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PRID AY, MAROTI 20, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACT: S1.VPN

LA SFECOLUMN THW KOEH{LER ADISES
AT 3P.M. ADVERTISING ATL3PM. IFORET rpnglAlru

To Debate Illinois Tonight

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Compare Guibransen Music With
Anything Else You Hear

RE:ADERS A"lTE''N .'O-N--rhis advertising' is for your benefit, and you
a l%; urge"A to tile advantatge of these columns. Jimmie will be glad to
help ycou find yoimr lost articles, to help youx sell or buy thrn this miediumi.
Cal1l at thie Press building where you will be given immediate and" efficient
servic..
FRomn JE T

FOR RENT-.Garago. I1340 Volland St.

Wiatch Th'lis Space Daily

INOTICE

i esjeriiy'v loiriagilo as very
clos.4 Thisj15 (istrict may b e
2iitxt.

3807-I Can't Realize
Does My Sweetie lDo- nd I loW
sung by Marioni Harris.
2816-P)eter 'Pan
Everything You Do
flayed by IBenniei Kruoger's
Orchestra.

Re sure you
depenidablhe
a lice.

Illve sufficient :11141
iniidstorin Insur.

WILL -TIDE PERSON NV IIO '110h
'VIlHE ('A!IMAGNOLEr, IET'RN IT
TI O R OX. SI MICHIG(AN lAILY
t AND R~ECEIVE $5 RIEWARD . -No
QUESTI~ONS.I

With
Louis C. Andrews
PHONE 306#
Watch11This Spai clDaiily
'WANT ED

Elimniialiof(d vasi e in lBY-11roduvi~s
j As 'aflle 1"w~lier
SPEAKS AGAIN TONIGH1T
Elimination of waste in the use of
forest; produicts was the main topic
(iscussed lby Arthur Koehier of the
Forest Products laboratory in his talk
at 4:15 oclock yesterday afternoon in
the Natural Science auditorium. HeI
amplified his lecture with slides and
jmotion pictures.
One o1 the& newest uses found~ for
wood which Mrli. Koehler milentioned1
was the feeding of treated sa wdulst Ro
cattle. The "hydrolizedi' sawdust. may v
ire fed in pla~ce of grain and it has
been found that it is fully as nutri-
tious. Preparation of it is madle byj
treating with wear~ acid. The acid
transforms- part of the wood to sugar
which furnishes the food value of the
compound~.
1Another research problem being ex-:
aminedI by the :Madison laboratory is
the laminating of wood. Glued wooden
joints are found to be much stronger
than solid1 wood. This property is
made use of in the manufacture of
aeroplane propellers. And the leetn-
er thinks that in time, use of smaller
timb~er, than is now cut, will l)e made
possible by laninating the smaller
Ipieces.
jMr. Koehler will speak again at;
7:30 o'clock tonight in the Natural'
Science audlitorium on "Closer Forest

*amcs J .. l)11Iiiii2s c>3 N. C. Boweinsox, 1'71.1.GII)r,'7

_-Miichigan's negative team which left for Ui
(onight . Iro. L. AT. ich, of th~e pub>lic speaking
t he atfirmat ive teamn representilug Illinois in the
t hem.

Jbana yesterday to meet
department, accompanied
annual NMid-West (debate

IHere, indeed, is the ideal mu-
sic~al instrument for the home.
It p~rovids lie best of piano
music whenever you want it.
It supplies whatever types of
music you prefer. And you
play it, with your own exp~res-
sion and feeling.
The Gulbransen Registering
Piano is a permanent invest-
ment in good piano music, eas-
ily played. It dloes not go out
of style. It requires no expen-
sive upkeep. It is just as up-
to-date as the latest roll ypu
play on it.
The Gulbransen costs little,
if any, more than other forms
of musical entertainmnft for

the honme. It knits folks close-
ly together. Gives each one
something that no other instru-
ment does-the thrill and pleas-
use of personally playing piano
muusic with real expression. It
is not an expenfse at all. Rather
an investment that daily pays
b~ig returns in entertainment
andl accomplishment worth
wvhi le.
The Gulbransen can be bought
on convenient terms of pay-
mnent.
Your silent piano has a cash
value when traded in on a
modlern grandl or upright Gul-
bransen Registering Piano. Let
us tell you what it is.

Water Softener The softener is now in partial ue
A bout Cantsplete l Lille, France, March 19.-An exag-

Four Models-Nationally Priced
$450 - $530 - $615 - $700
Schacharle & SoMusic House

Cliff Edward's New Itecord
Cheaten andI I Buy the Ring
All Cliff's Records 50c.
CON N 11FSICi SHOP
Our nI(deratts prices make it possible
for all to have FRESh hHOME
GROWN FLOWVERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO. I
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630f
Rugs shampooed or (lust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.

WANTED--Secretarial position in
University lby.lMichigan gradluate
withx exp~erience on campus. Reply
to Box 78.
WANTED -- Secretarial position in
U.niversity by Micligan graduate
Iwith exlperience on campus. Re-
ply to Box 78.

By the latter h~art of the week, the
water softener, the Latest equipment
to be add~ed to the power plant, will
be in full operation. All connections
have been made, and it will not be ne-
ce .sary to further curtail tihe hot wat-
er supply to the University buildings.

geratedl hump-back of a Valenciennes
physician resulted in (discovery of a
jlplot to smuggle 'French securities out!
of the county.
There will he -a meeting of Masques
at 4 o'clock Friday in the parlors of
Blarbour gymnasium.

110 South Main

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WANTED-Students to see our type-, Utilization, the Prop of a Sound Forestl
writer bargains. Good machines for' Policy."
sale or rent. S A. Moran, 711 N. j____
University Ave., Room 2. . 'f. 't~ ip 17A; I

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YARDLEY'Q'S

MtA RTI AL WA SH!ING TONCA N DI
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119 E.
Liberty.

NWrFKS typed, reasona ble rAves.
:h$ione 2406.

DANCE AT l)EXTEit
Opera IIOuse
Saturday March 21st, 9 p. m.
Music by the
MELODY MASTERS
Centlemen 50c Ladies 35c
Compla(cts, watches and picture
frames of the most exqIiisite jewelry
selections. These. arc especially
priced for the spring season.
A It, N 0OJ1:1)
State Street eweler
LOST
LOST-A dress shirt, tie and collar
inside of the Whitney theatre. Phone
251.

Intramuralltems
(Continued from Page Six)
All those wishing to compete should
sign up immediately.

j 7 L .LYL .1 U L (l-l
3Weekly Paper As
Journalism Work
IStudents in the department- of rhet-
oric and journalism will publish a
f our-page weekly editorial and feature
paper, according to an announcement
b~y Wesley H1. Maurer, an instructor

Perfumes
Bath- Salts Soaps
Face Powders
Etc.
You can get these popular English toilet goods
at our Store

in that department. The first issue
John Freedman won the all-campusI will be placedl on sale about March
foul-shooting tournament that was 31. Seven issues of this paper, which
completed last week. His score was will be titled "The Alichigan Journa-
70 successful shots out of 100. Mil-I ist,"will be printed (luring the pres-
ton Goldhammer was runner-up with1 ent semester.
a score of 75. Throughout the tourn-! Editors throughout the state will
~ament the competition was extremely assist in publishing the paper, each

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LOST-A pair of shell rimmed glasses
in Senior March from Union to
Whitney. Finder please return to
Martha Cook.
LOST-i-Ini January, circular mosaic
breast-pin, three (love design, fil-
igree border. Rewardl. Phonet
526-M. 721 Forest.
TAI LORS
A TAILOR-1MAlE SUIT
Will satisfy your taste, and fit
you best.
WILD THE TAILOR
113 South Main St.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-An extra goodl rooming
blouse showing an income of $170.-
00 per month besides entire first
floor for family. Student funiture
included1. It will pay you to see; it.
Phone 2438.
FOR SALE- Buescher 13-flat tenor
sax 4 years old. V(ery little used.
ne'arly goodl as new. Chance to save
$75 on a first class sax. Terms. Call
Geo. Greene, 3595-J after 6:00 P. M.F
1008 Cornwell Pl.
FOR SALE-Guitar in very good condl-
Lion. Can b~e usedl either as a Haw-
aiian or Spanish guitar. Apply to{
Box 79 M~lichigan Daily.
FOR SALlE----Modem'n seven room house
south of campus. Price is right.
Termns. Call owner, Phone 3290.
BEAUTY SIIOLTES
Three expert marcellers. Shingle
trims. Soft water used at all times.
l)IMA'.TIA BEAUTY SIIOLTE
(Above Gushing's)
BLUE BIRD HAIR SIHOT'

cliose, and it was impossible to pick a
winner until the final round. Fred-
man's score was four points lower
than the winning score made last
year.
Tampai, Flu., March 19.-Two young
Senators were released today by
Bucky 1Harris, manager of the world
series champions. Infielder Tanne~r
and Outfielder Rheinhardt were sent
to the Memphis team.
Minneapolis, Minn., March 19.-
Ray Rasey of St. Paul, forward of the
University o1f Minnesota basketball
teqmi has been selected to captain the
1925 court five, it was announced to-
day.

issue being pulblishedl by a different'
editor. The editors who will co-oplel-
ate with the (department aire: E. J.
Ottaway, Port Huron Times-Herald;
J1. E. Campbell, The Owosso Argus-
Press; W. F. Sanders, Trenton Times;
Joseph Wedda, The Polish Daily
Record, Detroit; Norman HI.11il1,
Sault Ste. Marie News; Stuart H-.
Perry, Adrian Telegram ; and A. L.
Miller, The Enquirer andl News, Bat-I
le Creek.
"While the paper is to be primarily
a laboratory for the students in theE
curricula of journalism," said Maurer,
"'it has as its p~urplose also, to point:
out the need of a permanent labora-I
tory for the students studying journ-
alIismn at this University."
"Mr. Maurer exp~lainedl that most
schools and departments of journalism
throughout the country p~rint either a.
regular city (daily, a school paper or
an editorial sheet. 1-l"e pointed out
that the work (10one in schools where
a laboratory was provided is mnacli3
imore effective. Editors and news as-'
sociations, he saidl, indhicat~e their pre-
ference in this matter, by constantly
(VtwnL ni taen dret"ro tes

Paragon Hats
A newv. sh;Ii~ec'n of Paragon hats has just come in.
The latest sh~apes and colors feature this new ship-
ment1. The Paragon label in each hat assures y)ou
that these hats are made of the finest [clIs available.
You'll ia Paragon flat.
Topcoats
A limited number of Spring Topcoats arc being
offered this weeA, at
$25 and $30

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ATTE'NTION
Approximately 30 women of
the senior class attended the
annual Senior supper held 'Pues-
dlay evening in the Union with-
out paying their adlmission fee
of $1. This means that the sen-
ior supper committee is short
$30) in their accounts, as the af-
fair was) planned only to cover
expenses, not for profit. Reser-
vations were limited this year to
380, the number expected by the
committee to attend. Records
from previous years were unat-
tainable and the women in
charge necessarily had to place
a limit, (hue to the seating cap-
a city in the Union. However,
these 30 women obtained places
early which forced thme chairman
to seat women, who presented
tickets but could not be served,
in the main (ining room of the
Union.
The Senior supper committee
requiests that women .who attend-
ed the banquet but failed to
pay admittance, enclose $1 in an
envelope and send to Elsa Ohl-
macher, 1414 Washtenaw, in or-
der' that the accounts may bo
balanced as soon as possible.

schools. I.-
"Work students (d0 for publication!
is of an entirely different nature than Suits -
that lone for routine Class assign-
ment," Mr. Maurer statedl. "Also the-A ro
Iwork can be graded from its publi- The famuous Adler-Baltimore suits in popularF l r
i laboratory is indispensible to journal-- Sp ring weights findclolors are here for you1r A n n1111o
jism curricula." lJroa.
I"The printing of the four-page edi- i opn
tion isa big contrib~ution on the part)
jof these editors," Mr. Maurer said, !-Cma -f
i"and their co-operation is significant.; Men's1 Furnisingls
Editors realize the practical benefitsT
of such a laboratory." L .EADING FLORISTS
As part of the laboratory work in( Anything in the lvay of ment's furnishings may Store 122 East Liberty St. Phone 1630. S
the feature writing class of last se eotie ee
mester, the sale of feature ar ticles b otindhee
was encouraged. Nerl all the stu-n Greenhouses 1021 Maiden Lane. Phone 2190. fl17-
{dents in the class were successful in
iselling their manuscripts to many jD EIJ PI iEJ E2vIsIrs 'wELCOME
papers over the country. r T E=
BudaestMar.19.-A supicius:2 13 East Liberty St.
looking an inaragsfoun alee on I
a park 1bench, was identified as the 4tiiiiiIlliIIIi 11IiII1ji1hiiI IiII1ih i 1iIhIINlIIIf1 11III1i1ihII1hlIIIIUII~II111i:ii;gi
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Lower The Cost"'
K KI R SCHB1A UM CLOT"HES of Dressing Well:!.
II Two Trouser Spring Suits $35.$4O and $45
wi The fabrics are Pure Virgin Wool-That means a lot
!=Just around (1cv ' Q j yr hree hundred and nine
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5NICKEL'S ARiCAD)E-3168
Permanent Waving and Marc alling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St,.
SHOES
1IiA ll(;IS 1BOOTIE UY, W E wriTAR-.
('AI)1E. Get a pair of those light
tan smooth leather oxfords for that
sprming suit, Th'ie Kind that Ray has
in the Wuerth Theatre Arcade. Buy
them from hzim andI save money.
Your choice $8.50.

I BASKETBALL SCHIEDULE
Today
3:10 P. M.- Martha Cook vs.
IWestminster.
I Tuesday
4:00-P. M.-Delta Gamma vs.
-I Kappa Delta.

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