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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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TINS loth,
OCLUMN
CLOSES CLLSFS
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISINGUAT 3 P.M.

FOR SALE

WANTED

TEN ROOM house, that will give you COLILEGE Girl wants to work for.
an, income of $100.00 per monthboard and room. Can furnish ref-
from the second floor, $9,000.00- erences. Answer Box No. 43 Daily.-
$1,000.00 down. Call 2438 or 661-W. -
WANTED Student to take over rooml
LIVING-ROOM, Bedroom, kitchenette, in private home. No other students
private bath. 2nd floor. Just right !in house. Phone 3522.
r twis $40 monthly. Would partly fur- WANTED Young and healthy man,
nish to responsible party for extra weighing about 150 pounds-at the
nominal charge. Located on West University Hospital for blood don-
side. 10 minutes walk from the or.. Applay at House Physician's
campus. Ralph T. Swezey. Phone office, University Hospital.
158. WOMAN TO WORK Short time each
clay for rent of pleasant suite.
FOR SALE Banjo and case cheap. 2316-M.
1020 Catherine. Phone 964-M. jr
FOR SALE A Remington Portable LOST
typewriter. Geo. S. Register, 604 E. L)ST Small brown umbrella, in Bar-
Madison. Trel. 1809. bour gym. or hill auditorium. Find-
RED MAHOGANY Library table, er please return to Gretchen.
22x60. Good condition $25. Call Schroeder, 1236 Washtenaw, PhoneI
Laurence, Phone 1328. ( 2471-M.

SHOES
HARGIS BOOTERY
Wuerth Arcade, first floor
Laties' Dress Slippers, Choice $6.50
in stock.}
Made-to-leastire Shoes $9.x)0
Men's Collegiate Shoes $8.50
Exclusive Agency for Educator Shoes. I
Open I1 A. 3M. to 9 P. 3. Phone 2240-J
NOTICE
ED I .N ML WHITNEYI
Presents Recital
"IN WALKED JIMMY"
8:00 P. M. Tues. Dec. 9. Hill Aud.
STUDENTS ATTENTION
FINE LINE of Glass Perfume bottles
for your dresser $7.50-$8. Hard,
enamel Perfume pocket flasks at $5.
See our window for the latest in
Christmas suggestions. +
Arnold State St. Jewelry Store
302 S. State.
THE NEW CLEVELAND Electric
vacuum cleaner fully guaranteed.1
Extra large motor $25.00 at Koch and
Ilenne.

(Continued from Page Six)
Second Tean
Ends-Pulaski of Wisconsin, Bjork-
man of Dartrnonth.
Tackles-Hancock of Iowa, Beattie
of Princeton.
Guards-Abramson of Minnesota,
Farwick of Army.
Center-Walsli of Notre Dame.
Quarter-Darling of Boston Col-
l e e.
Halbacks-Pond of Yale, Koppisch
of Columbia,
E Fuilback-Wycoff of Georgia Tech.
Tilrd Team.
Ends-Rokusek of Illinois, Binham
of Yale.
Tackles-Taylor of Georgia, Pre-
vo-:t of Penn State.
Guards--Buckler of Alabama, House
0! Penn State.
Center-Garbisch of Army.
Quarter-Parkin of Iowa.
Iialfbacks-Baker, of Northwestern,
Reese of Vanderbilt.
Fullback-Hazel of Rutgers.
South Bend Ind., Dec. 6,-269,000
persons saw Notre Dame's champion-
ship football eleven in action during
the season which it closed.. last Sat-
urday against Carnegie Tech at Pitts-
burgh according to records compiled
here.

Egy pt Hearing British Demands

SLUGWTERl CHOSEN
DR MYTHICAL TEAM

FOR SALE Dog kennel suitable for
t winter or summer.
Police dog. Femdle. 2 years old,I

LOST Nov. 30, traveling bag, wrapped
n white canvas, between Wayne
and Ann Arbor on highway M,17.
Return collect to P. M. Larsen 7753
Sheridan Road, Chicago. Reward.

LANDLADIES- STUDENTS
DON'T Overlook the opportunity toI
save on many household necessi-
ties at The Economy Second Hand
Store, 209 N. Main St., Phone 789-M.
We sell what you do want and buy
what you don't want.
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.-

The above photo shows the Egyptian parliament in session, with King Fuad (figure 1) on the throne, lis-
tening as former Premier Zagloul Pasha (figure 2) read to it the ultimatum of Great Britain that Egypt pay
$2,500,000 indemnity 'for the assassination of Sir Lee Stack. Following this event, the money vas paid and Zag-
locl and his cabinet resigned.

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sable.
Dr.
Phone

Wonderful brood ma-
Miller, 1752 Jackson
1286-R.

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SPORT SOCKS 15c a pair. Ann Ar-
bor Dry Goods, 316 S. Main.
FOR SALE Tuxedo suit size 38. Good
condition. Pirohe University 227.
FOIRENTj

DESIRABLE FRONT Room double or
single. All conveniences, rent low,f
604 Last Washington. Call 3102-M.
FOR RENT Rooms for girls at 210 S.
Ingalls. Permanently of for Christ-
s vacation.
BEAUTY SHOPPES

LOST On Friday, Dec. 5, silver Ever-!
sharp pencil engraved "P. N,
Young," last used in 307 West En-
gineering. Reward for return to 524E
1-1ill street. 99-M.
TWO $10 BILLS Saturday noon,
either in gym or on State St. Please'
Call Budge, 207 S. Ingalls St.
1808-W.
CHINESE RUGS
READ MY ARTICLE on Page-8 Sun-
day Dec. 7th, Michigan Daily about!
Chinese Rugs. Mrs. H. B. Merrick,I
928 Church.
TYPEWRITERS:;
BOUGHT, Sold, rented, exchanged,

MACK AND CO.

HAIR CUTTING!
Our barbers are experienced. Give
us a trial.
Shaltis and Bowen
CHURCH STREET BARBER SHOP
607 Church Street
FOR CHRISTMAS
CIGARS
BOX CANDY
W. D. C. PIPES
DUNHILL PIPESI
SMOKING TOBACCO
CIGARETTES IN CARTONS
HUMIDOR CANS OF TOBACCO
Come Here, For Magazines, Candy-
bars Ice Cream, Billiards
JOHNSTON BROS.
514 E. William St.
PERSONAL CHRISTMAS GREETING
CARDS ENGRAVED or PRINTED
Proper engraving takes time. Select
one of our many attractive, exclu-
sive designs and place your order
now.
O. D. MORRILL
14 & 17 Nickels' Arcade,

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3rd Floor Main St. j cleaned and repaired. We Have
Permanent Waving and Marcelling nearly all makes. We suggest that
you buy Corona Four and save
WE HAVE Three expert marcellers. about $40.00. Time payments if de-
Manicuring and special French 1 sired.
packs given. Telephone 2939-M. O. D. MORRILL
Over Cushing's Drug Store. Damnat- 17 Nickels' Arcade.l
tia Beauty Shop. Ann Arbor's Oldest Typewriter Store.
9 Savings Bank Blk. Phone 866.-
I THE experienced operator will recog-
FOUNTAIN PEN INK nize an array of features not com-

Washington, Dec. 6.-Herbert Hoov-
er, secretary of commerce, has decid-
ed to institute an inquiry into the
methods of selling and distributing
products of prison labor.
Berlin, Dec. 6.-Radio rash, a dis-
ease resultant from continued use of
radio headseats, has broken out here.
NOTICE
ANNOUNCEMENT
LIE E. G. WIEDMAN AUTO CO. An-
nounces the opening of a used car
store, 113 11earl St., Ypsilanti. Used
cars, Bought, Sold and Exchanged.
Fifty Used FORD Bargains
TUTORING IN FRENCH. Special help
given with difficult grammatical'
points and pronunciation. Call
2384-J.
WHY Experiment. Buy your fountain
pens of Rider where you can get
adjustments by pen specialists.
RlD)ERS P1N SHOP
302 State Street
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dlust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works,
Phone 50.
BANQUETS, DINNERS, s Luncheons I
at reasonable prices served by the
Aid society of the CHURCH OF
CHRIST. New Church, new equip-
ment. Call 2025-J.-
SEE Mc INERNEY of the Interstate
Tailors at American Hotel for a
suit or overcoat. Prices $24.50 and
$29.50. Perfect satisfaction guaran-
teed. Phone 123.#

BECKS CHOSEN AS
All-STATE

(Continued from Page Six)
Tackle-Curtis, Battle Creek (C)
End-Lindner, G. R. South ,
Quarter-Anderson, Bay City
Half-Brazil Flint
Half-Frendt, Mt. Clemens
Fullback-Young, Flint
Second Team
End'Fogg, Jackson
Tackle-Moeller, Detroit Western
Guard-Edgerton, Flint
Center-Bremer, Grand Rapids S
Guard-Van Northwick, Det. N. N
Tackle--Casper, Muskegon
End-Stanard, Flint
Quarter-Walsh, Ann Arbor (C)
Half--Wills, Flint
H1alf-Marine, Battle Creek
Fullback, Lefler, Bay City

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WHY Experiment with viscuous ink trial will convince you. We also
when you can always buy good inkI have all makes of used machines.
from RIDER'S PEN SHOP.-I Renting and repairing a specialty
FOUNTAIN PENS iAnn Arbor Typewriter Exchange.
iEE OUR SPLENDID Line of foun- MISCELLANEOUS
tai pens for Christmas gifts. $1 to GET YOUR CHRISTMAS Hemstitch-
$S. Room 2, 711 N. Univ. 2nd floor. ing done at 210 S. Ingalls.
IF YOUR Pen fails, have it repaired SUITS MADE TO YOUR MEASURE
by penmakers at d $2x.0 $3$00 $35.00
RIDER'S PEN SHOP HER3AN THE TAILOR
It costs you no more. 24 Hour ser- 802 S. State Street
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Most beautiful of all gifts that you can
select, Jewelry pleases all and proves a
most lasting remembrance of your best
Christmas thoughts. Our selection is ex-
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Today
AND IF CLEOPATRA WERE ALIVE, TOO, AS WE OUTLINED
IN LAST SUNDAY's DAILY, AND BOTH WERE GOOD FRIENDS,
IF IT WAS NEARING CHRISTMAS TIME, NEITHER WOULD
HAVE MUCH TROUBLE IN OUTLINING A CHRISTMAS PRES-
ENT FOR ONE ANOTHER. CLEOPATRA STATED LAST
SUNDAY THAT SHE DESIRED TO PRESENT A GIFT THAT WAS
REPRESENTATIVE OF HER OWN PECULIAR BEAUTY --
SOMETHING CARRYING WITH IT ALL THE SUBTLE CHARM
OF A REALLY PERSONAL GIFT. WHEN CHRISTMAS
APPROACHED MARK ANTHONY WOULD HAVE THE SAME
PROBLEM TO SOLVE BUT HIS WOULD BE EASY. HE WOULD
WANT SOMETHING THAT WOULD BETOKEN HIS PERSON-
ALITY-SOMETHING THAT WOULD ANSWER THE GIFT OF
CLEOPATRA. SURELY THERE ARE MANY MARK AN-
THONYS TODAY AND LIKEWISE MANY CLEOPATRA'S.
SURELY THEY SHOULD GIVE A LIFE-LIKE RESEMBLANCE
OF THEIR OWN PERSONALITY--ONE THAT WOULD ANSWER
THE GIFT OF THE OTHER-SURELY THEY SHOULD GIVE A
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.t hat's the mission of the
Remington Portable
It will save your time, in college and out of college.
It is the favorite with college students, as It is
with every class of user-the recognized leader,
in sales and popularity.
And the reason is obvious-it is the most
compact, complete and convenient portable type-
writer. If you take any user's advice your choice
will be a Remington Portable.
Price, complete with case, $60. Easy payment
terms if desired.

SMARTLY

dressed men in the

style centers of the world,-know
there is no substitute for a Stetson.
STETSON HATS

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