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TIJ: T,, ARC ll24, 1D05

TIPMICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

ISO Pe; ER t >HiSS1
WIL StUD COO
offer'ed by ('!" , 1,11111 1 session I'lis
year.
In the dra3ftling; rooml pi'ohlonis of
coast rtwt jell wiLL :w v orked out:; anil
a study wvill be flacle of the reqaie
]iwezt of (Hvarious classes5 Of hiI llflg
au~l of the artistic lx)05511)11 ii of
l;1iilding mzaterials. Training rviii be
givenl the student in corn )o~it ion;, in
D~ian1, section, elevation, and~ perspect.-
ti ve'; and ini (Iafltsiua ussip and ronder-
ing in line, black-and-wrhiteC, and(
Prof. A. J1. Rousseau will be in
charge of, all work in archlit ectul
design. Two co'Osics in ol,;mlentary
architect ura l dlesignl will offer study
in form, dIrawing andI rendering, andl
wvili call for' solutionl of introdluctory
p~roblemsh in (designl. Two sim nl :
courses will also be offered sm iidemts
withl two yearis of studIy ill architec(.-
ure, niclu ding one year of design. More
ex viided probilems will be met inl
(:011 i-'.) 9m iiIt 10which will be0 oz)"";
to) si ients in their IOcU]'th year.
I,! t'our so 4, a. study olf the or-ders,
1110.1 c~l Jttoiy work' 1;viii be g~v ,le inl
din \v in~g and rendering of a rchiteetura 1
i',ork in outdoor free-hl d raw-
vag ill be offered under the direc-
Ii an of' .1 e n P aul sluss -r of Y o l . Ci ewsW li ~ .lw
e~~ tiln life nil IIIVoraile, Cte Class v ili
wci k inl i~hr a i'chitcc nra I coilog<

Torna o Leaves Trail Of

DTomYi- '

Waltch1IThis Space Raly

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AM1) 'IlE W'INI) I BLEW-"
Tha~e ,who lhad w indstoIrm hI.l
siirtnce were wise--01i- others
sorry-
III whlich(class5 would4IYou
1uv ie Ibeen '
1IR. MIUNDITS
With
Louis C. Andres
PHONE 3064
Watchi This Space Danily
BLUE BIRD HAIR SHOPw
5: NICKEL'S ARCADE,3168
P~eiIrmaent Waving and -Marcaling
MA Ch AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
FOR SAl1,E

'L. C. Smith, Underwood, Royal, I__________________
Reniington, reb)uilt andl secondl hand '.ITAl'ha Epsilon Mu pin. Name
Inachines also now Remington and cen b tck. Please cell 779. Rew aid.
Undlerwood Portables. We suggest
CORONA FOUR the greatest improve- LOST--In January, circular mosaic
ment in typewvriters for twenty years. 'Breast-prin, three dlove design, fil-
Price $60.0. Terms if desired. igree border. Reward. Phone
(l .1) ORRII. 526-14. 721 Forest.
17 1icliels Arc-de
'rho Typewriter and Stationery Store. t PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS

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ITANTE 1)
WANTED-Student girl to help with
light house-work and( care of child
after'noons. Call 1909-R.
WANTED--fraduate student dlesire's
companion to hike to New Yorki
duiring vacation. Box 82 Michiigan
Daily.
WANTED-Secretarial 'position 1in1
University by Michigan gradluate}
with experience on campuI])s. Re-
ply to Pox 78S.

Dancing~
WXe are open now. Private
lessons dlaily, both modern
and classical. Adult class
every Monday and Friday. Fifteen
i-hour class lessons for $4.00. , :Free
daincing, 8:30 to 10 _p. m.
Enrol l, Now.
'FERRA(',: GARIWkN l)AN CI
STUIOS

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FOR SALE-An English Bull pup.
Four mionths old. Pedigreed. Call
1739-M.
FOR SALE-1920 Ford touring.
Starter, goodI tires, mech. perfect.;
2809-R.
FOR SALE-1921 Ford touring, starter
and demountable rims, fine shape.l
1925 plates. 1358 Geddes Ave. 738-W.
FOR SALE-Two six room houses-
both convenient to the Campus. Each
only $6000.00. $1000.00 will handle
either one. 'Call 2438.
AIMI)1NG MAC(HINES, rTYPE VRIrEIIS
(HE(I'K IVII;RS, OFFICE AP-j
PIANES, $IPPIJES
0. P. MORI{ILL,
17 iNickels Arcud3
'I'YPE WIUTE 1RS
' Phione 866
For Typewriter Repairing
(all makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,
Standard and Portable adding ma-
chinres.
Anni Arbor Typwriter Exchange
10 Savings Bank Bujilding.

Ii- SECOND SERIES 1925 (COLLEGE T0' IRSIL
TO EUROPE
Unader' the Auspilce; Of Ir, 1Earl B. hfill 1, cic go

In Great Britain, Holland France and Belgium
For $330.00
(Including all necessary expenses)
For Undergradluates, Teachers, Students, Members of Alumnae and
Others Interestedl in Educative Travel
Sailig from Mont real JIune 0411, 13th, 20th, 27i i, J1uly 4tha, 11th
,wnd fronm New lYork June - 25th
By the magnificent new S. S. Doric" and "Regina"; (the largest ships
from _Montreal), the "Megantic" and "Canada" and the new
S. S. ".Belgenland" from Newv York.
Endorsed by Mr'. Frank Cody, President Michigan State Boar'd of Ed(-
ucat ion andl Superintendent of Schools of the City of ,Detroit.
For Particulars Apply to
,EP .EBE
Licenised wjd Bonded
FOR ALL LINES AND TOURS
C011 East.lhiron St., Arnn Arbor. Phone 1:354
Nate: -Speciail Stlifleiit Tours on T. S. Miles, White
Star, ('uniari, V( P., 'North G4ermnan Lloyd, Ptc., e.
)Iake reservation uiow.

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M ATS G IGNces to appear in thi~s column u' Ist
be left in t he box at the [)aIv flwce
I 4V'1idd for 'fat purpose 1"f1''C
6'jci :k re4ee~j~ing.thie dy of ic:;Ile.
°i' U'ESI)A Y
10 00-11roi' . FLiundquist E~iieem
'"l. I yclr anlic Laborialoriiesof I h ut ) ,
i31 roin 445, \West Eng;inEerib.'
4:00-Tryouts for thle auxn:a. Fcc
play he] o in room 202,' SeuthIiWing.
IA.;; C1ar-es E. 1Whitmore spleM s ol
"The Au tonomiy of 'Estlietics" in
r'omi:?2(.1, AngellilhallI.
4 ,---Prof. E. F. MBlker ,peaks on
"Anomalous Zeeman Efet"i)a.ifl5il
1041, newvMP"ysics building.
5:001-Aljdlahal ~:l LPsi 2niects a the-
Union.Wal
7 : i--.tll~Vainn¢r a'i..:mci iR, V'its
ermoan gymnasiunm.
7 : ff-..( lhia':al iUn ion rt''T ":ara '.' 1?fIe '
,Schoowl of Music.
sale 0of.1!f, 0gltods at I )rfno1hall.
7:10---Rnd reliearsal at headquarters.!
7 :1 5-11 "ita ry ball coinmitt e i meet s
in, -room l323, Union.
1 :3l0- :60 --IDiscussioni gr-oups in re-
ligion meet at Laine -hlal.
7 :30 -111'. lemelns club meafets in roomm
325x, Union.
7:02A 4lp hi meets out Mle Lourlb i
floor of Angell hall.

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T,1e ma') Shows the path cut 1)y the to n ado which in ilmed t ban u 1zv isstouli, Illinois and Indian a. killing

],tndreds -and d(estroying millions of dtollar:,,xvorth of p :olterNy.
tlie twPist's filry wxw, a '~ ra test.

;:.' ( [ ai ;:idi (ate 501o if( otw epoints xvhore

See what you save .t our

> i~--1niel'sily ;ie° uaic i u el'tsji roomt
C" . Latin buildling
vW IIN ES1)AY
1 i:15- Matfhue i a1 alclub has lunch.
(eonlat. the 1 nion.
t, t{DO-64>) Q 'ounreg a t tonal opent house
-Revo. Lt'yton Richards, guest.
6iE1 , :6-teiireat joitbaniquet ih]Ithe
Masonic Temple. Rev. Leyton Rich-
ards speaks on "Why John Bull
Loves Uncle Sam."
7 :1U,.-Ailmemb (sof thle 1ion011 uiefi,
in thIa m i ain,,ssemblly hall, Union.
:34-- Hco tn-VIp (clubsti okiei'at thle
l; nion.

THISTO
Oll COLUMN
CLOSES COE
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 PM.

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.READ1)ERS A 1.1-1, 'ENION- h"}«w aert for your }4) pbnfit, -and youl
are u'g'ed to takhe tadvatag ts<se c of ilm'we Jig iode -will be glad to
11611) you Ii id Your lost arti('cles, to ire ^ s vou sell or 1,iy I Iwo this mediumi.
C'all at the Press biiding whiere you v ll be givken ha mediate and efficient
service.

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Th 1 e libecue Inn,
The best place to go for deIciovzli,1htA lunches. Our
Barbecue Sandwiches particularly are good.j
440 South State Street lPhonte 2194S5-W

NOTICE
t 303 ycta t i 1aln Si reet
D~aint y Suner Matecrials,
link, Peach, White, and Gre'en.
1li arl"J" B0014'Iy S I a w11rtil I 'lhealre,
I'"Conpairison is the Safest G idte.''
jO(ur modorate prices make it possible

7i!.1 i'IIIXWA511kTQGIO VNI)Y
I reh every Friday, Tice's, 119 E. I
Lib erty.
Ira tii('5softhe lu1otstexquiisiteC je.welry
st~lect(i 1011. Tiff'S C' are'especcially
rBced for the spring season.
~atN i')1,Iewle
,14A I LO R S
AIA I l LOR-M IAI)F, SUIT
Will satisfy your taste, anlI ft
you1) lt t.
WHAD)'PITET: .rILOR
113 South Alain St.
BEAUTY SHOPPES
SThree texper't marcellers. Shingle
trfin-, Soft water used at all times.
D)IMATTIA BEAUTY SHIOPP~E
(Above Cushing's)

made by Hart Schaffner & Marx
HALFNN KCE

One.T'hird Off

OneaQuarter Off
One-half One-third One-fourth

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=32

*for all to have FRESH HOME
GntOWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO..
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
Typn iit gand MIiieogra plhim
promply -.aind neatly done. sixteen
years experience among Michigan'
sfaudnts.

$30
$35
$40
$45
$50
$60
$65
$70
$75

Suits
Suits
Suits
Suits
Suits
Suits
Suits
Suits
Suits

and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and

Overcoats'
Overcoats
Overcoats
Overcoats
Overcoats
Overcoats
Overcoats
Overcoats
Overcoats

Off
*...$15.00
... .$17.50
... .$20.0
...$22.50
*. .$25.00
... .$32.50
.. .$35.00
... .$37.50

Off
$20.00
$23.33
$26.67
$30.00
$33.33
$40
$43.34
$46.67
$50.00

$22.50~
$26.25
$30.00
$33.75
$37.50
$45
$48.75
$52.50
$56.25

17 Nickels Arcade

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Read the Want Adsi

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.,. ' . F61,e ere We are
We landed at Cherbourg, where they had a runny toy Expanses
train to take us to Paris-no cow-catchers on th , engine.
Kitty's aunt met her on the tender and she said we trust
come and have tea some time at theim' home on the Ruff
de la Chat, in the Catier Latin. 'To Paris $3.00
Jack and I found a wonderful little cat pension hotel
near Kitty's over on the left bank wherea they have tile
best milk and fish and mouse grille. Bettern' we ever
had back in Murphy's Alley. And all for only $1.50
Today we got 18.60 francs for each of or $s, a:nd
tonight we're going to the original Folics, o1O cat, and
we're going in the proznenoiz-o for only- x0.25
Tack iust wet t n- afr a r ~ lr.llandb'I aw

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;:;oih tat tet
Ann Airbor, Michi.
usts and A~tternxs exclus'ivesy our own desiqn

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You have one of the finest stocks in this part of the country to .choose
from. It's bigger and finer this season than ever before. We prepared for
an unusually big spring and summer business before we leased our building
to the Kresge stores. Now all this new merchandise must be sacrificed so
that we can give possession as soon as possible.
These drastic price reductions are moving the clothes out of our store
just about as fast as we can fit them on our customers. W'e'd suggest 'that
you do not wait too long. m. -...
Hats, Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery
HALF PRICE"

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