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WEDYNESDAY, NOVE IBEI, 18, 15325

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEV",l

i 1 111 1 1 N W m I I I NI W 0 QWO"W - I . I

!ASf E Qt5SCA 3 ,aADVERTISING A

LOST

'NOTICE

LOST-Gold Ergin wrist watch with a I
gold strap. Name $engraved on back.! THE OSOPHICAL SOCIETY
Elmner Ettinger. Phone 7842. Sul)-I Ain Arbor Center
stantial reward. 48-49-501
LOST-Small purse contaiaing $10 on! Next Sunday evening, Nov. 22 at
Ferry Field, Saturday. Reward.( 7 O'clock
Call Alice Crosley, University 178. A FREE PURLIC LECTURE~
50. will be given by
1 E. ~NORMAN PEARISON, V. T1. S.,
LO ST-A diamond from ring. Re- Pres. Mici hTheosophlal Federatfio:
ward. Telephone 7039. 50.
"THEOSOPHNY-AN AN SIWE.R TO
TAKE~N by mistake: from Delta 011ii LIFE'S PROBLEMS"
TI-doue Sturday nig~ht, new blue .I

Moviles. Popular1
T/nougou~ord 'DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
j (Continued from Page Three) I Publication in the B~ulletin is constructive notice to all members of
!altogether foreign in spirit and senti- the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
ment to British ideas and traditions.j 3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a.,im. Saturdays).
s"They hold up to public ridicule the Volume TI XWEI ESDAY, N OVEIBR 18, 1923 NuniLir 50
British people, British traditions, and ___________________
the all-British1 sense of honesty and
justice, while they idealize the crook, i iversity Lecture:
You can imagine the effect in thei Prof.. James F. Norris of the National Research, Council, President of
East," he continues, "when the British! the American Chemical Society, will speak on "The Quantitative Study of
people are ridiculed, their customs Chemical Reactivity" on Wednesday, Nov. 18, at 11:00 Af M . in the Chemical
laughed at, and their humor despised,; Amphitheater. The meeting will be under the joint auspices. of the Univer-
where as Americans are held up as sity and the University of Michigan Section of the American Chemical So-
supermen." ciety. The public is cordially invited. F. F. Robbins,
The introduction of foreign films' ___________
,iiio te Uite Stteswoud dubt 1General Neeling, Occasion of D)edication of the HIospital
ness be of great educational value to;
1 Amer icans and is much to be desired. On Friday evening, November 20th, at 8:00 o'clock a general 'meeting
,And yet 'if America can produce the' will be held in Hill Auditorium with Dean Cabot presidling, and addresses
h~ype *of 'films 'which are worthy of her I will be given by Doctor H. A. Haynes of the University Hospital, Doctor
and which will carry to the rest of . B. Herrick of Chicago, Illinois; and Doctor C. P. Emerson of Indianapolis,
the world a true conception of Amer- Indiana.
!can ideals, she can probably hold her' This meeting is of general interest and the memibers of other faculties
position as leader in the film indus- and the general public are invited to attend.
try, an entirely novel position of yet On Friday after~ioon, November 20th, the New Hospital will be open to

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MIAGAZINE men, erew aagr, l;-EPEINCED two payment men to
trict mna~ger', orgay '.ors exl)Qr- oven office covering entire distri1ct.
f enced on two pay lan, aso tipecal ull co-operation and protectio7n.
3offers. Write or wire today for resl Send $1.00 for supplies and _corn-
proposition. State fully expe'rience. , iete information.. Clyde A. Ram-
Clyde A. Ram. sey, i25-27 Operai Place, , 25-27 Opera Place, Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, Oido. t. )Ohio. U..

W{' t''aNTED

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WA-NT1,ED1

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The Mui
to you

grey overcoat. Label A. P. Cook on
inside pocket. Valuable keys ini
pocket. Please return to 1502 Hillj
St. or call H. M. Mapes, 8617 after
6, and exchange for coat left. 50-51.
LOST-Black 'fountain pen with goldj
banidland clip. Name on pen Cecil1
lilis, Jr. Please return to 210 S.
Iii alls or call 7538. Reward.
50-51.
ILOST-Saturday evening, Nov. 14, '25,1
a valuable importedl,'fringed Span.-1
iish scarf of double jersey silk; is
tan on one side and combination of'
tan and1 browni in a flowered pat-
tern on the reverse side. Also val-
uable as a keepsake. Call Sellers
at 612 Church St. Dial 3843. Re-1
wardl and no questions asked. 50.
LOST-Between University M-all and
W}ashtenaw pair of dark tortoise
shell-rimmed glasses. Please re-
turn to M. L. Putnam, 1501 Washte-I
naw. 50-51-52.
{ NOTICE
TAIL4ORING
Students Tailorii'g Phone 8040
Cor. N.-, Unlisity and T'hayer
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED AND
: PRESSED, $1.2 i
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20e
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING,
AND ALTERING.A SPECIALTY,
ALSO LADIES DRESSES 'AND
COATS
REASONABLE PRICES.
'Work Called For And Delivered
IF YOU .have not engaged an orches-
tra for your party this week end,
please call 7082 between 5 and 7.
Any dlay this week. 50.

The lecture will be given at1142 For-
est Aivenue. You are cordially invited
to attend.
Mr. Jos. D. Lodeesen-Grevinck,
r Chairman
Mrs. Marie Metzelaar, Secretary.
7 a0.

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ELSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per-
manent waving, and marcell waving
our specialty. 319 S. Main. Room
I202. Dial 4404. tf.
NOTICE-Buy the latest fiction at
Biddle's Book Store. 11 Nickels Ar-
cade.w., f., sun. ti.
ITANTED
WANTED-Two Minnesota tickets.
Phone 21476. Ask for J. T. Engle.
i 50-51-52.
HONEST Student wants full time po-
sition here in Ann Arbort during
Christmas recess. Call 5755 and
ask for Randall. 50.
WANTED-Desirable single room
near 'Law building for balance of
semester. Phone Robinson, 9217.
50-51-52.
WANTED Fifty men to earn good
money at home Christmas and
Easter vacations. Steady summer
'work under a guaranteed salary'
for 'those who -make good. Phone
Docheray at 4147. 50-51.
WANTED-Family and student laun-
dry. "Call for and delived. Work
guaranteed. Call 21668. 50-51.
WANTED-Competent instructor in
Jujitsu. Address, Box 3. 50-51-52.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

un known infnuence and,, undeveboped inspcon betw een the hours of 1:30 and 2:30.' E ugh Cabbot.
W. AND. F. L. I ,_+iE
___________________To the Menmbers of the Medicail F~icul4 and Rospitni S aff and to .ledical1ha g
HARTFORD, Conn.- This section Studlen~ts:
was visited by another slight earth W Xork in the Medical School must close promptly at 4:00 P. M. Thursday,
tremor Monday morning similar to the1 November 19th, to permit attendance upon the Annual Mlayo Lecture.
one felt here last Saturday.I All junior and senior medical students are excused from classes and1
FQ- TEsection work Friday, November 20th, andi Saturday morning, November 21st
FOI RET ut these student: are xpectedf to present themselves at the New University
A Desirable single room near L aw! Hoscpital during these hours and to participate in the exercises given there.J
Building for balance of semester. Ihugli(Cabot.
Phone Robinson at 2006 Washitenaw. ______
Dial 921. 50-51-52. o i io Lee"-.Ire:
FO RN-Ro i riae aili On Thursday, November 19th, at 4:15 P. M. in the :Naturail ScienceI
Efor girl. Call 9362. 50-51-52. Auditorium, the annual Mayo Lecture will 1)e given b~y Dr. W. J. Mayo of j[
Rochester, !Minnesota, on "Splenic Syndromes."
FOR RENT-Near Campus, four This lecture is intended primarily for the Medical School and all mem-
room furnished apartment. Newly~ bers of the Medical Faculty and Hospital, Staff and students of the four
decoate. prvat fa icl se in the Medical School are expected to attend. Owing to the limited
ypii__________43Ca.5
______________________50-51 Al-wrk2n teeedialScholcilaclseatt:0 o'loc thpemi thuaudrtprviegemCllhe77 geeainecaalctpofbheaudtoiumthegeera pbli canombe ttitd.I
FOR RENT-Double room for boys. tendance of students. Haigh Cabot.
One block from campus. Reason-
able rent. 912 Monroe. Dial 8741.! Dedfication of New University Hospital:
41-4-50! The formal dedication of the New University Hospital will beheda
IHill Auditorium at 8:00 o'clock, Thu~rsday evening, November 19th, with3
FOR SALEPresident C. C. Little presiding.
Addresses will be given by Doctor V. C. Vaughan of Washington, D. C.,I ilck a
FOR SALE-1919 Ford Roadster in-
good condition. Call Thompson, 555i. (Continued on Page Eight)
So. Division, Dial 8072, or Univer- -
sity 204. tf. Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. Flat Feet Remedied by Arches
Made from Impression of the
tt111(1ltllti~ll1111t1ttt[11litlllf~illlil~lillii~liiiEtEEE@!!!ilIndividual Foot.iidu l F ot
Frog Chikenand tea DinersLouise M. O'Brien
Fray hick n an Ste k DinersFeatherweight Arch Supports
Appointment by Telephone
Served at ~i41 21579 It
BOULEARD IN~iTANN ARBOR, 21110.
Two blocks from city bus line on Jackson Road,
-from noon till midnight.
!=Special attention given to parties. Phone 6534. Christm a O re t

imber that means money
u when calling a cab !#
~ Fr Extra Passengers
lide For The Price OfIa
ft
n g Cards

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'I Raisin Bread on Wednesday

We
- but

carry Raisin Bread every day,
on Wednesdays we make :a

.:.;

% ~special feature of having a large,
fresh stock of it.
CIY PASTRY S,4OP
516 East Liberty Phone 5501

Sample books of Personal Cards now ready and at.
your service. Leave your order early,
3 LUNIVERSITY
wA 1 BOOK STO'RE

Dangerous
:acids

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Cross-section of a
tooth, showing Acid
Decay at The Danger,
Line.

F--whicei cause
Aci ctDecay, re-i
suit from foods

which

collect

anid ferment

in those
V-shiaped

ti

ices where gums meet teeth-

Trhe Danger Line.

Squibb's

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D~ental Crear'm, ~arde wth

Squibb's,

Milk of Magnesia,.

'safely and promptly reutral-
izes these- dangerous cids-
safeguards your, teeth from
~Acid Decay and relieves sendm

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The''Ortho*phonic
his Music cannot be described.-
da.You are invited to hear it to-
day.Demonstrations every day.
- -
University r usic House
-~ Maynard and Williams

The new way
to fnis a hav
AQUNA VELVA is a new preparation
cretedto keep the newly-shaven
skin velvety soft all day just asWilliams
Shaving Cream leaves it. A trial will
prove that its daily use pays big divi-.
dends in face-comfort.. 50c for big
5=ounce bottle, enough to last for
months. At your dealer's.

4.,

ititiverless.4

;Use It regularIy 4

~At druggists. ,
ENTkAL CREAM
A/ode- with Squribb& ilk of AlgneskL
R? 'R. SQUIBB & SONS, Chemists to the
Dental and Medical Professions since 1858,

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