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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AUTO LIVERY
418 S. MAIN ST.
PHONE 583J
With or Without Driver

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= Dr. George E. ifickle
= OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Office hours daily by appoint-
merit Telephone 2526
SIm. 12, Over Arcade Theatre
711 N. University Ave.

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LAST TIMES TODAY

ape fr o ha etre
Inth future no women's notices will
Thefirt rheasalof heUniversity
Girs' leeclub has been postponed
utlTuesday, Oct. 26, as the list of
nwmembers is not yet complete.
All women who plan to go to the
Illinois game must sign up today on
the bulletin board in Barbour gym-
nasium and call at Dean Jordan's of-
fice at: a time to be announced later
to buy their tickets. A chaperone will
go on they special train.
Annual tryouts for Athena Literary
society will be held at 7:15 o'clock
Tuesday night in the 'Alpha Nu
room, University hall. All University
women are eligible.
Hockey practices for upperclass
teams will be held Wednesday after-
noon, Oct. 19, as follows: Sopho-
mores at 3 o'clock; juniors and sen-
iors at 4 o'clock.
Miss Case's class for extra instruc-
tion in tennis, open to women of all,
classes, will be held at 1:30 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon,. Oct. 19.
The second hygiene lecture will be
given for all freshmen and entering
sophomore women at 4 o'clock Tues-
day afternoon,' Oct. 18.
Tryouts for the Girls' Mandolin

club will be held from 4 to 510S o'clock
on Tuesday, Wednesday,' aid Thurs-
day of this week at Newberry, hall.
Mummers, student direc'ted dramatic
organization, will - hold its tryouts in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall from 4 to 6
o'clock Wednesday and Thursday. All
University women are eligible, and
must bring something to read.
Michigan Dames will hold its regu-
lar meeting at 8 o'clock on Tuesday
evening at Newberry hall. Wives of
students are invited to attend.
The second meeting of the Women's
athletic board will be held at 7:15
o'clock Thursday at the Gamma Phi
Beta house. All members must be
present.

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in the famous Charles Hoyt play
"A Midigt Bell"
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STARTS TOMORROW
THOMAS. H. INCE
PRE SENTS
HIS DRAMA OF TODAY
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M~ended in the Good Old &nglAsh Wad
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Lanting of all- Dumas' vivid stories, this marvelous vie-
ization of ;::The Three Musketeers" is truly apictur
G or everyone-for your family and every family. From
the young can" learn frankness, kindness, valor and
Egeverosity.'"The old can find forgetfulness of trouble'
ban tste its azitid ote for sorrow. And all of us who be'
linv i Life's drama, with its chapters 'o f gaietyj~ad,
,oywe to Dma a debt of gratitude.,

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WORLD T IHE LOVE OF A MOTHER FOR, HER SON.

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