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SATURDAY, MZARCTT 14, 1925

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TALE SEVEN

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AT3$ P.M. CADVERTISINGAT3PM
1REa I)ERS 1'1'3E NTi ON--'Thiis aadvcr-ii,, tm, is for your benefit, aiul yoa
are urged to take advanltage of these 'Thimi aanimie Iwil e glad to
h~elp ,66afinal' our ]?l 1t lieles, to hep ousei or buy thru this jmeiun.
Call ait the Press huiikliug where you ill ',IVVH Ia1JI ntiiedille -nd effcientt
service.,

England Builds Super Air Ship

flfl1 Dr. De. Forest statedl that the ad- in public programs is an+ imposition
0 ESB S E E0F H9010 ll vcrtising rates demanded by the leal- on the owners of sets.
Ae fflh~flI~1~ ~ scli nMS e running as high as5 $12.50 4t Mn-'Berlin. -March 13.--Dr. Walter Sim-
Sit 0 ElUV IIN010M fJI e,_ and that the principle of inludlH- cns tooks the oath of office yesterday
ing unintelesting advertising pmatter aAcrtine-Presiet ,o f ( ma,'nnr

INOTICE

FO ~l.RENT

Great B itait, is
buiUino a
super-airsh ip
of 'revolutionary
design which is
:wt, nded to flat
e.oI~agdad in
two days,
Colombo, in
fOur, and
:Australia in six']
on a regular

Dr. Lee De Forest, noted] radio ex-
pcn, .lunchedl an attack on the use
or the radlio for navel tising purposes'
recently at the H arv~ard club, Niew!
York.
Dr. De Forest not, only denounced
this form of alver tiin , 'but strongly
recommeindedl that a 'governmental
control an d censorship cif radio pro-
g:ams throughout the coun y be in-
stituted. Ice predicted that thie pub1-
lie sentiment that is nowv taking form'
to effect th1e abolishmecnt, of this "van-
(lalisM" rill soon necessitate such ac-I
tio6n on the !part of the government. s

Our moderate prices make it possible'e i RBN'4 Oneroat i-;tih' for two.
for all to have I RESli iiv 'I~ii C'P, vaelraatorys. One large front
GROWN FLOWERS.: ) O t a i~.Na
ANN IVARBOR FLORAL CO lC+,1p. 8z Vry37 Thomp-
: g2 E. Liberty. Phone 10C30 son.

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When good fellows get together on our Student Tours

M~ARITHA -WASHIINGATON ('ANIDY
Fresh every Friday. Vice's, 119 E.
Liberty.
$25-$30-$35
HIERMAN Tl T A1L0111
802 South State Street
ATTENTION LAWS
Special on Law Club Rot o -p;ror
Stationery.
$1.37
ARCtAD.E IHAUV~t
"P~etty~

F'OR IUF:NT--

-'Two furnished rooms

Im. lightI hon sek ceilg.
'1A fi t.

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FO ItS A ,E
5f. I ere is a realI buy for
5Ofle ne A ;x roonm modern
l: i; v', in ,n ec Bellnt location,
0111Y a horit di 't ac^ cast of cain-
pus. T h oro]oms iare pgo(1size
aid nd~aiec ly (decoia ed. Brand
new 1a 1"nace jua t installed. Lot
1.4 ;:mil, bt the house is good1
and in excelIlent repair. Only
C,,a xv ord. wvith (' i&Trennmel.
I'honeiA' l. I+1 ,l c enings.21185-W.

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KEWbPII~IIOT:
; uig.Arh
We D-ivcr
Open 4ii m7-.1ary

schedule.- It
has nogai:dordas,
except those
containing -,the
1r'i9 ies,- all the.
ccmm dtions
for 1140 persons
beinaq located'
within- the hull.
A.special
maoor iq ship of'
the type showEn.
here prst be~
its base upon~

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inliiio use nea',r
be Sold t olle'.
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1ALL INI tS N 0DTI AN~t RS
ti'ld(i(A ;S1 U. b!. t3l <'!, Whate
Il~il~rtid A ulneicl,, ,;Nrl t t x4r-
linhl lod oa nl ut#
f01-iela'. Pacific Mil, '1,. 'IL h.,
(tltES iv&, I-di 1rI aii N :'i a,
11l t l ird C' Is twient t o~urs.
4t . S. hats, ;13'l:.4% I1:, :'ys, wSin.
Iet.,:14 (' k' or a ni ol h r
"+ii$y 'Sil '.t'l), ity $178 u~lP'e
LOCA1L A(ENT
its G. Kul.blver
licensed and Bonded
Steaimship Agelt.
601 EI1 iiuot St. P Ann iArhor
liue 11381
All tlrav(-el4LrChecks, Tourlsts
A cilent 1111(1 Bnagage ' nsifrance
Pic'l :SJtrit id .Vitsae lulkornatil

I' ~ ~ Al ) o ~.I xcel lil six rOOM
I' >' ei bt wi111pay you 25 iaercont.
on eevory dotlily la av~ie invested
in If. Call 2 1.8.
p} R 6 ( q O~PES

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to Europe
($162 Cherbourg)
($175 Hamburg)

$155
Round Trip
(Southampton)

a WANI'I )

Take your own crowd with you. Special Tourist Third Class
Accommodations on the 'famous "~O" steamers, reserved for
students, teachers, artists, tourists. Congenial companions, good
food, comfortable airy staterooms, broad _promenade decks.
Special conduczted University Tours with extensive itin-
erary at inclusive rates, sailing on 'ORDUNA"---June 27.
Write forBooklet
Sailings from New York
ORDUNA-May 30, June;27, July 25
ORBITA-June 13, July 1 1, Atigtist 8
ORCA-June 20,' July 18, August 15
"The Comfort gToute"
The Royal Mail Steam 'Packet Company
SAN'DERSON & Sore, INC., dg.entr
26 Broadway, New York or Local Agents
1549 Broadway, D~etroit+
or Local agents

WANTED-Tuxedo, size 38-
1526-8. Call Lewis between G;

E , il Three expert marcellers. Shinglle
('all trims. Soft water used at all timges.

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7 P.M.
WANTED-Chef and waiters5 (e!-
_ ~perienced) for sumnmer at lake re- .
sort. Enquire Michrigan Daily, B3ox
76.

WANTED
roadster.
Call 1037-

TO B3UY-A good Ford{
Have about $100.00) cash.
-M.

(Above Cushling' ;)
N ICKiEL'S A RCADE- -3:10'
Permanent Waving and MvarcIlingj
MAl-CK AND COr.
3rd Floor Main St.
rlTICO R BANJO. Stewart, with case.

j SENIOR SI'TE.,II. LNNED
(lif1f Alien's orcbesltr .Va
lturnish the mnusic for thoj Sen-
for 5sniper n nxt rue5 y he
stepper l h e hold(1rat: the La iolt
ltis year haistea d of at Baritonr
{gym nasinum. 'I ick(t s will go on
sale 1todlay t I'Universit y iMll,
at. the prlice~ of $1.
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REFINED MIDDLE± aged Amr Arborjr
lady desires lady companion to tour
England, Holland, France, etc. this'
June and July. Entire expen se.,
less than $500. Write box 67,
Michigan Daily, for interview.
WANTED-Students to see our type-
writer bargains. Good machines for
sale or rent. S A. Moran, 711 N.j
University Ave., Room 2.
WANTED-Transportation for two
passengers with party driving e"'t
for Spring vacation. Wite Box -
for interview.
LO)ST
LOST-Delta Zeta pin Monday even-
ing. Call 1447 or return to 53641
Thompson St.
LOST-Ladies white gold oct a on I
shaped Walthami wat<'h. About
three weeps ago. Monogram ll. L.!
Liberal reward: No questions ask-
ed. Phone 843-M.
LOST-In January, circular mosaic
breast-pin, three dlove design, fil-I
igree border. Reward., Phone
526-M. 721 Forest.
TAILORS

VVATICI I 'IllIS SlA('klDA ILY
VI it(I li HIto~ll NCm4))s
ICI'IC(t"IS 1;1101'111 ALSO BE
Wi1th
Lois 'C. Andrews
PHONE 3064
XWat ci This Space Dailiy

0.0,600 gaseous Mig 10 IP 'a a M A p a X 0 a MISINSIOM memo

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(lOod condIit ion. $75 when newv.

Barg in1s in

M i 11cr has no)ruse for it. so first $15 -
takes it. ('ha m berla in, 2107 W ash-'u. ,,i6(.R a h

Want Ads

MICHIGAN

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INTERESTING HISTORVICAL EVENTS
Do Yaat Know,
I-. "-that John Hancock, as Presi- We suggest that every college
1i1dent of Congress, signed the student utilize the first opportu-
it commission of George Wash- nity for a trip to .the National
B ington as Commander-in-Chief Capital and make a point of
of the American armies in the looking at the Declaration of -
d Revolutionary War? The origi- Independence, Washington's , E
".t nal commission is at Washing- commission, and other impor- -Z
4ton, D. C., in the Library of tant documents bearing on
~ACongress, Division of Manu- American history.,
scripts, where you may see it at
any time and note the famous We believe avisit to Washington ,;
Ssignature. makes better Americans ofus all. p
The John Hancock is particularly interested in
i! J~a insuring college men and women and obtaining ;l
college graduates for the'personnel of the field staff.
Over Sixty Years in.,
Business. Now Insuring
Over Two Billion Dot- "T 0
! f arso 5000LvLIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
cars n 3,50,00 Live ' p BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS,
.rf""r4iJ r-" -Z'Tr 4t .'i0'"'V ~ Y 9

Re-ad the Want Ads

SATM.IONE"RY
XVA 'S UNIVERSITY
V-V -A- 00K STrORE:

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A TAILOIR-MIA1)E SIT
Will satisfy your taste, and
you best.
WILD THlE TAILOR
113 South Main St.

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Enj oy.Book- Cadillac Cuisine
at These Reasonable
o those who havec
the Book-Cadillac, h
be said of the ep
achievements of Book-Cadil
But all may not know that
_ - nary delights of the Book,
= .. f are priced no higher thanI
-n nary cafe or restaurant.
The Special Luncheon
is served daily, except
in both the English Grille
:y 7 for men at the noon hour) aj
.<<r~ attractive Blue Room.
' -,A special deluxe dinner-is off
evening, except Sunday, in tb
1 ~Grille and Blue4 Room from
p. mn. Price $2.oo. "Venetia
Dinner Dance in Blue a la carte. Afternoon Tea
Room every night ex- Chinoise and Palm Rooms
cept Sunday from7? P.m.
to I a. m. Music by
superb Book- Cadillac 't
Dance OrchestraEl d% ( 1 u

Prices
dined at
ittle need
picurean
llac chefs. >
the culi- *
-Cadillac
the ordi"
at Si z5 \u
Sunday,
(reserved
Lnd in the
Fered each
he English
6 to 8:30
in Room
served in y
s.~
t: 1 Al'

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