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~A~RDA lA~h28, 1925

TIA IFMICI-JIGAN

DAILY

PAGR SEVEM~

THIS ITIIEi
COLUM N LDUCOLD N
' LOES ' .CLOSES
AT 3 P.M9.ADVER IS N AT 3 P.M.
tN41WE 1{S TO ItONX _N i BRits.
The following is a list o1 personls having ans;:wers to ads, which have not
yet been called for, 1'1 :sc call for them as soon01as possible, as they wil
he discarded April 1st.
Walter C. Young Mrs. B~oynton
L. A. Thorton t . Keubler
Mrs. errick J, Kennedy
r.W. K. Yamagata bKing Seeley Go.
13.1-Honeywell t.. Schet -
E. F. Greenman Evelyn Gray
F. W. llighztowcr E. 1R. Kendlall
A. C. Gruschow Boxes 13. R.,
Grace Webb _Li., and 13. L. Tr.
Ask for Uncle Antos or any of the stallinen to help you in your advertis-
ing. Read This column, and use it.

FOR SALE nIR mt 1, As an educator he served on the
$6 EApoesoa e rlZfi)LIIIIjII RI~l~J faculties of the University of Mich-
1(i, 1 G1 pocesionl teor anjo , .llffJ1iganU Harvard university. Dartmouth
1Almost new. With case. Cell Lar- t 'Y ZU K ~ IP~fIIT college, and the_ University of P'ennl-!
ry 304 flIFI~L rk!I4r ylvania, before going to Johns 1~li-
I' - )L-1o orn cr odkins university in 1906.
shape, $75. Call Franks 1104. Philadelphia. M\arch 27.-Aecording
to an announcement of the Academy Library Exhibits
ADIIYG AChIITNES, T1.YPEWRIITERtS of Natural Science, the first award
C'HECK WRITERS, OFFICE AP- o h oehLiyMmra ea Faculty .Por traits'
PLIANCES, SIUPLIES has been made to Dr. Hcrbert Spencer!I
0. ). D.IOIL7L, 'Jennings, '93, of Johns 11opkins uini-1 Forty-six finely drawn portraits, the

catch fine shades of meaning in black
anlwhite, andl to portray chlaracter 1 a cn
rp, prrat wr alWkthe e are open now. Private
from life, requir'ing about three h lerso n lssida.dl th oerns
of posing. The artist planned, at th every Monday and Friday. Fifteen,
outet f hs wrkto akesketches ;1-hour class lessons for $5,00. Fred
outmst of h workto mkedancing, 8:30 to 10 p. m.
ofms ftefcly, and the group; Enroll Now.
exhibited represents only half of the TERRAICE GARD)EN DANCING
p~ictures he has so far completed. STUDIOS
-L. A. 13. 22 Wuerth Arcade Phone 241-R

17ic WelS Arcarna versity for researches upon the
FOR ALEOn tat Streta lrgeprotozoa and rotatoria, and also be-
FOR ALEOn SateStret, lage.cause of his knowledge of biological
house that coulq easily be remodeled phenomena.
into small appartments and bring Dr. Jennings was born at Tonica,
an unusually large income on the Ill., in 1865. He graduated from the
investment. Call 2438.! University of Michigan in 1893 and
F4OR S ALE-Indian Light Scout 111- then studied at Harvard, holding soy-
torcycle for sale. Excellent condi- eral fellowships. In 1896 he -receiv-
tion1. Phone 1402-W. ed his degree of doctor of philosopy
I ~from the same university, lie studied
FOR SALE-Practically new 18 volt at Jena in 1896-1897 and in 1909 receiv

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iOT1CE
Itargis Bootery ShopeMierthi Theatre
"Comparison is tile Safest Guide."
$6.0.6.0-;6~0$6~6LAIES
Complete your edlucation

Our moderate~ prices make it possible
z for all to have FRESH HOME
GROW\N FLOWERS.
'= x F ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDY
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119 E.
Liberty.
Compacts, watches and picture
f ramnes of the most. exjuisite jewelry
selections. Those are especially
p~riced for the spring season.
ARN 011)
State Street' Jeweler
SUITS
$25-$30-$35I
HERMIIIAN THE TAILO)R
802 South State Street
Tdry our
/ Xelv'pee
aydichiqles,
f a H 1liburg.
('liiekeii
7 ~Cheese
We lelil-er
TYPE WRITr~ERPS
Phlone S566
For 'Typewriter Repairing
(call makes)
D~ealer in Wood stock typ~ewri ters,
Standard : 11( Portable adding ma-
c'hines.
Ann A 'h ye-i' ier Excbalige
') savinjgs ank Bu iaildlai.

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;battery in exceptionally good condi-
BEAUTY SHO0PPES I tion. Phone Lovenian 1104.
BLUE BRD HA1IR 11 SfloEFOR SALE--Canoe for $15. All wood,
SNICKE'S AR{CADE-31058 light andl fast. See it at 214 S. Ob-
servatory St., or phone 826-W.
Permanent Wa.ving and Marc,iing
MACK AND CO. WANTEDj
3rd Foor ain S.MlVEN, Forestry Students, preferably
ItYPEWR 1IT'IING from smaller cities, who want Out-
(door Work during Spring Vacation.
'Typo\wrifiiig and 3hlileograpiflg1 See Mr. H-ascall at 806 1Mill, Satur-
promptly and neatly dlone. Sixteen lay from 2:30 to 5:30.
years experience among Michigan
students." MEN, Preferably from smaller towns,.
0. 1). M01RRILL9 who want to make money SpringI
17 Nickels Arcade Vacation. See Mr. Hascall at 8061
________________________________ Hlll Saturday from 2:30 to 5:30. I
IIUSIC WANTED TO BUY OR LEASE A
HIOUSE SUITABLE FOR A EHA-
SAXAPIJONE REEDS 'TERiN ITV OF BETWEEN :'WEN30ANI1);
Special 40 )IEN. AJ)LRESS BOX ail,
Monday andl Tuesday Only illIII. DAILY.
it) CII$ (~hi ____________________________________

ed the honorary (degree of LL.D.
Clark university.

from;

TAILORS
A TAILORI-MAR)E SUIT
tWXill satisfy your taste, and fit
Syou best.
I ~ WILDl),11E TAILOR
113 South Main St.
tTYVP E WRI TERiiS
L. C. Smith, Underwood, Royal,
ERenmingt on, rebuilt an(d second hand
Emachines also new Remington andl
Ujnderwood) Portables. *We suggest
CORONA FOUR the greatest improve-
ment in typ~ewriters for twenty years.
P'rice $60.00. Tremls if desired.
0. 1). 3TORRILI,
17 Nickels Arcade
he Typewriter and~ Stationery Store.

gallery consisting almost entirely of
faculty subjects, are displayed this
jweek in the lower corridor of the
library. The work is by Leon Makiel-
ski, of the Architectural college, who
received a prize recently from the
(Detroit art institute for exhibiting the
best portrait in oil.I
Mr. Makielski's specialty has always
been oil painting, and he has gained
Imore than a local reputation for work
hoth in landscape and portraiture.j
H4is pictures have been displayed in
D:etroit, Chicago and Indianapolis and
have woon increasingly favorable comn-
iment. His latest venture into the
charcoal medium, to wvhich he has de-I
voted his attention for the past few
months, shows an amazing facility to
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Try This for Your Sunday Evening Lunch
It's Delicious!.
25C
Hot Toastedl Sandwiches, Salads,
Deserts, etc.
ARBOR FOjU NTAN
313 South State St.

Short. Cake

Roo Strawberry

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University Music House
USEI) (ARlS
B ARGAINvS
1922 'Ford Touring
1924 Chievrolet Touring
11)2;3 Chevrolet Touring
1922.?(Chwroiet Coupe
(ILIIOL.ET SALE~S
102 Ashley
O1pen1Evenings
- AUTOMOBILE BUYS
1921 1:ecrt. good tires, 1925 license $150
1919 Jodg;.e roadster, good tires, fine
isaint jolb, accessories, $225
1921 C'hevrolet IUtility coupe wvith 1925
license, good t ire's
192<I Fwrd touring $150
!1PJ-3 Star touring, goodl shape, easy
riding, $175
It. 11. Alber
' 206 W. Huron
Phone 1101
1 ~ AlTENTION!
t31ORITIES FRATERNITIES
We lire offering a fou rteen room
brick hiouse for 5<al . North of Camp-
us. Lot 123. ft.[ront age and 294 ft.

LOST
LOST-Thursday, dark brown collie
pup with white front paws. Please
call 2093-P.

BEAUTY SHlOPI'ES

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Three expert niarcellc rs. Shingle
trims. Soft water used at all times.
(Above Cushing's)

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! ,p25,000.
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2lmones

TIhis5 house isa refil buy at
'\Very small downm paymnlt.
n1yetis con plehte redIecorating.
Calii\M. No ton with
CHALtiES L. B3ROOKS
815-3552 -Evenings 2446

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Would it interest you to see a play
the scene of which is laid abroajd
a little ship that is steaming silent-
ly to the next world? -
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