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Ti"F.,DAY, NOVI', IBII'.Z 1,925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESAYNOVMBER3, 925PAGE SEVEN

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tQ LUMN !F Co a
CLOSES CLOSCS
Ai3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 PM.

Studies Polar Air Conditions,

NOTICE
TAILORING
Students T'ailoring Phone 8040
Cor. N. University and Tlhayer
M~EN'S SUITS CL~EANED AN D
PRESSED), $1.25
TROUJSERS PRtESSED), ::{e
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPIAIRING
! AND ALTERING A SPECAI TIY
4ALSO LADIES I)RESSES AND)
CO}ATiS
REASONABLE PRICEIS
Work -Called For And IDelivered
ELSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per-,
mnanent waving, and marcell waving
our specialty. 319 S. ?M'ain. Roo0m
202. D~ial 4404.
THlE COLLEGE MAGICIAN
Announcing Complete
change in his bag of
tricks. -Entertainment
for all occasions.l
N. D. Smith, Dial 5970

W ANTEI'-D
STUDENT to sell insurance, good pay.
Daily Box No. 12.
WANTED-Sewring. Made to measure
diresses and. lingerie. Relining
coat:, and altering. Phone 9352.
41..1 So. Division St.
GA ltAG Tfh ear 1009 MiVIh. Ave. Mail
on:r wers same ad res s. 11. S. Tif-
fany.
WA N Ei> -I ~sitias coop in fra-
terinity. Phone 3~321.
h'A N I"ElJ--Ti( kets for the McCor-;
m-acl colicert. Call 9:31:2.
WANTD--t isstudlent to help care?
for children and hou s ework, Phone
43229 or call r t 1411 Wells street.
FOR SA LE{ "tu~ size 237. Phone 3571.1

!Bence of i embers of the Univer-, point of -view." 'imoe President's reception was held
-it ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ F '. i: ti ernwlae.H egent Clemnents in comm~enting up-, fr,,m 4I o (fo'clock in Alumzni Memorial
coiniientet1 upon the fact that the: on PresidIent Little's h laving come h.,l. Althbough admission was only to
Pox-: C X Liar, ,ie; tip scientist and uponl from [[arvrard, said, "that. he knew of tV-, : who secured tickets beforehand
Swhi~ch file habit of scientific no two institutions more similar than from e <-ecretary's- ofice, there were
: c-,st 3JJ ai will Nave on the adfliii-'Michigan and H-arvard." mn students and outsidIers present.
ir ;tior. lie sa(i, "The lPresidenit will-
a iaf: i~ prob0Klms of higher educa-#,,.!!t!!!1tlX9 ll!.#1## [!#,#~#!lt!##I#t##1#.E3# #1P
tin w~it h cfc-nt~f~c technique,'' a,1;1 le ,.
Adcd furth(er that '"we are glad to-
OCc( t ti h lI adcl'hi) of scien~ce." -.
I'T.e main trouble with the faculty=-
i s t luh tt ih e y r f a i l t o h a v e p r o p e r i n -=tE T i L { t i ) ) o f t e o r d u t d , " =s Kn uA lo l t
add~ed Professor Reeves, and ''we. are = Y
t sihal w( will nave fair andlfrnk=ENEIRGINE :L
loieat-rsip by a man who knows our
Shas long, since passed the experimental stage; it is the only,,
~99 per cent pure solvent known to Dry Cleaning.
WELL PRESSED IS NOT WELL DRESSED -
N any more than the shirt and collar you are wearing today will
Le acceptable for use again tomorrow, if pressed without laun -
Yesit'stru tha ~ -dering. Have your garments cleaned the ENEIRGINE way.
!« : l. ST:YWAY CLEALOI. N(R'ER - ABtSOJIi:, )1U'rT I :LSS
she'll knfow you .nY --
paid just five call- W al1o ii eie
Hag cards for her I-
Parker Lady Duo- .(leanringc
fold, but do, you r Rpring1I"
really think she Garment Cleanin~
thinks the nonen- ICompany PHONE
tity costs morel 20 Soutnh
I'Then you'd better -Fourilinor.
look farther. 'h ~m. o 2ne~r~
V.i. SCIRW%

OPPORTUNITY FOR COLLEIGE girls FOR SAT,,'-blast of campus, built for
to see Europe. Chaperoned partyI home, six room house, beautifully
being organized now. References! finishod only throughout, mirror door
given. Write to box 22. f in hall, cloaklrrom, electric fireplace,
-I7 closets, large attic, garage, phone
MANUSCRIPTS Typewritten by ex-1 7r,1.

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peraenced o pera.tiors at. nIJ) iiai'
BOOK STORE, 11 Nickels Arcade.
NOTICE
We pay best prices. for men's used
' lotlliflOTDial 8040.

,I Not dlaunted by failure of air detachment of the 'MfacMillan expedi-
tion to conquer the Vrctic with planes Coin. Richard Byrd, U. S. N., one
of the fliers, back in Washington, jastudying polar atmosphere conditions,
hopeful of finding a means of overcoming the obstacles which defeated
him on the top of the earth. The photo shows him with his finger on the
spot in the Arctic where hie hopes to find a "iost cjontinent."

All the better makes including the
fam-ous Rider "Masterpen.'' Why
not rget ouir skelled service with

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Students' Tailoring Itider's Pen ShopI -~rSa nt S
Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer I302 State Street;
IO STDN ahnst o tInaug urated~
FO TDN ahnst o thome Phone 21668. Student or fam- f n~ u~iriir
icy washings. Washings done sepa- QEDL TOl ME LIUII j (Continuesi from Page One)

rately.I
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BU1Y the LATEST FICTION at BID-
DLE'S BOOK STORE, 11 Nickels
Arcade.

WATCH REPAIRING
Efficient work at reasonable
:Edw. A. Clark 1121 S. Univ.

prices.j

ATTENTION fraternities and sorori-
ties. Try our Special Blend Coffee.l
Per pound 45c. The Schultz Groc-
-ery.
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
We profit by your satisfaction. The
ink we recommend is first a recordl
ink. It is the best flowing ink and
will not clog the delicate mnechan-'
ism of your pen. Ask At,
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State Street
LOST
LOST-German police dog, Wed. Oct.
28th. He has one injured ear and
answers to name of "Cop". Call
Brown at 201 North Thayer or Dial
4593. Reward.

AT BERONUETY
Prof. Thomas E. Reed of the politic-
al science department, was granted a
leave Iof absence for the second school
Isemester at the last meeting of the
Board of Regents.
Professor Reed has definitely de-
cided to visit several countries of
Europe. I-I- is to give a course of
lectures at the University of Brus-1
sels on the subject "American Consti-
tutional Law." These lectures will be
given sometime in March, entirely in
French. Professor Reed will then go
to France to attend an international1
congress of administration in Paris
late in the spring.
During the summer he will attend
an international city planning confer-
ence which is to be held in Vienna.
Professor. Reed- will also make a .
special study of metropolitan com-
munities, particularly London, Paris,
Brussels, Berlin and Vienna. After-
visiting other~ countries he will re-
turn to America next fall in time for
the opening of the University.
STOCKHOLM, Nov. 2.-The Chilean
government has ordered nine heavy
military planes, each to be fitted with
three engines and designed to make
a speed of 117 miles an hour.
TEHERAN, Persia, Nov. 2. - A
strong ;nationalist movement against
the present Persian dlynasty has been
under way for the last few days.
CHIROPO0DIST AIND
ORT HOPEDI1ST
707 N. University Ave. Phone 21212

edI the spchC1Ian1 araJ1dUl f ttlught
from which we might draw liberally."1
He asserted further that he was in
entire sympathy with the views which
President Little had expressed with
respect to student enthusiasm with
athletics. "The trouble is," said
President Olds, "we expect our boys
to be other than ourselves." We can-1
not prevent ourselves from getting en-
thusiastic over competition so why'
should we expect our boys to be dif-
ferent? President Olds then said,
"The beginning and end of education
is to fit the many to survive."
In speaking to President Little at

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In commenting upon the address of
President Little, President Olds call- {

the close of his talk, President Olds
said, "Our wish is that your future1
will be even more successful than
your career to dlate."
Pres. W. W. Campbell,, '86, of thel
!University of California, in his talk:
told President Little that only the gov-
ernor and the chief-justice of Michi-
gan carry burdens in this state equal
to his. He added that his ability to-
meet the problems depends upon his
ability to save time, and that he,- must
remember that there is a limit to
physical strength.
In speaking for the faculties, Prod
fessor Reeves expressed the con fl- !-

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Christm sl
G r elSample books of Personal Cards now ready and at
your service. Leave your order early.
UNIVERSITY
WA H 5BOOK STORE

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All popular Brogue mlodels on1 display

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The .Harper
Method Office
The scientific method of the
treatment of the scalp, hair,
face and hands is located at
602y Last Liberty street. Tele-
phon01104016.

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~LOST-Cut steel shoe buckle Friday
4 night between State and Main. Call
21858, Charlotte Fraleck.
PLOST-A sliderule near engineering
building. Reward. C. V. Elder, 501
4~ W. Forest Ave. Ypsilanti, Michigan.
4 ____________________
SLOST-Saturday night on road to De-
troit, a black leather hand bag.
SFinder please call Hlathway 6594.
,LOST-Bunch of keys with small
t~leather strap on ring. Dial 21414.
SReward.
-tLADIES purse left in car on way to
game.j Contains Detroit library
tcard and small change. Phone 7125
1Reward.
SALPHA IOTA (AI) sorority pin set
with pearls. Reward, call 4546, 522
iMonroe.
uLO ST-Pair of glasses in black case.
~Virginia Ray, 124 E. Univ. Phone

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33C6 South Slate Street
Ann Arbor, ICIli.
lasts and PAtterns exdlusiuek ourto Wn design

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WHITEHOUSE & HARDY,
INCORPORATED
BROADWAY AT 40T" STREET 144. WEST 42N0 STREET
METROPOLITAN OPERA MOUSE BLDG. KNICKERBOCKER I$U1LDING -
84 IBROALA'AY -AT WA\LL. STRELET

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~ WHITE COLLIE About 5 months old
in vicinity of Ferry field. For in-
-formation leading to recovery, reward.
SDial 8495.
FOR RENT
DESIRABLE Front suite centrally lo-
cated. Private home. Suitable for
teachers, University employees or
~'Graduate students.0 Phone 22234.

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PSINGLE ROOM for man $3.00. Alsof
suite for couple or men. Steam
heat, reasonable. 417 South Division.
SFOR RENT-Four room furnished l
I-apartment newly decorated, gas,
heat, and laundry privileges includ-
ed. Phone 4377.

Ache SACK SUIT
(Made inthreeandfour button mds)
SV E N a plain sack suit may
have the refinements of cut and
material that distinguish goodl
clothes from the usual com-
mercial product.3
LUXENBERG sack suits are
distinctive.
$29.50 to $3 7.50
Manufactured and sold exclusively by
NATLUXENBERG&BROS.
New address
841 Broadway N. W. Cor. 13th St.
Stuyvesant 9898 New York City-
Our style-memo. book will be sent free, on request
~ow ShowvNing at Cam1npsis Bootery,
301 South State, Friday and Saturday,
D)ecember 4th and 5it.

IT'S IJHE PROP5ER WAY
if ytou wish to save time, ride in com-
tort, avoid crushing of your clothes,
and all for only a few cents per mile.
You phone us and we call for you in
a few moments. We wait for you
also, and take you home, or will call
back later.
Red Tfop Cab Co.,
DIAL
r 4244

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yoV to purchase your drugs, drug sun-
dries, student supplies, magazines, and

DRUGS

Our store is

daily newspapers.
service at all times.

We aim to give-,you

conveniently

located for

STATIONERY

Swift' s

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We skillfully repair your pen the'
same dlay you bring it. Why send
Sit away and wait.j
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State Street
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Phone 3534

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