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PAGE SIXTEEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. :1t:\RCTT 1, 4925

VAGE SIXTEEN SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1925

MacMian
(Continued from Page Eleven)
sideward action immediately dislo
cates these joints, and the freed shaft
floats away while the steel point re-
mains in the body of the prey. A
tug upon the cord pulls the tip to a
position at right angles to t he side
of the animal, thus, with its barbs.I
preventing its own withdrawal. A
float attached to the end of the cord
marks the route of the wounded sea
creature, and a small parachute-
shaped piece of skin fastened just be-
low the float serves as a partial
check pn the speed of the prey. This
style of harpoon has served in a large
measure as the pattern for those used
by American whalers.
Captan MacMillan plans at present
to return to the North next summer
on an expedition less dangerous, but
fully as interesting as his last. He
intends to make a study of Norse
ruins said to exist some distance in-
land from the Labrador coast. Nol
white man has seen these ruins, but
the stories of Eskimos and- certain
consistent references in Norse stories
point to the great likelihood of their
being there.
Tradition has it that many years
before Columbus made his epochal
journey to the North American conti-
nent, the Norsemen sent to Labrador
a colony of nearly 8,000 people.
These settled in the valleys back up
the fiords from the coast, and later
air trace of them was lost. Whether
the sentire colony died or so inter-
mixed with the natives that all direct

very fond of any kind of sport, and
in Olympic games, in Greece, in Bel-
gium, everywhere, they have had an
opportunity; they have shown., not,
only their perfect organization bult
also their superior ability.
The Alpine club of italy has a
special student organization, the S.
U. C. I. A. (Societa Universitaria
Club Alpino Italiano), which takes

Churches
(Continued from Page Fifteen)
by the Rev. 14. 0. Schuh, whlo will
spel% n ''char hrist iin C olley' i e.
At 5: 30 o'clock the s,,a dents' social
lkill and siu pper ui 1 be held fol 'o.,ed
by a (scussion :"The lPlace of Ilabit
in Re]ligion'' led by Wa ltei' 1 elser.
Afif Nicola Shalhla, a native of Jerusa-
lem vill give an illustrated lect re at

CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY

part in a great many climbs, not1 7:30 o'clock on "«'alhing on Sacl'Q(l
only for sport, but also for studies. Soil."
Every year it publishes an interesting{
report of its doings. Students take irst Baptist (hurcit
part in all hinds of sports, among the . . oa.. .u
more popular being football, tennis, The sermon at the 10:30 o c:1u.
baseball{ rowing and sailing, and rid- service will be on "H1w Shall We
ing, in which they excel. Think of Cod." At 12 o'clock Profes-
sor Waterman and Mr. Chapman will
During the first part of the last conduct student classes at the Guild
century, when the cry for the inde- house. Studecnt friendship hour will
pendence and liberation of the Ital- be held at 5:30 o'clock followed by the
ians, divided and oppressed by so devotional meeting with Elizabeth
many tyrants, started throughout all Brown in charge.
of Italy, most of the followers of the _
famous philosopher and patroit, Gui- St. Andrcw's Episcopal Church
seppe Mazzini, and the other patriot Holy Communion service will be
and soldiers Guiseppe Garibaldi, were held at 8 o'clock. At 9:30 o'clock the
Italian students. These took part in student Bible study class will meet at
every movement, every conspiracy, the Church school. The morning
every war, for the liberation of their sermon will be given by Rev. George
country. In this last struggle they Norton of St. Paul's church, Roches-
fully distinguished themselves of ef- ter, N. Y. The adult Bible class will
ficiency and valor. meet at 3 o'clock.. The young people's
In the melting pot of the different I supper will be held in the old chanel
elements of Italians, who have lived followed by the student service. The
for so many years under differentlt Ispeaker will be the Rev. Mr. Norton.
oppressors, the work of fusion and
reassembling into one sentiment of lectual field of historical knowledge,
national unity is principally done by pride and traditions, working in coin-
the ,student. They join in the intel- mon for a better and greater Italy.

ART SHOP
James Foster
house of Art
213 South State St.
ATIIETIC( GOOd)S
(Geo. J. 1Moe
711 N. University Ave.
Pratt & Dunn
Athletic supplies and
Student Furnishings
332 South State St.

CON FE(TIONFRYj
Fountain Of Yout'i
Corner Liberty And State-

LADIES MILIANERY
Emn a B. Fogerty's
Specialty Hat hop
117 East Liberty St.

Ada Gustine
716-717 First Nat. Bank. Phone 835-Fl

Iloney Dell
1115 S. University
Malted Milks our Special

It

Candy
Ice Cre

Palace of Sweets
1204 S. University
Try Our Fine Lunches
Sugar Bowl
am 109 S. Main I

ty
Lunches

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traces were lost cannot be deter-
mined. Eskimos who make the trip DRUGS / SODAS
inland each year to get grass for k
their declarations that there still
stand farmhouses and barns of stone
among the fields of thick growing fod-
der. Just Received a New Line of
It is to investigate . study these
ruins that Captain MacMillan will
head North again next summer. On-
his little auxiliary schooner, the
"IBowdoin," he will put in three months#
with his crew of seven men explor-.1
ing this most interesting phase of our
cont nent's history.
Italian Education '
(Continued from Page Twelve)i
of late the concourse of students hasI
increased, the imprpvements in the-
fast comniunications between the!
island and the continent are bound in;
time to diminsh the attendance of I
those small universities. The future Come in and See "Them
of intellectual Italy, seems to point
toward concentration in the great=
centers of learning..
The social life of the Italian stu-
dents is quite different from that of
their northern brothers of different J
race, such as the Anglo-Saxon. All j
that belongs to the sportive life is
outside of the university and collegeP
organization not because the Italian
students are not fond of athletics,
but because it is not in the tradition "A Slore in Evcry Shopping Center"
of the Italian schools of early time.
However, the Italian students are 217 N. Main St. 723 N. University Ave. 219 S. Main St.
Read the Vant Ads CIGARS CANDY -

AUTO ACCES ORIES
Willard Battery Servicej
and Auto Specialty Shop
Raybestos Brake Lining Service
219-21 W. Huron St.
AtUTOLOBILES
Ann Arbor *Buick Service Co.
120 W. Huron_
Hudson Sales & ServiceF
Used Cars of Quality
310 East Washington
AUTO PAINTING & TRIMMING
Quality Auto Paint and Trim Shop
304 S. Ashley Ave
BAKERY
City Pastry Shop
516 East Liberty. Phone 3310J
Federal System of Bakeries
114 Main St.
BARBER SHOPS
Arcade Barber Shop
Nickels' Arcade
Church Street Barber Shop '
607 Church St.
Miller's Barber Shop
115 W. Huron
Miller's Barber Shop
1114 S. University
Pearsall's Barber Shop
717 N. University
T. R. Trojanowski
1110 S. Uaiversitp A ' .
Six First Class ijaroers
Beauty Shop-Side Door Entrance
The Varsity
617 E. Williams St.

A. C. Barth
619 E. Williams
Chas. Doukas
Custom Tailor
1319 So. University Ave.
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing
Arthur F. Marquardt
608 East Liberty

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E. J. Wiemer
119 So. Main

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CI'STIO.IITAIlLORIINGI

Mack & Co.,
Main St. Third Floor
The Vogue Shoppe
Hats and Gowns
308 Maynard
Wesch Hat Shop
206 E. Liberty St.
LADIES WEAR
C. H. Clark
211 East Liberty St.
iutzel's
Women's Shops
Main Shop-Main at Liberty
Branch
8 Nickels Arcade
The Lyndon Shop
The College Women's Favorite
Store for Immediate Needs
Mack & Co.
Main St. Second Floor
Headquarters for Furs
Zwerdling's-Established 1904
17 East Liberty
LAUNDRY
The Trojan Laundry
514 E. Williams St., ,Phone1981
The Varsity Laundry Co.
Cor. Liberty St. and Fifth Ave.
LAWN SEED & FERTILIZERS
Ann Arbor Impliments Co.
110 S. Ashley
Harris Seed Store
Washington St. cor. Fifth Ave.
LEATTIER GOODS

DELIC'AT'ESSEN
Karolyn Kitchen
119 Fast Liberty --Phone 2620M
DRUG STORE
Edsill's Rexal1rug Store
208 South Main St.
Sugden Drug Co.!
South U.
I&RY(G40O1S
Ann ArI'or :Dry Goods
316 South Main St.
ELECTRICA L VOOIS
Ernst Bros. Electric Shopj
104 N .4th Ave.-Phone 2814-M
FISH
Ani Arbor Fish Market
115 W. Washington
FOOTWIEAR
Alexander Inc.,
Footwear For Men
State Street Over Calkins
FOUNTAIN PENS
J. F. Sanders
Security Fountain Pens
308 State St.
At (The) College Inn
FOUNTAIN PEN MANUFACTURERS
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State Street
Sales and Service Home of Rider's
Master Pen
FRUIT

Rinsey & Helber
413 E. Liberty St., Phone 1194-R
Mabel A. Tolford
712 First National Bank Bldg.
Office Phone 1516 Res. Phone 2387-R
RESTAURANTS
Ann Arbor Restaurant
215 S. Main St.
Court Cafe
108 E. Huron St.
Forest Lunch
538 Forest Ave.
Our Planked Steaks
Three Bucks for Two People
Golden Oaks Inn
605 Forest Ave.
For Parties, Luncheons and Dinners
Rice's Restaurant
120 W. Liberty St.
R. & S. Lunch
605 Church St.
Tuttle's Lunch Room
338 Maynard. Phone 150
Utopian Cafe
1219 So. University
!( The Walworth
819 S. State St.
SHOES
Alexander Inc.
Foot Wear For Men
State Street Over Calkins
Ann Arbor Custom Shoe Factory
Moccasins Made to Measure
From $5.50 Up
534 Forest Ave.
Campus Bootery
304 S. State

F. W. Wilkinson
325 S. Main--Phone 24
3IAR KETS
The White Market
607 East Williams. Phone 582J
Fresh Meats and Groceries
GROCERIES AND MEATS
A. Lemble
530 Forest Ave.
Shaw Grocery Co.
709-711 Packard
MISCELLANEOUS

The William P. Purfield Shoe Store
123 E. Liberty St.
Wahr's Shoe Store
108 Main St.

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SHOE REPAIRING
J. Andres Shoe Repair Shop
222 S. State St.

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BEAUTY SHOP
Blue Bird Hair Shoppe
,Phone 3168 5 Nickel's Arcade
Mack & Co.
Main St. Second Floor
Powder Puff Beauty Shop
Phone 993-R
BILLIARD PARLORS
The American Cigar Store
514 E. Williams St.

The Ann Arbor Shop
Hat Cleaned, Shoes Repaired-Shines
625 East Liberty St.
A. T. Cooch & Son
11vi O11.11n UnV4-4'jsV
J.1 H, Lambert
613 E. Williams St.
Matt E. Ehnis
116 W. Liberty St.

I-lanmilton Business College Oscar's Shoe Repair
State and William Streets One Day Service
P. B.Ilarding 1114 S. University
Upholstering, Refinishing, Repairing Next To Van's Lunch
Phone 381-W 218 E. Huron IRussell Bucholz
The Home Supply Store 111 W. Washington
209-211 East Washington St. Smith's
If you care to save on Underwear or Quality Shoe Repair
Sweaters i Rp

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FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
101-105 S.MAIN ST.--ANN ARBOR, MICH.--330 S. STATE

THERE ARE FEW MEN WITH

SO SMALL

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CANNOT

SAVE SOME-

THING

OF IT. OF COURSE

IT MEANS

THEY

MUST DEPRIVE THEMSELVES OF SOME OF THE

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CAR WASHING
Staebler & Sons
211 So. Ashley St.
CLEANING AND PRESSING
L. O. Clapp
1119 S. University Ave.
Pressing 35c, Cleaning $1.25
Frank Cruikshank
1221 S. University Ave.
Goldman Bros.
:Phone 1]
OswaldI~z--t-
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing
814 S. State-2383J
CIOTIER
Guy Woolfolk & Co.
336 South State
Greenwood And Kilgore
State Street, Over Calkins
The Mans Shop
Lutz Clothing Store
217 South Main
Mack & Co.

Ann Arbor Wholesale Fruit &
Produce Co.
Special rates to fraternities. Delivering
217 E. Washington. Phone 1007-R.
George Teroota
301 So
So. State St.
FURNITURE
Mack & Co.
Main St. Main Floor
GARAGES
Ann Arbor Nash Co.
A. C. Marquardt
521 South Main St.
GROCERSj
P'ackardGrocery
C. R. Rash & Sons
1123 So. University Ave.
State Street Cash Grocery
314 South State St.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Grinell Bros. Co.
116 S. Main
OFFICE SUPPLIES
The Mayer-Schairer Co.
162 South Maltin St.
OST EPATHIS
Dr. W. S. Mills
Osteopathic Physician
616 First National Bank Bldg.
PHONOGRIAIPII RECORDS '
The Stofflet Phono Shops
616 East Liberty St.
Brunswick Records
PHOTOGRAPHS
Dey Studios
334 South State St.
Lyndon & Co.
719 N. University Ave.

zervice
705 Packard at State Street
State Street Shoe Repairing Shop
301 So. State
SMOKE SHOP
Blue Front Cigar Store
Cor. State, Packard and Arbor St.
Tobaccos, Soft Drinks and Student
Supplies
STUDENT'S SUPPLIES
Graham's Bookstores
Both Ends of the Diagonal Walk
Slater's Book Shop
334 So. State St.
Student Supply Store
1111 So. University
TAXI CAB
Red Top Cab Co.
Phone 1300
TYPEWRITERS
Hamilton Business College
State and William Streets
Underwood Portable
Typewriters
308 S. State. Phone 310-M.
INSURANCE
Rinsey & Helber
413 E. Liberty St., Phone 1194-R
WALL PAPER AND PAINTS
C. H. Major & Co.
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.
203 E. Washington St. Phone 237.

THINGS THEY AR
THAT, AFTER ALL
DO NOT SUGGEST

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TO, BUT

, IS A GOOD THIING.

WE

THEY SHOULD FOREGO

EVERYTHING THAT'S WORTH WHILE, ONLY

THAT THEY DO AWAY WITH
SARY. WE PLEDGE THE C(

SOME UNNECES-

Main St.

O-OPERATION

OF
TO

Third Floor

THIS STRONG
TRY IT.

BANK TO

TIHlOSE

WILLING

Tinker And Company
Furnishers, Hatters and Clothers
Corner State And Williams
14. F. Wuertli Co.
Fashion Park Clothiers
Next to Wuerth Theatre downtown

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}HARDWARE
Larned Hardware
3110 S. State Phone 1610
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Meyer Hardware ('.
112 W. 'Liberty St.
Muehlig & Schinid
- 1hardware
Sporting Goods and Electrical Supplies
205 S. Main St. Phone 574.
Schumacher Hardware Co.
308-10-12 South Main St.
JEWELERS
J. L. Chapman, Jeweler
113 So. Main St.
Gallu's'
State Street Jewelers

Spedding Studio
619 East Liberty-Phone 604W.
RADIO
Home Radio Sales Co.I
318 South Main St.
REAL ESTATE
Ann Arbor Home Builders' Ass'n.
Edwin H. Smith Samuel Schultz
408 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 33851
Chas. L. Brooks.
215 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phones 315 and 3552

COLLECTIONS
Michigan Collection Agency
317 First National Bank Bldg.

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