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THE LMIChI-1GAN DAILY

PACE SMVN

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THIS I40 R -
L kihll COLUMN
CLOSESCLOSES
AT 3 P.M A D ~ ~ R T S I N GAT 3 P M

. L T 0 1 _i L N T S in g i o - '.s'c i 1 b r i' 0 :i -
neair (i'a ni us .No(1 01 i r rooi a is iii
house. Cooll 289-J.
FOR RENTP Single oa tlddouble On
643 Tappan Ave.
FOR RENT Brooks lrlh rs, n<e-,
edo, size 33, with vea. ey cia
C ' all JPlumer 2801-MI. 914 ,fta_

I xi W Cton JL{~ fO Eall and l the
in !Iv;Pi I yLibrary. Ti lit(, barrell of a
I ad'-' -Id founltain pen, initials D.
A. 11. J1 inder plcease call 2896-J. Re.-
ward.
U);''V I;cc i~ los thor right glove on
or. S 5(3 out h It'. D. 1313-R1. _
Ut U I I Y~ g ~ 9 tif r lined ;loves
letii :: i an lit (lass on Monday,
t tfato.. ' l'h n (o 894.

FOR RENT TwVo excellenft 5iiit es &'
613 Packard. Reasonable ;p:cel
Phone 2026-XR.

-FOR RENT For sec(0112 semz Este .!
Comfortable room sins le Or d cule<.
341 E. Jefferson. 2575-'%.
' ' FOR RENT Single rooni 1for1 twoxvii h
sleeping porch. Call at in0:1 iiij-( 01o
evenings. 2952-1U. 512 M< lk f1o,,, {.
FOR RENT Two suites for1r# 4 pest-g ;a
uate girls. Steamn heat xx it h pri 'e
lavatory in each, suite. Mr a. 'Sehni--
der. 815 East 1-uron.
FOR RENT Rooms for rent. One sin-
gle. 2 double twin beds. Warm; sec-
ond floor. Dormitory priveleges. 940 r
Greenwood.
FOR RENT Single front room for one
man, second semester 1913=-W.

F'OUND)
DO'1) fec. 80th female collie pul)-j
I It icola r. hlack back, brown
fa e r-mnd lf ot,. Call Miss IHaight
silT S iN j '55 W A'1 N TS' Y C u !- L yo
must train. Shorthand, Typewriting,
lioohkeelpifg. (lasses start February
9iIA3IILTON BU'SINESS ('OLLE(GE
State ad willi i St.
.J-I-fOI' FAVORS.
W're liii P a large variety and ,advise
(5)omiii ieazrly to llal{0 Your seillec-
Lion.
AI' PLIFTL) ARTS
2 nickels Arcade
Opp. Sub-Station

FOIE SALE
HONEY-White clover, thle Jwst(oif ii
harvest. 20 centLs a lb). Vel ye red iii
5)ad 10 lo pounld puins. I 'aP I N\ueri-
'fol. Phone 335} -::.
FOR SALE Must sell now tux('do and
vest, size 38, cheap. ('all, 1 lu'ner
501- ,l. 914 S. State St.
FOR SALE On account of sickness, I
am forced to soll n-,y BEAUTY
GSHOP irinmodiat ely. Vp to (late
t equipmenltinicluding soft xv ater
shampoos. Call at no. 19. ('uttini
apartments or call 1105-AV. foi: fur-
ther informat ion.
FOR SALE Ilamond Alat in mar i, rl
Multviplex Typewriter, ,120 iia chin-
nearly new for half price. 68-
Brooks St.
FOR SALE. Tailor made Tuxedo, size
36. Likie now , Us egain. ('all ILa scel1
18'0-R1. 7:30 to 9:00 11. rl.
PH-ONE 866
For Typewvriter Repairing !
(All makes)
Dealer in Woodlstock typewriters,
Sundstrand ainl Portablle Adding;
machines.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Lx liunge
9 Savings Banl-1W
On Fi 9(!ay v and S rt urday 1100 (' ce
S and Cirdiles in 18 di ffe rca a, t vie
All fresh inew spring iiiod( ls. Xxiii
1)e sold onie-fourthI es
S -offit. t a1r r.ta
MU1SIC:

' B il e .. I c'5;' ~ i o , i 'i 1 1 1 .0 i i~ c
. ii (7 ( IC((12 A M : . iiv I 1'e0 01
I l e ~ n n d x . oi b u ~ a d :, e 9 le (I I ir e I 0 7
of1 Asn ioch in %V.1).sied-ron3schi.11
o1 !,he Bragsain. A sccial1 hoimr' will
follow- the pro, ra11n 4xv hon tea will
heo serve-I. All womneiof thle uis-
510115a',%. oe: et cls (of A nIn A ,bar are to
be Ihe gluests at; this Qua rter ly- tea.
V,,*nn11, ,Jan. 21.- The Socialist par-
fyl:o been compelled to sell the I lain-
II'{a BIr3ad wNorl~s. whion ft o wned i for
L5 ;ear.; andl which piodi need 450t,1900,
io~av( s Weekly.
?:ow York, J1an. 21.- Ply ns to broad-
ca_"kthe nnaral ceremonies at
A ~ -:'~ n t 01 , o n M arch;11 4, xw ere ma uc
fsta(conj e'Qn('0 Yesterday.
\ I' that long Wait Nwlikji 1i lt iIn;
{ tli' l3(") ilt aixsy 1fo'ri'cp:irs.
V" 'o ~iwsi ' it thei' a flue da v It is broll-
ghi in andi insure that it xviil be ad-
iaedto your hand Wh'en you call
isor it..
1 l1 ii i' A I N I U S I "~ r

Oeclares Nations
Could Ban Opium

COUNCIL ILL;q
R S fL C 1 E L ~ ~ ~ '
Sci0 ees Ir1;"(, to- 1 , ht '
Social scienc c t h ,a: b 1
stlu de n ts vxx'ho h : ' a ii t j ' l g v
prem ise of dciini , ' ,I ~ a:2 an
lishnient. and i b i ' ia 5- g n
eral field of soo i i :O Q ia b a d v
construed.

ma I i l 1we au e a y 1, 1925,
sir . ';. th e t1 im e a n d
];:I th el o sh p ,variable as
--r , x~l 'odecidedA on by a com -
H co 'i y trlie b eard of direct-.
hI: 1 s . .:1. (o . Ludendorff
- (in i~~ill apology to former
row:- >rin eo Rpprecht of Bavaria
:2"inf;regret over his criticism
is' ';: ice -ru''Pnzch" in Munich on

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(1we r' '4:id SI.4P o e 06}

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AP'ARTMENT; Furnished, kitchen,
combined livingroom and bedroom.
215 N. State. Phone 1453-W.
FOR RiENT At 311 Thompson St. A
large suite. Steam hieat. Plenty oft
hot water.
ROOMV For two men01. $2 per week
each. 215 N. State. Pi 'one 1453- !I.

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WAR \VAtAI omfortable and well fur-
nishod fronit suite for boys. No other
st udents '540() Packard.

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+iO ETA single room.
wit' n Dted a r "o o m mi ate inl .ni.'o
muite. 1412 Gedtles Ave. [C'hone

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1.'ernanent Waving and Marcelling
MACK ANtD CO.
3ird Floor Main St.
'f'1f11 E Ii iX P lf IT MllA IIC EI4L. l 115
Phone 2939 for appointment.
DIMMATTIA BEAUTY SH4OPPE
State Street-Above Cushings
WANTED
A A '1L!ITwo tickets for Tlhie Fos-
; 1. cL tu rc. ('all 3296-3. rThur~sda~y
fromamo ii' ,1 7to 101 P. My.
\V~N~l2i Theses to type. Call 3431-3.
i) ' I11 Student girl to (10 house-
trc;;'; for roomIand lboarId. S mall
'i C-a (a ll 8 - .
FLOWERS
Our ii~oderato(1priices 111210it 1possi)le
for all to have FRE-4Sl f BO1 lE
(I ROWN FlLOWERS.
A2 10LOPLAL CO.
ANN ARBOR FLORlAL4(10.
1 22 1.]. Liber'fy. P hone 1630I
ShO0,ES

NI t'S ICA L ('o ia L ngua e Le wlsi
Italian and Engl ishi. Comiplete ire- I
(:0172 et. iP hiy mble oin 11ny ph-o io -
graph.
VNIVERSITY MU'SIC IIO1'S
'TRAS Engaged 10o' the .1 -11(11. (Coaio
in and hear the late litis of' 1 hoe 11(1-
son and (foldkette Orchestras.

!m %'. f !'"iltl ' col'r: o ily for ' 1 "
II (. 'tC-n is ll (if i00 ( ! V inn '(l'.<11- t
a-i: e (d t ' pen w l a n il (alu ot. be re-
1.0 0% ( N2 W ' :1:i'I' r r m y m e a n s . I t is
+' : 'C'zl _l rti I t 1 ,'o:'1: i d r e n do od s
ho ,-o lil'cel(2 t r1':
(Consul( lIt: ' '-; IPeill i n wh'!er'e vou
vI'ii laofluid.
Ii i > the Cullysat jsia(-t~ii'xink ifo' tiOe
l'I' \ A N I) IN IK 'I J .L S P 3

( I l ilelo i"errero17
(ing-lielmo Ferrero, niote(! Italian
Ii st orian, declaTres that all nations are
o0 ida nie 101' the opliuimftraffic, as pro-
; (1'mlion c00112 ble ato-,)10d if only the ,
it-J lions would act.
UHILDRLW To DL TAUGHT
Of avceil interesit to parent-s, will
he0 vl~e (r, ,1P i' i) ;7 (i'J psy' c holo gy of
young''1 : 1 e( ild 'en ,' list 0(1 "S soelolo y}
252, t.. he 2gtiven next sem2este'r h)y Dr.
l : en, T1. Wooley, associate (direc(tor17
oi' the Merrill-Palmer school inDe
D-troit. 'The cour'se will deal with the
&evelopmental problems of young
children of pro-school age, and wvill
consaider vie~hi questions as social 0e1-
'i'1e co' r'--e, openT only to senliors3
",71 (.1 raitd ia i1 t l de lt a, xvil, mEeet i 1"T-
111x s 1:-m u 4 Il) G o 'c lo i ok 1 1 i' f1 j
rlon't de lay--P1ay yotur1 Subscriptiorn

F: ,i e 1a 4 t.
LiL A 55^Ii J ;H 7 ' S r j
3 W f _A 11. °2, E A T E S . ', a

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u t! " r y

M USI('AL I N S'iI I'M ENT' HA 1IA I N
Tel or~anjo and Case ...... $28.r50
Flat back M'vaindo] n ........ $1 2.00)
Red 1ReadTi'ke r43 .
1Ba njo Uke' ................. 3t7..
('o nn ) '1 (: 11'S ax , and Ca s e .. ~ > .
Fly A,; You 111:1;
NIV ICIIS'l'i M7lUSIC X16 ViShC
NOTlI CEI

b " t n x-iio ' A imit:. r pl : s.11: Ylii y
l~t Ii il c o i g S( , 'it S t . o u

... o o ':, ,R,..

itor -ervicc, Stor'agei o 0roo 1 in :i '-
m ent in cludedl. Possession ''sri e 9 p r on h
('all Mr. Newton Willi
Cl IARLES L. B O k
Phone 315-3552 Evenings 21-IC

FOR RENT 6 hRooin 111)itll ilt.oilE
WVest 5i(1 , ('011 1)1(1ely i'edecor it od,
garage. Ownerm will lea se until so111
1., 1925 for $6O peor iont h. $:; pei'
.. 1101 t 1 a lte 'r Sept 1, 1-925.
('all A eNewton NWftll
ClHATLIES L. BROOKS
Phone 3 5:52 lI xv'nii-s 2A
FOR RENT t9 Room furnishied hlol ,E.
t wo)blocks lfrom (S. rip "I", c oal, pgl--
ageoiinchluded.Owner Av.i1 1 loSeso 111111
Sept'. 1, 1925. $125 p:,' monlb..
(Call 'Mr. Ne wt onar Wit
('I I A R. l E S Bi T . lI li() O I K"
Phone 315-3552 lEveniags 146;
iicss W om a nt . Sin gle i-oe m a 1 1blo c %
i'roniC"'lu'llps. IPhlon e 1<>"7. its 1111T. I
s xvozoy.

.I-1101' FAVOR.S
Everything for your lionse par~y.
ARNO1i iLD STA TI," ST. , CV5 1 1
Sceta rial, .Accountfing, ('olnuercia I
an(ITeacling. Posit ions nwal~i -,you.
New 'Term begins Febriua ry 9i ..
11AM ILTON liWSIN ICSS (COLLEGE,

r y r i
Nil

C J . vK"

F-AwamwwauwAmmm- Z

119S .M AIN ST.1

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IIA ?II(18 B OT E RIYj
Wuerthi Theatre Arcade.- See the Style
for yourself.
'I'YI'EIVIiI1IERS RENTED)

Ul. C. Sitifh, Remington, Underwood,
Royal, etc., 3 months $7.50 up. Ini-
tia I paynment of rent applied~ on the
jmt11(l,a.-e of any typiewriter.
0. D. MORRILL
17 :Nickels' Arcade
''ho 2 t ioii('iy & Typ;ewriter Store
ii :w l~I'BERS Splendid machines.
I >s. iiiah{es for rent oP for sale.
HAf1"iL TON BUISINHSS COLLEGE

Wi ie
S Also
Coupon Books
1IT UN II
1117
S o. U i i it

iik-
r j-

i
U tV & Pi.29 2.

° SAMPLES
Permanently On Dispiay at
CUY 'OOLFOLK &- CO.
S. Stale Street
Ann Arbor, .llticl!.
Designed by
WHITE USE HARDY
'Nc"PORATED
E1tOAD"G'AY AT 40' STREET 144 7VEST" 42"D STREET
METKOPOUTAYi OPERA pious, BL.ce. KNIcKctnocKER BUILDING
> NEW YORK

Read the Want Ads

3L

Choice of a Career
r ~From the Yale News;
THE NINETY-FOUR
j Someone, probably an insurance F
agent, was quoted recently as saying
that from the mass of one hundred
college graduates one individual only
rose to the Polo and butler class, peril- {
ously near the top of the financial lad-
der. Five others became comfortably
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
I own Buicks to the golf club. In other
r words, dreaming about being a rich
man is one thing, and making the grade
F is something else again."
Yet the ninety-four presumably work
AN business is the axis on which a small
! { and uninteresting worlei revolves. They
i have become devotees of the dollar
and when that fickle deity deserts, have
nowhere else to turn. Jammed in a
dull, straight rut of business they can
n]ever leave the road and jump the fence;
G, f into finer fields of life. This, then, isf
the portion of ninety-four men out of
0" , every hundred now on the campus.
The answer to the problem lies in
the proper choice of a career.
Between now and Commencement we
,4 shall have something to offer on the
s4-lsubject of "Careers." Watch for the space
?r' with the Famuous Signature.

The Lone Survivor

Give your pen a
drink of
Will not clog or
gum the point
and makes the
best pen write
better.

Fashionably smooth Ftair
T" has caused tne great
change in we ra e
Of men s

r1
t ",,

XTOU cannot go into a
.]] classroom, or a club, or a.
fraternity house, without no-
ticing it --
Somehow, college men have
found a way to male the
hair, the most conspicuoL=.s
part of the appearance, look
just as they want it to loot:
at all times.
It was not always so.
Before Stacomb was intro-
rduced, they tried countless
methods to make their hair
lie smoothly and stay that way
--from old-fashioned po-
mades, which only matted the
hair and made it greasy, to
plain water, which kept it in
place an hour at the most and

then left it drier and more'
brittle than ever. Small won.
der that they greeted Staeomb
with such instant enthusiasm t
Here a : last was something
that would make the hair stay
in dace vlithout harming it or
ma- king it sticky and unnatu-
ral-loolding
Today the great change which
Stacom b has brought about is no-
ticed everywhere. Men whose hair
used to be out of place an hour after
being brushed, men whose other-
wise correct appearance used to be
spoiled by hair that was hopelessly
unkempt-today they 'keep their
hair constantly in perfect order.
Use Macomb tomorrow morning-
and look your best all day. A deli-
cate, invisible cream. Non-staining
and non-greasy. In jars and tubes,
at all drug and department stores.
A Iz5w

The $6 Special at $5.00 and the Student's
Special at $3.75 are fashioned with the same
care and attention to detail that has made the
Sheaffer the pen of perfection.

z' 'S t
3i '
.a \
.. ,. CYO.......

pesos are tippzA
with the hard..
113t native Wd-

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