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PIRIDAY JANUARY 15, 1926

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MEMBER OF I.C.C.
F NISOOOSESCOLUMN
CLOSES CSS A I
AT 3 P.M. A DVERTISING AT 3 P.M

LOST WANTED-Suite or single and double
room for three university women in I
LOST-Mesh bag containing two small house. Calf 6887. 84-85-86.
looks of stamps and gold fountain
pen. Call 7117.., Reward. 85-86-87 PORTER WANTET)
LOST-Sheaffer Life Time FountainPORTER.WANTED-For fraternityt
Pen, between Field House and: house, only those having recommen-
University High School. Call Fur- ( dations need apply. Address box
mas, 5082. Reward. 85. 47, Michigan Daily. 85-86-87.
LOST-In meeting room of Union,
black leather notebook and "The RDOOM WANTEI)
English Language by Smith. Re- ROOM WANTED-Cultured lady stu-
ward. Plaut, 7139. 85-86-87. dent would like rooni in private
LOST-Blue and yellow silk scarf, family near campus for second se-
Monda night. Call 21-754 ask for mester. Box 46. 85.

GROWING PRESSURE IS EXERTED
UPON U. S. FOR LEAGUE ENTRY
"Each year a stronger pressure is ton whatever relating to the well-be-
exerted upon the United States in re- ing of mankind. Instead of spasmodic
gard to entrance into the League of conferences dotted over a score of
Nations," asserts Raymond B. Fosdick, years, it established the tradition and
former under-secretary of the league, habit of conferences. It marked a
an a recent article in the League of new train of thought, a new method
Nations News. of approach, rooted in the mechanism
"Officially or unofficially," he con of Geneva.
tinues, "there is United rStates repre- 'That is why the League of Na-
sentation at nearly every meeting at tions is so outstanding an experiment
Geneva, and Americans are members in human relationships. It represents
of many of the important commissions foresight and preparedness. It repre-
that originate there. Surely the day sents the ingenuity of man trying .;o
will come when America will take her ,rationalize hisrelations with his fel-
place at the council table of the na- logs and adapt himself in orderly
tions and join in the great new ven- fashion to his new environment.
ture that is laying the fo.undation otf "Every conceivable sort of human
a better world. problem has been brought up for dis-
"The technique that was born in cussion. Matters of peace and war,
1920 was new, in that it was based of health and disease, of economics,
on the principle of continuous con- trade and industry have been thrown
ference. It brought 50 nations to- on the conference table.
gether automatically in the uninter- "It is from these small and uncer-
rupted discussion of problems that tam beginnings that the League of
are always overflowing national boun- Nations has grown to its present pro-
dary lines. It set up machinery that portions. Every year adds to its ef-
was permanent, ready for any emer- fectiveness and prestige. Internation-
gency that might develop, able to fo- ally speaking, nothing can be done
cus immediate attention on any ques- without reference to it."

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Cook. 85.1
LOST-Blue Corduroy coat left on
bench on boulevard, Sunday. Finder
please return to Phelps, 1824
Geddes. 84-85.
MUSIC
Music by Boxer. .Dial 8871
83-84-85.
NOTICE

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ANNIVERSARY WEEK at Elson
Beauty Shop. Starting Janurary 18.
Shampoo and Marcel, $1.50 with a
lemon rinse free. Marcel 75 cents.
Elson Beauty Shop,
321 S. Main, Phone 4404.
tf.

SCHAEBERLE & SON, 110 S. Main St.
The popular place for all kinds of
musical instruments. It pays to
trade here. th, f., sat., tf.
Men's Suits sponged, pressed 35 cents
Student's 'ailoring, Phone 8040; Cor.
N. Univ. and Thayer., tf
TYPEWRITING & MDLEOGRAPIING
Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
teen years.
O: D..MORRILL,
I17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
tf.
:NTEW VICTOR Record releases every
Friday. You'll always find the lat-
est and best on Victor Records.
Schaeberle & Son, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
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 Allimendinger. Office at resi-
dence, 901 Granger Ave. Not with
any Music House. tf.
NOTICE-Manuscripts typewritten by
experienced operators at Biddle's
Book Store. 11 Nickel's Arcade.
t., th., sat. tf.

FOI RENT
FOR RENT-Single room and double
room with sleeping porch. Clean,
and warm. Dial 8519 or call at 714
S. State. 85. -
FOR RENT-Rooms next semester for
boys, one block from the campus,!
719 Oakland. 85-86-87.
FOR RENT-Two large single rooms
for students, 610 So. State St., phone
8420. 85-86-87.
FOR RENT--Rooms for six or seven
boys, $2.50 to $3.00 each. Separate
beds. No other students. Phone
7906. 85-86-87.
FOR RENT-Several well furnished
suites. Roon for about ten boys.
Very attractive, new furniture.The
very best accommodations for both
study and sleep. 607 East liberty.
Dial 8439. 85-86-87.
FOR RENT-Pleasant, warm, com- ,
fortable sute for two students. Very
near campus, reasonable rent. Ap-
ply 444 So. State St. Phone 8538.
85-86.
FOR RENT-Room for six upperclass-
men on Oakland avenue. Call 3441.
83-84-85.
FOR RENT-Large study room, steam
heated, with sleeping porch, for one
or two students or business men.,
500 E. Catherine St. Dial 9571.
83-84-85-86-87.
FOR RENT-A single and a double!
room. 433 S. Division. 83-84-85.1
FOR RENT-Front suite, for two boys'l
also garage for one car. Second;3
semester. 708 Church.a83-84-85.
FOR RENT-One double front room,
with alcove. Suitable for two or
three students. Reasonable rent.
1710 Geddes. Dial 4707. 83-84-85.1
FOR RENT-Large mrom, first floor,
two ,students. Near Union. $4.50
each. 517 East Madison. 84-85-86.

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Richard V. Taylor
Southern Democrats are denying
charges of independents that they
made a patronage "deal" with Presi-
dent Coolidge to obtain appointment
of Richard V. Taylor, (above) Ala.
bama Democrat, as member of Inter-
state Commerce Commission. Taylor
mayor of Mobile, was for 20 years
general manager of the Mobile and
Ohio railway.

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70R RENT
FOR RENT-A large room for one or
two girls, three blocks from campus.
Dial 5942. 84-85-86.

FOR RENT-One
sleeping porch.
1024 -Church St.

double room with
Two single beds.
8231. 84-85-86.

FOR RENT-Rooms for boys. One
large room suitable for three. Hot
and cold water in room and also one
front do le room, $3.00 each. Steam
heat. T o blocks from the Union.
555 S. Division. Phone 8072. 84-85.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Good tuxedo, has never
been worn. Dial 5153. 83-84-85.
FOR SALE-Ford Coupe six months
old. Absolutely in excellent condi-1
Ition, just like new. Phone 5204.
83-84-85.
FOR SALE- One Simmons day bed
with mattress; one two-burijer oil
stove with oven. Call 7541, be-
tween 9 and 5:30. 83-84-85.
FOR SALE-Good business proposi-
tion for two students. Am leavingI
town. Dial 6472. 85-86-87.
FOR SALE-White Spanish shawl,
hand worked. Call 8531. 85-86-87.

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, Look Pleasant
It's easy enough to look pleasant amidst pleasant.
surroundings. -
Ever notice Harmony Cafeteria's patrons and the air of c
pleased satisfaction.
Ever notice the atmosphere at The HarmonyCafeteria?
Ever notice how Harmony Cafeteria's customers feel
about it?
They're an optimistic bunch. a
They come in with an air of pleasant anticipation.
They are happy while here.
They go out with pep and vim and vior, at peace with
the world and their surroundings, and they have money in c
their pockets.
Good doctors say all this helps the digestion.
May we serve you today?
HarmonyCafeteria
508 EAST WILLIAM STREET-
i-
I- "One Block' from the Campus"

FOR MEN AND WOMEN
SNAPPY STYLES
IN SCOTCH GRAIN
OR LIGHT CALF
BLACK AND TAN
$4.98
117 S. MAIN STREET

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Read the Want Adsl

FOR SALE-Complete
call Stuey. 21774.

drum outfit,
85-86.

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WHEN ITS any thing in Music or '
Musical Instruments see Schaeberle SALE STARTS
& Son, 110 S. Main St. tf.
REAL PEN SERVICE i SAT. JAN. 16
Buy your Fountain Pens and ink
at Rider's Pen Shop. It costs no'more
and you have the advantage of spec-
ialist service, and the largest stockWh
Now in our new location
315 State St. tf.
Here is An Opportunity
WE REQUIRE several intelli-
gent students, both sexes, who can
devote part of their time during this
semester to our business. An oppor-
tunity is offered for advancement.
Commission basis. Mr. Morley, 709
West Cross St., Ypsilanti, Michigan,
Phone 428. 84-85-86-87-88-89. S
TYPEWRITER$
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg- -
est stock and best service depart- / sj' '::'
ment in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRILL,fs
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store="
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona RX
tf.
Arnold's State St. Jeweler
is now carrying a complete line of j
fountain pens-all makes, all prices. h u sa dn ae
*ts.r:";yo" ,"n""cThe Outstanding Sales
Whatever type you hmay need, come in
and see us, we can satisfy you.
Arnolds State St. Jeweler
302 S. State St. tf. A C le r
___WANTED Suits and
EXPERIENCED two payment men to
open office covering entire district.
Full co-operation and protection. Blues E
Send $1.00 for supplies and com-'
plete information. Clyde A. Ram-
25-27Opera lyace ,ininatThat Brings the
Ohio. tf. T a rn s Cu
MAGAZINE men, crew managers, dis-
trict managers, organizers experi-
enced on two pay plan; also special
offers. Write or wire today for real

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