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SUNDAY, FEB RUAR-Y 22, 1925

TflMICHtGAN

DAILY

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COLUMN L S31F mECOLUMN
CLOESCLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING0 AT 3 P.ML

Braves Jfnglc;,s
j To Free Slaves

NOT~IICE
EXPERT WATCh RVI+.PAIRING I
.Arnmold Stalfe fSt1reel eiellerj
342 South Statej

11,4ST
LOST ---'ircular mosiac pin with (love
I(lesign and filigree border. Liber-
al reward. Phione 526-M: 721 For-
est Ave.
I LO)ST---Frate~rnity lpin. Initials S. A.I
S. on back. Call 3583, ask for Stern.I
Reward.

PHONE 866
For Typewriter Repairing
(All makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typewrit ers,
Sundstrand and P'ortable Adding
machines.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchiange
REFINED MIDDLE agedl.Annl Arbor!
lady desires lady companion to tourI
England, Holland, France, etc. this
June and July. Entire expenses
less than $500. Write box 67,
Michigan Daily, for interview.
TRY OUR New Way Toastedl Sandi-
wiches. Best you ever ate. Arbor
Fountain
P~ARTY FAVORSj
Made to your order for VWashlington
and St. Patrick P~anties.
BROWN'S 1W00li 8S1(01Z1l-1
t ~210 South Alain St.
Watch Saturday Evening Poist.
Educator Shoes. Hargis B~ootery.

LOST '---A pair of tortoise shell glasses,
not in ease, between Tappan and
ILR and S. Lunch. Phone 2034-M.
I LOS'T'----A small pin-seal coin-purse
containing $;1.85 in money and two
Keyes. Phione 2018-XV.
LOtS'l' Shell rim gZlasses in soft
brown leather case., Beryl Schafer.
Phone 2730.
FOR SALE

'Educational Problems Subject
OfLate P'resident's Writings
F >1 lce kio0181 Iprollems comprised adoptedl in dleali ng with individual
he iiiajior pa ri of Ithe writings or1 students and in rooting out perso)n
! President Marion 1L. Burton. Nlany of;w ho were not worthy of a university
his alticles have bieen publishedl in the ed(hca tion. In i (licssilig the subject
leading mnagaizines 8;,(1 periodicals of President Burton drew his conclusion
the country, and a great number of his by saying that "our sole point now iq
speeches have been 'printed verbatim, that in our effort to deal with educa-
ilHis inaugural address (delivered in' tional stand(ards we shall (10 well to
Octobe r, 1920, which was entitled pay more attention to the selective
"Thle?Function of the State Univers- pr'oc ess by which we admit our stu-
ity," found its way into nearly every dents." The second installment o1
widdle western newspaper andl intol this series dealt with problems con-
many 'Newspapers of the larger east- fronting state universities, and in his
ern, as well as western cities. T.he ad- third article hie discussed problems
dress was p~rinted in the "Alumnus" common to all American universities.
for Octeber, 1920, and in "School and Several other of his works worthy
Society," a weekly magazine, of p~articular mention are "The Test
In this oraltion President Piston as- of Transit ions," which was the bac-
sertedi that the function of the state calaureate adldress delivered in Hlill
uiversit y "is to serve the state, and :'-uiditorium en cmJune 18, 1922; "The
through the state to serve, America. Qlel of Quality,'' printed in a. nuin-
and thle world." He suggested foul her of leading publications of the
ways of securing this primiary aimn.I counltry ; and '"That Minfl of Yours,"
First he said, '"The work and leach-'lpublished in the Kiwanis magazine.
inig cif the Uni versity should be uinifiedl eussion of the four main types of
with cur pirimiary aimn in full view." 'mindl.
t econdly, "lh curricula of our vani- "the' Independent" for August 3
0115 SchoolS andt colleges within the '191f4, says the following of President
St'nivesity ilst. tin. defintitely directed Euston's b)ook enititled ''Our Intellect-
t o-,ai'ds comniity needls.'' Thirdly, ual Attitude in an Age of Criticism."
< 11le University must utilize definitely "Thle causes of dloubt and the dimf-
its equipment and personnel for re- culties of faith are frankly discussed,'
c':-i.i eb. work in solving the problems an nugent aplpeal is made in the
of the state." Finally, hie said in con-~ interest of students for larger freedom
{.luision, "The University must per-; of thought, a more ready acceptance
mnc; te the state with knowledge." ; of critical and scientific conclusions,
Early in 1923 tile "Alumnus" ran a' anid the establishment of a broader,
series of three articles upon the sub- basis of belief."
.fect of "Educational Standards." In
the first installment President Bur'-! London, Feb. 21. - Milliners are
Ion discussed tile problem of hand- breaking egg shells in various shapes
' Iig different types of students telling i and sticking them on the crown of
o'~ special means which had been the new hiats designed for Easter.

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THE finest materials, expert de-
signing and careful workmanship
make every Stetson a masterpiece.
STETSON HATS

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FOR S 11l,._-alt a Iacr~ifice, ' ry tine Sir H-arcourt Butler, British govern-
Grand piano, maho1gany case. I'hione or of Burmnah, rode 100 miles thiroughi
123x,. a dense jungle to deliver an ultima-
tuni to wild Naga chiefta ins, requiring
FIOR SAtLE--Onte bachelor-'s gown auand them to cease human sacrifices andl to
cap, $6.00.- One bachelor's hood, $3. free all slaves.
'Telephone evenings, 8-J

TYPE WRI TERS

TRY OUR Ilot Toasted Sandwiches.
They are delicious. Arbor Foun-
tain.
Our moderate prices make it possible
for all to have FRESH HO0ME
GROWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
'122 E. Liberty. Phone 1 630
I ~YOU WILL, FIND
GOOD AND EF{I+FI( LENTl SERVICE
at the
CIURCII STREET BARBER 5110 P
SIIALTP'S AND) BOWEtNI
607 Church Street1
.RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.
IT IS hiEALTRY T IO EAT
IT IS GOOD) TO EAT
IT IS PROPER TO EAT
YOU MUST EAT Tdo/iKEE13 FIT-
TRY OUR SANDI)WCHES
We Deliver
KEWPIE H-OTEL
Opp. Bng. Arch Phone 799-M
Hlargis Bootery-ffeuirt Arcade
Educator Shoes ar'e better. Light
tan, smooth leathers for Spring are
the :Eastern styles. I have them at
o nly $3.50.
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TYPEWRITER
I HEADQUARTERS
New and second hand Corona, Rem-
ington and Underwood portables. L.
C. Smith, Underwood, Royal, Reming-
ton used andl factory rebuilt machines.
Save $40.00 or more by buying from
us. /1('asy terms if dlesired. Renting
andl repairing a specialty.
0. I). MORRILL
17 Nickel's Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
Open evenings. Established 1908
TYP1 EWRI TING & M IMEOG RAPHING
REIIINGT ON PO RTABLE
i TYPEWRITERS
T1ime playmnents if desired
I G(EO101E REGISTER
604 E. Madison Phone 1809 '
"TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
Promptly and neatly done by experi-
enced operators at moder'ate rates.-
' 17 Nickel's Arcade
jEstablished 1908 Open evenings
FOR RENT
FOR RENT---Furnished, ste am-heated,
five room apart ment. First floor.
50.1 Lawirence St.
FOR RENT--Single room for gentle-
muan. $8. 2960-M. 1208 Forest.

ENGLISHSHEUL
I Jest it~erat ure % 'l~r, ;'.i of ITh'giular
Session ; o Be I nt- i ui 'd in
Pi'og'a ni
OFFER 17 C(.URS11S
Foll 1owX11'ing te pi'oA1'8 liof expasion
l c'tr the 1!25 Srruuiuer sejool of the
Iinivei'sity, the El) gi i] dleisirt III ('li
will follow 17 cours'es this yo'a '. The
courses which xWililit,' given) iiicludl
thle lHest of t hose offered dulring"ti lie
regular school s('551011.
IProf. .13..moore will give thle ii)-
troductory cou rse to 0 P!lglishLui t era-
tcure. Prof. V. 0. Raymond a ml IProf.
L. L. Bredvold. will give courss inl
"Shakespeare.'' A course inl'"Old ug
lisli' will be gixvull hiller the direct hm~
of Prof. C. C. F~ries. P'ro'. . .11 1 all-
fo-d will give a cou rse in ''Chau~cer.''
A course in "1t1 Iton" will h)e offered
Under thle direction (if Professor Bred-
Vold. Prof. IS. F. Cingei-ichl will he in
(-harge of a, couirse inl''The Age o1'
Wordsworth." A course in ''Victorian
Literature"' will be gi ven by Professor
Ra.ymrond.
Other cou'rses which will lbe offered
during the Summner s-ession include:I
''The English Di ble," by Plrof. 1N. R.
H-umiphreys ; " ShtaklieeameanTllĀ°fra
edly,'' by Prof. M. P'. Tilley ; '' lhgl ishi
Drama lbefdre Shakespeare," l4 P ro-
fessor Tilley; ''Eng'lish Literature filli I
1730 to 1798," by Professor i lum-
phreys ; "American Literature," by
Professor M~oore ; "The DPevelopment:
of thIgEn glishi Novel," b;y Professor
B3redvold ; and "The 'reachig of Eng-
lish," by :Professor Fries.
A seminairy in ixI c,,nthI and scvenl-!
Leen,'h (Oilt tiny Englisll Literattn'e
wvill be li('(-euhcted tindel(r tie (ti5(ct iou
lt P'r(feC'501 1tii!'d. 1 rofesu'11
li uget-ich will ca ndytucI lie sent ill:l rv iii
American I t era te.c
Bern e, Feb. 21. - - Anliarbitr1at ion
treaty between Swvit zen antltd Pn l--1
gium has lbeen signedl.
6 ttlul)YIE1, R'lY 01,111l
All second seune~ster Fr-esinime
wishing to try ouit for the Illsi-
ness Staff of "The Gargoyle" are
urged to report any afternoon
this week at the Gargoyle office
in the Press Bldg. from 2 to 4 P.

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Fine Tables Satisfactory Rates
Cigars Tobacos
Dunhill Pipes
Gilbert Candies Magazines
Brick Ice Cream
JOHSTON BROTHERS
514 E. Williams

FOR? RENT-Large suite and apart-
ment, ilock ifron campus. Private
bath. 625 Church.
NINE DJOLLARS ,secures fifteen dol)-
lalr, very large, beautiful, front room.
Suitable for two or three. I-as a
large lhay window, also two( windows
on side. Nicely furnished, steamn
heat, plenty of hiot water, near cam-
pius. Also a room-mate wanted for
a dandy front suite. 387 Thompson.

Ann Arbor's Newest an d
Fi est Men's Clothing Store
OPENED YESTERDAY
IHere's a storc with a distinctive appeal to students who want
to dress at their best yet obtain the utmost in value for
every dollar invested.
A PERSONAL MESSAGE
'1114 exit('ri(iene of tienty3yeaLrs iin t; lailoritig-' tiiness hai11 1iiiict
mue to open suich at high ealihei' store. It will1 be Miy ,Hir to sell (only
the lal;est; styled suits of the eery hest fiailoring. Every garment is
sold 11nder 11 g'uurantee of complIete sattishaction. Every price offers
thle miaxlintum of clothiing value.
Louis Del Prcte
r~ t il 0%u ~ ~sWITH EVERY SUIT SOLD)
DURING OUR OPENING MONTH
A special inducement! Select your suit during this
month and we will give you an extra pair of
trousers without cost. Take advantage of this
opportunity !
AS LOW AS $25

GILBERT CHOCOLATES
from the
KA NDY-KOLD-CASEF
ARCADE 111,IAhIMACY
"Petty"
NEW SPRING DRESSES+ a
Most attractive designs and ma-
terials, sizes 2 to 6 years, in voils
and taffetas.
Novelties for gifts. New line;
prettier than ever.
DE L1A-NO)SHOP
4 Nickel's Arcade
SIT7S
$25-$30-$35
HERtMAN THlE TAILOR
802 South State Street
TYPEWRITERS Splendid machines.
Best makes for resit or for sale.
Phone 342-R.
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE

'Waffles
Also
Coupon Books
CART.TERIS
LUNCH
1117
So. Uniersity

TREY #(4AI MAN~

When is Statec St. not State St? I
hiave the only 'Typewriter store on
Sta:t e St. I repair all makes of type- I
writers and sell the famous Royal
TIypewrite rs ,-mcw and rebuilt.
' ~A. C. STIMSONt
308 S. Slate St. Over College hnn j
2nd floor Phones 316-M and 1128-M
rThe only T1ypewrite~r store on State St.
F ORI RENT-On first floor, four goodt
!roonms for housekeeping. Conveni-
ently located between Campus and
Maiin. Call 1713-M.
FO()R REN1__PI leasant single rooms-
very reasonable. 514 Cheever court.
at rear of Union. 243-J.
.FOR .REN'T----Single room in quiet
honie. 1145 Forest ave. 261-W.
F'OUNTAIN PEN INK
A viscuous ink mlay work for a shortj
time. It clogs the delicate mechan-
ism of the pen and cannot be remov-
ed by or'dinary means. It is chemi-
cally antagonistic to a good ink, which'
will work and renders the ink color-
less.
Consult Rider's Pen Shop, where
you will always find a fresh supply_
of the best Government standard
wvriting fluid. It is the only satisfac-
tory ink for 'the fountain pen.
I ~IDER'S PEN SHOP
Pen and Ink Specialists
TELL your friends what a wonderful }
pen your Masterpen is. You have
been doing it. Thank you.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St.'
WANTEDI
1 WANTED-A college girl who can
write xvell is wanted for local ad-
riigvertising work that will require part I-
or full time. Address Box 68,!t
Michigan Daily.

MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
er, thirty years experience. Man-
dolin, guitar, banjo, and chord
construction Telephone 1791-M.
BRUNSWICK RECORD
No. 2789
"ALABAMY BOUND"
and
'INDIAN LOVE CALL"
played by
ISIAM JONES and, his Orchestra
S'IOFFLET PHIONOG4RAPHI SHIOP
Read the Want Ads

WANTED
WANTED-Students to see our type-
writer bargains. Good machines for
sale or rent. S A. Moran, 711 N.j
University Ave., Room 2.
FO NT IN L'E~
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIItING
SAVE that long wait while havinl- 1
your pen sent away for repairs.
We repair it the same day it is brou-
ght in and insure that it will be ad-
justed to your hand when you call
for it.
RII)ER'S 'PEN SHOP
f ._.,_.BE3IAUT'IY IIOPPESy ...._.
P~ermanent Waving and Marceihing
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
Three expert mnarcellers. Shingle
trims. Soft water usedl at all times.
IM3AT TIA I B9IEA TSHOPPE
(Above ('ushing's)

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We represent Adler
B1altimore and1 Dan-
iel Boone New
Spring Clothes. Ex-
clusive of the latest
styles in the very

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$35.
$4O
AND UP

Every garment hand
tailored of the very
finest workmanship.
T~he loose fitting
English models in
the newest shade of
colors. Unequalled
value!

ISHIRTS
Yott will admimt that we have the most com-
p~lete stock of finier shirts at value giving
l?:"ices.,
Spring weight flani- at, $4.00. The new
nel. $2.50. blues with cross
Regular $3.00 values stripes, with ceol-
in the new stripes
and colors. Super- lar detachmed Or
sylk broadcloth. attached.
English broadcloth.
$2.50, a special for
Saturdhay only.
Guaranteed $3.50
values.

highest grade
inaterials.

of

NEW SPRING TOP COATS
The new Spring topcoats are exception-
ally attractive both in style and price.
Featuring the new shades of blue. $25 to
$40.

TIES CAP'S
$1:00 $2.00 to $3.00
Regular $1.50 neck- Flashing the new
wear'. Opening spe- colors in new
cials of new spring styles. All
stripes and combi- shades and pat-
nations. terns.
SWEATERS
Attractive, individual designs, livid colors, all
in the best of quality and value. Popular
pull over styles.
$5.50 to $8.00.
PARAGON HATS
$4450 .to $6.00O
The styles are anew this se-ason. We have
them! All shades. of colors are here in every
variation. Every hat backed by mnanufactur-.
er's guarantee.
SOCKS- - UNDERWEAR
BELTS - = COLLARS
HANDKERCHIEFS - ETC.

SLICKERS
$5
Regular $7.50 oilskins
in yellow and olive
green. Prepare for
rainy spring weather.

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