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\Vi~NVSDY, EDRTAIIY11,1925

THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y'

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THE .CH.ANDAIL....I .~

LASS I I E THIS
xQIUi N COLUIfN
CLOSES CLOSES
U AT 3 P.M. rawKwa- -- ON-11111 1111 111 1 11
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING

Southern .States Suffer Worst Floods In

Years

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FOR RENT-Single roomn, well fur-
niched, quiet house. 6431 Tappan1,
four (doors from Campus.
TT RENT)--Nicely furnished rP0)I11.
newhouse. 336 S. Division.
FOR RENT--1 duble 1)0or s fl gle
room with private family. No other
stu(Ioft 5 in house. GCa H ,aitr
"i 6 o'clo(k, 1364 Geiddes Avye.
.« FOilGRADUJA"P'E qSTUD )E:'--, fl
desirableo suite and rsin gie roomnl
Steam heat. ilot wal.ar. 11
Thompson.
FOR RENT--Large roomJ, (10811:0
single. 1,127 Ch urclh, lPhoi 2';", .
F'OR RENT --Single Room. $A, pe,
week. 1127 Prospect , I 'hoe GO J -" \x'.
FOR RENT---Roomn for one or I XV
bo0y:. 11Xc(lle'stiit b oa l. ( lo:; i.;)
Campus. 429 D.Iivi sioji.
FRO1(N'T ROOM - -Goo(( hooft. On'x 1,1( h
i front the camnpus. 1Phone1 -.
F(1OIR 1 NT (hi4e single z'na. .. (Inc
' 'verybiurge fri'on room for1' two r
'"three, stenim heAi, plc nly. o.- hot.
si reasn3uible. 3:*:1 2 'ei 11soI.I
ORR1*lNT-- 1?ooll : r. ir"nen. tSiI2~It,
dIoubln and vac(51 Icy 11ire nw Sil e.I
,, Als3o gar°aget, ; ,,7SteLam Ii .<:I. fI1r,
of hot w.ater. hrcw batli-rooms.%
422 E. Washingtoen. I hone 1191-A/l.i
FO~R lRiEN'i ---su i teof. P001115 with fire-
pliace, 1317 Washtena w. i 'honle
2483. Mrs. Murphy.
:4'1;. RENT---Sun 0 oP two s~fngle
rooms. Very at tracI ive lo( tion
n.' Ieatr camlpus. Steam Ilheat. anHd Very
iiice ly furishelld. Mrs. E. .. ritf,';,
23S S. Thayer. Phonfe 2961Z,

WXA TEDI
YYA'1NTED--Everyone to try our
IDelicious "Toastwich" Sandwich
electrcally etasted witHO filling in.
-NICKEL1S ARCADE
,A AN'i' ED --Youn g woman for part
tie i('work: Ml cap and gown depart-
biejit. Apply at office, second floor,
Mick & Co.j
WVAN'''D. Students anid others wanted
to organize parties to Europe. IFrxee
or ca( s (8 h. Opt ioiial. Write Cit y
IPost.(office. B ox 211.

D)( YOUKOW
Ttanftthe Covert
Fi'nsiuan w ill have
nov/el design?

of the 1925
a new and

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Read the Wrant Ads

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IIOAIU.O-
ho. rd In

Il'ree to six
of food. 10107

\' Ai[TICI'I .v an: -ifor loi~il~e or-
\~,]. )---AL uli Cn, tellnI.OP ore ex-
l~o:2i~yi. t II 819 . i versit y.
i~ AI KI .llv w'.rld (1liekn klittings,
0851; mFor lneii(iillg at Ililie. 'holle
fVA IPP 1)- --tlld(1011 i.S:) :200 (IP I yI)e
w'rte il bargalins. Gooed maeltin e'forI
sale or renit. S A. Moran, 711 N. I
lI Ji'tevoiy A ye., Room 2.r
vVW"N"El) - Stuldent and fa mily wazsh-
ings.(CalIled for and (deli vered:
I'hlone 1(53-W.

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FOR REN'PT-- -1louloieand im gto rofms
rfthese roomis are large, Ilight and(
warm. Separate sleeping quarter-,
if desired. 114 N. Inogalls. I 'hone
8 55-11.

VWANTP,'D-- A live wire ambitious stu-
deni, to work during leisure time,
Make big mlone~y, Call at 200 E.
H uron St. Ask for "Chick." or
Phonsie 1 007-M.
iIS~rITVI)N5 WANTI''EiD.
lX P'iU~lE E IKN'ITOR1(I1IA SSIS-
l ant. 1(c 1ptible sI enograplher) wishes
Erax h tie Work. PhIone 026.-M.
MEL C ULLFISI'JE, Soloist andi teach-
er. t hirty year'; exp~erience. Man-
dolin guitar, banjo, and chord
I XP1ERL W\ATCH-fREP'AIRING'
Arnold Slte~I St reet Jewll'e~r
30J2 South State
Waffles

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S olt hern states are suffering 'from?1 -" "--" -"__________________________________
onmw of the Nworst floods, in ,years.' '1 3l~ ttillll111ltit E li E11ilEt~lEttliii Fliltlltlt
South Georgia is repori8(1 to 1)e dan.-,~=
aged1 the minost:, nmans, "I 2iWn'1 beinl(colt-
+ pletely Isolhat ~' I y r1w:ngwaiter Y e rs.
1 l i p h t , o t .r s a f 1 c Ic 1 W c.x "!oi t , ( a a hi. \\'0 1 a l l S ,i r t l c 1 'S a n d A L
automobiles 1"hi en02 1 ,11(1 out t) .-
It h as )bon i ded1(1by theVOIJ "can bti
Board in Control of At ile; h.
1Ithat for the Oh io State tooltball
I amne next fall 1:0 one will he
allowed to lpli011U5 )'morn thban r t y I C ld
Itwo tickets. l'Por the Navy analt y ss C a id e
MVinnesota gainles limlit, of Pae-ked in Beautiful IRic h Ied Satin -
thrmee has 1bee1n('2shdliislw] , Wile !
Ifor ther Indiana ain . A.(
conteosts the uisual linjlit of fourly 1r~
Iwill apply. ficart B'oXes
_________________- m ke 'Hie ideal
Tok io, Feb. 10.L'-Theobattleship t'1o-a
was senittied yest erdayV inl 11111L:' 0 =.tie Git I
St raits, in accorolane with the ter(i-
of t Wihiit nAnb''elOder to.dy. YWe mi:,y )e :old out totnorrow.
BEAIUTY SIOPPiES
Permanent WatVing And MAfrcalling
MACK AN'1) CO. "fQ T frQCQC' I1 I

FOR h1.ENP-Nyewvgarag e. 905F)Fores t.
Avenue.

HE was going to
L Kill Himel
Call he by orbecause it was whispered
that 19-25 would be the last
girl who is away summer of Gondolas in
at school. Venice and he couldn't go.
a BUT he discovered that
In no other way S. T. C. A. travel permitted
can the children him to travel at minimum
rates with the people he
be kept so closely liked.
i n touch with HE also found that the
home nfluncesHolland America Line ser-
j vice would be used and
that Sleepy Hall's Orches-
wel a
tra was going aswela
' Lecturers, Hostesses and
Leaders and he found some'
VA Long "'stance thing to live for and didn't
cal i pesoa'kill himself.
-d irec t - On the VEENDAM June Both
inexensve .s3or the
inexpnsiveNEWAmSTERDAM June 2.7th
j To FRANCE and Return $z62
Your organizer is:
MICHIGANAl ALL t J
TELEPHONE Co.
I I T COLLEGE STREET
NEW HAVEN$ CONN.

FOR .RENT-Four 01' five room f frn-
is hed apartment located Iwo blocks
from cam pus. Phone 253S-ft.

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R1OOM' AND BOARD-One large
(ltuleCroom, 1and(1hoard' in private
hocuse. 1220 S. University. Phone
2878-J.

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LOST- -Sat urday, Jaen part: of ladly's
gold filled Wall 1cn', on Church,
Hill or, Forest between Prospect and
S. University.. Liberal Reward. Call
j; LOST--Gold foi-.Itain pen, Initials,
E. W. B. Call 1325. Reward.
ILOST-Fair of horn rim glasses.. Call
332 E. Jefferson St. or phlone0 2090-W~
~'BLACK SIHAFFER Fountain Pen-
I Lost Thutrlla y of exams. Reward.
0 2949.
C1 ISr'-1't.-lhva'er D~uofold fountain p)e1,
~iSaturday in the annex to School of
A'rchiteciure. Reward. Return to
KIJ'athierine Pati ('Pop, PBetsey Blar-
I~bour Hlouse.
LOST--A Parker Iluo'ol d pencil in of
before exams. Ii.rn Ito) 1003 E.
UnJmiveritly. Reward.
iiL(ST--$1 t1)() reward. No questions
~iasked for rettiiln of sumall sqna mre
clock taken 1from1ap~artmlenlt548
Churnch :11. 1Jan. 18. Phone :300-J.
FOR SAl.L e
8FOR SALJE- 21ice for llra slan
concert. iP (al 11 mrow of01. in aimfloor
ceniter. ' Call 1I783-.I in aftternoon.11
FOR SALE-$40 Tenor Banjo for $15.
Good as new. Call Walter, 370-Myi
iletweell 7 and S .
FOR S ALE -CELLO, slightly used,
;splendid tone. A bargain at $35.00.j
Call 2906-M, 6-7 P'.Al.
AtS ,I 1 NE !
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.j
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works,
i5 Phone 50.
WILL TIHE PARTY who took the
p)111111 bowl and glatsses lby mist ake
fromn the Watermnan GymiSaturday
A. M. please notify Phi Kappa.
Ovr moderate pmrices nmike it possible
for all to have FRESH hI1I
GROWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
11 E2,. Liberty. Phone 16830

e / I~f~,qv 3rd Floor Main St.'
Also_____________
C/py - .I oion Boobs 'i' i'7" WO EXPERT SHINGLE BAIR1EI-_- . I i ARCADE
jFrench andl spannil Waves given.
LUNCH Phomne 298s9. .
1 -- ! t 'I l A rjr l"' T 1I r', T Y S11011
-- _ _ , ._- - - -- - - - - - ._ ,y. J"," ,,"".. ^iY.,. JwCPtlu~31~~Li _ - - - -tl1.Yif YYdi'LY{.I1i 4 ~ ~lCS' .iN ---- . -,i%
'U' / -s__ TY PE WITE 'S
4. Uni e'Qyi N1)For Typewriter Repairing
- - - - . (All makes) I,
I (')l _1'' F.- SO1 h,"1 INO G-N E'VV, _"'Toast- I Dealer in Woodstock ivypfnw riteis.Seltect- , P.},d}i Ci1 ,t crtoi e I
1 i ohi Sandjwich. 100 per~ centI Sundlstrandl and PIortallo dimt
bottom' than or'dimnary sandwiches. mac~hines.
HE'TSiEY'I {lSHOS14P Ann Arbor TPypewvriter E.linei A large, clean, unsolc(1 stock: from wh1ich to make
?NICKELS ARCADE 9 Saing BnklI'.yui sletin
I r, L anhO Z' C Pccoz'
FrTEI 17 NICKF.LS AtCD
FNA DOR THE ST A The Stationery antd Typew riter Stole.
RA D ND O CH ST AOp~en evenings.
paramount musical instruments of the world.31
14 NICKEL~S ARCADE
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.1 ~ -Delicious - Nutritious - Palatable=.
f fWE SUGGEST THAT YOU MAKE YOUR NEXTF
= LUNCH "TOSTWICI-1" SANDWJCJ-ES
Representing I
Thle Most Highly-Flavored and the .best Sandwiches
Served Anywhere!
ITHE ONLY PLACE WHIERE YOU CAN SECURE.s
Fine Merchant Tailoringjr YOUR FAVORITE SANDWICH PREPAR ED
I THE "TOSTWICH" WAY
A complete exhibit of new Spring and Summer suitings -
and topcoatings, from foreign and domestic looms, in popular I ti
as well as staple colors and weaves, now awaits your inspec-duk7 n
t~on.
Many university men will take advantage of this display
to supp~ly their Spring and Summer clothes needs,.i th
inipetithe hearcade_
'Eniglish Loun~ge Models
Is joartietilarly invited. , j c' . " r X %r'r' . c. r --a

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ELT",, the vell-known cat,
0cousA the othcr cay and said
Euroope. Tl'x. str catterbacl
his "mlid-termis" harder than
line, and receivced a pink un,
Felix ecFpAt>" nhis lit
Condition L._i1Was willing to
rats tbar,--h.,. %1e wrote
all oiI-d. is-ci nccneed no
Cunard elrzrn, . . ''-:y ' j ':i
Fe lix if lie 2ai :Q2'2f0.utOir
Con,,., "1 t2-a.fland
for he's just telegraphed us
wired back-

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tawurnpus of the screen; wrote
:he wanted to work his way to
k of the Catown eleven crashed
n lhe ever hit an opposing feline
nconditional release;, good until
:ter that he was in the pink of
o stoke, peel potatoes, or catch
.e elix that Cunard ships were
o stokers, and as for rats on a
A: didn't exist. We also asked
znew College Cabin service for
lComfy. Evidently he hadn't,
to " send him the dope." We

FELIX, MU MU DOUSE
CATCDWN NEWt1YORK

FEB. 11, 1925

RESERVING ENTIRE THIRD CLASS EIGHT SHIPS
BEGINNING JUNE 17 STRICTLY FOR COLLEGE
AND CONGENIAL CATS STOP ROUND TRIP PRICES
155 TO 175 DOLLARS ENGLISH AND FRENCH PORTS
STOP CLEAN COM FY CABINS, TUMMY TEASING
MENUS, DECK GAM\ES, SPORTS, CAT COLLEGE
ORCESTRA, SX-IMMING POOLS, ABOVE, ALL
CUNAR D SERVICE. WE ARE HOLDING YOU AN
OUTSIDE CABIN STOP YOURS
Send for hie Three Prue Winning
Stories written by Collegians who
crossed th is -..ay via Cunard last season.
JAMES T. C ASSIT, 707 Oxford 1.d., or
E., G. KUEBLER, 6111 F.-Hurcn, Ann Arbor
RETURNCINARD & ANCHOR LINES
1243 Wa;~iugton Bd,, fltrait, or Loca1 Agents

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