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THURSDAY, ARC IT 19, 1,9215

ThURSDAY MARTHE1,M192IGANE DAILY

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COUNLCOLUMN I
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. C ADVERTISING AT 3 P,.Ms
it:. ?SPa D4B!,Ai V1,TON- i'is adv:er,:tisingis for your benefit, and yon
:cr urEdi;!' to fllt s~at adlage of llese (I Jin.liie will be plad to
ho ! p ml find yogi'lost1, aill ides, to litelp you sell or' Iuy Ownrut his mtediumn.
('iii :0ilw Ve ress lbuilding where you "ill Kb g iveltl iviQiedliaf e afti effiient

Wa Between Danzig And Poland .Imminent

BUREAU FNSONE OF
EVERY SIX OINNS 9Cp,

amountedP to $225,492,000, of which
! 1, 1393,000 or 82 per cent is. applica-
bletr to h hlwav work under the; super-
tvisioni of state highway departments.

NO ICE

SHO 0ES

'Reports received from the United
SStates bureau of public roads reveal- 9 A. ~ ~I' ~
ed that there is one motor car for ,_.-
e.very 6.4 persons in the United States
at:thepreen tie. hetotl rg-Learn to (lance. Start now. Open
istrations for motor vehicles through- diy 0a .t 0p .Autds
out the country reached 17.591,981, by every Monday and Friday. Fifteen,
the end of 1924. showing an increase: 1-hour lessons for $5.00... Enroll now.
G f2,501,045 or 16.6 per cent. 'V D~'' (.'fLN
Although Michigan leadls in the pro- ' EE G R E
dluctrop of automobpiles, it ranks sixth DANCING STUDIOS
among the state in registration, waithi 22 Wnerth Arcade Phone 241-Rl
867,545, while New York state with ________________________
<a total of 1,412,879 tops the list. Cal-
ifornia, Ohio, Pennsylvania., and [Blin-
eis are next in the order named. t;,Read ( the' XW ant Ad s
Ttlreceip~ts from, license fees.

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Our moderate prices makle it
for all to have FRESH
G l(OW14 FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL t
122 Il. Liberty. 'h(o
MJARTHIA WASIIIN( '1ON C,
Fresh every Friday. Tice's ,
LiberCty~.
.. Saturday .Ma o h21st, 9 1p.
Music by thw
t ~MELODY MST ,,lS
/C entletnen 50c Ladies
Compacat s, watches amid
frames of the most e-,qu,iie
selectio~ns,.'There a i'es('
priced for the spring sei a.
Stale St:reet e it El' 1'
THE l~QlrA1UiTY SHIOP
The Corset and lirassierre co
rin one garment is the most1
for all occasin.
Will hAVE sin.T HER
$1.04) to $U'4)4
LOST
LUSTl--In January, circulari

possi1ble' H A R Ia co ITE IY9,NV E i[iAR-.
lU. 1 C X Di (let a pair of those lighit
1811 n iootlh lea theror xford1s for that
CO. Sp"ill" suit. Thiu Kind that TPay has1
in(e l fat)in the1WbeVrth T'teat re Arcade. Buy
1flthorn from himt and save money.
A NDY our(I'liic $8.50.
-- The annulH alt-camp~us track mccl.
pict~ure will be heil in Waternmin Gymi
Pevilry at seven o'clock Tuesday, March 24
'Tisyear all 'lhe members of the
fees himan squad are bieing barred so
a s togive men in the other classes a.r
qlbet-ter c h nce. The following is a
* list of the ev(ents --- 5t yard dlash, 440
)mlhined ra m' rinm, 8$0) yard run, mile run, two
pioplar mile run, 65 yard low hurdles, 65 yard
low huIrdles', 65 yard high hurdles,j
shot put, broad jump), andI hig-h jump.j
F rWtries are being received: at the;
Intramural Office for these events.
All those wishing to compete should .
mfosals sign up immediately.

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DAN"CE AND BANQOUET PROGRAMS-
TALLY CARDS PLACE CARDS
BRIDGE. SETS
The ebery-PMayer- Your-Partner System
The thoughtful hostess will appreciate the adlvantages of The
Every-Player-Your-Partner System. It is not only fair, from the
standlpoint of the score, that every player should have as a partner
every other player-whether good or indifferent-but, it also adds
much pleasure to a party for each guest to meet and talk to every
other guest.
THFE MAYER-SCHAIRER CO.
PRINTERS, ENGRAVERS,, OFFICE OUTF-ITS

11 2 South Main St.

Phone 144

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brea st-pini, three dove, design, fib-.
igrec border. Reward. Phlone
526--M. 721 'Forest.
,,LfOST P--fir of1sgre y bone ri in glaF;,cse
ini black casts on Inga Ils Street
Monday. Cell 1ll10-W. Reward.

L OS'i' - -Cammixa Sigma Fraternity pin.
NameJ. K. Trouscott on back. Call
LOST---Gray leather card-ca se con-
tainipg imoney and d (river's license
in Alumni :Memorial Hall. Reward.
Call 3404.
TA ILORS
A TAILOR-M AIE SEMIT
F' Will satisfy your taste, and tit
you best.{
r WILl) THE TAILOR
V 113 South Main St.
g F~1OR S ALE )
F'OR SALt -Guitar in very good condi-
tion. Cana be used either as a I Iam -
ann n or Spanish guitar. Apply to
13ox 79 AlEichigal Daily.
F[OR SAE-A good six room ihouse
near lPackardl and State si rec ;;I
Veyea;y tems or Xv,ill ac'cept lot
F(OR1S Al r -10---odern seven room honse
soulth of camnpus. Price is right.
Ter'mns. (Call, owner, Phone 329(;
BEAUTY 5114PPES
Three expert niarcellers. Shingle
trns., Soft water used at all times.
IIA'lI A BEAUTY SHIOPPE
(Above Gushing's)
LE Bu ml) ml) IHAiR511im?
I'erinanen Waving and, Marcalling
.t ~ MACIi AND, CO.
3rd Floor Merin St.
WAN1TE1

i War between the frees ciy of i-
FRATENITY ELAYwho investigatedl the situation. The'
D~ue to the inaccuracies in the stop- city, with its German population of
rwatches used in the fraternity relay may ie involved in the event of oier
iMonday night, the meet will be rerun poeto fteLau fNto
this evening. The team's sched-prtcinoth Lege fNaon
tile for running will remain the same
as before. The following teams will nets in the car in front were ye-'
be readly to run at 715: Sigma. Phi, sponsille for its locomotionl.
Phi Lambda Kappa, Beta Theta Pi,! In truth the car', a larac BuicK
('byron, Dleta Alpha Epsilon, Delta;rastrwh 7c:.Itteigote
Tanl Upsilon. 7:45, Delta Upsilon: idIes, i drivent in the usual fashion.
Kappa Nix, Nit Sigma Nu, Tan Kappa The driver is hidden from view un-
Epsilon, Phi Beta Delta, Phi Chi. 8:15,: der the dashb~oardl where a tiny comn-
P.hi Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Tan, Phi partmrent has been made for him. Ah
Sigma Delta, Pi Lambda Phi, Sigma small windlow onens on to the hood
Alpha MurTheta Chi, Phi Sigma Kap- (through which the operator l«ooks
pa. 8:45, Phi Kappa, D~elta Sigma ;while driving;. Since it has been in
Phi Alha apn labda Alha.Rhouse, the car has been free from any
ChiAlpa Sima hi.annoyance from speed cops. princip-
ally becaime the b~affled offi cers have
BOWLING as yet been unable to locate anybody
All second round scores for singles, 10 arrest. The machinle is ownedl by
(oubles and class bowling must be in the Wolverine Exhibitors, D~etroit. and

aiuzig andI Polandl over territory is declared to lie imminent by Frenchmen
y report t hat lDanzig is an arsenal of rifies and machine guns andl that the
a third of a million, can armn 60,000 men at the first call. Other nations
m warfare, inasmuch as D)anzig is suppos~ed to lie a neutral city under the
s. Above: a view of D)anzig; at left President Sahni of D~anzig.

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Read 'The Daily, "Classified" Columns
Normal College Ypsilanti, Michigan
Thursday, March 19, 1925, 8:00 P. M.
ST. MATTHEW PASSION
Music by Johann Sebastian Bach Frederick Alcxander. Conductor
Normal College (Choir' (Ypsilanti) ....................... 150 Voicets
North 'XX oodtlwar(l Cong regational Choir (Detroit)......50 Voices
Prepared by Russell Gee
Choir of Children...................................... 75 Voices
Prepared by Miss Clydle IFoster
Chorale (Choir (Singing from the gallery) ................. 75 Voices
Prepared biy Mrs. Grace WX. Wheelock
Admission, $1.,'0

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There is nothing likea
STETSON
OST young men today
know the importance of
looking fit. Good ap-
pearance ,counts mrch
in the game of life. The young
man who dresses with taste has
a decided advantage.
But--it is surprising how little
thought the average man gives
to his hat. It is his crown, yet he
seems to stop dressing at the neck.
Be careful in your selection of
your headwear. When you buy a
hat, select a Stetson. Its style is
right, its' duality means long wear.

be elimin~atedl.
"Driverless" Car
Comes To Haunt
Cap ightScee
The headless hor seman of Irving';
f: it stictale, "The Legend of' Sleepy;
!follow,"' has come from his natural
r;-trroun'hings to hiaunt the scenQ _01
(,a p Night in the rmodernizedl formrl
of a. "driverless" ant omob~ile. Its
mysteries have aroused the curiosityv
of all who have seenr it, and many and
vrae1(,d have been the speculations r^-
garding the method employed ine its
.entrol. Some have suipposed it to
lie run and 'controlled by radio, oth-
ors that a number of powerful mag--

IS Exit it ycat 101- UQVCl'LJ-,iiig .1

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Ire have on'me ver c('01iei
Iiie''oldhi
WithI
Louis Cto ndfe s
RHONE .1064
Wlatch i is c Da i

' freshness" Ca diesj
W itter siveets, 6oc .lb.
Milk Chocolates, 45c lb.
Wion-Bans9, 6oc lb.
Nuts and Fruits, $1.00o lb.
G ~Peanut Crisp, 50C lb. t
Glazed Nuts, 65c lb.
Next to Arcade Theatre

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-WAN'I'2+.I) -- Secretarial posit ion in
University by l1 clhig-an graduai te
with experience onl(alinpus. Re-
ply to -Box 78.
rWAN'El-Students to see our type-
writer bargains. Good machines for
}sale or rent. S A. Moran, 711 N.
University Ave., Room 2.
WANTEI-Transpor'tation for two
"pass+ ngers with party driving east
for Spring vacation. Write Box 77a
for interview.
WANTED -Have about $10)."0 cash1
for x. good IFord roadster. Call1
1037-M.

Read the Want Ads1 ed h an d
The Barbecue Inn a
Is a handy place to eat. We keep
the home fires burning and are alwayss
ready to serve you an enj}2yable lunch.
1 40! South Strate Street I'itot&' 294-11'
F C oc p

TALKING IT OVEk!
ABOUT THOSE NEW-

-NOTES typed, reason, ,Ile i a')es.
Phone 2406i.
W ANTEDJ--irl for light cleanling, one0
hour a dlay. 1705-W.
WANTED-A comafortable room in
privatec home by University gr-adu-
x att .Write Box No. 80it}ilichigam
tDaily.
( 'EN I'IN ,f EM IO'tT Ir) IiELEES I
To reduce our large stock: we are
offe ing; these at actunal ('0st.
I Icr( is your opportunity to buy a
real ike at thes price usula ly (ciharedl
for an ordinary instrumrent.;
7N IV EIIITY .a1lUSI( HI l';
Maynard ;and WIilliaml
2S,'07-i Can't Reali e
D)oss My Sweet ie lDo -:and flowV
sung by Marion II arri.

New Spring Arrivals
NECKWEAR--$1, $1.25, $1.50
COLLAR ATTACHED S I TS
Plain and Colored
1 ~$2.00 to $4-.0

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Undier t he Aulspiees of Dr. Earl B. 11ubibell, C'hicago
36 DAYS
In Great Britain, Holland France and Belgium
FE'or $330.00
(Inc luding, all mnecessary expenses)
iPor t'ildlo1 radantes, Teachers, Students, Members of Alumnae and
l ~Others Interested in Educative TravelEI
Sailing; from 31 outreal ,i une 0111i, 13th, 201 Ii, 27tht, Jully 4th, 11th
and fromui-New 1tork Jiune 25th
By t he magnificent new S. S. '"Doric" and ''Regina" (the largest ships
from .Montreal), thme 'Megantlic''andl "Canada" and lthe new
S. S. "Blelg-enland" from Newv York.
En:mdrsed lyby l. FIranJk Codly, President Michri an State Board of Ed-
ncat ion and Superintemndent of Schools of the City of Detroit.
E . For Particulars Apply to
icenised antd Bouded
1A T ''T KTd-%" r T 4 r% C""" Pw K &'%I m rrw ww r r

SPRING TOPCOATS
AT LUTZ'S-
"I like the length of mine," said Phil:.
"It is 47 inches long!"
"The pattern and fit of mine is certainly great !
I am well -pleased," said Bill.
"And howv the price suits~ny pockaetbook,"~ said Will.
"Mine cost thirty dollars!"

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