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____ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

~irg~ to ;1ist n the receing i; ine.~

I 1 b Ag1 R ;, U fnwilb evd
TO ~ ~ ~~fai SENEME8 "' Dean

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Increase in rncml )ership in the We-
men's Athletic s5Ocr'_,.ttiOf will1)e urg,-
ed by teaoitug]S' ionT'.' I?''lE's tw l1n
they spea.:?i. l iw7e narftuen
various s ortviiiitosa1(1
league houises. Thi-y will at .emp t to
interestthicWoincfl in>> wof ,.g foi
the 100 points wich entitics em(
to, thoe wo en aclray eligtble.
Freshmnen may become a1';';:I<?.1; 1. -
bers by Pyngafoe of 5 tsa
the Athletic asLoaiation ds nBr
hour gynas iumii, ben ctive
members. when rthey lave gained thei
points.
At the board metngheldyetry
aftern or n i ,Ba ...r. g =r..s,.
Lou ise Robeswa le -.scrl y
Dr. 15,1,the inew w oman"'s phyei, .:ldi-
rector a van(cdmn ies
"We want thlehietcrwsUs -
Tale out thris ar,'1a4J r T,; p _ -
jag of the tryouts for tas W
-\ant to do awa y with the traditio:.cAl1
unpopularity oA gym !nasium enr od .ake
it instead a trutly popular caur-le. \VsJ
plan to have everyone en a team.";
FACULTY WW3iECSCL TO
Wives of new members of the facuil-'
ty will be ;presented at the first reg-
ular m~eeting of the Faculty Woui(: zs 3
club ,to ,be held at a o'clock 'th=ursd4ayl
afternoon in the ball roomu of the Un-
ion. M4rs. Marion LeRoy Barton wil
preseiut the new mrembers.
In 6rder to avoido error in senin 1igj
personal cardis at this early date, a
general invitation is here is tsued (to1
all women eligible to enarh.Al
women of the faculty and wr~ves ,';
members of the teachling iaft2
rank of instructor andi ah;,e,.n
wives, of officers of admiisraio
shall be eligible to mieimbersh il) i h
club. New nmembers Sare Marti .: ,rly

Muimers. Dramatic society meets
for the first time this year at 4 o'clock
this afternoon , in the parlors of
B3arbour gymnasium. All members are
urged to be present.
Athena, Literary society will hold its
first, meeting of the year at 7:30 o'clock
this evening, in. the Alpha Nu
rooms, University hall.
Michigan Dames will meet at 8
o'clock this evening in Newberry
hall. Committees for the com~ng year
are to be appointed. Wives of stu-
dents are invited to attend.
1Members of Masques who wish toI
tryout for the fall play, "A Thousand
Years Ago," are requested to meet in
iBarbour gymnasium sometime between
3i and. 5 o'clock tomorrow or Thursday
jaftein oons.
University women who are interest-
ed in Girl Reserve work among gradec
school girls, are asked to call Marian-*
na Smalley, 1405-W, today.
Mortarboard society will hold its
first business meeting at 7:30 o'clock
tomorrow evening at the Delta Glamma
house.
The office hours of the Women's

Pledge Dz..ay Pltans Change But sas; Lenore Gardner, Ann Arbor;
PlansMaxine Geddes, Slhreveport, La.; Eliz-
'?'a ?U + M aint in h tere abeth Hemrtel, Me7mphis, Tennessee;
Fratrniiesi~'aznaznirn r~s Dorothy King, Boston, Mass.; Dor-.
othy Lyons, Pontiac; Lillian Merner,'
I -Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Margaret Mil-
Interest in "Who's Who" did not! the respective sororities Su~nday: nese, Coldwater; Florence Esther
seem to be much dampened this year Alpha Chi Omega-Myrenre Bch '27, Morse, Toledo, Ohio; Deatrice Shroder,
by the change in pledge Sunday after- Ogden, Uitah; Lucy Cochlln. '25, Tray-ToeOh;ElieSveyLnd,
nonfrsrrte.Ir1~o erse City; Ruth Davies, '27. Everet" Ont.; Dorothy Todd, Pittsburgh, Pa.;
noo fo sooriies Inpit ofthe Gertrude Welsh,.'2Z, Owosso; Mary Esther White, Ann Arbor.
fact that the women now call for the IW arriner, '25, Mt. Pleasant; Mary Ruth Delta Gainma-Katherine Booth,
prospective pledges, contrary to the« Doughty, '25, Mt. Pleasant; Margiuer- 'Spearfish, So. Dak.; Ruth Khan, '27,
old custom of allowing themr to walk ite Richards, '26, Detroit; Louise Rib- Detroit; Kthryn Gocher, '25, Decatur,
up o teirchoen ouss temslve, et, '27, Muskegon; Dorothy Spencer, III.; Dorothy Kolmbach, '26, Sout*
uothei owspoleandhofrateitiesrn-'226, Jackson; Virginia Royce, '27, Ann Lyons; Helen Laraway, '27, Jackson;
te toutwsnsupeantofwatchniwhastfurn- Arbor; Helen Shrimp," '27, Portland, Aileen. Miller, '27, Detroit; Minerva
theright be. The following list is} Indiana. Miller, '27, Ann Arbor;,)rtyMl
of tosewhopleded hemelve to Alpa Omcro Pi- Heen oorcolmson, '26, Detroit; Esther Trout,
of tosewhoplegedthemel'es o AphaOmicon i -Heln Bor-'26, Detroit; Marguerite Shattrick, '27,
m,'25, Grand Rapids; Lzb ouise B'e,' Coldwater; Mary Van Buren, '26, Stur-
Athletic association will be from 2 to ;'25, GrandrRapids;ownsend, '26, Dytr'27
Flint; Faith Dumas, '26, Detroit;" LY: ;Mrae oned 2,Dtot
5 o'clock, Tuesday and Friday after- las Hayes, '27, Lakewood, Ohio; Mary Gamma Phi Beta-Margaret Fitch,
noons at the athletic desk in Barbour etie,'2,AnAbrDoth '27, Dallas, Texas; Doris flrigtn
gymnasium# These hours will be ato,'6,Mseon!eenPu ,~ '26, Cleveland, Ohio; Catherine hub-
manandtruhurh er '26, Albert Lea, Minnesoa;. Alta Web- bard, '27, Mt. Clemens; Elizabeth Kil-
{ b~~er, '27, Lakewood,Oho Marjorie: Patrick, '27, Detroit; Dorothy Myers,
Junior women will hold a meetingtig I >ber '27, Dirt Oio '27, Ann Arbor; Helen Reese, '27,!
at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in the! '
th parlors of Barbour gym jnasiuma to Alpha Xi Delta-Harriet Carter, Mid-Jako; Lcna heod,'7
tecane comtechimnfjln;MratBufntAn Ar Grand Haven; Mary Stewart, '25, :Ann
elet anewcomitte caimanfori lnd;Marart Bfiigto, An A-.Arbor; Emily Woodward, '27, Fitch-
the Junior Girls' play and to make! her; Helen Hochrein, Ann Arbor;bugMas
other plans for the play. Professor Margaret McPhee, Marquette; Helen ThrMai erosti.lstwllb
John L. Brumm will address the w~.ocbhM keo; ajoeSin
men. ton, Charlevoix; Phyllis Johnstop, Any ie ntmorwsDiy
~Arbor; Ethel Stevenson, Ann Arbor;I
SHockey practice will begin this AlMice Simmons, Detroit; Leona Sher- All Catholics, both students onl the
week. Seniors will play from 4 to 5 man, Torno Ontario! Louise flitten- campus and residents in the city, are
o'clock Tuesday afternoon and fromI house, Cheboygan; Ruth Williams. requested to be p~resent at a meeting
5 to 6 o'clock Wednesday aftern~on. Wauseon, Ohio. of the Knights of Columbus which wvill
Women are urged to come out for Chi Omega-Bernice' Boyd, Paola, J be held at 8 o'clock to-night at the
practice. Kansas; D~orothy Emery, Paola, Kin- K. of C. headquarters, 345 East I-uron

street. Election of oflikcers for the
fall term will be held. The meetin-
fwill be followed by a smoker and
luncheon.
CH[I&NESE RUGS
RE C'D SA'TURDAY
Grey and toupe Chinese rugs. Large
consignment shipped August 15th.
Many large and small rugs now on
hand. .Also beautiful hand-painted
designs from which to order.
Plioiie 26014.
MRS. H. B. MIWICK
928 Chiurch Street
WASHINGTON
i THEATRE
A High Class
MUSICAL ACT
j for
TUESDAY
and
WEDNE$DAY
* A Big Feature
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h," >9hstak en up her dluties as as-
1 :;tntlea.n of womei. 1Miss Blood is
a gr,: Iuate of the University of Penn-
and vi Ba n arucd her master's do-
riec at TCample university, in Phil-
51.dl)1)ia.
r _1HE BUSY'BEE
?ASSS
Iyr1,'tI FOR P iN
OFr
, FOUNTAIN
R{ead the Want Ads,

OC'TOBER 3, 49,526
MICHIGAN REPERTORY
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1VOWTBLRYJNG
IHere's the stage play that wa:'i
such a sensation everywhere.
Produiced by the rman v; ho md
"RobiLnIlood." Acted by a tinrt
brilliant cast. No wonder its bav-
less entertainmient!
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BY ST. JOHN ERVINVE
THE MALLUSC- OCTOBER 1 AND

Vgled at$ioo,ooo
Daily, Begllig Wedllesday, 2:3O. and 8 o'clock
We take .great pleasure in announcing the arrival of a ncw and magnificent
collection of -more tbhan 1TOO Oriental and Chinese rugs and carpets from the.
K. S. Jarmgotch collection, of New York. This is the same company from
which we obtained thc collection sold wildh such success last spring.'

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3.;.JESSE L.LASKV PRESENTS A-
-CHARLES MAIGN E~
rr :1OU TI N.
' tLeat ice Joy_
' Owen Moore=I
Robert EdesonI
.. -- C~a rmountf9Vdcure
-Japanese Eairthiquake AS a wife a right to a say in her ,
Pitue L.husband's business? Th hu
a. Christie Comedy band in this picture says "No!" But?
- THURSDAY CO~li -
-ZANE G~REY'S "THE MERRY GO E
"TO THE LAST 4 ROUND"
MAN" (of Life) -
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Since the auction sale held last June so many favorable comments from satis-
fled purchasers and requests from mnany who did not avail themselves of that
opportunity have been received that we have inducccl that firm to furnish us
with another collection.
The Finest Collection Ever Brought to
Ann Arbor

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This is the largest collection of Oriental rugs ever brought to Ann Arbor, and
was personally selected -by Mr. K. S. janigotch, who will be present at the
auction. =Every weave and size of wonderful specimens of Kashans, Saruks,
Kirmanshahs, Royal 'and* Princess Bokharas, Anatol an s, Chinese, etc., are
included in this collection.
Many are beautiful ;antique picces anrd ottira iu ip c -i, sf tones, usually
found only in the older Oriental rulgs. T1It :c;AAof i t dt~dlMaster pieces of
Kashan 'Silk, rare antique Lavere, Kirnu in, Ziti blvi , (Jcodc ouas
Ladiks, etc., in unusual designs and colors.
Buy at they Price You Wish to Pay!
We urge. you to attend this sale if you have any desire to use Oriental floor
coverings; as "you may buy at the price you wish to pay. Every rug will be
sold at Auction "to the highest bidder. The sales will be held daily, beginning
Wednesday, October 3, at 2:30 and 3:00 o'clock, in the new main floor
store. The rugs will bie on exhibition Tuesday.
E. F. DIETRICH, Auctioneer.
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What is more appropriate after the show or the dance than

having something to eat at Van's?
care of you. Come with the crowd.

W4e remain opcn to take

Van's Lunch
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