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THErl MICHIGAN DAILY

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a^ mutual good feel ng in internat fiona]
i~xBL H S kr lais ihd 1wi! lrestored Vwitl2
1"r11JI, a 8 cSU lit of his (coI1 ireflU(
ri [AD ~ersbally ith Preier Poinare.
Ir-'rg e ell. tioe newC ,v atoShoo 7¬ętl
p)rofO;< ';) r oti=}hysical educal;w) innad aI
hyiia fth l1ealth "srvce, has ..... .,..,_ .
als~o unulertaken the(lui fn~~
iS'l'1a'hirged by lissMarIo 1e)I C WoodI~
hIl'I, iifltl s;ol if l ',a is apoi l'ift o i 0 '' cl
suci~seed M~iss VWood1. ev(,lie
for onie yea r has been g-rAntd-o(I is
Wfood arli i (inisMrion iaiy n
At'ucior iil(tic de-p~iat vi 1)ol. uhvsial r '' "Y
efilura'ti on1, hot ii Ot XVP 011in tndtoe 9 b ;
,,fu(1y inl sulic lrinch of thei' detart-
moT!1 1 at IlarVardi.
J)(. I eli sben onlnec((,d ithe y '
";an Fran.-ico civ ty 1( 011yhl ~ a
decgr E et f bchelor 01 sci il 'flCt(h i-
cag o iversity, and lher M.Dc. derC e
at Rush A'ediCal college.
Two new instructors have also Leon
addeod to the department of phs s al
educat ion. Elsie Erley, "'.i), is n':"
m uemiber of the staff'. Since v
r+rley graduated from the tini vers illy,
;she has reeived her miaster's deg ree
,At C olumbia uiive 'ity, been grad rioteds
fromi the New Yerk school of soeciali
workVI, spent; iyear in Swecleun on a
felowship, andl been colpuect ad Witl
the department of recreation in De- _______
troit. Miss Erloy's year in Sweien
as a fellow of tho American-Scandanl- r". 1IS . 1L. King
avian fondation was spent in St ckl- Mrs. E. L. King, of Winona, Minn.,
holmn studying physical education. rcently cap~tured the women's Unite,,
Miss Llewellyn Wilburn is, the otherci Stages'5clampionship shooting title at
new instructor in this department. ShefietailAercnlidcametn
is a graduate of Agnes Scott collego lthe(,and MrianIlnica metin
at Decater, 'Ga., and received her mIna (tI so r.Kn ife1t ag-
er's degree at Columbia university. 1e '

1I succession. Only those notices which
r Ihave immediate significance will 1;^ _
V 'run.
Wintering freshmpen who have not as
Ilouse presidents should call for the yet been assigned junior advisors, ate
signing ouit blanks any dlay before Gc- srdtnoiyEaKdw,',phe
tob-r 1 at the office of the dean of wo- 13125, who is chairmarn of the infornv-
iaren. They are responsible for hayv-, tion committee of the junior audvso] Y
11kg the slips filled out for the entire committee. ShP will he glad to rem-
month of October. edy this situattionh. Juniors who ha ve
not been assigned advisees, sire askhed
to consult the lists Posted in flarbi hi
Optional tennis classes will be held gynsuaioo spsil
at2 and 3 o'clock each Wednesday __ ___
afternoon at Palmer field for girls who Antos Crash at, Sreet Crossing
wish to learn the game. A special in-
structor will be at the courts at the All four wheels. of the Ford coupe
splecified hours, not only to tah e of James F. Camn 2,wr io
ginniers but also to assist those who en when he attemp~ted to tale thei
right of way yesterday afternoon atc
3play in perfecting their weakest Cuc n -ilsres h a
strokes. No ulniversity or gymnsium was nkd fa tr eterl) Te ca
credit will be giveni for this, it is mere- l nce a vrtecage tr.op 4
ping only when it hit alagtr.
ly offered as an opportunity for each-
girl to getter her game, admk Tn driver of the other car was also;..
ready for the tennis tournament,. tuet

Daily classified for real results.

WASHINGTON
THEATRE
SATURDAY
SPEICIAL! MIDNIGHT SHOW-
Special ! at, 1ii . M
BETTY COMPSON
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";ALW4FAYS 'THE WOMEN"
-ALSO -
BIG( VAUD)EVILLE SHOW
(Come Early for Your Seats asc
Only u Limited Number
WIVIIJBe Sold
IAN ! .IOC! THRILL!
1)oet miss seeing that 21-.2
veilr wonder child1 of the stdg!
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SATJR DAY'S SHO'WING
Felts, Velours, Velvet H ats,
Flowvers, Feathers, Pattern Veil,
Veilingy, Silver Grape, Orn Inenf ,

Read The Daily "Classified" Columns

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Hereafter notices will be run 5n the
Women's colun for only two days in }
TIHE BUSY BEE
PASSES
WATCH FOR OPENING
-OF
ITHE ARBOR FOUNTAIN
First Meeting of the Upper
Roam Bible Miass
SAi'TURDAY EVEN INC,
SE'PTE'MBER, 29
"UPPER ROOM,"
*LANE; HALL
FOR ALL IT' VERITY MEN!1
One Thousand of themta ttefided
last year.
I Hour, 7 to S o'elock

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Harold MacGra--rth's
T4IH111I1A N 4"NOVEL OF
'tilEA OUtit SEAD
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During the past three years she ht s
.been teaching physical education at:
Agnes Scott.
ANNOUJN(ES "Y'tWS OF(l'1?ElRN
Officers of the F.acull y Women r' ,
club for this year will be,: Pr'esident,1
Mrs. Marion Leroy Burton; vic e-pres-I
ident, Mrs. Christophe r Parnall; sec-V
r etary, Mrs. Jphn fl. Ehiers. The
chiairmen of the standing commuttees
are: First chairipin.Mrs. WVilbur R.
lumnphries; social chairmani, Mrs.1
W1,lliam G. Smneaton; 'program chairi-{
man, Mrs, Henry Al. Bates; refresh-
ment chairman, Mrs. Carl S. Weaver.
The club is divided into sections whose ,
various heads are: Music chairman,
Mrs. Frank Wilson; art chairman, Mrs.
Everett S. Brown; chairman of the
nursery which is to be in, the old
Health service building' on North Ing-
ails street, Mrs. Alfred Lloyd1. Thlere
is a vacancy' in the chairman ship ofl E
the athletic section (1130 to the alw-
cuce of Mrs. Willis Shippen who was
elected to the nosition. This will be'
filled at a later uteting.
R.,11( iviii Restores Good Feeling
Northampton, Sept. 2 _(I y A.P.)-
Premier 'Baldwin, in a speech, said!

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ARBOR, MICHIGAN

1IiN0G M~AMS

Arcade- -1). IW. Gnflit
of a Nation."
lMhuestic--"The Ragg

)laiia'c ~and 3:3
Ali Scats
ar T ixSOON O liel, iloa e "Id Leat i e

MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA
Evenings 7-8 :,"
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JYoy Ill "The Siloot Partnyer"

Sepembr 4th
STUDENTS MAY ENROLL NOW

Orpheum- Norma Talmadge in
"'the Law of Compensation."
Wuerth- Wally Van and Patsy
Ruth Miller in "The Drivin'Fo.
Stage-Tirs Week
Carrick (Detroit)--Julia Stuart
in "Thle Bat."
Whitney - Michigan Repertory
'theater, "The Mollusc."

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IBYRL F. BACHE.R, IDean of Women

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"RIEGENTS-PICTUTIES
(CRORATION

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Beglnnilg ed. 2:39 and 8:990o'clock
We take great pleaure in annouyncing tatvw have ju~st received a new and
very magnificent collection of iv.ore than 1 ,000 Oriental and Chinese Rus
belonging to the K. S. Jan otch co l etion.
Since the auction sale held la.it sprngthere have been many requests for an-
other similar event by those who have been satisfied with their former pu r-
chases and also by, others who did not at that limne avail themselves -of the
opportunity to select froml this complete display of Oriental rugs.
from the. S. Jamgotch Collection
This is the largest collection ever brought to Ann Arbor and includes both
antique and semi-antique pieces. The collection was specially selected by
Mr. K. S. Jamgotch, who will be present during this sale, and comprises every
weave and size of 'wvonderful specimens of Kashans, Saruks, Kirmanshahs,
Royal and Princess Bc'kdsras, Anatolians and Chinese, etc.

.11 [AlDOF PIANO4)IWP!_A RTMENT

Mrs. George B. Rhead
Mrs. Maud Okkelberg
Mrs. Emma Fischer-Cross

With'
W ALS LY -VAN ,
PATS3Y r 1,M~L'LLEr
ALE BFRANCIS
!thle whole poyice
force .i~s oater'
Wrien by
WALLACEi PEI'S FAMOUS RACING STORIES
SPCIALCOMED)Y
11AL ROAHIPESN S 1RASCALS
"BACK STAGE" , '
W SE 1~1p 11 .[ OIC,9 hTRA PY~d gA11,11ENEWS

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Mr. Otto J. Stahl
Miss Nell B. Stockwell
Miss Edith B. Koon
Miss Martha.Merkie
Mis GrceRichards
WILIAM WHEELER
lIE AD )OF VIC EPARTMENT
Mrs. William Wheeler-
Miss Maude C. Kicyn
Mrs. Grace Johnson-Konold
Miss Nora B. Wetmore
SAMUEL P. LOCKWOOD
Mr. Anithony J. Whitmire
Mrs. M a ri Struble-Freeman
WII RED IWILSON
I A.DT)OF IW6[NI) IN S'.RUJIVENT IIPARTHENT
Miss Ora Larthard, Violoncello
MVr. Mar ion C. Wier, Violoncello
GEORGE OSCAR BOWEN
HEAD OF, PUB~LIC SC.1OOLG musIs
Affiliated with the Universiiy
of JNichigan*

You will find it well worth while to attend this sal6 if you have any desire to
use Oriental rugs, as. you can buy at the price you wish to pay. Every rug1
will be sold to the 'highest bidder.
The rugs will be on display beginning Tuesday.
Auction Sales D)ally at 2:t'6 and 8 :00, Beginning Wednesda

Courses are offered in all branches of music under teachers
who are musical experts. Tuition rates are reasonable.

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