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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

LASSIF IE D
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M,

FOR BENT
MODERN NINE ROOM house newly
deorated. Good location,9just off
E. University. Phone 3290.
;1DOUBLE OR SINGLE room with pri-
vate family. 10 minutes walk from
campus. Phone 2893-J. 421Ben-
jamin St.
ONE LARGE ROOM for two or will
rent in as a single room. Phone 2-
89-W.
FOR SALE
SORORITIES TAKE notice. For sale
one oi the finest homes in the city.
Twenty rooms, extra large site.
YOU WILL LAUGH and enjoy The
Dover Road, Wednesday, February
20th at Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
OAK LIVING ROOM table and A:min-
ister rug.
Will take a small cotract as part
apyment on modern six room house
located between State and Main
Phone 617.
MODERN NINE room house, S. E. sec-
tion. Newly decorated. Lot 50x
150. Will trade for large income
property. Phone 2438.
ORANGES-CARLOAD of Florida-
sweets, direct from the grove. Pick-
ed the 8tht of February. Ann Arbor
team track, 1st St. $2.50 bushel, or
75c per peck.
THREE ACRES
To be voted into city in Spring.
Faces two streets. Hill to build on.
Electricity and water to be put in.
' his in as opportunity to benefit
from rapidly increasing value. O niy
$3300 if taken at once. -
L. D. Carr and C. J. Treinnel
17 Sav. Bank Bldg. Ph. 441-F-1.
venings Ph. 3034-R.
REAL ESTATE
A-REAL-BUY
Located-four blocks from-Campus
14 rom brick veneer house
Steam Heat
Oak floors and finish thr out
Two complete bath rooms
Full basement
Property in excellent condition.
$2,000.00 down
Easy terms on balance..
POMMERENING and B AESS
506 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 3091
NEW DOUBLE HOUSE
Seven minutes walk to 'campus.
Fear carline. Five cozy rooms in
each part. Steam heat. Just the
house for a small family desiring a
comfortable home and income without
the inconvenience and work of keep-
ing roomers. Shown only by ar-
rangement.
L. D. Carr and C. P. Treniiel
17 Sav. Bk. Bldg. Phone 441-F-1.
WANTED HELP
BE A., NEWSPAPER Correspondent
with the Heacock Plan and earn a
. good income while learning; we
show you how; begin actual work at
once; all or spare time; experience
unnecessary; no canvassing; send
for particulars. Newswriters Train-
ing Bureau, Buffalo, N. Y.
THE NORTH RIDGE Brush Co. is
now ready to help solve that vaca-
tion work problem that confronts
many college students. We have
' helped hundreds of students in the
last 3 years, let us help you. Our
proposition nets good workers from
$500 to $1000 per summer. Call
233-J from 1 to 6 for appointment
as soon as possible as territory is

going fast. R. J. Chick, L. B. Ab-
bot, 336 S. Division, Phone 233-J
WANTED
as porter. References. Phone Frank'
371.
;-ELOPING COUPLES take The Dover
Road from London to Paris. Their
adventure on the way present a
pleasing Comedy. Sarah Caswell
Angell Hall, Wednesday, Feb. 20.
THE ALUMINUM Cooking Utensil
Company, manufactuers of "Wear-
Ever", has put some 20,000 men
through universities and colleges.
The Company is pleased to an-
nounce the following representa-
tives who will explain the work.
Appointments can be made by phon-
ing between 7 and 8 in the evening.
Hjalmar S. Hansen, 555 S. Divikkion,
Phone 2520-M. Howard A. Sheri-
dan, 223 Sfl. Ingalls, Phone 2758-J.
Robert C. Winter, 714 Haven Ave,
Phone 685-J. Arnold S. Gingrich,
810 Dewey.

TWO MEN NEEDED for work next
summer. Phone 1273-W between
6 and 7 tonight.
BY JUNIOR lit, a room-mate. Front
room at 506 E. Jefferson. One block
from campus. Phone 516-M.
LOST
FRIDAY NIGHT at the Union dark
brown kid gloves, stitched with
brown silk and gold beads. Points
of yellow kid around the wrists.
Reward. Call 184.
GOLD WATCH in eastern part of city
Radio dial. Initials G. W. C. Re-
ward. Call 188.
A BUNCH OF keys. Finder please
call 1097-R.
SUNDAY MORNING gold pencil on E.
University between Oakland and
Vaughn. Please call 2819-W.
POUND.
PAIR BLACK RIMMED spectacles
belonging to student who rode from
Ypsi to A. A. Friday night in Ford.'
Owner can have same by asking for
Watson, tool room of new engineer-
ing shops and paying for this ad.
THE DOVER ROAD will please you.
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, Wednes-
day, February 20.
TYPE~i& ITING 1
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. Typewriters supplies, Rub-
ber stamps, Rubber key caps, ribbons,
carbon paper, etc.
TYPEWRITING and MIMEOGRAPHI
promptly and neatly done.
Theses, students notes and college
work a specialty.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcarde
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
TYPEWRITER REPAIIING
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and -
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
516 E. Williams.J
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented. E
*ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS
DR. W. S. MILLS
Osteopathic Physician
1616 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 321 F-1.
COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
224 Nickel's Arcade
By Appointment only
Phone 1167-R.
3-6 p. m.

BEAUTY SHOP
WHY LOOK OLD AT THIRTY?
Muscles Oil Facials lift the sagging
muscles, feed the tissues an d iron out
the lines. Violets rays eliminate dan-
druff, feed the scalp and restore your
hair to the luster of youth.
ARCADIA BEAUTY SHOP
Room 21 Wuerth Arcade
Phone 1733-R._
I KEEP PHYSICALLY ft by the daily
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen
on Records. Complete outfits sold
by Schaeberle & Son.
USED BRUNSWICK phonograph
This is a bargain you will not of-
ten find. Pay same as rent. Uni-
versity Music House.
CONN BAND and orchestra instru-
ments. We are excluive agents
in Ann Arbor. Sold on the month-
ly payment plan. University .Nusic
House.
FOUNTAIN PEWS '
A NEA' job of Gold Leaf embossing
on your Fountain Pen. 25 cents at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St
BOARD
WHOLESOME FOOD, home-cooked to
a queen's taste, with unexcelled ser-
vice and music thrown in at Varsity
Lodge Dining Hal, 611 ChurchSt.
Begin any day. Tables for girls.
CI ELLANEOUS
flABCOCK'S EUROPEAN AND
AMERICAN TOURS
Europe, sailing June 21. Cunard
Line, visiting Ireland, Scotland, ing-
land, France, Italy, Switzerland, Bel-
gium and Holland. $900, no extras.
Established 1900.
BABCOCK'S TOURS I,
EAST ORANGE1
NEW JERSEY
SHOES REPAIRED while you wait,
Full soles a specialty. O. G. Andres
222 S. State.
PALMOLIVE, KIRK'S Hardwater
Castile or Trilby Soap. 3 for 25c.'
College Grocery, 516 W. Williams.
Athena to Discuss Election
"Prospects for 1924 Elections" will
be discussed. at the, meeting of the
Athena iterary society which will be
held at 7:15 o'clock tonight in the
Alpha Nu rooms of University hall.
The principal speakers will be Mar-
garet Gedds, '26, Dorothy Bolton, '24,
Madeline McGurk, '24, Elizabeth Mc-
Dowell '26 and Beryl Scafer, '25. This
meeting will be open to visitors.
Lawrence, Kan., Feb. 18.-Work on
the new library at the University of
Kansas I nearing completion. It is
expected the building will be finished
sometime in May.
SPARE TIME POSI-
TIONS FOR
STUDENTS
Greatest opportunty, "Life of Wood-
row Wilson," by Josephus -Daniels,
Secy. Navy, associate of former presi-
dent. Big book, handsomely illustrat-
ed, low price. Best terms to represen-
tatives. Credit given. Send for free
outfit at once. Make money fast.
Authorship is guarantee of authentic-
ity. Universal House, College Dept.,
1010 Arch St., Phila., Pa.

FAIR TO FEATURE CIRCUS
Raging lions will pace the sand floor The sacrifice of the Christians to
of the arena in wait for their prey. make a Roman holiday will be but one
The cringing victims will be thrust of the many attractions of the one-
within reach of the black-maned ring circus which will be one of the
jungle kings. The huge cats will features of the fair. In the center of
crouch and spring while on his throne the huge dirt floor will be erected a
above a grim-faced emperor smiles coliseum in which the performers willI
cruelly-all at the Union Fair to be appear. On one side, on raised stands
held March 7 and 8 in the Yost field will be seated the Roman emperor
house on Ferry Field. and his attendants, from the other
sides visitors at the fair may view the
acts.
A TAight-footed artists of the twist and
turn will present a jui juitsu act. Ar-
rayed as clowns, skilled tumblers will
perform among the crowd while over-
head tight-rope walkers balance per-
ilously. A short boxing match will
be another of the many features of the
E. T. Colton, Formerly Russian Relief tcircus.c
Worker Aakes Plea For Preceding the preformance the ac-
rker A /kes P 3 a For robats, athletes and actors will

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Tuatt Country
REVEREND SAYS THEOLOGY
JUST EXPERIENCE COOLED DOWN
"Theology is just experience cooled
down and hardened", said Rev. Gaius
Glenn Atkins, minister or tie First
Congregational church of Detroit at
the' Unversity services held Sunday
night in Hill auditorium under the
Student Christian association.
"The man who had experience,"
Reverend Atkins said, "Spoke of it and
some one camne and made a theological !
experience of it. Religion grows out'
of our needs. New experiences will
give new insights into religion, and
we need not be afraid of these new in-
sights."
In delving into the chemical lab-
oratory we only enter deeper into that
Mystery. We are always seeking an, I
answer. That answer always leads
us to religion. And religion," he con-'
chided, "is an adventure towards the.
light which I would say, is God,.
In conjunction with Reverend At-I
kins, E. T. Colton of New York, for-
merly connected with the American
Relief Administration in Russia also
delivered a short talk. "The prob-
lem that we have in Russia," Mr. Col-
ton said, "is the prevention of the
destruction of the sciences and arts.
for 125,000,000 people. All symbols
of the old society have been destroy-
Philip LaRowe of the School of
Music' played the organ and Mrs.
Grace Johnson Konold of the voice:
department of the school of Music
sang "The Voice in the Wilderness"
by Scott. Lionel Crocker of the pub-
lie speaking department acted as pre-
siding officer.
Detroit Preacher
A Fundamentaizst
Rev. E. J. Nutter of Detroit declar-
ed Sunday night in .a short speech
given in Harris hall that he was a
fundamentalist in regard to the sub-I
ject of the Virgin birth. He stated
that the recent controversy on this
question is not an unusual occurance
because attacks against the creed have
happened often.
"To doubt the statements of such
acurate historians as St. Luke and St.
Matthews is irrational" he said, "and
to think of their scriptures as fiction
is absurd."

march about the building in circus
parade style.
Varsity Nine Has
Forced Vacation
(Continued from Page Six)
for the back-stop position and. they
look as if they could be depended on
for handling some of the work.
Few FIeleers Out
kFielding positions offer a good op-
portunity to new men since only two I
of last year's Varsity will be on hand
to fill their posts. Kipke and Hag-
gerty, both of whom are now playing
on the Varsity basketball team, will be
only ones on hand for field work for
the coming season. Kipke 'is an out
fielder and one of the fastest out-gar-
den men in college competition. His
defensive work last year was one or
the bright sopts in he Michigan play
and his bat-work .2aced him high on
the batting order.
Haggerty made his letter as an Vi-
fielder on last season's squad and, It
is expected that the coning year will
see him stepping around with his usu-
al alacrity at the keystone sack.
Eug'heer ig Soclety to Dance
The Engineering Society will hold a
dance at Granger's dancing academy
from 9 to 1 o'clock Thursday night.
Entertainment will be presented in
,the form of an act by Tang and Ta-
vares, as well as several vocal selec-
tions and a solo dance. Punch will be
served.
Tickets are priced at $1.25 and are
now on sale at the office of the Mich-
igan Technic, in the basement of the
old engineering building. They will
also be on sale at the door.
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS LINE
Central Time (Slow Trime)
Leave Chamber of Commerce
Week Days Sundays
6:45A. M- 6:45 a. re.
12-4 p. m. 6 .45 P.M.
JAS. H. ELLIOTT, Proprietor
Phone go6-M Adrian. Mich.

Marvelous Creations from
Coty, Houbigant, Guerlain ar
other famous makers
offered in special
$1.00, Vanity Packages
The Eberbach & Sell Co.
200-.204 E. LIBERTY ST.

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Specially 'Priced at
95c
Imported MacGregor
CAPS,
at 95c
Shirts, best grade, former values
$2.50 to $3.00 for sale from
50c to $2.00
TODAY AND TOMORROW ONLY!

GEN ERALSTEAMSHIPAGT.
Tick~etsTravelers Checks. Letters of Credit, Tour-
1st Insurance. etc., Passport, visacs, clearance
papers, readmission affidavits. etc., lbforpiatlon.
Lines Europe, Orient, Cruises, Tours, etc.
Our legalized papers bring relatives and friends to
U. S. from foreign countries. NNS RANCE.g All
kinds, Best Co's. for our business, home. auto, etc.
E. G. AUEBLEA, 6019. Huron St.
Phone 1384 AM.R#:4 OR, lMl(~k

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The service will please you.
Farmers & Mechanics Bank

Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies.
Candies, Laundry Agency, Tobaccos

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