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IAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIIDAY. OCTOMR 22. 19,26

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League Of Nations Association Gives
Varied Exhibit At Barbour Gymna sium.
As a portion of the movement pu-I partImei I of the League of Nations
porting to develop, throughout the NattionalI Non-Partisan association for
country, an intelligent understanding specil use in the study of the sub-
of the aims anid activities of the et in various interested b hgh schools.
Leaigue of Nations, a League of Na-; MisI ubbard, in response to nu-
tions exhibit is now being held inE merous requests from the delegates,
P.arbour gymnasium under the direc- has i'mA~ie arrauenwnts to exhibit
tion of Miss U~rsula Hubbard, edIuca- slides and to provide speakers, many
tional secretary for Michigan, repre- of whoui will be chosen frorn the Ann
setting the League of Nations Na- Arbor division of the a:-a-ociatioii, to
tional Non-Partisan association. appe,,ar beflore the various women's
Various pamphlets dealing with the clubs throuighouit t1h0 state.'
different phases of the subject, boo0ks, The exhibit will continue through-
and illustrated charts sent to the as- out today.
sociation from Geneva and distributed
to different parts of the country to beC BAIPA, Moldavia.-Three Russians,
exhibited from time to time, constitute on . v~o woui, were shot recentlly for
the exhibit itself. f alQ~eC' espionage in behalf of Ru-
An outline of "A Model Assembly' mania.

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RESERVE BAND II'
t IS ORGANIZED
-Members of the Reserve' band,' under I
the direction of Nicholos Falcone, have
already held two meetings, and the re-
serve organization is well under way. {
Thirty members were selected from
the -tryouts, and .all but -a few _sections:
are filled. Director Falcone has ex-
tensive plans for this year',s Reserve9
band, .nd as -a result :will lave re-
hearsals twice -a week, at 7 o'clock
Tuesday evenings, and .at 4 o'clock
Friday afternoons, In
Peter DePaolo has entered the 100-
mile auto race, to be -held !in :Detroit
Sunday. w

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Accessories!

A glance around the 'dainty Rubley Shoppe proves that they
can be so Delightfully Different! Drop in and see:
H-and-painted Kerchiefs for every Costume.
Boutonnieres of Any liuea
Suede and Gold Shells-They add so much.
Newest Mode~o in Pocketbooks.
RKUBLEY SHOPPE
.In the Arcadew

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was composed by the educational dle-
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OCTBE
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INAIONAL ALUMNI CELEBRATION
On October 29th
andi(1for
MICHIGAN DAY
at the
S esqul Centennial Exposition
STOP-OVER

WH AT DO WE MEAN-,
STiis an Ecusoive Sho
Certainly we don't mean- expensive. Read
that again. Let it soak in. As fine and as dis-
tinctive as our clothes, are, they cost no more

iill be nmaide on the return
BALTIMO!ORE,
Otober 30th I
for the

journey at
MD.

Redued are an atraciveallexpnseplans are available for
A wonderful opportunity to visit the Exposition in Philadelphia
adto see the Michigan-Navy Game under ideal conditions and tr ans-
portation arrangements.
For particulars consult Michigan Central Ticket Agent.
J. C. CHARTERS, Tickiet Agent
Xichigan Cenitral Railroad
Ann iArbor, Nielt.
A. V. tJIRICII, A. G. P. A., X. C. R. RI.
207 Atlch. Central TIermntal - Detroit, .Mich.

than ordinary clothes.
SWhy the term "exclusive~? .because

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TODAY AND TOMORROW
.f 'WtOMans fpvc Story
lth AMA R U BEN*:
WALTER PIDGEON - WALTER W'GRAI(L - RICHARD WALLING
'~EMILY FITZROY - CH1ARLES LANE.- LANGIORNE BURTON
A pulsating drama that
answers the question--
"What's Wrong with
Marriage?"
ALSO()A f(()ll-Af)Y-NEWS-0RClUSTJA
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Cater exclusively to the college man. Because

we strive to make all el c h el -x rse
man only.

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!rchandise re-
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outstand-

ing college model, originated by you men right here at
Michigan--is produced exclusively for us.
Because practically all the fabrics we showe are exclusive

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fabrics are particularly adaptable to and designed especially
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prices --- ours

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matter how modest their clothing budgets may be.

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