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THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE SEVE

THIS. MICHIGAN DAILY PM~E B~V

1 "Big Bill" Quits;
fl1AQ1rE wI Prefers Prison
OLMNL @@ [I I LUMN To "Red" Russia
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT, 3 P.Ms, 1

1,Iw )(1r ('I der, .tot teredl out of Russia,
ragged;c~ and star-ving, anld announcedt
he w as. going home.
!\Vhen iI Olywood went to Litssia to
escape serving a. term in the federal
penitentiary at Leavenworth, lian,
for "red'' activities, he was given a
sinall official position by the soviet..
flne( Commiunist intoernatic-nale paid
hin a. meag-re salary to act as adviser
to the Aminerican pJrop~agandla.sectioll.
A few months go, Zinovieff, hecad (ot

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F~OR SALE
C -MELODY Saxaplione. This fine in-
strument is a reail bargain. Very
reasonable lprice..
UNIVERSITY MUSIC :1hOUSE '
tSAVE: MONEY On a Sax. BueselierI
"G" Melody. Fine condition $30.
Martell M0-R evenings.

F OR REIN t

TO I ,NT 'aglF~e room in private
home. No ofther roomers. Tele-
phone W2932-M.
"11tiL RIE LARTE Exceptionally fur-
niished dlou-blle rooms. Reasonable '
prices. Convenient to Campus.r
P~ackard and State. 711 Arbor St.

the internationaile, ordleredl hiint to iVe-
i ito tlhe l_ :iii IedStatles t)o direct
1'eY(lu icnary ) )pa gnda among;'the
.1(4rp(e5 '11w nlani was to smiuggle
bi; into Georgia on a rm runner.'
xiHaywood 1 efusCel, and was kicked out
of his job. He left Mloscow on foot.
Hie is readly to sergye his sentence in,
l~cavenwoi ib. "I'd rathier live in
Leavenworth any time than in Russia.
It isni't a white man's country," hie is
(juotecd'as saying:.
1 UIII EATIORIITV VEDE

CLOTHES FOR THE COLLEGE MAN
The ULSTER
09 BIG, full cut, rugged
coat to ward off Winter
blasts. The rich woolens,
both imported and domes-
tic, endow them with dis-
tinction as well as comfort.
$3950 to $4950
N2AT LUXENBERG & BROs.j
841 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
Cmus Bootery, X0O4 S. State
Janry 29th and 34th
Ou} style memo. book sent free on request

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Don't Borrow-Subscribe Today.
January Clearance ,Sale

During the present month, we will hold
our customary January Clearance Sale
which should be of interest to all of
the students. Numerous attractive and
clever articles may be obtained at
greatly reduced prices.

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t,9sLIherTYUSpeD 00 ong m,1odel s uae- L.ARGE RI: 1OOM49 for one or two in pri-
sce Tupt-6. '.Ti svs vote fanily. Meals if desired. 1007
you $30 and you can not tell Nit j Monroe St.
from new. -
UNIVERSITY MUSIC 110USE FO11lENTI 70) Monthly. Apartment
'' ' -----; >iitable for 4 adults. Phone 158-
FOR. SALE H-ammond mathemiatica I I Ral ph T. Swezey.
fchemical typewriter. Good condli-?!
tion $35.00. Call on thirdl floor, 914 SEE TlLS~ ROOM, 610 S. tate. F+our
S. Stae rly venj-iings. (1001's south of Union.

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D arling & Malleaux
GIFT SHOP

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A FINE TRAP DRUM Outfit ready
to play-buy this and let it hay for
itself.
'UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
NOTICE

NICELY FURNISHED Student: rooms
1'o. hoAusekeepinlg and single Call'
MODERN SEVEN-ROOMED House.
Garage. 1404 W. Huron St. Phone
11046-MV.
MODERN FUIRNISHIED seven-roomied
house. Garage. 1414 W. Huron St.
Pihone 1046-M.

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,EXPERT WATCIJREPAIRING
On all makes. 302 S. State.
Arnold,: State Street Jeweler.

Inrlia n students in the University'
ae considierinzg the establishment of
"Big' Bill" Hlaywood-from a phloto was, suggested by Mr. Knliharni, 'a
t tkeua in Russia Hindu who is teaching at the 1\ich-
Constantinople, Jan. 6.-Soviet hopesj igan Agricultural college, and who
of fomenting trouble among disfran- was vresent at a recent meeting of
cised negroes in the southern half of the H-industan club.
the United States became known when Mrt. Kuiharni pr'oposed that the In-
- ______ dian and Hindu students here pilr-
SSHOIES chase a suitable house and obtain t
lIARGIS BOG'I'E]{,y- tc inity. t ;uch an organization, lie
Wuerib Theater Butildinig. 'sugge~cst ('(, would provide employment
!Educators. Price-.-Ladies $6.50. Aen for 0110 or two of the poorer studlents;
$3.50. and ill case there were not enough
BEAU'TY' SHOPPES Inian l students -in uanyboneuyearlthe
BEAUY SIOPPE imre colil e tunedover to the Uni
; Qn-it y until the deficiency -was supl-
Permanent Waving and Marcelling+ple
MACK AND CO. Wlhile no d(efinite action on the niat-
3rd Floor AlIain St. re has been taken as yet, plans will
SOFTWATE SHAPOOIG, Ieum''e discussed by members of the IIin-'
SOFT ATER HAMPOING, enna it;an club at their next meeting, a
dlyes, haircutting. Dimattia Beauty ;~ofclockSna nLn al
Shop. 340 S. State St.ckSnyinLehal

IJAVE YOU SUBSCRIBED YETI

224 SOUTH STATE STREET

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LOST

GOOD BOARD for three or four illI
private family. 1007 Monroe St.
CORRZ ESPONI)EN:CE g'TATIONERitY
BIG CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON
Buy now and effect a considerable
saving.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade

SIGMA CH1 Fraternity pins. White
gold. Win. H. Stoneman engraved
in back. Phone 236. Thanks.
TORITOISiE SHELL glasses in black
case. Lucy Wilson. Betsy Barbour.
PAIR GLASSES in Health Service
case lDec. 18. Reward. Call 2246-J.
LADIES Gold wrist w, tch-football
charm attached. Finder kindly re-
turn to box No. 47 The Michigan
Daily.

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A ;, FEWV GOOD VALUES Left from
the Christmas sale. Specially
priced.
THlE QUALITY SHOP
303 S. Main Phone 1861-M.

Not merely the economy of
e a ting here---mp-ot merely
the superb. foods---it's the
combination that _attracts
such big crowds every dlay

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TYPEWitITI N (and
YNGA
Promptly and neatly
onwed operators
prices.

1 1I1F G~iAPI'H-
done by experi-
at considerate

RWA1RD $5.00 for finder of 2 five
andl ten one (dollar' bills on campusi
between Oakland and State Street.
1Phone 1.602-M.
LOST PAIR OF GLASSES Friday Doe
ceniber 19th on or .about campus
with tortoise shell frames and gold
earpieces.; Call Joseph Finn at 357.
WANTED

TYPE WIITIERS
PH1ONE 866
For Typewriter Repairing
(All makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typ)ewriter's,
Sundstrand and Portable Adding
mnachi ne s.
Ann Arbor Typewrier ,Exchange
9 Savings Bank 1W.

' lcxi co City~, Jan. 6.-I~eon Salina,
i' cier :li-Secretary of the I rva suy.
Aha:; beer), a !-linted Mexican minister
la pami.

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0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Stationery & Typewriter Store
LANDLADIES- STUDENTS
DON'T Overlook the opportunity to
gave on many household necessi-
tieg 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.

FR1ATE uNITIES SORORITIES
ILet
CONNIE'S
MICHIGAN MEN
I'lay for that Party.
F'or Enigageimeunts Call 284

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PLOWV'1IRS
Our moderate prices mnake it possib.le
for all to have FRESH. HOME 1
GROWN FLOWERS.
A2 FLORAL CO.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630)
'MANT .rA 'flab,,.

j TYVE WITEIS JREN'TED)
WANTED POSITION. Colored mian L. C. Smiithi, Remington, Underwood,.
with references. Experienced cook. Royal. etc., 3 months $7.50 upt. Ini-
Phone 2915-IR. tial payment of rent applied on theO
WANTED TWO) Students to awash pur chase of any typewriter.
dishes f'or board. Three mealy per' 0. D. MORRILL
flab . Call the steward 13 17 Nickels' Arcade
Th'le Stationery & Typewriter Store.
TRY It' TODAY
I-ot-Hot-Hot" 1
ICE CREAM0
IT'S GOOD FOR YOU .CE CREA
FIRST YOU'LL LAUGH. THEN YOU'LL LOVE IT.

IRVNGWARMOLTS-, 0, S C,
GRALUATF AND RF:G1,TIlRFlI)
j Chiropodist OrthopedIs
~707 N. University Ave. Phone 2652

Upstairs,

Cafeteria

.Vic ke Is

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~Start the New Year right. Own a
Corona Four. Easy payments if
Sdesired.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
SThe Stationery & Typewriter Store
TJHeadquarters for all mzakes of high
'rade typewriters.
TheSttioer & Typewriter Store
~.< MITY NICE3
- HAMBURS
r 1 Eng. Arch
HoursI
"- 4LP.1.to 1A.M.
Call 790-111
We Deliver.
,SEE Mc INERNEY of the Interstate
t~Tailors at American H~otel for a
Ssuit or overcoat. Prices $24.50 and
S$29.50. Perfect satisfaction guaran-
teed Phn13
SWILL PAY Reasonable amount for 31
°r hlop ticket. Call White at 3010-R
if you have one or think you will.
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Fletcher

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Fraternities
and
Sororities
Some of You hlave-Mrui7y of
You Will, Experience Robberies
This. Winter. One Theft Costs
More, Than a Good B~urglary
Policy.

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'Drug Co.
3-DEPENDABLE STORES- 3
324 South State St.
Corner East and South University Ayes.
Corner State and Packard
Right here to' serve you.

Let JTs Show
Pecure Proper

You How
Protection.

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MR. MUNDUS
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