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THE MTCHTGAN DATT_.Y

PAnr. AV""W

TH~ NTT~f-ICIAN DlIm. ovA 17'C! wMiit

LOST-=Gold fountain pen engraved
wilth E. Strauss. Keep sake. Reward.]
Phone 21156. 45
NOTICEf
NOTICE- Another jelly, fruit, and
pickle sale at Goodyear's entrance,I
Saturday, Feb~. 20. The Washington
Club. Ann Arbor High School. 3-4
SCEAU8ERLE & SON, 110 S. M1ain St:
The popular place ,for. all kinds of
mnusical instruments. It pays to!
trade here. th., f., sat., tf.!
NOTICE-If you have had typewriter
repair or selling experience, I have
a message worth MONEY to YOU.
Sales manager, 503 Dwight Bldg.,
Jackson, Mich. 3-4-5-6.
'WHEN ITS any thing in Music orj
Musical Instruments see Schaeberle
& Son, 110 S. Main St. tf.
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
Buy your fountain pen ink at Rider's
Pen Shop and you will get REAL ink,
fresh inlrk Ink that fixes itself in the
pape~r and won't fade or entirely dis-
appear after it has set when moisture
is applied. Ink substitutes are dang-
erous and spoil your pens.
RIDER'S PEN SHOAP
Pen and Ink Specialists 131 S. State
BIG~ DANCE SUNDAY EVENING
at Ostrander's Corners, five: miles
above Mila~n. Everybody welcoxme.
Music by Superior Five. 2-3-4.
TYPEWRITERS
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
bought, sold, rented,; exchanged,
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and best/ ser vice depart-.
ment in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Storet
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
tf.

itchell Spikes AM ,c.- ;horical Guns 1i90.i 12)hews IRAVn E
i- F I CLUMN by Out Somel el O esI'af^jci in Imesopotamia.(claoo~l IL JDL
Professor Breasted has 10lure& iii
CLOSE hecutr ndi teathrofmn number of universities lci iiiojxgi O AM U
oin ancient history and lat. His
text t)ooks are used in num .rotus co- 'lisndpi
F4)R RENT ~~leges and high schools. niAeiah
fir' a s, [ nen, which were or
FOR ENTDoule ron roo, a- ~....-NEW PORK-George Clowes Ever-! twltyof ithe Law sel
trcisyfrihei rvl ett, painter of marine scenes and fel- i'elyti(a.
hous1w.. Garage. Phone 21125. I lwsudn'itshrlsDnaGb are of the collectic
sou died Wednesday night in Long BroePrris
~ > Island college hospital. lHe was 61t group already hung
Years old. ITelrnsaei
FOR RENT-Ann E. <,30, one single ______________
roomingifode site lghtn 6. ,ouse- I DARLINGTON. - Labor won at cont- h'ction of Itheir king
kepn2f-eie. hn 3. siderable bye election vicittr'ir ]purchased from Ci.
iWednesday, capturing th~e seat for Wyckoff, N. .,Tie
FO ,RNTJefeso,.,r25 ( Parliament from the Con (rvat' .I por traits number me
blocks from campus and do0wntown')
Comfortable rooms, newly decoratedl
for business men or students. I -)ial "
4738. 2-3-4-5.I
FOR RT-Front single room, Pvito'h
blocks from campus. Has four win-t4 'i 1 q' 1.1
lows. Call Black at 6117 at meal
t~e.2-3-4. 1 3 1s'
FOR RENT-Campus (one block), ten
roomr house, newly decorated, mod-
ern. Phone 7022. 4-5-6-7-8-9. rs
FOR RENT-Suite, two offices, State
SStreet section. Dial 4931. th-sat-tf. ' -
FO AEWashington ofiiclliom rya so00n1to aeai -in n'1 ~ 1

RPORTRAITS
A'i;TESMEN} t
Ir ~l d by itho 1ac

include sulch men as Jus:tice 8r andeia
O1liver' Crom1well, (lMver Wendlil
1= LAme, Charkes EvnsHughes, uheAn-
i d. :11, Ia ~Roo.t Theodore o ose-
iF'lts te collection two porti, ;aits olI
A 'n a ham I Lineoln, on't11e" wIi loC
Iwa ciisiug hlawin I $08. oand tIhe other,

cnlool 'recenitlyr1'- (Wilt.
Ph~le prints,whchA,;sonon as the pictures can be
ion known it Alfr amned, they will b~e placedI in various
will complete the lircoms of the Law butildinag, where
in the Law build- f they will be permanently hung,
rhiajs thbe only se - EAST I.ANSING,--More than1 $1,000
nd, and havye been we ml h of (che mical supplies andlequip-
larles 3a rmnorV, of nem. were destroyed by fire in the
e recently seunret th( mlislry lbuilding at Michigan State
ore than 25, and College yesterday afternoon.
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FOR SAViE-Underwood standard type-
writer No. 5 and carrying case. Leav-
ing school. W. R. Isola, 1710 Ged-
des Aye, 3-4-51
FOR SALE-Pedigreed Boston Bull
puppie, 917 Sylvan Ave. 5223. 4-5.
FOR SALE-Airedale, thoroughbred, 2
years old, well, trained and house-
broken, ideal companion. Phone
71734. 4.
Well Dressed?
-_Ys with SEA ISLAND
S EA ISLAND MILLS ImportedI
Broadcloth Shirts always set
you at ease. Their soft, firm qual-
ity and lustrous finish is always
apparent--aways dignified.
Insist upon shirts of "'Sea Is-
land" at your college haberdasher.

fiery William Mitchell, former colonel
is making final at tacks on air polieit fiawihMs 1ichl oai
the jungle, having hunted in India of
' olonel cleaning his gns.
I Will Head Museu
After years sp~ent in ancient history
research work and collecting relies of
long buried civilizations, Prof. JIames
I H. Breasted, University of' Chicago
professor and noted historian, will
soon be the guardian of all the treas-
ures recovered from ILuxor and other
places in the land of the Pharaohs.
if present plans materialize.
He is to be chairman of the trustees
of a museum to be established at.
Cairo, Egypt, to house the treasures
recovered from Egypt ian antiquity.
John D)..Rockefeller, ,Jr., hras promised
to provide the $10,000,000 necessary to
begin the project.
Prof. Breasted was born in Rock-
ford, Ill., Aug. 27, 1865. He received
an A. B. degree from Northwestern
College in 1888 after studying at the
Chicago Theological Seminary for two
years, he obtained his master's degree
at Yale University in 1892, and an-
other two years later, was made a
doctor of philosophy at the ;University
of Berlin.
Returning from Germany lie was
made instructor of Egypto logy andU
'Semitic languages at the :University of
Chicago, becoming a full professor in
1905.
In 1900 he wvas sent: on a" mission
to the museums of Europe by the
Royal Academies of Germany to copy1
andl arrange the Egyptian inscripitionis

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in the air service, is concerned. lie
°: c' tine f it ec Stiates before sailing
; Fame hunt. They are at homne in
I their honeymoon. Photo shows te c
um Given TPo Egypt
r il those mu11seums for an Egyptian
Idiet ionary.
PThe University of Chicago appoint-
ed hime director of an E~gyptian ex-

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Lifetime

Arnold's State St. Jeweler
is now carrying a complete line of
fountain pens-all make, all prices.
Whatever type you may need, come in
and see us, we can satisfy you.
Arnolds State St. leweler
302 S. State St. tf.
TYPEWRITING & II IE,00RAPHI iG
Promptly and neatly done by, compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
teen years.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
tf.
PERPETUAL CALEDAR
A magnetic arrow finds the day of
the week for any date. Send' 25c
($1 for 5) for this device together with
the mathematical formula upon which
it is based and rule for calculating re-
sults mentally. A. C. Washburne,
Pittsfield, Mass. 2-3-4-5-6-7,
NEW VICTOR Record releases every
Friday. You'll always find the lat-
est and best on Victor Records.
Schaeberle & Son, 110 S. Main St.
tf.

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With the midni ,ht oil
It's quicker to bed, if the pen does its work
infallibly. The smart pen for the American
student is made of green, jade- reen radite, an
indestructible material of j ewel-like beauty and
has a nib that is guaranteed for a lifetime. But
better dealers will sell you the "Lifetime" prin-
cipally because it is always a dependable per-
former--and helps to save the midnight oil.
Price, $8.75 Student's special, $7.50 Others lower'
"Lifetime" Titan oversize pencil to match, $4.25
Shea ffer' Skrip-successor to ink--makes all pens write better'

SEA ISLAND MILLS, Inc.
New' York, N. Y.

"Look
for this
Label"

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James If. Breasted

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TRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.
Special prices on all appointments.
Trojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1110 S
University, side entrance. Phone
5535. tu, th, sat.-tf.
Palestine for the Jews. . WHIY?
This interesting public lecture will
be given under the auspices of the In-
ternational Bible Students in Y. M.
C. A. Auditorium, 110 N. 4th Ave.,
Sunday, February 21, at 7:,30'p. m.
Spats free. All are welcome.;
TAILO1RI+G
SUITS-For your new spring suit,
see Joseph W.. Kollauf, The Tailor,
115 1-2 So Union St. 4-5-6.
WANTED
WANTED-Will share downstairs apt.
with refined girl. Call 3671, after
5:30 p. M. 3-4-5.
WANTED-Student for part time
work. Good renumeration. Dial
3843, ask for Simon. 4.1
ALLExpnse Afoat and Ashore
TfR AVEL Student fash ion, with us,
Ithe only organ ization having the
entire Tourist III Cliass of two Ocean
Liners reserved exclusively. Find out
the reason. Our greatest Student Sail-
ings, with spccia* orchestras and enter-
tainments:
S. S. ANDANIA--------..----Ju~ne 30
M. S. GRIPSH7OLM............July 3
Over zoo colleges represented on our
192.5 tours. Write for illustrated book-
lets of the leading 192.6 Student Tours
to British Isles, Continent, Egypt,
Paesin.North Cane.

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
State and Wtiasbington $freets.
REV. ARTHUR w. STiALK ER, Pastor
DONALD TLMERMAN, MARGARET It. STAIR
Associate Directors of Student Activities

DISCIPLES Church of Chris
Cornmer 11111 amid Tappan
I(ENiNETII11. BOWVEN, Minister
821 Paickaird. Phmonme5146.
10:30-Morning worship: "How to
lBe NothJing," by pastor.
1:00-B3ibl e School. Students'
class taught by "Father"
M(en.
X5:30-Firesidle lunch.
6:380--Studlents Forum. "Gliand."'
7:380-Evening worship. "The
1Pltnil, Lime," by the pastor.

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Catholic Students'
Chapel
William and Thiompsoni
Sunday Masses
8:00 and 10:00 o'clock.

First Congregational Church
"'he Chuiirch of .a Thousand Congregational Students"
H1 RIIWRT AT.1CHINSON JUhIP, Minister
E. KNIOX M1ITCHIIEL, ,Jr., University Pastor
JIA NE'T!E ROTH, IDirector Religions £Education
10:45-Service of worship. Sermon by Mr. Jump: "Abrahm.11"
5:30-Student Supper aMid Social 1-our.
6:15-Fireside Chat. The new scheme of discussion in small3
Subject: "How ll1onest Shall We Bie Is the Honior
(Airistian I"
8:00-Motion picture service. A story of heroic, sacrificial
"A Maker of len."

10:30-Sunday morning worship. "'Tlje (risis," Iirst in a series
Lenten services. Dr. Stalker.

of

6:00-Wesleyan Guild. Millard Pryor, '24, of Detroit, speaker.
7:30--Wesleyan Guild lecture. "The Christimi ('ospf1 ;Is IA'
Dean Edmund D. Soper, Duke University.

Lenten devotions-
Wednesday evening, 7:30

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Friday evening, 7:30
Rev. Michael P. Bourke, Chalaij

groups.
5yste-+'
living.

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Street Between State and D~ivision
R' EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN, Minister of University Studenrts
10:30-Morning' worship and sermon. Mr~. Sayles speaks on "Th SevSftrel
of New Life."
12:00--Sunday school. Dr. Bunting, superintendent. Tw>~o :aldent
classes meet at Guild House. Dri. Waterman and Mr. Chap-
man, teachers.
5:00-High School B. Y. P. U. at church.
5:30-Young-People's Guild friendship hour at Guild I louse.
6:30-Devotional meeting. "~Th~e iew Arabia." W. W. Thorns, leader.

ST. PAULS' LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(NMissourI Synod)
Third anmdIWest Huron Streets
C. A. BRA CER, , Minister.
9:00 A. 11.--Sermon in German.
110:00 A. M.-Bible Classes.
11:00 A. M.-Sermon in English.
Subject: "Self-D~enial."
5:30-7:30 P. M.-Meeting of Stu-
dent Club at parsonage,
7:30 P. _1.-Lenten service. Ser-
mon111: "'The Awful Sin of
t11 pEWtris :"

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St., and Fifth Ave. i
E. C. STELLHORN, PaI'stor.'

9:00 A. M.-Bible Study f1ouj4
10:30 A. M.-Morning service -'With
sermon by pastor, onl: dial-
10 e e T y ? u e*5:30 P. M .- Student 'F 6ll 6w ship
and Supper.
6 :30; P. M.-Student Folrum7.
7:30 P. M.-Evening service Dur-
ing Lent. Topic: "Tme God-
Mlan in Letters"

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State Street at Huron
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
PHILIP E. LAROWE, Musical Director
10:45
Morning Sermon
"RELIGIO US EXPERIENCE-WJIAT IS IT 1"
5:45
Student Supper
6:30
Dr. Carl Guthe will discuss
"THE RELIGION OF PRIMITIVE 'MAN"

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Corner Division and Catherine Streets
HIE NRY LE WIS, Rector
HI. L. LONSDALE, Associate
SIRS. F. IV. PETERSON, Student Secretary

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I FIRST CHURCH OF 1
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
I 4 19 Souith Division St.
10:30 A. 14.-Regular morning ser-
vice, subject: "-1111d."~
11:45 A. AL-Sunday School fol-
lowing the morning service.

BETHLEHEM EVANGELI=
CAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. Between William and
Packard
G. A. Neumann. Pastor.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division
MERLE IH. ANDERSON, Minister
326 South Division St.
LEWIS C. RE MANN, Secretatry for Men.
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