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PACE SEVlNN

FE IDAY, DECEI.1lJ' R 13, 0125

THE MICHIGAN" DAILY

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NoPM .LASSIFI E COLUMN
ADVERISIN AT P.M

Students Organize To Help U. S. In

World Court

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Club Scores Dog
As Aid To Police,
(By Associated Press)
BERLIN, Dec. 1 .--- Konrarl Most, of
the '[.ion of. Shepard Dog Owners of
Eisenach, declares tie Oernflai. police
dlog woul' never attain the results it
(10es if deprived of the ciii er leading
M. li-e cited 48 testsS befor pie 11Cau-
t horities and scientific experts in
which the dlogs ft'-lied in their tasks

Grady Rumnafttes
,13vAssocnated lPress,)
Sf7 LkrfTLE. 1 .ac.1 7. V he
Grad,, who iseevecreel gold i i C(1&
Pan c recek andi :tarted a ru1sh inl Gas-
liarcoutryof Iriish 1Coubi a last
year, says that looking for the :wieci-
otis metal is more fun thian trakingi.
mining is just hard work, bu;pos
pecting; is great sport.

I ~ ~ ° ' lIGwth oblong amethyst. 1
allj ez,! n, C,4 0 93. 74-75.
LOCS i) mbe shell rimmed glasses
:r . s: .lUathc tr case, call Univer-
;;1 * 74-75.
MAt pgltnglovws Wednesd ,(ay in;
Aii 1 1 fafI. Find or phone 9595.
L(M.'I-- Pair of glasses in black case.
I toward for immediate return. 206 S1
Thay< er. I7i.
LOST--Kappa Delta Pi key, Thursday,
Dec ellber 17. Name of owner on
biack. Return to Allura Exelby.
Mvartha Cook Building. P3hone 7614.
75.
NOTICE
NOTICE-Manuscripts typewritten by l
experience;) operators ,at Biddle's
Book Store. 11 Nickel's Arcade.
t, th., sat, tf.
NOTICE-Have your interior deeorat-
ing and cleaning done during
Christmas vacation, and ,save money
Dial, 22450, Smith and Stevens.
74-75.
SCHAEBERLE & SON, 110 S. MXain St.;
The popular place for all 'kinds of
musical instruments. It pays to
trade here. th., f,, sat., tf.
We pay best pries for mhen's used
clothing..g. Dial 8040.
Student 'tailoring
Cor. N.. Iiv. ,aud.1 thyer tf
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
State St. Jewelers-302 State St. tf..
HOLIDAY SPECIAL
Shampooing 50c for the rest of the
week to advertise my, special shampoo
method. Hair, treatment free with
every ticket sold.- Six dollar ticket for
o$5.. Anderson. Beauty Shop.
.527 E. Liberty St. Phone 3059.
WATCH REPAIRING
*Efficient work at reasonable prices 4
Edw. A. Clark, 1121 S University.
t., f., sat. tf.
NOTICE-Buy the latest fiction at
Biddle's Book Store. 11 Nickels Ar-
~cade. W., f., sun. tf.
ITYPE WRITERS
Rebuilt and second hand of all makesI
.bought, sold, rented, exchanged,1
celeaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and best servicedeat
depar-In Ann Arbor.j
0. D. MORRILL,I
17 Nickels Arcade,,
IThe Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona

' NOTICE
NOTICE-Piano Tuning-The Stein-
way Concert Artist Tuner availableI
for you. No extra, charge. Thel
exclusive tuner for the University
School of Music. Phone 6776. Vic-
tor Allmendinger. Office at resi-
dence, . 941 Cranger Ave. Not with
any Music House. tf.
P1LSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per-
manent waving, and marcell waving
our specialty. 319 S. Main. Rtoom i
202. Dial 4404. tf.
ATTENTION fraternities and sorori-
ties. Try our Special Blend Coffee.
Per pound 45c. The Schultz Groc-
el y.t., th., tf.
LOCKMiT
All kindls. of trunk and door keys.
Phone 7325. Keeler, 12104XW. Huron
74-'75.
WANTED

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1when their lead(ers were absent. j "Maybe :I'll sell out m~y interests co
Realization of tho dog's ultimnat e in- I can go tout in the hills and try to findc
adequacy in this resiet led the te-smehn lsheadded.
'. Iman, army command to zltc'rcit its G(rady arc'l his partner", Hugh Forcl,
further employment Buring;\war1. wo;7rdOwtheclaim for 50 (diys last stun
-ier and took out $30 lper shovel da;ily.
I-ANGOON.-It is hope)d that sav Grady came to Sea-ttle en route toa
and human sacrifice will he abolish- Eastern Canada to v-isit his mother.
ed by a British expedit ion which ij, I "e had about $1 0,000 in gold nugget s.
G now on its way to llukwang Valeye
in Burma.PXY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NO11.
A PAERRV CHIMSTMS
WE hope you'l11 hav e a grand time during the Christmas
Holida s. We Li xv you will it Santa puts a pair of °r.
NORTHLAND SKIS.
nii f
Dur , in your stocking. Christmas and sno an
ion.Norhlans--00%enjoyment.
NORTHLAND SKI MFG. CO.
Wvurld's; I,argest Stu Manufacturer.
s6 Merriam Park St. Paul, Minn.
-Our fret' lookt o n "HIow to Sk~i" w ilh1elp.-

As part of the nation-wide campaign to induce citizens to support U. S. participation in the world cc
of the League otf Nations, college student bodies are being organized to aid in crystalizing public opini1
Delegates from 250 colleges are seen at the national collegiate world court conference at Princeton Univers
Princeton, N. S.

EXPERIENCED two payment men to
open office covering entire district.
Full c-operation. and protection.
Send $1.00 for supplies and com-
plete information., Clyde A. Ram-
sey, 25-27 Opera Place, Cincinnati.
Ohio, tf.
WANTED-Ford roadster,. that is in
good condition, need not b~e new.
Call Gray. 7935. 75.
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,
lCincinnati, Oho.tf.,
IWANTED-Passenger leaving for
Pittsburg. Call 5348. Ask for Jim..
73-74-75.
FO14 RENT
FOR RENT-Suite, two offices, State
Street section. Dial 4931. th-sat-tf.
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment for
Tent, consisting of two living rooms,
two bed rooms and bath but no
kitchen. Second floor, Cutting apts.
Phone 8621. 73-74-75.
FOR RENT-Church St. 1020 Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, 8 rooms, 4 bedrooms,
4 car garage, new building, excellent
condition. $100. Union Trust Comn-
pany. Randolph .4470. Detroit,
Michigan. 75
FOR RENT-Furnished Apartment be-
tween campus and Hill St., 5 rooms
4and =bath. Telephone. 5290. 75-76-77
FOR RENT-Rooms, also garage. For
party at house, Dial 8544 or call at
422 E Washington. 71-72-73-74-75.
FOPR RENT--One large modern front
jroom. Will rent double or single,
comfortable and warm, strictly priv-
ate. Phone 3292 or call 320Ton-
T opson. 74-75.

'WoodEncou ages I to encourage athletics in all important
r g I governmental and private organiza-
Filipino Sports tions in order that a broader field from
P P 1 which to select Philippine representa-
tives in international contests may be
(Bly Associated Press) available.
MANILA, Dec. 17.-Governor Gener- Among the organizations named asl
al Leonard Wood, always an cnthus- 'potential sources of strong athletes
iast in sports, has issued a statement are the United States Army and Navy,
the Philippine constabulary, the Man-
TRAVELj ila city police, and government bureau
______________employees.
Tqur, designed for those going 'The governor general. urges early
abroad first time or once only, led by prprtosfrteiriigo hl
faculty member with six seasons of j ippine representatives in the next Far ;
experience. Travel, strictly first-5 Eastern Olympic games, which are to
h e held in Peking in 1927.
class :-neither "tourist third cabin"
nor the usual second-class accommo-i
dations in Europe. Independent par-i, PARIS.-Only 425,000,000 francs of
ty, not organized on basis of promises .1 the 5,000,000,000 increased currency
in merca nd xcues n Erop, Ivoted by Parliament Dec. 4, has beeni
but with definite inclusive contract1 utilized.
not contingent upon European agentsI
or inefficiency. Box 26 Daily.I For every article for sale, there is
71-72-73-74-75. a buy er. Reach him thru Classifieds.
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The
DINNER SUIT
CUT precisely according to
conservatively correct ideas
in notch and shawl collar
models. Tailored in the
LUXENBERG way of fab-
rics which insure excellent
wear.
$3950

Are just what is needed for the -Christmas
season. Make them smile with cheerful wall
papers. We have most exquisite colorings
and patterns in the 1926 line and we are glad
to show you the advance--styles of decorating
rooms properly.
. Have you tried to decorate your furniture
with our new line of "transfer" patterns?
Very easily done at so little expense. Also
have stencils, tube paints, batik enamels and~

Take Home a Fine
Preketes fresh home-made chocolates-the finest in town,
one of the best gifts to carry home the holiday spirit.
We know you are busy and preparing to leave-so just call
us up and our prompt and efficient delivery service will bring
your order right to you.
Prekete'9S
Sugar Bowl

NAT LUVXENBERG & BRO.
37 Union Square, New York.
11 I you're in New York during the holidays, j
1 visit our new shop, 37 Union Square-West,
I between 16th and 171h. Als~ays welcome.
fi
Our style memno, book sent free on request
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decorative patterns.
Grace your walls with, a pretty
for Christmas-prices from 50c

new picture
to $5.00.

C. H. MAJOR & CO.,

Dial 9313

203 East Washington St.

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FOR SALE

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TUXEDO-Size 40, fifteen dollars, al-
Vant Ads most new. 417 E. Washington.
74-75.

when you

Frog, Chicken and Steak Dinners
= Served at
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Plan now for a marvellous
low cost trip to Europe
$170 and up, round trip

TROUBLE'S a bubble, just as the song says.
And you can. stick it -with the stem of your old
jimmy-pipe, filled to the brim with good old
Prince Albert. .A remedy? It's a specific! Ask
any jimmy-piper who ever butted into trouble.

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SIf shoes were railway tickets
Sthis would be an excursion
Railway tickets are priced for how far they will
'carry you. If shoes were sold that way, this would
be an excursion. Here's a shoe built with the quality
that has made Walk-Over the world's largest maker
of trade-marked shoes. Wear it, and see if it doesn't
carryyou farther, in more solid comfort, than any
other shoe you ever wore at the price.

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S IT DOWN and plan your
vacation trip to Europe,
NOW. 'Tourist III Cabin costs
'astonishingly little-little, if
any, more than a vacation spent
at home.
Last year thousands of stu-
dents traveled by the United
States Lines ships and this year
will certainly show further big
increasc in bookings. For these
ships are setting new standards

of comfort. Clean, airy state-
rooms, inviting public rooms,
the best of food, exclusive deck
space and daily concerts all
contribute to a delightful
voyage.
Get all the facts now from
your local steamship agent, or
write to the address below for
complete illustrated literature
and suggested tours. Make res-
ervations well in advance.

Cool as the zone-of -kelvination you

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Operating the LEVIATHAN, GEORGE
WASHINGTON, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT,
PRESIDENT HARDING, REPUBLIC and
JJJ AMERICA from New York to Cobh, Plynm-
outh, Cherbourg, Southamtpton, Bremnen.
1 _ 45 Broadway
NEWYORKCITY

about in the refrigerator ads. Sweet as the kiss
of spring on a winter-weary brow. Fragrant as
locust blossoms. Soothing as a cradle-song.
And-P. A. can't bite your tongue or parch
your throat. The Prince Albert process fixes that!
Get on the sunny side of life with a jimmy
pipe and P. A. Tie a tidy red tini to trouble.
Smoke the one tobacco that's got everything-
you ever wished for-Prince Albert. Quicker
you get going, the sooner your worries will be
over. Men who thought they never could smoke
a pipe are now P. A. fans. You'll be a cheer-
leader too!

P.4A. xs sold ever ywhere ins
tidy red tins, pound and half-
pound tin humidors, and
pound crystal-glass hunmidors
with sponge-moistener top.
And always with every bit of
bite and parch removed by the
Prince Albert process.

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