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THE MICHIGAN

DAI Y

PAGE SEVEN

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LAS SIf I E 1
GLUESCLOSES
AT 3 .M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
LOST y NOTICE
LOST--Three keys, outside Michigan NOTICE-Buy the, latest fiction at'
Union, Saturday night. Reward Biddle's Book Store. 11 Nickels Ar-
Call 6247. 66-67-68 cade. w., f., sun. tf.
LoSTo - Last Thursday, small black POSITION WANTED
coin purs With sm of moiney, on ---
IUs 0r near Church and -ill. Re- POSITION WANTED-Experienced
wardl. 1-Dial 21456. 67-68. colored woman desires a position as
--cook for a fraternity house. Writej
LOST-Large size orange colored I Box No. 34, Michigan Daily 66-67.
Conklin Fountain Pen, last week.. -------------
Call 9264 at 1217 Geddes Ave. Geo. WANTED
11. McArthur. Reward. 67-68-69.
LOST- Gold Eversharp, on South U, WANTED-Girls for relief selling dur-
between aEn. Arch. and Washtenaw. uing noon hours daily. Apply imme-
Please call Dunn, 3244 Reward. diately at office. Mack & Co. tf
67-68-69.
LOST-Engineer's slide rule. Liberal EXPERIENCED two payment men to
rewa1rdl. 1-. A. Olson, 1225 Ferdon, open office covering entire district.
Phone 3269. 66-67-68. Full co-operation and protection.
Send $1.00 for supplies and com-
NOTICE plete information. Clyde A. Ram-
sey, 25-27 Opera Place, Cincinnati,
*TYPEWRITING & NIMEOGtRAPHING1 Ohio. tf.
Promptly and neatly (one by compe MAGAZINE men, chew managers, ds-
tent operators at moderate rates. trict managers, organizers experi-
College work a specialty for seven- enced on two pay plan, also special
teen years. offers. Write or wire today for real
O. D. MORRILL, proposition. State fully experience.
17 Nickels Arcade,* Clyde A. Ramsey, 25-27 Opera Place,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store Cincinnati, Ohio. tf.
tf.
WANTED-Experienced typewriter
BUSINESS NOTICE operator. Full time position. An-
Riders Pen shop, because of its swer fully stating your education
rapidly growing business, will move and other qualifications. Box 38,
into laraer uarters Jan 1st Our cjo Michigan Daily. 67-68.

Air Probe Head
Morrow, Slated
For High Office

Rr Jr. W art hin W ill eTAT[, according to R. J. Baldwin, di-
I1 1aS rrCo- of the extension work.
Attend M eetings X t,11I ate extension workers, includ-
fli1I-1fli:on aspec-ialists, home dem-
ROULEI MIiNY ST ENTS Prof. A S. Warthin of the patho- WILOTHER_ *T LA".
logicals department in the Medical nd girls,
logcaldeprtmntin he edialclub 1 and other connected with
Respiratory infections comprise the j school will leave Thursday for Phila- EAST I4ANSING, Dec. 8.--The fate the ;crvice in various capacities, will
major part of the diseases reported delphia where he will attend the of the annual conference of exten- 10et at that time.
at the Health service during Novem- meetings of the board of regents of, sion workers of Michigan State col-
ber, according to =the monthly report the American College of Physicians lege has been set for Jan. 28, 29, and PAY YOUR St'BSCRIPl0'IN NOW
issued yesterday by Dr. Warren E. and also the session of the executive_
Forsythe, director. committee of the American Congress
The number of dispensary and room of Internal Medicine on Friday and H 1II!IIaIlI! IIb II lilI iIt1IIIIi',
calls shows a decrease from the fig- Saturday.
ores for November, 1924, but there At the session of the executive com- Frog, Chicken and Steak Dinners
were more bed patients in both the mittee of the American Congress of
hospital and the Health service in- Internal Medicine, plans will be made Served at
firmary than there have been in this for the annual meeting of the con- v a
month in the past thrg years. gress to be held the last five days in
February. It is the present intention rOUL E\ A"RD Ilt
NEW YORK.-Rev. William Wilkin- of the congress to spend four days in
son, known as the "Bishop of Wall Detroit and the remaining day at Ann Two blockS from city bus line on Jackson Road,
Street," died at Monday noon after a Arbor according to Professor Warthin. from noon till midnight.
tong illness. IM-
g et The Daily sell it for you thru Special attention given to parties. Phone 6534.
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW. the Classified columns.-Adv. =11 110111U1b1 111n 1111D11I1111:11l11i16111111t1111t

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AiL tl6C U~1LL J i. L. l
new shop will be across the street
from our present location and nearer
to the campus.
315 State Stafter Jan 1st.
Watch us grow.
Riders Pen Shop.
WE take pride in the quality of our
work. You should take pride in our
products. We cater to the student
trade as well as the town residents.
You are requested to visit our shop
at your earliest convenience. #
ARNOLD /
8tate St. Jewelers-302 State St. tf.
TYPEWRITERS
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and best service depart-
ment in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
tf.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Rooms at 422 E Wash-
ington. Dial 8544. 67'68-69.
FOR RENT-Newly decorated, fur-
nished 4 room apts, in private fam-
ily. Laundry service. Phone 4377.
67-68-69.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-C Melody Saxophone,
like new, will sacrifice. Call 1525
Broadway or dial 3852. 65-66-67.
FOR SALE-Soph Prom ticket $4.00.,
709 Arch St. Phone 21268. Call at
noon or evening. 66-67-68.
FOR SALE-Ford Sedan, $100. Call
3818. Ask for Mr. Chase. 66-67-68
HONEY from oura ownApiary, 24c
per lb section, at our house, de-
livered if 10 or more sections are
ordered. Paul Wuerfel, 121 S Mil-
ler Ave. Dial 6187. 66-67.
FOR SALE-Fur jacket black caracal
with Kolinsky collar. Size 36. Miss
Scranton. 333 ,E William. Tele-
phone 8138, 66-67-68.
FOR SALE-1921 Ford touring, start-
er, demountable rims. Price $60.00.
Phone 9761, 408 E Washington.
67-68-69.

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Dwight 'Morrow
President Coolidge is so pleased
with the way Dwight Morrow, chair-
man of the special board, conducted
he aircraft inquiry that, observers
say, he is considering the Wall Street
banker for high office. Morrow is
een leaving the White House.

CHRISTMAS CARDS
Personal cards should be ordered now.
Good work requires time.." Printing
and engraving a specialty. Largest
and inest selection obtainable.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The ypewriter & Stationery Store
tf.
NOTICli-Piano Tuning-The Stein-
way Concert. Artist Tuner available
for you. No extra charge. The
exclusive tuner for the University(
School of Music. Phone 6776. Vic-
tor Alllmendinger. Office at resi-
dence, 901 Granger Ave. Not with
any Alusic House. tf.I
We pay best prices for men's used
clothing. Dial 8040.
Student Tailoring
Car. N. Univ. and Thayer tf'
ELSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per-
manent waving, and marcell waving
our specialty. 319 S. Main. Room
202. Dial 4404. tf.
TAILORING
Students Tailoring Phone 80401
Corn N. University and Thayer
A[E1'S SUITS CLEANED AND
PRESSED, $1.25
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20c
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING1
AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AND
COATS
REASONABLE PRICES
Work Called For And Delivered
sun., W., f.-tf.

14 STUDENTSd INIT19TED
*TO JUNIORMEDICAL. CLUB
Galens, honorary junior medical
society, initiated 14 students into
membership at its meeting last night
at the Union. President Clarence Cook
Little and Dr. James D. Bruce, direc-
tor of internal medicine in the Medi-
cal school, were also taken into the
society. President Little was made a
member because of his research in
cancer and his work in genetics.
Dr. Walter M. Simpson of the path-
ological department in the Medical
school, speaking on "The Aims And
History of Galens," . delivered the
p~rincipal talk of the evening. Wes-
ley G. Reid, '26M, speaking for the
society, gave the address of welcome
to the candidates. A reply was made
by Harry M. Bishop, '27M, one of the
initiates. President Little and Dr.
Bruce also gave short talks.
Charles L. McCallum, '26M, presi-
dent of the society, administered the
oath to the candidates, while Prof.
Frederick A. Coller of the surgical
department in the Medical school, was
toastmaster.
Dr. E. W. Ifulthen spoke on the
"General Structure of Band Spectra"
before the Ph'ysics colloquium yester-
day in the New Physics building.

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Many Still Carry
Jewelry To Grave
ATLANTA, Dec. 8.-Tile practice of
burying jewelry with the body of a
relative or friend is an expression of
sentiment that morticians do not seek
to discourage, explained Fred W. Pat-
terson, president of the national se-
lected morticians.
While most of the jewelry buried
with bodies is inexpensive, averaging
about $10 a trinket in each case, Mr.
:Patterson estimated that the 2,000,000
Americans who die annually carry
approximately $20,000,000 worth of
jewelry to the grave with them.
MADRID.-Crops in Valcenia have
1 been seriously damaged by the heavy
rains, and the harvest has been held
up for several weeks.
WASHINGTON. - The bureau of
standards has constructed a machine
to test the wear of different washing
materials on marble floors.
For every article for sale,'there is
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.

Are you

tired of

eating?

Every Process
Here Aim
ToWard
Perfection
Perfection in every department
is the aim of this service. This
extreme desire to satisfy is evident
in the lay-out of modern equip-
ment and in the use of the latest
and best methods. A trip through
our plant would reveal intricate
problems of the laundry business
that are solved in a very efficient
manner.
Mechanically-equipment means
a huge outlay. Here every at-
tempt is made to get modern equip-
ment that best suits the most im-
proved methods.
Modern methods mean satisfac-
tion. For example, -your socks are
washed with special care in a sep-
arate bag on which an identifica-
tion tag is attached. There are no
clips or tags on your socks. Your
handkerchiefs, too, are laundered
in a similar manner so they, are re-
turned to you spotless without the
least mark of identification to mar
the beauty of the linen.

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Thorough Pasteurization Protects
Thorough pasteurization of
every product distributed by
the Ann Arbor Dairy Corpor-
ation protects you from dis-
ease germs which sometimes
lurk in raw dairy products.

Try the Harmony way.
May we suggest the follow-
ing for dinner Wednesday
night?
Fruit Cocktail..............12c
Baked 11am ..............30c
Veal Birds .................25c
Prime Ribs of Beef .........28c
Roast Pork ith Apple
Sauce ......... ......28c
Waldorf Salad1... .....15c
Egg Combination ........15C
Lemon Pie.................12c
Banana Cream ...........12
Red Raspberry ...........12c
Fresh Apple..............12c
Brownt Bet ty Puadding ..1c

Grips

for

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Vacation

To be home with the folks en-
joying the spirit and fun of the
holidays. We wish we were going
with you, but our task will be to
lauider your bedding, curtains and
other articles that you leave behind.

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Countless

othter Im r'rvemTent 3

which Varsity alone has proves ,

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