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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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II ' jj Ithe field and spectators on the days class ch ampionship, 30hnr;run- ernoaon at 3 o'clock1 in Barbour gym-1 BUHDN 'hWILL, AODRES u;.smisbhn 1 I as
"I W LL9S L t" at ah.~gh pitch, according to Miss championship, 50 honors.I( GU N t'omnaeeddtoflpsios!
C BJorS ; luI~Jthe~Yi n, d t h uiasm :scbIng-; ^honors; and Universatd tudentpsin L[CEA II EET INC
rlDEY i CT r t il>:;e is r v.'s'n , w: irnd rectory stafifs. All interested are urged_____
--th anade& t)''o attend the tryout wvhiclh will be ,RSIEN OSPA, N AU
held at 4 :30 o'clock this afternoon at
Freshimanit u.es Fill 1'I ~For 'l sag v'ls: Wi 1red Cm Kie, general ha -the Press building. ! Ol'F WO;IlENS LEAGUE TO
('hamp-loiislip 1"or First n~i eior, Dorothy LBeg).n j unior', ' CAMPUS
Time iih h Gl]; sophomforO., C. 1liialcth i i chapter of Pi Lambda Theta, na Senior woiIIln will be entertained atl
I (::,)L )R-*ns; and iresinnn, I1(th LIabm. tional honorary educational fraterntyi tea iy Dean Jean lIlamilton and Misst President Marion L. Burton will ad-
MkONI)A(Y SEY' .1FdOR OENIThere will lie ia neu'iia of these girls Icr woinien, will hold its first meeting rvarion Blood, assistant dean from 4 dress all University women at the
wtu TES IN 'i'1?? . : , at 5:30 o'clurck tIius nfl cr110011iilllar- of the year at 7:15 o'clock this evening to 6 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the annual meeting of the Women's league,
borin asium,. at. :lartlha Cook building, parlors of B~arbour gymnasium, to be held at 5 o'clock tomorrow aft-
Ii ockOay pnrst ice foe' cm s ls rrm; t ernoon in Sarah Cavwell Angell hall.
Freshman nurses will have the op- have been announhced as tfolic s - Aluiest vmnitrse nTi sPeietBro' is pel
J)ortunity bof tryipg their luck at the 'l loss an Wenesa(Lv.it 11Isonialeric wonirktinearhis ires depaticuryto ftheoen.
1 ,, ilodayan ti .(n. r~ingsocalsericdookngisyea ortia Lieterary etywil hldsocietyte prtiuirlyto tholden
h ockley championship this year for the o'Jock; juiniors, lTuesday at 4.20 a1(d; i m i jjloci to attend a meetindner first meeting at 7 o'clock this eveinug lie will dics among other things,
first time~. Thyihve or1gaize d U 0v- '4 r ks O m)nlOteais ft e iersityg Win room 302, Mason hall. Many im -dics,'W neaycA,(cl': ohm 1,
one a11c>cey 'of henUiserity . W.the place and the- value of the Wom-
en full teams, with every member of 7 fouday andi \\z*.:es Iav at 4 o'clock;C.A.at 5 o'clock tomorrow af- portantL lbusiniess matt~ers will be takeni en's league on ,the campus.
the class playing on one or another and freasbmoen, ~iOh and ,,dn c rnnt Nebery.al.iup. PeeigtePeietstlEl
ofte.Atrcompetitive ( huoh eber al ise cedbingte 2,Prersident f talhe
ofte.Atrgaies (fr y.atj 5 t (lOI hoi, 'r Ithin iter- Do oftby Ketchuni, director of so- ouientyIo D(Iiigs ir el bidge, ill7eplai ehng tep-
among themselves to ilterinline h ich (l ass t.'.ntt JIwi e aw-dd s ,(I- , service work at the Universityarte
is the strlongest of their teai ns, I hey Ilows : sihrs:. tea .;1,;0I1 hem i ;sq laid ( sek.iAll cganizations connected With iy fteUdrrdaeCmag
intend to challenge t lie class, uor ,riiy ;- lx o;;u dseo i. a ,r; l on- ial- i pea. o fund e i nrkigfrduteCnewain

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or. li eague iiuse tam;. for theecalillas
cl campi onshli p.I
SThe general manager for the seven
Steamrs is Dora M rshiall, the squad
l ma nagers are as f]of tows:; id ldred
SSnyder, Ebba Andeorson, Marga re{:t
IAngell, Dorothy Sullivan, Beatrice
F riday, _and, IDora- Ma<r,;hall1. A cheer-I
leader is to be app ointe.d lat er , 1l ;-,
z3.re already undleP way for purchasing
bhunting in their colors, to decorate

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Mi',may I1(theIdit" el ot'the (ipen-
Sing I Ei' le t (htIsIh' .711 is toll laii.rnt
for alIII ime:;.B's;o ehas beco 1mo-
ser ved on tI w(,b "10"M board in B -
beaur ynTsl? il wi?( ierhoseo, 'who ire:
intet e eSd ny SinI iip ro{ l y. I lizi
I beth Lnuxervr, '24, dthe ma agcr of the
points will bea-warded ilas follows:
If' 1!rst round is complleted, 10 honors;I

(lyinaisiuin lockers will be given...out
from 10 to 12 o'cloek this, morning,
anid from 2 to 4 O'clOCK his aftei'-
no on by Mrs. iii ckbiirn in the base-
nit or.iir boar gynnasiiini. TheyI
Nvill not be assined I oinorrow.

Mini street, xwili move to nexw quarters
Son. tihe upper floor 'of the Chamber
of Commerce building on East Ann.
The, change will be effected before
Nov. 1.
'D~odos Want ltembers' A ddreses
1)o(o members wvho have ciian ged
their address since last semester are
r equested to submit the ne0w add~ress
to O akley C. Johnson, 1-996-J.

iversity of Michigan League building.
FONANPEN INK

All t(iri Reserve advisors,
tUniverasity iworn eninterestedl
fCxiii1w.1 4rx 0 Nvork will imeet

and all
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this aft-

Will Improve

the Action
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P 1 111Fountain
KI~ f; INK
L I, w S IZ E S
"The Ink That ;made
The Fountain Pen .Passible",

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2: y0 tlo:k
Oriental and Chinese rugs of rare beauty arc selling at A uction-this is your
opportunity to, buy the stort of soft, lustrous, valuable i ugs at the prices you
wish to pay.
Antique and e =A tique
Pieces'

OCT. 22--JOHN PHIL.IP S 0U SA
and his BAND OF10 PLAYERS
NO'V. 12-MICHAEL PRESS, Russian*
Violinist, Soloist with DETROIT"
SYMPHONY OkRCHESTRA tin-
derGABRILOWITSCH
DEC. 4-RICHARDS CROOS
Americanc Tenor, Soloist with I) -
TCPOIT SYMPHONY ORCHES-
TRA under VICTOR KOLAR
AmericaIn Pianist, Soloist wvith DE-
TRA under KOLAR
PIANO NUMBER.S.
Puli Sd CureAT UNIVERSITY Sd IOOL OF MUSIC
SAT1"I'URI)AY$OTOBER 6, 8:30'A. M.
I'R IC E S-$ 5.00-$4.00--$3.00-$2.0Q
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary

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Both antique and semi-antique pieces aye included IIIin his unsuirpassed collec-
tion which was selected personally by Mr. K. S. Ja 0rotch., The collection
is m'ade up of more than 1 ,000 rugs valued at $100,(00, and is the largest and
finest ever brought to Ann Arbor.
Including Such Rare Kinds as Princcss and lRo'iy al gollhalas, Kashans,
Saruks, Anotolians, Kit manslwlis, etc.
Included in this collection are such kinds as i'miv:; nd i oyal Bokharas,
Kashans, Saruks, Anatolians, Kirrmaurshcn, V. I i ni'e ar(° ad antique pieces
as L.avere, Zilli Sultani, Gheorcles, Kot as, lk&i, ,,ii unusual color-
ings and designs will be found in this beautifol C(;-Uccarl.
Lovers of Oriental rugs and connolisseuYZr:.~aoInvite~d to view this magnificent
exhibition now on display in the new main floor store.

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Auctions will be held daily at 3 ):30 and 8:00 o'clock.

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