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FRIDAY; JANUARY 14, 1927

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IN[IF[ICIENtYl MARKS Ofe P0olGiticians Are Doing Their
DA~kr1PA i ~t~v~rv Sare For Republicans In. Washington

VY WCr A MEMBFRS TO Says T'eaching And Medicine Are

Most 1IWOMEN'S RIFLE TEAM.
Q iTO COMPETE IN MATCH
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I econiiendatioii Of Cabinet WilliBp,,' in India," said Kumal Arlick an InNtoa onrs h Ida aia pionship
$11gina Kappa Basketball Teams 1isussed And Voted On By ," stdn.hoi er nascoa-government organization, being ia wo- adni
r Victors Wednesday I MStudent .Memnberso edcn. l cutyyarfrthe frt time in that
ms .__'__ ;__ ship for the study o eiie l onr' history. Ntoa
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SET MEETflIN6 FOR JAN9 20 women are ecuated. many of the so-1 Christian women in India who are ed-; ticipate
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second groun of games on the intr~~~' I I ing of the entire membership which is; en."'in ewe e n wmni n on o
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-again entered this year the
Intercollegiate Team chain-
which represents all colleges
,ersities affiliated with the
Rifle association. The match
in which the team will par-
consists of three stages, each
nsisting of two strings each
ighted shots and ten shots for
ired in a prone position. The
zscores of each stage will
rrecord and ten women will
the team.
Latch must be fired before Jan.
the winning team five silver
will be given, each bearing the
an, "Women's Intercollegiate
ampions, 19327." Second and
ins will receive bronze icled-
ercentage medals'will be giv-
I contestants.
imen's rifle classes will tdrin-
n. 25, having completed the
ary practice for the semester:
nester ther'e will be another
:r rifle class for women.
on the down grade according
Butt, opera star.
,ie for the Milchigan ])ally.
Less
'S O 1121 S. UNIVERSITY E

Scranton, Pocahontas
Kentucky and West Virginia Goal'
SolvTy and Gas Coke
This business has been growing ever
since it was established. The secret--'
"giving absolute satisfaction to our !
customers." We believe it pays to do
business in a friendly wvay. If you
thinky so too, lc ;'s get together.
CORTNWELL COAL COK
OFFICE, CORNWELL B~LOCK
Phones, Office : 4;i51-4355 Yard Office : 5152
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Arc Always,
DELICIOUSLY FRESH

Candy
Sodas
SWEETLJAND
212 S'outh Main

We have in stock wall paper, paint, varnish,
shades, brushes, polish, lacquer, enamels, etc.,
of only high-grade merchandise.

C. I. AAJdeCO.

Phone 931 3

203 East Washington St.

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Advanced Springtimie Modes
Display Four Prominent Hat Fabrics

SHOULDER FLOWERS
Grace the Mode
M.ore essential than ever in the finishing,
detail of one's costume is the flower on
the shoulder. Our flowers for every
$ type of frock form a particularly fine
assortment. The Pompadour for even-
ing has the edges of its fluffy petals

Shlot Silk

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You can easily make them last the
rest of the winter by having them Dry
Cleaned now. You may leave them
at our Press Building Station or have
them called for.
Our service is indispensable to every
well dressed man.

SUITS!

HATS!

Hand Blockeed Fell
Fedaline Braid
Sneof the zvery newest hats have modified
their "high ha tting" tendencies and are quite
small as to brim. So, to be smart, one's cha-
peau is as small as may be becoming. You
will recognize how very new they are front
their fresh and novel designs and their glori-
ous colorings-rose blush, French blue, sun
hisses, cameo pink, gooseberry green, tiger
lily an1d bright red'? $5, $7.50 and up.
NEW HEADBANDS
for Mid-Season Parties
Fasiaion has transferred her favor from
rh hinestone headband to glistening
L, :1r_ + leaves. For girls who want a
Uhmi ornament lbnt not a headband, there
are fancy little ornaments that fasten
with a lain. Dainty rosebuds and deli-

Our Press Building station
evenings until 8:00 o'clock.

is opcfl

Dial 21816

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