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THE MICHMAN DAILY

TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 17.1925"

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Heads Volunteers

Legion Poppy
Sales Result
InNew Record
Co-operation of University and high
;school girls, and business men, result-
ed in setting a new record for the an-
nual American legion poppy sale fart
Saturday, accounts showing a total
return of more than $2,500. This sum
As $1,000 in excess of any previous
sale by the Irwin Prieskorn post.
The amount is expected to' exceed
?the sum that records now show as the
late returns come in, there being a
'number of contributions in the mail
1which have not yet been received. Ex-
penses connected with the sale total-
d $500, leaving a net amount of more
ithan $1,500. wvhich will be forwarded
the national committee torbe add-
ed to the fund for caring tor v.ar
orphans.
T he largest single contribution was
$100 given by Charles L. B3rooks. A
kreat many sums of $20 were paid for
'the poppies, among the first being
Madame Schumann-Heink, who pur-
b;hased a flower soon after she arriv-
ed in the city Friday afternoon.

ADMINISTRTINCLUB
TO ORGANIZE TONIGHT11
Students ofnthe School of Business
Administration will meet at 8 o'clock
tonight at the Union for the purpose
of organizing a business administra-
tion club.
The club is to be organized, ac-
cording to C. Chester Jung, president
of the junior business administration
class, to promote interest in the1
school, and to provide a basis of fel-
lowship for the students and faculty.I
It will also provide a means of con-
tact between the school and the com-
muercial world, and will bring leaders
in business to the campus to speak toI
the students.I
Students in the School of Business
Administration are eligible to active
membership in the club, according to
Jung, and those interested in its aims
and activities, though not membersi
of the school, may be admitted as as-
sociate members.

Library.
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Opened
Tappan Hall

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Clean,

Soft and White

New study and reading accommoda-
tions were made available to students
of the School of Business Administra-
tion yesterday morning when the new
buismiess admistratioai library on the
second floor of Tappan hall was open-1
ed for use.
The reading section of the library
has a capacity for about 60 with ad-
ditional desks in the stack section
for staff members and advanced
students. Business administration
books from other libraries on the
campus have been placed in the stacks
of the new library.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
CI ROPDI$T AND
ORTOPEDIST
j707 IN. IUniver-Aty Ave. Phone 212121

That is the way you will have
your things returned to you
if you send them here. Try
us once.
The MOE LAUNDRY
204 N. MAIN. DIAL 3916

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London now has an organization of;
volunteers pledged to undertake the
mnaintenance and nrotection of public
utilities in the event of a general
strike, objective of radical leaders.i
Lord Hardinge is president of the or-
ganization1.
TICKET SALPES ARE
FINED $25 AND COSTS,
Three men pleaded guilty to charg-
es of scalping Ohio tickets before
Judge John D. Thomas yesterday
morning and were fined $25 and costs.
The men who were caught by the
local police last Saturday for charg-
ing scalper's prices were Marshall
Coulter of Detroit, Reginald Smith of
Detroit, and Herbert Edielstein of
Columbus.
The number arrested last week was
smaller than usual, adcording to po-'

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lice records. There were 16 men ar-
rested for scalping at the Navy game.'
GENEVA.-Co-operating with the
League of Nations, as an act of cour-
tesy, the American government has
sent to Geneva complete information
on the military, naval and air forcee
of the United States.
PEKIN.-The danger of fighting in
the vicinity of Pekin between rival
muilitary chiefs has been averted for
the time being.

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SPECIAL CHINESE DISHES! M
Have you tried them yet?
They are all prepared by a Chinese chef..
Drop in the. next time you are in Ypsi,
COLLEGE CAFE ANNEX
14NORTH WASHINGTON-YPSILANTt
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at, the game
(according to an imminent dentist)
will h 'veare acd
this week!'sage...
the fdootball number

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BEST PRICES
For Men's Used Clothing.
Phone 4310 115 W. Washington'
H. BENJAMIN

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STATIONERY

All Wool Pre-Shrunk in Beautiful Fabrics That Will Not Fade.
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
At Only
$2350
Manufactured by

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Gilbert's C hocolates

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Your Week-End House Party
1 Lb. to 5 Lb. Boxes
ALWAYS FRESH

Stuf by barton benchley crosby
IrosS hoover sherwood sullivant
and others - cover by held -god
bless m ol

A. NASH
The Famous Golden ku-le

& Co.
Tailors of Cincinnati.

Phone 97364
And ask that a representative of the NASA CO. calf upon you to
show samples and styles and to take your measure for a suit or
overcoat of which you will be proud.
STYLE, FiT, WORXMANSHIP AND WEARING QUALITIES
GUARANTEED.
Some of the best dressed people you meet are wearing Nash clothes.
Look for this advertisement on Tuesday and Friday of eachx week.

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SPECIAL FLASHLIGHT
and
OUTSIDE PICTURES
BY LYNDON
Your opportunity to obtain a lasting re-
membrance of that fraternity or sorority -I
house party. Also outside groups of s
reunions after the games.
LYNDON & COMPANY .
719 North University Ave. Phone 4514
C ornwel --Coal--Coke
Scranton, Pocahontas, Kentucky
and West Virginia Coal
Solvay and Gas Coke
This business has been growing ever since it was established.
The secret is "GIVING ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION
TO OUR CUSTOMERS."
We believe it pavs to do business in a friendly way. If you

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Origin of
College Style
The designers of the Arthur M. Rosen-
berg Co. at New Haven have for many

years been considered the

creators of

college style.
You will be better pleased with your
clothes if made by tailors whose product
is authority.
Come in and inspect our Winter exhibit,
unsurpassed for elegarnce of quality and
design.
Representative
JERRY CO AN
Allenel Hotel
TODAY

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