
has been in progress. However, there end, one leaving at 9 o'clock Saturday
are still a few who have failed to pay morning, the leaving at 8 o'clock Sun-
their dues and for this reason the drive day morning. W. A. A. honor points
is to be continued throughout this wilul be awarded for participation in
week. Those who wish to pay these these hikes.
dues may do so by calling Marie
Hartwig, '29, 3301. Subscribe for The Michigan Daily.,

ITEY THEATRE
Thurs. Fri. and Sat. Nov. 18-19-20
MATINEE SATURDAY
Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention.

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Fur Coats Take New Paths
to Smartness

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Albrecht Sale
Extensive Stocl

Friday and Saturday
Lowered Prices

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OMEN ARE GRACEFUL. Naturally.
what they wear should enhance that
grace. Awkward lines, bulkiness, and
clumsy patterns are to be avoided.
And they are avoided exquisitely in
the new arrivals in wraps. Patterns are
daring and modernistic, giving the fig-
ure an added litheness. Fabrics are soft
to give full play to every supple move-
ment.
Grace, too, is in the silk stockings
available in harmonizing tones. These
are full-fashioned Gotham Gold Stripe
Stockings. Their clinging fit is a joy,
the purity of their silk is absolute, and
their wear is a revelation.

GRACE

The More You See "Abie," the More You Like It!
FIFTH YEAR IN NEW YORK
Saturday Matinee-75c, $1.10, $1.65
. Evenings-$1.10, $1.65, $22

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WOLVERI NE CAFE*
The leading restaturant in Ann Arbor.
Luncheon, 11 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Dinner, 5 P.*M. to 8 P. M.

You'll like these fur coats, because they are so delightfully
different from the coats of other seasons. You'll find them as
becoming as they are smart. And the furs have been so blended
that each coat is a study in sleekness. Exquisitely simple and
slender. With stunning collars, clever sleeves, graceful silhouettes.
Some entrely of one fur, others trimmed with contrasting pelts. And
you're due for a pleasant surprise if you think they're expensive.

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QYERVICE and YHEER WEIGHTS
.f GOTHAM qOLD eT~RIPE
ILK STOCKINGS are priced 16
from $1.85 a pair
CHIFFONS from $1.95 a pair

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We also serve steaks and chops of

any kind, of the best

quality, at

reasonable prices.
Special Chicleen Dinners on Sundays.

329 South Main

Across from the Wuerth Theatre

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ERE they are! Have you ever seen Styles so sublime, soj
beautiful and entrancing? Truly is this a season of smartness.
Interpretative modes that glisten and lure you to garments in 1which
one's individuality is emphasized. Every fashionable material, color
and trimming awaits you in these groups.
COATS - - - $29.75 to $125.00
DRESSES - - - - $19.75 to $59.50
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THIS WEEK

Special Dress Values
While we specialize on the better grade dresses, we also
offer the best in the medium price garments, not the trashy,
half made kind, but the natty, stylish dresses that you'll
enjoy wearing-

Lounging
Robes

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This week we are offering some 150 dresses,
latest New York modes, in Salins, Crepes
and Georgettes at three special prices, very
much underpriced, which are duplicates of
Paris models, sold at a third more.

Are
AItractively
Priced

$14.75

A nice Lounging Robe is something every
woman enjoys, but frequently hesitates to buy!
for herself. Here's a fine collection for the
gift shopper to select from. Included are many
styles of corduroy or silk, also collegiate

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