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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2; 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, DECEMBvAI 2, 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THIS L AaF ETHIS
tOLUK II COLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING0 AT ,3 P.M,

[Ot SAl E FOR RENT
FOR SALE Underwood Typewriter 'W'W( ROOM Suite for men. New
number4. Standard keyboard. Good house well furnished, warm, rea-
condition. Phone 2850-R. sonable, 1524 Geddes Ave., Phone
X1504-J.
A GOOD Used Tenor Banjo for $21.50
Easy terms. University Music FOR RENT Apartments, light house-
House. beeping rooms, single rooms. Fur-3
nished or unfurnished. Call 158 be-
CONN B-FLAT Soprano saxophone fore 5 P. M. Ralph T. Swezey.
with case. Bargain. Also one B-flat
and one C clarinet. Call 18. FOR RENT Well furnished room. Can

Gerhard akes.
G~Aeroplane Trip
Flying by aeroplane from McCook
field, near Dayton, Ohio, to Selfridge
field, near Mt. Clemens, Prof. William
F. Gerhardt, of the aeronautical en-
gineering department, returned to Ann
Arbo* last night. Professor Gerhardt
flew to the Dayton field from Selfridge
Saturday, conducted his business, and
returned by the same route yester-
day afternoon, a
Pay your Daily subscription.
WANTED
WANTED to buy used 'cello. Will pay
cash. Phone 1799.

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CRISTM~AS SEALS IDEA
'COMuES FROlM NMR

POI
Male 18 monl
flashy over
disposition.
Female, 2

be rented single or double. Call
LICE DOGS 2172-M.
hs old. Black with
markings. Wonderful USED CARS
years old. Wolf sable. LATE MODEL FORD SEDAN
Tires, motor and car in good condi-

w onderru >rooa matron. Dr. -
ler, 1752 Jackson Avenue, Phone
1286-R.
LOST
FRIDAY NIGHT a pair of lined grey
kid gauntlets.sFinder please call
217. Anita Byers.

LUBS WILL SPONSOR
OIC[Hi F OR CRIPP0LES

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tion throughout. $175. Terms or
cash.
LATE MODEL CHEVROLET SEDAN
keen driven 4,300 miles. $375.
BUICK TOURING $75.
E. & G. ChEVROLET SALES
CORNER OF ASHLEY
THE CHEVROLET DEALER

TYPEWRITING Done at home. Call
195-M.
WANTED Young lady to play pianoI
and sing. Stage exp. preferred. Ad-f
dress Box No. 41 care of Daily.
NOTICE
THE NEW CLEVELAND Electric{
vacuum cleaner fully guaranteed.
Extra large motor $25.00 at Koch and
Henne.
LANDLADIES- STUDENTS
DON'T Overlook the opportunity to
save on many household necessi-
tieq at The Economy Second Hand
Sto.re, 209 N. Main St., Phone 789-M.
We sell what you do want and buy
what you don't want.

.n The idea of using Six clubs of Washtenaw county will
f ALTH penny seals at Christ hold a banquet at 6:15 o'clock Monday
GhaistmaGalmas time as an aid
924Is tie tsberau- in the Union to discuss the plans for
r^ !to fighting tubercu-
SIosis among children the crippled children's clinic which is
was first conceived1 to be held in Ann Arbor the first of
by Einar hlolboell in the year. The Rotary, Kiwanis, and
a small town in Den- Exchange clubs of Ann Arbor, the Ro-
mark on Christmas tary and Kiwanis clubs of Ypsilanti,
- ve, 1903, according and the Kiwanis club of Chelsea have
to Regent Frank B. interested themselves in giving this
Leland, of Detroit, president of the free clinic to the crippled children of
Michigan Tuberculosis association. Ann Arbor.
Mr. Holboell was at that time a postal E. R Kelsey, of Toledo, president of
clerk, and the large number of stamps the International Crippled Children's
that passed through his hands during society, will be the principal speaker
the holiday season led to the idea of at the mass meeting following the
putting the sale of seals to some use banquet.
for humanity. 1 A survey will be made of the county
In 1907, through the influence of to locate the children needing help,
an article by Jacob Riis in the Out- and a day will be set when the crib-'
look magazine which told of the suc- pies will be examined by cxpert phys-
cess of these seals in Denmark, Miss icians.
Emily P. Bissell, of Wilmington, Del.,
brought the idea to this country. That
year, through her efforts, $1,000 was K aus Will Talk
raised to pay on the site for the first! To Detroit Club
sanitorium in Deleware, called Hopei
farm. There were 300,000 seals sold
that year as compared to the four Dean E. YI. Kraus, of the pharmacy
hundred million sold last year. college, will talk on the subject ofj
From 1908 until 1919, the sale of "Advances in Our Knowledge of Crys-
seals was sponsored by the American tal Structure" this afternDon before
Red Cross. The 1919 seal carried th; the Science club of Parke, Davis and
bouble-barred cross which is the sym- company, Detroit.
bol of the crusade against tubercu-I
losis. Since that time the sale of --
seals has been completely in charge
of the National Tuberculosis associa- D A N CING
tion and its 1,00 state and local as-
sociations.

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The use of chewing gum comes
mmother's aid wonderfully in
etting children to keep their teeth
ean.
The kiddies love it.
WRIGLEY'S not only removes
od particles from between the
eth, but it massages the gums

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LOST Laundry case between StateIBEAUTY SHOPPES
and Miner Streets. Reward. Call
Mrs. Eades, 2172-M. MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.!
LOST Pair of shell-rimmed glasses, Permanent Waving and Marcelling
between old power house and Mich- -
igan Union. Finder please notify TYPEVRITERS
R. A. Hiss, Phone 1703..
WANT TO BUY A typewriter? Rem-
MISCELLANEOUS ingtons $15, Underwoods $25. Also
large and portables for rent. Room
WHY Experiment. Buy your fountain 2. 711 N. Univ.
pens of Rider where you can get!
adjustments by pen specialists. BOUGHT, Sold, rented, exchanged,
RII)ER'S PEN SHOP cleaned and repaired. We have
302 State Street nearly all makes. We suggest that
-- you buy Corona Four and save
IF YOUR Pen fails, have it repaired about $40.00. Time payments if do-
by penmakers at sired.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP O. D. MORRILL
It costs you no more. 24 Hour ser- 7 Nickels' Arcade.
vice or better. Ann Arbor's Oldest Typewriter Store.

and aids tooth

When father brings home
WRIGLEY'S he benefits the teeth'-
appetite, digestion and nerves of
the whole family.

nutrition.

a-/oole
CAKM AND
AND
SYRJ/P Y
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Also
Wafles
CA U'TERS
LUNCH
1117
SO. University

It will
soothe his

clear
throat

his breath and
after smoking.

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.c . Learn to dance. Start now. Open
Lansing, Mich., Dec. I. -wPorelkni daily, 10 a. in. to 10 p. in. Adult class
ry worktoward shaping a highway every Monday and Friday. Fifteen
nance brogram for submission to the 1-hour lessons for $5.00. Enroll now.
gislature will get under way this TERRACE GARDEN
PatronizeDavdvertr.-Adv.ADANCING STUDIOS
Patronize aiyAvrter.A - 2Wucith Arcade Phone 241- R

WHY Experiment with viscuous inkr
when you can always buy good ink
from RIDER'S PEN SHOP.

:'IWILSONAL CHRIISTM3AS

CARDS

PERSONAL CHRISTMAS GREETING
CARDS ENGRAVED or PRINTED

CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS!
For comfort and beauty, Silk lined
Corduroy' lounging robes in all
shades. Dainty silk lingerie, hand-i
kerchiefs, ties, belts, fancy garters,
and brassieres.-
THE QUALITY SHOP
303 S. Main St. Phone 1861-M

BANJO UKES $5.00 up. University
Music House.
BUESCHER BAND and ORCHESTRA
Instruments sold on easy payments.
University Music House.
AL JOLSON'S Latest Brunswick rec-
ord-"All Alone," and "I'm Gonna
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp."
STOFFLET PHONO SHOP
616 East Liberty.
LET YOUR GIFTS be blooming plants
or cut flowers this Christmas. We
will not raise our prices. Ann Arbor
Floral Co. .122 E. Liberty, Phone
1630.

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Proper engraving takes time.
one of our many attractive,
sive designs and place your
now.

Select
exclu-
order

O. D. MORRILL
14 & 17 Nickels' Arcade,
Read the Want Ads

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An invitation
to college men
MEN of broad vision and initi-
ative will find many excellent
opportunities in the home organiza-
tion and branch offices of the Insur-
ance Company of North America.
This is the Oldest American Fire and
Marine Insurance Company. It has
an important part in the develop:,
ment of American commercial and
industrial affairs.
Inquiries are invited
INSURANCE COMPANY of
NORTH AMERICA
3rd & Walnut Sts.
Philadelphia

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FOR YOUNG MEM
MADE BY EDERHEIMER STEIN COMPANY
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Winter Overcoats -
In the long, double-breasted box effects
_ -the very latest in style. All of these
coats are made especially for Tom Cor-
bett. Don't fail to stop in and inspect
this display. -I
To Corbe# L
116 East Liberty
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Protect your Feet

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with this Stylish Boot-
The Zipper Boot is a marvcl of
comfort and smartness. It is worn
right over your shoes or slippers.

On and off in a jiffy-nothing to
button, hook, lace or tie.
The Hookless Fastener-exclusive
on Zipper footwear-does the trick.
A little pull of the tab and ZIP
S' it opens wide or locks snug
and tight.
Ask your dealer for Zippers. Sizes
for men, women and the kiddies.
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THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER CO.
ESTABLISHED 1870 Akron, Ohio
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Why Does the
THE ANN ARBOR RESTAURANT

215 S. Main

St.

Draw those who are particular in
their taste for good food? It is
because of the policy followed there.

It is because of the atmosphere

of

refinement,

and the courtesy of the
That the food served is

employes.
excellent

Only the genuine Zipper

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without

saying.

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