THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y
All juniors and seniors -who NVish to
jiy hockey tils fall arc re ; uestedl to
sign their names on the bulletin bear
at Barb our gymnasium.
IlHouse presidents should call for the
rgning out blanks any dlay before Oc-
~tober 1 at the office of. the dean of wo-
mren. They are responsible for hav-
ing the slips filledl out for the entire
mionth of October.
strokes. No University or gymnasium Library (Ceiling Is Repainted
credit will be given for this, it is mere- One of the improvements made dur-
ly offered as an opportunity for each itesumronhonUvriy
gir-I to better her game, and makce gthsumronsonUieiy
reap :for th~e tennis tournamn'4it. huildings is the repainting of the!
_____ceiling and. side walls of the nmai
Ihereafter notices will be run in the reading room of the Library. The work
Women's column for only two (lays in , was (done at the close of the Summer
succession. Only those notices which session for the purpose of improving
have immediate significance will l:e the light in the large room, and took
run. three weeks' time.
Entering freshmien who have net as Patronize The Daily advertisers.
vet( beeni asigned ilninor advisors. are ; r
TRIM blouses of
white st'r ipe d
shaped a n d Peter,
Pan collars. Severe
*Optional tennis classes wiil be held
at 2 and 3 o'clock each Wednesday
afternoon at Palmer field for girls who
wish to learn the game. A special in-;
structor will be at the courts at the
4pclfid hours, not only to~teach be-
;inners but also to assist those who
clay in perfecting their vweakest;+
asked to notify Edna Kadow, '25, phone
1325, who is chairman of the informa-
tion committee of the junior adIvisory
Committee. She will be glad to rem-
edy this situation. Juniors who have
not been assigned advisees, are asked
to consult th~e lists postedl in Barbour
gymnasium, as soon as possible.
Havana, Sent. 27.-T-'he railroad and
port measure known as the T, rafa
bill, was passedI by the house.
WATCH FORl OPEiNING
TE 42MOR FOUNTAIN
~sports skirts and
simply t ,t iio red
with four - in - bad
ties. For wear with
A $5.00 Gas
A $2.50 one
out your own
3h Card for $4.50.
for $2.25. Figure
D~id you ever stop to think how
much. easier your work would be if
you had a nice, shiny Corona Type-
writer to do all your notes, reports,
themne, and letters home? Sure, you
can learn to write. We'll te~ch you.
$50 buys a new one, $30 a perfectly
good one. Other makes of ty pewrit-
ers taken in part payment.
0. D. MORRLL
17 -NCKELS ARCADE
The Typewriter and Stationery Store
L. t." Smithiand Corna _Typewriters
124 SOUTH MAIN
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To Ann Arbor and Viltv :s In explnatioll regardl t g Ihe presenitationi of serecadin'aa s me'. c laarale under-
taking. You wIvll wsee the orig-1u111 laky iiatacl is shown he ra somie years ago. ' Owing- to its greaaI JNI g1 h, Itwelve acts,,
we are 1inlible to use the regula.r ad dd attractionis. It is. t' yourt a d~antaage to come eaarly.--The .Maaiiiaa.
De . GIFFITH'S
way. we save you money. Good
for 'Dry Cleaning, Laundry and
Pressing. 'White Swan Cleaners.
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PATSY rU.t -1 ,ILL .
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lV t e y}'..the Author of
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A-ctiua-l Baittles Arc Shown With Tons of 'thous- stroyed By Fire.
ands of ,Sold ers In EhIe Conflict, 18,000 Peo- The Famous Ku Klu:
Ev ne A ,Tamus Star
1~argaret Canieron, eilder As-
Flora,Ithe ipet sister.......
Dr. C aebieron............. .
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l'de ('ameron, second ol y,.
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Dulie Came(ron, youI? ': ; 11 t
11aen ny, theo faithful servanit
hIlo. Austin Stonemuan, Lead-
er of the Itouse. Ralph Lewis
Elsie; Ihis daughter. ill an Gishi
Phil, his elder son Elmer Cliftonu
Tod, the younger son .......
.:... oert Hiarrona
Jeff, thie blaclisnitii:......
Lydia1' Stonemaxi's mullato
ho tisekeeper . . .: Mary Aldeni
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IF YOUT WILL CLIAP THlE CAST 0OF CHARACTERS FROM THIS ANbNOTTNGI+AdV±N;'
IT WILL AID YO UTN FOLLOWING THE RAPID SUCCESSION OF CLIMAXES CO:N-
L=ECTING TrHIS STORY.
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T:he merest statemenxt regarding "The
Birth of a Naon" B' i(a1)Mto superlatives
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