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October 13, 1923 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1923-10-13

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THE MICHIGAN -DAILX

,s ad-
26, a.t
11 pro-
ures is
tee inj
being'
of 'the
e, andr

fast wil tak~e place at 6:30 o'clock inI o'colck Monday evening in the parlors gir
the morning at Wesley hall. Installa-; of Barbour gymnasium. cIa
tion a~nd full initiation will be held at an(
'o'clock in the. afternoon at WEesleyj Senior society will m~eet at 7:30 to
hall and a formal dinner will follow o'clock Monday evening, at Betsy far- of
at Barton :dills Country club. Dean hour houise. wil
Jean Hamilton will be a guest of the ___
evening. Snosadjuir r etigteIh
Toe introduce Kappa Phi to the wo- eior n uir r etn h
!men students the sorority will be host- proverbial good example for the uin- the
ess at tea from~ 4 to 6 o'clocki Friday, I derclassmen in the tennis tournament.
Oct~. 19, at :Wesley hall. Invitations; The seniors, have all played o ff tFha
1 will be issued to the Methodist wo- first- round and only one of the junior
men on the campus. On Saturday the1 Sets has not beendecided so far. The
local chapter will entertaini at lunch- i semi-finals an~d finals promise to be
eon for those members, of Epsilon closely contested, according to the re-
chapter of Ohio State university, who1prsothpogesftetun-
come to Ann Arbor for the game. ptn.so of the r girs ohetourna-
Officers of the Nu chapter of Kappa, nout. areSef exception allyl good players,-
Phi. are.: Margaret Stair, president; and the one who .comes out on top will_
Ellura Harvey, vice-president; Dora jHave well, earned the. itle of champion
Dodge, sect etary, IRuth Carson, trea- of the campus.
surer. Miss Ellen More, student di-
rector of Wesley hall, is sorority,
sponsor and the patronesses are Mrs.1 Archery is becoming more popular
!EdardKras, rs.H. B. Earhart,; as the plans for. the, tou~rnamnxt in
Ewad rA.StalMrs.that sport are nearing completion. The I -
~ 7 TUE AFFI
_______________ 232 Nickel's
Tryouts for first sopranos for the DAILY: FOUR UNT
University Girls' Glee club. will be
kheld from 11 to 12 o'clock this Waffles and Coffee - -
m~orning, in the School of Music..Wt rofil asg
SThe Landladies' league will meetBao- - - -
with Dean Jean Hamilton at 7;,30

e with the highest scores in the ro~=
'sses will be entered in this contest N
ad rivalry for the honors is expected "p
ibe k~een. This elimination process
fchoosing the , participants, which ~
ill probably be used, will facilitate
ttters and make the competition a
and fought and exciting contest form '
to start. 11,I
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TAILOR-MADE MEANS

CORRECTLY

MADE

The T io-But-
ton, or the
Three-Buttion
Model Coal is
the correc
"thing for
t iis Fall and
Wintr-

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[st Stu-
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z~ Mrs.
Nicer of
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A 'eautiful Showing
of Pattern Hats
Velvets,. Metal Cloth, Felts, Velours, Dance Hats, Fur and
Meta Cloth, 'hats draped with veil, various other coinbina-
tions;. Hair ornaments, fancy flowers.
PUY ,ie AR,& HINTL-
328.South Main

Styles in men's clothes 'change more and more rdcpidly.
pe aranecof thle four-button coats, .and lhe,,present good,
three-button models

When you buy tailor-mrade clothes, you buy clothes that fit perf ectly, because
they are tailored to it youx; you buy clothes that wear satisfactorily, because of
the eAelence of the materials used,; you' buy cothes that~ you like, because
you can select the p attern'that pleases you. And in addition, you buy clothes
thatl are tailored in te prevailinf modcls, w'hich assures you of good style.

W. itness the disap-
form of the two and

TAILORS TO MICHIGAN MEN

p

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$DOUG LAS ~
I /N
- ' - 7PLAYIING
- s.WHOLE WEEKI.

YOU* wil be more
than pleased
with our food
and service

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Read The Daily ":'Classified" Coun ead the

at

Tuttle'rs Lu'nch Room
338 Maynard St., South o© A j" tic

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7ES
German, Greek, any-
Corona makes alll
keyhoards. 84 or 90
-the latter equipped~
eras5. Pgyeerse move-
languages like Y~idi-
110 URILL
el's . Arcade
1anld L. C. Smith. .
,writers.....
QUTALITY
HATuCANt-
Wait
QUALN4IT-
'HT AN
EXC~5TELED

INU QUALITYCIEERG
TY C Y E E RGON DISPLAY AT

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40 Wo %o

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These, Rugs Will Wear

r We have no special &ihes - e-ach dish
Cooked to please 'and satilsfy you.
Everything when you want it at a price you will be pleased to pay .

is

a spcial.

No lute to make a beautiful silky rug when ,new, only to sweep out
soon. During display only, will, present discount 'of 10 per cent be continued,
but permanent prices arej remarkably low, quality considered.
The maker stands behind these rugs.
"Merrick-Fette"' Chinese rugs will be on sale in Ann Arbor permanently.
I could get you 'cheap Chinese rugs, but I' carry

ONLY THE

BEST

Speciail accom odations being made to take care of out-of-town people in for the game.
0 PllyLittle TaShoppe
JUST BACK OF HILL AUDITORIUM ON THA'I ER{

ONE QUALHYIPOTE
Come in 444 see small rugs whlich have had hard usage many years, and
have been w'ashed as one washes a rag rug, and are still beautiful.

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