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PACE TWO

THE M CHIGA DAIL

SUNDAY, r>> Ct. Ii i;P ! . :

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECEMB~IR. 1~3, R)25

111111 g l ion.. Opportunity is given the student]
1111111IL il to consult with faculty advisors who1
will aid him in his choice. More than
SIA~flN HILL E 30 men have consulted the comrmittee
Lthis semester, according to Harold R.
l Williams,', chairman..Office hours
1 oclok dilyatLane hall.
Law School Professor Will Discussj-
"Qualifications For Bar" In j 1What Is Heaven ?".
Lane Hall Address IL cutr o i

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SPEAKS TUESDAY NIGHT v a I - +£
SPEAS TUSDAYNIGH "What is Heaven, and Where is it?"
As the third number of the series is the subject of an address, to li"e
of talks under the auspices of the vo-; given by Rev. Frank A. Gustafson of
cational committee of the Stndentj Detroit, at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
Christian association, Prof. E. Blyth I l)CI' rloom, Lane hall.
Stason, of the Law school, will dis- Doctar Gustafson is pastor of the
cuss the "Qualifications for the Bar,", Chur ch of h e New Jerusalem, Detroit.
at 7 os'clock Tuesday at Lane hail. I His lecture tonight is to be a discus-
Professor Stason will outline the qua I- sion of the subject as presented in
ifications of character and personality I the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg..
That are requisite to the success of a' The meeting is under the auspices of
lawyer, in an endeavor to aid students the Ann ArbV~ New Church reading
who are anticipating a legal course! circle.
In the University in determining their
decision. LONDON.-The Prince of Wales has
The vocational, talks that are being; spirung bashfully some of the Spanish
arranged by the committee are a part; he learned in South America. His
of their' program in giving assistanceI hosts, members of the Argentine
to students who experience difficulty Club, applauded, whether they un-
in, selecting their vocation or profes- derstood or not.

ArcitctPlans' a New Drilling ;SippnewstMeBoarNaualdnerstHod
Mssissippi panj Methods Allay E ers ebr- Naua nersIod
Gas Shortage' ... a he
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Deep-dr illing methods wich are un-
zcoveing geat" oil depositshieto-IL / Y I1 ~ -al. 1iI V
fore inaccessible; have definitely post- - ST 1' .BLL..i...L.J\.KV
wt~ l)oed the tear of a gaoline shotaige
.~until tar in the futuere according to a I DETROIT
rprmaeby the petroeum division =
of the American Society of MYecani-6 ?e;...
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ca' il Engineers 'i:;" -:..... . ;,;;{ er i'.
According to this report, more than Dtotssats alom w
'wodruorhsrsprovide c-n
, be rccoveredi by deep drilling. Im- .dacin..
provedl methods of deep drilling be-tius-
low the resent oil sands are exected ______________________________________
..y. to disclose many area deposits hith- I
erto unavailable and which will be.GDnigNgtl:xetMna
equivalent to the discovery of new rayton
,..:,..,"' fieds. : =
3Tesupply of petroleum will last J A
longer with more effiient utilization,+
'according to the report. Improved I A NJ "4
methods in refining have already in-;" ,
creased the supply of gasoline. - :.
MOSCOW-Near the scene of the IV C O RI T
{charge of the Light Brigade (ivers V CO .
Ralph Mojeski, Chicago, world tarn- (}ave located a treasure ship 40 feet Johrn enry tialshr of New Orleans,
ous as "the king of bridge-buid-rs," below the surfafc of the Black Sea. who succeeds Freder ick 1. rThomps n "Y
is working on plans for the largest It is the hulks of the Blackc Prince,y of Alabama, as a memb r of T S.You don't know how good until you ear them.
railroad bridge in the world. I hich went down with $25,000 in gold i shipping board, is a graduate of P n-...
span the MsAlliedi ivrathe
MismssssimAivelatNe armies in the Crimean War 1 919 with rank of ommnandr. He has'
Orleans. The estimated cost is x;15,- been a member of New Orleans por]C1V
000,000. PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION -NOW. cmmission sIne 1919.A ts in T e D ly

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All jur nDers Are E1-IL C
When you come here, you need have no
fear of having an incompetent barber cut
your hair. No matter at what time you
come in, an expert barber will be at your
service.
T HE ARCADE BARBER SHOP'
6 NICKELS ARCADE

meI

TODAY

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Admiral Majestic says:
-"A vast, matey-set your course to see-

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In a tactful, cordial tone
"The Write Gift" says:
e "WRITE"
Such a gift spans the miles
g . betweeni you and binds
friendship closer.
~fromn the wealth of styles
" and grades in our store
0 e " you waill find .it very easyr
l . ip 'select the Boxed Writ-a
e ~ing Paper that will, reflect
® the personality of the one
you wish to remember.
All Christmas Gift Box Stationery
One-half Regular Prices Until Vacation.
0. D. MORRILL
17 'NICKELS ARCADE
Open Evenings Until Christmas.

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in ye goode syde-splitting comedic of ye 'bold buccaneer who
feared naught. but yc goode dame Dorothy who gave manya
love-tap, with ye :olde f astiionedI rllin g pin."
IT IS lLLTfl'OlIIt TIS YARN (,AYE~E OCEAN IT'S ROAR!]

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dame Betsy who stayed at home

at'

her sap spouse who went to

sea.

A Treasure Hunt for a
Potful of Golden Giggles

Imnitation
is the Sincerest Flattery

Acopy rai
whether in

[rely equals
a painting

an original,
or a suit of

clothes. No clothes are more widely

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imitated than the Rosenberg type.
The lines are simple ye~t unlike "Col-

umbus and the

egg,

not easy

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fi
,
ti
ti
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execute.

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He was at homse
Jidst Shot and Shell
'Cause Home with the flissus
Was Hiot as H--i!

The excellence of styling customarily

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associated

with Rosenberg

woolen

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frAAKE

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is well expressed in the new importa-

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tions.

See them!

RepresenItafli c, JERRY COAX~
HOTEL ALLENEL
TUESDAY, DEC. 15

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