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TUESDAY, DECETTEER 9, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1924PAGE SEVEN

I Madison, 'Wis., Dec. 8.-Whether or I
not the state capitol building will be AT ILA n TM
the scene of the 1925 Prom of the ;V4SAM az
News From Other Colleges University of Wisconsin is t he probi-
lem confronting the Prom chairman
," ~~for this year's affair. The granting ;, -
- l of such a privilege lies within the.
Montreal, Can., Dec. S.-- "Canada lig for the engineering profession did power of the legislature.
has more engineers than she can abi--± not furnish the cultural backgroundi-
sorb under existing conditions,"de - which lice said was necessairy in all, Bloomington, Ind., Dec. 8.-Tclegat.-;
dared Dan II. M. Maclay, a member1 eduicate(1 persons. es from 24 Indian!, colleges and uni-_
of the 'faculty of McGill university. I --- versities met here for the recent
Dean MacKay also stated that train-j' Champaign, D~ec. 8.-Three of the opening of the Indiana state Studlent _
°applicants for Rhodes5 scholarships at Christian convention. W11l Expos.ient. Puy
. te I~ivesityof Ilinis wre sns-panis of Ie r where
'CLIediforAIerIonal intervieisersihyioft. Patil Minn. De. 8.---Fifty-fbrcee adjust mnts by len
the state commifittee on selection ini railroads have launched a fight' 1li Il' WSP EA
Chic-f) Saturdayv against the reduction in express rates. 302, State St;

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BOUGHT, Sold, rented, exchanged, '
cleanied and~ repaired. 'We have
nearly all makes. We suggest that
you buy Corona Four and save
abIou t $40.00. Time payments if die-

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THE I CR( h ~~lijte
overcoat and ac ;'esor:. '; urn t1;
Chemistry li ds~I)X'5hsbe
idlentifiedl and Is, ti OmI ly mgdl
replace same. action xx'ill b lie 1e I a. k ess Iv~
Street.

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Nickels' Arcade.
Oldest 'typewvriter Store.

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To-daiy
Big MusiclSo
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PNov. 8,t raveling4 bag, wrapped
whiite' canvas, b~ tween 'Wayne
A inn Arbor on highwvay U-17.
urn colect to P. M. Larsen 7753
crian Rload, Chicago. Rewvard.

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OPENEDBY 15 i KELSEY'
THISfl TI
Lillcuwt D#octors I 0Sere i (. ipph i COLUMN Ev COLUMN
hillien; luI ,s il,' a CLOSES ECLOSES
___ t~ o assA 3PM DVERTISING Al 3 P.M.

We wxill hetie.0 l evenings star1ting -
IDe'. 15~. spc(;l;Iat tenion xill lbe TO
givento all C('Ii st 1P;~SIorderSa. (itly
A .i'uu'd Mafe Slt'r,l Jwr-lry Store CTt
1j0Z,' -. state s cre A18

$10 PILLS, Saturday noon,

Ilt Budge, .1 2071 r i
H 2101

State St. Please
S. Ingalls St.

DANCING
LxaiI to (danice. St art now. Open
daily, 10 a. i. to it) p). tn. A dult glass
,ve'ry Mbonday anld Friday. wif'teell
1-bour le:ssons for $5.00.1). Iroll now.
TERRACE GARDEN
DANCING STUDIOSI
2 "A uerth Alrcade Phone 241-RI

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WAXS[I ENAW TIIAS 2001
E. It. Klelsey, of "Toled1o, p~r(sidenit of
the International society for cr ipplod
Children, addressed the six serVICe
clubs of Washtenaw county la st night
at thme Union to inaugurate the camn-
paign for thre free clinic for crippled
children of this county. Mr. K elsey
explained the national work in this
hield and told, in what way the caans-
taigll should be handled here and justl'

FOR SILE
SPORT SOCKS 15c a pair. Anan Ar-
bor D)ry Goods, 3163 S. Main.
FORD ) ROADSTIER, 1922 A-i Condi-
tion. dew liattery. $125 cash. Also
Bemirsgton typewriter $10. Amtes,
1205 F. University after 5 P. M.

IF YOUR Pen fails, have it repaired
by penmakers at,
RIDER'S 1PEN 51191)
It costs you no more. 24 h our ser-
vice or better.

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;L 4 IXC VlI? "h ']ms'~tas Gift to taike
hictne alt !f
A~ S. 'dale of . hi ne 1ii 1Nh
/} 1]O lc i (lta i i { (: i t i a ;
'"T, ''T N oveli tsand GirLse~r?

what should be accomplished.! A VICTROLA in first class condition
The six organizations which include for sale cheap. Phone 1104,- Mr.
the Rota,,y, Exchange, and Kiwanis Loveiiiat.nj
clubs of Ann Arbor, the Rotary and FRSL e n eym~el
Kiwanis clubs of Ypsilanti, and Kiwa.-
seven room house. Will take a goodj
nis~~ cuofCesewi m rker (to] lot andi some cash for about $5,000
Vass of the entire countyinodrt
Ifid' out, where the crippled childrie andl the rest can standi on a mort-
live' and to make arrangements fr gage. Phone 2438 or 661-W.
bringing them5 to the clinic which is t"o WANTED
be held here sometime in February. __--___
According to statistics compiledc: by COLLEGE Girl wants to work for
'the Michigan Society for Crippled board and room. Can furnish ref-
Children, which has its head jua tern erences. Answer Box No. 43 Daily.
in Ann Arbor, there are approximate'
ly three or foui. crippled children in WAN-TED -Young anti healthy moan,
every 1,000 people. This ratio wouldI weighing about 150 pounds-at the
give Washtenaw county more than 201I.University Hospital for blood don-
cases. In this number there are l, ors. Apply at I-ouse Physician's
great many due to infantile paralysis,( office, University Hospital.
some have been born with bodn t;[11; TWO AMBITIOUS .$tudents to sell
joint dleformities, and other (deforn-i peison(:l checks and check writers
ities are the result of accidents. I during spare hours. Pay liberal
Eminent doctors in this field fromt commissions. Write or call Todd
all over the country will be brought, l'Protectogralph Co., 603 Congress
to, the clinic and their services will be; Bldg., Detroit.
given free of charge. The greatest! .__
difficulty now is to get the parents to( WANTED Room for one in an auto
bring their children, for many are going east to vicinity of Buffalo,
convinced that their children cannot I New York. Phone Boyd 843-M.
be cured.
As the remainder of the month is to BEAUTY SIIOPP.ES
be devoted to the perfecting of the or-
ganization of workers, the survey will; MACK AND CO.
lot begin until Januray. 3rd Floor Main St.
____________________________ Permanent Waving and Marcelling
I i WILL4 GIVE .Rain proof Marcells.
D lAILY .TYOUT. S lHave your old hair made up into
iI switches at a small cost.
SA midlsemester call for tryouts DIMATTIA'S BEAUTY SHOP
to The Michigan Daily is issued. j 810 S. State St. Phone 2cJ39-M.
j There is a limited number of po-
Isitions open in the editorial de- I FOUNTAUX PEN INK
Spartment which will be filled by f WH-Y Experiment with viscuous ink
j~competition among tryouts. The when you can always buy good ink
k positions are open to any men on fromi RIDER'S PEN SHOP.
the campus, not freshmen. or in j

I18(4,1,1AN E0JU? and the Boy Frind'' on re,,ord No.I
-75758 played by Roy ielr and hisI
SPECIAL LUNCHI ands music after rhtla
-Union Opera at Joe Parkers' TP L;1 PIIONO SHlOP
-SHOES I- t16t,1L.Liberty
SHARGAIS BOOTiERYIA(' T E EI
praIlous" --Friday the 12thl.1
Wuerth Arcade, first floor I lai')lv T ? i hVE,ODY MASTF'11 !
Ladies' (Tress STippets, Choice $(i. zs) Tic kct s on al at LWAHWS
i stock. Gentlemen 50c Ladies 35c'

UiIWCVNINGALLS St. amnd Univer-
ris y hospital Sal urday a gold Elgin
xi.c~. Finder lease return to Isa-
!be-Ite Johnson 214 S. Ingalls. Re-r
ward.
ON JACKSON ROAD), between West-
over Hills and city, dark grey top-
coal. Phone 1,8S4-J.
W AATCI- Hand engraved, initials Ml.I
IM. L. on back. :Between Oakland
Ave. and Grangers .Academy. Sat.
Sighst. Call 1600-W. Reward.
A WVI1)EIBROWN SUEDE Belt h~e-I
'tveen Tuttles Mid Calkins Fletch-
er' on Packard Friday noon. Call
j3237 Madelyn Dankers.
SILK SCARF at debate in U. hall Fri-
dynight. Call 2665-Rt or 751-W.'

Read the Want Ads

M& ma(le-to-Nea sure Shioes '$9.50 1
M Ien's Collegiate Shoes $K50
Exclusive Agency for Educator Shoes.
Open 11 A. X. to 9 P. 31. Phone 21110.11l
N{OTICE
THE NEW CLEVELAND ElectricI
vacuum cleaner - fully guaranteed.
Extra large motor $25.00 A. Koch and
Henne.
LANDLADIES- STUDENTS
DON'T Overlook the opportunity to;
save or. many household necessi-
ties' at The Economy Second Hland
Store, 209 N. Main St., Phone 789-1\.
We sell what you do want and b~uyj
what you don't want.
LET YOUR GIFTS be blooming plants
or cut flowers this Christmas. 'Wre
will not raise our prices. Ann Arbor!
Floral Co. 122 E. Liberty, Phone
1630.
IPERSONAL CHRISTMAS GREETING 3
CARDS ENGRAVED or PRINTEDI
Proper engraving takes time. Select
one of our many attractive, exclu-
sive designs and place your order
now.
0. D. MORRILL
14 & 17 Nickels' Arcade,

We H--ave All Kinds.
1111 South Uni''ersiy Ave. Phone 11 ESQ-R
L IN D E NSHITT - A PEEL 0 _ & CO.
ANN ARBOR'S L.EADING ITW' IRS
"Lxc.cla 'e--But Not Txjjc,'~c
2109 S. MAIN ST.
Smart Gb hei \7a LL"'-1 A 'llrrt(iule
Irit~lu C( -dc F~uiislni,:Jf

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SAMPLES
IN'rniansentix- on Dislpiay at
GU's WOOLFOLI( & CO.
',)36 S. State Street F
Ann Arbor, mach.
Designed by
WHITEHOUSE & HARDY
*NCCRPORAka
BROADWAYA 40-h STREET 144 WEST,42w0 STREET
METROPOLNOPERA I Or'j. iVsc BLDG. KNICKF.RUOCKER BVtLDING
NEW YORK(

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their first semester of residlence.
Those who desire to try out will
call at the office in the Press
Building between 2 and 4 o'clock
any afternoon next week and see
the City Editor.

FOUNTAIN PENS
jSli IC OUR S1PLEN DID Linm of foun-
tamn pens for Christmas gifts. $1 to;.
'$8. Room 2, 711 N. Univ. 2nd floor.
i ead the Want Ad,

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Coiceof a Career
pA From the Yale News
,f THE NINETY-FOUR
Someone, probably an insurance
agent, was quoted recently as saying
that from the mass of one hundred
E ~college graduates one individual only }
ously near the top of the financial lad-
def. Five others became comfortably
f off and found themselves after twenty
years at the small yacht and chauffeur
stage. The other ninety-four presum-
ably congregate in the great section of
the American people who drive their :ii
own Buicks to the golf club. In other
words, dreaming about being a rich1
man is one thing, and making the grade ¢is omt nge eaan.
Yet the ninety-four presumably work f3
just as hard as the sumptuous six. Their
A's ~business is the axis on which a small+,
and uninteresting world revolves. They.
have become devotees of the dollar ;
6 6 ~and when that fickle deity deserts, have ¢
Cd~rrnowhere else to turn. Jammed in a
dull, straight rut of business they can
never leave the road and jump the fence
into finer fields of life. This, then, is f}
the portion of ninety-four men out of
1 every hundred now on the campus.
The answer to the problem lies in
the proper choice of a career. z
Between now and Commencement we
shall have something to offer on the
subject of "Careeras." WXatch for the space
with the Famous Signature.

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Th Telephone Folio -up
0 SALES EFFORT AN
ADVERTISING
Keep b siness going-put the en-
livening kick into trade by using
Long Dis ance as a consistent fol-
low-up of alts and advertising.
Two Detro automobile firms sell
cars by -tele hone.
A large auto obile manufacturer
urges his agen a to sell by telephone.
A cleaning an dyeing house in
Lansing gets bu iness by telephone.
A Saginaw dealer sells tires by tele-
phone.
A big match comp ny does practi-
cally, all its whole aling by tele-
phone..
Financial houses se stocks and
bonds by telephone.
Many other concerns bu d business/
and keep in touch with their field
forces by telephone.
The saving of time and oney to
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