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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WANTED
THE MAN who by mistake was sent,
from our cleaning shop a blue coat.
The same had a. faint pin stripe be-I

Sport Snap Shots
(Continued from Page Six)
watch the work of one entrant close-
ly.

ADVETISINGI

LOST
LOST Sat. night near Unitarian
church purple silk umbrella. Re-
ward. Phone 3011-R.
SILVER FOUNTAIN pen and chain.
Sometime Saturday evening. Find-
er please call, Bess Everett, 1070-J''
BEADED BAG at Union last Saturday
night. Call 1958-W.
A DUOFOLD Parker fountain pen.
Name on pen. Please return to
Jack .Jarf, 945 Dewey Ave. Phone
2230-J.
CONKLIN fountain pen. Lost around
Natural Science Building. Call
3302-R.
LOG SLIDE rule Saturday in Eng.
Building, finder please return to
room 339, Prof Wilson's office.
ON MONDAY or Tuesday, automatic
Eversharp pencil with carved sil.
ver barrell. Initials P. O. P. Phone
1560-J.
MISCELLANEOUS
MAH JONGG..
DIRECT from China. An exceptional-
ly nice quality, dove tailed, and
good bone, and bamboo at $16.50
Others from $18 to $35. Phone 265-
J.,
TYPING thesis etc., neatly and reas-
onably done. 687-M, evenings.
TYPEERITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
promptly and neatly done.
BUSINESS SERVCE CO.,
322 South State St.,
over "M" Lunch. Phne 993-M
POBE GREEN. Hurry Up Baggage;
and Transfer Line. Phone 3130.
FOUNTAIN PENS
THERE'S an advantage in buying
your fountain pens at Rider's. The
least little thing required to make it
satisfactory in every way can be
quickly and skillfully done after
Christmas at Rider's Pen Shop.
A RIDER "Masterpen" direct from the
manufacturer is always the most,
appreciated gift. Rider's Pen Shop,
302 State St.
THOSE fine, large Wahl's "Signature''.
Pens for Christmas at Rider's Pen
Shop, 302 State St.
We have a fine assortment of those
all metal midget Wahl and Ever-
sharp sets in gift boxes. Rider's
Pen Shop.
NATIONALLY advertised Fountain
Pens of best makes priced from;
$2.50 up. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's
Arcade. Open evenings until Christ-
mas.
CLOTHING ,
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Your younger brother will appreci-
ate most of all things a Gordon Cord-
uroy Coat most reasonably priced at
Surplus Supply Store. 213 N. Four- I
th Ave.
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Your younger sister will appreci-
ate most of all things a Gordon Lea-
ther Jacket most reasonably jriced1
at Surplus Supplies Store, 213 N.
Fourth Ave.

FOR SALE
FULL blooded Airdale dogs, Fred
Kleimschmidt, Salina. Phone 197
Ring 2-2.
HAND WOVEN Beaded Bags right j
from France. Make wonderful Xmas
gifts for mother, sister or friend.
Call and see ou±- supply at 702
Church St. Phone 1492-W.-
XMAS TREES. Any size you want.
The price is right. 632 Oakland,

tween heavier, white stripes. Coat'
bears trade-mark "Sold by Tinker,
made by Kahn Tailorery Co. Cail
Doe-Wah-Jack Cleaners 2650-J. We
will call.
THREE boys to work for your meals
during the vacation. Call 349-R.
TO RENT garage during Xmas vac-
cation. Hicks, Phone 909.
A SUITE of rooms for senior student
and wife starting third of Januray.
Box H. B. R.
TYPEWRITER REPAIRING
ALI MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtown

The athlete is Francis Hussey.!
This lad created a sensation last
summer by running 100 yards in J
3-5 seconds in a school meet. Ama-
teur officials were so impressed with
his work that he is being prepped
for Olympic games next summer. If
his showing this month is im',ressive
he will be counted on to carey Amer-1
ica's colors in the dash events.

Delta Upsilon added another firs
place to its list in the plunge when
Yerkes covered six feet, six inches.
Tronieley was a scant foot behind in
his try. Barnes and Beatty tied for
third place and the points were split
between them.
Competition in the other events had
not weakened Beta Theta Pi's strength
and they won the relay in the fast timef
of 1:33:5. Phi Sigma Delta gained
second place and was hard pressed by
Sigma Phi. Delta Upsilon was fourth.
Paul Ellis a student at Morningside
college finished the annual four mile
cross country run of the North Central
conference with a broken leg. Ellis
fell and fractured a bone in his right
leg. He finished the race and then
collapsed on the field.

FRATERNITY SWIM MEET
GOES TO BETA TTHETA

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Phone 1496.
HAND MADE Michigan
ants, and pillow tops.
Telephone 2384-M.

banners, pen-
1341 Wilmot

JLGa.Jcing Ji nis ~vUri evest, sti Moscow, Dec. 12.-Lee Kameneff in a
tingham, won the 60 yard breaststrok- speech told the new Moscow Soviet
in 45:6. Leonard was his closest riv- that relations with America are im-
al with 46:5 to his credit. Jack Bow- tarov ainsiw of Ameida aim
en, Sigma Pi, was awarded third place proving, in view of President Cool-
when Mayer crossed his lane. idge's nessage, giving hope of a Rus-
Seagears, Delta Upsilon, exhibitedI so-American conference on trade rela-
the fact with distinction that he is tions.
still the champion fancy diver of th4
frate~rnities. ndon hisP.vt a1 Berlin, Dec. 12.-A Prussian minis-
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CORONA TYPEWRITER almost new.I
Sacrifice $25. See Mayo 1015 Pack-
ard.
COMPLETE "Tux" outfit, excellent
condition, medium size. Phone 776
-M, 540 Packard st.
EFFICIENT regenerative radio set.
May be seen evenings. Call 2134.
Buying a more powerful one.
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS
of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented Exchanged.
Cleaned and Repaired.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South State Street,;
over "M" Lunch. Phone 993-M
TYPEWRITERS of all makes, bought,
sold, rented, exchanged, cleaned
and repaired. O. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Arcade. Dealer L. C.
Smith & Corona Typewriters.
MUSICAL
THE MICHIGAN SIRENS present
Joe Sweeny and his five piece com-
bination. Call Tustison, 1767-J.
KEEP PHYSICALLY fit by the daily
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen,
on Records. Complete outfits sold
by Schaeberle & Son.
FOR RENT
GOOD ROOMS for men at Fletcher
Hall, 915 Sybil.
ROOM AND board for boys, ready to,
be occupied, January 1st. 12051
Wright -St. or call 2993-WV.
FRONT Suite on second floor, screen-
ed porch for two or three students
or student and wife. 429 S. Div-
is ion.
A LARGE room for two students, or
will rent it as a single room. 425
S. Division. Phone 1565-J.
SINGLE room with sleeping porch
for second semester. Two blocks
from campus. Address box 1. J.
R. care Daily.
TAILOR
ChRISTMAS CLOTHING
A small deposit will bring your Tail-I
ored-To Measure suit or overcoat to
your home in time for Xmas or New
Years. Phone 123 and we will call
with complete style and samples.
Prices $29.50 and $37.50
INTERSTATE TAILORS
American Hotel, 123 E. Washington
CUSTOM MADE suits-Alterations Re-
pairing. Albert Gansle, Tailor, 115
S. Main (updtairs).

TYPEWRITERS of all makes clean-
ed and Repaired. Leave your type-
writer during Xmas vac.ion and
have it cleaned and ready for your
return. Experienced mechanics do
the work. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nick-
el's Arcade, Established 1908.
Phone 1718.
DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING

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comfortbale margin of points,. Jack
Detarr won the approval of the audi-
ence also, as did Hoad and Babcock
SHAMPOOING
PHONE 464-W for shampoos and
manicure. First class work. Mad-
am C. Blackburn, 331 Beakes
Street.

terial decree gives the former kaiser
and the former crown prince each the
title, "Prince of Prussia," on the the-
ory that they were each entitled to
tl:at designation at birth.
Patronize The Daily Advertisers.
Read the Want Ads

Exclusive collegiate styles for
young women. Needlework of all
kinds. E xperienced workmanship.
MRS. R. T. HEAM
411 ThompSon. Phone 2768-W.
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SILVER PENCIL with initials. Own-
san obtain it by identifying it and
paying for advertisement. Phone
2800-3.

A "SOCIETY Brand" coat, blue with
pin stripe, bearing label of "Lasalle
& Koch.. Toledo, Ohio." The owner
has a coat, .sent him by mistake
from the Doe-Wah-Jack Cleaners.
Phone 2650-J.
TWO WEEKS ago, sorority pin. Own-
er may have same by proving prop-
erty and paying for ad. Phone
2115-J.
COSMETIC SERTICE
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
permanently removed
by electrolysis
Electro Cosmetic Service
224 Nickels Arcade
CARDS and STATIONERY
GREETING CARDS AND CHRIST-
MAq GIFT BOX STATIONERY
reduced 24 to 50 per cent
Stock includes best numbers of
Crane's, Old Hanmpshire, Whiting's
Hurd's and many others.
0.D. MORRILL
17 Nickel's Arcade
Open evenings until Christmas
CHINESE RUGS.
READ Mrs. Merrick's article on "Why
the Low Priceof Merrick-Fette
"Chinese Rugs" on page 8.
Take home to mother or sister a
lbeautiful "Merrick-Fette' Chinese
Rug. Priced $6.40, $12.00, $17.10 and
up. Phone 265-J.

THE
GREY
SHOP
6oo E. Liberty

On Your Way to the
Train, Stop for a
Sandwich and a Cup
of Coffee.

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Leather and Brass
Goods
Make Ideal Gifts!
A GIFT of leather or brass will last indefinitely!
We are displaying scores of practical and
inexpensive suggestions. Early shoppers will be
gratified to find such appropriate gifts at so small a
cost! ,
A complete stock-Coin Purses, Bill Folds, Card
Cases, Desk Sets, Bridge Sets, Correspondence
Sets, Brief Cases, Portfolios, etc.
The Mayer-Schairer
Company
STATIONERS-PRINTERS-OFFICE OUTFITTERS
Phone 1404 112 S. Main St.
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WALK-O0VER
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* Blucher Oxford
Plain grains
for winter
Plain toes in grain leathers are the
thing in men's winter oxfords. These
two models have the untipped toe of
style-comfort, and the softer, more com-
fortable finish that Walk-Over gives
to grain leathers. You'll like them.
COPLEY -
Quarter Oxford
$9.00
R. J. IIOFFSTETTER
115 So. Main.
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MAVIS
FRENCH CHOCOLATES
An Ideal Christmas Box

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WHITNEY

FIRST TIME
HERE

SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 15
THE CROWNING JOY OF THE SEASON

The Messrs Shubert (Are Sending You)

Founded on
The Life of
The World's
Greatest
Composer
Franz
Schubert

The Am.
bassador
Theatre
New York
Success

When
"The Michigan Maongrel"
Barks
This Morning,
Buy One.

Foot Troubles?
Have your feet examined
and diagnosed by a spec-
ialist. Consultations Free.

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A Brilliant Cast of 46-An Augmented Orchestra of 12
A Boston critic said after seeing "BLOSSOM TIME"-"The most de-
lightful musical play of years. Schubert himself lives before you-
Youhear his music-all the best of it."
PPICES-$2.705, $2.20, $1.65, $1.10-MAIL NOW

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IRVING WARMOLTS
D. S.G.
Chiropodist and Orthopedist

Sold on Campus.

10 Cents.

707 North University

Phone 2652

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- IN HILL AUDITORIUMl
Sunday, December 16, 4:15 P.M.
Messiah Concert
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SCHOOL CHORUS -
under the direction of George Oscar Bowen-
aSOLOISTS
Mrs. William Wheeler, Soprano
Miss Doris Howe, Contralto.
E Mr. William Wheeler, Tenor. -l
- R. Winfield Adams, Baritone.

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There is a touch of the prac-
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Christmas.

It is, after all,

the lasting gift that ,really

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perpetuates

the friendship.

It will only take a few mighty dollars to
receive good vine in this Sale of Sales'
This is the event you have been 'aiting for.
Every type of Overcoat. Take advantage

For gifts of this kind see-

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