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FR TiAY, AiPRI . A. !S)25

THE I IIC A

DATI Y

PAGE SEVEN

fRIDAY, APR11. 24, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAB Y PACE SEVEN

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COLMN LASSIFIE U COLOSMN
b1UPM ADVERTISIN'G AT 3 P.M.

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May Be Germany's Next President

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fIickling 1S0511; T. A. Marsh 1783Wr Bauer Waits Bail
L vs. ('. J. TAI'Kuight 8015; G. Thomas

1 iTI,)-HN ADVERTISERS
Box' 76, 3 ansvrers.
Pox 75, 2' answers.
Ilox 07, 11 answers.
]Sox 92, 11 answers. j
A OTICEj
SIot E PA1I) ~l wHLE You
WAIT
0. G. AND~RES
2.212 SOUTIT STATE STREET
Compacts, watches and pictures
frames of the most exquisite jewvelry
selections. These are especially
priced for the spring season.
.ARNOLD!
' ~State Street Jeweler
x Drop in and hear
"The Sweetheart of Sigma C111"
Other late song hits including
llanana Oil"
Conn Music Shop Nichols Arcade
Vega Tenor Banjo-Style 1K--$35.
University Music House.
C- Melody Saxophone-Silver Plated.
Price including case $50.00. Uni-
versity Musia House.[
Our moderate prices make it possible j
for all to have FRESH HOME
GROWN FLOWERS.
ANN.-ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E~. Liberty. Phone 1630
ATHTA WASHINGTON CANDY I
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119 E.
Liberty.

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All entries for the Independent soft
ball leage must be in the Intramural
office before the middle of next
week.

I TENNIS SINLS
IThe following all-campus matches
Everybody dislikes a fire loss, but
ther isconolaton n kowin tht ~must be played and reported to the
Intramural office by Monday noon,
Xo ar nsrd nagodcopn April 27: Celine 885M vs. C. R. Dou-
with an agent who is going to give'gl14M;.C.Fle 24RV.
you the best of service. * N. R. Benham 558; H. Kopf 825W
vs. M. Falk 3654; L. Stein 1010J vs.
R. Bartlett 344; R. L. Jolnson 1070M
MR. IUN~US Ivs. R. Simonds 2866R1; L. F. Knoepp
With ..~. ~ .1399 vs. Dunakin 16; 0. N. Cobb
1070 vs. G. R. Swintz 1268; Bur-
Louis C Atiews
stein 1463W vs. E. C dy16;C
InsurAnce ... H. Fines 558 vs S. Katz 2921; H. M.
...........Birks 1166 vs. D. Knapp 33;, A. H.
PHONE 3064 McGee 84*9W vs. A. K. Darbaker
1 2344J; Finkleman 1271 vs. E. Sor-
WachThs pae aiyreals 2891R; W. L. Diener 231 vs.
L. Gibson 3010R1; A. Hartwell 909 vs.
I Greenspan 3051; Rearic 1595 vs. F. M.
Smith 1138J; G. E. Rich 1010J vs. C.
Music And Drama
W. Greene 2985J; Hirschman 1104 VS.
R. G. Reason 1484; A. C. Funke 18371R
(Continued from Page Four) vs. Irwin Goldberg 2093R; Gilmore
character, "Sanctus" was the high 1 .. ..I30Jv..W .Adsi22W 1
Larson 231 vs. S. Fernandez 1247M;
spotof te Prforanc. Th hant- ~ IS. Eisenberg 152GR vs. C. L. Charter
Ilig repetition of the tributes of man- 11634; E. Walker 2540W vs. Fox 16;
kind to the Divine Being, "Sanctus,!~ ~o Medster 1217J vs. D. H. Chapman
Sanctus," as suing by t he choir, willI Two Vieivs of Marshal Von Hindenburg 422MW; E. Maloney 1271 vs. E. N. God-
be long rem embered by the audience., Germany may name former Field Marshal Von Hindenburg as its next Phelps 2; H.Seat31A o265R vs..G
"Benedictus" introduced another president. rThe picture shows the for nuer German war lord as be looks to- H. 11.2056; R. A.91Cohn.2F.5revs.
musical' mode in the mass in the form (lay. To the right is the. former field marshal in military dress. 9911. vs. F. E. Mosher 1393; N. 1.
of an eight part chorus with antiphon- Ducket 2106R1 vs. H. Kane 2093R1; J.
al passages, which contrasted with the iFrt.C .Elr fteg~lg W. McKnight 3015 vs. H. Weinberger
fugue motifs that had distinguished uvG ologists Fieatmnndsi hag f h x 209311; L. R. Joslin 1797 vs. S. C.
the rest of the composition. The or-i o slS ecre s edition and was accompanied by Oviott 3507J; P. Wilcox 885Mvs G.
chestra was here given ample oppor- !___Prof. E. C. Case, Prof. A. S. XWarthin,I Vose 3056J; R. Rice-Wray 371 v.D.
tunity to display its prowess. Moeta!0 pcmn fivrand R. C. Hlussa.y, all of the g ,)1oqy Caldwell 1484; R. M. Sherwood 63 vs.
Almost feminine in its delicacy andal I )I tnienft. While in Ohio they w-re .A trm 52;M.M!na
cham, he Angs Di" nd ts dn-tebrate fossils were collected recently the guests of Pro~cEss'rolt 595 vs. D. Cluff 1600J; Senis 1051M
eluing movmen, "ona nobs y sverl mmbes o th geloy geography dlepartment of theBoln vs. J. W. Rice 238J; L. W. Benson
eludng ioveent "Doa nbis J~ seeralmemers f te gelog--1188winvs. T. A. Greene 231; C. Craw-
pacem," recalling the "Gratias" move- department on a two' days' trip to the Grecn Normal colleg .fo1Jvs. .Cohan111v
mient earlier in the piece, closed the recently discoveredl fossil deposits in H. Small 2576W vs. J. hapero 1526R;
mass. t~~~he vicinity of Bowling Green, Ohio. Mnga i. pi 3-ti re- I C. Sestok 595 vs. G. Alderton 2220;
The specimens were found - in the, ported that at Ceiba, a minor port Basserdet 1051MW vs. H. Freiberg
Oklahna City, April 23.-To main-! shale bed of the Devonian geological! 60 miles west of Trujillo, has4 been 11531; N. M. Davis 1808W vs. W.
tamn schools in districts too poor to period near Lucky and in a deposit captured by Ilon(uran revolution ists. Bartlett 344;. I. Bernstein 1526W vs.
support them, the state legislature is of the Silurean neriod near Woodville.
considering a tax on tobacco and rphe trip is reg-arded as highly sute-
chewing gum. (:esiful as the fossils obtained are ex-
1,cctedl to p)rove of grgat value. Io th;eSJN ME R V O I
REAl) TIIE CLASSIFIIEDAADS, department. SUMME~ L~R WORK:..
Mr R (; . IJncUA 441~i~dUWl i~!VC Yl~~~

595 vs. 13. F. AMeut 371: A. 'Arthur l f n J pIYJ..
825W vs. J. 1D. Wood 85.1M; 11. Ratner-
2923W vs. U. Felix 20.3411: E. H. W"illiam Baiier, who is confined in
Watts 133GMN vs. 11. Kuenzei 2624A4; the county jail on the charge of hay-
C. Kressbach 1366 vs. E. W. Bruslie;igmree i rte,.onBur
63; J. Toevs 2220 vs. J. E~. Caraway I - ii itou ai esera at
1211R1; C. L. B~riggs 273S vs. L~. Wein- ('rn()on. Bail was p~laced at $20,000
berg Jr. 1104; S. E - Diamond 402W! wNhcll later was arirainged before
iis. S. K. Meyer 1273W; F. Kucuzel .Justice( Andrew E. Gibson Tuesday.
777TNI vs. A. Levin 152711; A. Selimier I'ximflatioD has been set for May-.1.
639M-3007J vs."L. hharnish 3493- C
Viacheces 1037.1 vs. R. Steinhartis S,,ault Ste. Mai je, April 23. - The
312411; B. Gross 1104 vs. R. S. Giest ta r Ferris, of the Ilutchinson
231; j1. Veensbra,- 1797 vs. A. Lappin line, which ran aground on- Vidal
1510J; J. Steinhauer 3003.1 vs. 11. 1L. Shoals last night, was released. at 3
Lazarus 2420J1; IL Woolfenden 27,38 a. in: today.
vs. 11. Vedder 879; It. NWaterbury;
1484 vs. J. Spero; 1). 1, Neumn
S25W vs. Nieman lOG1IM; J. Shapliro
1170W vs. 1R. Weber 2415R1.Re d te W n A s

For the Hair

Gbl-Co Stacomb
Brilliantine Hair,-Groom
W7e feature extensive stocks of
blair Dressings, Tonics, Shampoos

EBE RBACH-

& SON CO.

200-204 E. LIBER'TY ST.

Rhlezids Household P'acking Co.
-Cll us for long distance mnoving.
Loads insured. I ship to all points.
525 Detroit St., Phone 1154
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Large new suite for
men. Phone 1194MW, 422 E. Washing-
ton.
FOR SALL
FORSALE-2. extr, concert series
coupons, value $6.00, in exchange!
vfor May Festival tickets. Will sell
for $5.00. Box 97 Michigan Daily.

ANNOUNCEM ENT
We -are offering~ one of those handsome ociag)nal -shape
"Royal Blue"' edge decorated surface Bread Boards, just
now so very popular and a "Razor" Bread, Cake and Gen-
eral Purpose Slicing Knife. A combination you will see
rtiling in a regular way for $1 .50 to $2.00. You can get
one for 79c in cash and 10 coupons from
FIAREAD HEUSEL'S BREAD

FRED HEUSEL
Ann Arbor, Miuch.

F'OR SALE-Canoe and equipment
S$30. Call 261J.
F OR SALE-Dodge, touring, good
condition, $150.00, 1925 license.
Simon. Phone 879, 639 Haven Ave.
(all after 3 P. M.
FOR SALE--L. C. Smith typewriter.
Just overhauled and in first class

~O~OO~CCOO

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4 condition. Call at 1315
3Phone 1460.

IHill St.

Sq

For
DELICIOUS MEALS
Eat at
TUTL'S
LUNCH ROOM
338 Maynard

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Satrday,

April

Applicants are requested not to call before 9 A. M.

University men and women who wish employment for this
coming vacation at the Hotel Allenel on

25, 1 925

I'OR SALE-Canoe by senior student,
~$50. Ph one 2235-W.
I, LOST
LOST-Black coin nlad bill case on
'Burns Park bus or between Church
Sand Forest. Reward, call i8631W,
SA'-T -Will person who took suit
Vcontaining, keys from locker 6V3
.pril 17 call Johnson at 11393.
OST-Tuesday night in Arcade
STheater, two Skin Stone Martin~
,'chokes. Finder please call 1555-M
Reward.
LOST-Stone Martin neck-piece on
~ East U. Tuesday night. Call 991MW.
LOST-Friday before vacation near
Burn's Park or on a bus, black
Ssuit-case a foot square. Call Gi,4-R1
or bring to 1321 Wilmot. Suitable
Sre ward.
TYPEWRITING
TYPING of all kinds promptly and
~accurately done. 12c a page. Call
~548-R.
P Phone 863
S For Typewriter Repairing
(all makes)
SDealer in Woodstock typewriters,
Standard and Portable adding ma-
ciiines.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange
9 Savings Bank Building.
TAILORS
A TAILOR-NAI)E SUIT
W ill satisfy your taste, and fit
Syou best.
WILD THE TUALORt
113 South Main St.
BEAUTY SHOPPES
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
Three expert marcellers. Shingle
trimis. Soft water used at all times.
DINATTIA BEAUTY SlIOPPE
(Above Cushing's)

~Dance Tonignt
-At-
JIM BURKE'S WHITMORE L AKE
PAVILLION

3"TUDENTS and TEACHERS
0 ND CTED EUROPEAN
TOURS
at minimu m cost
Itineraries include France, Italy, Germany,
Belgium, Holland, Austria, Czecho Slovakia,
Switzerland, and the British Isles.
Student Third Class
31 t~o 80 days
$395- $845
* including passage both ways,
hotels, meals, railroads, sightseeing, etc.
Descriptive booklet, outlining all tours,
places visated, costs, etic., mailed upon request
X.IITED, AMERICAN LINS
N UNE) Joint Se C' eWi'th
K4BURG AMERJLCAN LINE
17 North Michl'igan Av e., Chicago

- SPECIAL DAILY DINNERS
- ~fif~tyj Ia iusixty cents
. .01
-MAR1BRIkUCK TEA SHOP ,
Forest and Willard-Phonie 2641 -R-
I I I1li u Ii ll In IHfillI I nII In 1 : ili 111111 lI Il I I Illll111111I~1111111111
WAL-K-OVER'S FI FTI ETH AN NIVERSAYV

Ted Rhodes 7-Piece Orchestra.

Dancing, 9 to

1 2.

Dances will also be held every Wednesday night, 8 to 12,
and every Friday and Saturday night, 9 to 12, duing'the
rest of the season.

Walk

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What do yo-u ask-
of business?
E VERY man who thinks about his
future in the commercial world has
different ideas of a business career. But
everyone wants a worth-while occupation,
ina permanent field, with opportunity
for individual growth and advancement.
The Insurance Company of North
America has so-me present openings that
offer these advantages. They are not
selling positions 'or insurance agencies,
but departmental positi'o'ns within the
organization of this oldest American fire
and marine insurance company. College

After the
MILITARY BALL
We will be open all night.
Phone 1549 for Reservations
6-Piece Orchestra from 5-8 P. M.

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Comfort -that is this
shoe's middle name

El

xYour eyes promise you style, and the Walk-Over
name quality- but comfort? You can't describe
comfort. You can't diagram it. Get ti s heo
your foot. Feel the roomy sense of ease at toe and
tread, the snug and clinging grip of the pear-shaped
heel Then you'll know why comfort is every Walk-
Over shoe's middle name.%

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BLUTE BIRD IlAhIt ,SHOP
5 NICKEL'S ACAIE-3168,
Announce Opening
Of New TeaiRo
TFurniture for the new W. A. A.
tea room has arrived and has ben'
painted by members of the associ-I

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