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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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coLUMN A"FI COLUMsN.j
AT. RN.. 'ADVERTI SING AT 3 P.M,

- ~LOST_____ ITET ETBDE
LOST-Circular m osiac p in with (love LITET METBK R
design and filigree border. IAberv- un!
al reward. Phone 526--11. 721. For- UULWIBODY ONbil
est Av'e.

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IntramuralAI tems Professor Reate hs IJamined for flw the pupose of fomiliart-
'iing"Ithe future iteachters with the sulb-
- l~resry ro ran jet. The class hais a small enrollmnent
(('ontinued from Page Six) to give every advatageq( to the stu-
111ai Si,, a~na Delia; Kaj~paen Is. et;," (nts.'he general aim of the instruc-
Ph'ie N. 8:i~ ),P iBta Delta.'pa N vs. leta Iaof.L. ' ours, of the foit i'V try (e- or is to arefresh the subject in the
Sigmna Alpha Mu; Alpha ('Mi Rho vs !pIartuient o tlinedl bef() e lie rinllei's min(ls of the pupils.
Sigmia(Chi;Phi Siga Kappa vs. Delta (I1 the Womlan's ('1111) at, heir meeting
,iga I 'hi:; Nui Sigm a Nu vs. Alpha Vester(lfly the iireg raiof Ile, z Ioa Jatl Y'if £?Y''1?. 1 i}1' L

LOST-A punch..la(1lc -rom Ilool ii
Snumb~er 30 at the J-I-lop. Call 397,
jCooper. Reward.

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:\vU soi, Vi.,Feb. 17.- At ietic di-
recl..,r (eleo Lit111tle will meet the Wis-

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LOST--Fralernily pill.

SHOWNG HISWEE atWhineyOur moderate prices make it i7

H-otel, Arthur Nash clothes. Suits
and Top-coats, $23.50. Guaranteed
m ade-to-ineasure. E. L. IEwinig, :Ltcp-
resentative.
,,EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING
Arnold, State Sireet Jeweller I
302 South State

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fora1 11itnavel YUB:J5Ijj~L. j
GROWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CC
122 lEl.y Liberty. Phow
Ave have ju itiliea .a of things
girls and bo0ys, spiecialties an(
f°Gut's toys.
THlE DE LANO SHOP
Nickels Arcade

S. on back. Call 3553,
Iossb~e Reward.
HOMEFOR DENT
e130FOR RENT-Furnishied,
E five room capartmnent.
8 for 504 Lawrence St.

Initials S. A.
aisk for Sterni.
steanl-llea tel,
First floor.

I--- .1nroAving shortage of timbe1, in the,
' t'!ort is bieing made to have the en- .
Jirocamus peset t welomethe The fraternity volley ball tourna- I state of Michigan and offered public
tirecai~usneeent o wlcoe t e mnt will start next week. Entriess forestry as the only solutioin to the
nhOW ( irector' to Madlison. will be received until Friday noon I prolblcnL "Mlicigran needs 8,500,000,
'Director11 Little arrivedl last Fr'iday hv ce fsaefrssa~ O
firom those fraternities whichhaecrsostefrssannw has only
niighit and began his work at once with 'no~t enitered an d wish to (10 so. J 4,500,000 acres." Prof. Young showed
a imeet ing of foot blI~Ilcanidlates ______that "the demand and (c.,iiulptiofl
Sal urd iy afternoon. At this time he o odi on I)isedo on
announced the beginning of Winter ; i eas o h wnes nteowooisgonuprainggtedodugoing
piractice. al-cam~pus w{restlinlg tournament aredo ''beiifrtilth rdct
1 Ie will mie.'t the uiiivei'sity fornially at the Intramnural office. The winners which chemists are no0w able to form
Wednsda. Te metin isbein f an et their medals by calling at from1 wood fibre.
thi offiy.[icmeig sbin a e. Other benefits which would be (de-
held by the Wisconsin union. Mr. ti fie rived from state forests, according to
Ceorge I. UHaight, lpresident of the lI '*oC.Young, wouldi1 b te prmnent

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li~l 1 stdent body for the first time Kapa ~ML-ambda. 9:15. Phi
:,t a mass meeting to be held at thej Kappa vs. Phlii Delta Epsilon;
........................................ vs. Alpha Rho Chi.

Lambda
Phi ('iii '

forestry confreiice 1 ry ratarlv held at j
Chcao Robbed Of $100
Professior Younig iloiltite out the _____

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PHONE 866?
For Typewriter Repairing
(All makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,
Sundstrand and Portable Adding
machines.
KAnn Arbor Typewriter Exchange
SREFINED MIDDLE aged Ann Arbor
lady desires lady companion to tour
England, Holland, France, etc. this1
June and July. Entire expenses
less than $500. *Write box, (67,
r Michigan Daily, for interview.
r'TRY OUR New Way T1oazstedi Sand-
wiches. Best you ever ate. Arbor,
Fountain
PARTY FAVORS_"

ROOMS FOR RENT-Front single
room for nurse or business women
~iPrivate hiome. Fine location. 203
N. Ingalls.
NINE 1)DOLLARS secures fifteen dol-

Mlore than $100 in cash was taken
from the Delta Tanu Lpsilon house,
f 314 N. Ingalls St., by an unidentified
man sometime after 2:30 Monday
m rorning. Thle thief made his depart-
st ire without hiaving been discovered
anrd left no clue that officers could
wort; upon. Hle took only actual cur-
t4rency, disregarding checks, bill folds,
jewelry, and other articles of value.
-Men in the house state that the in-
! truder was evidently familiar with
tthe ndaco as hie confined his operations
entirely to the second floor.

TYPE WRITERS
I' Yl ,' 'XVtlPER

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IlEADQUARtTERS
New and siecond bhand Corona, Rend-
ington and1 Underwood p~ortables. L.
C. Smith, Underwood, Royal, Reming-
ton used and factory rebuilt machines.
Save $40 00 or more by buying from(
us. Easy terms if desired. Renting.
and r(epairing a specialty.
17 Nickels' Arcade
The 'typewriter & Stationery Store.
Open evenings. Phone 1718.
TYPEWRT 6 :y-

Ia r, very large, beautiful, fronit, room.; Aliumi i1a
Suitable for two or. three. I las a jltht body.
large bay window, also two winzdows
on side. Nicely furnished, steam 1 Bure

association, will rep~resent P r o dt e

Department paper

qu Receives

n~eat, plenty 0f1 not water, ni
pus. Also a room-mate wa
a dandy front suite. 337 TI
f FOR SALE

location of other ind~ustric-,; rear the

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'OR SALE---A piece of solid
(ining room furniture, $1147.
ice box for $20. All new.
Avenue. Leaving the city.

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Made to your order for Washington
-and. St. Patrick Parties.
BROW'S BOOK STORE'
210 South Main St.
Watch Saturday LEvening i 'ost.
tEducator Shoes. Hlargis Bootery.

NEW RECORDS
No. 2797, Fox Trot
"I CAN'T STOP BABYING YOU,"
(ORIOLE ORCHESTRA)
"TWILIGHT"
(RODEMICH ORCHE~STRA) I
No. 2403, Vocal
"SOMEBODY LIKE YOU"
~"PECAUSE TJIhEY ALL, LOVE YOU"
STOFFLET PJ1ONOCI?,idI 5141)
- IT IS HEA~LTH1Y TO EATi
y IT IS (GOOD) TO()EAT 2
IT IS L'ROPFR tTO E ATI
-k ~and
YOU :MUS'T EAT TO HEJl' FIT,--
TRY ,OUR, SANDWI('JIES
V We Deliver
K EWPIE HOTEL
O pp. Eng. Arch Phone 7E99-M

TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
proniptly did neatly dlone by experi-
enced oplerators at moder'ate rates.
0. ). IMORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
'Estalished 1908 Phone 1718
r Open evenings
T V"PEW\RITERS Splendid machines.
Kest makes for rent or for sale.
Pholie 142-R.
I HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
WANTED

ONE )LORE WEEK
Members of Fraternities, Sor
Clubs who have not heard M\
Campbell's. thrilling lecture.
May hear him any night tl
by making an appointment,I
VOCATION EXPER1
And has been lecturing any
phrenological examinations
universities and colleges dui
la'st forty years. (See hiia
in the December number of'
nell Graphic)
Advice on character buildi
tal improvement, choice of
and marriage.
Address 301 N. State st
7363-R. Office hours, 10 a. u
in.; 2 p. mn. to 5 p. in.

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sear ani \ithi the thought in mind omf further-
ante fori~i y I~.~Ji .)ng the cooperative spirit, and telling
'hompsorr. the campus of its activities,4the build j
('ails for teachers are conning in1 ings andl grounds depairne~nt Satur-
earl thi yea tothe urea of p- day noon issuedl the first number of its
eawalnu l~it elm yeaisso Margare amronf ne cprmep- uliai "The,
A u largepatetl Ulctq~,pitmns is agrt aeoniversity of Michigan B and 0 News,"
7. lrg 1secretary, hasa received 25 demands; an eight-page. thr'ee-column-abide pa-
120 restsince th-, first of the month but re- j her. E. C. Pardon, superintendent of
. .por'ts difficulty in placing app~licants,j the department is named as editor;
dure to the number of photographs and I.ii . Metcalf, managing editor.
and recommendbations not yet filed.I Copies wsere distributed ycerday to
('Calls are likely to increase from now! the 650 in the department. 'and to atn
r'oities or ui i after the meeting of thme School- equal number of faculty-men.
VIa. John I umasters' club] here in April, andb candi- I'ditorials, general newvs of interest'
Oil 'dales for positions will do wvell to to the buildings and grounds staff, and
place all necessary material in theI personal notes (distributed under the
Iis week1 office at once.l eight dlepartment heads; carpenterl
lie is a4 Location blanks to show where the shop, ?paint shop, electric shop, plmbl-
I' applicant may be found at various ing, grounds, janitors, power plant, and
d giving hoiu~rs of the (lay axe important to laundry are included in the issue.
at the j the efficiency of the b~ureau amid mustl
wring tie he filled out this I eek or next. j Romie, Feb. 17,-.The Italo-.Amneri-
pictures camn association grave a farewell recep-
The Cor- Berlin. Feb. 17,-To facilitate Amien-, tion Sunday inl honor of Giacomo (IC
can tourist ravel to Ger'many, the for- Martino, newly appointed ambassador
ing, muen- ! it n ollico ;announced a visa good for to thle United States.
vocation, ;six muonthrs will be given foir $1.- .I-- - "
A,; phne TIhe international polo match be-' Read the W ant Ads
Britain will he held in June.

forests and a comnsequent increase in
axable wealth. The social condition
of the lumberjack too, would be i-
p~roved1 and a stable popula tion est ab-
1 is lied.
"The greatest; benefit that the state
jwould receive froni pub~lic forest:,
would be the money income wvhich
should be $100,000,00 -each year,"
statedb Professor Young.
Future .Spanish
Teachers To Meet
Prospective Spanish t eachiers will
Mecet Thursday evening, at seven o'-
clock in roomi 309 main library, under
Norman I~o Willey fomr a course in
grammar review. 'Text books now in
use and~ Spanish volumes will be ex-
IRVI: WABMOLTS, 0DIS& C1'
IRALUATJAND RE(1ItsTERJED-I
ChiopoistOrthopedist
707 N University Ave Phone 2652

Don't delay-Pay your Subscription
today.
Write Your Name with
SANFORD'S INK
it Will Last Forever
C'
ountain Pen In
Fountain Pe osIble

WANTEI-Students to see our type-
writ:er bargains. Good machines for
sale or rent. S A. Moran, 711 N.
University Ave., Room 2.
]3ARJ31ER1 WANTED for part time
work. App~lly Pearmsoll 13B rber Shop.
717 North University.
BEAUTY SIIOPPES
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
~lACI AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.

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TRY OUR Hot Toasted Sandwviches.
They are delicious. Arbor Foui-

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The kiddies. will meet you at the door!
Oh, joy - it's WRIGLEY'S! Yes, joy and
benefit, for this long - lasting, inexpensive
sweet helps teeth,. appetite and digestion.
Childreni love it and. all the time they're
getting the good it does them.
Doctors and dentists say that chewing
gumk cleans the teeth and aids, tooth
nutrition. Also, that it helps digestion.
Nothing else at 5 cents meads so much
in benefit and pleasure.
So we say
£ ~ ~ a-e eeve_________meal ___

for w.
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riting\ ease*
and leg ibifiy
he Wahl Pen was designed for
rriting ease and legibility. It is a
erfected, modern writing instrument
,hich will aid you in acquiring a
ractical hand, a readable expression
fyour thoughts.
All metal construction--gold or
lver for permanence and service-
Dility--gives light weight, fine bal--
ace, increased ink capacity, strength
~resist wear and abuse. And brings
te designer opportunity to produce
pen matching the beauty of a hand-
:)mely cased watch.
Prices in gold filled or silver
Lodels $5 to $10.
Made in the U. S. A. by
THE WAHL COMPANY, Chicago
andian Faaory: THE WAHL COMPANY, Ltd., Toronto
Man ufa'lurers of the Wahl Eversharp and the Wahl
All-Metal Fountain Pcn
JEvershairp is made in designs
matching Wahl Pen
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lust as the hairbrush
left it!

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College Men
now keep their hair smooth,
lustrous, always in place

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Today, as never before, college
men have smooth, well-kept hair. 1
Why?
A few years ago the hair was a <
nuisance to almost everyone, forl
it was usually the least attractive
part of the appearance - always
unkempt and unsightly an hour
after being combed.
There was no way, then, to keep
it from being so. Old-fashioned
pomades only matted it and made
it greasy. Water evaporated quickly
and left it drier and more unruly
than ever.
Today everyone can have
smooth, neatly combed hair
Now Stacomb - a delicate, invis-
ible cream for keeping the hair in
place -- has changed all that.
It is responsible for the amazingly
improved appearance of men's hair.
And it has made possible for every
woman, however "difficult" hery
hair, the new smooth effect so much
in vogue.
In clubs and fraternities, at the
theatre or the game, today you can

seldom find even one case of un-.
kempt hair.
People who know that the hair
can ruin the whole appearance-
people who are careful about the
way they look - have given Sta-
comb an important place on theiri
chiffonier or dressing table.
No matter how dry and straggly
your hair may be - no matter how
uncontrollable after being washed
-- Stacomb will keep it always
in place, smooth, lustrous, natural.
A touch of it in the morning when
you comb your hair - and all day
long your hair will be just as you
want it, for Stacomb will keep it
smoothly in place until you go to
bed at night.si

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You can get Stacomb in contren-'
ient jars and tubes, at all drug and
department stores. Non-staining
and non-greasy. Use it tomorrow
morning - and look your best all
day!'

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----- KEEPS THE HAIR IN PLACB
Standard LaboratoriesInc.; Dept. rnO9
113W. 18th St., New York City
I Please send me, free of charge, a
_ I g, 'serous sample tube of Stacomb.'
Free Name ..............
O fJir: Address.... . ... .....

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