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E MICHIGAN D<AILY

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COLUMN
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DVERTISING

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DILUY CLASSIFIED RATESI
the rate' of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, Ilec per
e for three cr more insertions. White space rcharged for at same
isifieds charged only to those having phones. Asl: about c-"ntracts
A advertising.
reading line for one or two insertions, 9e per readig line for
ore insertions, cash in advance. Minimum. 3 lines per insertion.
~Iassii'~d ColuzollClosesa ~t L" o'Clock iNoon, Saturday,
VED CHEF for the surn- BE A 'NEWSPAPER Correspondent
:hs at summer resort. Care ,with the Heacock 'Plp~n and earn a
ly, Box 9. good income while learning; we#
show you how; begin actual work -,t
ING and all rinlds of once, all or spare time; experience
sewing dlone. ReaSon1- unnecessary; no canvassing; send
R14th Street or phione for particulars. Newswriters Train-,
ing Bureau, Buffalo, N. Y.

'QROSSES BLAZE As
,1 YLarge Symbol 20 Feet 111L, z %irii Fort
1 hoar; Tio Others Al o Seen
I'a"t Night.
K'LNIR:EN II~E IN ITEGAL1A
Three huge fiery cross'es blazed
brightly last nih;ht about various parts
of the town. In the northern section
of Ann Arbor on W high hill across
the Huron river the largest cross
burned furiously for more than an
hour. This redl cross measured more
than 20 feet in height. and 12 feet
on the cross bar. It had been cover-
ed with oily rags and was supported
iy heavy wires stretched tc nearby
posts.
While the reporter was standing by,
a mnan, apparently a klansmnan, pulledj
the burning cro~'s to the ground. A
smaller cross was then, placed within
100 feet from the Michigan Central
railroad station near the negro settle-!
ment of the town. The reporter
learned from bystanders that two men
had driven up in an automobile and
st opped long enough to set fire to the
cross.
At the intersection of Lawrence andi
State streets a third cross was set ups
and was constructed of the same mat-
erial as that used in the other two.'
The situation of this cross was in the
vicinity of the St. Thomas catholic
church.
It was reported that more than one
hundred klansmen in white robes and
hoods were seen at 7:30 o'clock by the
larger cross across the river but this
was not definitely confirmed.

Mustache Fadt On
Decline At 0. S.

2~c cia 1 Study of ;Yl~f72t ei n theii
I iih Scool" atoneof theseso.
;!ry eca::i; tion d i :;:rt? t and l Ot-

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Columbus, March 17- 1stu' i.7r I Vsn lte f sne rom
are not _lopular on thle O i3Ia r vrit nitsuynga h
campus. Students of 1law, journa1ls, Uniritylw o }t hicago,1wILaoaten
and .agriculture have none at all. Tonc 1
percent of the medics sport the. _________________
however, as a symbol of their dignity
and poise. A fad for mustaches star,:t- Cl .as s i e 4-,.ont.
ed in the pharmacy school reccent-ly --
but soon subsided. Ecuie cleit styles for
Among those who do indulge in L1he' s l r~xomaen. Ne1elework;of- allf
unpopular style, varying tynes Of sids. ExjwrI;'inCed w1 orkmalnshlp.
growth are in vogue. There is the nw~ I. Io R~eAM6SA
~~~~~~41"fade-away" which starts thickly l 1 Topsn hoe278W
der the nose and then (lies off, anal theE
exact opposite to this, the "Flock.'" .1imm'e the adtaker" sells anything
Then there is the "rat-tail" andl the quly.A

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AA E 1G ROOM OR SMALL SUITE
,lr middle aged woman in clean,
Well-lighted hose, South of campus
prefered,. Phone 2579-M.
FOR J1EXT
$5.0monthly Infurnishel, heated
lbgthousekeeping rooms, first floor
fiar High School. Will partlyl
fsirnsh for extra nominal charge.
Ralph T. "Swezey, Phone 158.
$5.0j weekly Singl roms for busi-
ness women. Ralph T. Swezey, 59
Thompson St. 2970-W.
H-IGIILY DESIRABLE front suite with_
kitchenette;, also room suitable for
1 o,,r 2 persons; close in. 2845-J.
.FOUJNTAIN" PEN INK
INS is the life blood of your Foun-
tain ' Pen. One filling of ┬░vicious ink
wll, spoil the flow of your pen per-
manently. Take -no chances, get a
bottle if our special formula Diamond F
Writing Fluid.. We guarantee it the
best~
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St.
TYPE WRITNG
ALL MAK ES. Agency Woodstock and '
Oftver typewrters, Sundstrand add-
Igg machine, Line-a-Tim copy
holders, rubber stamps, 'ribbons,
cushion keys, typecleaners and sip-
pies.",'Macinies ren'ted.T
ANN ARBO0R TYPEWRITERI
EXqHfANGE. Phone 866, downtown
IE. Williams.
TYPE9WRITING and MIMEOGRAPHI
promptly and neatly dlone. I
Thieses, sudents notes and college
work a special ty.
0. D. MORRILL-
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
"17 t'ickes' "Arcade'
COS3T1ETIC SERVICE
l Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Remnovedermanently by
S . ELECTROLYSIS
E ECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
Ily ppointment only Phone 1167-1.n
TYPEWRITER REPAI~TN4VO
TYPEWRITERS
of toi best standard makes $1500 up.
Easy terms if desired. Renting,
cle ing and repairing a specialty
Largest stock in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
De ler: L. C. Smith & Corona type-
writers.- Typewriters supplies, Rub-S
ber. stamnps, Rlubber key caps, ribbons,
car Tou paperl et.
LOST
GO DFIAGREEbckle t ithi
three emeralds, in driveway at
side tiQor of Union on Sunday after-
non. 'Finder pleaset call Sue
C4awford, 249,
FOUNTAIN PENS
A *EAT Job of Gold Leaf embosing
ciyour Fountain Pen. 25 cents at
RUIR'S PEN SHOP
02 State St
FOR IlIRE
T4KE advantage of the peppy wea-
ter, gt out in the open. Call
O069-J, for a car.
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SNeatly combed, well kept hair is a
business and social asset.
CSTACOMIB makes the hair stay combed
in any style you like event after it has
just been washed.
, fe til ue STACOAMB-the original -has beer'
sed for years by stars of stage and
screen-leaders of style. kWrite today {
for feetraltue. (
STubes-35c '9Jars= 75c ' !

4i =a ) "T Sr iing aCal!io
You Howl
. B. ABBOTT R. J. CHICK
AN EXPERIENCED insuran3.ce solic-
itor. Reply stating. phone number
for appointment. Box 4.
ENORAVINi
CALL4ING CADS, Wedding Announce-
ments, etc. Orders given prompt.
attention. BIDJLUES HO OD STORE

"misplaced eye-br'ow." The funniest.
of them all is the "basketball" n7 s-j
tache-five on each side. y
DAVIS TO ATTEND I
COLLEGE MEETIN114G
Prof. C. 0. Davis, of the secondary
education department, left yesterday
for Chicago to attend the annual con-!
vention of the North Central Associa-!
tion of Colleges and Secondary schools.
which takes place this week in Chica-
go. Professor :Davis will talk on "'The

IRIw;4N~i WARflOLIS, Dv S. C.
iropodisl and
Orthopedist
73J7 N'Jarth U ilv ra 4# Phone 2652
(Wit hout 1::reakfast)
FOUR DOLLARS
81Fi-EAST WAShYiNGTO'N
Near Lane aI"ll

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Nou 11. Nickels Arcade.!
REAL ESTATE 9KR RYT S1K I
H-OME TA will accommodate (l a~ h1
twenty-five. Three baths. Price 9T ECONOMICSU SMOKER
reasonable with only $3,000 down. ____
Monthly_ payments low. For ap-
pointment call Mrs. Burnett, 315 Prof. DeWitt H. Parker, of the Phil-
or 2781. osophy department, will give a short
address at the University Chamber of
IHISICAL Commerce slnolier, .to be held at 7:301
A. SMALL' $25.00 'VICTlROLA on o'clock tomorrow n~ight in the as-
yourf sembly hall of the Union.. Professor i
study desk for a little recreation is5 Parker is to take the place of Mr.
justthethig. ee Shaeerl & Carl F. Brand, of the English history
Son, 110 S. Main St. department, who had previously been
TED RI-OADES orchestra presents engaged for the talk.
Jfoe Sweeney and his five-piece or- Prof. Edmund E. Day, of the Econ-
chestra. omics department will also give an ad-1
dress. Hie has announced as the sub-
14ISCE I.AN OiFs ject for his talk, "The New School of
_____________________________Business Administration." ..There are:
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned, also to be several features of a uni-}
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works. clue nature, arid music-will be furn-
Phone 50. ished by the "Michigan Troubadours".
Although an all campus affair it is'
Tiet Place W1here Youill Be Satisfied designed principally. for students of
II SITA SUPLYCO. Economics and business administr-
HOSPTALSUPPY C. aionandtickts illbe available
(e.Gizlir, Mg r.tI om a all memberssor atei ailds
Makers and Dealers in of the Union.I
Surgicl nd u Surgical Inwt1,uments
Abit ~~il Belts, Artificial Limbis Wenley.To Speak
Bracs, Trus--ses, Arch Supports#
Experimental Work of All Kinds Before Institute3
licrotonme Kniives Ground and Other !
Fie Grinding Prof. Robert M. Wenley, of the do-j
Plating and Repair 'X',rk ! partmlent of philosophy, is to be the
"I UOujq [ A J principal speaker at a meeting of the
I~I?9t6 eulita ,, Institute of Religious Education' at.
7:30 o'clock tonight at Lane Hall, un-
_____________________________der the auspices 'of the Student; Christ-
PANTS TO 1iIA1CIL YOUR COAT ian Association.
AND I-EST. Chas. Doukas, 901 N. Professor Wenley has chosen as the
University.! subject for his talk "Some Aspects of
-.-.. .- ..Piety,% and it is thought that he will
SHOES R~EPAIRED while you wait, be able to give some interesting and
Full soles a 'specialty. 0. G. Andres educational facts concerning the pre-a
222 S5. State. sent day religious situation. The
Imeeting will be open to everyone.

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BROGUE OXFORDS

For College Men

Black or tan,
Calfskin -. , .
These are genuine English Oxfords, made in
England for R. H. Fyfe & Co. The style
featured is one of our new Cambridge models.

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Now on display at

Marquardt's 'Tailor Shop

608 EAST LIBERTY
ANN ARBOR

your attire, and must be exactly
right in every detail. You'll find
here all the prevailing shapes
and sha des --- in all sizes.

Famous Wrigley Bnildingv in Chicogo Being Doubied i '&h

THE TWIN-FELT-EDGE is eery popular
sIII~ 7 . -- 7 ?7

'The part of the Wrigley Build-
inzg erected two years ago has illed

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