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6, 1923THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BURTONTO AL
ON LEAGE5VL J
clui~cy 1or -First 'ji
TFoday

3 ' ' in 'i~iil I ~trt iie(l Mas
11ar;i nI1 ")( ,,@t', 5i1b otdean,17from 4
j 1 o o 11'rl:i;aijur £;gyn)niUiln1.

111; l)EJII TI? *I TO V~~IISII S ;A XX 011011 hO wish to take a ten
BUIl?~.: A MA I~N ~ i lke to C1rn. h;ono£r poin ibfor the
o1ens (A.:ieie ssc3Ciation will
The value of the *Women's league on Ie eat ;) 'cl Saturday rng
ro t iI hrbooir gymnasium.
the campus 'and in the life of Univer-
sify women will be discussed by Pros- mbsoftecbn fthU-
ident Marion I, Burton at the annual i tyY\C. A. wvill hold their an-
meeting of the leagu~e to be held at 5 J]imitil t;;;so pauty this week endl~
o'clock this aft ernoon in Sarah Cas-at\VOlulllk das -nd disonI s-
,vell Angell hail. All womren in the ye 0I~~ar wijI be tak-
University, are urged to attend since cyiitst ; '" .z
thisp kenewillll t beo-! la~'e wil be rno imeeting this aft-
President hssoknepcilyt!w-enoyo oen interest-ed in doaing
men,.
Plans for raising nmoney for I 1 -; 1:_: , ~v.hu o nero
Michigan League buildIing fund t ine wr ong date was given for this
year will be taken up briefly by H1(ee otr;
Delbridige, '24, 1resilent of the league(.I-
A change in plicy from supporting IBDW os Ahires, Oct.4.-Public pro-
various small functions to managing testf of io (keisio n given in tihe Demp-
large affairs has been decided union, t 1, ' ar Aoused(1a)1new here to-
the details of which will be explained (lay wbe 100oi01pictiires of tihe bat-
at the meeting.- The work to be clone jtIe ri ited int he, irot tine.
by the commnittee of the Undergraduate
Campaign fund will also he considered.I
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UAMPASN COMMITTEE
WILL MEET TUESDA9Y
D lefinite plans for the league Cain-
Ij paign, which is to be carried :git by the
Central Campaign committee of thef
Alumnae council of the Alumni asso-
ciation, are to be formulated t a meet-
ing of that organization which is to be
held a~ 9:30 o'clock Tuesday, Oct. 9,
at the home of Mrs. Henry Carter
Adams, of 1421 Hill street.
' At that time several people will be
appointed to take charge of the na-
tional sub'-committees. Hereafter
members of the committee wjill seet
"every Tuesday to discuss the work of
l'the campaign. Announcement of plans
"'andl appointments will be made in
The Daily within a short time.
Chicago,- Oct. 4.- Gasoline prices
are due to rise shortly, according to
"W. H. Gray, of the American Oil Men's
association.
Daily classified for real results.

Mortarboard Sells
Gloves For .leagufe
Mortarboard, senior women's lhon-
orary society, is starting a canvas or
the sororities and larger league homi-
es today for the sale of gloves for
the benefit of the Michigan Leag;ue
building fund. The gloves are, of im-
ported kid, and vary in style fr%)m the
gauntlet to the 16-inch glove. The
colors are white, black, gray and tan,
and prices range from $2.50 for theI
short three-buttbn length, to Oi5 for
the 16-inch glove.I
All orders must be in by W , dnesdlav
night, Oct. iG. The gloves -rill he
ready for distribution to the pur..has-
ers on Nov. 30. The sm-aller league
houses or individual buyers may place
their orders with Painia Browi),
chairman of the sale, b)y callinug23323.1
This is the third year that Ivori a ---
board has sold gloves 1for the benefit
of the league. Last year over $11,0
was contributed to the fund throuigh
this medium.
Daily classified for real results.

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TODAY AND SATURDAY
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I ,SENIORS!.
Michiganensian photographs must be takcn before December
I st. Make your appointment NOW, to avoid the last minute
rush.

XluniniePs Elcets Officers For' YearI
Rosalind Freund, '24, was electedl
president of Mummers Dramatic so-?
ciety at a meeting held recently..
Madeliene Mc~urk, '24, was elected
vice-president. In order that room
may be made in the organization forE
new members, each memiber will bae
requiredI to signify whethr he in-I
tends to be active this yeair ornt
Daily classified for real results.

INEARLYT

WHA T?
The Afor Fountain
NV c h for Opening

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gifts.

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ORIENTAL and CHINESE RUCGAAUCTIONS will continue daily at
2:30 and 8 o'clock in the new m ain floor)tre. Th-e opening auctions were
attended by large crowd:; who found,. the store ohun with large rugs of untold
beauty and filled with the (inest collection of a.ntique and semi-antique pieces
ever brought to Ann Arbor.
The DisplAay.7is _Like Fairyland"
"It's like Fairy-land," one tplcc SC1 lC-; er sa, l. fAI i l d, the dazzling
array of soft, lustrous rugs li -Le< '1 T ratiful coloring, i se lkeF i~
land!

There is no loner any reason vh 1y 0i-ieii Q ru ' customers sol ecnie
to the wealthy class, for many of 1Uje rug rr. S (Ad at the auctiQns were sold at
price less than the pice of gosod domestic rvtg3.

"Buy at the price you wish to pay"

The auctions held have been a succlcss. 'h"Ie following ones are certain to
be. Don't miss attending thei . You will want to take advantage of this
opportunity to buy Oriental rugs at the price you wish to pay.
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