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TTTT~ri)A)', TCEM1I3EI 17, 192:,

THE. ICrI ICA,"N DATT Y

P'AGECEa"17VEN

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rFORM AL SIGNING OF LOCARNO TREA T YO WICH
L A'S"S I F W4 COUNV TIRED E UROPE'S HOPES FOR LASTING
ADVERTLSIN

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OR REIN'I'

JM - 11 ( i hobllOn c af1(L1etyt. FOC1I l Nt-- RO()_1211.x,, also garagie. For
!6l.1ah~a 93. 74-'1 . party at house, Dial 8544 or call at
--- 422 E Washingito1. 71-72 -73-74-7r5 .
in 'black 1;, leater case, call i livo-r- FOR RENT'---One large modern1 ho:If
l. .74 -75 I -o W1 I ill 1'e'-1t (oiitib or ~ '
_.. _ _.. _. __. _. - -- - - - - - comfotItable anid warm, strictly prIMv-
LOT~i''- Aq e in rotof -lrals ate. Phone 3292 or call 320 i3'11{azp-
Branch -!tore on South 'Universty, so11 4 l5
Th~e bowl was oval-shaped. R:eward. ---
Carl Kellar, phone 8917. 72-73-74. ! O SL

NOTICE

FOR .Std E-- ',ye ]i'isoi I Phoiionrapb.

R~ecords, three for a dlollar'. A rior
NOTICE-aucit-Manuscripts typewritten lIy Fountain. 72- 73- 7 4
experienced operators at Lbidles }r'UxEl)O-Size 40, fifteen dollars. al-
Book .Store. 11 Nickel's Arcade. most new. 417 E. Washington.
NOTICE -ave your interior (decorat- 1I1T1
iug and cleaning done d urin g ___________-__ _______
Christmas vacation, and save money. Tour, designed for those g(Lfl?;
Dial, 22450, Smith and Stevens. abroad first timie or onice only, led" Jby
74-7. ifaculty mnember with six seasons of
experience. Travel, strictly first-
SCHAEBERLE & SON, 110 S. Main St. . class :--neither "tourist third ca-11n"
The popular place for all kinds of I nor the :caual second-class accommo-
musical instruments. It pays to aIof in Europe. Independent par-
trad her. th, f, sa., t. Ity, not org'anizedi on basi; of promises
in America and excuses in Europe,
BUSINESS NOTICE- but with definite inclusive contract
Riders Pen shop, because oif its not contingent upon European agents
rapidly growing business, will move ! or inefficiency. Box 26~ Daily.
into larger quarters Jan. 1st. Our 71-7 2-73-74-75.

:. :11e] V c1iie 5, coiu cted ill 11n -
'G'J ra'o)W' red A erh anil u
~ 4 2 \ i~ ~fi' places 111(. (). , t
0.211' P t(1'S :* t I
:5 t~'::'nctorn",.une, 30
r 3 1: , c'.;s ' E \-, Illc ,(in'I'('l in
v~nn r:,',rwn oSpansand or11-
i l ii Aiie7ca pschoog, srciology,
a I -',J)ectpll '~i iiz 'twioiCl-
N 2:ilahory ot Greecelad.)2
cif Rfl~ed icm'W, moernandrconter
rav ito 8 otEvarts stot .Ry..f
in AmefcaLisholPregyerSciolgy,
j. hn 7 l::t irsThe ainnoutemence
ois:; r i'frmat is roisbviist
(rm1.11,!{thh 1;i1'1e dai Lloyd, 32
'soadwa, New Y o'khe r. eine
L? ?II ...u- AuDr nDeer anrusian
Hei per (ofino8 ca I tsst dclred ethad
? ?;aas dCireor, -generemif er Pirs
H Sianselranouttandn emeac
irae,~am wds rhbtoit

new shop will be across the street
from our present location and nearer
to the campus.
315 State St after Jan 1st.
Watch us grow.
Riders Pen Shop.
We pay best prices for men's used
clothing. Dial 84.}
.'Student Tailoring
Cor. N. TUnv. and Tayer tf
WE takO 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
rtate St. Jewelers-302 State St. tf.
HIOLID)AY SPECIAL
Shampooing 50c for the rest of the
week to advertise my special shampoo
method. Hair treatmient free with
every ticket sol. Six dollar ticket fo,
o$5. Anderson Beauty Shop.
527 . Liberty St. Phone 3059.
74-75.
TYPEWRITERS
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
bougt, 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 Stow,
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Coronaa
'NOTICE-Piano Tuning-The Stein-
way Concert Artist Tuner available
for you. No extrai charge. The
exclusive tuner for the University
School of Music. Phone 6776. Vic-
tor Allmendinger. Office at resi-
dence, 901 Granger Ave. Not with
any Music House. tf.
ELSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per-
manent waving, and marcell waving
our specialty. 319 S. Main. Room
202. Dial 4404. tf.
ATTENTION fraternities and sorori -
ties. Try our Special Blend Coffee.
Per pound 45c. The Schultz Groc-
eiy' t., th., tf.
LOCKSMITH
All kinds of trunk and door keys.
Phone 7325. Keeler, 1210 W. Huron
74-75.
WATED
WANTED-Student to take board job
during vacation at Union. Tel.
21738, G. Wickstram. 118 N. In-
galls. 74.
WANTED-Girls for relief selling dur-
ing noon hours daily. Apply imme-
diately at office. Mack & Co. tf
EXPERIENCED two payment men to
open office covering entire district.
Full co-operation and protection.
Send $1.00 for supplies and com-
plete information. Clyde A. Ram-
sey, 25-27 Opera Place, Cincinnati,
Ohio. tf.
WANTED
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.
WANTED-Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping or small furnished
apartmlent. State price. Box 40.
72-73-74.

money or previous business experience re-.
trations Mladly sent upon request. AWte-.
VanieteCorp.,202 DartmoudIet., Boston,Mass.
quality pencil
in the wovicd
black
degrees Superlative in quality,
the world-famous
give best service and
Buy longest wear.
Buy Plain ends, per doz. $1.00
Rubrends, per dz 1.20
a aoc4t all dealers
Amefican Lead Pencil Co.
dozen 220 Fifth Ave. N. Y.

E 'i01) 3'.; ope,, for l* a.;iz'ing peace are centered on treaty framed at Locarno and signed in London, binding France and Germxlany to hold
the 1-hine fr'ontier 1 m lablie. i'ai «i ready is having its effort on trade rlations, clogged since the wvar. In picture, taken as envoys formally of-
fixed their -signatures to lI' treaty, in London, after obtaining ratification of the parliaments of their respective countries, Stanley Badldwn prem-
ier of England can be seeni (ri.;Ii-}<n head of table; with him are Sir Austen Chamberlain and Sid- Cecil Ihu-rst. On near side, (left to right):
Count Prezeziek and Count. Skrzniski, Poland; Dr. Bliees, Czechoslovakia; M. Bertholet and M. Briand, .France. At foot of table, (left to right):
Herr Kempner, Germiany; l,. 1Ro in ml I. Vandervelde, Belgium. On far side, (left to right) : Signor Scialoja, S. Pilatti and MNarquis Medici, It aly;
[Dr. Luther. Dr. !tresemn, t1, e r vcn Schubert, Germany. i l _70

Leon Troizky Was An Extra In Movie .Features In

Irvin armohis. S

rre - vvariiays - ICIIIIIOPOIIST ADII A
I OIITIIPEI)IPAY
O PEIS(y Associated Tress) could lie made to "look like anam' 1He was a good extra, as extras go, "07)7N.nive'rsity Ave. Pone 2.1-1. BEST P ICE
HOLLYWOOD, Cal., Do. 16. --If ts. the film mail commented, "andl if hed -?":''-: Fr'le's Used CloUin~g.
things go bad for Leon Tiotzky in Lok ie anarchists!' snorted the caine back we could use him." For every article for sale.I'llorlo :ill) hIV) . ,Jalshhit
Russiahaawns.n rmehckt~I will get you anarchists a buyer. Reach him thin Cassifieds.
the movires.
His work as an extra ,in "My Offiil 1what is anarchists." i@I11di1 01016I1@1li6lRI9i11Dif1l¢Bi1 E811Il9S91!1 if ad" h aitcCyo Pe e" ie am bck w h a b w is rd
hasnotbee fogotenby he ire andl earnest g;roup, of whom one of i "-
for who huird hm vn h~g most tile mildesit and least bewhiskered Al i h tt(Inity or Sorority Colors Na^tral tr Interest Holds
film fans aire unaware that lie e'v em called himself Leber Bronstein. TPhis An Cobintin- Any Size i
Order iv
was, an actor. mild man was a real estate operator ..-1
It was in placid pre-war days, of1 in a smnall way in the Bronx. Order must be in a lay ahead. a at ithle
course, that the man whio lat~ ecamheeu1 The "'anarchists" plotted realistic- T lE 1
lard of the soviets made his motion ally, and so wheni the director nee~ld; CH®g .,O_
picture debut. soie nmore Russian atmosphere for - CH C LATE flG 4AY N \I i I4I\II f IR I
feIn"tu i'eil Wr" ~tgrp Ti ate r fP aea film G" O etr iied in New York, the script; leased in 1915, the payroll of. extras S -O
called for a scene showing a group of I again included thle namve of Bronstein Main St. ~Next to Orient D ETROI3 T
anarchists plotting fearful oed in a fronthtie Bronx, 1
cellar. The director asked .a Russian l He has not yet recoveredl from his ___________________________ 1
employe of the studio to round up af surj ise at the sudden rise of Leberj ] I= Detroit's smartest balrom wo w
few of his fellow c(:uitri eii who Brontin to) tiee Leon rrotzkiy of Read the Vat Ads'. alrom.Tw
-- tim,,"l fam. =wonderful orchestras provide con-
--_-____-=-- --_6 I L te uous dancing..
- -e aD ik a d B \Irv Graystone 'Dancing Nightly Except Monday
-hDrop in some time and enjoy some of our Chinese -= JE.IRNK
Dishes. They are specially prepared by a Chinese J A OI E S' cayI lf
"A fine place to cat and be entertained." viA RI T
models on display1/ COLLEGE CAFE ANNEX --
14 NORTH WASH-INGTON-YPSILANTI_( You don't know flow food until you hear them.

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336 South Si
Ann Arbo

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Uri Midi.

______j lasts and Patterns exclusivey our own. dcs~5n
JOHNS_____RPHY'
WHITEHOUSE & A
INCORPORATED
SBROADWAY AT 40THl STREET. 144 WEST 421'1 STREET
ME TRt)POI4TAN OPIERA VIOUSE B3LDG. KN ICKERBOCKER BULILDI NG
84 BROADWAY-AT WALE: STREET

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