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1I 'Y A flT , 19 2 5

THE MICH-IGAN

DAILY

P'ACT,! SrV

rI o a a r er irc I TW-~ 11 MANy SIPHO MDBES

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LU Nt CLSES
hT 3P.M. ADVE1R

FOR SAS Y

vitnlon(is ;.ta r a l ai;aiji. Vr
sier T'i'r injsl-_$65.00. 'Plus 5ac('S
ou S30) awil You call 1not tell it
from new\.
> FOR IISALt. Ilaniuond tin atT7 a t ica 1
Cimittiical typewrliter. Cool condi-
tion $35.00. C all(onltir d floor, 91A
S. State, early evenings;.
A I NEl rJ')Aj1) RUTM Out fit, ready
to play--bray this and let it pay for~
1tself.
UNIVEMSITY AMUSIC llElTSIN
1 A ltf V'(11 iENTAI1 1 reig I 1I2 feet.
vorylheavy. Suital", for I a tcc -
p . ity or Sorority,.(e.\V. tat crson1.
Kic>II f'n " $ 5 . I 4rveicc, (21I Mtie

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11Oil 11N'I'
FO(~R RENT $70 Monthly. Apartment
initaijie for 4 a duls. P hone I 5-
Ralph T. Sweze.
SEE TISI ROOM, (;Il S. S t ate. Ior
doors south or u nion.
Diouible or ingle rom Withi private,
family. 421 3enjanuici. Phoe 283-J,
OINEISIN(I '.I. !( b O~f I .per wee.
925 Sr. Stae.
1Fior Typewri er Repairing
(All maes)
Dealer in Woodstck t ypewriters',
Sndstrand and Portf1able Adding
machines.
Ann Arbor Tlypewrit er Echan e
9 Savings HanklB''Y.
TYi1.E'lUTIR R IINTEI
L. C. Snmit h, l&'nin gton, Uderwood,
Royal, et., 3 months $7.50 up. Ini-
tial payment of1rent appliedl on the
lmuL'hase iol'any typewriter.
. ID. MVORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
The ;stationery &'Tyewrit[er Store
I P' 20 Y IA S o1 merli a i experi-
('lic wean tiuy al inii onyO, (cll
nio at ;lu '-M1for t~J)('1Vrite~rreicp<'J
ing ol allied ilichinite .
A. C. STlLIMSON
368 Southii;slate Second loor
(hnlIy Typewiteiir t ore on Sate S.
IJ'LC;--l. rown hg .fromhiitaxi-cal.
Name and initials,- C. W. C. Phione
242-W. Reward.
ILOST 1c(ree mi hie 'TineSb a fe r oln -
lin polu n (l(Slius. Rewa r. I
found cell 1 57-M.
l,(st A Paikei' ItInofoHIIpen. . alaed(
by ownier :askeepsake. II *l ti o
LO,{STi'A ( oniliii 'olrmt aiim IPenm o
WVi lizias 1st ween iSt atecand Y. NV.
C . A. (Call 5S2-M, He IleiSchmiitt.
LO ST'I' mi trwnScotch C( ol lie. Collar
ha:;istip;gma rked Chii I 'ni. File
('all 21,
A ItICIITHIANICl') CLOVE, Brownm
wiiihhiied liig, size7,Wednes-
day. 1L6ftvc at ichian Da)ily. lRe-
wvard.
MlAN"SGO~L)WAC'(l IMonday (ev.
Ownver many ha vi same by cll iii
2563- J or at 90S iMonroe after 7 P.
k M.
BEALITV HIIOPPEMF
Permanent Waving and Marelling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Alain St.
Thane 2939 for1' ttlpi)iimnt
1)IMIVIATTIA1 A EM'''Y SI l()P1 E'
Slate SYte-Above Cishinhgs
\Vert h Thea re Arca de. Se the Style
for youself.

r COLMN REPORUT TO STEV
(Continued fromu Page Six)I
Tn for the past two seasons (oat-h
NOTICE Farrell should have this dephartmentca
__________w~il taken cre of this year' \V it
IJX PERT WATCH REPAIRING Northrup who is capa ble of t ossi v_
On all makes. 302 S. Stae. the wand 190 feet on the suad. "floc
S Arnold State St reet :Jeweler. is an excellent prospectin the br can.
- --;jmpnI also andl it is Steve's intent ion
f OIIESPONDIENCE.STATIONERY to use him: in this deparimnen, with
BIGI CLE<ARANCE SALE NOW ON Hubbard.
Ba1y now and effect a considerable Two men, Weeks and Roth, whot
saving. have (done slightly over six feet in
0. D. MORRILL tie high jump are also sohomnores
17 Nickels' Arcade who performed brilliantly last year.
Weeks has had the experience of a
rYvEwiItaNG and 1MINEFOGRAPII- year on the Notre Dame team.
ING Prout, a pole vault er, is another
Promptly and neatly done by experi- likely loong performer. H Ie has
enced operators at considerate been out practicing since fall andi
prices, has done 12 rtet already this season.
0. D. MORIRLL Voelker and Walk are two hrurdler
17 Nickels' Arcade that scored points in the frosh mneets
The Stationery & Typewriter Store andI are good prospects.
____________________________________ While Stuat's ineligibility marks
LANDLADIES- STUDENTS the loss of a real star, there are two
DON' Ovrlok te oportnit tomore than average shot putters con-
saverJ2overloyokhoportnesitytong up in Lovette andh Munz. Both
tisa Thon EcanouySeod nds-o these men heavedl the shot '13fee
Sto-e, 209 N. Main St., Phone 789-M.qiecnitnlyalls er
We sell what you do want and buy In the minddle and long (ist ace
whtyou don't want. funsl no more than vrage tilile
_______________were turned inm by thle soph omores
FLOWERSbtt they were fast enomih to win
FLO ERSfrom le other freshuniiin teams last
Our moderate prices make it possible year, amd as most of these aiien were
for all to have FRESH HOME, in their first or second year of Itracik.
GIOWN FLOWERS. pospecOts are good tat they will
A2 FLORAL CO. show considerable impr(JveneimITmis
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO. year.TBriggs in the t wo mile and
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630 Jung and lorberger in thle milel
were consistent. winmers last year~ in
Feminine clothes laundered by hand their events.
First class home laundry. Phone Inl the 440 and 880 there are a mun-
2567-R. ber of men who show sron g possi-
____ _____-biliies but as yet have inot ttiiried
LATEST BRUNSWICK Record re- in times that would win places in a
lease by Isliain Jones and his Or- Conference meet.
c h s e t r a i s N o . 2 7 6 7 " T I O E ST A_ __RU L Y_ _ _
'rO1FLET P~iIONO SHOP BUSINESS5IPUBUCATION
ONE-FOURTH OFF On all handmade NOW COINBEHERE
(w a e s cr sc rs d rn'J n a y J all 2863-W . 923 Greenwood. - -
'.Nation's Business,'' the official
CORONA 1101'R publication of the United States (ham-
Start the Newv Year right. Own a er of Commnere, is mow obtainable
Corona Four. Easy payments if at a number of ilacs ons the cant-
desired, pus, a ccording to officials ofl thle or-
0. 1D. MORRILL gamnizat ion.
17 Nickels' Arcade 'These places inclutdetie Libvary,
TheStaionry TyewrterStoe he 1read1ing Irooim:; ofthe headq~uarters
Tlt Satiney &Tyewrte S ore the variots reliios organza-
IHeadqltarte' for all maskes of high lions, t he d oimitoies, thle inion. the
garade typewriters. awyes' club, Lmmnd Almni Mmorial
The :stationery & TIypewriter store hall.
WILL PAY Reasonable amount for J- The publication can also be obtain -
Hlop ticket. Call White at 3010-R ''d at the offices of the S udnt 131-
if you have one or think you will. ications in the Press bilding, at te
_____________________________offices of the faculty of the Ils es;
Admrinistration school and the cn-
YA NTEI macs (enartnienit, at the homes oh the
offiers of the Universityv Chamb er (f
WANTED-J-H op ticket. Address Commerce andl oher ofices about
Blo. :0, Michigan Daily. the campus.
________________________ "Nation's Business'' is a miaga'zine
I NATIV E FRENCHMAN Will give pri- Issued monthly by the National Cham-
' vote lessons in French. Moplaiser hem' of Commerce for the purmpos o
Christ opher. Phone 276. providinug (is~usions of1 the va l'iO:-;
__________________________business probems of the na tioni by
YOUNG BUSINESS WOMAN Desires prominent business nmen ad~ go-
clean, comfort able single room for ement experts. The artiles are il-
2nd. semester. Private home pro'f- lustrated in the manliuemroh a ti (.1ion
ealhe. MVust be inear, campus. Box magazine.
419.

G. o: P. Opens Fight For Wisconsin
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low: Gov John Jt Plairie (left) and Sen. Inillc, L Lellroot.

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HAR~IS TO CIVE1L
ON COMMERCIA
ich HaItrIuold . I arr
r'lyin g section in the e 225'
ViWon (If the 1% S. A
speak before the stwhtmit s
nmuichal dleparitnwnt and
tceetccd on ite 'subject
Applications of itni1a
?Moents" at 7:2,)0Aionda~y n
i-ral Science rid~itom-ium.
[iarlik will ithlustriale hi

[!IVE ins I rdtain,Jan. S.-Ain, amhitiou
I oJr I t'f aVolId flight embaracing a:
IIIAIO{five cot..inents is plannedl for early 1
9TIO~ i 921; by Liout. G. A. Koppen, chief it
vmi rctor at, the Soesterberg militai
i., c-hief of airdomne. IHe proposebs to use a bi
s('aplane oembodying all the latest in
gimeei'ing di- ! p xo'nu'nts anid fly from Arusterdai
service will ; cross' l urone and~ via the West Jr
-of the aero- j ies to oNorth America and back hiorn
1 011101's ill-: An influential committee consistin
''Commmem'cia 1 of leadimng aeronauttical and engineer
-y. De)velop- !imi explerts, nieteorolgists and bani.
tight in Nat-;ors has been' formed to support tI
.i cut ('eni lt !schemne.

is talk withl

PATRONIZE DAILY .ADVERT:

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-"w m'l s .udslides; i m (at img*1hos' aero-

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tion, but is the state Republican paty3
andic to beat such a political muachiume l
is much like trying 10 'beat .Tnm~any
Hali New York. It, is bit t:ressed i Iy
county and city administrations ofl
loyal La F'ollotte men throughout the
state.
Senator Lenroot may be a candidate
to succeedh himself 'ini the 1926 pri-
niai'ies. 'Flit, is miot yet,(certain, as
already the r'oport; is renewedl thatF
his healtlhi will not pmermit hini to run
again. Giovernor Blaine is now pic-kedl
as the probable 14a Folleltte' candidate.
Should Lenroot i-etire, ex-Cov. Emi-
a nuel L. T"I limp) will be tOlie anti-Lai
Follette selection. Aind unless lime pol-
itics of state arme tumrmned over in the
meantime, the advantage will lie withI
the La Follette machine.

n. ica1 evel opmecnts, particularl,
ln re,(nt worldId- -ligh and the wa_
'-n e:.of ('olunie;1r('ial application
1uhgthe world war Lienutenan
In :'i 5 Ipiloted(1a Capronm bombin(
plni e in lie Italian aii' service, mor,
rc_on i ly gaiming the distinction of be
i:ug the first pilot to save himself b.
a . ps: L ('lit e leap from a . falling plan lte t e a j ist o y t e U
,,i r service of the Kiarlin; bomnbei
1:11 in E~ngland and reputed thi
-;:s p ~-l ane in the world, LieutenaI
{i-lti Ihas bee(n the only pilot of thi
AIRMAN WILL EMBARK 01
ANOTER WORLD F lCH

Mliiwa mk(o, MVs., Janl. 8.-Polit i a This ;nlovo gives i lie oppositihonla, pow-
is adjou 'I'od everywhlineo excpt, in enl'ul w-e(g , as politi(cal organizations

Wiscomnsin. 'Thi s sta te isa hoihied of
pol iticalI wa i-fa re, all ofI whilchii
niore or less 1111(1 or (over. 'l'lue rec soi
; 1. V - - - 4:1f- :Iime ('Cl . Ut l fit' itat culial 1n itlCBI-

c-an organ iza Iion to0o1st f pl Fol let te
as thne boss of" thme C. 0. 11. ini the (se
La. Folleoftt has beenni-cad out of time
lpImp< r:y so I'l.ts\Washinmgton is con-
'erned, but;lie is still very umuch in
11 pwer' here(. 11111 Iis forc(es ar ie pro-
p~aring Ifo- a long, drawn out bat tle
for supremacy with time opposition
fom'ces. The la tteir have behwealirtened
by the jetiomi of the White I ouse in
'designating;1Imvine Lenroot, jumnior
, eatortfrom lt he' stte, as offi c-ildis-
ins 0 1, 'federal ;fobs in Wisconsim.
ln Toii

are built on pa~trionuage-on '"the frmiit s
of victory.''
T[he c:oniservativyes and a groiup of
prIogressives ofposed to CGover'nor
Blamne are frying to take control of
the legislatutre fromi lla ine. Tb is is a
mnixedI cont est. Ime priogressives ha~ve
beemn denouncing Bla ine for the last
thi'ee rear's, but are striongly for La
Fol lette.'he latte r sum)ported(l11a ine
in thme recenmt election. Should time ati i
Blamre coaltion be successful it vouild
wea ken the progressivyeimovememnt in
Wisconsin, but wouldlnot inecessari ly
loosen La F~olette's grnip on his po(w-
erful state organmizat ion.
La Folletto is not. only tlhe state or--
ganizationi and thme staff' admninistran-

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'HE dependable
action of the
\ Seaffer pen has,
\, \\ ~made it the favor,
~ ~ ~ ite of the A merican
; student.

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Gurtehil s' teth
'those tiny teeth are mi'V
.a priceless gift-
guard them well !
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-
ditions from which most people suffer.

S'1tUiJENTl SALTESiVIEN To work in
Anm Arbor for ireliable fitrm. ood I
play. C'hoose your own hours.
Ilioie :37 1 betw"een 6-7 P. M. Ask
f'or Roth.
Sound Money Adds!!
To Size Of Berlin
Berlinm, Jan. 8.-Since the renten-
mam'k was stalfilized, Berlin has be-
comaie a better city in which to live.
Sutch wouldl seem to he the opinion
of' at least 42,885 Germans who swell-
ed the populhationi of the capital dur'-
iing the fir'st nine months of 1924.
Sobscribe for The Mielilgaii Daily

OPERA BOOK WRITERS
Prospective book writers
foi' next year's Michigan
Opera are r'equmested to meet
with Mr. Shiuter at 4 o'clock
todlay in Mimes theater.
This notice applies to those
who have already seen Mr.
Shtfen, as well as those who
have net expressed their in-
tentions yet.

'A TMOIE NIISION
GETS NEWDYNMOMETER!
Th liautomotive di visieoi of tIe ne-e
clianical engineem'mng departmnemt,,1ha,.
jiust purchased a new Spr'ague are'--
tric Cr'adle dynamommeter fr'omn the
Gener'al Electric c'ompany. Tlhis dy -
namometer is rated at thbree anudI one-
half horsepower amid operates mt. any
speed up to 4,0I00 revolutions per mimi-1
ute. It is complete with all control
1(devices and was p~ur('hased priumarily-
for uise in testimng and~ studying the
p~erfoi'rmance chiaracteristics of auto-
niotive starting motors timd lighd ing
generators and also for drivinmg igni-
tion apparattus for testing purmiposes.
Tphis alpparatus will be muic-hiused(
'in the laboratory work of thle new
course mechanical engineering 44;
dealing with automotive starting,
lig'hting-amid ignition equipnment . Manymv
new electrical instrummemts (especially j
adapted for this class, of work:Iave
been alnd will be purchased withi the
initent to ultimately have a thoroughj
ly modern and complete laboratory.
JIohmn A. Sabo, Jr., '27, gave a shortj
talk: on ''Football at Michigan"' be- I
fore, a meeting of more than 1t00 col-
lege, men dluring the vacation at a,
lunheon given f'or them by thme Lions'
club of' Gary, Ind. The men present
rep~resentedl more than a score of
schools.
John, S. Meehan, who resigned this
week as head foothall c'oacli at Syra-
ctuse university, todlay accehited a<
three year contract to take lhai'geof('
the gridim'on gamme at New York univer-
sity, to talte effect next fall.

A prominent physician says:
how free from decay the teeth
using gum after each meal."

"Iat
can

WRIGLEY'S is good, not only for the teeth, but
for the nerves and appetite and digestion, too.

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be kept by

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The whole family should use

The Lifetime Pien will
hold enough ink to
take your class room
notes for a week. In.
~vest $8.75 and 'you
will not need another
pen for life because
the Lifetime Pen, is
unconditionally guar-
anteed forever.

UWAh

Sold by
The Better
Dealers Near'
The Campus

The 46 Special Pen ~
$5.00 is the never-f~.I
ing writing companion
that will bring youa
greater writing satisf c-
tion and better grades.

TRA(CK NOTICE
C'andidates for the Varsity
jtrac'k teani may repoi't anyj
afitem-nooni this week at the
1 fie'ld hioulse-.
A. V. Hlerrick I
Manager

The Student's "Special
is the best pen -at the
price-$3.75--and, is
- high grade pen for class.
room and study.
Bly the Creators of the Lifetime Pencil
W. A. SlIPAFER PEN COMPANY, Fort Madison, loins
N ew 11nink Chicago Denver San Francisco
336 AlaAvnue 66Republic -Bldg, SJU JAcoben Bldg, 681 Market street

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