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HOUSE PHESIDENTS
ASSIGNED AR TICLES
Samples of Articles to be Ready
for Approval by Monday,
November 18.
DROP POSTER CONTEST
New Advertising Arrangement
to be . Secret Feature
This Year.
Letters will be received this week
by the presidents of all women's
houses on campus, assigning arti-I
des which the houses are to con-4
tribute to the League and Inter-'
church Bazaar to be held Decem-.
ber 6 and 7 in Barbour gymnasium,
according, to an announcement
made by Hermine Soukup, '31,
chairman of articles, in a meeting
of the central committee for the
Bazaar yesterday.
Each hose will be required to
contribute a certain number of
articles assigned, preferably hand-j

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JUNIORS ATTENDD
DANCE CLASSES
being taken in this year's JuniorALPHA EPSIL PHI
Girl's Play is shown by the fact
that about 75 women attended the Kappa and Delta Gamma Win;
dancing classes preliminary to the Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Phi
tryouts which were held Tuesday
in Barbour gymnasium under the Downed in Fast Gaines.
direction of Clara Parkinson, '31.1
Kicking and bending exercises were !VIRGINIA HUXELL SCORES
given for the purpose of making it
easier for the women to appear at The strong Delta Delta Delta
their best in the dancing which is hockey team was agamnvictorious
necessary to tryout for the play. today, this time over the Alpha Ep-
Classes are held on Tuesdays and
Thursdays from 4:14 to 5 o'clock silon Phi contingent, to a score of
and from 5 to 5:45. Bathing suits good deal of the fighting was car-
must be worn. Women who will ged on around the A. E. Phi goal
have junior standing by next sem- where Marion Fuchs, star goal
esyerare eigiblle ore las y an keeper, was able to avert .Tri Delt
may come to these classes even mresaanadaanb e
though they may only have sopo- skillfulsguarding. Marie Westin,
more standing now.-' Doris Renkenberger and Lucy Groff
t Dues of one dollar are now being played a very good offensive game
colectd eerydaythi wek a afor Tri Delt, each one making a
table in University Hall between the goal. Dorothy Blume and kerma
hours of 9 and 12 and 1 and 3. Grabowski were outstanding for
Every junior woman must present the A. E. Phi's.
a receipt showing that she has paid Kappa Ka
these dues before she will be al- Kap Kappa Gamma came out
lowed to try o t for the play. on top in a hard struggle with Al-
-- tpha Xi Delta, the final score show-
__________ - Ing Kappa 3, Alpha Xi Delta 2. The
Reform of Prohibition f game was very fast and the Blue
team was constantly threatened by
U e b Lu thestrong opposing aggregation,
lead by Jean Botsford, who played
Mrs. Sabin, chairman of the in her usual excellent form. The.
Woman's Organization for Nation- team play of the Kappas was ex-
al Prohibition Reform belives that ceptionally good, probably account-
the attitude of women towards pro- ing for their final victory.
hibiftlon has changed. Although Alpha Phi went down before Del-
-ee i.tl pta Gamma, in perhaps the most ex-
women were influential i putting citing game of the day. The tea=ns
through the 18th amendment in were very evenly matched, and no.
1918, today they believe that un- score was made by either, until the
der the present prohibition law. last minute of play, when Virginia
is'rapdlydeceasngHuxell, Delta Gamma center, car-
temperance is rapidly decreasing. Hed the ball down the field for a
The large number of letters writ- marker. Maxine Nowak was out-
ten by western women to the Wom- standing on the Alpha Phi offense,
en's, Organization for National Pro- while Margaret Wurzburg and Bet-,
n Reform and the disoppoint-ty Mener played exceptional de-
t fensive games. -The game was
ment in prohibition of social work- slightly handicapped at the end on
ers in New York indicates this account of darkness, but 'since no
changed attitude. In May women score was made until the last min-
representing 26 states met in Chi- I ute, it was not cut short.
cago and formed an organization Hunter College in New York has
to refute the contention that all 5,000 more students this year than
women favor prohibition.
Mrs. Sabin says that women are were enrolled in the college last
denouncing prohibition, since, first, year. Many of the students attend
t has not benefitted the poor. night sessions.
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Aeronaicajl Groip
Revises Constitudon
at Second Meeting,
Amendments Provide Associate
Memberships; Offices' Held
by Upperclass Women.

made. Samples of these articles
must be completed by Monday, No-t
vember 18, and turned in to theY
central committee for inspectionX
between 3 and 5:30 o'clock of thatt
day in the Board of Director's room
in the League building. Any mis-
takes may then be corrected beforel
the completion of fll the articles..
They will be approved only if en-
tirely satisfactory, each house be-I
ing held responsible for havinge
them as neat and attractive as
possible. If there are any questions'
in regard to the type of article, the;
price of it, or the materials to be!
obtained for it, the house president'
may call Hermine Soukup at 6517r
between 5 and 8 o'clock tomorrow
evening, 11 and 1 o'clock Saturday,c
and 10 and 2 o'clock on Sunday.;
*An unusual variety plus 'attract-1
iveness and usefulness are the aim
oof the article committee this year, i1
'in accordance with the general
.zcheme of the Bazaar, which will
be kept a secret until a fewdays
'1efore the opening. of the Bazaar:
!The' five churches which contribute
"their sh'are to the Bazaar will each
knave a booth for their baked goods,
fruit cakes, jellies and jams.
Furs and Fur Coats
Makeup, Repaired, Re.
modelled and Relined
Prices Reasonable
E. L. Greenbaum
44$ Spring' Street
Phone :9625

of Ernestine E.Wagner, '31, chair-
Women interested in forming'the The Freshmen Girls' Glee club man, and Hattie A. Kreye, '31, have
University of Michigan unit of the Tr.K
Women's Aeronautical association organized the group for this year announced that the programs will
held their second meeting last at their first meeting on Tuesday, be unusual, but at the same time
night in the committee room fol- Nov. 5. The elected the following in keeping with the formality of
flowing a supper in the Russian Tea officers: Helen De Witt, '33, presi- the occasion. The orchestra has not
BRoom of the League Building. tdent, ElizabethMEaglesfield,B '33,been contracted, but many promin-
Bertha Flo, '31, continued as act- vice--president, Margaret O'Brien, cutoesalvrthcunyar
ing chairman and it was decided '33, secretary, and Ruth McOmber, und es all over the country are
that the business of the evening '33, treasurer. Patty Hume, '33, was tnder consideration.
be confined to revising the national elected librarian.-' There is still time to sign up for
constitution, adapting it to the Meetings of the club, whicli now tickets, although it is advisable to
'needs of ation campus organization, consists of 45 members under the do this before the end of the week,
The question arose of the, Status of ;direction of Miss Odina Olson, will! as'
Ann Arbor women who, although rtake place at 4 o'clock every Thurs ias the capacity of the League ball-
not enrolled in the university, day afternoon. Miss Laura Hunt room is only 350 couples, which is
would like to become membes 0fweicomed the members of the new less than were accommodated last
ten avition gr Ahon aendp- club in behalf of the old one. The 'year.
ment regarding this point now pro- major social event of the year will Doris Densmore, '31, is treasurer
known as associate membersa be a tea given in the spring by the of the affair. Helen Domine, 31, is
inog the regular dues of $5 ar older Glee Club at which the Fresh- chairman of the pu licity commit-
ndding the rrhdues of s- y men Girls' Glee club will provide tee and assisting her are Jeanie
and holding the rights of. discus-Roet '3
sion, but having no vote, entertainment. They are also hop- Ioberts, '32, and Helen Cheever,
ing to be able to sing at the hos- -
These dues in all cases are to b'e° pital next semester.__________________
paid at the first meeting following
election to membership, this to be At the meeting of the major Glee ~
granted upon the presentation of club, Tuesday evening, Ruth Mar- 4 DISTINCTIVE
an application signd by two vot- I shall, '31, resigned her position as
ing members of the club. It was I business manager and Elaine Frost, x
further provided that while the '30, was elected to take her place. O X)
school year shall be considered as; Kathryn Evans, '30, was elected Anl Important N ew Ig
beginning at the first meeting call- secretary, the position which Elaine A IVaNe
ed after the resumption of classes Frost had previously held. The
in the fall, the fiscal year will run quartet which sang at the Pan-
from November 1 to the same date Hellenic banquet was made up of
of the following year. the following members: Irma
The next meeting, to be given Kropp, '31, Kathryn Evans, '30,
over to the election of officers, will Jeanette Dale, '31, Audrey Haver,
be held next Thursday night at 7 '31, and Bernice Fallis, '31, while
o'clock, in the committee room of ,
the League building. Regular elec-
tions will be held early in the spring
but the same policy which has been Try one of our
agreed- upon concerning those ofj
next week, namely, that only up- Nestle-CirculineA perfect CO
perclass women will have the right modern afternoon
to hold office, will probably con- Permanent Waves in this graceful
tinue to be iitehect.g e
tfalso.slipper, of ultra i
Miss Dorothy Zimmerman ofpthe unerrin' excel
Vpsilanti, won third prize for h er We special izei craftsmanship e
JTerSey heifer at the National Dairy Mi Pac charm oftimo
exposition held at St. Louis, Mo. Milk Pack Facial of thismod
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fBAii PR~OGRAMS
TO BE UNUSUAL
ANNUALELECTIONS PanIs for the Pan-lellenic BalRDAY BY W. A. A.
to be held on Nov. 29, the Friday
Helen DeWitt, '33, Is Selected after Thanksgiving, at the Wom- Football Motif to be Presented;
as President of First en's League, are well under way. Music and Cards Will be
YThe program 6ommittee, consisting Entertainment
Year Women.'ntraimet

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all Footwear Fashion
Ten Dollars
implement to the
costume is found
new J. Murphy
fashionable line-
lence of J. Murphy
n phasizes the
del.

Dorothy Touff, '30, president of
the Women's Athletic Association,

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