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The Michigan Daily, 1925-10-28

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THE VIICHAIV RAIL, '

PACE SEVEN

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 19j THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAOE SEVEN
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)8 THI
COLUMkN I. ICOLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

DAILY OFFICIAL'BULLETI
Publication in the Biletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. in. Saturdaysk.
Yolume VI WE)NESIDAY, OCTBERi 28, .1925 Nuniher 12

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homes to them. Rooms will be paid for at the usual rates. No meals need SOFIA, Oct. 27.-The French min-
be served. Members of the Faculty who are willing to rent rooms for Thurs- Ister M. Dard, has signed a commer-
day and Friday nights will serve a worthy cause by listing their rooms with cial agreement between France and
J. L. Brumm, Dial 4740. .1 L. Brumni. Bulgarin

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NOTICEI

WANTED

DO YOU PATRONIZE
A CERTAIN EATING

Read the

A news-letter, published ii London
, j in 1727, states: "Street robberies were
Yant A dsI never known to be greater than they
are at present."

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MOTOR I VERY. Drive any nUm- WANTED-One or more tickets for
ber of people any where any time. Navy and Ohio games. Call 7445
diamond center. Call 7817. I)rummond.
Insurance on all passengers. Phone
Ypsi 844-W or see W. IH. Lathers. STUDENT to sell insurance, good pay

rTo the Deais:
5 There will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday, October 28, at
10 o'clock in the President's office. C. C. Little.
. Tickets for Inauguration:

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PLACE

MERELY

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TAILORIN G
Students Tanloring Phone 8040
Cor. N. University and ThayerI
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED AND j
PRESSED, $L25
TROTSERS PRESSED, 20c
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
AND ALTERING A SPECIAI' I
ALSO LADIES DRlESSES AND)
COATS
REASONABLE PRICES
Work Called For And Delivered

WAN'I TO CASI
T .'ONEY ? -Iive
wanted to sell;
peins directly
$7.50 pen sells
sales, good prof
See C.
1214 Willa
RC Mfr TO EN 1,

FACULTY. The main floor (red tickets) is reserved for guests of the
IN ON SOME REAL University and the families of members of the Faculties. Faculty members
more college men are expected to take part in the academic procession and occupy seats on
guaranteed fountain the stage. Tickets for members of their families, however, to the number
for Manufacturers. available for the purpose, may be had on application to the secretary's office
for $4.00. Quick on and after Wednesday morning, October 28.
it. STUDENTS. The first and second balconies (blue tickets) are assigned
P'. Teeple to the student body, and tickets have been sent pro rata to the Deans' oli;es,
Ord, Dial 6568 where students may apply for them on and after Wednesday, October 28.
Sfo n r:?7 *l',I All tickets issued are subject to the limitations of the Auditorium.

A FORCE OF HABIT?
CR DO YOU SET A
DEFINITE STAND-
ARD AS TO WHAT
AND HOW AND

A Convnient Place to Drop Into
Between Classes Is
TICES ON THE CAMPUS

'W'IEIT

YOU EAT?

Tteet.P e 79.ormen.6
Street. Plione 70'49.

MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach- WANTI :D--Two or three Navy tickets.
er, thirty years experience; banjos, 4535 Larry.
mandolin, guitar and chord con- WANTED TO RENT--Garage near
struction. Telephone 4757. MoroSt. Call Brown 4546.
HOUSEHOLDERS having rooms to WANTED--Sewing, Made to measure
rent to members of the state press Nlesses and lingerie. Relining
Oct. 29th and 30th communicate ots an altcri.Phone
with William Breyer, 916 So. Main 413 So. Division St.
St.
WANTED-Navy game tickets. Twos
REWARD for information leading to ANtees. ao 5752.
securing Navy tickets. Call 6581. 1 thres._Wasn __752. _
WANTED-Two Navy tickets. Phone!
ELSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per- 9557 ask for Doutell.
manent waving, and marcell waving
our specialty. 319 S. Main. Room WANTED-Tutor for Economics 52.
202. Dial 4404. Please state price. Box 20, Daily.
WILL TRADE one 50-yard line Navy LOST
ticket for 1 in west stand. Call
Gregory 4418. LOST--Silver engraved Eversharp
pencil. Initials I. J. W. Phone
FOR NAVY GAME-Fur coats. Aus- 21212. Reward.
tralian goat skin coats can be -
ordered through George Bott. Phone LOST-A Black Belgian police dog.

Redc tickets should be presented before 10:45 a. in., after which time
the ushers are instructed to admit non-ticketholders to unreserved and un-
occupied seats.
Blue tickets also should be presented before 10:45 a. m. in order to as-
sure seating for although they are marked "if presented before 11 a. m." it
will be difficult to hold seats after 10:45 in any part of the Mali. Persons
holding blue tickets will, of course, be seated by the ushers after 10:15 ii
possible.
Inauguration Committee.
Notice to All Faculty Members:
At the meeting of the Regents held February 25, 1921, the Board made
the purchase of an annuity in the Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Asso-
ciatioR of America, a condition of employment in the case of all members
of the Faculties thereafter engaged except instructors of less than three
years' standing, with whom such purthase is optional.
Members of the Faculties and othelt connected with the University
can obtain at the office of the Secretary of the University full information
concerning their privileges and responsibilities with respect to life annu-
ities. Specimen policies, rate books, and reports of the Teachers' Insurance
and Annuity Association are on file for distribution. Ask for Mr. Buckley,
Assistant Secretary.
The University will contribute equally with the member of the Faculty,
within certain limits, to the provision of the old age annuity. The faculty
member thus purchasing an annuity receives under such conditions 100 per
cent upon his contribution plus 4 per cent per annum on the entire sum in-
volved, and these accumulations are non-forfeitable to him in any case.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University.
Rooms for Visiting Editors:
Owing to the unusual demand for rooms by outsiders attending the
Myichigan-Navy football game the newspaper editors of the state who are
meeting here in convention Thursday, Friday, and Saturday cannot be fur-
nished sleeping accommodations unless members of the Faculty open their

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HARMO NY
CAFETE RIA
508 East Willabn

Alo!ARBOR DRAPERY SH'OPPE'

301 East Liberty Street
Call30.31 for

"Where the Best
Is Served"

Foot

Shades, Draperies and Accessories

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between 7 and 8 P. M. Dial 8917.
The glorious beauty of the flower
Neglected, fades and dies.
And so the grace of woman's face,
Her most alluring prize,
By time and climate is destroyed.
These ravages we'll stop.
You can, in truth, .preserve your
youth
At the Anderson Beauty Shop.
Phone 3059
The De Lano Shop
4 Nickels Arcade
Announces the arrival of some won-
derfully smart models in sweaters
and sweater suits. All colors and
designs. We have also received a
beautiful line of hand made batiste
and voile dresses. Just the thing'
for a distinctive gift. Most of our
Christmas toys and gifts are here
now and may we suggest that early.
buying avoids disappointments.
Dial 4881
FO1 RENT.
FOR RENT-Large front room, suite
and garage. Steam heat. Dial 8544.1
A SMALL single room. Steam heat.
For business girl or man. Call 7796.

Disappeared Oct. 24. Highland"
Park license. Call S. A. Johnson at
Sigma Delta Kappa house. Reward.
LOST-Key case containing five keys
between Hill auditorium and Union
Saturday afternoon. Finder please
call Holmes 4418.
LOST-Silver grey police dog with
brown collar. Reward for informa-
tion leading to his recovery. Call
5817.
LOST-A young police dog. If
found phone 21695 or 21267 or re-
turn to 409 Camden Court.
LOST-Rider fountain pen, name
Charles S. Higley on pen. 1210
Washtenaw. Phone 9175.
LOST-A young police dog. If found
phone 2-1695 or 21267. 409 Camden
Court.
LONDON, Oct. 27.-Austen Chamber-
lain, foreign secretary, told news-
papermen Locarno will be seen later
to be the real dividing point between
the years of war and the years of
peace.
Little investment-big returns, The
Daily Classifieds.-Adv.

Hall owe 'en
Decorations

At

Car nival

Week

Wahr's Book Stores

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If you humor a
false hunger, you'll
spoil your real
appetite.
Many of us eat
too much, anyway.
We overburden the stom

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at the
Graystone' Ballroom
DETROIT
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29
The Event of the Season
Our Annual MARDI GRAS
$1,000 in Prizes to be Given for the
Most Original Costumest
A Riot of Fun - Noise Makers - Serpentine - "Nuff Sed"
Attendance Limited
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30
" OR WHAT 'YOU
Cabbage Nite Fox NLte WILL

Anteriea'ts Ten Floors
Largest of Shoe
Shoe Stone Service
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Next time you "feel faint" and think
yu need just a bite-try WRIGLEY'S.
It will allay your apparent hunger,
and thirst, and give you a genuine,,
healthy appetite.
Then you'll be ready for your next
'regular'.meal, with a hearty zest.
Also, WRIGLEY'S tends to keep the
eeth clean, the mouth wholesome.

THAT REMINDS US

SATURDAY,

OCT. 31

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Bo-o-o!

Who?

You?

jI'o I ad digestion iuse'

Come and Help Us Make It Some Party
Attendance Limited

Graystone bancing Nightly Except Monday
Two Orchestras including

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