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October 28, 1924 - Image 8

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- --- - - ~ -- -- :30--La Soclad Ilisjmuica mecets in
WXV1 RAT' G 0 1 N ( room 302, Union.
Notices to a'PPear in thiS COLIMA VnuSt WEDN ES 1)AY
be ef i it]nElie box atIth1e D a iy ohice i T 1
P-Ovided f~r that yp1rpose i3 More 4 , 12:1,')'I athieiatics clubi luncheon at
o'Iclc precceding the bay of issue. nion.
______________ - -7:30--Saiprinaiv club meets In room
TUEI~lSI)A 304, Union.
1:15---I'lliysics ('dolwinui iteel il 7:41) rofessor Toaikuni addresses
rnoom 202, old Physics building. I Economics club in Union.
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THE FAVORED FABRICS AND THE CHOICEST COLORS

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fur on sleeves. Tucked sleeves and panels are new style ideas. All are
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and rust arec the best shades. Sizes, ii6 to 46.

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