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TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1925 THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

DAILY

COLUMN 3M IECOLUMt$
LASIFES
AT 3 fitN0. ADVERTI SING AT 3 P11%.
Id EA DF SAT I'Tiff-ThIis a tlerflisiiig is for your benefit, and you
WT re"' Ing(1l tal e"141,1niage of these coliiins. Jimiiie wvill be glad to
hwip 3,oI1 ifidyour lost a iiles, to IielpJ you se11or buy thru this nmediumi.
Caf] at Ihi, Press building where you wvill be given immiediate and effiicint

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!IFI III-A.\ tUACKj SQI-AI) I shttput, Nelson ( I). Spp1) Lck
BREAS EEN I AIUT~Mernli) dKetlncyc } l). E lleis (1), hae
-IEAMaEVtsN ' Ser() 1 ace i2fee;tli }.jun;)thae
ei1vs In P3i~c (Continued from Page Six) heigt S feel 91, tl~i:oi vu.,o tI
lo )n~s((), ('111.21(Y), and lCooper (M)II) AlcClc!" t;) ('JltLockei ( a 'Id A -iI
; tied, time 5 1-10; 60t yard low hurdles, len (I) ticd, ici, lit 10 fe ni . po
SCuhiel (I), Greenman (I), Cooper (MV) ,

11c1orators, in Angell hailI lobbly
e Airte(i work on the ceiling over
corr'ior, andl on the approaches
he stai-wevlls. _Except for minor
lugtouches, work in the lobby
le is now compllete.

! Tack Kelley, '24L, p~residenlt of the vi acd icing in 'Toledo, Ohi0o. The y retiml-e 7 3-10; 440 yards; Cuhel (I),
Stent council la st year, has sue- 4{Th;y N'. laxR y. i hon j::"If.I.Ryn Valentine (M) , Kennedy {), timre
cessfully massed the Montana ta1te Th~eroii S. SliT<. 8c;7 \\. Txavis. and 515-10; 8<;0),yards, Bergstrom (I)
bar examination, and has lbeen ad- IIa: 1y t \b. Schbmeling (Ml), Carson (Ml), time
witted to uractice. HeI is with the -1: 59 7-10; mxile, Bergstrom (I):.1nn
legal dleartcnt of the Anaconda 1aavv .Pney cL.L.I ~ ~Speers (1), time 4:26; two mile,
Copper Mining company. 111nn11{(}),Sp~ears (1), Thoits (M),
is hed of hoWin) 1 wiliiit<('(1With 1t1C 11 aK post and Wells (1T) tiedl, time 9 :47 7-10;
Frank Tompkins, '7 shedofteg'radlual e laxW c .s :in ISI90, has ,re- mile relay. Iow~a, Lti~ ':31 8-10;
department of English at the Detroit (cGently hleli (clec t (1 Klte senatior from iibr'oadl jumpl).West (M) , Gilbert (M),
Cty college, where Ethel W inifred aziluwcen '.I e lit time. Arndt (M'),(distanice 20 feet 12 inches;

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I 'ATJLONJZE DAILY DA'I)YETISER4S

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AYE YOU SUBSCRiBED YET~

FOR SAL1E
F{Olt SALE--Six room house within
Walking distancoe of c'amipus 0or (o\VII
towl i. $6,0 00 ; $500 -is a first Ipay-
ment is suflicient. Call 24.1:3
FOR SALE-Four-door Forid Sedan.
Spare tire, Gabriel snubbers, wind(-
sliield wiper, speedometer.. spot
{light. Call 1273-Ri.
FOR REN4T
FO'R 'RENT-Very attractive single
room with lavatory. 315 Packard
St., Phone 2124-R.-
NOTI CE
CORSET-IIASS I E
is the
NI.WEST I'GARMENT
t a :,all-in-ne
Priced, $1.00 to $15.00
THlE QUALITY SJj9OP

iA)S T- Laddies, silk' scarf at Union,
Frdynight. Tomato shade with
tan flowers and fringed endIs. Re-
wvard. Call 403-R1.
LOST-An Alpha Xi D~elt a Sorority
pini. Name of owner on back. Find-
er please call 1387.
1:0lOST-Pair of glasses in b.lack case.
Call 1029-J.'

Chase, '03, is olean, of women.
lWilliam II. Hart, '97I,, has just clos-
eda successful y'ear as presCidlenit o
the Ohio State Bar association. D)ur-
ing his term, the mlembership w os, il-
creased 25 nercent. !
IRoy iH. 11%ilia 11s, 971,, Irias been
electedl judge of thbe court of apljeal;-,
at Sanduskiy, Ohio. He has previously 1
served as prosecuting attorney for
Erie county, and judlge of the court of
common pleas.
Five dentists of the class of 191 1 arc
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LT,0 --Gold Conklin fountain
Cal.l iligs Ryan, 2570.

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12 ST---adesgeld wrist watch, Ma-
jestic theater or vicinity. Reward.
9OlUast Washington, 2129-W.
LO()ST-Lamge cloth covered notebook
containing Dental notes. Reward.
Phone "Fhompson, 922-R1.

Perminently on Display at
Guy Wooliolk & Co.
V,36 ) SouiibiiState Street
Lafs and Patterns exclusive owr own design

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TYPEWRITERMS

T'Y PEWRITER

IAll men of the senior literary
class should rep~ort to Moe's as
Isoon as )ossible to he measuredl
for caps and gowns. They will
cost $7.50, with a rebate of $3.00
Iwhen turned in.

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M1 ;L GILLE SPIE, Soloist and teach- New and second hand Corona, Rem-
ington and Underwood ,portables. L.
e, thirty years experience. Mlan- C. Smith, Underwood, Royal, Reining-
dolin, guitar, banjo, and chordJ ton used and factory rebuilt machines.
1791-M Save $40.00 or more by buying from
TR'Y OUR Hot Toasted Sandwiches. u1s. Easy terms if desired. Reuting
They are delicious. Arbor Foun- adrpiigaseily

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3Our moderate prices make it possible
for all to have FRESH HOME
GROWNS FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
MARTHA !WASHINGTON CAN DY
Fresh' every Friday. Tice's, 119 E.
n.Liberty.
. BEAUTY SILOLT:S

U. IDVIMOuRRlILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
Thle Typewriter &; Stationery Store
Open evenings. Phone 1713
rt'AILORS
A TAILOR-31ADE SEMIT
Will satisfy your taste, and fit
you best.
WILD)TIHE TAILOR
113 South Main St.
FOUNTAIN ]PEN INK

FIRE
INSURANCE
Yes, we write the kind tba3
pay their losses promptly
and properly.
C. LOUIS ANDREWSj
P'hone :l0(;-tI
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WHI EH U E&HARDY'
NCOPRATED
'BPOAMN YYAT 40"~ STREET 144 WEST42ND STREET
-!Rf,'Ci. N OPERA HOUSE IBLDG. KNICKERBOCKER BUILDING
8411BROADWAY-AT WALL. STREET

_After eafin or
Wri 1ey°;fresh1
mouth i 4 3wCC
So easy' to carry
'packet in~ your poc
important to have
mouth neseds clear
fresheninj l
Odors of dining or
j- quickly di~sappear-
brightly biurnished
just naturaly comc
' ~nerves are soothed,
refreshed,th~e stoma
and digestivit aide

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Fthe little
kt! So;
when the
asing and
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- teeth are 1 ey3': is more
d, Smiles than a4 weet -f1,4
z because positive .benzefit-,
throat is BKany doctors and
h relieved dentiss recomn-
ed. tread it,
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Three expert marcellers. Shingle
trims. Soft water used at all times.
DIXATTIA BEAUTY SHOPPE
(Above Gushing's)
4 BLUE BIRD HAIR SH OP
5) NICKEL'S ARCADE-3168
Permanent Waving and Marc allhag
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.

A vicious ink may work for a short
time. It clogs the delicate mechan-
ism of the pen and cannot be remov-
ed by ordinary means. It is chemi-
cally antagonistic to a good ink, which.
will work and renders the ink color-
Sless.
Consult Rider's Pen Shop, where
you will always find a fresh supply
of the best Government standard
writing fluid. It is the only satisfac-
tory ink for the fountain pen.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
Peal and Ink Specialists

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FOUNTAIN PENS

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TELL your friends what a wonderful
pen your Masterpen is. You have
been doing it. Thank you.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St.

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"FOUNTAIN PEN SERVICE"

TYP~EWRITER REPAIRING
PHONE 866
For Typewriter Repairing
(All makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,
Sundstrand and Portable Adding
machines.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange

TYPEWRITING
TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRZAPHIING '
promptly and neatly done by ei~eri-
enced operators at moderate rates.
0. 1D. MORRIILL
17 Nickels' Arcadet
Established 1908. Phone 1718.
DANCING
Learn to dlance. Start now. Open
daily, 10 a. m. to 10 p. in. Adult class!
every Monday and Friday. Fifteen;
1-hour lessons for $5.00. Enroll now.I
"TERRACE GARDEN1
DANCING STUDIOSi
22 Wuerthi Arcade Phone 241-R!

SP A , -t lea, R. Mv. S."CTNA
msi Ma mcli 10
Today I had three sets of deck tennis' with-'Kitty Pu mew,
the pretty co-cd from Catalpa College. Then afterwards we
both had a plunge in the open air tank. Kitty looks stunning
in a bathing suit. I have a date to take her to the Catown
Strutters Ball tonight and Kid McKat and I are getting the
Third Cat Steward to change her to our table. And say,
fella, did I tell you about the meals-lookit:--

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SAVE that long wait while having'
your pen sent away for repairs.
We repair it the same day it is brou-E
ght in and insure that it will be ad-
just~d to your hand when you call
for it.
RIDER'S P'EN SHIOP
302 State Street

Read the Want Ads

72iR cT(TDNNE
Grapefruit Sto t ;(d Peaches Puree of Split Y'eas O,
C) tmeal T' rrijdg,' Haricot Ox Tail-jardiniere '1i O UiUiRpe
Gri, d ,Frxs herrings Grilled Fresh Codfish& E N
Br .,tfat Bacont N variri-of Lamb& U ,
Fried antd Boiled Lggs Corned Brisket of Bee
Saute P'ota toes Cabbage Boiled Potatoes
Marm~alade P'reserves Ice Cream Apples Nut
Hot Rolls Tea Coffee Rye Bread, Cheese lBi sen W
Apricot Fart Coffee
SUPPER 155
Hors d(Jeuvres 6lp
(Creami of 'Tomato
' Salmon Ma, nuaaise
Filet of 5ele Send for the Three
Mbutton (Cuts, :- iPeas Prize Winning Stories'
Chiicken-P'urmecntier Salad written by Collegians
Peachs~--Melba who crossed .this-way."
Patissees via Cunard last season,
an' cheese, coffee 'n crackers latcr, Yours, FELIX."
,~i:IILa I , ',,,t, 707 Oxford Road( , A IIArbor, )Mich.,
or §, i~~!~,eliAi'. % I..ast Hu~roni St., AnniiiArlior, -11i.
CUN ARD & ANCHOR LINES o
1243 Wasington'Blvd, or Lccal Agents

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MISC ELLAN EOU'S

TRY OUR New Way Toasted Sand-
wiches. Best you ever_ ate. Arbor
Fountain
WANTED

REFINED MIDDLE aged Ann~. Arbor
lady desires lady companion to tour
England, IRolland, France, etc. this
June and July. Entire expenses
less than $500. Write box 67,
Michigan Daily, for intervieiw.

WANTED-Students to see our type-
writer bargains. Good machines for
sale or rent. S A. Moran, 711 N.
University Ave., Room 2.

'PATR{ONIZE 'DAILY ADVERTISERS
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A New Shipment of F
1ISin Suits and Topcoats K
t Wc are now ready to offer you the
latest in Spring Clothes. Clothes that
! will please the most discriminating.
:iCome in today and look over our exten-
save showing.
306 8 * 11h Statec St. Second Floor, over Hller's Jewelry
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The Mfagnolia Petroleum
.Building, Dallas, Texas
ALFR~ED C. BOSSOM,
Architect
- Drawn by
Hugh Ferriss

WANTED-Students washing to do at
> home. Phone 2390-R1.
SWANTED--By experienced cook, posi-
tion in Sorority or Fraternity house.
Phone 2873-M.
WANTED-Students and family wash-
I ings. Phone 28-I+-3-M.

Physkal FewitnASS!
Good athletes are made, not born! Given
all the inherent qualities, the star runner,
golfer, "baseballer, "etc. , must be-carefully,
thoroughly trained-both mentally and
physically. So the methods of trainers
and athletic experts are of interest to all.
And it is significant that an alkohol rub
is almost universal as a part of the pro-
gram of developing the utmost in physical
fitness. Mifflin Alkohol is available to
you, too-for this and many other uses!
Fine to soften the beard, before shaving;
'to cool andi soothe the skin, AFTERshaving.
Splendid : elief for tired, aching feet; great
for sunburn; an efficient antiseptic and
germicide.
Mufflin Alkohol is denatured-by a formula
which actually improves it for external use.'
College teams and many other athleti t
org anizations use Mifflin Alkohol regu-
larly. Be sure YOU 'get MIFFLIN-in the
handy-grip one-pint bottles as illustrated.

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~SPRING IS HERE
Spring is the best time of the whole year. You will want
to feel your best during this coming season and nothing makes
r one feel so good as clean clothes. Nice, clean, soft under-
garments and well laundered shirts will make you feel at ease.
Phone 1028
Y> It' 7 f""k 1°1 V A TT1' Y T % LTU. V's

So. IE. CO.

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Mifflin Chemical Corporation
PHILADELPHIA. PA.
Sales Agents: HARIOLD F. RITCHIE & Co., Inc.
171 Madison Ave., New York
Toronto Sydney Wellington

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