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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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rpuir trn t th Uniersty.Geraldine IG o'clock, Tuesday and Friday after-
LTL Trsct ws hn chosen as the third flneaps at the athletic desk in Barbour
ec i i i u(' chairman'171 . igymnasium. These hours will be
Itl D I1P aucr sfor the 11.IlAy aredue maintained throughout the year.
.zi oflO 2 5 Aa 1one (dollar from all ____

MEETINII of

(118lay idue iadite-i and may,
THIS YEAML O6ST .illV01 A~ri2 .p.pilt r ~zsutieof the
PLAY'S 11ISTORY1, II; ucas fom to 4 o'clock any day
LIE VYES lS ekinltheo olhco)of the (lean of
With such a splendid repuntation ( t
madte by the Junior Girls' play last
year, the junior women are facing
greater crisis than ever l) efore in tale
history of the play, is the opinion of
Prof. John L. lrumm expressed at a j"e.. n
meeting of all junior women helyes- Mcin,'of01M'.s(1i5W iht
terday afternoon in B~arbour gymnas-
iu.i Vy;dt Lfor'the ill play, "A Thousand
"The 'Junior Girl~' play has shown Yea rs Ago," e reus tcd to mehet i
itself to bQ one dramatic production Barhur' msusn1=.; ;i sometimne letwCenl
on the campus which is not afraid of 'and 'i4kti afternoon or to--
exhibiting imagination and fantasy, ;11{1 or z fl erno on.
and it has lost nothing of this qu 1l-
ity in being opened to the public," he nl1 Lra!~rdi society will hold its
said. "This yearxs lay should be the If~ri cirs ldn 5ii meeting at 7:30 o'clock t
best ever."* ,thAii, Ov ilinig at the 1Delta GammaI
Following Professor Brunim's talk, hous. I
Jeane' Briggs was elected assistant
chairman of the play in pilace of D)or- r11c eotba ".ours of the Women's
&lhy Spencer who was unable to re- A1 tie w ,c ; .y { +ion1 will be0 from 2 to

X i chapter of Pi Lambda Theta, na-
tional honorary educational fraternity
for wuomen, will hold its first meeting
of the year at 7:15 o'clock tomorrow
evening on second floor of Martha
Cook Building.
All girls who swish to enter the fall
tennis tournament may sign up today
on the athletic bulletin board in Bar-
bour gymnasium. Entries cannot be
accented after Thursday afternoon.
All University women interested in
doing social service work this year
are invited1 to attend a meeting under
the au spices of the University Y. W.
C. A. at 5 o'clock, Thursday after-
noon, October 4, at Newberry hall.
jMiss Dorothy Ketchum, director of so-
cial service work at the University
hospital will speak.
Hockey practice will b~egin this
week. The correct time for seniors to
play will be from 4 to 5 o'clock, Mon-
.I.av and~' Weclnr1,a aferf 'nons n~ f-

ernoon and from 5 to 6 o'clock, Wed-
nesday afternoon. Women are urged
to come out for practice.
Gymnasium lockers will he given out
from 10 to 12 o'clock in the mormn g,
and from 2 to 4 o'clock i nthe after-
noon todlay and tomorrow, by Mr's.
Blackburn in the basement of B~ar-
hour gymnasium. They wili not be as-
signed on Friday.

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DIVORCES SH4OW GAINI
Divorces have gained by twenty-four
per hund(red thousand copulation in
the United States since 1916, accord--i
ing to a bulletin issued,by the Depart-
ment of Commerce. In 1922, there
were 1,126,418 marriages and 148,554
divorces, compared to 1,040,634 mar-
riages and 112,036 divorces for 1916.
Average statistics show that for every j
hundred thousand population, there
were 1,033 marriages andI 136 divorces
in 1922, and 1,055 marriages and 112
divorces in 1916.}
Hong Kong, Oct. 2.-(13y A. 1.-
A small earthquake Lasting nearly a
mninuite was felt here at noon yestor-

AT THE T11E AT1ERS
Screen--Today
Majestic - Leatrice Joy and
Owen Moore in "Tbe Silent
Partner."
Arcade - Hope Hanmpton and
Conrad Nagel in "Lawful Lar-
ceny."
Wvuerti-Jack Pickford in "Gar-
rison's Finish."
Orpheum-Douglas Fairbanks in
"Robin Hood."
Stage-- Is 'Week
Whitney - "Mixed Marriages,"
Michigan Repertory company.
Garrick-"Dangerous People."

Written with a Parker by
Glenn W. Miller, guard on Iowa's famous team P
and now captain
PARKERANNOUNCEP
'rA e VOne
'Parker D-Q-- the Note-taker Pen, $3
Strong metal girdle reinforces cap
Large ring-ed links to note-book
-A pocket-clip if you prefer -
No extra charge for either
WE asked about 1000'students at sev-
enteen universities and colleges the
kind of pen they wanted.
The majority preferred the Parker, but9
not all could afford to pay the Parker Duo-
fold price. '
So we set to work and produced this
black beauty -the Parker D. Q.-formed
on Duofold's classic lines and made by the
same crafts-guild.
We gave it a 14k gold point tipped with
polished Iridium, and a good healthy ink
capacity; then we added two things we
could find on no other pen of this size be-
low five dollars-a metal girdle to reinforce
the cap; and an extra large ring link toLE
fasten to the student's note-book. These
features are included free$ or a pocket-clip
instead of ring-end.
The Parker D. Q. is an ink-tight pen. Ask to seeI?, I
it--note its shapeliness and balance. Try other pens i I
too, and see how super-smooth the Parker is in h
comparison.y
THE PARKER PEN COMPANY, JAN ESVILLE, WIS.
Manufacturers also of Parker "Lucky Lock" Pencils
Banded Cap--Large Ring or Clip-Duofold Standards
Calkins-Fietclier D)rug Co. Students Supply Store
Chcas. W. O'ralmzim (2 stores) - Cuslilng's ]Drug Store
Q tarr y llrug Co. 0. D. Morrill
Wlilr's Book Store Hiler & Fuller
L Slater's Book Store

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Every college graduate has ideals concerning
his future busyness career. There is one wise
choice open to you. This choice will not only be
a business of standing in itself but it will put you
in touch with every business and prove a gateway
to countless opportunities.
Scores of the highest ranking graduates of every
college are yearly entering the Insurance business.
They find in Insurance-Fire, Marine and Casualty
- ideal surroundings, ideal conditions and ideal
business contacts.
The Insurance Company of North America is a
national, historical institution-founded in 1792-
with over a century and a quarter of wvell earned
prestige. Conservative policies and dependable
service have been responsible for the growth and
for the constructive activities of the Company in
the development of the entige insurance profession,
Insurancc Company of
North America
PHILADELPHIA
and the
Indemnity Insurance Company of North America
'write practically every form of insurance except life.

(iors from 4 to 5 o'clock Tuesday eft- dlay.
LAST TIMES
IJack
Pickford{
l: Finish"
f ~IN ADDITIOIN
CHARLES MURRAY
"WILD AND WICKED"
ORCHESTRA ' NEWS
NOW PLAYING
i. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
in "ROBIN HOOD"

Read, the Want Aids
THE BUSY BEE
PASSES
WATCH FOR OPENING~
-OF-
THE ARBOR FOUNTAIN

DAILY HOT LUNTCHEON

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11:30 to 2:00
DINNSER 6.00 to 7:10
Afternoon Tea 3:00 to 5:9
COSY CORNER TEA ROOMII
330 Maynard Street
Southi of Majestic Theater
Large Variety at All Ties

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- ovey new hats for
campus a nd social
wear are of velvet,
fe t t, duvet wn and
'Cio r in the newvest
O0 tt 1 coloringYs
Every smart, shape.
F or every type. Mod-
estly nrice! $5.00 to

Noting to, Say Bt!
IJESSE L LASKY PRESENTS A. ,
--CHARLES MAIGNE -
M ~Leatrice Joy1
- Owen Moore
Robert Edeson,
a 9aramoomt ilare
Japanese Earthiquak~e AS a wife a right to a say in her
-Pictures L hus'band's business? The bus- =
t hristie Comedy band in this picture says "No!" But? :
Hlodge-L'odgeI
"T TE LAST "THE MERRY GO
TO THE RLAST ROUND"

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2:30 and 8:00 o'clock

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We tak-e
supreme

pleasu.re in announcing this
uncr~k~- embracing
- a~ executing all the science associated with the ar
r d kMastering 3214 individual climaxes of love for ever.
la.eIa~e

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We invite all connoisseurs and lovers of Oriental rugs. to attend the auction of
this unsurpassed collection of antique and semi-antique pieces. Masterpieces
of Kashans,.Saruks, Kirmanshiahs, Royal and Princess 1Jaoldiras, Anatolians,
Chinese, etc., are included.
}'ILany Rare inds inSale
Such rare kinds of antique pieces as Laycrc, Zilli SulItani, CGhcordese, Koulas,
Ladiks, etc., in unusual coloring's and designs will be found in this beautiful
collection.
The rugs are now on display in the new main floor store and lovers of Oriental
rugs will' find delight in viewing this magnificent collectiqn.
AItost Un uslu aIpportunity
If you have any. desire to own soft, lustrous Oriental rugs you will realize this
is your opportunity to buy them for every one of the 1,000 rugs will be sold
to the highest bidder. This is your oppor tunity to select the rugs you most
want at the price you wish to pay.
An auction will be held twice a day beginning today at 2:30 and 8:00
o'clock.

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E. F. DIETRICH, Auctioneer.

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