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ICOLUMN!
CLOSES
AT 3 .M.

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WANTED'
FROLIC ticket. Address Boa~
are of Daily.

SPEIAIL FOR 2 weks only, Ladies
orGet Riding boats made to ord-f
der for $15. Get your order in at
one.rAn Arb~or Custom Shoe Fac-
tory. 534 For est Ave. Phone 3043.
ONE FRO S1I FROLICj ticket. Call
3277-J. Ask ford "Al".k
BE A ~ NEWSPAPER Correspondent
with the UeacockPlan and, earn a
good. income while learning; we
show you how; begin actual work at I
once; all or spare time; experience
unnecessary; no canvassing; send
for particulars. Newswriters Train-!
ing B~ureau, Buffalo, N. Y.
STUDENT TO SOLICIT insuraLnce,
auto, dwellings, cottages, business
property, burglarly, plate glass, and
etc. Liberal commissions. Write
P. 0. Box 218.
STUDENTS wanted for spare time
work. Address Box A. M. S.
FC(q SALE
I1lRING ,YOUR repairs where shoes.
are Amade. Ann Arbor ,Custom Shoe
Factory, 534 Forest Ave. Phone
3043.'
WILLIS-KNIGHT roadster, 1918, mot-
or excellent condition. Good tires.
1924 license. New k~haki top. Own-
er leaving town.' $135.00, $65 down.
Call Perce, 1630-J, after 8 o'clock.
STEAM HEATED house on Ferdon
Rd. Four bedrooms, double Garage.
Call13017-W.
.CLEANING and Pressing establish-
m~ent. Call 885-J.
Nash 6 Roadster, new Tires $350
Olds Light Six Touring ......$250
Oakland Six Touring.....$100
Ford Sedan 1921.......$225
ANN ARBOR NASH( COMPANY
A. C. Marquardt
Opposite the Majestic
Nash and Maxwell Service
DU GS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.

MONE~Y TO FFISIJ
SC~HOLTHIS SPRING
$0O)Sprfing 1"u- k thm
Fall 23:3,1 mid We Will3 Tell
You Ho"N
L. B1. ABBOTT 141. J. C ;IUK
.336 so. iivis il

ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
IOliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
ho+,l(ers, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cush ion keys5, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Mlachi nes rented.
EXCHANGE. Phione 866. downtoWn
No.9J Anii Arbor Siav. Bank Bldg.
jTYPEWRITING and MIMEOGRAPHI
promptly and neatly done.
E Theses, students notes and coilege
wor'k a specialty.
0. D. MORR'ILL
The Typewrit.er & Stationery Store

Trouble Scented In ivalry in Important changes were registered i
j the race for the fraternity all-j
Of Nations Over Caliphate', around athletic efficiency cu, when
the points earned in the recent bask.-t
_.' ? etball and bowling tournaments were
f >~y....._. awarded. Complete data on the pres-.
th'is tournam~ent must be in bytTiles-
, ~ morrow.
The race for the champj[lsi ip of
'the fraternity relays waspotne
:'<:.'until next Tuesday night, owing to the
.~. disability of some of the runners.
~ . Entries are being accepted for the
~ < Ifreshmen wrestling tournament whichI
{ ~At the present time, here are three
4 modals for men who were victors in
..{; t the recent all-campus swimningj
4nmeet. Th following men should call ,
=: ;;:: ..and tget their rewards: Seidman,
Vttngham and Johnson.
Under~ the auspices of the Intrainur-
> v ,al department of the University of
j " Minnesota, an all-Conference frater-

recent fraternity tournament can
their scores to count as part. oft
quired number providing theya
andl shoot the remaining numb(
de:- the eye of an Intramural of
BECKER CAPTUPES
UNION TO URN4 MY
Curtis D. Becker, '26, won th
fcampus straight rail billiard tc
nent which is held annualIlyI
Union, thereby gaining possess.
the cup symbolic of the chan
hI. HEt. Heck, '24E, was ri
up in the tourniament.
The Union will now hold a.
campus three cushion tourn
and all those interested should
their entries A~t once. AllI entri
t Ihi stournament must be in by
(lay;igt A cup will be aware
the winner.
Patronize Daily Adveriser.-.

React the Want

As

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BusINEss IRECTOR-Y

All Electric Shop
Ph. 3420 202 E, Washington St.j
BEAUT11 [Y PAILQR
)IA( 'KRAND tC0.
Third .F=loor
BLUE BIERDSTAIR STIOITE
5 Nickels Arcade
Phone 3165
BOAR.DlING hUSE.A
Try the CI.IBB HOUSE
Established in 1899.-
BOO0KS
WAHIR'S UMN VERZSITY BOON STORE
316 State St.
104 N. Main St,
CHILDREN'S WEAR
THlE DEL AN O SHOP
4 Nickels Arcade1
13RUGSTORIES
FPISCHER'S PHARMACY
Corner Fifth & Liberty
CALRDtS-IFLETCHIER 'DRIJG CO.
3 Stores
324 S. State St.
Corner E. & S. University
Corner S, State & Packard
Drugs-Kodaks
Candy.--Soda-Water
FLO WERlS
BLIPTI A ZE 11100-SO 1t SHOP
9 Nickels Arcade
213) ELiberty
~TAILOR
h 'A STER S lT$
Interstate Tailors Offering wonder-
ful values in. Thilor Made Sits.
$26.00 and $31. 0
Small deposit requi~red. Local tail-
or guarantees perfet satisfaction.
Call or phoane 123 for 'appoirntment.
Order ' now for good delivery.
Mr. ]Melnerney
s American Hotel
SPRINGWOOLE}
New line, latest spring styles. Comte
in and let me show you, some real ma-
terial. Priced very attractively.

ZPURNl' I'liE
P")UNTAi-N PENS
VIR .s' IDSPN kSHlOP
302 State St.-

The King of lied ja (left),

Abdul )Fedjid
Fua.d of Egypt

(right) and

(insertQ RKin

( IAR1AGft

Auto Accessories
Tires and Repairing
LICULTY'S t23 E. Liberty-
THIII 1ESUPLY t'STORE
209-11 East Washington St.
Phone 112-Free Delivery
Try this Stoer. You are reasonably
sure of finding just what you want at
the right price.
JEW L ERS
ARCADE JEWELRY SHOP
Carl F. Bay
LAI)IE'S ILEAD)Y-TO-WEAR
MACK AND CO.
Second Floor
JANTE SINGILETON SHOP
8 Nickels Arcade
1MEN'S CLOTHII'NG
W111l) & CO.--
Tailors & Haberdashers to Michigan
Men
2MACK ANDCO.
Second Floor
PHIOTO(G1V I 1'1 I? S
DEY STU"IDIO
Mu1iratone Pocrtrait;, & Frames
1144'1 ANi1) CO.
viain Floor

London, March 21. - Englishmen
sympathetic towardm the viewpoint of
Great Britain's Mohammedan wards I
read trouble in the rivalry betweeni
England and Franc( over the setting,
tip of a successor to th,- deposed Cal-
iph Abdul Medjidl.
The British overnmernt ihas been told
privately that leadin g Ind ian Mloslems
refuse to acce Pt. King. luss~i, the!
British protected ruler of the Hedjaz,
in Arabia., as caliph in succession to
Medjid, who was expelled by the Turk-
ish national assembly. Hussein. who0
claims to be a direct descendant ofI
Mohammed has been accepted as
c'aliph by his people.
The Indian refusal is backed by the
threat that if Hussein is backed by
the Brit~h, the 70,000,000 Indian Mo-
hammedans will support the candid I
ate of the Amir of Afghanistan, who
is exceedingly anti-British.s
When it is understood that the caliphj
is the spiritual leader of all, Moham-
medans, and in some ways exerts
more influence over them than theo
p~ope does over Roman Catholics, it
can be realized how important GreatU
Britain believes it is to have one o
its own partisans filling the role..of.
caliph.
France wold jike to see one of its!
Own adherents, the Sultan of 1Moroc-
co, as caliph and it has not gieen up
its efforts to install him.
King F'aud of Egypt is another can-
didlate. lie is not receiving any' sup-
lookhs «withy disfavor on his efforts in
port from France an' Croat llriin
view cut the strong; natinistic tenden-
cie permeating the J~angrlm of the
Nile at present.}

The upheaval in the affairs of the
cal iih is worrying Jews. They are
w, atching with intent interest dev el-
opm ents in the situation. Palestine,
the homeland, is a bridg-e between the
Arabs and, the Egyptians and the
transfeenc of the caliphate rizayj
cause serious friction betw*een the
two peoples. I-en ce their interest.
The main event of next -week on the
Intramural sports program is the an-
nual all-campus wrestling tournament.
All entrants must weight in Monday
afternoon before 5 o'clock. The draw-I
ings will be made that evening and
the first round will begin. Tuesday and
be continued through Wednesday.
Each bout in the preliminaries will
be of five minutes in length and two
extra two minute periods will be al-f
lowed in case of a tie at the 'end -of
the five minute session. Coach Bark-
er will referee all matches.
EAll men who intend to participate
in the class bowling tournament
should get in touch with the class ath-
letic managers today and-make plans
for entry as the meet will start soon.
Present smNviv-rs in the all-campus
bowling toirnamnent, singles anid dou-
bles§, Must have their scheduled mnatch-I
es played orff by 5 o'clock Tuesday af-
ternoon.:

An early Shawing of Lalc iA:riv als

d

for

.Well in advance of Spring--and cl in
advance, of fashion-the Woo ifoik men's
store presents the correct type of clothing
and accessories that the well dressed man
should wear this Spring-if he expects to
retain the title !
SUITS AND TOPCOATS AT
:AND UPWARDS.

Guy Wo olfo lk&Co.
3~36 S. State Street

COCOA DOOR MATS. Extra good
~values at $1.20; $:25; $1.50; $1.75;
$2.00; $2.25 anid $2.50.
The Home Supply Store
Tpl. 112. Free Delivery
SII OFS REPAIRED while you wait,
.Tull soles a specialty. 0. G. Andres
222 S. State.

ANN ANRBOR
Exclusive represcn~tativ in Aljichig nj for
MAX ABRAMS of Chicg

, .,~ I,
',~ ~
~!P
,~ ~' 3
3' -& .-~ r -~

ALFJI1E1 J. 17BINC.
12 Nickels Arcade

-L

,,T US MAKE your spring shoes any
style, from $8.50 up. Made to your
measure. Salesmen wanted. Ann'
Arbor Custom Shoe Factory. 534
Forest Ave. Phone 30 43.

4,114 4 41T,

IExclusive collegiate it3ls
bung women. Needlework of
.fds. Experien~ced workmanship.
'MRS. R. T. REAM-
411 Thompson. Phone 2768-W.

for

CALLING Cards, Wedding Announce-
,ments, etc. Orders given prompt
~attention. BIDDLE'S4 BOOK STORE
~No. 11 Nickels Arcade.

$24.50 and $31.50

'WEDNESDAY SPECIALS

.®..

Leaf Lettuce, (curly).....-12 1-2c lb.
Large juicy Navel oranges . .25c a doz.
Try our home made breakfast sau-
~sages...........30c 1lb.
Fres caghtfish every dlay.
IVEN'IIA .~tISE.NDO tIERCO.
Phone 1500
TKE advantage of the peppy wea-
ther, get out in the open. Call
1069-J, for a car.
FOR RENT

PP--"

L~L MODERN bungalow on Ged-
: ~ Rn 3Plinn 2241.

k

.UOD . rlulm 4111
IIN PRIVATE family, reason-
distance from campus by Sen-
Lit. Address Box 6, Michigan

-1

Take advantage of this wonderful off-
er and. come early,
RERMAN the TAILOR
802 S. State
PANTS TO MATCH YOUR COA I
AND VEST. Chas. Doukas, 901 N.
'University.T
;ANINRESNGIEARN-
half hour service. Charles Doukas,I
901.N. University.
FOUNTAIN PENS
4 NEAT job of Gold Leaf embossing
on your Fountain Pen. 25 cents at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St
REAL FESTATEj
AT COST
An attractive five room Bungalow
on
A valuable lot
within
Two blocks of campus
City improvement :paid for
at
I~$'7800
L. D. CAIN & C. J. TREM-IMEL.
17 Say. Bank' Bldg. Ph. 441-F-i
Large Residence Lots
- Iii
BeeilSubdivision
On
Brockmnan Boulevard
and
'Ioodside near Waslteniaw

'I9,1 PAPER t& PAINTS
C. H. 2MAJOR. & CO.
203 E. Washington:.
Phone 23'7
WATCH REPAiIING ~
ARNOL(D'S ' S.TTESTREET
For fine watch repairing
TYPE~WRITER REPAIRING
TYPEWRITERS
of the best standard makes $15.00 up.
Easy terms if desired. Renting,
cleaning and repairing a specialty.
Largest stock in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona type-
*writers. Typ w riters supplies, Rub-
ber stamps, Rubber key caps, ribbons,
carbon paper, etc.
CLEANING AND PRESSING
SPECIAL
FOR
ONE 'WEEK
SUITS,
CLEAVNED AND PRESSED 1
$1.00
HORA CE.CLAVEAU
1221 S. University, Phone SS5-.
A SMALL $25.00 VICTROLA on your
study desk for a little recreation is
just the thing. See Schaeberle&
Son, 110 S. Main St.
Sport Snap Shots
'(Continued trom Page Six)
Lodge live five rounds with him and
there are a dozen or more trunk mov-
ers who could tap Mr. Lodge on the
button in one round. And then Firpo
announces that he was out of condi-
tion and could slam the Manassa
Mlauler all over the place if they metI
again, According to this two and six
4nalke eleven.
The Mike-McTigue-Young Strib-
liug bout in Newark, N. J., is still on.
RBut the name of the referee hasn',t
baeen announcd yet. The prof toters,
and muanagers ;re trying to find somre-1
one wh-Io guersses ony once and can
get o4tof town b efore e is requested
wiha (:olt,,-to reverse his opinion.

v gig his Is

VorOPPORTUNITY!

Daily.
FOR RENT
n room apartment on Tappan Ave. ;
e bedrooms, Owner will lease from
ne 1st 1924 to September 1st 1925.1
Call Mlr. Newton
one 315 Evenings 2964-J
iEXPE~RIENCED insurance solicit-
r. Reply stating phone number
.or appointment. Box 4 Michaigan
Daily.
USUAI SWEATERS, blouses, hos-
ery at The Jane Singleton Shops,
Nickels Arcade.j
ICIAL FOR Saturday only. Two
ackages of Camels 25c. Dintys,
'orner Catherine and State.
LOST
)DAIK, POST CARD size. Beck
kna'igrnat lens. Somewhere on
ampus. Alumni Association, Mem-~
orial Building. Tel. 'Univ. 97-M.
LOWN LEATHER bill fold Wednes-
day. Finder please notify Box 7,
Michigan Daily.
PFOUNTAITN'PEN INK

A $4,000,000 corporation with,250 branch offices offers profitable
employment to college students. You will be backed by one of
the biggest national adv ertising campaigns ever run.
FORING AND SUMMER VACATION

RESERVE YOUR TERRITORY NOW
FOR PARTICULARS SEE OR PRONE.

Lf

Prices and Terms are right
F. CRR &C. J. TRZEITEL
17 A,. A. Say-. Bank lIdg.
Phone 441-F-1
COSMETIC SERVICE

Superfluous
1,ACIA-L hAIRS
1Removed TPegimnat~l y

L. W. Slack, '25, Head Organizer
Lyndon{ Studio or 579-M
John DeTar, '25.... ........619-R
R. H. Davis, '26L ............ 2368-M
H. E. Fritsche, '24............. 2863-J
J. A.Avery, '25L.......... ... 189
D. I. Kline, '25 .................2970-J
E. J. Francisco,......... .Lyndon Studio

Perry M. Hayden,. '25, Head Organizer
Michigan Daily or 2738
Jack Eastwood, 25....... ....2878-R
John Elliott, '26 ... .. ....Ypsi 785-W
Seth Hubbard, '24.......... ...1612-H
Millard Pryor, '24.. ........1 680-R
Elmer Salzman, '25........2726-M
Gilbert Rian, '26....... ....... 11 70-M

I ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE Pro y Spearks at Dinner
Pr'.Edmund E. Day, of the econ-
By appointment only Phone 1167-R.
I - -ornics ;' mtar tment, met with the ad-.

Ross L.T Taylor l '24 .

:2308-.M

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