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The Michigan Daily, 1920-11-27

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MICHIGAN

DAILY

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SUBE Y
8 SOUTH MAIN
ITY ICE CREAM
rs to' Frate4rities and
'3'ororities

MIMEOGRAPHING
Prompt, Accurate Service
U rawingsand tabularforsourspecialty
Let Us Bid on Your Work

Edwards Bros.
Ann Arbor, Mich.

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SHADES'

PICTURE FRAMINOG

Student Headquarters
We carry complete stocks of "Brighten-Up" finishes in small size
for all "tough-up" jobs around the house.

LTNTS
UlMELS

VARNISHES

BRUSHE S

WALL PAPER

KALCIMINES

STAINS

GLASS

L. E. WENZEL
Painting and Decorating

PHONE 84

207 EAST LIBERTY ST.

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'T"ell Dad!

That you -would like a Full Dress-Suit, or a Tuxedo
Coat, or an honest-to-goodness business suit that you will
not have to explain that it was, a hundred and fifty dol-
lais, but owing to EST, you only paid,$39.20 and that
it NOW looks like $15.00.'
We are showing a large variety of suit-
ings and overcoatings that will please you
and when it comes to the price you will
wonder wherg we found such values.
ALL OUR PRICES ARE MARKED
IN PLAIN FIGURES,
d we are miaking a REAL 10% discount on our last spring
prices. NOT THIS FALL PRICES.
We Purchased Early.

S TUDLNTS SHOULD HAE
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE
ILDER, '17, CONCEIVES PLAN
SUGGESTED BY SATURDAY
POST STORY
To give students an opportunity of
learning the securities business and
to come in contact with the business
world is the plan conceived by E. G.
Hildner, '17, 602 First National Bank
building, from an article, "What a
Man Loses in Going to College," in a
recent issue of the Saturday Evening
Post.
College students are liable to be-
tome engrossed in school activities
and treat them as of the utmost im-
portance while outside matters which
really count are paid little attention,
according to the article in the Post
Students know business theoretically
but have little actual experience. One
of the remedies which the article sug-
gests is to have students work a year
previous to entering college.
Mr. Hidner's plan, which is ap-
proved of by Prof. David Friday of the
economics department, is to give stu-
dents this training while going to
school.
By .devoting a few hours to the work
in the afternoon the student is taught
the classification of the, investment
field, market policies, and salesman-
ship. He is then furnished leads for
selling securities and comes into di-
rect contact with the business world.
It gives him an opportunity to learn
the practical side of the game which
the Post says a student loses in going
to'college.
HELP NEEDED BY
MA;NY AUSTRIANS
New York, Nov. 27.-One hundred
thousand pairs of shoes, 100,000 pairs
of stockings to go with them, and
340,000 suits of boys' and girls' under-
wear will be distributed to needy Aus-
trian children this winter by the
American Relief Administration Euro-
pean Children's fund, that organiza-
tion announces.
Without this clothing, more than
100,000 children who come to the
kitchens of the fund for a daily hot
meal will not be able to appear as
soon as winter begins in earnest. In
Vienna aione, 160,000 children are fed
at the American kitchens; in all Aus-
tria, 300,000. Agents of the relief ad-
ministration say these children face
death by starvation if the work of the
relief stations does not continue
through the winter. Herbert Hoover,
chairman of the fund, estimates that
$23,000,000 will insure the child wel-
fare work in Austria, Poland, and the
Baltic states and Czecho-Slovakia
until next August, when the countries
can depend upon their harvests.
,COAL REACHES 9 CENTS
PER POUND IN VIENNA
Vienna, Nov. 27.-Coal was sold here
at the equivalent of nine cents a I
pound, a price higher than that of the
black-rationed bread, the other day
when the temperature suddenly drop-
ped below freezing. Cartloads of the
brown lignite of a very low heat value
were drawn up to the curbs of the
popular streets and the fuel was sold
by the pound, the vendors being equip-
ped with small scales.

FIGHTING THE FLAMES
is a dangerous task, but it Is$much
more dangerous not to be prepared
for the ravages of fire by taking out
a policy of Insurance. We write you
for any sum which will Indemnify
you in case of loss by fire. The cost
Is small-too small to afford anyone
an excuse for not Insuring their
homes and contents or their places of
business. We are the largest writers
of fire insurance in the city. Let us
talk it over with you.

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"EAT AT THE CASTLE"
Cor. Hill And State
STRICTLY HONE-COOKED
MEALS
$5.50 MEAL TICKET

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FOR $5.00

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FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

REGULAR BOARDERS
$7.00 PER WEEK

POSTS TO MARK
LINCOLN'S TRAVEL
Springfield, Ill., Nov. 2 .-Monu-
mental posts are soon to be erected
in 18 counties in Central Illinois to
mark the road traveled by Abraham
Lincoln in 1847 when he was most
actively engaged in the practice of
law.
- In those days Lincoln and other
lawyers of the vicinity traveled with
the court, then Judge David Davis,
over what was known as the eighth
judicial circuit. Horses and buggies
were used, it taking sometimes more
than a day to travel from one court
house to another.
The monuments will be erected on
the county lines and boulder markers
will also be erected in each county
seat where Judge Davis held court.
The work has been promoted by an
organization formed for the purpose
called the Lincoln Circuit Marking as-
sociation.
GIRLS ATTENTION! Rainwater
shampoos, marcel waving, ,manicur-
ing, face and scalp treatment. Wigs
for rent at Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski's,
1110 S. University, side entrance.
Phone 696-W.-Adv.

SENtiIORS :-Xichiganensian photographs made now and a few
finished will help solve the Christmas problem.
STUDIO.
721 North Universly Avenue 296.

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

101-103 So. Main St.

830 So. State St.,(Niels Arcade)

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THE BANK OF SER VICE
Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.

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Member of the Federal Reserve System.

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Last years customers
One half block South
of "MA"

Ready to Serve
AT ANY TIME
Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
35 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
Q os.an. jTrngLo
613 1:. LI barty at

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A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.

TUTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
Crowded every meal.
BUT
Room for All Our

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Alma H. Norsworthy

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In or
$16.00 Bes
$15.00 Bes
$15:00 Bes
$15.00 Bes
$14.00 Cal
$12.00 Cal
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TEACHER OF
EXPRESSION
Second Studio
Recital

st Grade Plain Cordovan........
st Calf Skin Brogues..........
st Calf Skin Shoes.........
1f Skin Shoes.......... ......
1f Skin Shoes.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

EN'S HIGH - GRADE SHOES
der to move theI as quick as possible, we are
Willing to make a big sacrifice.
st Grade Cordovan Brogue ........,..$13.95

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..$12.95-
... $12.95'
....$12.95
.. .$1.1.95
...:$10.95

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 27th. 3 P.M.
All Welcome
Studio: 1113 College St.

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OSS & DIETZEL
117 East Washington Street

DRESS SUITS FOR HIRE
J. KARL MALCOLM
LIBERTY AT MAYNARD

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FINGERLE'S
CA-FE T~RIA's
STATE STREET at the CA1%IPUS
. wonderful assort-
rent of good things to
at are waiting ,for you.
'ure food at low prices
at these distinctive
eating places .

TONIGHT

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RALPH DUNBAR presents
Bizet's Wonderful Masterpiece

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IN ENGLISH

with Lorina Doono Jac'ksoii-

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in the title role

(You saw her last season as Alan-a-Dale in "Robin Hood")
SUPPORTED BY JAMES STEVENS AND NORMAN ARNOLD
AND2A COMPANY THAT IS 100 PER CENT AMERICAN

Cafeteria,
Up Thre Stairs

Consisting of Sixty

BU T L E R
INSURANCE

INCLUDING' THE COMPANY'S OWN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

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PRICES: 75c-$1.00-$1.50-$2.00-$2.50

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NICKELS ARCADE

Phone 401 M

First National Bank Bldg.

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