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TI_117. MICHIGAN DAILY

PAC;i lCrVTNT

TII1IRSDAY, \1 ARCh 5, 1925 PAGI~ VPN THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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asi-oAacC-althsFRmorning airplanes from the naval air i EMLO ENT OF SUDNT
:,tation and from Bolling Field circled ;T~i ~i iS i YOR PFRi" I"'Y '°

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OMmN ASSI IE1N "COLUMN
CLOSES 0 'I1CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. AIDVERTISYING AT 3 P.M.

R1 AlIE!~' A I~ii N'' 1(IN -Ths a~ t t iingis o yourbenefit, and -youI
"1-' ur.-" d$oau d 'ntae ( Ill cina u.,il ij2e 11i1lbe glad(I t
Itoi) yo, l111d your e1, i idses4, I i h y, i r uyItlinit !s 1uledinu.
(')I I at the ije s ,* iidill£N,f v re You 11 tit I eia I.J fI1h1o med'ia U andI 1eficeit;

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Violin, $25.00, (all 273;4-Wt
E'OR SA L--wo (iivl OD)f
( all Mary (iorchiofs1ky, 2031,-11.

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B~EAUT'Y SIIOPPES
BIRD 111)HAIR Sfllt'

Othe i ollges, over thle...ity.,an{i a continuous air
, c(ircu(s was cairried on Ithronighoot th,,
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y" c . 1 :;:3 1{7 FVialhc' . Kel- Kansas-After two wveekis of worki.; Washington, !March - =.--The person
I :t. AID1% zi , inhian the choruses and leads of "GCreen out side the WVhit e H-ouse to whom
Si Iel 't2 w with a rc prosvul aliv' of D~ays,"' tho all -university must)ica1 lie inauguration t.odaylymeant the
]t(.\lNiv-e staO"te fal.t the comiedy to be presented Maurch 7, at most was a silent New E nglander Who
aril lcatb: s< c~yit owinv DDO Il IV(hoge"t! the Unlivcrsity of Kansa~s arc pralcti c-! came to see his own son inducted into
cr~ti i Li3ta-; o; (>"' ninl. I Ii s ally ready to give the show. a ccoiring! the highest office of the bandl.
lea son: S 10)Qgre atIi aue iii ib e ipar t - to lDick Matthews, dirctor of chor - ---__________-__
rl(iir[A t, t uner z(I i opnl~zritY uses. FIATE YOU SUBSCRIBED YETI
(;I 011 as o-rV~(Q, ith ll iti.; lltlor(lrlilty
fo Vouu;fle, a andi the Massage of the McGill. -- Present dlay methods of
Rcerill, which incea sedthe sal- university education axe sadly in need
ar V (of mo1m11ill thle sc;,1i-e.ena d doff :o01 revision1, Ira. F). Mackay, acting
aw'A i I "te nt 1 rnceeofi plitic- dean of the faculty of McGill umiver-
kan. ill Vth l lelllrtmer . stiy told an audience Tuesday after-
----- noon in the Royal Victoria collegeE
('zi nI. -Cornell unitrvisitys Col- ;}lie claims the mlodern school substi-{ GRI
to<0 of A r';anld Sciences recent ly in- tutes ready-made lectures for the
s tt ^t " a ;sY-ternl whereby in formal :g .Knd of priva te st udy which the stu-'
slmiy m r liecar rijed on under thle, dent in former years had to undergo.
At Ocix ision of <a arofess;or at times' a ad herefore the studen~t loses the:
s elect ed by the stuldent. if certain re- advantage he otherwise would acquiro p
(;uItrelll 011-ri t ' 1)0011 we.f-ifillel. A from conscious effort.
student 'kho( has (Glut) l ecd at least t
G(O hours of work, in 20 of which he Colorado.-Fraternity houses at the Aft
l105TnI received(1girades of A or B, may Universi ties of Colorado. Utah, an(1
ulolrl alto (with permission) three l Wyoming have so frequently been ;
hours a term of lie informal study brMolen into and roibbed tha-t author- Orders
duintg his junior year wyhich may be it ies suspect the work is being (loneE
extended to as many' as six hours a ;hb an organized' gang of robb1ers wh~o1 205 Sot
f-., -.,, ; , t ;< ..,,?. ," > . ,. -- . __ _. ,. - -::,., . .. ..,a ,,.

Z you. intend to work du.ring the ::ummer
months, it will ply you to investigate ouir prop-
otition AT ONCE. This work is of a religiis,
Satd, educational nature ;or which you arc tspe-
cially fitted, Students employed by .13:^eed
hav'e no further worries corlcerniin, tinanr:es
for the next college year. Our guarantee °s-
Scsures you of a minimum of $;300.00 with
"opportunity, of earning several timnes this
amount. Many of our student representatives.
earned from $500.00 to $x000.oo last, summer.'
No capital or experience necessary. Write
today for full particulars and organization
Eplan.
Universal Poi k and Bible House
College Department
zoto Arch Street Philadejphia, Pa.

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OIZSAL -Fod cni 3, 92, n <_ 1 give PIER1SONAL SE~RVICE, and
1O-rAE-or ope I22 nOX- specialize in expert *permT~anent waY-;
(ellent cond~ition. C al 8051 -It..
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li'OU tSALE--Gre' oI ttned rr<ulio fio- i MRS. S'TDDARD
quency amplifier and 1001). (,opsi; 707 N. University. Phone 2652j
$72, sell $25. Call 2648..y

?JEN TREE INN

Luncheon, 12-1 :30
Dinner, 5 :30-7:00
3cial Afternoon Tea Menu
3:00-5:00
tirnoon and Evening Parties,

withI only $500.00 down, or N fl larke
goodl lot, as first paaymeont. ('all

P'ermanent Waving and Mvarclling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.

2439.; Three expert mnarcellers. Shingle
trims. Soft water used at all times.k
Sy {FOR RE+:NT ( j}IYrA 'I A ITUTY SIJOLTE
FOR 1 IFN--Vryattractive single _(Aove___ ______ ____
room with lavaltory. :'15 Pi~iacarWOiV!iAN ST1I)E)NT1 who can dirive a
St., 1 'ioie 2124-R.; Ford or mana and wife to exchange
],Ol) t i - tru . c (5gr 4 til)us isome services for room andl board.
o'at side. 1321 Wilmuot. Phlonie 718 i.
210____________________________ WANT1E)-Two students to sell a
y, FOR :I1hNT -- Two well 0eq1uippold, com- fline 0of5sta pl's. Box 74.
.,t lc ely tarnished rooms fr tur d eats.r

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Jlust 25 years ago a 17-year-old boy,

Taken for Cakes and Candies
>uth State St. 1 306-R

All new vfurnishin«;s in newly
oiateol, w a 511, imodlen honie,
idt $4.00 eilmli. :104 South
A-ve. Phone 8597i-..

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$2.50
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TR'lY OURiIIlot Tioasted g aildwichles.
They0 are delicious. Arbor Fon- .
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Olur moderate prices mrakce it possible
for all to have IE I I I i,
(111 ItwiNFLO E,1.17)
ANN ARBl.OR +lORtATCO.
22. . Liberty. Pho lne 110 1
TRY 'OUR.New Wa.3y Toastedl ,and-_
wiiCICs. Best you ever ate. Arbor,
Fountain
At the little Educator shop in the
Vu1c1th Arcade you can save $1.50 per
pair of the Eastern Boston mailde shoe
$10(.00 elsewhere, $4.50 in his shop
See his s510001 h tan leat hers for Spring
before you buy. 'You are a, frienld of

TY I1 'IOWI rj fINC & M IMIEOG RAPIJING
pr'ompltl y and neatly lone by experi-
(encedloplerat ors at.:lmoderate rates.
17 Nickels' Arcade
Est ablishedi 1908. Phone 1718.
UJSED) CARS
ISLI ('AR BARGAINS!
FNord I 11101'sedan f.........1924
C hevriolet(coupe......... 1923
C'hievrolet coupe)0.......... 1922
Chevr-olet touingtl........1923
('bev rolet. touring .......1924
'I'lese are selected from t he best
,ised c'ars o0 thle mnA rket of Ann Arbor
OpportunI itiy knocks at your (1001.
E. k. (1. ChEV4'ROLET SALES
192 Ashley St.
ONE1',1919 OAKLAND) SED)AN-Good
up~holstering, good engine, good
mitleage.--$125.
1920) :\ARMON Sport roadster; five
wire wheels, I)uco finish; especially
priced at $ )S --this week only.
1922 OL 1)MM(BILE-New top, new
curtain~s, new paint job).Priceo and
termsl1 to )suit your. pocketbook.
II' t ; ) 1 MA IhES m 01(SERiVI('E
:101 1.\\ sinto Pone 3902-M..

trunity in Amet lea. The other cay P(he_____________-- ________
took up his new 'dultiesasvrprs ZIuiAn Drna INrhetn-naectcnas
ident of the Bank of the iict 7 l~r M scA dD a a IoNrhetr.Itrcn avs
States, New York, a $68',tOO(,pttt in- ('ont inued fromn Page F+our) ofteNrhsenuivstycm
stituion.pus, it was found that the students
_______________________ae opposed to the closing of movies
-- the followinag programn was preottStnay.
BASKETBA ,LLSQUAD W '4'iRKING sttet: ________in__-_,__Major____________
TOW11IARBD 11EM Al NiG (tS(' 11 E DU e,- ('] d. "..........Etd"i 1Mjtlllllltiil111h114t~fE111=/
(Continueld frio age Six) Elizabeth 'Davies-DL
thome h eryfo h a~et i TindunWinds.- e Inn
forme liep istc I 'er rml~. .........Tad id weakeoned theo \'olv't'iiiit' a t in .........W ayfarers Night Song- ServesaMeatHOT'_
dfcneconsidecrably, and I laggett'-Sthniiial111.......II( Two (renaodiet s fref'shness"
fineshotin wa no. enughto olo rSandwiches
with the fast scoring victors. TilOtoeoc
score might have beenl closer had,(1 lwe \Villian Premune, Accompanist Made From
rest~~~~~ (I h eanhl hi ht t P........ .......Siciliano
thle basket toa the saimie extenti. Sa1i 4.....Hungarian Dance The Freshest, .
Coach tber i tis nor.t I lkin fli;te'. t 111(10 Pi'edrich- piy am._ e
game( wVith ('hicago Salurlay a 1gm 11 (Helen I labaiik, Accompanist Siyqas
light ly. Realizing 111a1 the hVfidwtaly Pala deiho.......... . ...Psyche We Use Crisp_
five will be out afterII'thlier'ectn iii jXviiM nt teidi .... ....Liciatem Mi~orire ndAdtii eaoSii ~ehsl
oIf the seas5on ovter his 1team, 1the V i -nearlaitii......Alaquisto le glo ia - Rioln aI
sity mientor is wasa tigno t imle prc- a rre Hll]RlshA o
1paring the Michligant I am for tte toin- I (est er Whit ehead, Accompanist Wt steas yrLI
test. (Cberry will be back in barnoss Ch.lol.......octunet. 01. 62, No. 1- Apeing. best.
for the contest unless his ifljutll 1he l Wailtz, op 4, No. 2Z-Tase.
taks s.1ltenItinfo te oreIi( ire-MAiir......Apres tin Reve _ Sop in and Get one
cortding, to Trainer Fallon. Baii..........nemz'
Washington, March 4. --The Metro- Lois Iaier i
polit ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~n anPle oc XV51i~' l mCrabe Aneslmos fl LI
dot~ail feloili ' force of ., an ~<?ti Ilg . . 1.........1CM tuii'g recIll~7 1 5N. UNIVERSITY
c ~ r n e t . . . . . . D r N u i r g o b e o h s x r r s f h n l n ; _ Te' h ceth e c r o w d s i e i b a t t e n d e d d ih a g -lD i e P o s t
uration here today. -Rlobe(rt lDi(terle - =Ph~n 21' S-WStores Located at
______Otto(1Stahl .Accompanist 11(I !4-
Wi's 1w, --- Thur1uhItWTheIiII'tlllhiI>1IIIIcl DETROIT - CLEVE AND - ANN ARBOR
ate yest (rdiy ratifidIthe Amrican Don't delay-Pay your Subscription ._______________________
loan bill. today. ea he W n d

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Pay's whether you btuy or not.
Bill a visit.

Pay

NEW POIIIHE'.T MODELS
in the
Als,(; a full line of sizes in
MrA D.ti off(;X BIASSIEIES
and(
3IDAHE X IUN1)EllVESTiS
T~l QUlIT 5111
:1(13 s uth Main Str'eet;

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1TE LAN()511(11' -- NI(IifOLS' AAil .1)1W
Ii iOUIIcOs retceip~t (ot lcwL'slsprinig
1mode1s in drcsses, bonnet.,1, hats.j
S t'ater s for jutnior girls. Al so ad- 4
vise we will 1)e equiplped Awithl
SA STEIr R'()YS FOI? l'TIF iii )1)1 ES
Pay the ititle s1h(op a visit whlilet' the
collectionl is complete.
MI LL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
er, lthirty years exp~erience. Man -
dohin, °gtuitar, - lbanjo, and -chord,
con struiction Telephone 179 1-M.
Comtpacts, watches and picture
Irames of time most exquisite jewelryl
selections. '11.hc e'arcs especially
pri(cetd for the spring season.
State Str'eet 'Jeweler
F"reshl every Fiday. Tice's, 119 1a".
Liberty.
LOST---Lorge cloth (cove'red note
boo0k. Findter caill 1144-J- and ire..
ceive reward.
LO)ST---M1onlay m~orninig aboutt eight
o'clock, black leather notebook Be-
twe FOl ilet cher IHall -1i1d thle tin iofl.
C'ill 16618, Caruuiehael.
1'sf1--- Parker Duofold pen with name
L~. 1).Wesley on ideoI. FliiCI' l)lea15(1
ret urn to 503 Monroe or p~hione
3507-M.-
, TYPE WRITERS
T'YPEOWRITER~

FOUNTAIN PEN INK
A vicioutts int inay work for' ashort
t 0m1. It clo th111* (elicate mechan-'
is)) of thlie len andi cannot be reniov-
od by ordinary means. It is chemi-
rally ant agonist ic to a good ink, which'
will wo-k and r('nde'rs tte ink color-
('onslilt Rider's Pen Shop, where
yoiu will alwvays find a fresh supply
of the best Glovernment standlardl
writing fluid, It is the only satisfac-
Cory ink for the fountain pen.-
111ItS P EN SHOP
'en and :Ink Specialists

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-... I M -UNTAIN .'fI'I0NSi'
'l'ICL yotur friends what a wonderful
p1(11 your MaIsterpeni is. You have
been doing it. 'Thank you.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St.
"IF0IN TI'AI N 'IN SERVI('E
SAV[0j~ that long wait while having
your' pen sent away for repairs.
We relpair it the same day it is brou-
glint inn andl insure that it will be ad-
junstetd to your hand when you call
for it.
BH)IER'S PE-N SHOP
302 State Street

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SAMPLES
Per'manently on D~isplay at
Guy Woolfolk & Co.
33:6 Swith ste street
Ami Arbor, i~chi.
7 asis and Patterns exclusive y or o ,idsSn

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WHITEHOUSE, & HARDY'
I NCOR PORATtJ)
"BP.OADWAY AT 4O0"' STREET 144 WEST 42ND STREET
"METROPOLITAN OPEI HIOUSE BLDG. KNICKERBOCKER BUILDING
84 B31CADWAY-AT WALL STREET

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"CHEER UP"
We give you quick service,
and high class work. If it
can be cleaned, dyed or
pressed, we do it.
109 W. L iberty Phone 644

New and second hantl Corona, Ilern-j
jigto and i Undl~l~erwoIod II(ttables. L.
C'. Siitl1, l.T1iiel.wood~, Royal, Rleining;-
I on used(1011(1factorWy rebln iaciilts.
Save $40.00o or more by buying from
its. Easy 1t('rms5it desit d. Renting
antd replair-ing a splecialty.-
0. f7,.l4TtItith.II1 -
17 Nickels' Alrcade
TTrx.fp\r1it (i'& Stat ionler'yStore

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s 'peasing, refreshing
,d tonic keeps the hair
bed all day. GLO-COU is
a mineral oil or grease,
drug counters and barber shops everywhere.
wz~~smfq fl ? SrComb)

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Memory Tonic
It is surprising how the ever-red
iesof Eversharp prompts the*
jotting down of passing thoughts,
and facts-and how quickly the,
habit of " writing it down" improves
the a~bility for accurate remembrance.
Six new features make Eversharp
a finer writing instrument than
before--non-clogging rifled tip,
quick reloading, complete inter-
changeability of parts, are the most
important.
Put a new Eversharp in your
pocket. And for complete prepared-
ness, match it with a Wahl Pen.
Prices $1 to $45, at all dealers. ,
Made in the U. S. A. by
THE WAHL COMPANY, Chicago-
Carnsdiani Factory, THE WAHL COMPANY. Ltd..,Toronto
Manufadturers of the .Wahl Eversharp and the WAh4
All-Metal Fountain Pen

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Open evenings,. 111,01101718 ..qlJI IIIIt1E1ti1Dil g111hI 1111iF~I~1
PHONE 86- xeiental -
For Typewriter Repairing -
(All makes) EW\ork of-
Dealer inl Woodstock typewriters .
Sundstranid and Portable Adding f- AllNi nct
machintes. IE GRINDING -
Ann Arbor Typewriter E~xchangeN
_______________- Microtome Knives r
WA ' N kl)-Ground-

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