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AY, NOVEMBER 19, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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LOST
LOST---Win the gentleman who found.
Ihe luncheon cloth at the Michigan
Onion on Nov. 9, please call 21678,
or write Box 28 Daily. Cloth is
personally valued as a gift. tf.
LOST-Copy of Browning's Complete
v.rks-student edition. Phone1
3671. Reward. 51.
TAKEN by mistake from Delta Clii
House Saturday night, new blue
grey overcoat. Label A. P. Cook on
inside pocket. Valuable keys in
pocket. Please return to 1502 Hill
St. or call H. M. Mapes, 8617 after
,, and exchange for coat left. 50-51.
LOST--Black fountain lien with gold
band and clip. Name on pen Cecil
Ellis, Jr. Please return to 210 S.
Ingalls or call 7538. Reward.
50-51.
LOST-Between Univermity Hall and
Washtenaw pair of dark tortoise
shell-rimmed glasses. Please re-
turn to M. L. Putnam, 1501 Washte-
naw. 50-51-52.
NOTICE
TAILORING
Students Tailoring N Phone 8040
(Jor. N. Univorsity and Thayer
tEN'S SUITS CLEANED AND
PRESSED, $1.25
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20c
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AND,
COATS - .
REASONABLE PRICES
1Work Called For And Delivered
tf.
ELSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per-
manent waving, and marcell waving
our specialty. 319 S. Main. Room
202. Dial, 4404. tf.
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
We profit by your satisfaction. The,
ink we recommend is first a record
ink. It is the best flowing ink and
will not clog the delicate nechan-
ism of your pen. Ask At
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State Street
t., th., stn. tf.
SCHAEBERLE & SON, 110 S. Main St.
The popular place for all kinds of
musical instruments. It pays to
trade here. th., f., sat., tf.

WANTED
POSITION wanted as cook in Frater-
nity House, foruteen years experi-
ence. Mrs. Ada Pursell. 2954
Grand River. Detroit, Mich.
51-52-53.
ATTRACTIVE suite for students,
business people, or young couple.
Also room mate wanted. Steam
heat. Plenty of hot water. Quiet
house. Phone 8544. 422 E Wash-
ington. 51-52-53-54-55-56
MAGAZINE men, crew managers, dis-
trict managers, organizers experi-
enced on two pay plan, also special
offers. Write or wire today for real
proposition. State fully experience.
Clyde A. Ramsey, 25-27 Opera Place,
Cincinnati, Ohio. tf.
FO1 RENT
A Desirable single room near Law
buildingfor balance of semester.
Phone Robinson at 2006 Washtenaw.
Dial 9217. 50-51-52.
FOR RENT-Room in private family
for girl. Call 9362. 50-51-52.
FOR RENT-Near Campus, four
room furnished apartment. Newly
decorated. In private family.
Laundry privilege. Call 4377.
50-51-52.
FORD Roadster, 1921. Starter, gen-
erator, side curtains, demountable
rims with good tires. Call J. D.
Lindsay, 6943, 1014 Cornwell Pl.
Saturday morning. tf.
FOR SALE-Ford Coupe, Nov. 1923.
Fine condition. Will trade for open
car. 1303 Wilmot St. Phone 4829.
51.
FOR SALE-Two tickets for the Mich-
igan-Minnesota game. Together in
North stand. Phone 6798 after 5
p.M. 51-52.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-1919 Ford Roadster in
good condition. Call Thompson, 555
So. Division, Dial 8072, or Univer-
sity 204. tf.

Baylor University.-- As a protest
against a ruling made recently by the
dean of women against cvening au-
tomobile riding b womennin te un-
iversity, 40 men and women held an
evening buggy ride here.
Columbia. - Cornelius Vermont.
tackle on the Columbia football team,
has the largest feet in Americo.
Vermont wears a 13 1-2 Thoe. Co -
umbia authorities are having foot -ii
shoes made especially for him as no
shoe manufacturer ordimarily makes
shoes of such dimensions.

Illinois.-The new library will
ready for use early in the spring.
' will acimodate 1, 200 students
-.'reading room, which is an
ct re)e o 935 over the number
(chairs in the present building.

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Green Tree In

Luncheon
Dinner

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PCNTIAC.- The city commission
has authorized nrchase of traffic
control lights for nine principal
street intersectios in the downtown
section to cost $-13,000.
FLINT. - Circuit Judge James S.
Parker today declared unconstitu-
tional the act passed by the last leg-
islature requiring registration of all,
f fearms.

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Phone 9646

205 S. State

California.-
football ganes
the University

Before all important
a song day is held at
of California. It is a

Read The Daily "Classified" Columns

William Jardine, secretary of agri-
culture, is pleased over the farm out-
look, as you see. He keeps in trim
for his responsibilities in Washington
by long daily walks.
Forest Property
Data Is bathered
In order to get first hand data for
his articles on the forest properties
of the University, Arthur W. Stace
of the Grand Rapids Press recently
visited Ann Arbor. He secured pic-
tures and descriptions of the Sagi-
naw forest and the Stinchfield woods,
properties of the forestry department.
Mr. Stace has written newspaper
articles on Michigan's forests and on
the fish and game preserves which
have been published by a well known
chain of newspapers in the state.

custom on this day to sing the school
song in every class.
George Washington.- Experiments
conducted recently at George Wash-
ington university confirmed the the-
ory that loss of sleep results in no
loss of mental powers. The students
who took the test went without sleep
for from 60 to 80 hours.
Harvard.-In answer to a recent
assertion of the Lampoon that "the
test of looking in a mirror is the only
one a Radcliffe college girl can't
pass," Radcliffe retorted, in the recent
"crime" columnn of the Hlarvard Crlinl-
son, that there were three things a
Harvard man could not pass-a foot-
ball, a bargain counter, and out.
Purdue.-Eta Kappa Nu, nationial i
honorary electrical engineering fra-
ternity, held its 21st annual meeting
here with representatives from 19;
chapters present.
SOvercoats
Designed
oderately-
~ Priced
$35 andup
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LUTZ
CLOTHING STORE
(Downtown)
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PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION iNOW.
ChriM as Ureeti ng Cards
Sample books of Personal Cards now ready and at

your service.

Leave your order early.

SUNIVERSITY
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Read the Want Ads

NOTICE
We pay best prices for men's us
clothing. Dial 8040.
Students' Tailoring
Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer
t., th., sate tf.

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!ILet The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.

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FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
We skillfully repair your pen the
same day you bring it. Why send
it away and wait.
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State Street
t., th., sun. If.

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NOTICE-Manuscripts typewritten,. by
experienced operators at Biddle's
Book Store. 11 Nickel's Arcade.
t., th., sat. tf.
ATTENTION fraternities and sorori-
ties. Try our Special Blend Coffee.
Per pound 45c. The Schultz Groc-
ery. t.,,tllh. tf.
FOUNTAIN PENS
All the better makes including the
famous Rider "Masterpen." Why
not get our skilled service with
the -pen you buy at the same cost.
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State Street
t., th., sun. tf.
WANTED
WANTED-Two Minnesota tickets.
Phone 21476. Ask for J. T. Engle.
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. 50451.
WANTED-Family and student laun-
dry. Call for and delived. Work
guaranteed. Call 21668. . 50=51.k
WANTED-Competent instructor in
JuJitsu. Address, Box 3. 0-51-52.
EXPERIENCEP two payment men to
open oflice covering entire district.'
Full co-operation and " .protection.
Send $1.0J for supplies and coim-
plete inkormation. Clyde c A. Ra-
sey, 25.27 Opera Place,- Cincinnati,
Ohio. tf.
WANTED
WANTED--Dress suit or coat. Call ,
Wenger 5517. - 51-52-53.
WANTED-'Two tickets for Minnesota,
game. Calt 5375 Thursday and Fri-
day between 1 and 2. 51-52.
W ANTED-Two Minnesota tickets.
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-Shaving.
Before shaving, an application of Miffin
Alkoholwill soften your beard and remove
the skin oils and greases which defy or-
dinary lather and water.
Then, after shaving, Mifflin Alkohol is
soothing and refreshing; it relieves the
dryness and drawn feeling; it makes for
soft, smooth, glowing skin!
And Miflin Alkohol has a
dozen other daily uses, too!
After bathing, a Miffin rub-down is cool-
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After'exercise, Mifflin Alkohol relieves
tired muscles and many "sore spots."
Miffin Alkohol is denatured by a formula
Which actually improves it for external use.
College teams and many other athletic
organizations use Mifflin Alkohol regu-
arly. Be sure YOU get MIFFLIN-in the
handy-grip one-pint bottles as illustrated.

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opposing thousands of rooters. When, follow-
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from the flashing formations on the gridiron
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