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TUE~SDAY, DI;C IP1:DIt ]G6, 924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE lSEVEN

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THIIS LE T""
IFIEF COLUMN,
CLOSES ,SES
ADVERTIIG T 3 .M.

IIIOR SALE

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('IIlISt l ' '°¢ ;$; 5 ! 1'111 KAPPA TAU Fraternity jpin. Ini-
tial's 'E.. 13 . on back. Finder call
GeOt your tree from :Rhead. Come and 2J s orMc ead
;gee our line. ']'his is the "home of01 --
natural trees" for the churchi, home, LOST Blue Cordluroy reefer coat,
and school. Rhead's tre aeth Size 42. Finder please call Shawak-
-PHbs AD er, Phone 2034-H.
PACKIG CO.LOST Long key and small keys on

525 DuetroitSt.
HOME NEAR THE CAMPU
Six room house in cicilvefieW-l:1oc a-
tion for family with Uinivrersity Con-
nections. Located in the 'Gash-
tenaw district (523 Linden St.)
near the campus and near the new!
Angell school. 'There are hardwood

ring. Between Medical bld;. and
University hospital. Reward. M. M.
Ilarrington, Tel. 2692-W or Univ.
Hospital, Univ. 203-5.
1RO WN LEATHER Hand bag con-
tam ing money and glasses. 224 S.
That' rl. 1612-R. Reward.

1'YOTIrcE Whitney Explains Egypt Gives Him
H -AND MADE Leather goods make Chief Cause Of Cabinet Position
Ian ideal gift.
' APPLIED ARTSRentWrig
2 Nickels' Arcade Opp. Sub-stationRe ntW rig
CHRISTMAS CARDS of Distinction "Failure to realize the extent of thef
APPLIED ARTS adjustment to be made between high
" ; Nikels Arade pp.Sub-station school and the University is the chief1I
Nickes' Acade Opp.cause of the recent warnings issued,"
CHRISTMAS FOUNTAIN PENS according to Dean A. S. Whitney, of (I
Make Dad happy. Buy him a Rider the School of Education. "Out of 5,000
[ Masterpen. It may be the first sat literary college students taking ap-
isfactory Fountain Pen hie has everI proximately 20,000 subjects," he con-
had. Just bring a sample of his tilnueel, "1,200 wvarnlings can hardly be
writing, we can fit him exactly. considlered an excessive number. First
RIDERS PE SHO year students especially must make the
302 S. State St. transition to meet conditions here. A
NOTICEwarning is merely a social judgment
NOTICE ~~suspended; most of those judgments Bfr on oeseorln f :
beauiful preentaion Founainwill never become final."
beuiuIrsnain Futi Dean Whitney thinks that possibly
Pens and Eversharp Pencils. For too much work is done among students
' lady or gentleman, hand painted here for credits and honor points only, ..:
sets, green gold, yellow gold and and would favor a system under which
silver. All purchases sent out in passed ,conditioned, and not passed
ornae Chistas atire atwould take the place of letters fromA
RIDER'S PEN SHOP to E. A much larger student body
Pen Specialists could be cared for under such a Sys-
tern, with students taking therso-
THE NE CLEVLAND Eectri sibility for satisfactorily completing
vacum ceanr fllyguaanted.work assigned. It is probable, also,
Extra large motor $25.00 at Koch and thtsuet:wudete"udrae ,. . ...
Henne.their s tulieS more seriou1sly or 1immed- 4
LANDLADIES- STUDENTS iately drop out, so that fewer warnings
!DON'T Overlook the opportunity to, would be issued, according to :Dean I smiael Sidky Pashau
save on many household necessi-y Whitney. Isie ih aha omrmnse
tleg t Th Ecoomy ScondHandf finanlce in the Egyptian cabinet. has
Stage, 209 N. Main St., Phone 78%-M. SHOES bent]onela iitro neir
We Sell what you (10 want and buya post which Preier 7z -ar Pasha
what you don't want. L:IRI BO Y' ' ,<vihhs rmirho.Ti
LET YOUR GIFTS be blooming plants is the firist step toward the dissolution
or cut flowers this Christmas. We Wuerth Theater Bldg.-First Floor j
will not raise our prices. Ann Arborr We supply the increasing demand for
Flor~al Co. 122 E. Liberty, Phone good shoes at, a fair price--
1030~.. Ladies' P~ress Slippers, Choice $6.50
STL;DETS ATEIN'TIO --- Men's Collegate Shoes, $8.50)N C
We will be open evenings starting lsieAenyfrEdctr heI __-
I g l ;n 1A. Ir. to 9 P. _3. hone 0240l-a = --
Dec. 15. Special attention will be ____ ___ ______

Socialist Party
Affiliation .Bad,.
Maintains Reed
!any ga'oup thla will affiliate itself
with the Sociali tIai will be an-
Nad-apped rat her than Helped, accordi-
in; to Priof. 'Tb Oluas If. leed o0 1wi(
political scienc^ eparl~dtmient . The
Social ists will hold a convent ion n, x,
{February to determ in, whether or
not they will finite wit IithIii aFol-
lette group~.
According to Ili~ofe50,;orheed, the
'Socialist party will nwver succeed ini
gaining a foot hold ini tthe Uniited
States, because "ev are not Socialist-
rcally inclinedl.''
"Whlatever nmove thlis plarttymay
make is not likely to affect the poli-
tics of the country," saidl Professor
Reed. '"The very name Socialist' car-'
lies with it a stigm.
"Furthermore, there are only about
one million Socialists in the country,"
lie cont inuedI. "Thlis is a comp arative-
ly small minority nowadays, with
the usual poll of thirt y million."
Minneapolis, Minn., D~ec. 13.-Wash-'
burn Crosby company, millers, have
dlonated the complete equipment of
ftheir radio station. WLAG, to the Uni-
versity of Minnesota's station.
of the Egyptian pariiament, the in-
terior (department hbeing responsile
for "making~ or juggling ain Wectiou.

CC L i FOR TI' ' COLLEAAN
The
DINNER SUIT
CUT preciselyaccording to
conscervatively correct ideas
in notch and shawl collar
models. Tailored in the
LU.'.XEN"4BERG way of fab-
rics which insure excellent
wear.
$350
NAT LUXENJ3FRG & BROS.
841 BROADWAy, NEW YORK
Nt :X r S4-IoNtG #
at (: smnus ih~owery, 3'1 %State
J iav 29th acid 30th
Our style memo, book sent free on request

dloors throughout, fireplace and FOIR RE.NTL
spacious closets. The heating; Sys-
tem is unusually efficient a nd sat-' OR RENT Apartments, lighthouse-
isfactory. ']'here is a, good garage k ]eeping rooms, single rooms. Phone
and the lot is well sllrulhied. T[hel 155, Ralph T. Swezey.
owner has recently mroved and cail FOR RENT Rooms for men. Roomn-
giveimmdiat posesion.feii~s mate wantedl to share suite of south
f ifdesied.and east exposure. Steam beat.
,.: F. E. Bartell, P'hone 3511-MV Plenty of hot water. 422 E. Wash-

RADIO ,PORTABlA ,

"'three tilluo :;I,[

Gives fine result,, Cost; $100. Will
sacrifice for $55 cash. 621. State
Street. Phone 190.
FOR SALE Tuxedlo, si~te36. lniiuiir
at Room 13 Lawyer's (lub. Pr'iice IS
reason abde.
V ICT11,01 ;1.1 I 'ondil ion. It a 4ckaa-
_ mie prIce. (''ai i trieru an ItML.
x Tjf T)O Llco e lew. ( 'heap. ('all or
see Becker Lawuxyer 's Club .1 -21.
dition. New battery, loch whc l
A-1 tires. MeAi.IPerf. Will sell for
$100 cash and it ,s a ;-N e- .w iy at.
that price. ('al11 Tuesday A. MX.{
Amies, 1205.1.. University.

TO STUDENT A warm clean room in
good location. 429 S. Division.
FOUNTAIN PENS
SEE)F OUR SPLENDID Line of foun-
tain pens for Christmas gifts. $1 to
$8'. Room 2, 711 N. Univ. 2nd floor.
TYPE WRITERLS
]OUGI-T, Sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned and repaired. We. have
neatly all makes. We suggest that
you buy Corona Four and save
about $40.00. Time payments if de-
si red.

HAVE Yo tjSI'SCRIBED YET?

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given to all Christmas orders.
Arnold State Street Jewelry Store
102 S. State Street

wBEAUTY SI1OPiPES
MA.CK AND CO.
j 3rdl Floor Main St.
EPermanent Waving and Marcelling

0. DA MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade.
Ann Arbor's Oldest Typewriter

Store.

1WAINTE 1)
-STUDENTS' Washinrg. Work gua r-
anteed. 1741-I1.
GOOD COOK Willh references; is cap)-
able of managing; desires a place
in fraternity or sorority first of
schiool year. Phore 1514-11.
WANTED Bly an experienced couple,
fraternity house, cook and porter.j
Can give good references. Call
S .1056. Ask for Wilson.
}ONE OR TWO Passengers in auto go-
ing to Indianapolis and Columbus,f
Intl~ Friday or Saturday. C'allk
1I1-32 Lawyer's Club.
WtANTEl) fit dent Who1 lives in 1De-
ri_ a wl xil e o make x;50 to $75
before ( 'lzristai~fshphone 2757-Ji after .
6 1'. M.
PERSONAL CI RIS'IMA S GREETING
CARDS EIN t.RAVED or PRINTED
Proper engraving- takes time. Select
one of our niany attractive, exclu-
sive designs anrd place your ordler
now.

THE experienced operator will recog-
nize an array of features not com-
bined in any other typewritoer. A
trial will convince you. We also
have all makes of used machines.
Renting and repairing a specialty.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange.

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Also
Waffles
1, tIN C I
uponi Books
1117
UniversityV

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Read the Want Ads'
For Food That Sate

Learn to dance. Start now. Open
daily, 10 a. in. to 10 p. mn. Adult class
every Monday and Friday. Fifteen
1-hour lessons for $5.00. Enroll now.
TERRACE GARDEN!
DANCING STUDIOS~
?2 Wucrth Arcade Phone 241-R E
isf ies Comie to the

40

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Those tiny teeth are
a priceless gift -
guard them well

F +yt. j3,'.r.,
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"O-uard thechl" stede

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FOUN'TAIN PEN REPAIRING t
Ili YOUR Pen fails, have it repaired
by pe nmakers at,
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
It costs you no more. 24 Hour ser-
vice or better.
WHY Experiment. Buy your fountain
penis of Rider where you can get
adjustments by pen specialists.
RI)E'S PEN SHlOP
302 State Street
FOUNTAIN PEN II(
WIlY Experiment with viscuous inkI
when you can always buy good ink
from RIDER'S PEN SHOP.

$10.00 REWARD
To the first person furnishing in-
formation leading to location of
KIMBALL PIANO No. 1, shipped to
Louis H. Clement, Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan.
KIMBALL PIANO COMPANY
I 1436 Broadway,
Detroit, Michigan.
QUALITY SHOP
An unusual array o1' selected collar!
and cuff sets (daintily embroidered
in colors on linen. Special price,
$1.25. These are very useful Christ-
nias gifts.
Read the Want Ads

State Street and Packard
TFable or Counter Service

Good Wholesome Food

Moderate Prices

WRIGLEY'S is a wonderful help to keep teeth
clean and sound, for it clears out the crevices,.
makes the mouth sweet and removes acid con.
dlitions from which most people suffer.
A prominent physician says: "It is surprising
how free from decay .the teeth can be kept by
using gum after each meal."
WRIGLEY'S is good, not only for the teeth, but
for the nerves and appetite and digestion, too.
'The whole f amily should use

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t. ). RMORHILL
14 & 17 Nickels' Arcade,

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('AR STCIlAGC [ Steami heat. Phone
1514-W. O 17 5. MaioI. Cias. Klager.

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Meals $7.50 E
Per Week
$6.00 for Two Meals
Breakfast from 7 to 8 .
.. Lunch fromt 12 to 1
Dinner from 5:80 to G:30)
- Single Meals
"TASTES LIKE HOME"

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PRINCETON

f/o Your Christmas, Shop-
ping inAnn Virbor
You will find the most appropriate gifts at"
Cardies'-Silk Knit and Dress Ties, Plaid
W\Xool Scarfs, Gloves, Belts, Golf Sweaters,

CHARLEVOIX

ANN ARBOR

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SAMPLES
Permanently on Disputy at
GUY WOOLP OLK &CO.
XWu S. Sidfe Street
Ann Arbor, Mi1chi.
Designed by
WXH ITEHOUS E & HARDY
tNc"'PORA&TD
BROADWAY AT 401" STREET 144 WEST 42"° MTEET
METROPOLITAN OPERA flousa.BDG. KNICKFROOCKS'R 8VILDINO
NEW YORK

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Imported Golf
Overcoats.

Hose, Suits, Tuxedos

and

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30}6 South SW(t

An Unusual Shop-Si
Unusual Clothes

C ARTIERS' ISsrW
Read the Want Ads!! H ANN
t St., Second Floor Over Hoaller's Jewelry IG NER
ciig IUnexcelled Quality teAnw teAcco:
Is evident in the food w ich ='ortheaccuniodatior
isis served at teAn rbrcen ber 19th accounit Ch
Restaurant. =r aseiltanlai i
tdisC& - rotcctin ;-tall Iole(1oco
ouae IThis Train Will
seigWe urge you to try our In order to protet '
sein service-you1) ill l)e operated I
se vi e yo ill be well A L;i s Iop iin at intermnediate
ISsatisfied with the excellent -E
cuisine. R
I-.Ini add(iti]on to tlhe
- 1, 1) r to Toledo()will pr(
_iize AnniArbor 8Lv. A1~
~(/ \ is RestaurantA-.~

A BO PA'EGypP IDE..pia RT M PANY
ant Christmas Vacation
err of LnI\ ci itx (}f£ Mn. :rr- ttt lc rs returi-tm ~hone IFridlay, De-.
hristmnas Nacatioli, 'PIlI' K1 ()i.ik11, I: O)ADItwill operate
.1n1 Arbor at 11 :40 A. M\. ( C. 1 .) arriving T'oledo 2 :00 1'. M. (T. )
imections.
Handle Passengers ONLY- for Toledo and points Beyond.
'ere Marquette awli 0 ianld 'rtiiik eoriiectioits, a first section of train
leaving Ainn Arbor at . : 60 1. M\. (C. '.) for O)wosso, Michiganz,
stations to discharg(e pa-sell -el;.
EGULAR TRAIN SERVICE
(South bound)
above Sp~ecial Service the 10110 wing1-1- ular train service Ann
revail:
Arbor zi :4o A. M. (C. T.) 4:15 P. M- (C. T.)
,do a :io P. M. (E. T.) 6:50 P. M. (E. T.)
(Northbound)

ARBOR RAILROAD COMPANY

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The clothes shop of Herman, Mar
B~ogin Co. is unusual because here y(
served by men keenly interested in
you get just what you want, in-
Mtead of by men whose only ideaq
is to sell you something.
And our clothes are unusual. "23 Point Hand
Tailored" for us by Goodman 0& Suss at
Rochester, they "match up" in fabric, fit and
"smartness" with those for which a merchant
tailor must charge around $1::5. Yet they are
moderately priced at $45 to $75.

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