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I1IESDA)Y, FE3U 17, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THIS s HI
COtt jCOLUMN
CLOSES ICLOSES j
AT 3~~~ P.ADETSNI 3PM

Leads

Liberals

News From Other Colleg"'es

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FOR RENJ
,I RN'J-Desirable single roome *
n ~ext new Law buildling. Call 61lt)
Tappan.
F0OR RENT-Doublo or single 1100111
,for men. Phone 1194.)-.M 422 E.
Washington.
F'OR R.ENT-fu~rnished, st ( iii-licat
five room apart moent. First floor.
504 Lawrence St.
RIOOM IS FOR RKNT- 'P'oit single
room far nurse 0or bum no wosr; men
in private h1omfle. Fine I ocaitiot. 203
N. Ingalls.
LOTT
LOST-Leather note-book, >al)oe on
cover. Phone 3126-k.
LOST-Small Thet a Ciii st r pinl.
Findler please call 1926.

BOARIv
CLUB of t can obtain board in private
family. 3 meals, $6.50; 2 meals,
$5.50. 1007 Monroe.
F44'NI'ALNPEN INK
.A i::uozus ink may work for a short
tit~e. It clogs Ihe loelic'ate mechan-
isn 0of thepen ind1 cannot lhe remov-
edt by ordinary means. It is cliemi-
tally all I gonist ic to a good ink, which
will work andl renders the ink color-
less.
(Consult Rlidler's Pen Shop, where
you will always find a fresh supply
01 tohe zst CGoverntmen tstandardl
'writ ig fluid. It is thle only satisfa c-
,oiy ink fo the fountain pen.
11"elI and I!ilk '14, emia ists
FOUNTAIN IE

W\a sh ington, Feb. 1 6. -(- C= rzy 1 ca!of Ithen)think i he debator?;dsev
are oft en of highler ment alityv thai ;the fsame hller given to «t blot es, whilt hswoarnt lieeda- dn ttescnierhepn"111e ',7
to) Dr. N . II. N icholFson, ps~yc hiatrist, Isa ry."'
in speaking before p]re-nledica I stil- a--
dents of the Universit v of N~'slit ju Lawrence Kans., Febi. 16.- Plans
to.ire b>einrg made for the ainnuial military
- 1) al11 of the University of' Kansas which
Dartmouth, Feb. R lev. R.obert
T.~~~~~~~~~ Catuodcidtiel be: c teaeI 110included 5some10of the most l
average stud~ent wllcn s peakin-g before ldihstingttished 11001)l0 of thle starife, and ! ~
the students at the first chapel service mnany high mlilitary officials.
of the secondl semester at lDartmiou l _____
collge.mew York, Feb. 1ih--Hundreds of
Columbia graduates will revisit the
l-Iarvardl, Feb. 1.- Instructors, i "aiirpiis today to take na rt in exercis-.
Iharvard uiniversity were notified at! es w hich1 mar lk the 19)25 Alumni lay.
the beginning of tOl new term t hat '________________
they would be permitted to e-xclttde rI cg, Ie.1f-Tlefrtntoa
men01 from their classes who "cuti." on conveto lteSrieVtrn t
th frs (ay Ithe United Stateos will be held in;
Illinois, Feb. 16.--Dean T homlas A.' hTlg~ eryinArl The Farl of
Clark of tile University of Illinois has lSrrserile for Thia Miclr~aiin Ihily"i Liberal leader
sent out a warning to all fraterni'ities!
hiere to the effect that they inust. el i'n.c
inate rough and1 cruel initiat ion of
il edges.
___ IX1i17VP~iIITT DUE

IBeauchlamp is the new
in the IHouse of Lords,

LiOST-In some11 class r~ood"?, pwot -
book, grey suede acnd a pat oft lat I-
(ori finish. Ing;rid Alving, 2946-.1.
LOS'T-Ci rcular nuisiac pin with idove
design and~ filigree biorder. Liboer-
al rewarid. Phone )2(6-,'V. 721 7For- .

l'i'L yon r fr-iendas vWhat a Wond erful
fjien your Masterpon is. You have
been doing it. Tha'nk you.
RIDER'S PEN STIOP
302 State St.

III z rn

est Ave.
L()SV--A punilchlale f0 ron
numnber 30 atithe10 .-1(11.
Cooper. Reward.
WANTED-Students to 5Eeec
writer bargains. Good mae
sale or rent. S A. Moran,
sUniversity Ave., Roomi 2.
WANTED-Student with dru
experience for part time 0w(,
sill's Rexall Drug S'1ore.
Main St.
13EAUTY SHOPPES
Permanen~t Waving and Ma
MACK AND CO.

ONE MOREWE
-1 oibers of fraternities, So]1'Oit 105or
n I~o(tl Cubs whto have ]lot heard Mr. JTohn
'all 397,Cam11pbell'sthlbrling lecture on
May hear him amy night f11145 week
1 by1ma1k ing an a ppointment01, he isa
onir typle- VO CAION E X PRT
hines for And hays been le:1 0t Oritlg and lgiving
711 N. Plii'en oboTicai examiinat ions at t he
untiversities andl colleges during 1110
------ - last forty yearIs. (See hi!; pictures
g sto0e in1th0 Deceniber number of The (Cor-
irk. E Hell01 Graphic )
208 5 Advice on] character Ibuiling, men-
t tal improvenient, choic of vo(ation,
rind ]!l riage.
IAddress 301. N. State si., phone
rcclhing 12(;- ILOffice hours, 10 a. mn. to 1 p.
in.; 2 p. ]n. to 5 p). 11.

Norman, Okla., -Feb. G.-Students of
Olahoma. un iversity axe- about eqita -
ly divided on the question (of a ward-
ing let ter.-., to Va rsity cdeb~aters. Many
IIIY USYNESS ST'AFF
Several positions are now open !1
Oil (Ilie buineii~s stalf o1' The
Daily.. The woik involved wxill
jhe of va lue a like to those whlo
wanit to patrticipa to in some earn-}
puls activity and to those who
want. somte prlactical explerienceE
in the b~usiness department of a1
dhaily newspaper. All persons
interested avo requested to re-
por't at once0 to Th'le IDaily busi-
Iness office in the Press building.

.ANN ARBOR'S L.FADING CLOTHIERS
"Eixclusive---IBut Not Expensive."
209 S. MAIN ST.

411_ecediing \'ise' ttcGi("Y. whose ill-!
health forced liido irrendl. 110the _____
host.Ihol d Beaulllain is a noted free '
t rade advocate.
Mexico C7ity, Feb., 16.-Tonls of driedRedteW n As
flies are shipped anrnually troin Alex- ________________________
lean plorts. The insects yield scarleO
anld crimson (dyes.l
= FOR. YOUNG MElea
MADE BY EDERHEIMER STEIN COMPANY
= Sprng Suts .
- ne shpmen ofSprng Sitsin he nwerfab
andstyes as ustben rceied.Themat- r
Clvr igl-rate TpcaSn itasoGdipa
Atnewtheitrenoungrig mas n 'sp-torneCer fb-
S Price ad vr raoabya5$50$8.nd$0
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Remmbe tht al Flfoul lotes re adecx
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presly or ornCorettl~yEdeheier tei
Compny. heyare asbimedwithan apea
tote olgemn
To Corbe
_1EstLbetr
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Featuring

STEIN-BLOWT-
Smart Clothes

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Value-First Clothes
Hfigh Grade Furnishings

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__________Iva : _ a4.1 FOUN TAIN PETN tEAIIIG
TYPE WRIT ING SAVE that long wait while having
_______________________________- your henf sent away for repairs.
1TYPEWRITER We repair it thae same day it is broni-
Q IlEtADQUTETRS -l ghti and insure that it will he ad-
, New and srt~ond -and Corona, 1R0e1- usted to your, hand when you call
, ngton and Underwood portables. L. for it.
,C. Smith, Underwood, Royal, Rening- RIDl)ER's PEN SHlOP
f t on used and factor'y rebuilt machine s.
Sve$40'00 ors more by buying- from I
shv.Easy termhs if (desired. Resntinig j-- -
rand repairing a specialty.
0. D. MORRILL -
2 7 Nickels' A.rcade
g The Typewriter & Stationery Store. Re ad the Xatr Ads
Open eveninlgs. 4'lonc 171,x.

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TlYPEWRITER
Headquarters
For Portable and best grade
rebuilt and second-hand
machines, including
COR~ONA, BEMVINCTON,
UNDER:IWOOD
L. C. SMITH and ROYAL

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A u Clas cv Iry Aklnesday
for )Ie w 1i 25 lat esA modlern
Inner ( iroc 'aT'ddi(le
and 'Fango o -x 'Ptot
Toen one-liouri lesson, $5.00
Terrace Garden Studio
22 \Vtertti 1 made
Phone ?hl-H~

Buy from us anid save Forty Dollars or more.
If desired. Renting and Repairing a specialty.
allowed on purch-ase of any make.

Easy terms
hnitial rent.

0 ' 1J7I'FWR1T1NG & TMIMIEGRAIlIlNCt
,4 proimptly and neatly dlone by expei'i-
Nf100(1 operators at mlod orate r'at es.
17 Nickels' Arcadea
ilntablislied 1908 P hoine 17:1.38
i ~Open evening;s
Waffl~es.. _._ , : .
= 4ConlJonlBooks
iCARTTER'S
f LUNCHl
i 1117 -
o. U~niersity
SHOWING 'THISW1% X .i Iat Whitney W
0hotel, Arthlur Nash clothes. Sit.
anld Top-coats5, $23.50. (luarant cool
illade-to-lleasurc. I1l. l14. 1PCin:g, Rep-
o resentative.
o~ are now getting the NEW SP~RING1
-ODELS of thle C('0 kS IT-1I rASS I l14R14
fallin-oe, s much in (lemnandi by ac-
te womeon. Yon should see thetm.
303 South M~ain
SEXPER(T WATCH R iEPAIRING
Arhld Sle Stl ree4 Jeweller
I ~302 South Slate3
f ur moderate prices make it possible
'> for all to have FRESH 110MB+
G ROWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR-FLORAL CO.
1;22 E. Liberty. Phione 1630,

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Wherc Stale AMeels IPaclevrd ,
We tAke particular pride in the Cle'rn
Surronudings Afforded
Our Patrons

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0. D. MORRILL
1 7 Nickels" Arcade
The Typewriter and Stationery Store
Open evenings.

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Servicc

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Clean liness

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T h e B e s t1
S what every ambitious senior is o
thinking about at the present
time. Life insurance is one of the
r best, one of the most desirable, and N
' one of the most satisfactory as a IY
i permanent calling. Okuins, O
A ~In assets and volume of uies
life insurance is onie of the three 9C
leading businesses of this country, 1
yet the field is comparatively under.. t'*l
' developed. Only 7 per cent of the P
economic value of human life in the U ie ttsi oee yi sr- i
Ir ance.This gives an idea of the big field
still to be worked, especially business i
insurance for firms and corporations.
As to remuneration : Reports of
college graduates who have entered T
11 Ibusiness indicate that life insurance is
irlli at the very top as a source of income. 0
tENow is the time for you to consider
> F what you are going to do after gradu-
ation. If you are ambitious and will-
4I ing to work hard and are interested to I
know about life insurance, address m
-Agency Department ''

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Millions of men demand
this protection
every day
MILLIONS of men are turn-

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PHONE 866
For Typewriter Repairing
(All makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,
Sundstrand andl Portable Adding
machines.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exeh nge

ing from
Squibb's

other dentif rices to

Dental

Cream, made

Gl<

TELL GILLE+SPIE, Soloit 11rind1teach-
c-r, thirty years exp~eriencee. Mlan-
0dolin, guitar, lianjo, and chlord
Sconstruction Telephiene 1791-Al. 1
I E1?fI4+I) .M1Ii) IE aged lAnn Arbor1,
I lady desires lady comilpanfionl to tou i
Eniglandi, Ilolkand, Firance, etc. this
.June end July.-lEntiroe eeses
less than $500. Write b)ox 67.
Miclhigan Daily, for interview.
flTIY OUR ",ew Way Poastedl Sand-
wiclies. B~est you ever ate. Arbor
Fountain
"'RY OUR Hot 'It'oastedl Sandwiches.

with Squibb's Milk of Magnesia,
because its regular use prevents
Acid Decay at The Danger Line
and reduces the serious menace

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of Pyorrhea.
Safe for all.

A pleasure to use,

Noble Profile"

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The Bush Building, New York Ciy
H-ELMLE & CORBETT, Architects

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