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cS'ND)AY, AI AiCII 1, 19,25


,.,.rAGE sEVZN

E~TEN~ION ~ Only White House




C~ IP "Child" Freshman,

I4O IR I1 N' ii le rOOili
House, eithzer student
girl. Mrs. O'hrien, 1O4
;["h one 30-W.
LOST'-MVan's goldl wrist
initials A. I,. IB. on the
wardl. Phpone 1519.
.. ~BEAUTY SH79..Ot'
a, I specialize in exp)ert perml


(C ('sited from I Page 01,.
1-(odIlctw y sections, follo1w t1he'saIno(


707 N. iUiversity.
Permanent Waving and
3rd Floor pMain
Three expert mlareelle:
trims. Soft water used(1<i
(A~bovo Cuishing'


F~ord tudor sedan ..
Chevrolet ('OlI)J....
Chevrolet toun ig...
Chevrolet touring...
These are seleoct ed frol
used oars on the market. of
Opportunity knocks at y
F & . Chevrolet Sales
11. &. (X. CIIEWRy 1 LT
192 Ashley St.
"WVatch Anun Arbolr C
NE I1 0 M I'
26i-00--Five rooms; beoau
orated; strictly m
rage. Possession
,90-Six rooms; lot 5
large pores (One,
beautiful shrubbl
Possession atc
$!1 500----Splend~idly hbuilt
1h0use0with lattO
l or, Fr'ench (lorf
built-in 1feat ures,
$14500--Onte of the best b
m arket; eight roohl; l c e l v ng
attrzctive firepla
pchde;dn kitchen; lavatory
on first floor. Se
has folWr large air:
anld fine built-in
(A. ILightha semiei
andl st ('anfheat. '
g;11aage. IludiW
(Call Mr. Newton wi
C',II A It L, F1S L. 1 .It
I 'I le5 8 15-''552Iv
'.IYTEWR~tI '1W~°
New and secondI hand Co(
iflgtoiiandl linderwooll po
C. Smith, Ujnderwoodl, Roy,
tron used and factory rebui]
Save $40.00) or more by bi
us. Easy g erms if' desire+
and repairing a specialty.
0. 1). 1101RIIILI
17 Nickels' A rc-ai
The Typewriter & St at io:
Open evenings.
p~romuptly andI ieatly(lone
enicedl operators at moiler.:
17 Nickels' A rcad
E'stablished 1 901. l

in iddlIc ape 'siri:
Iin girls' PhO0NE AT "This product ion unlike the ~ormr
or business Fo r Type writer ]repairing nul) 152whch we hav e(enin An !
30 'Oakland. (Alimakes) Arblor, will undoubtedly ~ake a vivid
Dealer in Woodstock typewrters, inni s i5on upon01 the mins o all crit -;
Saad t rad and Portable Ading Ics. It is a niot radical dicart ue
mac'hines. from the acceted. his spirt is ex-
watcoh with Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange peased to thle great est t ent in the
hack _a~z ( over, which bears an <:1-over do.in
- ___________ -a iiia ring on the back as well as te
____________IT I S f:t) D TiO EAT front leavecs. Neither the Hne of an-
IT I'S PIn)lIR TO) IAT nus, school, volcue nmbr, nor dto
and1( appear on the cover.
RVIC , and V)UIT MINT A'I TTO IEPEl10FI-- A landedoectiihas bereaOted
nsnent wav- TRtY OURl SANI)I('C1 ES ha lfl-inch bho els tedge.. In tl.
We,70Dellver lover right hand corner of tLe frontl
L) K 15WYJI B 1HOTEL laf is ahomese id rider n 111I1anr-
Phone 2652 Opp. Eng. Arch I 1one 799-M mor of the style amd deign a, t sei
by the kn ight s of the rlia tetChisn
Marooning Our moderate prices make it possible lceio(. 'Ilis i gil: . ini a (arging po-
.for all to ae FER~iSI HOME sit in, stands just over the root o a
St. (:110W N FLOWVERS. great acanthus leaf, which swoep"s
- - ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO. (('thSilaidrofhecv.
r. hnge122 P1, jAerty. Phone 1630 A reverse o1 the front loot design
it all times.
SHtllIEIrgis Iiooery-Weurlthi Arcad4e ' appears on the back laf, thus plla- I
') EduicatIor Shoes are better. light ing the knight at the lwer left handc
-- ----- ! tan, snoof 1iiahers for Spring are( corner. he lcat.., is1'grained in an 1
thbe East er styles. I have therm at 01ol1 mission design overlaidl with black
onl ~moor ish, verrigat ed aroundl the main-
TINS! _________- figure so as to have the kight and
* 1924 Biunswick Record No. 2781 mount stand out in silhouette.'Te
".1 923: 1111A,'ll h YOU IN MY l)REAM~S" backbone is very simple. Several of1
.922 j ad the famous tools o1f LeGa son, thec
. ..1192 " ~I fLrpITTLEMi" great French ook lover, (omin ate thec
19 24 ? sung by design.
11 h et . MARION HARRIS Threse5 tools are interspersedl with
Ann Arbor. STIO FI"LT PIIONO) S1H 1'P wide bands in deep relief. A gold
your (1001. 67t6 E. liberty Street Gothic "M' upon1 a Bible-red back-
S02Asleyr 110tIE. Washington ground, surroundled by a gold crest
SALES_______________________ of the Moyer age serves as the title
'M'Y OUR New Way Troasted ;wand-I plate. This cover was modeled by Ar-
- --- wiches. Best you ever ate. Arbor t hur Russell of the Burkhardt CoverI
SiFounitaini company after a midle age binding
droz I"", createdl ly Robert Rivire of England.
SI'OW !" Barte Aset FIrom C(over
'ION T110 Shampoo of "The absence of the name any he e
.ifully (ee- 1I~NAII'r1Y on the cover is indeedl an inoation.
olrn ; go- Arcade Pharmacy This gives the blook ani appearance of;
;June, 7925.N ickels' A rcade com pleteness, rather than the idea '01 2 w t h i t e E u a o fi h f i s b i g a n e r l p r f a s t
screened), Wnrt Acae ouca save $1.50 pe of ooks. It is then, a finished pro-
ry; goarage ir f the Easer Boston made she duct, andl the single letter "N'' wil
oe. $1000' $1 0.00) elsewhere, $810( in his shop ;serve as a sufficient indication of title
six romfee his smooth tan leathers for spring to any Michigan student. Thle d(11
sixoeyo uyrouaroofindo lines of the acanthus leaf on the font
'r1 san1 par- Ray's whebt her you buy or not.. ay andl back covers give a free, whole-
x, fmireplace,0 a vsitom0e10atmoasphere which strikes itsI
lot5(x132; 11tuavil ' zenith of characteristic interpetation!
W iILL, PERSON who took notebookI in tie old (rest with the gold "l"
Virys on the! belonging to No rbert Behmn from upon01 1tle rdlshieldl embodied in it.
nIs, entranc'e lavator'y in Angell all by mistake "In the end-sheets the temle of the
roonm with please (all 201,4-R. Reward. cover has been continue. The entire
ice; sunt-i iprsion is given in a light, almost .
V ~O)i) '11(1 ran swick~ Record No. 2304
andro iletd j «"11;1 i: i S I:CON1) ST1'r EET I' B11, lTS " phantom-like half-tone tint. A three-:
and tiletuarter inch boder encircles the ei-
Pond floor and(I tire doublle s.pread. This border in-
"y bedrooms G lA~tra'duces the (ltail of dlsign which
linen11 log-'j lahyedl by finds its place in every comlbinationl
nI ; laundry AIOW\ [)CITY PLUME 3LOWERS =produced throughout the book.As a
+1111 lot wvithI T 'iLF P1O )511 character is pure G oth ic, iicoi'jari't lg
Ice p~as e:;- 61kti . liberty St rot the Gothic Arch as its domiinant le-E
110 1G. Washingt onl sign. Wit in the border apPle('rinrg in
ith FXlFIT WATCH REPAIRIN4G the lower'left hand corner of thle
(r O0 K AodSt SretJwelr lread begins aad~~, up xwhih the
302 South !tate kngt of the cover' may travel Io
~N[ 1;L G._______________________________ reach the (astle which apears in
('11in gs 211t I' i col mniu of (Cla~ssified mdveris- j the upper right hand corner.
-~- l' nis 11 111(11ilI muJoy wih you roiliy ''This cast10 is ia.lreplica01o(11)m of
find xi li. nt ou 1we lost, retutri what the towers of the Lawxvyer's Club, a-
you hav e folld, 1)eiformned of wvhere ing a diaw-bridge at its entrance. A
PITATERSo buy vl:at you want, anid to sell 1 mote surounds the ont ire building. In
DUARTFRS v ital you have to (dispose of... ead! the upper left hand corner of this
ar'oma, Rein-;)atril owe4flt, j 'aniiiAds. hey are de-(IC-spread a ppear " Ex Liris ecased0(by
it alles. h. cidedaly for your beef'i,. a frame of the same Gothic design as
al, Reiing-- the; exterior' border. The back end-
It mac5(hines. i4)UG'NTA IN PE'N R A~UN sheets are the ieverse of the designj
l~ivi g iron)f us(d in the front, the ''Ex ifbris'' be-
(1.Ret 1mgSAVE that long wait while having;
your 1)en sent away for repairs. riig eliminated.
\erepair it the same day it isbrow'0- Imeiel following the title
in p11 nueta twl e~ age is a five lby seven four-color-pro-
Ie glitinintuetati il ead- (P550(1 plate of' an oelpaintig, prIo-
uery Store juste, to your hand when you call (cdl by a famous prsent-(ay ai-
Phonwe 1715 1fo' it. tist. This painting repriesets aa 111-
K s FIL SL;;ive which well characterises the sil-,
FOSL it of Michigan.
GRAPHI~N( jFi'OfSALE:-Good six room house, ('etiailis nisiuc lDedctl'iioi
ly experi- close to Ferry field, can be had for ''The Dedication has bee0n most
to rates. $6,tf00, on very easy terms. all lmuniquely planned. The proession,
G 2 10 any time after Sunday. or character of the person receiving
M -- dedication has been reproducedl in a
hone 1718. 1FORl SAL-E-A dandy six room house ien and ink drawing vich ael~l~is
just soutih of the Campus. Excel- 011 n opiosing 5pge, and( seves as a
lont for'anyone connecte0(1 ith the tconter-at to the chaacter'lphoto-
tUives iy. Price only $8,750. TPerm .j graphi of one of Michigan's getest
Anr Arbor TC(all Goton, 2428. men.


There's only one "White 11 ouse
child" n1ow. Mr'. and Mrs. Coolidge
have one living son, JIoiin. H-eis 18.
and( a freshman at Amhei'st ('ollege.
Th1e0 University Girls' Glee club was
priesenitedl in a two-houir conctert Fri-
(lay evening at the Firs', PBaptist
chiuirch of J1acekson by the0 Youn1)g Peo-
Ales' society of that churi. The
concer't. conisistedl of seven groups,'
some lby the quar'tette, s0ome by in-
dividual mnembers. and someC by thle
whole club.
Charming Styles
That Bespeak
Grace Van Schoick
.;iI: Maynard Si.Phioine 3070-It
Two lDoors frothMiiajest ic

Caf etetia
where the choic-
est of m6ats, the
freshest of v ege-
tables and the
most select of
fruits make up
Ithe largest var-
f'ety cof foodsf
served by any
50$ East Williams
Where the best food is served


1 l ,

Large Percentage ,Of StludentsI
The tI Is ix' 4( percet iofthle xVolioncfl (OUP205that. are in I (rest 111gr'' o
<, nd 45.perc ent1 of tha ,mn onih th tes(::are Second ary, sit : _ c-ti(1) 1' pr-
(',..?t l( (U)o1not t1evto obtain l lhi mar'.
?;?r1 .: . I 31: is C'1? 0i iC):0l \X5 rca(: ' ( Tb ? men think that 1I", 1hour o0f
('8 at1l ~o'il~ofati iT l '_',
txi, i't'eklV are l)Ocs.'ir to i11s'd'e
1 ~~~ ~1 'vT? d 0.v5 ld IaniilI(the'iQ'-i 15
Bail 1 '"l. fl (81cu'011time (1 1 t1ii 5 1'id C 'l g'V aa ~ex aa; i n
al rne. iat: 17 houri'shw,(jdbo sen;weeklyat2t3n?
foi' t hi ?111' poset. 'PhiS xscold;! 11i(' lct I i
T11e0 wo((1)05in ) ul assi p"I 5 't111n1)0ti a sIti (len t (10not tgahile on palas-
limitations on th~eir answers to the=i, a h aeaeSOlSD et
que'stion). ''1)0lion1try for high umarks?''wa t1t'11 -
1,.\ 0 OC-.li ie101 Iblt 1iiniteO ' heir101 'ad 'o 8lOi22-2iors
222Swca 51 111d mat Iorcthiesof humor in- I' O1111il l l tlg' 0i i
to then. (one said. "''apra di('ally,'' an o'?t the imu11' of honurashe~ spends
othc_ b lo ''t in g f orth into classroorm tlyjing1 hecalm.) C 5di-l'y V inVo ca
Ian ngua11) i sd '(iii oiq ii ofo~s, t 0(i s he nut a; hci' ans wer'l s iv \
a thbird iplaced af Ici'the q0uet 'i ia nlxi'
''moderpte.' 0Other's in a.iimoreOsermions_______________
-~~wt -''to I nswter-s such as.

It is found that those students who.
get a "C'" uv'age an(d .no. better,
stiudy' 24 hours weekly, while ;thosie
twho get a high "C" or nearly "R"' av-
er'age stdy but 15 1-2 hours_ weekly.
r4')<, 1 student., who have maintained
an"' average puft 22 hours into, pre-
pl, z-ttion weekly, thmose who have a "B3"
to' e: tge 26 hoturs, and those who have
Kati am "D- average for the past two
s01)10te em'sStud~y but 12 hours each
t:li er information is now being com-
;ul ted and will be published in TPhe
Daiily as :rocn as the wor'k af averagt-
:.1 i5 conpleted. 'These statistic:; will
(rival with those who are in stmtienlt ac-
tivities. with how munch the average
st'ademit sleepls and with whether hie
tii?1h ilole leep('')wouildlimprgve his
Re8(ltie tWnt Ads

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





1 ,

lady des ires lady (101)1)11nioni to toiur
England, Hlollanmd, Francoetc. this
.Tune andl lJtuly. Entir'e (xpe llses
less thman $500. Write "hox. 67>.
Michigan Daily, for intervi~'w. I

l'X)li. SALE'.-Nearly new I loluier ac-
( ordian. Phone 47.5-1R. 205 N. In-
CarmdItables--high gr'ade substantia~l

"Following the Dedication, areo tlii'ee
Pages of ''In 1\lemomiain,''whiclhai'e
given to the memilor'y of thle loteC
I1Pm'sitent Alamion L. lMurton, Regisl-
! rar'Aithum' (. I-all, and the stumdent.,
xx'io have dliedl diuring the past yeart.-'

m1\ \\\\\\\\ ,4, ' ' ajr 111J/
a On State Street or,
a any other street
in Ann Arbor.
There is some one who f
has what you want to
trade or sell or from
whom you would like to
--_ -__buy. You may reach this
T person most effectively
-through the"
The Michigan Daily

(GIRT, BOARD)ERS xiant ed by we,(k.l! mahogany finish --i'een Ic
Mrs. AshI, 29S. Imngalls. P110-ne0 top-~$2.S5.
35;a28. i-'g lamps, w roughit it
1)11 0iv it tector'at edishade-
WA NTE-Stuients to see our tyl)(- 1(0)41 & [TEN NET

'athem'ett C

writer bargains. Good machines for :l,,0 S. Ala in.
sale or rent. S A. Moran, 711 N. -
University Ave., 1R001112.10'


WtA N TEM1 -Studnents. and famuiliyira,11-; A vicious in1k 1mayxvor'k foi
ins.Tee on Si'rs.4 I inec. It, clogs 11)0delicate

111 .7. i. viv-piltillc. .: ) 1 ".)-1r1..


We'i'e earliest with ii1w llt.
See thle 1n0ewest in It'e mus ictl l il e.!I
14 Nickels Arcade
TRY 01U11Hot Toast ed Wandwiclios.',
They are delicious. Arbor Foun-f
MELL GILLESPIE, Solois-t a1nd1tech'li
er, thirty ye'ar's expeience. Man-
dolin, guitar, b.anjo, aiid chord

ism of the pen ailndlcannollt 1+
t'd by oi'dinary means. Iti
('lilly' <intagonmtit' to a good in
will wo'k amid re'nde(rs ltheir
les s. -
('011snlft Rider's Pen Shl-
you will always find a 1res]
or. thme hest Governmeiint
xx'iitixu fluid. It is the only
Cory illk fo0r' the fountain pe.IiCRS PE 1 O
Pen and Ink Spec alisl

Pmrof. Joseph R.. Hayden of the pol-
Phonle 50 !itical science (departmenlt, will 1)0 the
speaker' at 1t)e joint m)eetin~g, o1the
Women's Educational c'1u11 and Phi
r a shioit'tLambda Theta xxwhichl xwill hobe ldfat.
Inedian- #7 :30 o'c.-lock 'Tuesday night in roa'O~
)e r'emov-! 214 of the V'niversity high school. II .s
is chiem-i- subject will be -Demnoci'acy in thle Or'-
ak, which i tent." All womien wxho ar e ixitotrcesI xl
nk color- aye invited to be present.
Ip, where CGad Rapids, I'dich..,tFob. 28.-' Til
h supply next muce'ting; of' the tre'at Lakes Ad -
stanmdard visory B~oar'd will be held in Lansinig,,
satistac- March 10.
gin. -- -
I' Ovid, M''ich., i''eb. 28.-The Ovid
5Is High school hbuildinug was dest royedi by'
tire last nigt, .Withi a logss tst imatedt
at $15,000.
wonderful 1SOfILANEO1JS -'-


'Il, v ou 1i ielids what a w

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