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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURS

EXTRA!!O
SUBSTANTIA
On All KODA
to go into eff

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ect at once.
age of these prices
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TH UNIVERSI fY
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SUGARBOWL
HOME MADE CANDY
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN
BEST LINE IN THE CITY
EVItIYTIIING
iTIADE IN ANN ARBOR
LImIIT LUNCHES
ANN ARBOR
SUGAR BOWL

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Home of Sweet and Purity
Always Fresh

Take advant.
and this wea
LYNDON

302 S. Main

Phone 474.W

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Student Christian Association I

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APPEARANCES DECEIVE
Riding in our smart-appear-
ing livery cars, no one could
suspect you were practising
economy. But the fact is that
our charges are so moderate,
and our service sa superior,
the woman of small means
can shop and call with the
same degree of comfort that
her well-to-do acquatntapces
enjoy.

EMPLOYMENT OFFICE

Students desiring work pleasecall
between the hours ofj

Sand 10 P. M.
week days only

CITY TAXI
Phone 230

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Phone calls received from 9 a. m.

on except Sunday

MISS JESSE NAGLE, IN "MY LA DY FRIENDS," AT THE WHITNEY

Any way you look at it - whether from the
standpoint of purity, therefore safety; or from
the standpoint of food value, of genuine good-

ness; you are justified in ordering

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THEATRE TONIGHT
REPORT BAD STATE
LABOR CONDLTIONS
Lansing, Mich., Feb. 2.-The unem-
ployment situation in Michigan was
more serious in December than in No-
vember,'as shown by the December
report of the Michigan Free Employ-
ment bureau, issued by M. D. Kirby,
chief deputy labor commissioner. Mr.
Kirby expressed the belief that condi-
tions would show an improvement dur-
ing January, due to resumption of pro-
duction by many large plants in the
state, although official figures are not
yet available.
During December employers made
but 1,561 applications against 2,129 in
November. The number of men em-
ployes sought by employers in Decem-
ber was 1,754, against 2,751 in Novem-
ber. The number of women asked
for in December was 641, against 678
in. November.
The number of persons applying for
work in December showed decided
gains over the November figures. The
December figures were:
Men applying for work, 15,741; wo-
men applying for work, 1,197; men re-
ferred to positions, 1,821; women re-
ferred to positions, 514; positions filled
by men, 1,724; positions filled by wo-
men, 479.
The November, figures were: Men
applying for positions, 10,514; women
applying for positions, 1,098; men re-
ferred to positions, 2,546; women re-
ferred topositions,538; positions filled
by men, 2,350; positions filled by wo-
men, 468.

PROF. YOUNG APPOINTED TO ACT
ON STATE FOREST COMMITTEE
Prof. L. J. Young, of the forestry
department, is one of a committee of
five, appointed by the Michigan State
Farm bureau to propose new legisla-
tion to the incoming House of Repre-
sentatives concerning state forests.
The other members of the committee
are made up of a professor of forestry
from Michigan Agricultural college, a
federal official, and two state officers.
These men will formulate plans that
will enable the farmer to dispose of
his logs fn small quantities at a fair
price. They will also formulate new
forest fire laws because the present
ones are inadequate.
S fir:BEST WINTERTIME
TREAT - IS Ae)NDANCE
OF HEAT

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THE RATE FOR STUDENT WORK

is now 40c per hour

New Spring Woolens
are now on display at the
new low prices
All our regular staple stock has been
reduced to the present low prices.
Don't wait until you want to step into
a suit to place your order. It takes time
to do good tailoring.
"Some say" prices ill be higher in April.
Jo KARL MALCOLM
LIBERTY STREET AT MAYNARD

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THE TURKISH
CIGARETTE

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W INTER time is the time of
year when a man and his
family appreciates the bounti-
ful blessings of perfect plumb-
ing. If your home isn't prop-
erly heated you ought to call
us up on the phone and let us
figure out with you just what's
needed. Our prices are correct.
BERENAK & MARTIN

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New Victor Records for
'February

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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 it's
Sa LION."
MURADSCOST 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.

FOREIGN WAR VETERANS TO
GIVE-DANCE LAST OF MONTH,
A dance will be given by the Vet-.
erans of Foreign Wars, Richard N.
Hall post, at 8 o'clock Friday, Feb. 26,
in the league rooms of Barbour gym-
nasium. The chaperones will be Major
and Mrs. Arthur, Prof. and Mrs. Hay-1
den, and Dr. and Mrs. Wollcott.

PLUMBING

HEATING

REPAIRING
Phone 2452

But they wouldn't be
Foxes I

MURADS-they'd only be

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320 NORTH MAIN STREET
- A DESIRE
FOR ANY TYPE OF DANCING
may easily be satisfied at
MLLE.
JEANETTE KRUZSKA'S
DANCING STUDIO
AESTHETIC DANCING
SOFT SHOE DANCING
TOE DANCING,
BALL ROOM DANCING
We aim to make you graceful
in addition to knowing steps
Instructors
MLLE. KRUZSKA
PHILIP MILLER, '23
Studio-324 E. Huron St.
Phone 2808-R

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Are here ready for your approval. We shall be glad to play
any or all whenever it suits your convenience. Come in and
hear them today, or ask for the illustrated booklet describing
them.
64924 10 in. Love Nest........................Fritz Krelser
64925 10 in. 'Tis an Irish Girl I Love and She's Just Like You
John McCormack
74661 12 in. Eighth Symphony in F Major..Philadelphia Orchestra
18710 10 in.. Broadway Rose......Henry Burr and Peerless Quartet
Mother's Lullaby .................... Sterling Trio
18712 10 in. Oh Gee? Say Geel You Ought to See My Gee Gee
from the Fiji Isle.................
My Home Town is a One-Horse.Town y
Victor Roberts and Itarmonize'rs Quartet
18713 10 in. Twelfth Street Rag-Fox Trot........All Star Trio
Dotty Dimples-One Step...............All Star Trio
18714 10 in. Tip Top-Medley Fox Trot...... Six Brown Brothers
If a Wish Could Make It So-Medley Fox Trot
Six Brown Brothers
18716 10 in. My Isle of Golden Dreams-Waltz
Blue & White :Marimba Band
Let the Rest of the World Go By-Waltz
Frank Ferera-Anthony Franchhdi
85704 12 in. Just Snap Your Fingers at Care-Darling
Medley Fox Trot.. Paul Whiteman and His Orch,
Caresses-Pm a Lonesome Little Raindrop
Medley Fox Trot.. Paul Whiteman and His Orch.
Schaeberle n us
110 S. Main St.

"Judge for Yourself-!"

Special attention is called
to Murad 20s in Tin Boxes

andF4rtanrer~ind

Ladies Party Gowns

a Specialty

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DANCES

FRIDAY

AND

SATURDAY

BEST MUSIC IN TOWN.

TICKETS AT

GRAHAM'S SLATER'S AND FISHER'S

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