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AY, JANUARY 8, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
~ ---- facts of social, economic and industri-

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CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

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DRESSMAKING
FIRST class dressmaking.
nard St. Phone 1198-W.

332 May-

LOST
WRIST WATCH on either Oakland,
Arbor, Packard, Benjamin, or Mary
street. Finder phone- 2138-W. Re
ward.
SILVER RING with Chinese inscrip-
tion. Finder please call 1967-W.
BOLIVA Movement and dial out of
wrist watch. Will finder please call
1331-R.
ALPHA DELTA PHI pin. Name
"Brainard Higley" and date "1832"
on back. Valued greatly as a keep-
sake. Call 110-M.
LOWER half of silver pencil. Call
2371-W.
ONE DIAMOND AND PLATINUM
filigree ring with square set dia-
mond in center and 19 small ones
surrounding. Reward. Call Miss
Davidson, 1600-W.
e TYPEWRITER REPAIRING
ALL 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
FOR RENT
FRATERNITY OR SORORITY
We have a large unfurnished house
suitable for a Fraternity or Sorority,
for rent: will accomodate thirty per-
sons. Possession at end of first sem-
ester. Owner will lease property for
one semester or for a longer period.
Call Mr. Newton, with
CHAS. L. BROOKS
215 Frist Nat'l Bang Bldg.
Phone 315 Evenings 2064-J.
ONE DOUBLE and one single room.
Pleasant and warm. Call 2105,!
515 Walnut.
GARAGE, Cement floor, lights, 1234
Prospect. Call 3414.4
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FURISHED APARTMENT FOR
RENT
We have a beautifully furnished
six room apartment in the Southeast
Section for rent-Feb. 15, 1924 to Sept.
15, 1924. Price $90 per month. Call
Mr. Newton with
CHAS L. BROOKSI
215 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. E
Phone 315 Evenings 2064-J.!
SUITE rooms with sleeping porch for
light housekeeping. Near catnpus.
Phone 1029-J, 1207 Willard st.
VERY desireable room for girl one
block from campus. Call Mrs. Gor-
man. 2482-M.
IDEAL small apartment for student
couple. Completely equiped, half
block from campus. Phone Mr.
Mast, 129-R or call E. Williams
evenings.
TAILOR
CUSTOM MADE suits-Alterations Re-
pairing. Albert Gansle, Tailor, 115
S. Main (uptairs).
FOUND

MISCELLANEOUS
Typewriting anud Minieographing
promptly and neatly done.
Theses, student notes and college
work a specialty for fifteen years
0. I). MOIRRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
TUTORING in French and Spanish.
Reasonable rates. Call R. Simons,
2121-J. between 6 and 7:30 p. m,
MUSICAL
KEEP PHYSICALLY fit by the daily
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen
on Records. Complete outfits sold
by Schaeberle & Son.
TED RHOADE'S orchestra presents
Joe Sweeny and his five-piece or-
chestra.
TYPEWRITERS
T V P E W H I T E H S
.of all makes
Sold, rented cleaned
exchanged and repaired.
0. I). MORRRIL.L
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
FOR SALE

WANTED
A SENIOR or Junior to act as house
manager for an upper classmnen
house, and thus earn his room.
Phone 1602-J, 643 Oakland.
STUDENT directory for 1923-24. See
Favrot at Michigan Daily Office be-
tween 3 and 4 this afternoon.
BY VIOLINIST and accompanist with
long experience. Play all classes
of music. Box A. B. C. Michigan
Daily.
LOCKSMITH
ALL kinds of trunk and door keys.
Fitting keys and openning locks a
specialty. Dell Keeler, 1136 W..
Huron. Phone 2498.
FOUNTAIN PENS
Fountain Pens and Pencil insur-
ance. Have your name embossed on
them. Price 25 cents.
0. D. MORRHILL
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
CLEARANCE SALE
Eversharp and broken lines of mech-
anical pencils also Gift Sets of
Fourntain Pens and Pencils one-half
off.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
TYPEWRITING
Your these and notes wild be
promptly and neatly
TYPEWRITTEN
I at
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
over "M" Lunch,
322 South State Street.
DETROITSCIT O
Students and members of the faculty
of the engineering college have been
invited to attend the January meeting,
of the Detroit chapter of the Society
of Industrial Engineers at the Cham-1
ber of Commerce in Detroit this eve-
ning. Dinner will be served at 6:30
o'clock and the program will start at
8 o'clock.'
Mr. Henry Kreisinger, research en-
gineer for the Combustion Engineer-;
ing Coporation will be the speaker
of the evening. He will hake as his
subject "Uses of Powdered Coal as
Applied to Steam Plants."
Mr. Kreisinger who was formerly
with the U. S. Bureau of Mines and
who is an authority on the subject
will illustrate his talk with slides
showing installations of the system.

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Economic Survey
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facts of social, economic and industri-
al problems.
Intramural Items
(Continued from Page Six)
Although fraternity basketball will
make its initial bow to the student
body next Monday evening, the entry
sheets for the church, society, class
and independent league basketball
or presidents of organizations who
expect to participate should signify
their intention of competing within
the next few days.
The f r e s h 1it basketball
team will practice between 6 and 7,
o'clock, tomorrow night, at Waterman
gymnasium. All men on the team or,
those desiring to play should call;
Fisher at 1255-J, immediately.
Entries for the all-campus hand-
ball tournaments, singles and doubles,
are coming fast and the curtain for
the opening round will soon rise.
The deadline for entries will be hn-
nounced within the next few days.
Owing to the demands of the stu-
dents on the campus the annual all-
campus swimming meet will be held
THE WORLD LOVES
A CHEERFUL GIVER

this year before the end of the first son, of the botany department,
semester. The meet will be held un- M. Alter, of the medical school
der the saine conditions as the other N. H. Anning, of the mathemati
all-campus events, numerals and partment, Mr. Lloyd Ackermai
sweaters being awarde,1 to those who James Preston, Mr. O. B. Klein,
secure at least five points and a shirt physics department, Mr. P. J.
to those who secure three markers. hiaak, of the botany departmen
Entrance should be made at once J. L. Kassner of the chemistry d
in order to enable the department to ment, Dr. C. R. Hills, of the m
arrange for practice sessions at the school, Dr. H. B. Barker, Mr.
"Y" pool. Upon the entrance sheet Ecktsein, of the chemistry d
the events in which the individual j),ent, W. A. Verwiebe, Mr.
will participate must be indicated. Burr, of the chemistry depar
Each contestant is limited to three Mr. C. F. Wang, Mr. C. C. Cr,
events, which are as follows: 40 yard the mathematics department
free style, 40 yard back stroke, 60 Mathew Richardson, Mr. C. W. V
yard breast stroke, 100 yard free of the botany department, Mr.
style, 220 yard free style, plunge and Calhoon of the engineering
fancy diving. .,Mr. F. A. Spragg, Mr. W. J. (
Mr. J. P. Jones, Mr. H. W. Ha
the zoology department, Mr.
Tanner, of the chemistry depar
# r uand Mr. H. Lund.
Papers -by Dr. G. R. Herrma
the medical school, and Mr. J. H
TO 1I T iiia t I HfI
skens, of the languages depar
will form a part of the progra:
Annual initiation ceremonies of the
Junior Research society will take Prof. J. R. Hayden, of the pi
place at 8 o'clock tonight in room 1061 science department, published
of the Natural Science building.
ticle on the "Indian Parliamue
The f llaw'z np~ mamhrc mal n,

Thomas W. Lamont
New York, Jan. 7.-The economic
Foundation, organized to further "im-
partial investigation in the field of ec-
onomic, social and industrial science,"
was launched here recently with
Thomas W. Lamont of J. P. Morgan K
Co. as president, and George Frederick
Warren of Ithaca, N. J., as vice-pres-
ident.
The Economic Foundation, it was
explained, will act as a trust fund for
donations made by persons who desire
to have a group of impartial and sci-
entific-minded men seek the importantj
THE WORLD LOVES I
A CHEERFUL GIVER

TUXEDO, the very latest model.
you are looking for a tux here
a good buy. Call 1505.

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BARGAIN one "C" tenor Saxaphone,
$65 cash. Silver plated, gold bell,
pearl keys. S. D. Clayton, 832 E.
University.
FULL blooded Airdale dogs, Fred
Kleimschmidt, Saline. Phone 197
Ring 2-2.
$25 CAMERA cheap. Phone 1805-R.
1922 FORD $125, fine tires, bumpers,
cutout etc. Starter and demount-
able rims. Must sell. 341 E. Jeff-
erson, 938-J.
E FLAT Alto saxophone and case.
Practically new. Call 2633-W. or
1704 Geddes Ave.
COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
Hours:
1 to 224 Nickel's Arcade
4:30 P. M. (2nd Floor)
BOARD
BEST BOARD at moderate cost.
Tables for girls. 611 Church st.
FOR HIRE
. n3O JOJ T-6901
-11' O mado ea~ur u '410no 2 j11
-Oia Addad O)l JO 02uiuApu HyL
CLEANING AND PRESSING
SPECIAL
FOR
ONE WEEK
SUITS
CLEANED AND)PRESSED
$1.00.
HORACE CLAVEALT
1221 S. Uniiersity.. Phmone 885.

Did you know.
that the
SC.A
Sponsored the
LARGEST
DELEGATION
to the
STUDENT
VOLUTEER
CONVENTION
at Indianapolis?

A*x *iCv g em *ULs *A i *ne erswin W ei
taken in the society: Prof. H. B. Lew-
is, of the chemistry department, Prof.
G. A. Lindsay, of the physics depart-
ment, Prof. K. C. McMurray, of the
geography department, Mr. D. B. Mc-
Laughlin, of the astronomy depart-'
ment, Mr. Wm. Seifriz, of tae botany
department, Mr. F. R. Smith, of the
physics department, Mr. E. G. Ander-
BOARD'
(Without Breakfast)
FOUR DOLLARS
6014 EAST WASHIN TON
Near Lane Hall
GENERAL STEAMSHIP AGT.
Tickets, Travelers cheeks..Letters of Credit,.our-
"t Insurance, etc« Passport, visacs clearance-
papers, readmission affidavits, ete.. lnformation-
Anes Europe, Orient, Cruises, Tours, etc.
Our legalized papers bring relatives and "friends to.
U. S. from foreign untries.iNSURANCE. Al
kirinds. BesstCo's. formerour business, home, auto. ete,
E. KUEBLER, 601 E. Huron St.
Phone 384 ANN ARBOR, MICH.

last month's number of Current H:
tory.
Patronize The Daily Advertisers.
THE WORLD LOVES
A CHEERFUL GIVER
Did you know
that the
Prepares a
TEMPORARY
STUDENT
DIRECTORY
to assist students to locate
each other, before the per-
manent directory is out?

Did you know
that the
Last summer gave
400 BOYS
a vacation at the
FRESH AIR CAMP?

Let your conscience
your guide.

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It's "different"
"AT THE HAWK'S WELL"
Here
Thursday, January 10th

Let your conscience be
your guide.

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