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THE MICHIIGAN -DAILY

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBITER 2, 1925

In his fourthil W"aPd elr
yes tc"r y C beor: a t ci ~e(vil
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France Resorts To, Air To Get East Trade
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GROUP MEETING TomLY!
To Speak On :dew 3ivements In Eng-
kfishi Education
EDr. C. M. Kimmrins of the University
of London, London, England, will be
the speaker at the meeting to be held
at 4 o'clock today in the University
high ;school auditorium. The Welfare
coin ittee of the School of EducationI
s.po nsors vans meeting and the bring-'
FRATERNITIES
arn
ROOMING HOUSES-a

in; of Dr. Kimmins, a noted lecturer ll ion ..n~l all others interested are i-
and chairman of the University of; vitedl to attend the neet ing.
London Extension board, to. Ann Ar-
bor., Dr. Kimmins will speak .on "Mod-. OTTAWA. Oet.- Parilament ;will re-
emn Movements in English Education.", convene Jlan. 7, Preie lr Mackenzie
All students in the School of Educa- King annvounced k:.5t Right.

WHAT THE YELL-D)RESSED
-('OLLEGE IMAN IS V1 I
During wet 'weather theprdmiatn
college style is Frog Briand Slickers,
Count them on the campus. Thiey kEeep
one hligh andl dry, during drizzly wet
weather, not too cumbersomne 1when h
sun appears unexpectedly, and they look
well-alw;ays.
No student's PXpense allowance ever suf-
fered from the purchase of a F+rog Brand
Slicker, and yet it willV save manor dol-
lars in the protection of good clothing.
't'he old-fashioned raincoats are "imsse."
Be u)-to-date like your classmates,, get
a Frog, rrand ] Slicker today.{T M
Sawyer's Frog Brand Slickers are the
g enuine oiled slickers. The product of
85 years experience. In two colors for
mnen-yellow and olive, and four colors

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LOUIhVIisfsY., Deo. c" was inoducerws Jn 1o5Lbs;DAMODVLU
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for women, red, green, oweC
andl coral.
All progressive c Mllege
clothiers carry Frog Brandl
Slickers. If your dealer is
temporarily out of stoo'k
send his name to H4."M.
;sawyer & Son, East Cam-
1bridge, Mass.

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Professor
Prof l~am~'lT~ n f ly
"Loc;atio] ndai lAnaltsis of SM
Sovet Russia have incre,;(A
thirty fold in time last 12
Trade statistics published
showed that for ts(e year end(
31i, Canada exporte:" d to Rssi
valued lat 14,000ll( ,00, s
$4,000 for thel ]1'i C(' iIlg 12
OMAHAi- ohi.:gurds todC
plaed rond v~''ybullilr
pldby ChInesehe : to pi
thretend tog wr btween
Leong l ip 1S-ing :< eiols.
(ral m.erch ant of the z On Lec
which omaha GCneebelt
slated for immediate death, th(

Rile T3 the;. Dlay, "TheForest Rose" by
Samuel Woolworth, published in 1.825,
phjy ics the Yankee was first given a place i
P~hysics j American drama.
,)i it the: The Saunders theatrical collection'
suobject, includes many contributions" to the
undls." Library's data of the history of the
stage. The group contains the pi'o-
orts to grams of various plays amid the pie-
d1 nearly tares of many of the _old-time actors.
linOta, goodsL
against
months. I
lay were
'event'
the On I-
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Gilbert's
1 to 5 Lbs.
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(Fresh l. v~ery Friday)
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stones have no ready cash value.
DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR
Is our idea of Diamond value-these
prices prove cash Buys for less.
. $50.00 to $500.00.
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her that Diamond this Clistitias!
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What
TH DANGER LINE
means to you
If you will look in a mirror, you will see a
tiny V-shaped crevice around each tooth
where it joins the gums. This is The Danger
Line. Food particles lodge there and ferment,
forming acids which lead to Acid Decay. The
gums also suffer from the effect of these acids,
becoming irritated and sore-perhaps reced--
ing from the teeth., Then you have conditions
favorable to Pyorrhea.
Serious diseases often result from infection
due 'to Acid Decay at The Danger Line.
Heart and kidney trouble and rheumatism
are among them.
Make The Danger Line - sa fe
Squibb's.Dental Cream, .because it is made
with Squibb's Milk of Magnesia, protects
against Acid Decay, relieves conditions favor-
able to Pyorrhea, cleans and polishes beauti-
fully and protects for hours after use. For
Milk of Magnesia has long been recognized
throughout the dental 'profession as a safe,
scientific means of counteracting acids danger-
ous to the teeth and gums.
Buy Squibb's Dental Cream, made with
Squibb's Milk of Magnesia--today. It is de-
lightful to use. It is free from abrasives and
injurious astringents. Ii makes The Daniger
Line safe.
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