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TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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GeorMN .FLAS IFIE - -'StocksBy Whiping Post III I, 'N A 1T ,
C LM N COLUMNS I F____._p__l________________SQUA
CLOSES COE (in+nii' m
AT3PKADVERTISING ATel..lus and two hits in the sae number
_______________ liceyinl the fourrth inning of te same
~i)Tr amer was the, fielding feature of the
0i'IL 14;Ttwo gamles. Frocnmke also played fast
Our moderate prices maze it possible jLOSTL--Key holder with several keys, ____b___ al in the first game, in which he
for all to have FRESH IhOME one nrked i.'W. Please call 1'-plydrgtfe.
GROWN FLOWERS. lineial Science officeTeta ilmetM .C.i h
ANIRORFOA C. ~-- -4 return game between the two nines
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630 LOST '--Gold signet ring with mono-.v.* tomorrow. The Wolverines won the
:::s .:1 gram A. 1.,11 Let on: u gamue played April 29 at Ferry fieldI
MARfTHA WASHINGATON CAN DY Y a.
Liery.aw. Phone 21825.rr.
Fibrest v ry F iay iYs 19 E. P r ouiCvm aim.A n. '9sn- byrA soEND ofE 10-4.A-QU '
Biieads IHouseh0 'hi akngC. ,O )ST-Key holder with several keysATM H ENJl AQE
Moving-Packing-Storage I oet Marled1054'2offie s al..
Calsorlogditacemoin.-_ D'> r . '"( ancing _
. Loads insured. ,- ship to all ponts. jL(JST -Brown fur with scarf. Maes-' -r oe o . Prvt
526 Detroit St., Phone 3515. tic Theater Saturday night. Phoe Weaevnno.Prvt
_________ _____ - - I9r5Th'vnr ~less o s daily, both modern
SHOES REP'AIRE{EVHILE YOU w_____________________ and classical. Adult class
WAIT L:OST--Black leather note-hook, Fri- . .. evry Monday and Friday. Fifteen
0. G. AN)RES day A. DI., room 3003 A. FLl and. tu I , -hu lss esn o 500. F re
222 SOUTH STATE STREET I U.1. Ieturto'Ensian Lusiness :::'~Saclg 3 01 .m
Y' ::z..,, . " v.'. ~:<;? .;<<:,. Eroll Now.
Jotin office.:.>r« 4;s :.>. ::;;;:<.*"?: .~.. TERA GARDEN IDANCIG
Pretty Silk CrepetIie ........ .s g<' a)': .L a. xTUDOS'-
$4.25 WKE)~*' ..2 Werib Arade Phone 3x8
An AlI Quality ok Skik Envelopes% I
:.Large sizes, $550WATE--or ex.yar
The Quality Shop room folr law stulant cheap I0s_____ ___________________
303 South Main Strct12
'FORt RENT I'SAILORSi,,'
___________________________ A TAILOR-AI)E cil't' Io t ~e chaitmers. (right) and socks usIed i prison camzps in (eorgia to puinish recalcitranit prisoller!. The
FOWETFrtfortollaai ill satisfy your taste, and ft phiOt o'. were I liken at tike ieiwtood en ni, near Atanta.
furnished ight housekeeping rooms' you best. Altl fay1 W~ pn ost at
1WILD) THE TAILOR \\r clfb adsla? Cer7l~Ta
and kitchenette. Two blocks fromI 113 South Main St. j i dtum . ~ ;O~s eigiVvardenis of the state prisons, de- The governor has been asked to takeI
camflpus, conivenienice to hositls,___________________has_____________ chio cn in fa or of ~he ormle r, amdadi sIxetdthttenx
"x io dul r igerosecod a N, _____________n__ h ouse__for__four___wi________ hasclaring that some sort of extra pu~n-acin l(itseecdththeet
aloduleo igl omscodWNEDRosinhuefr orWllictie the~ lash in its prisons in, legislature will investigate treatment
floor. Dial 3794.I girls only, preferably a. suite and1( a place of the lat ter. - ishnent is necessary in order to hold!-fiiioii5
FOR 40111)10oubl room, for next year. (Call ;The act ion is being taken (les pite r rc alcirant convicts in check argue_______________
RETPyiinsofcs~h 4963 after seven. l)1ot ests of t he st ate minsterial assn- that, the lash is moe humane than the
^ dentist in D~etroit. Busy corner, (1atiu an ~id civic organizations, wvho torture chambers and stocks. A grand Educational Laub
lpractice established, rent. reason- WANTED-To buy a16-foot canoe, mu want all such measo lsi~iigirYi atncut a utcnc h asP .S~ no
able Apply in person. Dr. Snyder, good condition. Call 22174. prisones abolished. to the same conclusion.i He r PA S m oA
s Mack Field, Detroit. j''l truecabr"aelne
IWANTED-Experienced cook desires;Te"otr hmbr"aedne
FO ET-5 onhy ufri- pstini raenty al 14 b-LOR AEois no better than a closet, in which Iprof, P.B. Samson of Michian State/ M
ished, heated apartment newly tween 2 and 4 o'clock. the person being punishedl must stanid Normal colege addressed a_ meeting
decorated 7013 Raph T. Sweey. FOR ALE-Canoe, Al conition, 2upright for many hours in ttal (ark-ofteMnsEuaialubatR
leoae.01RahT.See.FORD wanted for cash, mmust be inFO SAE-CneAlcdio,2 ness. Ther is no room to turn or to oft \e' duainlcu at "Kitty,"I
i ;F01 ET-ep. ,second floor godcniin Give full priu new paddles and backrest. Price Ist own. i - ~a the Union. Professor Samson,_ wasyig
apaRrtm et.rromk1eet, go odto.pril-i$S0. Call . K. Strohlip10South in-"felfo
alatnnfu ~~ls iceet, rs. Box .13.oj ne35. The stocks put prisoners into a state' who is a national figure in the By' t elfo
l~t-on, leigpoc, 95___________________;______ of agony. Many of them have to be: Scout movement, spoke on "Boy Scout1 youth fir
Forest ave., Dial 6137. IWhoNwoDRikedtouwork, makudents FOR SALE-Corona Portable type- taken to thne hospital when the stocks.] Worlt as an Educational Activity" a-IJack-and
TYPE WRIT ERS blsepn rcrn o ai writer in excellent condition. Dial aermvd ihterake n dressing the need of educational lead- inatheand
4697,___1223______________St. wrists swollen andI blue. ers in his field.
\XANTEDThiesis to type. MynlaV. for part payment for room this I49,12 oln hs"tl 'tmctn fte~b Rome to h,
11H rsf,98 .summer. Dial 405; or Box 114. FOR. SALE-Willys-Knightl:tornig- ATTE'ND I N SENIOR J~ BANQt'LTr l bft"t ep een erTell me
Phone 3910 _________________- COLLEGE~ Student; travel for summi-1ecellnt runinlg o der, 11 godi a h at etn fCl really go to
P~oe:92Imer; healthful work, salary $360 'tiresr,, new battery, $/t./Y~d~r~/.Y1.J~J/1../My.fst"Sgo,
For Typewriter Repairing 1 for0dy.,ala fr ad to cmpII. Need cash, cll Welch[~
(all makes) 1Dc 0D as iayet B Pr vneBldg _____________________________Colege__CI
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters, 1et1"" ak vnee FrTChrd CleeC
« Standard and Portable adding ma- 1)to. FOR SAILF ----1Io atrons tickets for thdten
° chines. 'May Festival, main floor. Good OPENING DCoEll Sege thatn date14
Anni Arbor Typewriter Exchanige SENIOR BAN1QUETl WED)NESIDAY seats. (Call 9626. DAC"Yeil"ouy14
1)Savings Bank Building. IAT __________acku'
BEATYSIOPPS G 2 ,4'-Kitty?"
'I Permanent Waving andl Marcelling !Xr N Q H IT-A ILI~T e " l e L n e n
MACK AND CO. . IN EN C MITT-A IFL& .COO ISLAND LAKE &TMJae
BLEBG)hlltso ANN ARBOR'S LEADING CLOTHIERS Saturday, May 23,91925 $1UP Mr.Fews~i
t1 lNCKELS AI('AI)E-9616 "Exclusive-But Not IExpensive."tiJa odee'--
lt DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOP offers l BreezST.glowers" ten by Colegianswh U AR
soft water shampoos, especial at-; 209 S. MABreeze I;Winning ties w it CJ
tention for curly hair. Hair cut- Dancing 8:.30 Cunard last season. 1243 Wshln
tos.Pon 87.Featuringl
$500.00 an he earned lby college Smart Clothes Value-First Clothes
mni selling Fuller Brushes this-
U uummter. Begin collecting at once by Hg rd unsig
tt ge tting part i c ulaIraon i01. VHghGrdeFunihig
V I eaphy, 17 Mary St. Phone 11521.
TheLone Surivro -
If Give your pen a
w a drink of

B3ostoun
&arter
The only adjustable
Garter without metal
parts on the face of
the pad -hence the
Pad without a Pucker
For quality, comfort and
service insist on Having
The Knicker Boston for
Sports wear.
GEORGE FROST COMPANY, MAKKS
DOTON
Zead the Want Ads
z t tim 2 e-
Shope it's the last," growled
here' I was back in Catowni,
a Mu dorms. Allaway from
iome'in a split second.
e," I shouted at Jack, "canya
D Europe and back for $155?"
said Jack, "on 'the 'Cunard
bin Ships."
I'm going," I said, "to keep
with Kitty Purmew in Paris
.th. Where can I get a ticket?"
's f. Co'qit 77 Oxford Rd.
Kueblt r,601 E. H ur rn Ave
tbrun, I3tlindS.LAflfArbor
D & ANCHOR LINES,
ton Brd.. Derot, or L t'0l h

is Will not clog or
gum the point=
and makes, the
best pen write 1
better.
- When You, Read
- The advertisements in the Michigan Dai
OU have bought several ! you save money for yourself. Those wi
Yfountain pens-now sup-
pose you buy one that is a_ advertise in the Daily are progressive ai
proven success. -. up-to-date. M\ake it a habit to look, over t
Buy a Sheaffer bifetime Pen
ads. It is profitable, enjoyable and instructiv
and put it in your collection.
Of all the pens you have ever-
used itwill bethelone survivor. -T eM c~ a al
j There is no upkeep to a Lifetime
*Pen. The first, last and only cost is - Press Builing Mnard Street
when you buy it. Then your foun-
tain pen purchasing is over because-
the Lifetime nib is unconditionally z
iguaranteed forever. -
f The 46 Special at $5.00 and the Student's
Special at $3.75 are fashioned with the same-
care and attention to detail that has made the Al Shealfe,
ASheaffer the pen of perfection. - p m -e
By ,the' Creators of the Lifetime Tencit "°@f' "

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