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Germany Works For Recovery
Of Fo;mer Colonies In Africa
FOP SALE-A Tenor saxophone. Per-
'feet condition. Ansberry Apts.
SECOND HAND MacGregor golf clubs,
both right and left hand sticks.1
Good condition. Also golf bags.
Call Holmes, 4518 in afternoon.
SALEN-PIERCE ARROW--, Passen-I
per, fully equipped, excellent me-
chanical condition, new paint and
tiers. $500.00, one half cash. Call,
7682 for demonstration.
TENOR Student wanted for church
work. 312 South Division St. Dial
WANTED-Hustler for local sales
work. Call Ypsilanti 1040-M be-
tween 7 and 9 P. M.
WANTED-Students to take orders
for photographs. Call L. Leip-
schutz, student representative
Thurs. at 7 P. M. Dial 9761.
FIAST year medic wanted for room-
mate. 110 N. Thayer. . Dial 21815.
WANTED-A graduate Lit Student to;
read a few hours a week to a stu-
dent with weak eyes. Daily Box 6.
WANTED - Student and Family
washings. Dial 8794.,
WANTED-Tutoring in Spanish. Dial
9453, 9-10 A. M. Saturday. Ask for1
FIRST CLASS Cook desires position.'
Fraternity preferred. Address Daily
FOR SALE-1924 Ford Touring $125
416 So. Main Phone 6914
TROJANOWSKI BEAUTY SHOP
V pert hair bobbing, marcelling,
manicuring, face and scalp treat-
RAIN WATER SHAMPOO
'1110 S. University Ave. Dial 5535
THE MARCEL SHOPPE, your satis-
faction our paramount aim. Open
'evenings. 527 East Liberty. Phone
SCHAEBERLE & SON-110 S. Main
,St. The popular place for all kinds
of musical instruments. It pays to
O ANDERSON BEAUTY SHOP
S~ecializing in expert treatment of
rcalp and face, rest facial renew
he most worn faces. Hair tinting
hind dyeing given special attention.
Appointments evenings. 20 years I
experience. Dial 3059. 527 E. Lib-
LOST-Tuesday afternoon, a halft
circle pin of pearls. Generous re-
ward. Call 6895.
LOST-Overcoat taken by mistake or
stolen in front of room No. 122,
Chemistry Bldg. Reward for re-
turn to Harold M. Timerman, 220 S.
Ingalls, Phone 6978.
1 FOUND--Purse containing small sum
of money. Owner may have same
by identifying and paying for this
ad. Call 6967.
E313A FISCIIER GROSS
Teacher of Piano and Pipe Organ.
formerly on faculty at School of
Music and pupil of Leschitizky,
Vienna. Studio 610 E. Liberty St.
Apt. S. Phone 3566.
"Students taking R. 0. T. C. work
here are not obligated to enter the
service at any time later," declared
Lieut. Richard T. Schlosberg of the
military science department to the
freshman engineering class at its
weekly 11 o'clock assembly yesterday.
Lieutenant Schlosberg attempted to!
clear up the popular misconception
that students signing up for R. 0. T.
C. courses thereby made themselves
subject to future army call.
Prof. Alfred H. Lovell of the elec-
trical engineering department out-
lined in his talk to the freshmen the
main relations between R. 0. T. C.
practice and engineering theory. He
cited instances of how men with train-
ing in both made more rapid progress
than the job-holders who knew only
Following the speeches, subscrip-3
tions to the Michigan Technic were
placed on sale. The editor, Raymond
Mills, '26E, gave a short talk, telling
how the Michigan Technic rankedj
with other engineering publicationsI
in the country.I
Moscow, Oct. 2.-With the prospect
that Germany will negotiate a security
lact with the Allies and enter the
League of Nations, Soviet Russia's re-
lations with Poland, formerly markedI
by lack of cordiality, have lately as-
sumed a strikingly friendly character. f
Belfast, Oct. 2.- Right Hon. Sir1
Denis Stanislaus Henry, lord chief
justice of northern Ireland since 1921,1
died yesterday at 62.
London is preparing to oppose v igorously any attempt of Germany. to
regain Its former South African col onies, now British mandates, through
the League of Nations. Berlin is lin king recovery of the colonies with
her admission to the League. Map s bows the colonies, and Britain's own
possessions in Africa.
ENROLLMENT BIG; FIVE HIS TORY
TEACHERS ARE ADDED TO STAFF
With the addition of five new in-
structors and three new or renewed
courses, the history department faces
the prospect of a record enrollment
for the coming year. Newest members
of the staff include two graduates of
the University, a native of Greece, a
graduate of Yale, and one from Ox-
ford. Of the courses added to the
scedule, one has been resumed after
a lapse of four years; the other two
have never been offered here before.
Dr. Nicholas S. Kaltchas, who has
spent a number of years in Constanti-
nople, is giving a three hour course
intended to follow the development
of the nations of eastern Europe pre-
vious to the War.
The other entirely new course to be
offered is a history of western Eu-
rope from'1500 A. D. to 1713, the date
of the treaty of Utrecht and the end
of the age of Louis XIV of France.
The work is under Dr. Albert Hyma,
who came to the University as an in-
structor in European history last
year. Dr. Hyma points out that the
history of this period, dealing with
the religious strife in Europe, is fun-
damental in the history of the United
States, as it takes up the basic rea-
sons for emigration to the American
Prof. Preston -W. Slosson, lecturer
in English history, is conducting a
course in the evolution of Prussia
which was formerly given by Prof.
W. A. Frayer, but has not been of-
fered in the last four years. Profes-
sor Slosson intends to discuss the
origin of the kingdom of Prussia, and
follow it through, including a con-
sideration of the life of Prussia as a
part of the Empire.
The Michigan graduates added to
the staff are Hugh Jameson, '21, who
is conducting recitation sections in
American history, and Chester W.
Clark, '18, instructor in modern Eu-
Two new instructors have been as-
signed to recitation sections in Eng-
lish history, Leonard Manyon, of Yale,
and Mr. Moody of Oxford.
PSTLE PERMANENT Wave special
for October $15. Bentley Beauty
shop, 106 E. Liberty. Phone 6373.
URGE Study room in private home
or two men. Steam heat and line
,leeping porch on Catherine one
g~lock from State. Dial 9571.
FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS
W AH UNIVERSITY
DR RENT-One five and one six
room modern apartment between
campus and down town. Newly
lecorated and in excellent location.
dent very reasonable. Owned by
faculty member. Phone 8081.
LARGE Suite room for one or two
students at 721 Monroe St., Phone
BETSY ROSS SHOP ARBOR FOUNTAIN
NICKELS ARCAN 313 S. STATE ST.
VOL. E SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 19.GR No.,3
BETSY ROSS. GOING STRONG
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)R RENT-New suite, east south
wand west windows. Also double
room and garage. Steam heat. 422
ast Washington. Dial 8544.
R RENT-Two double rooms, $3.50
,er person. Parking Grounds. 227
S. Ingalls. Phone 8643.
3E Tail off of a brown fox scarf,
a week ago Sunday near Maj. or on
State St. 22148.
WEEK END SPECIAL
For your week end candy special
get a Friendship Package at the
Betsy Ross Shop. A regular 85c
candy for 49c Friday and Saturday
HOT FUDGE CAKES
CREAM PUFF SUNDAES
We are again serving Hot Fudge
Cakes at the Arbor Fountain and
Cream Puff Sundaes at the Betsy
Ross Shop. These are wonderfully
delicious and always prove a real
You will find a complete line of
both Johnston's and Bunte's fine
boxed candies at the Arbor Foun-
Betsy Ross Candies are better
this year than ever before. We get
these candies in small quantities
of 100 or 200 pounds, but as we
sell tons of these candies we have
a constant stream of these ship-
ments constantly coming in. If
you want delicious candy fresh
from the kitchen get Betsy Ross
Our Chocolate Sodas and Choco-
late Malted Milks are unbeatable.
I4pST-Around State St. Platinum
brooch, 11-2 in. long filigree work,
5diamond in center. Call 8321 or re-
4urn to 829 Tappan. Reward.
I.OST-Shell-rimmed glasses, cable
>ows on S. University. Finder
please call 9817.
ONLY ONENAVY TICKET I
Faculty'and students who have
.'not yet placed their orders for
tickets for the Navy game on Oct.
31, will be allowed only one
"ticket. This will be in exchange
for the coupon and no tickets
1 in addition will be sold.' Only
'enough tickets remain for the
Navy game to redeem the out-
standing coupons, Harry Til-
'ltt n Ahlpi ! Ascation
BECOMING THE FAVORITE
MEETING PLACE AND EATING
PLACE OF STUDENTS AND
A philosopher once said some-
thing to the effect that if a man
could give better service or make
a better article, though that art-
icle be only a mouse trap, even
though that man build his house in
the woods the world will make a
beaten path to his door.
The truth of this philosophy is
evidenced every day by' the crowds
who beat a path to our door. The
year 1925 promises to be one of
the best in our history. Our noon-
day luncheon is becoming, a larger
feature daily. From 2:00 to 5:00
o'clock four clerks are kept going
at top speed to serve the crowds
with sodas, sundaes, malted milks
or hot chocolate. We are greeted
with a packed house after every
show. We aim to carry enough
help to insure reasonably prompt
service during these daily rushes,
and are continually striving to
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You ill njoyOur ondefull
You NMIl Enjo y Our Wonderfully
Our rich, delightfully blended
chocolate syrup makes the finest
drinks o:tainable? Try them to-
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