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come "just another big university." h omies. Thei new building will raise ne s,, men who come to 11 arvard every
the number of hospital beds from li11 ar0nffrpstin ogrdae
Norman, Okla.-Dice to an increase to 1 50. iron tae Business school.
of 350 per cent in five years in the -
number of studlents taking physics, Lawrence, 1Kan.--Deane A1. NMaiott Mont real, Can.--- "Capital punish-
the University of Oklahoma has mov- 1 of I larvard a iivc,,sity, , ' a it. the mient is not; effective." rsai(I Thomas
ed its physics department to large(r!
University of Kana-.er ieIa. Joit Osboil ne in an interview h~ere.
q tiait CI.~gneat future in business edlucat ion. lie t\VI-: is needed is a certainty o.° pun-,
mentioned the great number of busi- islnient ."

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Norman, Ohla.--Fvaternity ple dv"'s Loughmnan, c x-co vict:,, gave his
at 'the Univers if of Okla homa are onr crine h ei-r recently.
malting mn isco t 1 ( rv ( ies c 'n (, "hel i

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TRY OUR Hot Toasted Sandwiche. WA, tKI> -Three stadents for selling
They are delicious. Arbor Fo11- =. (AO bouse toolhouse campaign (lir-
tain. inns 1\A a rel and April. Part time
_____---___------_____-__- ;work. Edal il's Rexall Drug Store.
EXPERT WATCI I REPAIR ING F L(IM, S. Main wSt.

Arnold State ;Street Jeweller
302 South State
PHONE 866j
For Typewriter Repairing
(All makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,,
Sundstrand and Portable Adding
machines.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exeliai nge
REFINED MIDLE aged Ann Ar hur
lady desires lady companion to t our
England, Holland, Fran~ce, etc. this
June and .July. Eire expense:; F
}less than $5001. Write box G7.
Michigan Deily, for interview. !

GWN'TE!) A college girl who can
riew((ll is wanted for local ad-
Svan ising work that will require part
or fall time. Address Box 6RS,
\iieh gan Daily.
SWANTE'I -Stuidents to see our tyo(e-
writer bargains. Good machines for
sale or rent. S A. Moran, 711 N.
University Ave., IRoom 2.
wAv XTIKJ)A' TO IlY--C(ool pair of field
fo b ~ irid observation. Ad-
v-i1 ar Nill call. Address o~x (69.
FOR SALE
1001[L SAL[E--At a sacrifice, very fine
G? randI piano, mlahogany case. Phone
12 88.

iWeek." 'The' have gathered much in-
formation concerning the number of
planks in certain bridges, the number
of bricks in three blocks of lbrick
saiel1walkts, the price of pigeocn egs
and many other little known subjec~ts.!
Among the obiects they have been re-.
qluirecl to findc are live spa rrows, tur-
key featheri, false teeth, and balack
cats, bult the most unusual of these!F
was a sketch of tihe ugliest inmate of,
the state insane asylum.
Norman, Okla.-Anxioau s sudcents at;
I he University of Oklahoma xvwill hIi ve
to *dait till iMar~ich 1tto get th CiigladeCs I
! for the first semester. Although the
22,000) grade cards have nearly all
'been turned] in to the reg istrrair's of-l.
flee, three wveeks will be requiredl to1
sort them :and prepare them for mail-
,ing.I

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Chicago, If'. -- Ivest igations of the
occiations of the fathers of fresh-
mon at the Uiversity of Chicago have
revealedl that. ihat s;chool is no longer
"the rend1ezvous of thle xwea lthby''The
leading occimations were Ithose of
in era~hant s, medlicalI m (i, Ia Imei-s, and~
real oestat e men.

Lafayette, Ind.--- Plans have been
made bytfe military department of
Purdue university whereby junior and
senior cadIet officers may he excused
from class work every other week in
order to have charge of sophomore or
freshman batteries. The motive of
this plan, according to officers in
charge, is to better famiiliari~ze the
cadets with the practical handling of

RIVALS THE BEAUTY OF THE

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SCARLET

SCARET TNAG_

You Can"t Keep YoBtr
Head on Your Work

TANAGER

New lavens,(Conn.---Commrenting -theo Wmen.
edit ori lly on t he proposed addit ioni-
of a law school to Princeton univer-f Evanston, Ml.-- Carl Polstrom, a.
site, tileYale Daily News accuses r blind stuident at Northwestern univer-
Princeton at Always looking for new sity, a. junior in the school of journal-
xvorlds to conquer, and of not being 1f, received three A's and a D for
willing to leave well enough alone. Fhis wvorkd the first semester.
The News aidmits tile high value of
.the great state universities of thel Lawrence, Kan.---The University of
west, biut advrises Princeton to stay in: Kansas has: made app~lication for a
the class of essentially undergradluatel legislative appropriation of $705,000
colleges, rather than aspiring to he- to build a. new dispensary and nurses5

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If Your Tea Demand's
Your Attention
YOU cno compose your thoughts--can-
not noe the points of a lecture, if you are
writing with a pen that loses step as you go
along. That pen is a mental drag.
The sooner you replace it with the never
failing, never ailing Parker Duofold, the
quicker you will hit your stride in college,
work and social coirrespondence i
Duofold not only gives the mind full 'play
and the hand full swing-its fit and balanced

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TRY OUR New Way Toasted zI Samd-i-
wiches. Best you ever at.(,. Arbor,
"" Fountain

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-Our moderate prices make it possiloicF( ____
for all to have FRLEShII IOM P,' j 0l.-' hell rim glasses in soft
GROWN FLOWERS.I brown leather case. Beryl Schafer.
ANN ARBOR FLORALJ CO. Phonie 2730.
122 E. Liberty. P'honle 1630)__________
7 ---- -1ISu tLLA NEOU93
Hlargis Bootery-lYeiirlh Areaade - -----__ ___
Educator Shoes are Ibett(er1 Light ; l'rt?:1L C lT,1,SPJE+, Soloist andl teach-
tan, smooth leathers for Spring are jecr, thirty years experience. Man-
the Eastern styles. I have theml at (101i1, guitar, blanjo, and chord
only $83.50.J construction Telephone 1791-MV.
FOR 11I1N i OIfN1 TAIN PE~N REPAIRING
FOR RENT--For .a man and wife, a1 SAVE that long wait while havinC"
large, beautiful front; room wih your pen ,gnt away for repairs.
bay windlows; nicely fuarnis;hed, I We repair it the same day it is brbu-l-
steam heat. Also other roins~~ for gult mi and insurie that it will be a(I-
re. 37 Thompn 15. -ki.e1 ,t o your hand when you call
---- _ -- ( for it.
FOR RENT--Furnished, steam-heatle, B mEWS PEA SHOP
five room apartment. First floor.
604 Lawrence St. i EAUITY SHOPPES' -

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Chicago, ll.-IUppe'rclassmen at the
Univ.Asty of Chicago were startled =
recently by the discovery that an ami-
3 bitious freshman hiad actually (lated = *
Francine Livermore, a popular actressIT h v er =.1.Ii~£Y ~~~~
playing here, for~ the Wash in gtonll
Prom.
Chicago, 11.-Telling freshmnen (r!__
the University of Chicago thatc police- -
men were, on the average, no better,
than the criminals they arrest, John:_ Laundering is the way Kyer Laundry does t2
FOUNTIN PE INKThe most up-to-date and complete laundry in
FONTI 1E2NK. the city. The machinery changes the water ~
A vicious ink may work for a short. i.
time. It clogs the delicate mecban- to rain-water softness and washes the clothes
ism of the pen and cannot be remov-; clean and white. No offensive laundry- odor
ed lby ordinary means. It is chemii- ' oigtho= h
cally antagonistic 1to a good ink, which - wilet in the clothes after goigtrog h spe-
will work and rendlers the ink color- Wclal airing system.
'Consult Rider's Pen Shop, where
you will always find a fresh supply'"
of the best Government standlard jl
writing fluid. It is the only satisfac-!= ,
tory ink for the fountain pen,.
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j Pnan Ink Specilists Phone 1028 -
I ~FOUNTAIN IPENS l
TELL your friends what a wonderful IRE"%pnyu atrcni.Yuhv.
been doing it. Thank you. LU ,.E.1.~.AIJ D1i(
RIDER'S PEN SHOP '"-
302 State St. 627-62'9 South Main St.
(250)godanewhat will;° I.
FOR27A. E-0L, gooV or VictrolW Insist on ,Kyer Service"i
you give. Address P. 0. Fox 280,- -I
Ann Arbor, Mich.
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symmetry and jewel-smooth point
inspire and stimulate. They tend
to develop a hand of speed and,
character.
And we guarantee the point,
if not mistreated, for 25 years'
WEAR. So Duofold at $5 and
$7 is the most economical pen
-less costly than short-lived
pens priced lower,
Any good pen counter will
:sell you Parker Duofold-flash-
ing plain black; or black-tipped
lacquer-red, a color that makes;
it handsome to own and hard
to lose.
THE PARKER PEN COMPANY
Manufacturers also of ParkerDuofold Pencils
to match the pen, $3.50
Factory and General Offices
JANESVILLE, WIS.

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Filler capped in-
side the barrel-
out of harm's
way.

Pres~ t::n B't-
ton, rele-ase and~
count 10, wlhilo
iDoofold drinks
its big fill of ink.

3Inner Sleeve of
Dtu -Sl eve Cap
forms Ink-light
sent with nozzle
so pen can't

4y Rich Gold
girdle re-
inforces
cap-was
$1 extra-

FOR RENT--Single room for gentle-
man.. $3. 2060-M. 1203 Forest.
FOR RENT-Large suite andl apart-
mnent, b~lockc from cam lus. 'Private
bath. 6325 Church.
FOR RENT-On fir st floor, four good}
rooms for housekeeping. Conveni--
ently located between Camipus and;
Main. Call 1713-M.

Ii erilanL IWaving and Marcelling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
Thairae expert mlarcellers. Shingle
fxi~l. Sof, water used at all times.
W)1 FWA'IIA BEAUTY SIOPPE
(Above Cushing's)
TY1PEWRITERS

g ld and Black
(V7 Icr C',wua,,uon
a8.Trade a# ark
S, lVat, Office

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With Th ~YearPointY
Duaolod Jr. CS; Lady Duofold $S
Same~ except for Ms1e With ring for chatelaine

FOR RENT-Pleasant single rooms--
very reasonable. 514 Cheever court.
at rear of Union. 293-J.
FOR RENT-Single room2 in quiet
home. 1145 Forest ave. 261-W.

TYP1~IIT N &MIMEOGRAPHIING
It HYIAIN( TON PORTABLE
I 'I' YPEWRITERS
Timue payments if desired
GEI l ICATREGISTER{
(04 E. Madison Phone 1809

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Stre uou s Work!?
After strenuous exercise of any sort, what
a relief to get under the shower-and
then a rub-down with Mifflin Alkohol !
Tired muscles are eased and soothed,
nerves are quieted, the whole body is re-
laxed, comforted.
Of course, Mufflin Alkohol has dozens of
other daily uses!l
Fine to soften the beard, before shaving;
to cool and soothe the skin, AFTER shaving.
Splendid relief for tired, aching feet; great
for sunburn; an efficient antiseptic and
germicide.
Mifflin Alkohol is denatured by a formula
which actually improves it for external use.
College teams and many other athletic
organizations use Mifflin Alkohol regu-
larly. Ike sure YOU get MIFFLIN-in the
handy-grip one-pint bottles as illustrated.

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College Men
now keep their hair smooth,
lustrous, always in pla-e

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servants
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Eversharp and Wahl Pen are modern, per-
fected instruments for recording thought.
Six new features - we mention specially
the non-clogging rifled tip, quick reload-
ing and interchangeability of parts -- make
Eversharp more convenient and dependable
than ever before.
Wahl Pen through the improved all-
metal construction has increased ink ca-
pacity, strength to resist wear and abuse,
and the beauty good taste demands in
personald articles.
Eversharp is priced $1 to $45 --Wahl
Pen $5 to $55.
Alade in duplicate designs for matched sets

Today, as never before, college
men have smooth, well-kept hair,
Why?
A few years ago the hair was a
nuisance to almost everyone, for
it was usually th~e least attractive
part of the appearance - always
unkempt and unsightly an hour
after being combed.,
There was no way, then, to keep
it from being so. Old-fashioned
pomades only matted it and made
it greasy. Water evaporated quickly
and left it drier and more unruly
than ever.
Today everyone can have
smooth, neatly combed hair
Now Stacomb - a delicate, invis-
ible cream for keeping the hair in
place- has changed all that.
It is responsible for the amazingly
improved appearance of men's hair.
And it has made possible for every
S woman, however "difficult" her
hair, the new smooth effect so much
in vogue.
s In clubs and fraternities, at the
theatre or the game, today you can

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seldom find even one case of un-
kempt hair.
People who know that the hair
can ruin the whole appearance-
people who are, carftl about the
way they look -'have given Sta-
comb an important place on their
chiffonier or dressing table.
No matter how dry and straggly
your hairmray be - no matter how
uncontrollable after being washed
-- Stacomb will keep it always
in place, smooth, lustrous, natural.
A touch of it in the morning when
you comb your hair - and all day
long your hair will be just as you
want it, for Stacomb will keep it
smoothly in place until you go to
bed at night.

You can get Stacomb in conven-
ient jars and tubes, at all drug and
department stores. Non-staining
and non-greasy. Use it tomorrow
morning -- and look your best all
day!

M4ifflin Chemical Corporation
PHIILADELPHIIA, PA.
Sates Agents: H-AROLD F. Ri rcuin & Co., Inc.
171 Madison Ave., New York

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Made in the U. S. A. by
THE WAHL COMPANY, Chicago
Canadian Factory
THE WAHL COMPANY, Ltd., Toronto
Manufaffturers of the Wahl E-rersharp and
the Wahl All-Metal Fountain Pen

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