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Ff1 XV, AR'Ci G, .1927,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TIAGE Si"N r:NT

THE. MICHIAN.DAILY.A.E .T...

n A S I F E C UMTO SHOW WILL
A3PM. ADVERTISINGCLSS PEWEESA

Who Will Succeed
President EBert?

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EDDY' LAUDS KIEV
KITCHEN SUOPPORHT

Paris. Mar. 5.-,nhe air ministry loniOlulu. lMar. 5 .--(By A.P.)--The
is giving 1.{100,000 francs in prizes to. Japanese trainin" g rsqadron, which
manufacturers of airplanes and air- has been on a Crutise of t he Pac'ific,
pilanie engines w iliii 1(Id world rec- left yesterday for hle Caroline is-
crd1s. Ia iids.

il. IWIS xTll t'('p l0-js ?i lvertisi gIs for your benefit, and you
art' rged, to take }vangeof these eoluininls. *immiie 11.ll1he glad to
'r help Yogi fijid your lest aricliles, to help you sell or buy lbrui this med(Ilm.
(aIll at lthe Press building where yon will be ,ivenimminrediaile and efficient

Plevaro .111.1 l oi ier-cutl elti('le's
All Types to he lhsplnyed at
Yost Field llofise'

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FOR ~SALE
,.,.FOR SALE--violin, $25.00, call 2744-W 1
FOR SALE'-Ford coupe, 1922,iex
? cellent ;condition.. Call 3051-R.
FOR SALE-Grebe tuned radio fre-
quency amplifier and loop. Cost
* $72, sell $25. Call 2643-J.,
FOR RENTI
F OR RENT-Very attractive single
room with lavatory. 315 Packard
St., Phone 2124-R1.
FOR RENT-Garage. Call 2<878.
FOR RENT-Two well equlippedl, Connl-
pletely furnishedI rooms for students.
All new furnishings in newly de -
oratedl, warm, modlern home, $3.50
and $1.00 each. 3041South 5th
Ave. Phone 3507-J.

WANT'1.1
IRE+FINED) MIDDLE aged Anr Arbor
lady desires laidy companion to tour
England, Holland, °France, etc. this
June and July. Entire expenses
less than $500. Write box 67,
Michigan Daily, for interview.
1WANTEI)-Students to see our type-'
writer bargains. Good machines for
sale or rent. S A. Moran, 711 N.
University Ave., Room 2.
WANTED-B3y experienced cook, posi-
tion' in Sorority or Fraternity house.
Phone 287'-AL
WANTED-Representative for Nor-
' nandie Full Fashioned Pure Silk
Ilosiery. Lib~eral commission. No
collect ion or deliveries. Sold at less
than retail stores. Write C. A. Pet-
ter Co., Inc., Gloversville, N. Y.
BEAUTY SHIOlPES
Bi,(' FBl I) 1A hR SHlOP~
:; NICKEL'S ARCAI ---3168

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2435.

-An excellent ten room'"
piaved str'eet for only
busy' terms, or a mlort-
good contract will he ac-
a first Payment. CallI-

('OM TL'ET1E LAW 1LIBR1ARYI.-Ill1inois
Supremie andl appellat~e reports, also)
Sts ndlard rText Bllols. Fist fur-
ii ted on requeast. AddrPess, i'I r's.

I give P~ERSONAL SERVICE, and
i specialize in expert permanent wav-
- MRS. STODD ARD
707 N. University. Phone 2652

PROCEEDS GO TO BqAND
M iore than on'e' hundred passenger
cars ranging in orrice from $283 hc
$6,000 will lie on display at the auito-
rmobile show which will be held un-
(1del the auspices of the Ann Arbor Au-
tomobile Dealers' association _Marcl:
11 to 14 at the Yost Field house.
'Besides these, a, large number of
trucks, busses, ambulances, tractors.
and1 other motorizedl and commercial
vehicles will he sljown. It is expect.
ed that 3i manufactufrers and dealers
of automobile accessories and various
types of far equipmepit will be repro-
-sented,.
All the proceeds from the sale of
tickets will go diirectly to the sup-
p)ort of the University bandl, while the
zmembers of the association will pay
the costs of decorating and putting
on the show.
}The University band will give
daily concerts at the show while var-
ious athletic stunts will 1)0 put on by
the University wrestling, boxing, and
taumbling teams. It has also been an-
nouncedl that one of the ladies' or-
ganizations of AXnn Arbor will operate
a lunch room.
The show will openf at noon Wedl-
niesdlay, March 11, but on the subse-
quent dlays it will begin at 10 o'-
clock in the morning. It will contin-
uo every night until 10:30 o'clock.
It has been announced that no dis-
plays will be allowed to lhe withdrawn
before the final cl~ing hour.
Graduate School
Gains In Numbers
With. more than 100 additional stu-
dents registering at the start, of the
secondl semester, the enrollment of
the Graduate school has passed 700,
indicating the increa sing popularity
of this dIepartment.
During the past, the average sumn-
mer' attendance has been 600, there
being- but little fluctuation in the size
of the school (luring the wvintler and
summer terms.
New Union Band
To Play Tonight
At, the regular Fr'iday andl Saturday
night (lances at the Union this week,,
the new orchestra. hired recently to
play at all Union dances wvill make
its: first appearance. The new orches-
tra is under the direct ion of Charles
Wolcott, '27, and~ is comiuosed 01' a
of a. number of members fronm the
former organization.

Speaker 'fells of Aid Rlendered WithI
Funds lDonated By Michigan l'l ..
~tideutts C J S 1 lOt tl
C O D T O S I PO1 i gets t r f orn i v e i t y o f M i c h i g a n s t u dl e n t s
s~hould be congratulated for maintain- ! toin- ?1Ia1l.}7 i
ing the great student kitchen at Kiev,-
said Sherwood Eddy, internationally'
know stdentworer ad witer inWe pr'ide ourselves on the refined surroundings ad
ualdrs ensdyngti a good home-like food we serve to our patrons. It is agains
ialscience auditorium. r.Eddy, orpolicytoscicehe ig san rd foumalfr
made this statement regardhing .the ~orL arfc h ihsadr formaso
kitchen, which was established and cheapness in price. The best is. always the cheapest.
operatedl last year by money raised on
the campus here, at the close of his All our bread is home-made. You will relish our hot\
discussion ot recent Eur'opean social ? southern biscuits and home-made rolls. Out toasted= sand-
andl political condlitions, par'ticuilarly ~wc scntb etn
"The Russian student who retains X
somne liberty of thought is bieing froz-f Luncheon, 11 :30-2 :00
en out of the universities; he cannot 50c and 60c
work his way through," Mr. Eddy stat-
edl. He reported cases where the
small amount of $2 would enable a' Dinner, 6 :00-7 :00
student to live and continue his edu-
c'ation. In Prague, he found that one! $1.00
'student per'sistently arrived early for l'
the student meals; the explanation
was that two students were using the
roommore632 Forest
than two mild d(istant; while the otherI'
ate.
Qan a trip aroundl the continent last -
year', the speaker riotedl an evidlence!
of r'ecover'y from post-war' desolation.
In Russia, the poorest of all Euro-
pean nations, Mr. Eddy declared that
the Red terror rand fanifine 1had nss T"I

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W. E. Lewis, AdnilnNitratrix, \V tt-'
sclw, Illinois. Permanent Waving and Marvelling
i MA.CK AND CO.
NO'TICE 3rd Floor Main St.
Card tabes-h~igh ghadle substantial 'Three expert marceller§. Shingle
mahlogany flnish---green leatherette trims. Soft water used at all times.
toy-x2.85.IWMAt'ITUA BFAUTY SIOPPE
tiridge lamps, wrongiit iron, couv J (Above Cushing's)'
plate with dthcorated shade--- $3.-5. ---- __
XIf~ I & I E NNhE WANTED-Two students to sell a

t 1 Ili 1 111 t l ~ , -
0(1, although conditions wer'e far from
normal. Even in England, the rich-
est of all European countries, he!
found 1,000,000 men out of work.
"Russia has lost 10,000,000 menM
through the war, two revolutions, andl
famine,", he said. "There is still
abysmal ploverty, and men in the gov-
erninent cabinet subsist on $2 a day. I
SThe aver'age wage for labor in Moscow
andl Leningrad, the two gr'eat cities,f
C'hancellor Thins [timther (aljove), ,u11(I is 2; cents a (lay."
Willitln Marx The Russian situation provedl quite1
More Polit ical warfare is an immed- different from his expectations on his.

Increasing the
Value of Telephone
Service*

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300 S. Main.

Phonle 540

TR-Y OUR Hot Toasted San dwiches.
They are delicious.. Arbor Foun-
tain.

.Our moderate prices make it p~ossible I
for all to have FRESH iHOMEi
GROWN' FLOWE~RS.a
ANN ARBOR VLORAL CO. -I
!I2i E. Liberty. Phone 16301
TRY OUR New Way Toasted. Sand- 1
wiches. Best you ever ate. Arbor
Fountain
At thl~ittle 1Edtucaipr slop binlike
Witerth Arcade you can sa ve $1.50 pe01'
pair of the Eastern B.oston wnadi'slho
$16.00 elsewhere, $8.50 in his shop
See his smooth tan leat her's for' spring !
before you buy. - You are a friend oif
Ray's whether you buy or not. Pay
him a vist.

line(of staples. Box 74.
TYP~EWRITING~
TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
proi'omptly and neatly (lone by' experi-
enceol operators at moderate rates.
17 Nickels' Arcade
Established 1908. Phone 1718.
UJSED CAR BARGAINS!
- odtudor sedan1......1924
( {Tevrolet cupe........1923
Chevrolet-coupe ........1.922
Chevrolet, touring .......192 3
Chevrolet touring.......1924
These ar'e selected from the best
cased cars on the market of Ann Arbor'
Opportunity knocks at your door.
I{. &. (. CHEVROLET SALES
192 Ashley St.
TlAILO)RS

l a te plrospect, in Germany, as a Stuc-
cessor to, the late President Ebei't
mu11st lie ('lected without delay, the
prlesent l C rl Sfll'lublica 21 ('onstitu-.
! Pion na my-no 'u ovi sion for' a. vice-'
prie Aient.. Ciianeel lor H11an s Luther,
,ioctiny priesidenit, is looked upon as
te pi'ihlhI 110canidateC o)1'the "riight,'';
wivoile W\ilhelnm M.\I who Vl~ recently re-
signed as prmierni( of Prussia, is ex-
petcted to)Ie he ieflt '' (and(idate.
*Be'rlin, Man. 5.-Thle Cabinet has de-
('reed1four weekts of n mourning for
Im le-dn-t PE'Jwrt

last trip there, Mr. Eddy stated, and
he found a "far greater observance
of the "law, less bootlegging, and less
violence" in that country than in his
home town of New York.
The thr'ee great evils he found 'fac-
ing the Russian people were class
dictatorship, denial of liberty to thec
press5 and of ability to oppose the gov-
ernment, and the dominence of the
principles of the Communist party,
which is in control.
Read the Wvant .Ads'

The Michigan Bell Telephone Q~om,
pany always is building-always ex
panadin g its service in order tO
efficiently serve the growing needs
of Michigan.

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OFFICIIAL BULLETIN

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Complacts, w'-fe s and ietxtire
framles of the m ost exquisite jewelry
seleotions. Thce. arn, esp'cially
priced for the spring season.
A ItN ()Ili
State Street :t = eler
MARITHA WAS INI'ON (CANI)Y
Fresh every Friday. 'r ice's, 119 E".
Liberty.
Rugs shampooed or dust cleaned.'
Ann Arbor Carpet Cle~ming Works.
P'hione 501.

A TAILORh-MAD)E Su"'
Yill sati~fy your taste, and-
you b'st.
WILD) THE TALOR01
113 South Main St,

Topeka, Kans., M1an. 5.--The Kan-
sas Senate approvedl itn(commfittee,
yesterday albill ext ending t he' spieed
limit to 60 miles an hour in thefeat'
west prair ie counties.
Read the WVVant Ads

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Publicat ion in the Etilletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received b the- Assistant to the P-evident until k
3:30 p. ni. (11:30 a. m. Saturday+
'(31lume l FRID)AY, IMARCHI6, 1925 N it >~t1er 11;i5
-No~tq betorail Meitlwers oithe Vtniver'sity:
:ra il addr1essed as follows: "care of the Univer'sity" has been delilre-re'd
to idhe office of the Secretary, Room 3, Univer'sity H-all. It will be, held until
March 11, and should he called for at once, giving late of* this putblication'
i. e. ;alt~lnEl i. This list will not be reprinted.
Lee Albert Agniem Lotus Johnson
Jiohni A. Alien
Clarence Archamtbeau George F. Keiper. Jr.

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tre Works On .S, Economics
Dislaved At Clements' Librarv j

Last year the Mchigan Bell Tel&'
phone Company's expansion was
one of the greatest in Michigan's
telephone history--and that program
is being continued.
108,984 miles of new telephone wires
were installed during 923; 98, 501 miles
to give additional local service; 10,483
miles of toll and long distance wires.
1,110,369 mailes of wine now connect
the telephones of this Company's
subscribers.
96, 805 new telephones were connected>
with the switchboards of this Company,
for a net gain of 36,117, during I923;
49,686 were added through the purchase
of another company, both factors greatly
increasing the value of the service to
every telephone user in Michigan.
More than 437,000 telephones are served,
by this Company over its own switch-
boards; its connecting companies in
M cigan serve 112,O49more; 14,000,-
000 others can be reached elsewhere in
the country. $10,320,380 represents the
total increase of telephone plant made
by this Company in Michigan last year.
And an organization of 10,279 loyal
telephone workers now serves Mch-
igan. It is their unanimous desire to
g ive the people of our state the
hihest possible grade of telephone
service.

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offers Rare hooks and1 manuscripts illus- were all addressed to Lord D~art-
A K1N(~ (4ti'~I1 'Il ?.3 t1'ating the economic history of Amter-, mouth, then colonial secr'etary, but
We cayry a complete line of ica in the eighteenth century are on I ar'e not found calendar'ed among theI
P'OPULARI MUSIC AT '.343 AXSl) .0 exhibition this week in Clements' Dartmouth Papers. There is includ-}
____________________________-library. The works included in the ed a table showing the goodls, both
FOU-ND display are recognized as of first im- kind and quantity, imported into) the
___________________________________portance to an understanding of the !port of Philadelphia from Gr'eat Bri-
Found-Fountain 1)0e1 on camnpus, period precedling the Amer'ican Revo- tain in the years 1769-1773.
Wednesday morning. Livingston, lotion. A portion of the "Political Papers"
1390-M. Richar'd Price and Josiah. Tucker, of Lord Shelburne are also shown.
authors of the printed books of the______________
TYPEWRITERS display, commanded a wide audience
___________________________in their (lay. Pr'ice was an eighteenth ( MuiSc And Drama j
TYPFWRITER1 century Liberal, who corres pond'olI ___1
IIEADITART1ERS( with Benjamin Franklin and David (Cniuo imPg or
New and second hand Corona, Rem- Ilumne, and dlid not hesi Late to express of the East, will resume his series of
ington and Underwood portabiles. L.. his sympathy with the Americans ini organ recitals this afternoon in Hill
C. Smith, Underwood, 'Royal, Renting- the struggle for independence,.uioima :5 'lc.Tefl
ton used and factory rebuilt machines. I His "Observations" expressed hris
Save $40.00 or more by buying froinm opposition to) the policies of Lord lowing program will be oftfered :
its. Easy terms if desired. Renting Noi'th and the popularity of his paml-Fatsand ugeiC
phlets in England indicate that he was minor .................... Bach
and repiinga RpeILy not alone in his opinions on this sub- Air in D ...................... Bach
17 Nickels' Arcade Ijet. Tucker, clubbedl "The Dean of Minuet .................. Bocchet'ini
The Typewriter &z Stationery StoreI Gloucester'," argued that a shop-keep- Grand Choeur (Tempo (Ii Min-
Open evenings. Phone 17158I! mo nation like England would not uetto..........Cuilmantj
itnm~ve its tr'ade bY che~ting its Ncumnii isItenih'
PhOE 86 oustmer. I Dream)............ Mendelssohn
For Typewriter Repairing The manuscripts were selected to pIngSn.........oln
(All makes) further illustrate the economic his- AvepariaSng... .. .. .. . . . . .Hollns
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters, { tory of the period in which Price and
I Allegro (Symphony 6).....Widor
Sundstra md and Portable Adding jXtuicker' wrmote. One group, the Str'a-1
machines. y chey Paper's, ar'e on exhibition for 1 I kw a.5-B ..-V
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange 1 the first time. Trhey wer'e secured for . akw a.5-(yAP) i
the ibrry astyear anl cme hi' Pei-Fu, for'mer military head of the
ka desocendant of Sir' Henr'y Stracheyj central Chinese government, has sail- -
1 of Sutton Cour't, Somerset, who was,1 ed from Ilwangchow, H-upelb provin('e,
R.ead. the XW ant Ads in177J, sec'retary of the CommissionI for. Yochow, H~unan province.
1 I fr Resoring' Peace with America.
Thlese papers, most of which have War'saw, Mlar. 5--S lSenate rati-
nteer been publishedl in any for'm, fled the Amer'ican loan bill today.

JIoll11. Rlikor
:Hlarold A. llallom
Le'slie Barkoer
It. ALi iParker
F". E. lBartchl
INewxell Beb~out
D~avid L. Beers
D)avis Lynn Beers
R1. S. Pegg
R~ W. Benkley
I-Ilnrry Bentley
j . 'W. 1issehl
Clarenoce D. Dowser
t AValter E. Br'acher
.john P. Brtady
Will. II. Btromine, Jlr.
,Bob Brown
1 ,]i ei-son I uckwa lter
C. Fr-ancis Byeors
Rafael Cabezas
Arthur R. Carr
Frank" S. ('arson
Ciro A. Costa.
Cecil C. Craig
Lee Culver. Mrs.
,I Edwvin Davis
Richard I-I. Davis
Frank Deans
Ruth TDeemer
Margaret. C. Dixon
Gieor'ge A. Douglas
George Winl. 1)0 x e
IC~than F. EdlotT
Hloward Ibwd-,d

R1. Kimpton
Donald HB.King
R alph S. King
J. E. Kirkpatrick (4)
Frederic Klaeber
Mar'ia Lansar
Leona L-aumrence
Thonmas Lavery
Chas. W. Lewis
Marian Lipson
.Johin Liske
Laurice L. Lockr'ow
Chas. D. Loomis
.John :U. Aalnight
Mr. & Mrs. lM. Mann
Arthur Markel
Edwvard J. Martin
Edward Mason
John J. Mauriel
F. B. McAlvey
Elizabeth McDowell
1V11. J. McGill
Andrew L. Miller
S y Virgil T. Moore
Kenneth 0. Myrick

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Gustavo E'. Padilla (2)
Elizabeth Pamrrott
Ral Cole 'T'ellett
Fodward E. Pettibone
Phii Alpha Gammia
Lawrence Pierce
Ruben Portnoff'
Lester A. Pridgeon
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