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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEIr ;,22, 1924

T4 IiIIA AL

PAGE SEVEN

OllN C S S IFI68iSSBrA ..ADVERTI SING At PM

MAY BRING I0T EXHIITKansas Given CMRHANTS GIVEPRIZES
OF VIE rNNA i lll N' oif "Chapter, jr Ig Nil i [N ru[ Ruuw

Give P'svc!zclogy
Efficiency Tests'

i~. 'Lawrence, Kans., Oct.

a

-5.~. At-
Tlai.
KENNEDY
from Los.
or trade*
Rudy at 3(
FOR SA1L.

uO~SL~;_-______LOST
IRO N j LTM I O LAMvPS, I PEA1RL BRACELET Four- strands in-
Koch & 1ienne, 300 S. to riingledl with silver .clasps. One
sinall strandl was broken. Reward.
RADIO Newr. iteeeives Call 3112-M for L. J. Croll.
Angeles to New York $65 LOST SATURDAY Phi Rho Sigmia
forTmr ajo Calfr aI'rnitv lan.Initials rH. B, .M.v.
091.' Return to 300 N. Ingalls St. Reward.
Thoroughbred A irdaicl . .Iieel

Plans are being made by Prof. Emil
Lorch of the architecttural college_ to
bring' a, very noted exhibit of apt work
done- by schoolchildren -of- Edrope and
a lectuierf to speak on this work, to
Ann- Arbor fi the -near future. The x-
hibit wilIl be :open toy the general pub-
lic. M. " ,
The exhibit depicts the art and-
handicraft taught in, -the grammarj
schools -of Viewfta, Austria:. In. sog.far
as there ii a, large interest amj6ng ed-j
ucators -in this .country at present: up-j
onthe- que tion -of'how the sartistic
side of a youtag child-. -hould be de--
veleped, this exhibit showing Europ-
ean, rmthads is : arousing much at-
tention in this country.- --
The exhibait and lectures will be
braought' thr6*gh. the -D troit societya
of Arts and Crafts. A study of the
work of tae Viennese schoolchil ren,-
which is reputed as being of. very
high; grade,, will be made by the Stu-
dents of the architectual college.

pups. A ddress 2t6 Observatory.
Phone 2w3-W.
$75.00 OAKLAND ''OUIiNG, bargiain!
Splendid motor. Tope. Side curt:A ns
and tire s in A-It pIi veiywy
Or will exchange for r'aio and
cash. 320 S. Fourth Ave.

JA.,) Sr Kindly return gray leather
Packet taken by mistake fromt coat
rac.-near prescription laboratory
in the Chemistry bldg., Ca'l
lRI!-Y SQURl REL choker lost. between
B-es arbour 1-ouse and Mighty.
T',.r-th.re.' ? 1r 11 t. n. V ~ v..T+,R'.

ter of the nattonai nooiLU
of Coif has been aw arde
school of the University
1Membership in the Ass,
American Law Schools is
site to, the establishment
ter of this honorary soci
the 58 membership schoc
have chapters.
The Kansas chapter, wh
es the number to 17, is t]
chapter to be added in eig:
CONFIRM APPOINI
OF ICTOR Mid
Conf rniation was accor
pointment of Victor M. Ma:
Detroit Edison fellowship
ineering -college for the yi
at the :meeting -of the Bo
gents Monday. Mr. Mazuri(
uate of the Case School
Science, specializing in n

23.-A chap- , U 11I I AflLLU V L11L LL11 ! Tests in visual imagination and "-!
raysociety Mr. ficiency are being conducted by the -
fe heLw ..oethan 100 przsaet epsychology department under the di-
of Kansas. given by local mierchants at the Ila- +rection of Prof. C. H. Griffitts. The
ocation of lowe'en celebration to be featured by first. four were given Monday after-
a, prereqlti-th city on the night of Oct. 31 in! noon in the Law building and the re-
of a chap-_i West Side park. The Chamber of I mainder will be given next Monday.
iety, and of Commerce is in charge of the festival, Te'sts similar to these in the past
ols only 16sr have shown that the lowvest graded
and its offices are already receiving; senior engineer is better than the best
Mich increas-cotiuinwhcartobaad- literary student, according to Profes-'
hie only new jedl for the" best and most striking sor Griffitts. This is due to the fact,
;ht years. costumes of the evening. that engineering students are trained
Booths operated by various civict in visual imagination, while the lit~-
organizations will line the midway in' crary college does not call this facul-t
MENT Ithet park. The Women's Business club ty into play.
adteY.W.CA.hv already - The marks received in these tests
AlIIEmade application, for booths- from have been found to correspond with'
whic topas- ou cany ad dogh-those of the same students in physics
81 nu ts, while the Kiwanis club will dis-' andI the other sciences, but not withC
pense apples an other organizations grades in sociology, philosophy and
led tearIwl operate surprise booths. similar subjects.
zti ote Teprdwhich will be headed __________
:in, he ngby the Michigan band, will form atI Pay for your Subscription today.
ear 1924-25,17 O'clock in' the open space back of
oard of lie- the Ann Arbor high school. Its coursej
le, is a grad- will be down State Street to Williams, R.II. GRIFIT~IHIS
of 'Applied west to Main, north, to Catherine, and netalluricaltehstotepakIndiint,
ployed until tow:nspeople and students, crowds As-
tolling Mills from neighboring districts will at-IISTO RING SUN1111
>t. tend the occasion. T H IET
nental work
es of metals

Seattle, Oct. 28.-The St. Paul base-
ball club of theo American association,
defeated Seattle, Pacific coast flag
winnersr in the opening game of the
interleague series which is to decide
the minor league baseball champion-
shimj.
New Haven; Oct. 27. - Halfback
Henry Scott, of the Yale eleven, was
temporarily# crippled by t t injury
to his right arm in Saturday's game'
with Brown.
Rica4. the beauty ofthSeitTnp

Rea end BStak
COo bination
e.Trade Mrk
. at. cfie

HAVE A FEW TM!ichigan -W, -ui:i'n -! V t1 U flu1.UnIto. IWLiy Babiour
football programs left. If you wvish I S~
one for a' souvenir se-rel1h'oonie, ~Q GIRL'S.. Dayr blue taipcoat '
752 Packard Ave. T~el. 2074-. ~ gltn. Ribbon trimmed. CaIl
STUI)EBAKER-4 -Tour ing; 1919. E- ; 988-W.-
ceilent condition. 5 good tires. 'GOLD FOOTBALL Watch fob..:Re-
Very Complete equipment. Cheap.F ward. Return to A. G. Oliver, La*-
Call 2803-R between 6-S evenings. ~ Cu. - - --:-
ATTRACT'T~J TT A1.NDLERR -wol

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Dispatch. Perfect miechzanically. FOUND.
Will sacrifice for closed car. A real FOUND Smiall. sun ,of money _o#,,IState,
bargain. .Call 2953-W evenings. .St. ':Saturday -.-followng, game,.
FO.tR SALE Remington Portable I Iho eRob Kipp. 949,
Typewriters. Time payments if de- OVNE.R of Mand~cohin_- left . in. Postal
:ired. Goo. Register, 60-1 E. Madi- statio-L in Nichel'-s Arcade can-. have
son, Phone 1F 09. , 1 !nidentification -and .paying
NOTICE for -advertising.- -

- engineer-ing. He was cm-
(COntinuf~trom P Cge Six) recently at the American R
vs. Alpha, Delta .Phi; Alpha Sigma company 'as a metallurgist
Phi v,. Delta .Sigmna Phi-; Phi Delta He will conduct experiin
Theta vs. Phi Sigma Delta; Pi Kap-- to determine the nropertle
pa% Alpha vs.; Tan Delta Phi; Delta at high temperatures.
Chi vs. -Nu Sigma Nu; Delta. Kappa
Epsilon. vs. Eta Theta Pi-; Delta A1~- Freshmen Give
"pha Epsilon v}s. Trigon; Alpha Rho p
Chi vs. Sigma Phi. - hysical d.
The-" following, houses. draw bys and _
will play in the second round next Dr. George A. May of tl
week, Theta Xi, Alpha Chi Rho, Sig- F education department aI
ma Alpha Nil, Phi Mu Alpha, Phi gaetegmilse h
Kappa Psi, .Sigma CliiHermitage, perieegwithcphsical Phe
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Nu,- Phi day when one- half of tl+
-'Kappa Tau, Phi Gamma Delta; Sigma ranth50yrdab&
Alpha Epsilon', Phi Sigma Kappa. tnhined0tyardedash,.br
of each individual were ca
CLASS SPEEDBAJJL corded. The other half cf
The schedule for class speedball for was instructed in the art

res
the physical
nd his aids
;ir first ex-
ests yester-
e members

FOR DESSERT TONIGHT

ANN ARBOR DAIRY ICE CREAM,

Insist on It Because It's Superior

TYPEWRITING And also transla--

.,MUSIC,

Phone 423

PIVTFLL GILLESPIE,.,Soloist, .d.teach-
done at h ome. Phone 195-M after 5'
P.M. -I er, thirty year's experience.=:.Man-
________Idolin guitar,, banjo, and- chord
LA. NDLADIES---- STUDIENTS I onmtru-tioin. Telephone- 1791-M.
DON'T- Overlook the aopportunity .to " VOLNS A.fie olecio1
Save onl many household necessi- GoI Strad - Gu;.Ar.fneicoAmation of
ties -At The Economy Second Hanel ° dSrdGurei;Arat n
Store, 20.9 N. Main St., Phone 789-M. 1 ain~er models,:-Cellos, Mandolins,
and Guitars. Will buy or repair old
We sell what you do want a-nd buy Ibr oken violins. 533 S. Maim St.
what you don't want.Phn105W
_____ _____ ____ _____ ___ jF Pho ne SS75-W.ii1E

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)ad jumped,-
The recordsI
arefully re-
A the class

ANN ARBOR DAIRY CO.

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Home of Pure Milk

Th'ursdlay is as follows :
4:00 Senior, Lits vs. Senior Laws;

boxing by Dr. May.1
-Just before the period ended, the

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CORONA TYPEWRITERS F_____________
WVE HAVE thea new Corona Four, WE WVANT a, hustling. young man to
with standard keyboard, at $1,0, or Ftaike charge of our Radio depart-
Corona Three, with three--bank key- ment a-nd Sales. Commission' basis.
board, at $50. Also a full line of Ilujiversity Music house..
typewriters of all miakes and supD- .--
plie3. Terms if desired. Renting Z1WANtiLED
and repairing' a specialty.WATDB SUEN Potina
0. D.MIIL chauffeur and care taker of ear in
17 Nckel' Aradeexchange for board: - experience,
The Typewriter & Stationery Mtore (references.
CORRE~SPONDENCE, STATIONERYJ WAN~TED STID T thlemk
CLEARANCE SALE until November bedsin retu-nTr tgod omke
1st in order to make room for our o32
large Christmas stock. 32._____________________
0. D. M4ORRILL, -PriOt 8 on o en
14 Nickels' Arcade. Beln c.2.= on o en
-Th Ne SttioeryStoe. storff, former ambassador to the

s, o"pt r* g v. oo'-pn z its;O Junior i'ts freshmen were taken outside on the llttttlt14ipllilftlt 9Sfidflll II6![tEEitl 1ldEflt
d vs Senior Engineers. cinder track and were given a chance ;
t.4:45. Junior Engineers vs. Fresh to show their ability in the half mile. i- FISH! FRESH FISH! -I
Lits.; -Junior Laws vs. Dents.' As long as the weather permits, Dr.4 prpon
*A-l Freshman- Lits- wishing to play }May intends to gv-i cagsa- a1ea4frsh p6h "iiie. leive t
on th'e Class Speedball team call brisk run. ~njoy alralrs ih i~ic.W eie oay har iIL
-Johnson 3273-W or report at the field of the city.
Wednesday, afternoon.- Paris, Oct. 28.- Edcuard HeriotT D YS SE IL
aeyopidpremier urged France to take up the resh TcriOA 'SSP CILS:
Haeyo ai Du aily Susrp task undertaken by Wilson in the = rs IJern ....... 14C White Fish, 1b.........29c
Lion? League of Nations.:*Ifl ue Pike, l°b............ 17C0 Salmon,. lb.....
ffa aPerch, lb ........ .. . . 0 l l b t b ...... ... .3 c . F
- II~illlllllllll[II IIIIIIII~fil IIIIIIL "lr .0..'Front, 1 lb........ ',......2 c Haiul......... C j
Re arn.. AI N IP bNSecl ia1 llhy' low pI-rices for oy'sters by thi- n -it, -quar-t or -allot,
PRIVATE INSTRUCTIONS 2 also a: variety of d iedl fish and canned goods.
= D 2Phone 3504-N1
Ri h - -w I A SeilCourse fradvanced d 4/
-f ihiw students who plan to teach CANAD IAN FISH CO. -
Upnolstering % piano is also offered. 1'We arc as near you as ouii phone!Cl 0 e: i tet
12 Studio-614 E. Liberty St.
'Xe_ alwvays do the best of ----o-At ___________________________________________________
. , or-adt =-eaonbl EMMA FISCHER CROSS ;
pric. 1% fornmerlY of University School of lllllllllillli tttlll lltltlt1llil.11llllllltllltll
1'C.,-{Music, head of piano department\ -
at The University of Washington
P. . H R D ad Bellingham State Normal. 2
ani fVw ui of Leschetizky, Vienna. 11
218 E. Huron St. Phone 381-W Phone 2183-J
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t Old Pen
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This NeverFatiling,NeverkilingDuofold
Jewel-Smooth, 25-Year Point
and Over-size Ink Barrel
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Teven terms--to feel the thrill or
work well done and done on the
dot--to keep your mind on your
subject and off your pen - replace
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C It's a pen that aids your hand
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smart black tips..
An economical pen to buy, for
j we guarantee-the Duofold point.
for 25 years' WEAR.
At all good pens counters. Step
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Parker Duofold Pentib to mth the pen, $3.50
Factory and General Offices
JANESVILLE, WIS.
ikecU plbal
fluofold Jr. $5 'Lady Duofold $5'
same except for size With ripe for chateine

RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.l
Ann- Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works,I
Phone 50.
STUD)ENT 'DELIVER-YI
Deliveries to any part of the city 50c
-OPEN NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS
Until 8:30 P. M.
Opposite Court House
P1-ONE 3591-J
JEWELRY
1y E VANITY FAIRI
Thee Gorhani, standard electrotype
;ray finish tableware has arrived.
- A. H. ARNOLD
State Street. Jeweler
Ann Arbor, Mich.'
USED CARlS
FOR SALE Maxwell touring. In won-
derful' running order. 5 good tires.
Cheap. Call 475-R.
PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS1

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Up to the Minute
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Thino-for, Michi-
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