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December 16, 1920 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-12-16

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TAKE A

T H E
GREY
SHOP
G~ R-E Y

"G R E Y S H O P

Y sistance of amateurs, the extensive
wireless program softhe government
during the war could not have been
accomplished. Many of the emergency
T operators came directly from the
ranks of amateurs. He also- stated

J. L. CHAPMANf
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
ANN ARBOR, - - MICHIGAN

Sleep Anyplh
.fat at Rex'
THE CLUB I
712 ARBOR ST
Near State and P

LUNCH"

with you on the train. It will save
you money and keep you refreshed.
Before buying her Christmas Candy
look at
NUNNALL Y'S
the famous Southern Candy
600 E. LIBERTY

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S elect Your
ClritifasGifts
TODAY
WE ARE OFFERING ALL OF OUR LEATHER
GOODS, FANCY BOX STATIONERY, AND NOV-
ELTIES AT A

NON-PROFESSIONALS IN DANGER
OF LOSING SETS IF ACT
IS PASSED
Amateur wireless operators are in
danger of losing all future possibili-
ties of operation entirely if the Poin-
dexter bill goes through, is the opinion
of P. G. Schlotterbeck, '22E, president
of the Ann Arbor Radio association.
The Poindexter bill, as it is at pres-
ent construed, would place entire au-
thority in the hands of a commission
controlled by the navy department,
from which there would be no appeal,
according to the official magazine of
the American Radio Relay league.
To Empower National Commission
If passed at the session of Congress
the bill would practically mean the
extermination of amateur sets with-
out actually prohibiting them. It pro-
vides that the "National Radio Com-
mission" shall have full power to reg-
ulate radio communication in the!
United States and to refuse a license
to a station if such station "is not
necessary for the general good of the
public service." As pointed out by the
league magazine, this applies to ama-
teur stations without question.
P. G. Schlotterbeck stated that it
was a matter of common knowledge in!
wireless circles that without the as-

that over $5,000,000 was invested an-
nually in apparatus for non-profes-
sional stations.
Local Men Will Write Congress
At its Saturday night meeting the
Ann Arbor Radio association decided
to write the Congressional representa-
tive of this district concerning the im-
pending bill, both as a unit and in-
dividuals. Schlotterbeck also urges
that any University mhen interested do
likewise.
ALL EX-SERVICE MEN UAY
APPLY FOR VICTORY MEDALS
All men who served during the re-
cent war in the United States army,
navy, or marine corps, at home or
abroad, are entitled to a "Victory
Medal," according to William F. Watt,
secretary for the Washtenaw county
community board.
Ex-navy and army men may obtain
application blanks at the office of the
Washtenaw county board community
house. Ex-marines will deal directly
with the nearest recruiting office,
which is located at 419 Fort street,
West, Detroit. Marines will not be re-
quired to make out application forms
for the medal, but must send in dis-
charge certificates.

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THE TURKISH
CIGARETTE

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discount

PERSONAL GREETING CARDS
-AND-
NARCISSUS BULBS
The Slater Book Shop
PHONE 430 334 S. STATE ST.

Lyndon & Company
- EST. 1905 -
719 North University Avenue
-a
IS CHRISTMAS =
without a
- -
- -
Our Stock of Eastman Kodaks and Brownie
Camers (For the Kiddies) is com plete
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Mrs. Fox was bragging one day about the
large number of her cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring into the
world at one time?" she asked the LIONESS.
"Only ONE," replied the Lioness-but i.
a LION.""
MURADS COST 20 CENTS for a BOX
of 10-BUT THEY'RE MURADS!
MURADS would be lower priced if we left out all
or part of the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the purest and
best varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior grades
of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS-they'd only be
Foxes "
"Judge for Yourself--!."

t

Special attention is called
to Murad 20s in Tin Boxes

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says I8etty lNutter fly
"The
Eternally Appropriate
Gift"

Every Year, Just Before Christmas
We Address aFew of Our Advertisements
To the College Men.
We know perfectly that men do not like to come
to women's shops. And we know perfectly well
that they have women's gifts to buy for Xmas.
And we want to let them know that here, at
HUTZEL'S, they can make themselves quite at
home.
We have at your disposal courteous and helpful
salespeople, who will make suggestions about
gifts, and help you choose just the right thing
for the people for whom you wish to buy.
We know just what sort of gift would please your
mothers; and wives, sisters or sweethearts.

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Christmas
flowergrama

That is why we invite you most cordially
your Christmas shopping here.

to do

A few suggestions:

SILK HS]
WOOL HOSE
SILK UNDERWEAR
FILIPINO UNDERWEAR
LEATHER BAGS

SILK AND VELVET BAGS
PURSES
HANDKERCHIEFS
WOOL SCARFS
BLOUSES
FURS 4

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