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FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1925

THlE MICIUGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

THI REGEN CONDUCT
COLUMN111 S FCOLUMN
CLSSgsMo~ TR3 P.M. A V R I NGAT 3P.M IIILUU IIU

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ATTENTIO'N SElOR

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Senior litterary (class invita-
tions and announcements will
be on sale in University hail this
week only. (Dues may be paid
between now and May 15 when
the invitations will be delivered.)

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ll1 E\, .A NI) LANI aA DI ES-- ~This col-
j, n iun I , for your'bevfit?, and for ille!
good of 11he Conllnuilki3. Youe I1notI
urged nor are you t eiupelled to usel
it, I-,atve ask you to read and usef
the Classified ('ohiunns if for inothin
else' but your ownin uterests. You
play use a Classified ad evecry day o
r once a month Joy slimply coming ill)p
to the olitice. Ask for 1Jimmie or any
of the Classified men to help you out.
NOTICE!
Rugs shampooed or (lust cleaned. I
Ann Arbor Carpet 'Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.
31argis Bootery Shop) WnerthIi Th1eat1re
"Comparison is the Safest Guide."j
z t i$5. G-$8.t 0-$S.t G-$S. i0 MEN I
$6.i.$6- .50-.p6. )) iO$. (} LAIES
Complete your edlucation
(ET EICATORt SHOES
Our moderate prices make it possible
for all to have FRESH HOME
GROWN FLOWERS.
0 ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
3 l TIIA WVASRINGTON CANDY
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119 E.I
Liberty.
Compacts, watches and picture
frames of the most exquisite jewelry'
selections. These are especially

FO~RSALE
$165 VEGA professional tenor banjo.
Almost new. With case. Call Lar-
ry, 13104.
FOR SALE-Dore touring car, good
shape, $75. Call Franks 1104.
FOR SA LE--Nine room house three
blocks from the campus. Second
floor shows, an income of $170.00
per month. Student furniture will

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Dr. L. It. Dice, curator of mammals
at the Muesum, was granted, a leavej
from April 1 to :Dec. :5 to carry on
investigations in Utah for the Univer-
sity. Dr. A, L. Dunham of the history
department was granted a year's leave
of absence for purposes of study.
Other leaves of absence for the first
semester of next year were granted
to Prof. Earl V. Moore of the School
of Music for p~urposes :of study abroad,
Prof. J. A. C. Hildner of the German
'(department, Prof. C. IH. Kauffman of
the botany department, and Secretary

European Tours
For College Men and Women
SUMMER 1925
64 Days
$395 and up
College credit up to 8 hours
if desired
For full particulars addres
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
?ours Division
110 East 42nd Streot New York

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ao . College Seal Stationery
I-ff~ith NAME and ADDRESS
100 Envelopes. iPslald
Your name anodaddresein three lincs with
National Social Fraternity Printed in lieep dignified black ink
on 200 sheets,.13x7 in., heavy kid fi nish 24-1h. Bond and 108
envelopes to mateh with sal omitted. Write order carefully
and sand with S$1AIM bill or $1.10 if west of Denver.
COLLEtGIATE STATIONERY CO.
304 S. Dearborn St. Chicago, Illinois

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priced for the spring season.
A R NOiL)
State Street Jeweler
Spring Bargain
An unusually attractive girl's Lea-
gue House of ten rooms is being of-
fered for a few dlays at $11,000.00.
The~cre is-an entrance hall, living room,
dining room, kittlien, and b)ed room!
on the first floor. French doors, fire-
lla.ce, good fitures, and oak wood-
work.
A suite and tw very large rooms on
the second floor-large closets, and
excellent bath.
Trhird floor is well finished, and has
two lam~e rooms each with closet.
Four part basement with toilet andl
laundry conveniences. Steam hreat.
t'iThe income from this house is better
than $200.00 per month.
As the price is low, a good dlown
payment is being asked. Call 2438.

be sold with the house. Phone 2438. L. A. Ilopkins of the engineering col-
TYPW~iERSlege. Dr. E. S. MlcCartney editor of
CHECK GMA'IL1N ES, OFCEA- scholarly publications, was granted a
('EC IIIES, FIE l leave fo-oeUPPLIEheSegnt
0.LI). ES, UPPLIE accept drth oe resignation on leave of
01)7 Nicel rTJLLProf. 'John Airey, director of the -on-
17 Nckel Arade ineeingshops.
WANTEDThe Regents, granted the following
______________________________ degrees in law, medicine, and dentis-
MEN, Forestry Students, preferably try: Bachelor of Lawes: Edward F.
.from smaller cities, who want Out- Conlin; Delmar WV. Doddridge, as of
door Work during Spring Vacation. the class of 1924; Cecil F. Galloway.
See Mr. Hlascall at 806 Hill, Satur- IA. B.; Roy C. Goodhew; Joseph V.
day from 2:30 to 5:30. Hodgson, A. B.; Benjamin J. Manley;
- William R. Seibert, as of the class of
MEN, Preferably from smaller towns, 1924; Marion B. Stahl, A. B.; and Bien
who want to make money Spring W. Winters, A. B.
Vacation. See Mr. Hascall at 8061 Master of Laws : Joseph Tuch, LL.B.
Hil, Studayfro 230 o 530 (Comparative Law School of China),
WYANTED TO BUY Olt LEASE A B. B. A. (University of Washington),
1I0ITSE SU.1ITABLE FORt A FRA-I as of the class of 1923. Doctor of
TEINITY OF BETWEEN :30 AND. Medicine: Ruth C. Snyder. Doctor
40 31EN. ADDRESS BOX 84, of Dental Surgery: Stephamuas Kru-
MICH'1. DAILY. ger.
LOST Moving Mountain
LOST-Thursday, dark brown collie1 Obliterates Part
pup with white front paws. Please Coord
call 2093-R.I Of C lr d Road
LOST-Ladhies Black Shiny. Leather Mekr-o. arh2.Mee'
purse Saturday night with gold MekrCo.,ach2-eer'
fountain pen, initials L. E. R. Re- "moving mountain," a p~eak approxi-
ward. Call Box 83, Mich. Daily. inately 2000 feet high, is steadily trav-
______________________________________elling westwardl in what has turned
LOST-Duinhill briar (rough) -pipe,,, out to be one of thre most. serious
straight stem, short bit, slightly of a number of similar disturbances
burned on front edlge, on March 24 in past years. The peak is moving
between Packard andl Forest on H ill,j at the rat e of somei two feet each
or inl an alley leading off H-ill to theo hour, and has nova entirely obliterated
Phi Lambda Phi House. Call 1037-J ,,evoiral hundred feet of the main road
v~n( ask for Allen. between Meeker and Rifle, Colorado.
____________________________The movement in two (lays has totaled
ItEAL ESTATE apiproximately 100 yardls.
ATTENTON! !According to residents, the slope of
the peak, which was or'iginally at an
SORORITIES FRATERNITIES angle of 45 dlegrees, is "rolling down"
We are offcring a fourteen room! to a less steep inclination. (Close oh-
brick house for sale. North of Camp-
servers report that tremors onl the
us. Lot 123 ft. frontage and 294 ft. mountainside, resembling a slight
deep. This house is a real buy at1 ocean swell, are quite visible. The
$' 5,000. Very small (down payment.
I ekwas reportedI by residents to
I rouse neds complete redlecorating. hae "shifted" slightly back in 1909.
(all Mr. Newton with _______ ______
CHARLE L. BROKS Pay for your Subscription today.
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IWashington, March 26.-E. L. Doheny, oil magnate, his wife, two of the
directors of his concerns, are now objects of a suit by the government for
$904,551.52 in taxes, which, it is claimed, were due for 1919. The govern-
i merit says the defendant's report for thle year showed a net taxable in-
come of $11,664 whereas it should have been $2,101,345.
In the case of William Boyce Thomp son, a~t one time chairman of the
finance committee *of the Republican party, it is contended that dleductions
of $597,000 for stock losses, unsubstantiated b~y adequate (data, weire made,1
andl also that a huge profit in ore lands had not been properly taxed.
Subscribe for The Michigan Daily Pay for your Subscription today.

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D~o yo kiow Ithalt only One1-
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thle recent tornado carried tor-
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A little study of the above kill
prove thiat we are not always
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TUBo;" of Kupponhtmu

3Larc-els by Students 24c.
Also expert cllreels1
B3EN 'UT FY'S BE AU.TY S1HOP
106 F. Liberty St. Phone 21568-3.
Three export m arcellers. Shingle
trims. Soft water used at all times.
DIMATTIIA 1BEAUTY SILOP1PE
(Above Cushing's)
BLUE 131tH) IlAIl S11OP
5 NICKEL'S ARtCADE-3I6S
Permanent Waving and Marcailing
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.{
,fly p1 WITI' N G
Tylrewrilting and 1 inteograph in g
promp~tly and neatly dlone. Sixteen
years experience among Michigan
students.
17 NcesArcade
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SAXAPHONE REEDS
Special
Monday andl Tuesday Only
10 cenuts ea ch
University Music House
USED1)CARS
BARGAINS
1922 Ford Tuouring
1924 Chevrolet Touring
1923 Chevrolet Touring
1922 Chevrolet Coupe
CHIEVROLET SALES{
102 Ashley
Open Evenings

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Remington, r
machines als
UnderwoodI
CORZONA FOI
mueat in typ)
Price $60.00.
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FOR RlINT-

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rebuilt andl secondl hand l2 'I" ty
so new Remington and
Portables. We suggest
t egreatest ins riove-j L o iA n r w
,writers for twenty years. Lo i ,A dew
T1erms if desired. Insurance
1). 3101t11ILL,
Nickels Arctude IPhON)tE 3006t
iter and Stationery Store.1
FOR VENT 1j 'Watch This Space D~aiBY
-Six room house. 522 Elm. i

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see his way clear. He
wants to go to Eu-
rope-
But he does not know
of S.T. C. A. Travel-

He does not know that'~.
he can go at minimumD
rates in congenial
company.
If he did he would know that PROMINENT LECTURERS
and COLLEGE ORCHESTRAS are among the S.T.C.A. advantages
as well as the service of the HOLLAND AMERICA LINE.
Sailing June 20th and 27th
$155 ROUND TRIP TO ENGLAND

Your college organizer is:

THIOS. ('XVTA-AU dI, U. of Mlic i. Union

AUT1OMOBILE UYS
1921 'Dort, good Itimes, 1925 license $150
1919 D odge t eadster, goodl tires, fine'
paint job, accessories, $225
1924 Cheviviet Utility coupe with 1925
license, good tires
1923 Ford touring $1 50
1923 Star touring, good shape, easy
riding, $175

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206 W. Hluron
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211 SOUTH MAIN ST.
DOWNTOWN

III COLLEGE STREET, NEW HAVEN, CONN ECTICUT

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