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iHE MUIC IGA DAILY P~AGE FIVB

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cSc''? n7C?2, '97, T\Uinim oddarI,, . 5,' fl(Iircd Slump,) '27, Carol Rleader', '27,
KidnIagei-v, '26,itii. or:nie Bir"sbotw, ilnnGriffin, '25, Gretchen Slaw-
'2.M:jr ~tc~ 2,,Can r-!son, '25; 'Paige, Alice Hicks, '27,
1i, 26, YP'ryt Schl'f'. 25, tir-.Carolyn Steen, '26, Louise Ritten-
iliC "?r cc'1 '26; Bu1IcK, FatshouSe, '25, Sarah flme, '26, Pauline
as ,,5, ar-O el t IIrt i.'26, Madc- ~Brigmaln, '25, Lenore Gardner, '27,
lae Leland, '26, 1 arian. Cang,, '2C), Dorothy Snow, '25, Margaret Ballard,
Mar .ga ret Sherman. '25,Barbara !'27, Louise Tur ner,,'25, Ruth Hersch-
A.:bb{tt, '28, ['a Iii me (anby, '27, W1in- an, '26.

4 iaCtrFem ude L dnc o
W Prof.t ''.lri AlV , of 1i,
1ngU1eril7h shoo fA jin i ctti"
in SarhCawilAgl]hllw

OStoudc-t'Writers
(o e ieem edto work!
a OO !iltC plan of or'gan11z aion
! e~r <s' cl,' a lf if?'oon at 11'',:y 1"T31 11 !our
fo 1,;S W o nli p n t i C e t d 2in any i ;P1 U w 1 2
W 0orum of wr i d m t cils f f n
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'27; Ford, Ruth :sown, R~, ath
Smith, '27, 'Lunette Star, '27, C wen-r
ioiyn Charles, '2, ILou.ise Carlisle, '27,
Ant iotn tte Kinsell a, '26, Marlon Wvells ,
'2,Katheryn ';Lott, '2G3, (onevieve
11all, '2{i, IVlorc ec. Leonard, ':,7, R uthI
L~rla lr a '2 ; Lin coin, El iza bo'.b lklc-

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?ersw~AAttention Given Evrery, order
.of Pho tographs Before They
Are Delivered

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orata rkdso''. rf) inttee Wh1' ,I( htl~5 a~e follow:. i((S '~Y '26, L~iIo GraC~i.ff; '2:5,
aeg esn fl e i 'iagMg ,'5 enGihnn,'5,adVri~aI{Ab,'26, Clara ,uer
darmnddeedIie ebrsNellie RittenlIuse, '25. ''he o. ft if?'2Gi, l h e WL' fdt7', '27, Gerald inc Mt a
Ote()fii/lIOf.jcommit tee includes 1n'9N wojimen ?wh1o !tors, '27, Priod1a. SchmIidt, '28, lvi ar-
CIs a iri'Cen o;f U ; iCt)VOS C2 111'Til ' are intercstedl in the foriaa l ion of n.joie lb itkio, '27, AMarion Meafl, '20;
f tr , i' d -Ii("f,:W;ofl 111r'' club of this no iie : Lu cillie \a It,(hero 1' 4, Alplr a Is , '2 "7, (2 i
r( 1, ~r r ; n;e o a'omio PVfxi m'' '27, 'Ma ry Elizabeth KLibby, '27, arid P'fr ti, '27, flan orils (IrelickI, '7
,'cent , Illie !1 , e:nl t> t, '5, 1i i j { Florencei' uttol f, '27. ''Ii c(o l~rintt , Ma r '' P.:II i i, '27, Phio(ebe Morse, '26;,
lo s ike ~ lfl i(', (ii i il ne t 2 o'clock SuTiri ay uat 0(j~8 ii), Sl nic'a'',,'27, al2Ori', (0C 'u
2)( '0I ei2,M g rt( d is, .'~ 1 'e~~Q l'i1 } t - -2~ Joy CI ,)0,Ver I I Creil coek,
itCgeerl 'hiI att tidYi1'Iar, istJen (ailo)ieai om n''7,Kahein1Beeli't,;age
'25 bCnre7gi on 2:10 i ot er ietro Btyl~'un~ ifOt Fule, 28 Mve SCo r,'2'
in , i.?J II b (3Nix,'7. Ilvoue aCl.Mr. AyI oat nIRuhhll. '2, Alif ote '26,
'25, and Myr"(e!oL Ri h, '27;. p.ster,(.
Mis".rae Riharl n.i1tt(..<<,It lla('w l kis, 25; Stlue1'k'l
X1;5eeayJen IV! n. ina y,(, '27;thrin herie uowric'41,Ma° ai ,
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'2;poe eEibt Sr s,'0 ersmnt eesre y ii n '25:I~,aiu7, Ilu2iol7 er, l'22, ( '~h
'Gst 1nisMrga ret I l;(a I, - :; .iaoktosuwomen and1ei stelea nw- cJns 2, ee dad, '2,
' T tteberry dretctortaiewthy mau JefantheAulin, '27, Harret Iiey,'26
IolltiIi l( _ s, M rjor Miler,'2',N7r, T.ell
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licaionswome, an tllu fllen tw- n n'2 .'2,IfrealEwa'2, '20,n:
bury:exetetrti____ 3 iutiE l .tetA2ustione'27McHaiet'25, *lcs-
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m)1)axieGes, 7, l t fl-bak,3i __- Acl women who are going to the V. ),I i£-
Onthe nx E')r of tC; the rit('d.ro' ' tonia'ht at the7Congregationalre'27h
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S' ENIO RS--Less than four weeks left for your 'Ensian
stilg. The tithe is shoat and getting shorter.

334 State Street

Phone 303-W

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Readf'cWant Ads'

The Slickest Coat
on the Campus!

GA RC ight - rcc to $2 o
GARRI Sa t.'1Mat. - toc to '_,00
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ma Delta wil mot tile Oultlaw team,;
which is cmposed)oJ wo Men vloac ahr emb ers of the N. .C. A,
not afliliatet'with ,any organized ho rre "will hold their weei ly m-eeting at 4:15
,team. o'clock today at Newberry hall

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No well dressed college man is
without one. It's the original,
correct slicker and there's noth-
ingas smart or sensible for rough
weather and chilly days.
Made of famous yellow waterproof
oiled fabric. Has all-round strap on"
collar and elastic at wrist-bands.
Clasp -closing style
Button-closing style
Stamp the correct name in your
memory. and buy no other. The
"Standard Student" is made only
by the Standard Oiled Clothing Co.,
New York. Slip one on

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i£:vturncradal hits are in ' eg:l
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wxill play than.
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D~esigncd by
WHI T HUSE HAR DY
fcCCORAT SO
IRri t' YAi 40rm STICET 144 WEST 424D STREET
' I! civOOLITNOPL fO' UtS, BDG. KNICKFABuOCKER BUILDING
14LW YORK~

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Miss Agnew, buyer for the Jacobson
Stores, will be here all day Tuesday and

Many patrons are now enjoying the beauty of Oriental and Chinese luigs in
their homes and when you realize how cheaply you may select lovely antiquc,
semi-antique and modern pieces, you too, will soon have them on your floors.
You may choose from a real

LiP~telli~l.CIIIllufl(&'1 J PHNIF -LI P SOUSA, tonucnl sr

Wednesday.

During the carly part of

NOR'A DFAUCI ILI, Sopr'ano
Jiii I )OLAIN, Cornet

lthIERt'GOODING, Saxophione

October many women made it a point to
talle to Miss Agnewy during her tvo day
stay at that time.. They vwere all greatly

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pleased wvith her opinions on stylIe.

Miss

Agnew will gladly assist you.
Our outlay of evening gownr-s is corn-
pletec. This makees an early selection de-
sirable. Come in any time.
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F or the prices which we are asking for rugs from the wonderful K. S. J an-
gotch collection are remarkably low and when you know that you rvw bhuy
rare works of art for less than the price of good domestic rugs you will hasten~
to take advantage of this sale. Your choice will be from a collection, not a
stock, and may include pieces of every size, pattern and coloring. It is not
often that you have the opportunity to select Oriental rugs and take them into
your home before buying them. Previous sales have been very satisfactory
and we cordially invite others to take advantage of this opportunity-every-
thing will be done to please our patrons.

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