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P.AUIU 'TO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

VMDAXI- J-%NUAIRY

THE MICRICANI DAlI V V1UflA~ TANIIAPV 11 Ifl R~

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B-UILDING SITE IS
CHOSEN BY CHURCH'

EUROPEAN FLOODS INUNDATE SOUTHERN SPAI.N

Presbyterians Select Wa slitenaw Lot
After Ho~lding Option For
several Months
BOUGHT FOR $65,000
Plans for the construction of~ a new
Presbyterian- church culminated Wed-
nesday nigh~t when. it 'wa.s ulnanimous-j
ly decided to purchase the site onl
Washtenaw avenue, between South
University and Hill streets, on which
\the church has held an option for
sev( ral m~onths. A c o umittee was ap-
pointed to proceed _v irh tie plans forI
Lhe pl'oject. It' is not known wheni
actual construction will.be started,
according to Rev. Merle 11. Anderson,
pastor.
The .new church is the result of a
movement begun in 1920, when. a site
on the corner of East and South Uni-
versity avenues was purchased, butL
this "lot was later appropriated by the
University for the School of Educa-
tion. . the present location was se-
lected after the committee had in-
vestigated more than ten other lots.
In the committee's report to the con-
Sgregation, it was stated that =the Wash-
tenaw avenue site was chosen be-
cause it would be in the line of the
principal' development of the city, is'
in the heart of the student population,'
* and the size of the lot permits the
building being set back from the'
street.
T site is described as having a
fr geof 346 feet and a depth of
227 feet at one end and 342 feet at the'
other. A resolution was adopted
whereby negotiations will be initiated

Automatic Voting I
Machines Used In
College Eeto
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 14.-Automat-
ic voting machines of the type used
by several of the larger cities in the
country are being tried out in elec-
tions held at the University of Wash-I
ington. The usual way elections were'
conducted was through a ,committee of
40 b~y installing several machines in,
,,he different colleges it is thought
that the voting will be facilitated and
speeded up..
LoaksIiW SEA ISLAND'
Ask your college haber-
I cdasher for shirts trade
j ~of Sea Island Broadcloth
i -"the Aristocrat of
Shirtings."
SEA ISLAND MILLS, Inc.
New York, N. Y..

The New
Are he. e and are decidedly fo lin
effect. Theyhacatuho rrnc
.that ,will surely appeal to di over (Ef
~he mdern.Be suire tose ic cfc
<ydecora tngzt .osc rrs'. Not on y wll
th:e dc'sign and colorincpea t yUl
I'lut the prices as well.

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W/euare mkn. 0

"redu ction [

on all 1925 patterns. Make you:- selec-
tions now for future use.

The flood waters, which inundated scores of towns and villages and many of the principal cities of Europe,
reached even into southern Spain. It is the first time in years, that th1is d istrict heas been hit. The photo shows
a section of the city of Sevilla, Spain, (luring the flood stage.

Phone 9313

203 E. Washington St.,

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when construction will begin, Dr.
derson expressed the hope that a
tailed report will have been appro
by the time of the centennial celel
tion of the church next fall. The;
dent building will be the first uni
be erected, and, although it will pi
ably be constructed some time bej
the main edifice, its architecture
be made to conform with it.

An-
de-
aved
,bra-
stu-1
t to
rob-
ifore

Bo anstTratlay night in Natural Science build-.
Mou tai F ora~inf by . U. rlanson of the botany
"Botany in the Rocky Mountains" OSLO, Norway.-A referendum on
was the subject of a talk given to the prohibition of spirits is proposed
members of the Forestry club Wednes-
___________________________ I in the speech from the throne readt

Theicing"

to sell a portion of the lot at the
southeast end. '1 h entire lot was MOSCOW.-Leonid Krassin is l1
purchased at a cost of $65,000. ing for London to take up his
Although nothing definite is known of post as Soviet ambassador.
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The Finest Aluminum

Everything you need for

an

all-

aluminum kitchen. Long and grati-
fying service. Every. Mirro article is.

designed to
hold need.

serve

a

definite house-

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Colonial Tea Kettle
Individual Percolating
I Coffee Pot
Round Roaster
Strainers and Collanders
Dairy Pails
Double -Boilers
STATE ST.

Angel Cake Pans
Tubed Cake Pans with
Loose Bottoms
D-ripless Syrup Pitcher
Double Fry Omelet Pans
Convex Kettles
Seamless Bread Pans
HARDWffARE

Wi lf n 01a p n n f t e ;L r~ t1 t hJJ e la rgest selling esterda.
jquality __pencil_________ ___________
new 'in the word
17 , 17
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degrees Superlative in quality, i -
3 the world-famous 1U E O
~opyng 4Tailored by Marquardt
'Igive best service and I
By longest wear.$7 0
Buy Plain ends, per doz. $1.00 7 Q
CRubber ends, per doz. 1.20
1 : a eIt all dealers
American Lead Pencil Co. I
Saozen 220 fifth Ave.and upY
I Men who discriminate in their dress
4 ~want custom tailored garments. Why?
.09 Tailored to fit the particular individual,
d.F IT PO they look neater, keep their shape better, .I
POSACi PSAG
and in the long run are far cheaper.
LAG L fE O IE sirt Wp tr i arqnarbt
S100 -Sheets 7 '4x I0 200 She'ets 6x7
t 50 Envelopes 3%>x7Vg loo Envelopes 3/ x6CutmTio
$~ Sheets are printed in top ceter with name and
and address in 3 lines with or without college {
seal or fraternity crest in uppe left corner. En- 608 East Liberty Street
velopes are printed o flaps with name a~d ad
Pol aper is high grade 24..ib. Bond. If seal
onyon large sheets, position is top center;
Sfor small sheets upper left corner. Send 10
bill and 1 4c in statnp ;, or ronrey order fr r $114
I or personal check for $1.24. Printing in black, ______ _______________________
S blue, red, purple, green or brown ink, Specify
{i color of ink and size wanted.1
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All the delicious icing in the world
cannot make a sad cake merry. Yet
good icing makes a good cake better.
It's the same with shoes. Walk-
Over $7 shoes are good shoes. They
fit, they have good style, and they'
wear, well. The only way walk-
Over good shoes can be made better
is by a little "icing."
More trimming, more decoration,
cglor and leather combinations-those
little touches that make good shoes,
look a lit tle better=-you find in Walk-
Overs at $8.50 and $10Q. The stand-
ard, prices for standard 'shoes-Walk-
O ve s--are

$7

Walk-OverBoot. Shop
R . J. IHOFFsTETTER, Proprietor

1 15 South Main Street

Ann Arbor, Mich.~j

$10

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SUITS AND- OVERCOATS

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$4000
These Suits and Overcoats were
made to sell this season-and
we'll do it, just as we always do
-,sacrifice or not. Many of the
very aristocrats of our stock are
included -- the most desirable
models, patters and styles we

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O'COATS. . I

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$35 n'umbers1
as. low as :4.89an d 17.5 0
Pi airs Bach~1b F'riend, Sox guaranteed
six months.................. .. $1.98
If y i i iye ar A liol -rlu~Vr n 3w .
MaIi_~T~l-'eI c
Genuine Imported English Broadcloth Shirts, Collars
attached-White, Blue, Tan and Slate.... $1.79

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