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T11ACTORIES STOP
NIGHS TWORK FOR
ANNALLTAMEN IN JAPAN.

Phyi mtinIrcoWlSek-
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AU9Th 1R TO B3 ANNOUNCEDj 1"
. Ut lr W21"en u'! .1 m eet as a class '1':-"
fr the first ime this ear at 4 o'-
( cs ~t , i rhe ,arlor; o. Parbor I
y::ium t7o : i {. and discuss
he annual Junieo Girls' play, which .
in a<'t a e wit i the t Adition sett
by 1 ;t classes will be presented by
the (1s' . 19 8 (lUring the second s-
mn sit r of th e seh ool ycar. .-..
'.l m' eting will b) addressedt
by 2 'Ilis Loughton, '23, director of
tI: ywho wi nea concerning
I Ia ('s ti ais (:t play ma i g and the i
( 1's xhith he eke's as a whole has1
leicre ft with the undertaking of this
ann lu <iffair. The date and methods
of tnOUts will b ,announced and ad-
vice given with regard to the manneri
of t.ying out.,
At this time also the author and the r
title of the play will be announced. -
The 1)ok has been chosen by the cen-
tral coimnittee of the play and hasU
been chesen by the central committee Iiss E1sle Mcintosh
oz' the play and has been revised by "Night work, for women in factories
the author, herself. In past years in-;is being done away with by the Jap-
structors of the rhetoric department anese government," says Miss Elsie
have done the revising but this year'sI McIntosh, returned Y. W. C. A. work-
book deviates from that particular. er. Speaking of the actual conditions
A tax of $1 has been collected from there she said: "Eighty per cent of
all junior women on campus which Japan's women factory workers are
will be uscd in the production of the unmarriedand are between the ages
ply a d ih u t e Iay et o of 16 and 20. They .are forced to live
whiC no junior (an tryout for.a part. in factory dormitories. Abolishment
The cenx?.tal committee of, the play( of night work will allow the women to
under ilety Nutt, '2A, general chair- live outside, away from the close con-
man, who was elected last year at a finement and loneliness to which they
meetipg of the class are announced are now subject."
as follows: Elsie Murray, assistant

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Rifle Classes Start SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM L. Kahn ........L. F. N Q T I CE S
-DMIT TH........OVERCOMES.FRESHMEN.S.Struos..........G........ M. Muffly
On Shootm Season The second team of the sophomores A Thanksgiving supper-party will
I D NO YS o i S so-defaulted to the juniors and because be given Tuesday, Nov. 23, at 6 '-
Mud-puddles and sliding runs fea-l]of the condition of the field the 5 o'. clock at the School of Music by the
Womens rifle classes of the Univer-tured the 2 to 0 victory of the sen- !clock games were postponed. Girls' Symphonic league.
sity are well under way and prospects ior class hockey team over the fresh- According to present standings the Intramural hockey games scheduled
Formal initiation of the women point toward a very successful season men in the game yesterday afternoon. juniors lead in interclass hockey al- for today are as follows: 4 o'clock,
elected this year to Senior society, the for the rifle team of the University. The field was covered with pools of though the seniors are a close second Martha Cook vs. Alpha Phi; Delta
honorary organization of independent Two classes, meeting Monday and waterfrom the recent rain making it as they have lost only one game and Gamma vs. Delta Delta Delta; 4:30
women open only to seniors was held Tuesday, have been organized up to difficult for the players of either team that to the juniors. Schedules for the o'clock, Betsey Barbourhouse vs. Phi
at 5:30 o'clock yesterday at Betsy Bar- date with each class having an enroll- to make progress with the ball.Hel remaining contests will be announced Gamma Mu, Adela Cheever vs. Alpha
bour house. Dorothy Allison, Anna ment of 16. The rifle squad from which Searight, '27, and Margaret McNally, hasrgby Miss Laurie E. Campbell who Xi Delta.
Arnold, and Etruria Doster became the University team will be picked had '27, were responsible for the goals, ss of all the Sophomore cir-
members of the society at this time. its first practice yesterday in prepara- and Marjorie Muffly, '30Ed, proved to cus property committees, with the ex-
Harriet Donaldson, who has also been tion for the season's matches. An be an excellent defender of the fresh- Graduate women w.ho are wishing ception of those on the tent commit-
chosen to membership, will be initiat- unusual amount of interest has been man goal. The lineu~p was as follows: that they might meet others interest- tee, will be held at.3 o'clock tomorrow
ed later. shown toward rifle so far this year ed in graduate work will have the op- in Barbour gymnasium.
Mrs. Clarence Cook Little has also and prospects are even brighter for a Seors Fresh portunity to be introduced to each There will be a meeting of the pony
been elected an honorary member of successful season than last year, ac-IM. F. Dreyfus..R.W..D. Renkenberger other from 8 to 12 o'clock tonight, Chorus of the Sophomore circus at 3
Senior society. cording to Capt. L. M. Bricker, who is H. Searight ....C.F.........L. Cody when the Graduate Women's club will o'clock today in Sarah Caswell Angell
After the program at Betsy Barbour, coaching the classes. G. Gulick ..........R.I....... E. Weber give an informal get-together party hall and also at 3 o'clock Monday in
dinner was, served at the Cozy Corner Varsity rifle squad lost Anne Wheel- M. McNally.....L.L...... H. Collins in the parlors of Barbour gymnasium. the gymnasium parlors.
tea shop. Mrs. Myra B. Jordan, dean er this last year by graduation and E. Doster .......L.W......G. Smith All graduate women on the campus
emeritus of women, was present at the she will be missed on the squad this E. Verdier......R.H.... M. Tanhusky are cordially invited to come.
dinner and .addressed the group. Ev- year. She was one of the' best shots L. Walsh ........C.H....... D. Bloom I Theta Phi Alpha announces the
elyn Murray, '27, president of the on the team, having better than a 95 A. Miller.........L.H.......M. Ohlson Black velvet gowns for afternoon pledging of Thoma sutton, '29, and
Women's league gave the welcoming per cent average for the entire year. IM. Allshouse .... R.F...... A. Crowe are favored by many women. Josephine Collins, '28.
address which was responded to by At the present time there are 17 mem-
Anna Arnold. bers on the Varsity squad and from
Twenty-one members and alumnae I this squad the team to represent the
attended the initiation. University will be picked.
Captain Bricker has sent out letters
In the United States there are more to all those who are interested in the Chiffon and Service Silk Hose
than 7,000 child-caring institutions rifle club, and he will give special at-
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chairman;; Margaret rawkins, ^pro-
gram chairman; Marian Welles, cos-
tuns; Marian Van Tuyle, dance
chairman; Laura Osgood properties;
Florence Wooten, m ake-up; Margaret
Cole, music and Bernice Staebler, fi-

Announce Date of
Swimming Contest
All entry blanks must be submitted
to the nphysical education office not

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nance. later than Nov. 24 for the first intra-
Immediately following the meetingn mural swimming meet of this year
Ihis afternoon there will be a meet- which will be held Thursday, Dec. 9 at
ng o, the music and scenery commit- 7 o'clock in the Michigan Union swim-
t'es. The subordinate members of the ming pool. No names will be added
above standing conmittees will be an- later. There will be events ;for the

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Life nembership in the Wom-
en's lenuo building is now open
to all U an iesity women. The
price of stit a membership ist
0 which is to be paid within
oun year ;fv pduation. Such
m iemlershtip mneans a jpei'minan
coctio (n vwithI a permanent
Michi;gan institution. The under-
graduate drive this nek is the
last time that upperelasawomen
wil be solicited. Pledge NOW.

most advanced swimmers and also for
those who are not quite so proficient.
This will give' an opportunity ,for
everyone to enter who has the least
inclination to swim and a much larger
crowd is anticipated than has ever
been had before.
The pool is open on Monday, Tues-
day, and Wednesday mornings and
Thursday evening so that every team
which wishes to practice will have
the opportunity to do so.
The Queen of Spain has made an
appointment with a, Knightsbridge
Modiste to try on some hats. About
30, many of them in white and pale
shades, have been made up for her.

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