WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13; 1926
T11 IF".. MICI lTGANT DATI Y
I Northwestern Professor-Poet
:~sE u:LAS S I ,F I En D ci~m Renounces Jazz Life Of city
A wVL TvT 3 PA. b I 'A ETISINGU A 3 P.M,
LOST-Oine glove, Mlonday night to or
1from the UBsketball gamne. Finder
lease call Crawford at 4418.
LOST - Bla~k fleece lined, glojve, in or
near hill auditorium, Monday nright.
Call 9721. :Reward. 83-84.
FOUN D-A pair of gloves, near Pen-
dileton Library, will be returned to.
owner if he calls 9717 between six
and seven o'clock, Wednesday even-
' sic I
Music, by Boxer. .Dil. S871
NOTICE-Lessons taught in marcel-
ling and bcauty culture. Phone
2 1348. 83.'
WANTED--Theses to type. M. V.
Hiartsuff. Call 9387. 81-82-83.
MAGAZINE men, crew managers, dis-j
trict managers, organizers experi-,
enced on two pay plan, also specialj
offers. Write or wire today for real
proposition. State fully- experience.
Clyde A Ramsey, 25-27 Opera Place,
Cincinnati, Ohio. tf.
'WANTED--Two tickets to the J-Hop.
Must be connected with a booth.
Call 5685. i82-83.
WANTED-One: billiard table in good
condition :at :a; reasonable price.
Please call Mlr. "Cheatenn, 9217.
WANTED-Student wants warm,
clean, land well lighted room, singlef
or double in vicinity of S. State.
Box 44 Michigan Daily. 83.
Lew Sarett. 'Tired Of Civilization, T
Live As Recluse it Wi1ls
} Of Wisconsini
IS FAMOUS AS WRITER
(By Central Press)
CHICAGO, Jan. 12.- Lew Sarctt,
professor in Northwestern university,
and noted poet, is renouncing civil-
ization, or that part of it representedl
by the city, to live as a recluse in the!I
wilds of northern Wisconsin.
He is surfeited with the jazz life of!
the modern metropolis, he comnplains.
in one of his poems are the lines:
"Oh, _weary of the pruning knife
that shapes my prime dlecorous
Let mec flower as I will,j
A shaggy rambler on a hill!
I am weary of hot-house. nurtured I
le is now putting this philosophy
"Much of our civilization is a fraud.
and life in a great metropolitan cen-
ter is a tragedy=," Sarett says.
"Why sell out the only life one has;
to live on earth, the things that make
happiness-health, clean air, a bit of
leisure to read good boolks, trout-
fishing, rambling in the woodis, theI
opportunity to live with trees, flowers
and birds-why sell all. this for a'
porcelain bathtub anid gilded radia-
FILL. HEALTK SERYICEE $KAM
Christmas vacation is making itselfI TALLY CARDS PLACE CARDS
felt at the Health service with num- SETS
erous cases of grippe, the result of' BRIDGE S T
sleepless nights and run down condi-
Lions, colds, the consequences of'! e
draughty :train rides, and poison ivy' -E THE EVERY-PLAYER-YOUR-PARTNER SY'STEM .
and other infections acquired in such'Coyit12.Pa.ApidFr
activities as -rabbit hunting, keeping!s. oyih 23 a.ApidFr
the bed capacity of the infirmary over- Chas. S. Clark Co., New York
taxed. However, Dr. Warren E. For - ' J
sythe, director, reports that none of!=
the complaints are of a serious na - ETile thoughtful hostess will appreciate the, advantages
The monthly report just issued from!= of the Every-Player-Your-Partner System. It is only fair,
Dr. Forsythe's office shows that stu- from the standpoint of the score, that every player should
(lent health was unusually high dur-.-
ing Deember Cold, whih areapt -have as a partner every other player, whether good or idf
to increase with the colder weather, 1
were fewer than in either October or i= ferent-but it also adds much pleasure to a party for each
November. The number of bed pa-M e~t etan akt vryohrget
tients, operations, eye refractions and, gus-ometadtl t vr thrget
X-ray examinations also showed .a de-
crease from thre months preceeding. !.
Four contagious (diseases were re-' g =
ported, all of which were promptly ; -_ e e rw c ha ire r Co.
cared for anid, as fad. as the Health : ,
service could ascertain, no exposures=- PIINTEES, EM.'4RAVERS, OFFICE OUTFITS
ccre.1 12 South A ai St, Phone =11.;
Want a room? Read Page Seven 2
and use the Classified columrns.-Adv. "ilII1111111111111111111d11111111111111 1l II1i1N111111
ANNIVERSARY WEED at 44Elson
Beauty Shop. Starting January 18.
Shampoo. and Marcel, $1.50 .with a
lemon rinse free. Marcel 75 cents.
EMon :.Beauty Shop,
321 S. Main, Phone .444.
ment's Suits sponged, pres&O# 1 cents
Student's Tailo ing, Phonie 840,Cor.
N. Univy. and Thayer. tf
TYPEWRITING & 1 MEOGRAPAING
Promptly and neatly lone by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
FOR RENT-Room for six upperclass-
men on' Oakland avenue. Call 3441.
FOR RENT-Large study room, steam
heated, with sleeping porch, for onej
or two students or business men.
500 E. Catherine St. Dial 9571.
FOR RENT-A single and a double
Iroom. 433 S. Division.
.....§ ..... --'*.. ". *'*''* . . ....
FOR RENT-Front suite, for two boys
also garage for one car. Second
semester. 708 Church. 83-84-85.
FOR RENT--One :double front room,
with alcove. Suitable for two or
three students. Reasonable rent.1
1710 Geddes. Dial 4707. 83-84-85.
IfProfessor Sarett isn't going to i .,.
anp back: to Adam" stunt. lieis g
ing into the woods with clothing an
food, his fishing reel, a gun and a box aret L C; ii oti i
of books, to live 'atinormal life." Lw Brretiroesswilds d cotme. i
His is the author of "Slow Smoke,"______________tot__e___il __s"_cost ____e.
"Many, Many Moons," andi "The Box
of Gld."MEXICO CITY.-The supreme court
has' rendered a decision in the long'-
FOR SALE? standing A guila Oil company strike,
~ ~----' in which the contentions of the strik-
FOR SALE-Farland Tenor Ballio, ers are generally sustained. The
first class c'ondition, fine tone, !strike is (declared legal and the comn-
Priced very low for quick sale. See ! pany is ordered to pay part of the
Pratt, 509 S. Division St or Call strikers' salaries.
Expense Books, etc.
WW A 5 BOK STORE
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery
FOR RENT-Two -dotuble
four boys. Dial 6037 or
call 109 N.
itm i), DUt~weenlU i na48 p. in1.
PALY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.
NEW VICTOR Record releases every
Friday. You'll always find the lat-
est and best on Victor, Record§.
Schacherle & Son, 110 S. Main St.
NOTICE-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 Allmendinger. Office at resi-
dence, 901 Granger Ave. Not with
any Music, House. tf.
WHEN ITS any thing in Music or
Musical Instruments see Sbhaebere'
& Son, 110 S. Main St. tf.
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
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.
Arnolds State St. Jeweler
302 S. State St. tf.
FOR R1ENT-FTront room, twi beds,.
home privilege for two business or
student girls. $7.50 per week.
Burnspark bus line. 1411 Wells.
Phone 4329. 82-83-84.
FOR RENT-Front suite of rooms for
either two or three boys. 530
Thompson St. Phone 8039.
FOR RENT--Suite to. rent for 2 or 3'
boys. Rent reasonable. Phone, 9152
FOR. RENT-TLwo single rooms in new
private house, for second semester.
1303 Horman Court. Dial 4720.
FOR RENT-Three large double
rooms, well heated sand lighted. First
second and third floors. Priced
reasonable, 822 Oakland. Dial86110
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
FOR RENT-'Single room. 1321 Vol-
land. Call 4536. 81-82-83.
FOR RENT-Double rooms $65.0'0 per
semester, single $100.00, hot and
cold water in each room, towels fur-
nished, showers. Phone 9023. Kim-
brell or Mrs. Wightman.
+WHY 1DELAY FlNISH l~xTHAr1~r~TTHESIS?
Have it done early, before t he big rush. PL us take care of it
for yoiu. .Excellent typing and binding done. We also havie a full
stock of typewriting paperTanid supplies at your service.
4744 1111: South University 4741
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After all, the Arcade's
superiority is summed up
v e ry briefly
foods; lowest prices.p
don't take our word for it
FRENCH AND DANISH PAST RY
We always carry French and 'Danish
pastry in our stock but we will be glad
to make up special orders upon the short-
est possible notice. That applies to other
fancy pastries, too.
CITY PA STRY SHOP
Upi-stairs, Nickels Arcade
516 EAST LIBERTY
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,'
WANTED-Suite 'or single and; double
room, for three university woven in
small house. Call 6887. 811t82-83.1
WANTED-A cultured young lady
wishes to rent room in private
home or would enjoy, tutoring child
or company for lady. Best locality,
preferably on or near Washtenaw.
Every reference. Box 43.
FOR SALE-Good tuxedo, has never
ybeen worn. Dial 5153. 83-84-85.
FOR SALE-Ford Coupe six months
Jold. Absolutely, in .excellent condi-
Ition, just like new. 'Phone 5204.
FOR SALE- One Simmons day bed
with mattress; one two-burner oil
stove with oven.. Call 7541, be-
tween 9 and 5:30. 83-84-85.
There is Convenience
in this Service
and our driver
publishes notices and announcements. It is
- an excellent business medium.-
And all these many advantages to be,
w If you desire to place a Classified, come into
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