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SATURDAY; MAY , 1925

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

FAGS.l SEVEfN

AT 3 P.I ADVERTISING AT 3 PRU.

Iin".denburg's Latest Photo

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BEAUTY SHOPPES

FOIR SALZ
FOR S,-ALl- -Good violin, cheap for
cash. Address lox 104) Michigan
Daily.
FOR SALE-New McCray refrigera-
tor, 200 lb. ice capacity. SuitableI
for club, sorority, or fraternity.
Phone 251. H. W. Schenk, Chelsea,
Michigan.
FOR SALE-Canoe with equipment,
$20. Call 3586 at 6 o'clock.

Permanent Waving and Marcelling
I ~ MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Maio St.
BLUE BIRD HAIR SHOP
5 NICKEL'S ARCADE-3168
DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOP offers{
soft water shampoos, especial at-
tention for curly hair. H-air cut-
ting and waving by expert opera-j
tors. Phone 2939.

!l~lA Air compressors to providle air for!
PLN OTIiO been installed in the new University
IN 09PHOURII I M I1JM hospital, andi work of pa initing the
34! rooms and corridors of the b)uildling'
Under the direction of Dr. Marg;aret i ~e ~rel rcial l h
Bell of the :i Ceaith service, a: nut ri- ?Work will 1be (one by Coil r(ssedl air.
tion displa~y will be held at Ba rbour
gymnasium (luring the afternoons T raeG re
and evenings of May 12, 13, and 14._Terc G"ad
The purpose of the display, according ! __ Dancing Studio
to Dr. Bell, is to provide a knowledge
of better nutrition for students,, andl Open D~aily, 10 a. in. to 10 p.
rmore especially to counteract theM. etac almorn
tendency among women students to- i ad fancy, ballet, stage, tango
adfolk (dances for children and
wardl a choice of unhealthy fo0ods. adIults. Class everyModyad
'Dr. John 'Sundwald of the Hleal1th !Friday. Mody Fn
service is sponsoring the display, and Fifteen one-hour lessons, $5.00..
Mr's. Alfred H. Lloyd is honorary? No. 22 WU1E.I{tIIARCADE
memb~er of the conmnittee. Others on Phone 8328
the committee are: Mrs. John R.
Effinger, representing the Faculty !
Women's club, Prof. Barbara H.
Baett of the public health depar't-u tArie
wen. A,:rgaret S. 'Gillan of the (lie-Ju tA rv d
{tt,,department, Miss Pearl Mac-,
D)onald, and C. C. Freeman. ; Newest Materials-Smartes

I've invented a new face powder
which can't come off.
Fine !-I've got a New Finchley
I suit to try it ou.
hEJl) THlE CLASSIFIED AD)S,
-ew Hats
St Stvles-Wnted1 Colors

TAILORIS WANTED ____
A TAILOR-M1ADE SUFI WANTIED SALESMAN
Wildts Mr. student you have some spare
Wil Baisy your taste, and fit tm hl o r on oclee
you best. tm hl o r on oclee
WILD THEI TAILOR some of you will find it necessary to
113 South Main St.J work this summer in order to make
______________ your expenses for next year. You
HERM1AN THE TAILOR I are the men we waist. Many of you
SUITS have had some experience in the sell-
$25-$34-$35 ing game. To those of you who have
802 South State Street this proposition will be doubly easy.
To those who have not we will teach
FORl RENT you how. Our salesmen are making
FOR ENT-aas 1Vi11I from t*o hundred to one thousand
FOR REN-Hose ithgarage dollars per week. While you are go-
southeast part of city for July and igt olg o hudmk ea
August. Phone 2663R. 806 Sylvian. iegsto egeyou shouldw akeatit
FOR RENT-L, i g 11 t housekeeping or come in and have a personal inter-
apartment of four rooms with pri- view with R. W. McAlister.
vate bath. Phone 2853-J. 1209-13 Majegic Bldg.
FO ET- '-'hue,~ Detroit Phone Cad 5962-3
sity, furnished or unfurnished, for WANTED-Man to work for board in
summeri. fOption1 fornexn~t year. kitchen. Phone 3104 at once.

Snyder Discusses
Phone Industry'
F. L. Snydler, transmission engineer
for the Michigan Bell Telephone
company, gave his fourth! lecture on
problens encountered in the tele-
phone industriy, yesterday. In his
address he discussed the problems in
inductive interference, an aspect of
the industry in which hie has done
much work.
Mr'. Snyder is making these ad-
dIresses to give informa tion concern-
ing the telephone bisiness to stud-
ents who plan to enter the counpany's
employ.
REAl) THE CLASSIFIED ADS, j

for Ladies, Misses and Children
$1.98 to $7.50
Popular Price Hat Shop
333 South. Main St.

CV"e
Lantern Shop
Serves the Best
in Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Our 50c Luncheons
arcs Exceptionally Tasty.

Soft water, two upstairs porches.
Call 6577.
Used Fords-See Walt. for Fords-$25
and up
Fords-Walter H. Lathers-Fords
113 Pearl St. Ypsilanti, Michigan
Try our
Cheese
- Chicken
Hamburg
Sandwiches
- JNewpee
We deliver
Ph. 799)-M

WANTED-Someone to go to Europe
with me this summer. Call Mulli-
ken. Tel. 1393.
LOST
LOST-Gold fountain pen between
Church St. and Angell hall. Call
7037 or (return to 621 Church St.

The latest photo of11' iehd Max's i alVon Iindeli'gri, lpr""ident
of Germnany, to reach thmis count ry shows him with DIerr C essler,
miist er, at a pwrad e of 11'l(id..hill iitheW clo~si d(ays of the
paign.

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LAST Glasses, in tan case from
1=1. Arnold. Gray rims. Call
Goddard 7614 (new number).

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Chiicago Examiner
Meets Commiltee
Members of the committee on the
i reorganization of the Registrmar's of-
fice, appointed tifllowinug the deathi of

Plat
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ce Grotesques Registrar Arthu' G. hall, to consider
f Six Presiedents ye oko htcc~atint~ s-
In La yes Club ; erxday afternoon net with Ira M.
1Smith, assistant examiner of tle Ulli-
ver1sitv of Chicag'o.

Engine Given By
Detroit Makers
Tlhrough the instrument ality of W.
A. Frederick, chief engineer of the
Contin ental M\otors company, Detroit,
the automotive engineering (depart-w
inent has been given aI six cylinderj
Continental engine. The engine will
b~e used for test purposes as wvell as
for regular laboratory study.
The motor was first sent to the au-
tomotive department for a special
test for the Continental Motors com-
pany and after the tests were made
andl the results sept to the manufact-
uirers, wordI was received that the
company would present the engine to
the department for further study andI
experimentation.

C ARR I C K Nights-.5O to'so
Wed.Mst5Oc to $2.0
Sat. Met.5Octo $2.00 .
RICHARD HERNDOF4 Presents
The Smashing Comedy Suecess
"APPLE SAUCE"
A lien Dinehart and Claiborne Foster

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"Let it rain, let it pour"
"That's all there is, there ain't
more."
But that's enough when Cliff
wards sings 'em!
Conn Music Shop 14 Nickels2

7:00 P. M.

703 EAST UNIVERSITY

PHlONE 3093-M

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SEND for free copy of "educational
Columns" of Church Doctrines. R.
S, Kellerman,, Hop .Bottom, Pa..
Compacts, watches and pictures
frames of the most exqluisite jewaelry
selections. These are especially
priced for the spring season.
A R NOL D
Stete Street Jeweler
Our moderate prices make it possible
for all to have FRESH HOME
G1ROWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone 2630

Grotesques representing the sixj
presidlents of the University have been
placed in niches in the central arch!
of the Lawyers' club. The six figures1
represent Henry Philip Tappan, first
president of the University, 1852 to,
1863; Rastus. Otis Haven, 1863 to
1869; James B. Angell, 1871 to 1409;
Barry 13. Hutchins, 1909 to 1920;
Marion L. Burton, 1920 to 1925; and
former Acting Presidlent Henry 5.
Frieze, who held the executive posi1-
tion from 1869 to 1871 before Presi-
dent Angell was named, andl again
from 1880 to 1882, and in 1887 dur-
ing .President Angell's two trips to
the Orient.
The figures representing Presidents
Tappan, Haven and Frieze were plac-
ed in their niches this week; the oth-
ers having been in place since last
fall.

Pli'of. S. pFI.,b( ,~of
fordl university who wair

LelfallaStan-
onl the .liCh1-

The reason for Mr. Smith's vis it
was not madle 'nillic by the conmmit-
tee, which isi head,,,d ') Bean John It
Effinger of Jac literary co:Ogo,

Nabigation is nowoe
on the B'ea tifuI Huron
FIRST CLASS OLD TOWN
CANOES FOR RENT
Saunder''s CanoeLivery
On Huron River at the foot of Cedar Street

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igan faculty from 1897 to 1915 wil

return to Harvard univ cr.,t y, his alma; -
irater, .next fall to acceelim a vrfe~'sor- 1"ati'oilize
ship in Eng]lish philolo,,y. pays.-Adv.

Paily Adlver1tiZ1srs

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aWrmrWI naflSE THA TR

Itheads Household Packing Co. I"_C l ZEt
Moving-Packing-Storttge Ih a s F r u o
Call us for long distance moving.C'xs F r u o
Loads insured. I ship to all points.
525 Detroit St., Phone 1154 Prof. A. L. Ferguson of the chem-
TYPEWITING istry department presented a paper
on "'Transfer Resistance" at the forty-
Phone 866 seventh meeting of the American
For Typewriter Repairing Electrochemical Society held at Niag-
(all makes) ara Falls recently.
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,' The outstanding subjects of dis-
Standard and Portable adding ma- cussion were "Fused Electrolytes"
chines.I and "Organic Electrochemistry." A
Ann Armor Typewriter Exchiange round table discussion on "Teaching
i) Savings Bank Building. # of Electro-chemistry" was also held.
'TYPEWRITING-I have your notes
and thesis typewritten for 10c a Patronize D~al~y Advertisers -- it
page. Phone 1602M, 637 Oakland. pays.-Adv.

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NightSeats Now
Prices-$1.10, $1.65, $2.20, $2.75, $3.30
Mlessrs. Ice and1( J. Ji. MShubert Arte Proudi ito Present thle
BIGGEST OF ALL SHOWS

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.FI SHNBFRAND
I'ARSITY SLICK

GEORGIE 81
PRICE ar
100-Clever
50-New York

RENDEL
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We arc headquarters for the most popular gar-
ment on the campus and are showing all styles in
YELLO and O.IVE KHAKI for ladies,
men, boys and girls. Our prices will interest you.
Also Cravenettes, Gabardens and Topcoats from
$15.00 up.

Broadway Company-I100
Winter Garden Beauties-5O

SUEDE LEATHERJACKETS
a large assortment in grey and tan for ladies and men

Jolhn FEmierson l~lns T r1oss Edmar Atchison-Ely
Jlamies- Ilii iilton Jn oore IWillijam Pringle
Jack 11,11iois Blakely Jack Rice
:reenrthler's Ann ILowenwortli Bob Gilbert
Winter (Gardeni Qrchestrai-"Living Chlandeliers"

White

Navy

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Breeches, Knickers, Hiking Shoes, Puttees,
Dress and Army Shoes, Shirts, Socks, Spoi
out-of -doors.

Moccasir
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in Packs,
and all

Officers
needs /fax

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Gold Medal Camp Furniture
Folding Cots, Stools, Chairs,. Tables, Stoves, Grub Stakes, Axes, Navy
Hammocks, Folding Water Buckets, Canteens, Mess Cans, Duffel Bags,

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