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WEl)NES DAY, NOVEMIIE R 25~ 192-6

THE MICHTGAN DAILN

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~TrnsI I OFFICRS' ESERVE WILL
C0LU90"ASJIF ECOLUMN or~i iSDPIAI rI CLASr
CLOSES 1 ~~~CLOSE [Odul1 LhIJ
AT _ Mrn 'l Qr 3 AT a .M

-New Oil Official

BUILBERSW ASSOCiI AO

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LOST
Lois t---Clarinet left in Union swim-
iu'pool locker last Thursdayl
rnig.ht, Reward. Call 6950.. 408
Thomson.55-56-57.
LOST"h-Wh,"ite gold wrist watch, set,
with za,;phircs. Substantial reward.,
Virina hrrsBetsy Barbourj.
L()~L---Asapphire ring, white gold
setn.Pay of Ohio State game.1
Rewvird. Call Nolan, 15870.
54-55-561
LOS -Pir f ;lasses between
t'."J E,-..lw -tand the Library, last
',Tuesda<y night.- Call 9617. 1
56-57-58.
LOST--Gold? Ciarette Case. Mime-.
Wra ,ed . . 0.). Call Cooper,1
7(;17. Reward. 56-57-58.

Special class.os to prepare appli-
cants for the examination requisite to
NOTICE a commission in the Officers' Reserve
- ~corps, which will start Dec. 1, will be+
SWE take pride in the quality of ourj offered to student. and citizens of Ann*
work. You should take Bride in our Arbor. Qualifications, necessary for
products. We cater to the studen~t; enrollment in the courses require that
trade as well as the town residents. thre aplicant be 21 years of age,
You are requested to visit our shop! physically fit, and1 have a high school
Iat your earliest convenience, education or its equivalent.
I.ARINOLD1 As the requirements for every
3tate St. Jewelers--302 State St. tf. branch and arm of service differ, no,
j i list of sub~jects covering all branches
'TYPEWRITERS I has been announced. The groups in,
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes! the various subjects will be organized
bought, sold, rented, exchanged, after the enrollm~vt has been corn-
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-! pleted, and the dates and meeting
est stock and best service depart- places will be announced at that time.
ment in Ann Arbor. ___ ______
0. D. MORRILL,
Te 17 Nickels Arcade, Student Awarded
TeTypewriter &Stationery Store A ention For P oem''
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
tf.

40TO AHR SUAY PRIZES.
-~Pi C totalling 'i 0 vwill be r'i-U (I
:;:,; edby the Anerican Roa dd Builders'
assoc iation (111ring (food Roads wteek,
>::;i t thcei nnual convc te.,n~ 1a
show, for the -best£ essasby college
stdents on the sub'ect, "The New
Country by ImprovedI IHighways. The
i ~pui po. e of the tentESt iS to a1trc
r. the stumlenit nteest to higa way,
proiblems ai d to visualiz the imp~ort-'
ance of, highway transportation in the
r, progress of tihe country.
.' iEssays will be judged on orignality,
kn o wledge efthtie subject, vision, con-4
st ricticim, and~ general applearance.
They should notet(xSced 600 words in
length, thley must be typewritten and
signed on the tep ofi he first pane.
by the author, and must ibear the_
name of the college which the student;
attends. Furthermore, the essays
must be signedl by one professor and
imust b, submitted to the essay coin-
test committee, American Read Build-
ers' association, Congress hotel, Cihi-
George H. Jones, 53, the new chair-1{ cago, before Jan. 2, 1926.,
man of the board of the Standard Oil Prof. A. II. Blanchard, of tihe engi-
company of new Jersey, most power- neering college is one of the five
ful of the Standard Oil group, beganI judges who will pick the wining
his service witkl the company as a essays.
stenogr'apher, after having educated-
himself at home. MOSCOW. - Long extracts from

LENINGRAD.-Professor Opell of:
Leningrad, annon:edA today that hte
hiad successfully t ransplanted a boei
from a dead body to a woman patient
suffering f~-oin tuberculosis of the'
kniee joint which prevented her froni
walking.

NEW YORK. -- The -New York
freight steamship .srs herico, ,was
ag-round ltoday:_vtPunta (do MaterniJ-
los, C'uba S 0 S calls picked up, in-
(iselthe steamnship was in ucorn-
rmuanicatimn with Port Au Prince, Haiti.

Let Th'e Daily sell it for you thru
PMY YOUR SUPBSCIIIPT ON '.OW. the Classified columns.--Adv.

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SPECIAL
TIhanksgiv=ing Dinner
SER1VED) AT
Boulevard Inn
From 12:00 to 12:00
Thursday, November 26th

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56-57.

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Will the girl who picked up an
envelol;pe containing notes and a
fountai oin fnrom the back row, of
Pirof, Campbell's D~rama Class, Tues-
day nlorning, call Miss Shermani at
5718. 56. 1

TAILORING
Stndenits 'Tailorinig Phone 8040
Cor. N. iversity and Tlhayer
Mft'EN'S SUITS ,CLEANED AND
PRESSED, $1.25
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20c
CLEANXING, P~RESSING, REPAIRINa
A N ALTpEING A SPECIALTY
tAIS() LAIIS DRESSES AND
COATS
REASONABLE PRICES
Work Called For And Delivered
tf.
NOTIHCE-Buiyx the latest fiction at.
Biddle's Book Store. 11 Nickels Ar-1
cade,%-w., f., sun. tf.
'TYPE WRI TI NG & 3111IEOGRAPHIWG
Promiptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
teen years.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
tf.
ELSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per-
' manent Wlaving, and marcell waving
our specialty. 319 S. Main. Room
202. Dial 4404. tf.

CHRISTMAS CARDS
Personal cardls should be ordleredl now.
Good,. work requires time. Printing
and engraving a specialty. Largest
and finest selection obtainable.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
tf.
WAN~TED
IWANTED-Girls for relief selling. dur-
ing noon hours daily. Apply imme-
diately at office. Mack & Co. tf
EXPERIENCED two, payment men to c
open office covering entire district.
Full co-operation and protection.)
Send $1.00 for supplies and com-
piete information. Clyde A. Ram-
sey, 25-27 Opera Place, Cincinnati,
Ohio. tf.
k WANTED-Senior wants room or
suite in private family write box 311
Daily. 55-56-57.
WANTED-STUDENTSr
Can make $25 per week in sparej
time. See Mr. Shmerling, Firday, 91
to 5. Room 302, Michigan Union.
55-56-57.
WANTED-Girl to assist with house-
work an hour or two each day.
Call 8887. 56-57-58.

Honorable mention was recently ac-
corded Sue Grundy Bonner, '26, for
her contribution in the annual poetry
contest conducted by Witter Bynner.I,
rThe judges of the contest were Mr.
B~ynner, Sara Teasdale, and George !
Stirling.I
Miss Benner is a member of the
staff of the Inlander, campus literaryl
magazine.
FOU RENT

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ATTRACTIVE s
jbusiness people
!Also room ma
heat. Plentyo
house. Phone
ington.
TWO attractive,
1Cleaij, quiet hoi
Phone 53-46. 9,
FORi
FORD Roadster,
erator, side cu
rims with gooe
Lindsay, 6943,
jSaturday morni
FOR SALE-$70
new, size 40.
LeBoeuf, 4772,.
FOR SALE-HavE
weights, sanitar
with book case

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quite for stuaents~,1%
e, or young couple.{
Ate wanted. Steam1
of hot w ater. Q uiet 8 4 . 4 2 F W s - i
51-52-53-54-55-56 77
single, front rooms.
,me. Rent reasonable
23 Greenwood. tfg
SAGE8
1921. Starter, gen-
rtains, demountable
d tires. Call J. D
1014 Cornwell Pl.
ing. tf.
Tuxedo practically%
Price $25. Phone t7
at noon or evening!
55-56-57.
elin Platter, chest
ry cot, library tabl e i
ends. Call 5165.
55-56-57.
dierwood Portable
Ate model, $30. Call
ice Desk. 56-57-58.1
Want Ads t3

witin

Want a room? Read Page Seven speech are
and use the Classified columns.-Adv. papers.

Our service is bot
tinctive and efficien
devote special attent

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S TUDENTS find the New Remington Portable indis-
pensable in writing themes, compiling notes, and
in all general correspondence. It saves your time, for
its use makes you a speedy typist before you know, it.1
It is strong and durable - will last for years and
years. It is the lightest and most compact Portable
with 4-rove standard keyboard.
Call and let us show you the many advanced fear.
tures of this New Remington Portable. Let us explain
to you our easy payment plan. -

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MAGAZINE men, crew managers, dis-
trict managers, organizers experi-, FOR SALE-Un'
enced on two pay plan, also special Typewriter. La
off ers. Write or wire today for real at Health Servi
proposition. State fully experience.
Clyde A. Ramsey, 25-27 Opera Place, Read the
Cincinnati, Ohio. tf

Cbe Craft Cypi
Yours for better imPres

GEO. S. REGISTER
Student Representative
64 E. Madison St.
Ann Arbor, Michi.

112 So. Main St.Ann Arbor. Mich.
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.

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UNIVERSITY
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upyour laundry an.d bring
it to our station in the
Press bldg., Besides say-
ing 15% youlllke the clean
fresh appearance. of your

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