THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2,6, 1925
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V- TfOR.SALJE LOSTS
F~OR ALL Lb I ', i'd (corm1 ,se41lf, Si'Eiagemeflt Ring. White gold
starter;, demIountIable rins- 'l a 51 settilng. Soawxvhere on %am~pus,
S tube radio set1. Tei.1.1Ii1 ej; Feb. 24. Reward. Enquire Box 70,
7313-W. Miehi gan Daily.
FOR SALE-'tenor banjo. liuil'(2 at I LO)ST-Man's gold wrist watch with
610 Thompson. Phone 1.1133-J. initials A. E. 13. on the back. Re-
FOR~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ad SALE-Seven double deck beds_________(N___________________
and 3 cots complete, S chiffoniers,; LOST-On~yx pin set in pearls. Let-
14 study tables, 16 straight lbac k tern 1). S. A. Finder call 23-ML
chairs and S rockers. Call Brady,f--
2578-M. LOST-Circular mosaic pin with doveI
~~L13iM8sselIIU Feb!. 25. - Negotiations
fl~PI~flR~flhiverredemiuiton by Germany of six
IILUWHIHILJII UIIULahl irnper marks issued during the
"OM[ [ S T o, .upation will be resumned shortly.
Willh the addition of several inore
Itames to be hoime list, " the list for
tlhe past semester hias been practically It's Unique
closed, regist ration officials said yes-
ta. Students wishing to comlelte work
Cor courses in which they were grad- "
(incomplete must,(do so before March
9. it was ainounedt. Otherwise, the
inicomlplete gradlng will he consider-. . "
edas a failing grade in the course.t
Your SubseriLiton is Payable now.____________________
FOR RENT-For a man andl ife, a;
large, beautiful front room wit Ii1
b~ay windows; nicely furnished,
steam heat. Also othier rooms for
rent. 337 Tfhomnpson.
WAN TED-A college girl who can
write well is wanted for local ad-1
vertising work that will require partj
or full time. Address Box 68,
WANTED-Students to see our type-
writer bargains. Good mnachines for]
sale or rent. S A. Moran, 711 N.I
University Ave., Room 2. I
WANTED--.Physician front SoulthI
America wishes changes 'Spanish }1for
English lesions. Box 72, ifchifgan
FOUTNTAIN PEN INK
idesign and filigree border. Liber-
al reward. P'hone 526-M. 721 For-
I BEAUTY SHOPPES
Permanent Waving and MarcellingI
MACK AND CO.j
j 3rd Floor Main St.
$r'Thhree expert marcellers. Shingle
trims. Soft water usedI at all times.
IUAT111A BEAU~TY SHOLP.
TRY OUR Hot Toasted Fsandwiches.
Thley are delicious. Arbor Foun-
EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING
Arnol1d St ate Street Jeweller
302 South S4 tateo
FRESH STRAWBERRY SUNDAE
For 'Typewriter Repairing
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,j
Sundstrand and Portable Adding
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange
A vicious ink may work for a short
Stime.- It clogs the delicate mechan-
ism of the pen and cannot be remov-
~;ed by ordinary means. It is cei
chm-cally antagonistic to a good ink, which'
.will work and renders the ink color-
~'Consult Rider's Pen Shop, where
you will always find a fresh supply
of the best Government standlard 1
writing fluid. It is the only satisfac-,
, tory ink for the fountain pen.!
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
Pen and Inik Specialists
'TELL your friends what a wonderful
pen your Master pen is. You have
been doing it. 'Thank you.
sryk RIDER'S PEN SHOP'
"£ 302 State St.
The splenIdouri of former years' p <etis ia inaugurat ions, with, the
blare of many b~ands, thle seeingl)ly c, ,1; J )i'c sionl of military die-
'- tachmzents, arid the lig4hting up of Vtsingion si ; 5l like fairylands, is
REFINED MIDDLE aged An' Arbor nimissing this year, Preside nt Coolidge havicing ordcieed that the ceremonies
lady desires lady companion to tour be as simple as 110551)le. rThe( color silrr(milling r'ecent ilaruration pa-
England, Holland, France, etc. this Irade~s is refleted by the ,itorha }i lcoe
June and July. Entire expenses
less than $500. Write box 67,
Michigan :Daily, for intervi mw
TRY OUR New Way Toasted Sand-
wiclies. Best you ever ate. Arbor
Our moderate prices make it possible
for all to have FRESH NOME
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
[22 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
lii rg'is Ilool tei'yW iri Ii' Arcade
FirsctNation I rank
Organized 16' ..
! =SAVINGS D ~RMN
UTOldest National Bank lli Michigan
1111 11 ilil 11m
tan, smnoothm leathers for Sprin> are
FOUNTAIN PE~N REPAIRING the Eastern styles. I have them at
E . only $8.50.
"SAVE that long wait while having --
your pen sent away for repaim~s. jSEI+NC MACHI-TNES and the like fix-
v'We repair it the same lay it is brow-' ed in good running order by experi-
ght in and insure that it will b)e ad- enced student. 1512-W. 1021)
;dusted to your hand when you call Vaughn.
Waffles [R 'AEA
- TYPEWRITERS loW NR A
sTYPEWRITERS Splendid machines. Coupon Books
Bcst makes for rent or for sale. !*
PhoueC 342-R. t'A 'UTER.'S c. Z>
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LUjNCHI ~
NOTICE r 11
'MELL GIL~LESPIE, Soloist and teach - So.I n-eriS
er, thirty years experience. Alan-
dolin, guitar, banjo, and chordt
construction T'elephene 1791--M. R ad te W tAd
Th'e Longical Lunch
i ~ Is not too heavy--Is satisfying--Is a-fordably
S . pricel~, and tastes so good that you feel like
' imore. It is a Barbecue Sandwich at
S iThe Barbecue In n
440 Souftli State StreetPlione 2948=1v
wrd.~. : .J ~.r "". ".ro iiTaa ",d ../°y/".A.er/.rAr' '
INTERESTING HISTORICAL EVTENTS T
Do You Know
."~-that john Hancock, as Presi- We suggest that every college [
~4 dent of Congress, signed the student utilize the first opportu-
I~~commission of George Wash- nity for a trip to the National
ington as Commander-in-Chief Capital and make a point of ;
Sof the American armies in the looking at the !Declaration of s+I
it 4,1 Revolutionary War? The origi- Indepcndence, Washington's c;
~''nal commission is at Washing- commission, and other impor.- ';"f
I4ton, D. C., in the Library of tant documents bearing on 4
Congress, Division of Mann- American history. i
scripts, where you may see it atr
11any time and note the famous We believe avisit to Washington
signature. makes better Americans ofus all. 'i
v I The John Hancock is particularly interested in
E iii insuring college meen and women and obtainingI
4 t4 college graduates for the personnel of the field staff. t
Over Sixty Years in
Business. Now Insuring
Over Two Billiorn Dol- LIFE IN~SUp~RANE COMPA !,
lars On 3,50Q000 Lives O SQTO. ASSACETTS $ ' dki "
@Yo. . Co.The Fish Building, New York City
CAIAP.LRE & HASTINGS
"(Designing in Masses"
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T JIF ncw architecture tra'nscenmds detail am! expresses
the coniPoncnt solids of the great building s of today
and tomorrow. Gigantic profiles are reared against the
sky---tru e expression of structural facts has now come
into its own in architectural design, lining architect and
engineer ever more closeiy together.
Certainly modern invention -modern engineering skill
and organization, will prove more than eqlual to the
demands of the architecture of the future.
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