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NVEDNF'sDAY, DEC EIBER .10, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

THSS TI Socialist Party QRI7 BO HM 1AAflf
TiffS THIS~~~ ' Remains Inat:c tILL UU IIIL
COLUMN I A SCOLUMN '
GILSSE CLOSES 9TAR9BGYLE BANQUET
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M. j .

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FOR S LE
ui3VZ, O~'sOCi S 5c oa pair. Ann Ar-
bor Dry (Goods, 316 S. Main.
A V l( 'TIROLA in fir t class condition
for -ale cheap. Phone 1104, Mr.
L~oy eman.
FOR SALJI Two tube, dry battery
radio set, 2 pair of p~hones, fine re-
sults. Complete $25. Call Bean,
22 99-Ml.
T1IlAP DRUM Outfit $51.50. As good
as new-Easy Payments.
UNIVERSITY MUSIC 1hOUSE
A GOOD C-MELODY Conn saxaIphonC
for $60. This is albargain. Pay as
you play.
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
MUSIC ROLLS and1 bags from 50c zip.a
These make ideal Christmas gifts.
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HIOUSE

JFOR RENT
FOR RENT Rooms for mien. Rooml-
mnate wantedl to shar e suite of
south and east exp~osure. Steamn
heat. Plenty of hot water. 4L2 E.{
Washington. Phone 1191-M.
LOST
LOST Nov. 30, traveling bag, wrapped
in white canvas, between Waynej
and Ann Arbor on highway M-17.
Return collect to P. M. Larsen 775'3
Sheridan Road, Chicago. Rewardl.
TWO $10 1ILLS Saturday noon,
either in gym or on State St. Please
S Call Budge, 207 S. Ingalls St.
' 150-W.
jBETWEEN INGAL:LS St. and Univer-
'sity hospital Saturday a gold ElginI
watch. Finder please return to Isa-
lp boeeJohn son 214 S. Ingalls. Re-I
ward.
W VATC I HandI engraved, Oinitials M.
M. B. on back. Between Oakland
Ave. and G rangers Academy. Sat.
i i -t Call111600-W_ T P r.,, .

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FOR SALE New Michaaels Stern. Tux-
edo, size 0, never been worn. R~ a-
sonable. Call Ryan 726-M.
FOR SALE New and nodern double

In ordecr to announce and present
<awiar(s to women who win prizes for
contribut ions to its "Girls' Number,"~
Ga., oyl e; campus humor publication,
Nvill givec a banquet on Jan. 14, for its
atprize winners, and other contri-
biitr. This event was mnade possible
,yacOtion of the Boarid in Control of
Studlent. Publications at its regular
fleeting Monday.
Gargokyle is offering two cups to wo-
mii contributing to this issue which
uas been set aside for them. The cups
will be given for the best art work
submlittedl and for the be~t written
material, both prizes to be granted
upon considerations of the quality and
of the work published.
The final (late for acceptance of
material is Friday, Dec. 12. Numer-
oiis contributions, all by women, have
been racelved for the issue, but mate-
rial submitted this week will be grant-
ed full consideration, according to the
editors.
Copy Of Original
World Map Found
Here In .library
Prof. L. C. Karuinski, of the math-
emnatics department, in the course of
some recent cartographical research
in the William. L. Clements' library,
has dliscovered what is probably the
only copy in existence of the first ac-
curate world map. The mnap was en-
graved by Giovanni Dominico Cassini
in 1696 and because it shows the con-
tinents correctly projected from actu-
al observations of latitude and long-
itude it is a document of importance
in the history of geography.
The map was found by Professor
Karpinshi in the Clements' library
among the maps in the collection of
,Flenry Vignaud. Since the finding of
th~e Cassini map, Randolph G. Adamns,
c'us-todian cif tie Clements' library,
has made inquiries about it at lead-
iag institutions in England and Am-
erica to atscertain the exact import-
ance of the discovery.
Word has been received that no
copy exists in the Library of Con-
gress, the British Museum, the New
York public library, the Royal Geo-
grapical Society of England or the
American Geographical society, so it
is safe to assume 'that the copy in
Ann Arbor is the only one to be

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WE, HAVE ALWAYS
PLEASED
TUTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
338 Maynard

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"-- --Y BLUE -BLACK
-the kindl
you will use
in business
I;~u1 iNhK All Sizes and
U !13 9, Colors
For Real Fountain Pen
Satisfaction, Use
SFOUNTAIN PEN INK
"The Ink that Made the
j, Fountain Pen. Possible"

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jIRVINE WABMOLTS, D, S G,
I GRALUATF. AND RW~IThRUD
Chiopodist Ortlhopedist
Ij 707 N. University Ave Phone 2652
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house. One side -will keep up) yourI
monthly payments. Phone 2438 or

661-W.
WANTEDI
COLLEGE Girl wants to work for
b~oard ant? room. Can furnish ref-
erences. Answer Box No. 43 JDaily.
WANTED 'Young and hiealthy man,
weighing about 150 pounds-at the
University Hospital for blood don-
ors. Apply at 1House Physician's
office, ;University Hospital.
TWO AMBITIOUS Students to sell
personal checks and (check writers
during spare hours. Pay' liberal
commissions. Write or call Todd
Protectograph Co., 603 Congress
Bldg., Detroit.

ni> aii N uvv-vvr. ±teat u.
LOST Saturday ig ht man's black fur
coat at Washtenaw County Country'
club. Reward Call Williams at 823.Nt
TlIhIE PERSON who appropriated
overcoat and accessories from the
Chemistry building Dec. 5 has been Victor IBerger (above), only dyed-
idecntifiedl and is strongly urged to in-the-wool socialist in either house of
replace same. Action will be taken congress, has won the first big strat-'
after Dec. 11. E. F. 1015 Packard egic victory of the present congress-
Street. ional session. Fiorella La Guardia
TILE IDENTITY of the pierson who I (below), New York, wvho won his ee-
took topcoat from Eng. Bldg. Satur- tion on a: Socialist ticket, asked the
day has been determined. No acton house, clerk-,to list him as "progres-
sie egrwill be taken if they are left at 237 sive.'perger heard ofte request
______ __Bldg. ___by _noon ___Friday. _ a Socialist to avoid a split in Berger's "
LOSTr Sterling link bracelet set with party of two.
afmethysts at Freshman Spread Sat.
night. Reward. 1105 E: Washing- N 2OTICE
ton. Phone 1854-M. Sl'I.TW NTS ATTEI~NTIOJN!
MAN'S Silver oblong wrist watch at We will be open evenings starting'
Union Monday night. Peculiar in- Dec. 15. Special attention will be,
scription on back. Not replaceable.. given to all Christmas orders.
Liberal reward. Phone 1226-R. Arnjold State Street Jewyelry Store4
___________________________-102 S. State Street
LOST Gamma Phi Beta pin Sunday
night .in Majestic on diagonal or BANQUETS, DINNERS, & Luncheons
South 'University. Name on back. at reasonable prices served by the
Call 2325 Reward. Aid society of the CHURCH-IOF
CHRIST. New Church, new equip-
NOTICE ment. Cail 2025-J.
THE NEW CLEVELAND Electric R [UGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
vacuum cleaner fully guaranteed. Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works,j
Extra large motor $25.00 at Koch -and Phone 50.
Henne. -___

In a tactful, cordial tone
"The Write Gift" says:
"WRITE"
Such a gift spans the miles
o Y between you and binds
friendship closer.
From the \wealth of styles
* , and grades in our store
you Will find it very easy
"gym iO select the Boxed Writ-
e ing Papcr that wYill reflect
the personality of the one
you wish to remember.
0. ID. MORRILL
°IT he Station ry and Typewriter Stares
14 anl 17 NICKELS ARCADE

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.WANTED 2 passengers by studient
andl wife going to Parkersburg, W.
Va. via Colujmbus Dec. 20. One day
trip. Closed car. Call 313-W.
WANTED White girl for part time
work as second. cook. Experience
unnecessary. Apply 1811 Washi-
tenaw Ave. or phone 1355.
TYPE WRITE RS
BOUGHT, Sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned and repaired. We have
nearly all makes. We suggest that
you buy Corona Four and save
about $4I0.00. Time payments if de-
sired.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels', Arcade.
Ann Arbor's Oldest Typewriter Store.
T .lHE experienced operator will recog-
nize an array of features not com-
bined in any other typewriter. A
trial will convince you. We also
have all makes of used machines.
Renting and repairing a specialty.
Ann Arbor 'Typewriter Exchange.
SHOES
HIARIS 1300T1Y
Wuerth Arcade, first floor
Ladies' Dress Slipp~ers, C'hoice $6.59
in stock.
Itlide-to-1i1es re Shoes $9.50
:Men's Collegiate Shoes $8.50
Excluiv e Agency for F duicatr Shoes.
Open 11 A. IN. to 9 P. ill'. Phone 2x40-J
BEAUTY Silo P P.ES
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Alain St.
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
WILL GIVE Rain proof Mlarcells.
1.-lave your old hair made up into
switches at a smnall cost..
DIMATTIA'S BEAUTY SH1OP
340 S. State St. P~hone 2939-M.
FOUNTAIN PENS
SEE OUR SPLENDID Line of foun-
tain pens for Christmas gifts. $1 to
$8. Room 2, 711 N. Univ. 2nd floor.
WE WILL D)ELIVERL
Plum Pudding
Brick
In
Pints or Quarts
THE
Honey Dell T Room
Phone 640-3 111a S. Univ.

THEN' WHAT
MEMORY EVERYTHINC
YOU OWN?
Our convenient IHous>ehold In-
ventor Oywill b~e of great assist-
ance to you when the Fire
Insurance Adjuster arrives.
Call up and ask for one..
IMR. MUNIDUS
With
Louis CG Andrews
INSURANCE
'1" -Kati. Bank Bldg. Tel. 3064,

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FRATERN ITIES SORORITIES
Let
CONNIE'S
MICHIGAN MEN
Play for that Pairty.
For Engag'ements Gall 1284

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__________________ SEE Mc INERNEY of the Interstate"!
LANDLADIES- STUDENTS Tailors at American Hotel for a
DON'T Overlook the opportunity to I suit or overcoat. Prices $24.50 and .
save or. many household necessi- $29.50. Perfect satisfaction guaran-
ti"9 at The Economy Second Hand I teed. Phone 123.
Stor e, 209 N. Main St., Phone 789-M.
We sell what you do want and buy
what you don't want. RD ,.x1 f T, IAr~iY,- A A v

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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.
PERS NAL CHRISTMAS GREETING
CARDS ENGRAVED or PRINTED
Proper 'engraving takes time. Select
one of our many attractive, exclu-
sive designs and place your order
now.
0. D. MQRRILL
14 & 17 Nickels' Arcade,
D)ANCE AT i)EXTCEI
Opera House-Friday the 12th.

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By meal ticket or weep.
D~esirable Place for
La dies.

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632 Forest Avenue

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Music by THE'
Tickets on
Gentlemen 50c

MELODY MASTERSI
sale at WAHR'S
Ladies 35c

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MITY NICE
HAMBURGS I
REWPIE HOTEL
Opposite
Ejig.Arch
Hours
4 P. 31.to 1 A. M1.
Cali 97:x1
We Deliver.

The
Walworth
Corner State, Packard
anO Arbor
Phone 1117

Clo'sed from Saturday, December 20th
Till Sundav Morning, January 4th {
W~e wis to announce to our patrons that there has been iio change
in management in the last year.
WHY NOTA
BOOKS?
~ SLATERI'S
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OVERCOATS
Y.. Warm, rich fabrics;*
the new styes
This season the skirt is longer, shoul-
ders wider, the back fuller. It's a
roomy overcoat that the well dressed
man is wearing; big and burly; cut,'
however, to show graceful easy lines.
This new and goodlooking style is
carried out perfectly in our Society
Brand models. In a wonderful selec-
tion of choice fabrics.

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Jaslow's Dining Roomn
614 Monroe, near State
Kosher
$5.00 Week
Two Meals Per Day
First Class Food
Phone 1 660-W

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Society Brand Overcoats
Wad hams &Coo
241 S. Maii St.

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