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ternity to be Addressed
n Cabot at initiation
anquet Nov. 12
and Ideals of the Alpha Omega '
Other short talks will be given by
different faculty members.
Students In Fine
Arts Courses Prove
Poor At Guessing
called the "Snake Goddess" was call- Coolidge to submit recommendations
ed the figure of a "snaky Goddess." as to their preference for the appoint-
ieit of a Secretary of Agriculture.
Washington, Nov. 1.-Farm leaders
have been called on by President MEET THE TEAM
Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged, Cleaned and Repaired.
We have nearly every make. We suggest that you buy CORONA FOUR
and save the difference, about $40.00. Time payments if desired.
Omega Alpha, national hon-J
nedical fraternity has chosen
i from the senior medicalj
its regular fall election. The9
of the fraternity is to giver
ion to scholastic merit and
irage the spirit of medical re-I
The Michigan group is one;
following were elected: Louisa
er, James E. Caraway, Robert
per, Arthur C. Curtis, Elisha
ljian, Thomas N. Horan, For- I
R. Schemm, Clifford A. Swan-,
ank Ferrill, and Joseph J.
Several astonishiig facs v rec
brought to light by an examination in
Fine Arts 101 given recently by Prof.
B. M. Donaldson of the fine arts de-
partment. Modern students seem to
be experts at deriving ideas of which
mere lecturers in the subject never
For instance, there is the Chaldean
Temple, a seven step pyramid, each
step being connected by an inclined
plane called a ramp. An ambitious
student announced that each story
was connected by a "vamp" The idea
of seven queens of the Cleopatra
variety holding steps together is
rather difficult for even the twen-
tieth century intellect to grasp.
A slide of the Syrian Hercules, car-
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initiation banquet will be held rying a lion under his arm was
Michigan Union at 6:30 o'clock promptly labeled "The Reaper's Re-
vember 12. Dean Hugh Cabot of turn." An example of prehistoric artf
edical school will give the ini- --a piece of antler carved with fig-
-l address. Dr. Fred Coller will ures of reindeer and fishes, was desig-
3 : toastmaster and Dr. Albert nated as "rainbows carved on a fish-
arrett, counsellor of the local bone."
er, will talk on "The History I A building built of sun-dried bricks
was calmly referred'to as being made
.1EET THE TEAM of "hand-dried" bricks. A figure
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REASONS WHY CHINESE RUGS
Imported by Mrs. H. B. Merrick, of 928 Church Street
j.;nv reARE BARGAINS
. They-are designed by talented artists.
. I'ast color German dyes are boiled into the wool and set
3. None of these rugs are "painted" to.cover up streaks.
4. The warp is of the best, long staple, cotton. It has more
thireads to the strand than any commercial. warp, making
it very strong, yet it is so tightly twisted that it takes up
little room. This allows more wool to be used.
. They are made of the best long fibre wool obtainable.
E. The wool is so tightly packed together that these rugs
contain fror one-fourth to one-third more than the usual
7. The nap is long, the surface is very even, and the carving
is done by experts.
8. The pile is as deep in the center of the rug as it is at the
edges and corners where. it is more likely to be examined
by prospective purchasers.-
9. The rugs are examined while being made. When finished,
the back of each rug is inspected inch by inch by specially
trained men who discard as "seconds" all rugs containing
flaws or errors.
1c. Result-These rugs will wear a lifetime.
1i. Another point-The prices are far below those charged
clsewhere for rugs of equal quality.
Call and see them if yo.u enjoy beautiful things.
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that tickled Broadway
The Masterpiece of
Do3 you rush in at the last moment and grab the first
thing you can get, regardless of whether it is appropriate
or not? Or are you one of the wise ones who shop in
comfort before the Christmas rush begins?
We have left no stone unturned to make our Christ-
mas stock more complete and attractive than ever before.
Any article will be put away and held for you on payment
of a deposit.
Come in early and look at our gift suggestions. You
are under no obligation to buy. There is a wide variety
to choose from, and you will be surprised at the remark-
able low prices. We are never too busy to give you our
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We have suitable gifts for every
fanily-useful as well as ornamental.
1Attractive' Vanity Cases
Attractive Rubber Aprons in
Special Gift Boxes.
Finest Imported Cigars
"Compo" Trouser Belts
andon, and on-
Here are a
Incomparable Stage Feature
An Entire New
2nd e-nd Last li Week
Don't put off your Christmas shopping until the last
minute. Come in today while our stock is still complete.
G. Claude Drake
WITH TOM WARING BACK
AT THE PIANO WITH HIS
"LIZZIES OF THE
A SENNETT COMEDY
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Attend the Matinees
Appearing Sunday at
2:50 4:30 - 7:05 - 8:50
Drug and Prescription Store
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