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October 12, 1923 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TITUS WRITES ANOTHER
TALEOCF MICHIGAN LIFE
Harold Titus, '09, a novelist who
formerly was managing editor of the,
Daily, has written another book withj
the State of Michigan as a back-
ground. "The Beloved Pawn" is al
tale of an unusual Michigan people,
the Beaver Island fishermen.
Because of this book -and a prev-
ious one "Timber", Mr. Titus has won
national recognition and for introduc-
ing Michigan into literature, has been
likened by critics to Mark Twain for
his Mississippi stories and Rex Beach
for his tales of the Yukon.

STUDENT FINED
TWICE IN HOUR
Fines galore were heaped upon the
head of J. D. Nutt, '26, Wednesday.
Shortly before noon he was taken
to justice court charged with park-
ing his car Tuesday night without
lights. Justice John D. Thomas
taxed him the costs of 3.45, Nutt ex-
plaining that he would have to go
he fellow, who stows
t oaand s=reoft arhen "
oenrws a cool theater 1 .'
ooorby i nothin

back home to get his check book.
On the way after his check, notic-
ing that his tires were soft, he stopped
on the wrong side of the street near
the Ann Arbor Taxicab Co., 515 Eastj
Liberty street, for air.
Patrolman Edward Blumhardt hap-
pened along, spotted the violation and
took James- down to justice court for
his second appearance within an hour.
He was assessed $3.45 for parking on1
the wrong side of the street in day-

light, making a total assessment of
$6.90.
Alpha Nu Meets
Alpha Nu Debating society met last
night in the Alpha Nu room on the
fourth floor of University hall. Sev-
eral tryouts were given a chance to
speak, after therregular debate.
Daily Want Ads always bring good
results.

FORESTERS PICK
CLUB OFFICERS
Prof. Woodbridge Metcalf, '12, of
forestry department of the University
of California, was the speaker at the
first meeting of the Forestry club held
1Wednesday evening in room F-211 of
the Natural Science building. Prof.'
L. J. Young of the forestry department
also addressed the club.

Irwin Booth, '24, was elected presi-~ Prof. E. N. Durfee III
(lent; Norman Munster, '26, secretary; Prof. Edgar N. Durfee, of the Law
N. T. Barron, '25, treasurer. school, has been absent from his class-
Plans for the annual campfire of es the past week due to a severe cold.
the club were discussed. It will be' He is rapidly convalescing' and ex-
held October 17, at the Saginaw For- pets tormeet his classes by Satur-
estry farm. Freshman foresters who day.
desire to attend this campfire should
sign up- in the Forestry seminar in the Daily classified for real results.
Natural Science building this week.
Daily classified for real results. Read the W ant Ads

ORATORICAL

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Ex-Governor of Illinois

Special Steak Dinners for Vanderbilt
and Ohio State Games
Make Reservations Early

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Weekdays-12:00 to
5:30 to
Sundays - 5:80 to
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riltalandhilese Rig
Offered at Pr vate Sale
Beautiful ORIENTAL and CHINESE RUGS are now selling at private
sales in the new main floor store. After the most successful auction of Oriental
rugs ever held in Ann Arbor it was decided to place the balance of the 1 ,000
piece K. S. Jamgotch collection on private sale for the benefit of those cus-
tomers who prefer to buy in that manner.

Oriental

Rugs

as Low as $5.00

A few hundred wonderful specimens of Oriental rugs including many master-
pieces are selling at prices far below market prices. There are Oriental rugs
priced-$5.00, $10.00, $15.00, $20.00, $30.00 and up.
Unwashed "Chinese Rugs 12x9 as Low as $190

Magnificent unwashed Chinese rugs,
below the price of good domestic rugs.
and other sizes accordingly.

direct from China are offered at prices
12x9 rugs are priced as low as $190.00

An Advantageous Opportunity
Don't miss this opportunity to select soft, beautifully colored, and magnificently
woven ORIENTAL and CHINESE RUGS at the minimum price.

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Turkish Boudoir Slippers

All Leather

- All Colors

A Sense of Style
ANY young men possess an inborn sense of style,
MLform, and good taste. They can "spot" the correct
thing at a glance. This sound knowledge of style responds
instantly to the uncommon developments in the new Fall
KUPPE IEMER

95C
Turkish boudoir slipers for personal and gift use are being offered at
an unbelievably low price. These leather slippers with silk pompoms
and metallic thread designs come in black and in colors. They were
made in Constantinople, and are unusually attractive. You will want
to choose a pair for yourself and each of your friends at this price-
95 cents.
Trimmed With Pompoms and Embroidery
The Rug Store Will Be Open Until 10 O'clock
Every Night for the Convenience of Customers

GOOD CLOTHES

Broader shoulders, shorter coats, wider trousers, straight-
end vests, and other distinctive features in exclusive effects.

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