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'TUESDAY, J'AN-UA1)Y 11, 19 126

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

PAOE SEIVRN

TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1920 PAOE SEVEN

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LOST---Watch, gun-metal case, black, WANTED-Suite or singlc and double spc.11il lc('ture itn Forestfry
wrist ribbon, on campus, Tappan or room for three university women in E Th Fom~eti'vSituationi iim Canada" is the topic of a lecture which
11. University Ave.. Phone 8298 after small house. Call 6887. 81-82-83:'wl.egIe usly aur 2 a .51.AI nteNtta cec
9J. p. Rwrd in.82 Reward.________________________ 80-l81-82.Tesa, Jnu r2,a 415 .M.i teNaualSiec
_________________________-WANTED-A cultured young lady ,A(1iioI' P mu.by ?1,1.Clyde Leavitt, A. 1B..o'01. 1lS. F1., '04, now Chlief I+Fre
NOTICE wvishes to rent room in private 1 n:>;ect n of the Board of Railway Commissioners of Canada. 14r. Leavitt
________________________________________ home -or wouild enjoy tutoring child is a forester of niote and the p)ublic is cordially inivited~ to hear hlim.

1e sSuits sponged, pressed :t3 cefcny ts , te compn tt k j t IU. tIJIt 1 1Utt4I ', ,v33jir L11ut. a'1.
Student's Tailoring,. Phone 8040, C;or.: preferably on or near Wasble..; nv n Lhyr f Eeyrfrne o 3 Lcuei 13;el o C*
81- 82-83.J The sixt it lecture in 1-1 giene for' men will be givent in Watc'ruman ( riua-
TYPEWMIiNG & 3IME(GRAPHINtGnsuTusa n rdy aur 4hadlta ,4 n
Promptly and neatly done by compe-, W AN I D -Theses to type. M. V aim hrdyadFia,.aur 4had1ta 3 ,an .M
ten oeraor atmoerae ate. artsuff. Call 9387. 81-82-83. ['his requirement includes all freshmen in the regular p~hysical trainin"
grountadopterathatrs ati modxcuedatenithestgrups
College work a specialty for seven-i -A AZgoNEsmenntcrewthmanagersen ecs-edVfomrtheA.grMup.
teen years. ;_MGAIN_____crwangesdi-______A.nity
0.-D. ORRLLtrlct' managers, organizers experi-I
17 Nickels Arcade,eneontopylalssecl College of Literaiture, Sciece and the Arts:
Th Tperier&Sttiney toe offers. Write or wire today for real , rl1hc1.e will be a meeting of the Mathematics sta. ff on Tuesday.i January
The yperite & tatiner Stoe),proposition. State fully experience. t
tf. yd . Rme,2-7 pr lc 12, in room 3201 Angell Hail, at 4 P., I.
NE VCORReod eeaeseer Cincinnati, Ohio. tf.
estdand.estonVay iortRecords. WANTED-Two tickets to the J-Ilop.! M;Vechiaiical EntginieeriungCourse 3:
eschaedbeaset&onV110oS.RMaindst. Must be connected with a booth. The Wednesday Lecture section in M. E.3 will not meet January 13th.
Call568. S23. ou ae ivitd to attend the lecture to be given by Mr. C. M. Eaton, Chief
____________________________________-I IMechanical Engineer of the Westinghouse Company, at that houer in Room
FOIE. RENT 348. l.C nesn
NOTICE-Piano Tuning-The Stein- I 1 .Anesn
way Concert Artist Tuner available FO RN.Tiodbl rom fr
excruvyounoeraorhre.Universt four boys. Dial 6037 or call 109 N, Senior Mlechanical Enigineers:
Scholusofeusic.forPh n iversic- Ingalls. 82-83-84. You are urged to attend the lecture to be given by Mr. C. M. Eaton,
Schol f 'Vluic.'hoie 776 Vi- IChief Mechanical Engineer, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Coln
tor Allfmendinger. Office at resi- FOR RENT-Front room, twin beds,! plany, at 10 A. M. Wednesday, January 1, in Room 340 Eg. lg l
aec,9 rngeMsicHou e Ntfwt. oepiiee o w uieso seniors attending the lecture will be excused from cl'asses at that hour.
an ui os.student girls. $7.50 per week. 1i. (. Anderson.
'WHEN ITS any thing in Music or Bunpr u ie 41Wls
Phone 4329. 82-83-84.
Musical Instruments see Schaeberle' _________I_________ All Uniiversity 31en : l
& Son, 110 S. Main St.. FOR RENT-Front suite of rooms for
ELSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per either two or three boys. 530 On the invitation of the University Advisory Committee to. the R. 0. T.
manntwain, ndmacel avng Thompson St. Phone 8039. 1 C., Colonel C. C. Chambers, 'technical Officer of Culver Military Academy of.
nmannt wving andmarcll wving82-83-84u o
our, specialty. 319 S.. Main. Room i 8. Culver, Indiana, will speak in the Natural Science Auditoriu, at 4:10 o.

Fines collected from persons convicted of violating prohibition stat~f utes, completely p~aid for this building
in Milford, 0., which houses the loca I liquor court and the town fire dlepar tmnent.
~inninn S. Berry of the School of 1Educatlou! wyas reported at the Washtenaw pri-
DDO[ECtOD1 a nd Clarence S. Yoakum of the Schoolvrate hospital, where Staebler is con-
[HO 1, LUU PRFLS9 U ;of Business Administration also at- valescing, yesterday. He underwent
tendd th conerene. ithe operation on Dec. 28, after being
_________________________-tak~en ill in Kalamazoo.
S-- Staebler Improves 1IIIE oN.--The Cabinet has accept-
Three members of. the psychology ie asa egY-sagsrsg
department, Profs. W. B. Pillsbury,J Continued improvement in tihe eon- i nation as head of the national peo-
Henry F. Adams, and John F. Shep-1 dition of Neil Staebler, '26, managing {pie's army.
of editor of Chimes, who is recovering
ard, attend'ed the annual meeting o from an operation for appendicitis, PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.
the American Psychological associa - __________________________________
tion held recently at Cornell univer -__________________________________________________
sity, Ithaca, N. Y.j
At the session devoted to the dis-
cussion of psychological tests Profes-1I SPECIA LT fL LT
sor Pillsbury presided, and at another
meeting gave a paper on "Gestalt Psy-
chology and the Concept." Professor;an
Adams presented the results of ex-!'~T
periments here. Professors CharlesO i TSu B u



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NOTICE-Manuscripts typewritten by i
experienced operators at Biddle's
Bopk Store. 11 Nickel's Arcade.j
TYPE WRITERS
Rebuilt and second hand of all makesf
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and best service depart-
ment in Ann Arbor.
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Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
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Arnold's State St. Jeweler
is now carrying a complete line of
fountain pens-all makes, all prices.
Whatever. type you may need, come in,
and see us, we can,,.satisfy you.
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302 S. State St. tf.
TRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.1
Special prices on all appointments.
Trojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1110 S.1
University, side entrance. Phone
5535. tu, th, sat.-tf.
ATTENTION fraternities and sorori-
ties. Try our Special Blend Coffee..
F Per pound 45c. The Schultz Groc-
eiy. t., th., 11tf.

'FOR RENT-Suite to rent for 2 or 3
boys. Rent reasonable. Phone 9152I
ii '82-83-84.
FOR RENT.--Two single rooms in new
private house, for second semester.
1303 Horman Court. Dial 4720.
82-83-84.
FOR RENT-Three large double
rooms, well -heated 'and lighted. First
second and third-- floors. PricedI
reasonable, 822 Oakland. Dial 6110.
82-83-84
FOR RENT-Room, free for student
girl who will do two hours house
work per day. Phone 4329. 1411
Wells St. 82-83-84.
FOR RENT-One nicely furnished
room for two men at 533 Thompson '
directly back of Union. Phone
6950. 81-82-83.
FOR RENT-Single room. 1321 Vol-
land. Call 4536. 81-82-83.

Wednesday, January 13, on the subject "Training for Citizenship." Time
lecture will be illustrated by motion pictures. Alfred H. Lovell.
1 Tryouts for Annual Spaisih Play:
Tryouts for thme sixth Annual Spanish Play will be held Tuesdayevn
ee-ing, S8:00 o'clock, Room 201 South Wing. E. A. Mercado, Director.
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"70IL RENT

FOR RENT-Rooms for 6
suites, 1 large double,
$3.50 each. Phone 9394.

or 8 boys,31
$3.00 and
80-81-82,.

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Frontenac, overhead
valves. Brand new, never unpagled.
1303 Wilmot. Dial 4829. 80-81-82.
FOR SALE-Ford Coupe, 24 model,
1926 license. Will trade for open
car. 1303 Wilmot. Dial 4829.
( ~80-81-82.'

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FOR SALE}
FOR SALE--Five dlay sale 7th to 12th
on all watches, 20 percent off. The
Watch Shop, 1121 S University.
78,79480-81-82.
FOR SALE--Man's heavy overcoat,
belted,' size 38. $15. call 21852.
80-81-82.
FOR SALE-Farland Tenor Banjo,
first class condition, fine tone,
Priced very low for quick sale. Lee
Pm~tt, 509 S. Division St or Call
4531, between 6 and 8 p. m.
' ~82-83-84.

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LATEST DANCE
C 91926, the lerry Widow Valtz
Adults class every Monday and Fri-
day. Fifteen oiie..hoir lessonis, $.00.
TERRACE GARDEN STUDIO
2'20 Wuerth Ar aile P~honxe8328;
STATE STREET JEWELERS
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FOR RENT-Double rooms $65.00 pei
semester, single $100.00, hot and
cold water in each room, towels fur-
niched, showers. Phone 9023. Kim-
brell or Mrs. Wightman.
81-82-83.
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BEST PRICE
For Men's Used Clothing.
Phone 4310O 115 W. Washington
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SLADY AND GENTLEMAIJ,-
SWanted young lady and gentleman
who can dance "Thee Merry Widow
>Waltz". Must be graceful and
,moderately slight in weight. See
SMgr. Arcade Theater. tf.
EXPERIENCED two payment men to
-open offce- covering entire district.
Full co-operation and protection.
Send $1.00 for supplies and com-
plete information. Clyde A. Ram-
Ssey, 25-21 Opera Place, Cincinnati,
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give .best service. and
longest wear.
Buy Pan nspr o. $1.00
Rubbr eds, er oz.1.20
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American Lead Pencil Co.
dozen 220 'Fifth Ave., N. Y.

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