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T1ESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 125
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LEASERS of fBESN RAN
GROUPS MEET 1,0NIGHT1'

'Experiences Of
Caribbean Cruise
Outlined By Hall;

NOTICE

WANT ED

TAILORING STUDENT to sell insurance, good pay.
Students Tailoring Phone 840 Daily Box No. 12.
Cor. N. University and Thayer
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED) AM VANTED--Tiekets for Navy and
PRESSEI), $1.g Minnesota games. Call O'Keefe.
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20c Itone 8564.
,CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
AND ALTERING A SP'ECIAI1'Y WANTlED-)Sax and cornet players.
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AN) E' nerienced only. Call "Eppie"
COATS 4752.
REASONABLE PRICES
Work Called For And Delivered WAN'TIDil)-Students going to Illinois

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NESTLE PERMANENT Wave special
for October $15. Bentley Beauty
Shop, 106 E. Liberty. Phone 6373.
FIVE Tickets for Mich.-Ill. game.#
Separated if necessary. Call L.
Wetzel, 7817.
MELL QILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
er, thirty years experience; banjos,;
mandolin, guitar and chord con-1
struction. Telephone 4757.
NOTICE;,
We pay best prices for men's used
clothing. Dial 8040.
Students' Tailoring
Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer
STUDENTS-Who want tutoring in
German 'call Dolberg, Dial 7829 be-
tween 6-7 P. M.

game who want to earn all or part
of their expens(e(s. Call Fradenbmrgh
Dial 8455 after 6 P. M.
TWO Illinois tickets in MM, or will
give three together in MM for four
and cash or one Ohio Ticket. Call

Pardo Ph. 9717.

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WAN''EI)D---Tiuree tickets for Illinois
game. Dial 3764.
WANTED-Five students, either boys
or girls to earn way to Illinois
game. Mr. Hoover, 548 Church St.
after 0 P. M.
WANTED--Five tickets to Illinois
game. Call "Eppie" 4752.
TWO Tickets for Illnois game. Dial
22342. 508 Hill.
MAN over 25 experienced handling
men. Pleasant congenial work for
right party in Ann Arbor. Em-
mons Co., Newark, New York.

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Rh. Rex. John Gardner Murray of
Baltimore, bishop of Maryland, is the
first elected presiding bishop of the
Episcopal church in the United States
in 150 years. Formerly the post was
held by the senior prelate of the
church. He is 68 years old.

Undergraduates and faculty n1eui Rci)ort B. Hall]. of they geography
begs who will lead the freshman dis- del)art.ment yesterday outlined }grief-
cussion groups this year will InE et ly the experie'llccs of his sulrlmer trip,
and discuss the year's program at a ; through the Caribbean, where he
dinner at 5:30 o'clock tonight ill Palle completed a. geographical reconnais- j
hall tavern. A leader from each j rancse of the ]del ulslic of Plaiti as tllc
group of freshmen will also attend to; guest of th,, Pinit< d States Navy de.-
.s isr. ill the discussion of the most partmeiiL He visited Santo Domingo,
plausible and satista.ctory methods of I'or{;o Rico, the Ainer"ict;21 Virgin is-
.onctuctin- the weekly meetrn rF,. lands and t3outh Cuba, and made an
Two discussion nreeGing. a2 ]vld ~"
c t{ x...it . c . uI c l cL co-<clition5 in
every Monday, Tuesday, A, c6n!--,6aV, H2111 L'i;ring ili:7 n1t32 th';:z stay.
and Thursday nights, on- at 7 and*; T
i 1:, 1,+5 TI :vii tl1l'~. 3hollt the is.
she others at 7:30 o'clock. hash group la..t;. Lost on borsch ach, Mr. Hall
aeets for one half hot and discuss-'
es, informally, problems !rhlcil are of it {' ° {' t i li t t x I; ;rapll cwl rc -
most pertinent interest to the illcom c?,. tt:i(l ti.;']cd l:ullran a.d112.ztmel.ts
o ' l t.,,{',.1 eltb:.Jilnl( lt, czip(' ia.llj''
ing students. Pleaders of campu 4 ac-'
?s t' ;',.la c' to 'lie manner of mak-
tivlties and younger members of tl:e
faclulty have lec;n chosen to lead .1 a l:nc . Other subjects of iit-
>hese M.eeting~ to i ecquaint ti.e fresh- ; (erect by Hall include a
men w, . coIldUions as thoy exist czt. i :study life, types of 11 ow w"';,
Miebiga.r. All freshmcli are urged to ,'ol'Ics _n( 1 cfs: ts of * agriculture,
enroll in one of these g ou p and .2retil<~l of ,..,tnv.213iC oa gan zation and
learn about the tradit]oh citstoul;; indastry and (.ho distribution of Hai-
and activities on the campus. tian geographical phenomena.
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prepare our fia ous Chinese isties. W
Try them for dinner. tonicrht,
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a a;acv fata:;tla c awl A t? la aaod 1c; :: ya>nr a:aa-wmre f(,r as stilt or
STYLE, Fur, QUALITIES
Your 11P.(.4, D e!;: ea? Wear '. aasll (' l3attacs.

All Wool Pre-Shrunk in Beautiful Fabrics That Will -Not Fade.
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
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talza n enfor

of time allotted for
'diIsian. pictures is

early Life To
Be Disclosed
Through Rocks
Editor of Forum Claims Valuable
Information May Exist;
Asks for Aid
NEW YOLK, Oct. 13.-That valu-
able and surprising information about

shorter this year.

Appointments must conk in faster
to get them taken in time. ..

at-the start, in order

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FOUNTAIN PEN INK
Our special Government Record ink
when set is water-proof. No fear
of its smearing when touched with
a moist finger or being completely
erased if your note book should get'
wet. It has a fine color and flowsc
well. A word to the wise is suffic-
ient.

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Rider's Pen Shop

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The limit is Thanksgiving-about five weeks is all.

PANCAKE SUPPER, Church of
Christ, Corner Hill and Tappan,
Wednesday, Oct. 1,5 5-7:30. 25c.
HAVE YOU oily hair? A Pohaco
treatment will surely help. Price
25c.
BEESYL BEAUTY SHOP
Over Arcade Theater
HOUSEHOLDERS having rooms to
rent to .members of the state press
Oct. 29th 'and 30th communicate
with William Breyer, 916 So. Main,
St.
FOUNTAIN PEN SERVICE
Our service is your saving. Our
brands consist of those that give
-you the best service. for the, least,
money. Expert fitting is our spec-
ialty. We will give you unequalled
repair service on any make of pen
and service any pen we sell.
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State St.
LOST
LOST - A LeBouef fountain pen.
Name Ivar C. Johnson engraved on
barrel. Finder please call 7982 or
210 So. Thayer. Reward.
BETWEEN Granger Academy and
Majestic Theatre, child's sweater.
Dial 5822.
LOST-AN ORLICK curved stem pipe
in or near Majestic Theater. Call
Mr. Sanford 7172. Reward.
LOST-Sigma Pi fraternity pin. Find-
er call Van Doren. Phone 6381. Re-
ward.
LOST-From ,taxi coining from M. C.
depot a black handbag, Sunday
night between 7:15 and 7:30. Re-
ward.6L. R. Markus, 822 Oakland.
Dial 6110.
LOST-A pocket book between Meth-
odist Church and Fuller St. Find-
er please return and receive re-
ward. Dial 22395.
FOR RENT
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.

WANTED-Opportunity b
son to drive to Urban
car preferably with fac
Tel. Univ. 153-M, 9:00-1
WANTED-One Illinois 1
Sealby, 8517.
WANTED-One ticket or
Illinois game. Call Sac
WANTED-Five Illinois
gether or separate. Ca
WANTED-Four Illinois
Pauline Malone at 301
WANTED-Two or three
O. S. U. game or Mini
Call 4518 Ask for Dent;
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Remington
typewriter, new. Will
413 So. Division Phone
FOR SALE-Poy Boston
reasonable. Gussey 534
FOR SALE-For the gami
touring, excelleit cond
en less than 5000 mile:
driver. Four new tires
3826 after 6:30.P. M.
FOR SALE-Muskrat fu
Hudson seal collar and
38. 214 S. Division. P
FORD Touring in excelle:
$36. Call Fritz. 22491.
TUDOR FORD sedan. E
chanical condition. Al
accessories. $125.00. Le
Dial 6857. 419 Hill St.
TENOR Banjo and case.
had it but five months
very little. Phone 3292.
son St.

:ulty family. the prehistoric inhabitants of Amer-
LO: 00. ica may be obtainable from the paint-
ticket. Call , ings and inscriptions known to exist
on rocks in various parts of the coun-
try is the idea urged here today by
tickets for Dr. E. E. Free, science editor of The
2lis 7137. Forum. The public is asked to sup-
tickets, to- ply information of the locations of
all 22191. such examples of prehistoric Aineri-
can art, so that these examples may
tickets. Call be photographed and studied scien-
tifically before they disappear or are
defaced.
e tickets to Last year in the northwestern
iesota game. corner of Arizona a scientific expedi-
te. Lion headed by Mr. Samuel Hubbard,
of Oakland, California, ,found some
remarkable rock pictures supposedly
n portable made by prehistoric man. One of
these pictures looked much like a
sell cheap. dinosaurone of the long-extinct rep-
9352, tiles which geologists have recon-
n Bull z pups structed from fossil bones. Others
looked like the . ibex, an antelope-like
48, 610LL For-
creature which, lives in Asia but is
nat; known, eve$ in fossil form, in
e, 1920 Ford Anierica.
ition. 1Driv- If these really are ibex, where did
s by careful the ancient artist:~ see them? Has the
$80. Phone Pacific Coast experienced some pre-
Columbian visit from Asiatics, like
the ancient visit of Lief Ericson to
zr coat with our Atlantic Coast? This is by no
d cuffs, size means impossible. Early settlers in
'hone 5716. California relate a story of the find-
hig, years ago, of a complete Chinese
:nt condition. junk, buried in the gold gravels.
Rock pictures and inscriptions are
known to occur in many places in the
lxcellent me- United States. They have always been
11 necessary ascribed to the present-clay Indians,
eaving town: which is no doubt quite correct for
t:he majority of the examples. But
Owner has possibly some of them are more
and used it anccient and more important. The
320 Thomp- paintings on the walls of gorges and
caves in Spain and France were ne-
glected for years. Now the scientists
are reading much ancient history
from them. Possibly we are neglect-
ing a similar asset in the United
States.'
All persons who know of prehis-
® taric inscriptions or painting which
deserve study and record are urged,
therefore, to send brief descriptions
of them, with exact directions for
00 "jMd finding the locality to the science ed-
itor of The Forum, 247 Park avenue,
New York City. Such information
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will be gratefully acknowledged. It
rvocch may prove of great value to science.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 19.-A gift of
1$1,000 each to Pitchers Coveleskie
1 and Marberry for their work during
the past season was awarded today
by the Washington baseball club.
I4et The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified _columns.-Adv.

by one per-
a in closed

Student Laundry
is a specialty with
us. We can save you money and give

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Tryus once.

The MOE LAUNDRY

lu hone 5031 for appointment

204 --N. MAIN.

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All, our popular Brogue Models
on display at
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v'zG South Sia to Sireet
Ain Arbor, Mich.
Lasts and Patterns ]exclusively
Our Own Design
J H URPHY

Photographer

WHITEHOUSE & HARDY
INCORVORATCO
$ROADWAYAT40-STREET 144WEST42,,omRw
MEMOPOUTAN OMM MMM BLDG, KNicuitsocuR BUILDING.
NEW YORK

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John Specializes
In reasonably priced, home-cooked

The fact that we Oversold our First Shipment
of Overcoats, Saturday, proves that
Our tyles are fight
Our Fabrics are Right
Our Colors Are Right
Our Prices Are Right
Just received a large shipment of Adler Overcoats
in Blues and Lighter Shades. Vide Shoulders,
Snug Hips, and Unusually Long.
Prices, $33.50 to $50.00.

food

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of the finest quality.
He assures balanced meals because lie
always serves soup, vegetables and dessert
with them.
0000 _EATS CAFETERIA

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1'Iichian Stati*onery
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UNIVERSITY
AIIR' BOOK STORE

609 E. William

Just off State

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213 EAST LIBERTY Opposite Varsity laundry
Out of the high rent district.

Cooking Shat YOU Will LIKE

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