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WEDNE'SDAY, MARCH .13, 1925

THE MICVIIGAN

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Is 1 ~~~~~~~~~ome .For U.S. L'-dvoyAt London 1 . ASGIGO
WHAT'S GONGONS__COLUMN_______
Noties o apear' in this column mutstt"
AAlV3 PA I' MSPN ot fer n t ne day of fcissue. i

IWA IE nsAH'Evt'IO---Tis a vhiniz isfor your benefit,
~Ire Jurg, ".lto, t;Ake i'V nla e 0f tho~se <coliiUSSs. * ittnie will lbe£
lielp you kfind your losut articles, to helcp you seli or buy I bin this
Calil at talie Press butildling where You ill 4e1 hoiven izia medial e and
seI{'i i'e.

N OT.lICE
Our moderate prices make -it possible
for all to have FRtESII IE .
CROWN FLO WERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone I1(30
MAR'HA WASHLINGTO)N CAND)Y
Fresh every Friday. T ice's, 119 E.!
Liberty.
Card Tables-high grade, subs antill
mahoganty finish-green leathIierette
Bridge lamps, wrought iron, coie-
plete w,ith d(ecorratetil ade -$3.45.
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" (let.Cc a pair of t11
t.. t7 5111001 hleair 'oxfords
sprin;, suit. Thef Bind that
i the Wuerthi Theatre Arc
them from him and sa v
Youtr choice $810.

IVE 'NESDAYi
anid you I I :40-Prof. It. C.:.idersoii speaks to
gladl to' freshman eng-Ineers in rooni 348,
ilidiin.Engineer ing bilding.
Il efficient 11 :00--ll.D. IV ill jams speaks on
"Central Office Equipment EPngin- j
eering" in room 248, West Engineer-
ing building
I :00-5 :00-Military ball appliec~ttiousa
~TI 1distributed at Union.I
11.1 I ~ t' :f04).5:00--Applicaltions for tickets
ose light4 for 16925 Military ball dist ributedI at
s for that
the Union.
t Ray has
cade. Buy 1:1..:)A~IArbior Art associationIi
'e money. exhibit in the west gallery, Alumni
Memorial hail.
____ ~tM-Pr11of. I% . ,Pbillips speaks on
"plantation Life in the Old South"
-- in room 25, Angell hail.
4 :00-TFreshiman women t:ryout in
B~arbour gymnasium for dancing for
the Freshman Pageant.
4:01-6 :00-Open house at Harris hall.
4:4(1-f3:00(--C oy gregal onal open Ihollse!
Iin the church parlors.
41M)--a liner (Christia n offers pro.
gram in 11111 auditorium.
4:15-Y. IV.' C. A. publicity comitiIlItee
meets at Newberry hall.
he 4:15-lirs. A. :Hobart speaks oii
beth "Library Workz as a Field for Wo-
3have men" at tlhe H-elen Newberry resi-
d eneoe.j

Forest Week TO
S tart April 271 En'
American 'Forest Week will be oh- i
served throughout- the count ry Aprilr
27-May Jby proeiamat ion i Fresi- RE
dlent Cool idge. Pleas for the observ-
ance of the week have linen issued Cla3
by Secretary Jardine, of the! depart- Cen
maent of agricul tu e, and for'mer Goy- tug fot
ernor Frank O. J,Lowdien, of Illinois, -241
chairman of the committee in c'harge
of t he plans.
"Observation of Ameorican Forest
Week in every comfmunity," Secr etary llv
hat dine sai(d, "will help put the U'nit- H v
ed States on thep roadl to wh;.A this ° unda'
nation gi eatly needls--a real national Sue
policy of forestry."UC
Mrii. Jardline further emp~hasizedl thelie l:e ti
implortance of the observance' of the
aweek by recalling the terms of the
Clarke-McNary law, involving the co-
op~eration of federal, state and p~rivate just a
elements in makingI' any policy acioptertl1 ut L1h
worlkable. of our
M.ay Carve Names ~o
f On Union Tables,' in(
I'Thee new tax~ies will b)e placed in
the tap room at the Union this week
in which studlents mnay carve their
names. Large M's will be carved in
the tables by skilledl carvers and the i
names of men are to be placed aboutj
them. There will be a tab~le for each!JRead
of the classes '25, '26 and '27.

you.'
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or
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1joy a good meal at
IE LINCOLN
ESTAURANT
rwholesome, appetiz-
oads served at all hours
hour service.

tried our Special
Dinners ?-Chop.
Chicken. You'll

300 S. Main.

Phone 50

Rugs shampooed or (lust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
=Phone 50.
Ty our
' a StIQ 4"4'i('IIQ"4w
Chlees4e
W ie deliver
LOST-In January,, circular mosaic
breast-pin, three dlove design, fl
igree, border. Reward. Phlone
526-M. 721 Forest.
LOST-Delta Sigma l.)el La fraternity
pin in Medical building or. on East
University Ave. Finder call :521-MV.
LOST-Pair of gray bone} rim ;la ,4e:
in- black case on Ingalls Street
Monday. Call 1110-WV. Reward.

TThe Arbor
Fountainf
IUNCH
Pronounced by all to 1)
1 est in the city. Let us
your next punch c
One gallon or one thou!
TIe Arbor
Fountai Ui
3 13 South State

little ways down town
isequality and tastiness
r foods will well repay
or your, walk.
Coin Hotel and
Restaurant
East Huron
the Want Ads

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Exterior Beauty
with
Interior
Convenience

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LO0S'i'-Gamma, Si-ila Frat ernity pin.I
Name J. K. Toascott onl back. Catll
3020-II,.
TA 11,01S
A TAILOR1-M1ADE SUIT
Will satisfy your taste, and fitj
you 1est.
'"ILD) THE TAILOR
Il11 South Main St.
-' FOIL SALE
TI1FI E lSF six room 11011se ('ver (a-!
fered for $6000. It is womi h 1 1000
litiore thian is biniig ask1ed (i 'll 248 .
FOR SALE --Clarinet, at reaisonabile
price. Phone 595, ask for Schneid-;
der.

This cighit roomi home is all t hat
amt lvmore. Thei first floor with
itsi study, living room, dining
room aid l it eiieiiall easily
acce('ssible froii& onae hall, is .a
maodel o o 60111arrangeent.
E -' r r i'' c bed rooms and bah I
eomph't lie second floor pla.1.
A few of t he feal nmrtPsarme tire.
places in iii. hug °room nt.and study,
We floor in st11dy, e' xlt °a toilet
eatiA ar. at o:y on first an d seconiid
11w;.-, ival em '01ft'1IC andflIwIIo-
lFor fim her iiaor'nt ion call
IC. Louis Andrews
JItE+AL'TOR1
--) 1 H NiI' NATONAL AN
T 41el. :3of I i~acaiaags ? i- ',
I Egypt's War Head

to Gt a osition andl ]low to HIoldi
It" in room 1009, Angell hall.
4:30-B1otanical seminar ieels in
room B-173, Natural Science build-
in g,.
4i:00-Iota Siglma Pi ulteel s inl the 1i-
birary of Martha Cook.
7 :00-Conference of gradulate stag-
dents of the School of 1Lducatiou
held in Tappan hail.
7:00--Q~arterdeck society meelts "a
the Union.
7 :10-Band rehearsal inl its heatdqiar-
ters.
s :5-1-iitaryhall (comlmittee met
7 :31--Student council in eels at the l
Un ion.
7 6:30-S:30-Discussion' classes Ii re-
ligion meet in Lane hall.
U:0nion.key meets ini room 302,
7 :30-Black Quill meets ill room 2014,
Sout~h Wing.
7 :3{}-La. Sociedlad 1I~islauica ini(Ml s
S in room 304, Union.
7::30-P1hi Siginia iier~ts ill room11Z.212
Natural Science building.
7:30---U. S. N!aval ]Res4erve ]Force 1u1i1
mesin th . 0. 'T. C. 'drill h143l.
7:30Roll~al-p clilb mieet s at. Unlion.I
7 :30--lorestry club nmeets inl rooma
214, Natural Science building._
7 :15,-lDe Molay mceet at Harris 11all I.
S :00-R-hesearclichclbimeets iil lie his-
! ;31--c~ial Srvcegrup lme Is ot
the Signma. Kappa 11louse.
'lI URSHAY
1 :30-5 :00--Ann A rbort' ia ssocht ion
exhibit ina the West Gallery, Alumni
Memorial hall.
I :00--Fresimam women tryout in lEar.
lour gymnasium for (lancing for'
th beI-reshmaan P.ageijut.I
t 1-:00-A (hum ist rat i% lboard of lit era ry
college meiets ini IDean Eflin is of-et
i ce.
.:A:{if--I.heeaisal of ('ouregat hmial
choir at the chutrch.
0:0(0-Alpha Omaeza .4!ph, holds Nha
duet at the Union. :enu fo
7:0---- Pnhi(' speakingSwibyfr
enginee'rs in r'ooml 348, We: t I!Egi-
neering building.
7:130 -('hrisl ian Scielce society mned s
in Lane hall.
8 :60-Dr. WV. Brown lee mres ona

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jVOC(A TIONA L IF CTURES
The second of the series of
Vocational Guidanc'e lectures
Iwill be given at 4:15 o'c'lock to-
day. Mlrs. Amy I tlob : rt, as
sistant dlean of women, will
speak about ''Library Woirk as a
Field for Women," Miss Cleo
Murtland, associate professor of
vocational etlucat ion, will talk
Il ow to hIold It." Mrs. Il obart;
will speak at I lelen Newberry
residence and(1bMiss Martland in
room 1009, Ang-eil hall.
Sn lscri he for The Dal ga hlly

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SENIOR LITS
All i-no the senior literary
class should report to Moe's as
soon as nossible to be measured
for' cap, arnd ;o~wns5. They will
c'o ; $7.50, with a rebate of $3.00
,vhen turn'ied in.
The senior literary class
cantes can be ordered now atj
WGag_,ner's ('lothing store. It is
nec'essary that the orders be
taken at once to insure deliv-
ery. The pric'e of the cane is $3.
READ TZlE 1Ilfl7Mr AI)AILJY

Although .T1. P. organ several Years ag o gave the g-overnment a
building fer Ise as the l niceel States embassy, the ambassador to Londlon
is still homeless. but t his situation fi nally priomises to b, remedied. An
app~ropr'iationi o1 $1 50,000 for the remodeling; ofthie Morgan house, shown
above, has lbeen renewed. L egal coin llc ition > in 01,,oconveyvance oif the
title have' prevented the work being begun :sooner.

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" . .~ u .u a..... .. Rlx . u ~ ~ u . .. ".. .s. ". .s " "-. a a.
A Convenient European Tour
The combination pleasure and educa-
tional tour for girls, under the man-
ag'ement of iFrank C. Clark, is an all-
expense trip, the management taking
* care of everything but personal laundry.
MRS. H. W. CAKE
1 145 Washtenaw Phone f1775
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110It SA 1,E ('11 -CO~ lll'I
SET (OP Dlii MS,inidn s,
snare, Traps, andi earying ('ase.
TPermis if desi'ed., Call 1719-It after
7 P.M.

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FOR :SALE-3 tuibe Nlarlhnss CounD.-
terflex. New tubeas and(1loudsp51eaker'.
Bargain $40. Call Bond 2648-J.
BE IFAUTIY SHOPPlaI' S
Trlee expert marcellers. Shingie
trims. Soft water used at all times.
(Above Cushing's)
BLUE B lDiii AIR SHOP4

wel a god eath dapiess.
ati nigesonlt ealamr
The cleansing action of WRIGLEY'S
upon the teeth, tongue, throat (and breath)
--its antiseptic effect-its digestive aid-its
wholesome refreshment--these are all pos-
itive benefits that doctors and dentists
freely affirm.
Get your WRIGLEY benefit today:

Perm~anent Waving atnd lVarcall ng
ACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
1' WAN TEL)
WA.NTED --- S(''cfci ial posit ion in
University by Mvichigan graduateG
'with expcl'ieiceeon('anmpus. Re-
p~ly to 'Box 78.
WAN ED-Students to see our type-
writer bargains. Good mnachines for
sale or rent. S A. Moran, 711 N.
University Ave., Room 2.
W'ANFE D-Trai:sLortat ion for twoI
passengers with party driving es
for Spring vacation. Write B1ox 77t
for interview.
WVANTE)-Ilave about 100.00 lcash
for' a goodl Ford i'odSter. Call
1437-M.
31t ( rp +Q I 1 'I ~ I o red ue . out' r ge tock';we ar c"
offering these a1l actual ('0st.
'lHere is yolp.,opphor'tuti y to buya
real mke at, the price usulaly chargd
for an ori'(ivnrv ins:trumnent.
j'. j JJI'"5j'TY MlSIHOUSIE
IIaynar(1 aniiol \iiliain
TYPEWRITERS Splendid juachIn Cs.
Best makes for rent or for sale.
Phoue 342-R.
HAMILTON BUSINESCOJUEG i

f }"Chemotherapy'' in Natural S('ienie
auditorium.
NAME 35TH ENGINEERS
TO ATTNOCAP CUSTER
T ar dlepartmbent officials have dles-
I ignated the 357th of engineers regi-
I ment, a reserve unit with headqnart-
Iems in Ann Arbor, as one of the units
that are to attend the 15 day campl to
be held this summer, August 2 to hf',
I j at Camp Custer. This regiment will
le attached to an engineering unit ofj
the regular army so that the reserve'
officers may obtain actual experiencej
in the activities of an actual unit.
Reserve officer,; who are ordered on
...this (duty wsill receive regular army
pay of the time ser'ved, and will bej
r. providled with the necessary quart ers
v. and conveniences, making the training
s inexpensive for anyone who attendls,
accordhing to information given out;
.I yesterday lby Capt. hon C. Holm.
4 w w< Inthe past it has been usual for!
:..: engineering firms employing res('rvct
officers to grant such men a twoj
weeks' vacation with play, to permit.
Satdek \ elid<lfa Pa minister of them to attendl the camp.
war in the new Egyptian cabinet, h-as _____________
a (lifli('ul course to steer. Feeling' New York, Mar. 17.-The Russell
towaird Great Britain runs high in Sage Foundation, in a report made
the Egyptian airmy, which has a Brit- 1publlic today, says its study displs the
ish sirdar anti overt acts are pi'evenit- idIealthtat there is something idyllicj
etl withI difific'tlty. about youthful unions.
Pay ror your Subscriptlon today. PATRONIZE D)AILY ADVERTISERS

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