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___ ___ __ ___ ___ __THE MICHIGAIN DAILY.

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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIN
SEEKSflE~MLM5ri

letic association., At that time the
purp)oseCof the jucnior. group will be
" ,;,'1iiedI more fully.
'Jhe juior associatiJon was organiz-
C'u nrnipa By i to stim'ate ml cres% in
1 10]. omenwholuve less than 10'b
en r o~n re eoligible for iiw:mber-
riupand by emuiagto a gi outp In-
...... l ill athleticos, they are en-
coura;cd to earn, the 100) honor poin ts

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w ekAn,_l ?will be fh-ld :At :' 45 io
on ona aiildlNiaVall'O(f5811
,t 4:1 d 4:45 Ge'1h LonTo:1'
and 'Fhursday afternoons 'iS ii l iU

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A memblershiip ceflh)_; th; r e. rixxi ieh ill make them lulerS t Y 01 1, ia3.
Junor rgaizaionci 3e th snior organization. The due, of
Athetio oxxton A ll i 1c'h! ~cenits whjich they pay to join the Tha sixth hygiene eel ore ;x h Kbal was
1lton(!, r; +nr? uniororganizatio willlbe appl'edIcpotnelatekwil'
more, than1)SO vwomenl" already upon'T£the 75 (cnt du ", o., the senior ) ie , ,{Te
beon 40 oc.c.rlls. arno ca
tot. uir raiain adi - ___ ___Taliour gynasllnn. All for iimen
hoped to inc(rase the n em1be vhip
consi3derabl byi he c, pig. }n enjj 4 ~of ,'u Mg c and entering sophomores ar ro'ir
Monda y a Tu Modayy thel)urpose of I i'oceeds rtcaliie(l trom~ the maize edlt o attend, also all women wh~ko ha x o
the junio'r zale(tic 1 assoiat.ion will lbe a!,d;(iueyarn mniiwhich were sold r eceivedl credit from; other institutions
explained(li1:all the gymnasium for the.C game yesterday total $82. A h is iv etrs
c lasses, and members of t he associa- lcheckJ for tlq .znaount will lie given,
tion wtill he stationied in the .ower t lthe University of Michigan Leagu , Tomofroxv's rehearsals for ' kWe
halls of the gyinasium to take .,em.C- fund. The yarn 'Men wre mladeanI Knight of The Burning Pestle" arc
bersh~ips. The dikes of "1ime, jioi(r ,)!.d by the members of the Alpha 'Xi schleduled as follows: :< o'clock, : Ier-
group are 25 cent 3 wich masiy be pid D Ielta sorority. rythot ght, chorus, M4rs. MI~errythout(, ,
at the time of joining or mnay lie I ____ Mchael, Wife, Ventulreell; 4 o'-
lbroug~ht to the next monthlly incet- 1 clock, Orchestra, dancers; 7 o'clock,
A elcou hike ineEa Clothe-, rehearsal with the cast will"
ing.AV. C.' A. Cafeteria, 508 L. William.-
The next mneeting will be,1he1(1 t b e lheld promptly at 7 o'clocki, c!
51 o'clock Siednesday afternoon al, . dancers and singers at 8 o'clock. The
Barbour gymnasiumi when plan; for _. afternoon rehearsals will be 'held 1,'
the coming year will be presented by i"Gerhart l-Tauptmann, the Apostle C ill' auditoriumn, andl the evening re-
Dorothy Wyiie, '24, ther president, and of pity," in the Sunday Magazine, Nov. h Iearsal to Newberry hail.
(iseczssed by the nmmbers. The meet- i13.-Adv. ______
ing will also be addressed by Miss -----" Save your numbers for the Arcade:
Marion 0. Wood, of the department W~.illa 'Gather's latest bookr, reviewved !Barber Shop's Christmas watch on
of physical education, and by Grace in the Sunday Magazine, NOV. 19.- I display at Carl Bay's Arcade Jewel-
Fry, '23, president of the senior ath- Adv. ' ry.-,Adv.3
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firm that cvery s!
C-1," pr&oportionled.
estr aigh anid every
Is -,Ye Properly set

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s 77 fiTe Men's Store
T. j as ready with good seections or
f .. .Dinner Clothes that are correct
il.n every essential of wo ,!kman- '
ship, style and fabric.
J$30. 00 to $60.00ak
FA ~HVN u PR LTHIERS
Next to Wucrib Theater
DOWN TOWN
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00 ~o $5.00

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The other lay when~ I was in
Chicago ialking miy 'periodical pur-
chases to keep my r oc complete,
I had an ar ;'unent with one of the
pets, manufacturers as to tihe kind
of points I was <selecting.'
"Say, Rider, why do you stock
those manifold points? You know
as well as 1 do that they last so
long that nobody will have to buy
a second one."

"What you say is very true, but
I am going to keep) on stocking
them just the same. I'm1 not figur-
ing just a few pecople buying three
or four pens from me while they
are in school. Don't you know
that if I give a person a good
sqluare deal hie is going to tell his
friends anid then there will be a
LOTr of F+OLKCS conming for JUST

ONE PEN inste ad of JIUST <I 2,f±
FOLDS coming for THIREE or
FrOUR Pen s. As a natter of fact
that's just what's happenin : ()t
only are our sae; apid ly increas,-
ing because thir ifriend s ar cca-
inag to0)us, but they themsi;'el 'es; aj,

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AN N U M ..E T IN .,;4'2- - ".., 11 1.
AAOUNE TWINS PF. ": O 'I ATURES SHOWING TO - DAY

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C AI_ VC 1>isthe bi - genial hero
v 2 ': 'et estAmerican comedy
o ver, written A love story that turns
t l: laughlight up1o011the average
Amencricuan. home. Newv York roared
over it for twvo years on the stage.
Now, with three stars in the leading-
roles, it's funnier than ever on tile
screen. No wonder Della cried "Ain't
Clarence grand"!

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lap ig Fun
ho rhits the blaniket With a
1 t c of Sioux Indians, who got
theirnalne through a law suit
broutatght about by a fat man
vv'h hurt a rib laughing.
-lie ixakes big Indian chief pres-
ent of an oil well, and Indian
mi soil can out of Buster.

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