SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1925
AT 5.MeADVERTISING AT 3Pam
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
News From Other Colleges
Goes To Europe
Over 500 Laundry
B Mdd D
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T A~ILORI NG
Cor. N. University and Tihayer
MENS SUITS CLEANED AND
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20c
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AND
Work Called For And Delivered
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA -
Four gifts of money are announced
lOT !by tho board of regents. These total
$64.200 and the money will be used
L)ST-A Leionef fountain pen. foi suecial research in medicine,
ame Ivar C. Johnson engraved on ischolarship prizes, and the building
barrel. Finder please call 7982 or fund
210 So. Thayer. Reward.
LOST-Sliderule on Oct. 13 near UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA. -
Wuerth theatre. Reward. Ken- iThe memorial tablet for the new
nethI H. McLean, 1327 Forest Court. stadium is completed and will be ded-
icated on homecoming day, Nov. 14.
14OST-Black leather pocketbook with
gold monogram marked 11. M. A. UNIVERSITY OF IOWA.-A new
Finder please call I-I. Adler, 5618. device by means of which the human
1319 Cambridge Road. I voice transmitted by radio can be
FOR RENT photographed3 has been perfected
hero. This instrument, which will be
NESTLE PERMANENT Wave special
for October $15. Bentley Beauty;
Shop, 106 E. Liberty. Phone 6373.1
' DANCING ,
Thursday, Saturday, Sunday,,Evening
SHELDON COMMUNITY HALL
On Michigan Ave. 7 miles East of Ypsi
Admission 75c. Ladies Free
PERMANENT 'WAVE-Special $10.00.
Nestle Lanoil Process. By appoint-
ment only. Phone 21865.
WILL PERSON who took topcoat
from Law building Oct. 16 between'
8 and 11 A. M. please send keyj
in pocket by mail to H. A. licks.
1223 Hill St.I
FOR RENT-Large modern frontE
room with Victrola, warm and con-
fortable, newly and completely fur-
nished. Strictly private, no other,
students. Cheap. Dial 3059, or,
3292. 320 Thompson.
FOR RENT-Front room beautifully
furnished for student, teacher, or
couple. Phone 6528. 510 Catherine.
FOR RENT--Suite, east, south and
west exposure. Also large front
room and garage. Steam heat. Dial
8544. 422 East Washington.
M lI)DIlE-AC E) LADY would likel
used in the study of voice emotion,
is the work of professors in the
school of medicine and music and a
student in the graduate school.
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. -
The United State Marine band will
play a benefit concert here on Oct. 23,
'he proceeds to be used to buy new
uniforms for the university band. The
concert was arranged following the
refusal of the members of the local
crganization to appear at football
games this fall unless they were pro-
vided with suitable clothing.
T. C. for the coming college year,
nearly 100 of these being men with
experience in military traing who
have enrolled in advanced courses.
The majority of the remainder are
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY-More
than 30 candidates reported to try
out for the men's debating team that
will represent Ohio State in the tri-
angular debate with Northwestern
and Michigan late this fall. Although
there were only two veterans of last
year's team present, an abundance of
good new material appeared and Ohio
should be able to put a capable group
of orators on the platform.
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAC -
Teaching women the duties of Citzen-
ship is the purpose of a school in that'
subject to be held here by the uni-
versity under the auspices of th,
Illinois League of Women Voters.
Several members of the political sci-
ence department will be on the pro-
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA-In
accordance with an ancient custom
the senior class will wear the little!
black derby and carry a cane at all
occaions of importance.
UNIVERSITY OF IOWA-The Cam-
bridge debating team will meet a
team representing the University of
Iowa here on Nov. 27. The subject
of this debate has not yet been an-
nounced. The Cambridge team will
be captained by C. E. Sparrow, presi-
dent of the Cambridge Union, who
was with the team that debated in the
east last year. The same team is
later scheduled to appear-in Ann
Work being carried on to remove
the last evidence of incompleteness
from the campus landscape is near-
ing conclusion. All the walks have
been laid, the drives are completed,
and only the lawn is keeping some
12 men busy at levelling and seeding.
The lawn is being seeded with Can.-
adian blue grass, which is a hardy
variety, well adapted to the campus.
Thecompletion of the approach to
the William L. Clements library of
American histor fr f h i h
j LJUs iV.L(teuf " al./U y e
Approximately 500 laundry bags are
mailed b~y students every day, post
office records disclose. Most of these ,
are addressed to post offices within lr "'
a 300 mile radius. Of the 3,000 cases
-.which are sent each week, it is esti- im2'o
mated that considerably more than Mila
half are mailed on Thursday or Fri-
" < First Church of Chr
AIInoIuinces a Free 1
, Y. . } ..Christian Sc
........SU.JEC: "CRISTIAN 54
PROFESSOR IIERMiANN S.
Member of the Board of Lecturesh
'The First Church of Christ. Sci
Jesse H. Riddle, chief of statisticsE
section, treasury department, is going T uesday, Otbr
to Hurope as special assi tant to S. t :0 O'clock
Parker Gilbert, American director of'The Public is ('ordially
the (German reparations lIayment ma-
liIiG Oct. 17.---The war prep-
ons of the governor of the prov-
of Chekaing have arou ,ed liveli-
s p ci laions as to whether the
"tenig conflict' is likely 'to in-
I3SANE, Italy, Oct. 17.-twelvo
;ons were killed and 20 ihjured
y , when a freight train crashed
a iassenger train bound from
n for Genoa.
tronize Daily Advertisers.
CIENCE AND THE
HERRING, C. S. B.
ip of The Mother Church
entist, in Boston, Mass.
Ivited to Attend
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FIVE Tickets for Mich.-Ill. game.
Separated if necessary. Call L.
Efficient work at reasonable prices,
Edw. A. Clark 1121 S. Univ.
MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
er, thirty years experience; banjos,
work of any kind afternoons or 01IO STATE UNIVERSITY-Stu-
night work. 3671. dents taking biology here will soon
have the historic Gibralter Island in
FORD Trflingy all ready for Wiscon- l ake Erie as their laboratory, if
sin and Illinois. Four brand new lak s hed ararid
cords. Engine just completely over-i Plans now being formed are carried
]alied ('y ovrnrilhvrne 1mie cu. phe island, formerly the summer
mandolin, guitar and chord
struction. Telephone 4757.
We pay best prices for men's used
clothing., Dial 8040.
Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer
MIRROR BEAUTY SHOP
19 Cutting Apartments
Special 'Treatments for the Hair
Our service givessatisfaction
STUDENTS-Who want tutoring in
German call Dolberg, Dial 7829 be-
tween 6-7 P. M.
TICKET or tickets for Illinois game.
AM VERY anxious to get two tickets
for Navy and Ohio games. Phone
HELP WANTED-Woman to clerk
in candy store. Some experience.
Mac Diarmid's Candy Store. 715 N.
WANTED - Experienced laundress.
Want student and family washing.
Will call for and deliver. Phone
WANTED-One ticket for Illinois
game. Call Schwartz. Phone 6744.
TWO TICKETS for Navy game. Please
leave address with anyone answer-
ing phone. Dial 7117.
WANTED-Resident of Detroit, fel-
low or girl with sales ability to in-
terview business executives. Must
be sure of yourself. Salary and
commission. Wonderful oppor-
tunity for spare time work. Box
16 Care of Daily.
WANTED--Responsible young lady,
upperclassman preferred. Clerical
work in spare time. State whether
typist. Box 16 clo Daily.
STUDENT to sell insurance, good pay.
Daily Box No. 12.
TO SELL DAILY EXTRAS
TO PRESS BLDG.
STUDENT wants work for Saturdays
or afternoons. Will do anything.
Call Doerge 4418.
lIdII . . 5 ie y m clanlc
$75. Dial 9588.
Esthonia Will Ask
For Debt Funding
RVAL, Esthonia, Oct. 17,-The
government has decided to authorize
the Esthonian minister at Washington
to conclude an agreement for fund-
ing the Esthonian debt with the United
States along the lines of the Polish
American debt settlement. The debt
amounts to about $14,000,000.
Music And Drama
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the symphonies that his genuis de-
mantis. Drugged into a sleep, the
rest of the play shows his nightmare
in the home of an American thous
From this moment the fantasy as-
sumes weird and grotesque propor-
tions, deep in satire, and shifting from
actual melodrama to strangely subtle
romance. In the midst of his dream
comes the famous pantomime, "A
Kiss In Zanadu," for. which Deems
Taylor composed the scorerand
through -which the cloying Gretta
Nissen rose to her celluloid fortune.
'ne present cast will present Miss
Bonstelle's re-organized company, in,
cluding Donald Cameron in the title
role, Jessie Royce Landis as Cynthia,
and with Walter Sherwin, Gale Son-
dergaard, Martin Burton, Melvyn
Douglas and Mary Hall as the other
major characters. Carolyn Ilumph-
reys will take Miss Nissen's role in
the pantomime and Martin Burton,
the new juvenille will appear as the
Belinda Treherne also carries dish-
es and a spear across the stage.
PARIS, Oct. 17.-French losses in
Syria since France took over the man-.
date from the Ledgue of Nations,
have amounted to 6,042 men killed or
home of Jay Cooke, was recently pur-
chased from his heirs by Julius F.
Stone, a Columbus manufacturer, and
presented by him to the trustees of
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY-A
poultry farm,made possible by an
appropriation of $40,000, is now being
constructed north of the university
campus. It is proposed to make this
farm ,which will be completed within
two years, an experimental station
where the most advanced methods of
poultry raising may be studied under
TULANE UNIVERSITY - Pathe
News service will produce a one
thousand foot film in natural colors
featuring Tulane University as the
greatest university in the south, ac-
cording to an agreement made be-
tween the Harcol Film company of
New Orleans and the Pathe News
LANSING, Ot. 17.-Tiae state in-
surance department is investigating
two ('omanies said to have been is-
s-iig policies in connection with the,.
sale of Florida lands.
Make our store your shop-
ping place forI
We have a large assort-
mer t of plaques
2 Nicke s Arcade
INEW AND NIFTY
WAH RCS UNIVERSITY
-ueziaa isoy, for winci t e con-
service. Most of the photography has crete base has been placed await-
already been done. ing the granite, will finish the lawns
ind walks program for this season.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA
More than 500"stftdents have en- I Want a room? Read Page Seven
rolled in the local unit of the R. 0. and use the Classified columns.--Adv.
Home Cooked Meals
Twenty Meals, $6.50
THE ARBOR FOUNTAIN
31: "South State St.
Students that eat here tell us we serve the
best meals in Ann Arbor. We have room
for ten more students.
Hasselbach's Dining Room
Bring this ad
with you. It'
worth Sc on
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zNCOP.POP ATZD ai-' P. .BJ. PAX. 0FF,
A fine line of typewriters YOU haven't been up to
for sale or rent. see our new two-in-one pen
Rental price, $2.25dCoetate!
pe mnhup Come at once !
per mont up Fill it with water and it
Purchase price writes with real ink. We've
$20.00 Up tried it out for a year and it
Look 'em over. works fine.
A . M O R A N 711North University Avenue
Room 2, Second Floor
On Display by
WANTED-Tickets for Navy and
Minnesota games. Call O'Keefe.
WANTED-Opportunity by one per-
son to drive to Urbana in closed
car preferably with faculty family.
Tel. Univ. 153-M, 9:00-10:00.
WANTED-Cook and porter for fra-
ternity house. References neces-
sary. AddressBox 14.
WANTED-A garage, in the vicinity of
South Fifth, between Williams and
Liberty. Dial 4318, ask for Ryan.
VERY Anxious to get one ticket for
Navy game. E. Kieswetter, 621 For-
est. Phone 21844.
A FULL dress suit like new. Half
price. Size 38. 711 Granger Tele-
SCHAEBERLE & Son. 110 S. Main
Mr. C. P. Lathrop
Tues., Wed., Thurs.,
Oct. 20, 21, 22
at Cartier's, 306 S. State St.
INCORPORATfD - aEG.U.S.PAT. 0FF.
Stores in New York, Brooklyn, Newark
and Philadelphia '-Q9Address for Mail
Orders, 291 Hudson At, New York City'-
Delicious in taste, pure
in substance, you find
Ann Arbor Dairy Ice
Cream that way always
Ann Arbor Dairy Co.
Read the Want Ads
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