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tVEDNESDt1Y, APRIL 22, 1325

THE MICIGANDAL

DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

~VEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1925 PAGE SEVEN

I! S I I ARRAIGN C BAUER ONu
T3PM. AVRTSINGEAT 3PM. CHGE 0 OFMRDER;

In Cabinet Again

INTRAMURAL
I TEMS
(Continued tromn Page Six)
1.484 vs. J. Spero; D. L. Neumannl
82-A vs. Niemnan 1061,1; J. Shapiro
117i0W1 vs. It. Weber 244511.

Small & Partner 2576W; Cobb & ti.,, delpartilnut of journalism:, the
Johnson 1070M vs. Sherwood & sijlool of music, and the departmenit
lBruske 63; Stein &,S Felix 1010) vs. nf" library science at this university.
It. A. (Coln & P'artner'245 Tolvs Cxovernor Ferguson has mrade a large
& Alderton 32201 vs. Vender & Koeh :nwm ber of ap:ipr~piation reductions,
S73; ?Meyer &- Benson 12731t vs. including those for other Texas
Shapiro & Partner 1 1701V; Knoepp& colleges.
lBrownbr dg;e 1399 vs. Kie izel & Ilar-________________
ri g.-, 777;11 Greensparr 6. Partner Austin. 'Tex.. April 21.-Possessing
051111 vs. Weinberg & Part ner 1104; ;oeflatomlinarso i
Fox: & Dunakin 163 vs. Levin S- Frei(I;laod, tha nivtwemityonTears istrol
mzan 152711; Ma:rsh & Marshall 1783Wland thea Univoersityoftexsfro al-i
vs. lPurskin & Partner 1463W. iigahndoe rfifrmti
source.

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Action'fah-eft AfterCi' omity Officialis I

iNO ICE REAL ESTATLE u ?,~eIeII l(ei~ ' TENNIS )Ot'ILES-
Wh --yWa(--- tuns-es-SO-' [rA'1sSCTON/ lyedfollowing matches must be
truks adeat propularunsat Real Hwill bECTyOrsifyouayedIT IJandl reported to the Intra-
i rnsmaea oplrpices atQ1ea 1piewllb yusif yu1 W LJL ER REPORTS i mural office by Monday noon, April'
KO('tl AND) HENNE purchase this unusual home. ._____ 27: Malory & Vaichis 1271 vs. Wilmot
Attractive front porch entirely glas-1 yti & IBriggs 23; Caraway & Cochran
pCompacts, watches and pitures hsedl in. Living room across the entire) 4iilhiii l 13. 1111(14 tOlast 111vsaSalh-Patnr'57W
-' frames or the most exquisite je~welry front of the house has large fire flon treef, Was tornmlly (chargod . rss&llrh> 114vsIrebr
-selections. These are especially; place and book cases with leaded glass1 yetrday with having imrdesed his&Pate153;ic-ry&Ae
Allwiced for the spring season. doors.j brother, Jolohine, oil the night of !.~:~ vat 371 vs. Bernshein & S. Eisenberg
A R N 0 L D fI Dinng room with built-in buffet, April 11. T his actioni was taken fol- I 128 oras& ate 81 s
t ?SaeSre eee l( he betqupd kitchen vF loing inve,~stigti1ns15 ade by county iMfLennan & Benham 55; uenzel
haand
Our moderate prices make it possible ( eeAis m yea. A laige sun rc tate f1(crs, ,1 atedonth Kopf 825W vs. Rtichel & Jloslin
fopl o aeF IIIhM parlor, and a toilet, and lavatory report that William Bauer hcad slept, 1797; Bartlett & Bartlett 344 vs.
fo l t ae RS HM complete the first floor. #ii the barn on t he Georg Alike farmii
~2. G1OWN FLOWER.S.IThenieseinchmestre obfed,' Doherty & Ducket 21068; J. W. Mc-
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO. slepig o~visli, "her J0111 Knight & Partner 3015 vs. Neumann
t1! "s22 E. Liberty. Phrone 1630 extra large closets, aind beautiful bath 1 Bane r < s fou d dead Sunday muoin- & Arthur 525w; Shaw & Lazarus
________complete the second floor. (inrlug. ui I2.I ua,^ j401 sBoert&Nimn05M
~ MARTHA WA~lI~GTON CANDY Dust proof coal andl ash bins, frut Tea;tsd'l a ~~g1( Pep ate 06v.Drae
IIh les & Pa t e 20 6 v . Da b krFresh e e y Frd yice's, 119 E and laundry room s, and furnace room efore JniStd-C!' Andlrew N. cibson yes-- o h i h i e o i a e rP r i n^C a t e
a 1UPLiberty. Frdy.TIwith hot water heat in the basement. eidyW no300.1;~i~~ia o teegttm f i aer&P~ra 34 Cln ate
_____________________________ The owner is leaving the city, and iizl .xii ..clis ~ b hcrill =Aristide lBiand, former premer, isr3511 vs. Watts &Prnr1~M
Rhieads HouseholdPakn Co. ! therefore quotinga low price. Phone 1. >ggdi etn panwcbit eht:cToa 9 s pr
Moving-Packing-Storage 12438. 1. In the icaniiltie 10is eld lthefo te Frn etngovernet.craie tein artis 31241; McLean & Conboy
.rll .Call' d 'for long distance moving. I.- r thef.r_ the French government. itheidS 1H vs. Kane & Weinerer 209R;
WANTED *111ty j~l pendng I heplacing of will act as foreign minister in the Mtgr&logl 42 s lf
" ons 2,0 al *iti ysedyBurnwyfzne aie lil ae oads insured. I ship to all point. (ezer&Dugl 451 s. __________________&__
__________525____________tro$0,itbil Stlteseda., rrnel frmd abneChialadswl~ell 1600.; Wilcox & Partner
'y25Derot t. Pon-154 WANTED-A fete girls to eat gat a ad refusned ithmtke iany stat(emenit ts ow before Parliament today. I SMvs. Cohn & Partner 28911-
, iTyorsorority house after vacation. I honeo i-ii~itw ich asisse etAri 1 GeGiTohr 717; Woolfnden & ' 011 2738 vs.

"MW'' FERGUSON SLICES
UNIVERSITY'S BUDGET

GAWUK ed. Mat. - 5c tos20
Sat. Mat.' - - 50c to $2.00
r 4tichard lHerndon LPresents
f AERICA'S JOLLIEST COMEDY
6 'APEPLESA VCE"

I with ALLANI
Austin, Texas, April 21-By vetoing ?C LAIEBOI
items totalling $252,700 in the Uni- -
vesiy of Texas appropriation n h
budlget, Governor "Ma" Ferguson of R~ead h
Texas abolished the summer school,

ME FOSTER
Want Ads

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COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
Summer Camps throughout America need Camp
Counselors for next summer. If you are interested
r in a pleasant, financially profitable summer vacation
-mail coupon or write T 0 D A Y!

Please

IINATIONAu ASSOCIATION
OF SUMMER CAMPS
____ w~wT RU /it,IIN A

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l{ewpee
S and wic he s
H~amburg
Chicken
Cheese

MANUSCRIPTS typewritten, neatness
and accuracy our motto. Bidddle's
Book Store, Nickels Arcade.
FOR. RENT i
,FOR RENT-Second floor apartment,
four rooms, bath, sleeping porch for
next-school year, garage if desired,.
available July 1.1 905 Forest ave.
Phone 8 46-J.
FOUND)

We deliver
Ph. 799-111

QM1;FORl SALE
IPFOR, SALE-May Festival Coupons.
lv :One or two as you prefer~. Phone
S29 «7-I1.Save the difference.
:, x 011 .SALE-AL. C. Smith typwriter.
SJust, overhauled and* in first class
,TL,,,,eudition. Call at 1315 H-ill St.
Phone, 1460.
, O11SALECanoe by senior student,
C-1$50. fiPhone 2235-W.
IFOR SALE-Cole B-flat anq A
trumlpet nearly new. Inquire' 412
Q Thompson between 6 and 7 P. M.
LOST

FOUND-Ring, gymnasium, April
Secretary's office.

11.1

BEAUTY SHOPPES
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
MACK- AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
Three expert ma rcellers. Shingle
trims. Soft water used at all times.j
I)IILATI.TI A BEAT Y SHOPLPE
' (Above Cushing's)
BLUE: BIRD HAIL SHOP
5 NICKEL'S ARCADE-3168
IYiPE 1WRIT E R 5
TYPEWRITERS Splendid machines.
Best makes for rent or for cale.
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
Phone 342-R1.
Read the Want Ads!

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LOST-Silver comnpact with mono-
gram B. E. M. at Majestic theater
Sunday evening. Call 196W. Re-
w ard.
LOST--Friday before vacation near
Burn's :Park. or on a iblack,
sit case a foot' squiare. (all 614-_
or bring to 1321 Wilmot. Suitable
reward.

IT

-~LOST -- A patent-heather p)ocketbook
left in U'. IHall, April 5th. Telephone -
1457M. Reward.
Phione 866!
For Typewvriter Repairing
(all makes)
Dealer inl Woodstock typewriters,I
Standard and Portable adding mna-
chines.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exe-bange
J Savings Bank Bididng.
TAILORS
A TAILOR-I.IA1)E BAI'IT
Will satisfy, your taste, aiid fit
you best.I
W$ILD !THE TAILOR1
113 South Main St.
ATTENTION ADVERTISERS

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Wvilliamn La ird, n)uts forthi the charge I
that W'll am i ,.iner did, "wilfully.
acrd with malicious forethought,''
Imurder Johni aer.
The belief that Bawr had (ied a
violent or nnaturAl (lath, rather
t han the opinion first held that lie
succumbled to aceuj e alcohoism, was
s' trengthened l Monday following a re-
pet made by Dr. C. V. Wellr, of the
medical school, to the effect. that
mark's foundl on the dead man's neck
were inflicted not; more than an hourI
s beforo (lath. Dr. Weller made a
niroscopic examination of tissue
taken from Bauer's u'e:k, after Ann
Arbor relatives of the (dead mnan had,
declared that they had seeni marksr
enl his neck before his trip to the
mike farm Satrday night. It i
I Ibought that the bruises may have
b~een miade by fingers or nuckle.
The arr est of Willi m Bauer comecs
as the result of' investigations Con-
ducted by county officers and repre-
sentatives from tiele icigan deart-I
el t of h)ub)ic safety, in which six ~
people known to ha e been in lBaue's
cinpatly onl the fatal night werej
qlueCstioned~.
An autolpsy made ast wek at the
( request of thle coroner revealedl that
J1olhn Bauer had (diedl from asphyxia-
tion by st ran gu1ation, a broken neck.
and a,' torn spinal cord.
S Constantinople, April 21 A--lussein i
I )jahid Bey, editor of the newspaper
Tanin (Echo), which was suspe)nidd
l recently for its poitical views, has,
been arrested andl tak:en to A~gora.
Educate
A few drop
.: " ductes "bare
I t hoevea'rywher
A IQUfeHwIRdrops
benfore scho otle
Macoupobed callgeeru
6in1, pilea~vLsings .
&tdu onesadbre
shp0 eeywee
AI ~ rs....,,,..,.,

of Verdun and veteran of the war of
1570, (ldied Sunday, 80 years 01(d. He
built thre famous defense galleries of
Verdun and as professor~ in the war,
college taught Marshals Foch and Pc0-
tamo.
Patrontize D)aily Ad v.-misers - it
.l s.-Ad v.
The Original
S FOUNT"AIN PEN
INK

SPECIAL SAILINGS
to and from
C'hH E R BOU RS
from New York
Jun~e .9 and July 2
from Cherbourg
Aug. 14 and Sept. 2
Minimum Cabin Rates
One Way $15
Found'T'rip 1$216
Teachers-Stuidents
Special Tourist Third Cabin
Round Trip
Chlerbourg $162
Tlourist Trhird Cabin
<East bound Cherbourg
West bound Copenhage'n
Valid for return on any
of our,' Steamers
I ALiCi AMERICA LINE. Inc.
0 Broadway, New York.
or Intercollegiate. Travel Bureau
1125 Amsterdam Ave. at 115 St.
New York

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THE~ STUDENTS NOW
HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY
OF TRYIN.G OUR
SERVICE

Where
food ferments

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wtotobliga-
tion, ipfgrmation
regarding c a tp
counselors.
Nam~e. ...
'Address in full ......

Place your order now for
Mother's Day Candy
We pack, wrap and mnail for you.
Johnston's delicious mfil k-coated chocol ate;,--
a fresh supply in boxes and bulk.
Ouir special for this wek-
Lady Fingers
50c Lb.
Arbor Fountain

219 Molth ail

Stores
217 North I.-1am

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7113 North Uniersity
6A Store it Ever~y Shopping l)istxiet"

FO
- ' thoc
cre,
' ~the
teet
Dar
Cross-section of a
tooth, showing Acid f o
Decay at The Danger
Line. forri
the teeth results.

OD colects in
se tiny V-shaped
vices formed by
ejoining of the
th and gums-The
gnger Line. Thi's
>d ferments. Acids
mmi. Acid Decay of
The girnis, too,

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B~ox 67, 8 answers.
]Box 92, Il answers.
IBox 93, 3 answers. -

Satisfactil

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That is a one word story
of our attempt to please the
people of' Ann Arbor. By
offering the best quality
foods and givinIg our cus-
tomers high class service we
have attempted to please
theme.
Daily we are winning
more friends and it is thru
SATISFACTION that we
hope to hold them. A trial
meal in our new restaurant
will convince you.
Twenty rooms
in connection
The Lincoln Hotel
and Restaurant
EAST HURON

tie best stories
are never
written
TI O mhany times have you
LIsaid, Ths would make a
wonderful short story"? But you
didn't write it, and the inspira.
tion was soon forgotten.
"Many a story banged off hot on
my Corona in a front-line dugout
would never have been written if
I had waited to reach a spot of
greater convenience." - Louis R.
Freeman, War Correspondent, Eovear,
Traveler.
*< * * *
The advantage of owning a Portable
Corona is that you can write your best
thoughts as they come to you, any-
where, any time-and that's the secret of
successful writing!I The newest Corona
(Model Four) has the standard keyboard
used in offices everywhere.
Corona Four costs only $60. Easy
terms if desired. Call or phone for
demontration.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade

Not until one actually po55C., e5
a really tine jortrait is its iin-
inense50 iimportance and value
known.
Just the other (lay, a business
mean called andl sat for a Rentsch-
ler p~ortrait. It was then that
hec said: ";'ll say everyone
should have one!."
You'll say this too once you
inspect our displays, For there
you find p~or~trait 1p1h0tograp~hyy.it
its best.

" I'll Say Everyone Should
Have tOne!",

become irritated and sore.
Squibb's Dental Cream, m~ade wjt1l
Squibb's Milk of- Magnesia, safely
neutralizes these acids. It protects
the teeth from Acid Decay at The
Danger Line and elsewhere. It keeps
the teeth clean, attractive and
sound. It soothes the gums. Use it
--morning, noon and night. Keep
a tube or two on hand. At drug-
gists everywhere.
DENTAL CREA IM
'Made. with Squib& Allk fit-lagaesidi
E. R. SQUIBB & SONS, New York--Manuf act uring
Chemists to the medical Profession since 1658

M\ake it a hablit. to
yczgla rlIy in.Slect the
"cclcr d is l)Ia y
aen . CW l)oi'I-Crits
greet you each week.

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$7,001) to$50,001
tile Dozenl

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CORONA

319 East Huron

Phone 961-_M

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