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1924

2, I 92~3THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE PRESS BO0X
By Wilton Simpson "P of \r 1westeru ..........
This being an off season in the Anoniymious.
spor wold, he ime or he ater NIiaiiem?'.a a s been wondering for
spor word, he tme fr te afer-a (cw'e h ow iechigiln wins, and has
football "'blah" to fill the column of.owedlia t he Gophers will play the
all newspapers, we have decided to ," lverilies until they find out the
discard the old system and institute ,-~et if spears will give out a littlej
a new department in which we uhope of the dynamite he feeds. that "Wild
that all students will be co mie intere st- bull (J1 ike (ca mlpus " loesting, o n f ne n a e a c i e p r . I h i e a v r o~ c l ts i i t l .( of
main, our hope is to conduct a eon- gieawyorfce lvcoy c
tributor's column, miscellaneous in cording to the informnation we have,I
.,.. ,.,-A + +,,lt< 1751 ,,. Yost is said 10h'Mre fed the men

COLUMN s
CLOSES
AT 3 PASM. ADVERIING

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The White Helmet
Formerly the '"Palace of Sweets"'

FOR RENT FOP. SALE
FOR RENT-Large pleasant roomn. cO~j19L1-l f; Lu'I wi ' I T -iP (11un 01
Reasonable. Dial 7111. 56-57-55-59 fit, prari i('afly0 fl OW ,'i'OV C.all
7210 after 7:00 ~. ).(Y-:7-<
FOR RENT-4 room unf'urnishled
apartment. Newly decorated. Pri- THREm~E Piece Trpfl(() in l pcifeet -fl
vate bath. Steam heat and light di ,ioii, 1pr'od rra ..uable. Sit.)3
fuzrnished. $57.50. 403 N. State. 1'x011 6 P), . I

Fountain

Service

nature, in whlichltihestudents willry
able to voice their opinions on co'_-
legiate athletics.
Contributions of :-1l ksnds wil
be padly a:ccep~ted, wcc her they
attack or supp)1ort, any of oar ira..
luts at tunes degeneraatedt into a
se,,01141rate humor ('O4umh, vwe
ax'i not adlverse to) a t'cc )tiIg"Ws
e 'achs ifro m a o m ."
At present the sport world is bunsy-
ing itself picking all-American tecams
which probably would be defeated by
Harvard or"Indiana. Have you one to
offer? Some one has suggested that
President Little's plan of home and
home gamnes be op)eneld to discussion.
Is the method of awarding letters to
the Varsity athletes a just one? In
voicing your opinion we ate forced 10
request all contributions be limiited
to 160 words.
Our first (contributor has dusted
themeiotl off an old al-Ainerl
can teamadrsni.11( )N51ts it for ap-
proval.
(ol or,, of Brown ............L. V.
IMiner, of Colorad~o...........:1'.
Ale, of lKenucky ...........IL .
1 aste, of Colgate ............. t.
Battle, of Getty sburgh ......1It. G.
Ink, of Penn ..............I. T.
Bluff, of Mlissouri.......... R. F.
Bandit, of Cicago ......Q.
0il, of Oklahoma ..........L. fl.
Coal, of Lellig'li ......... . 11I.

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-J. Wise.
Thle sclif diolang of lafayctte by I
1XW(-4..V'"r..nilf4'r a gaille oil the
gx'~hru next, season recalls the
1(I'A-4 'it f ell ost wits phlyillg his
I th( ye' r on11'Vest xVrgiunia's
i f o.-ia~l fa a. West Virginia
S ii ii d I Iry ct1have ]not imet"ince
t110 fallI of 89, whlen Lafayette
ciaiine t,) ..t Virginia and pilayed
hinte e "arlisiorlilijlg" gables ill as
liany dlays ill as manny West: Vir-
4" ia(-A las. Lafayette wVon all
thr eo anes. Conspicuous initthe
West Vli- - uiai liuell)wats "lurry
Up"' Yo A, no'w ichiran's great
football ccr ii ohi.So wel;idYs
f enrolleCd flff il allolilwedI hintto
play against P'enn the next Satur-
day, after wihei Yost returned to
lWest. Virginia io secure his degree j
in law file next 'pine.
When better teams are built, Yost
wil-build their.
-J. E.B.
CH-ICAGO.-Fritz Crisler, athletic
star of the University of Chicago of
i five years ago, has been appointed
head baseball coach of his alma mater.
Crisler succeeds Nels Norgren, who
will give his entire time to the basket-
ball squad.
Subscribe for the Mlichigan Daily.

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Candies
Watch for the formal opening
of our new lunch gervice.
We deliver from 7 to 10 P. M.

1 53-54-55-56-5 53

APARTMENT
couple to live
for furnace.
Michigan Dai

FOR PRE<NT-Marrie>d
in apartment and cave'
Address Box- 1361
ily. 53-54-55-56-57-; 3

TYPE"WRITERS
YOU CAN RE~NT typewriters at a
very reasonable rate from Rider's
Pen Shbop and it will be a fgood
working machine. sun-tucs-thnlrs- [
LOST

1204 South University Ave.

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Phone 8191

,Ft'OR SA'LE-i_Rdoli 111-A e('l.~h
i 'th *' ! _ .11 }it, h"ph(2 e z a (1 ai3-
1 'P VOM cB.'p. all any nighil
? 44S. aVS.s-6:l
Shlop. E;veiY'','.r::1P ~ I a;
i'rO -1S~b I92 3 Buick 4touring. 11ireS
In(i1ir(,.'es2 <Ta paii.Dial 8243.
'FOR ;SlALĀ°I -A1. BOWiTenor IBalnjo W.oi
case"', -will sacrifie lhalf onl a quj"!!Y
Sale. Plial 789. i-5S
FlONTAIN ?N INNx
SYou -v ill getlt t' In' ink for Yonr j. in
latin pen at Rdler's Pen Sliop. Over
40I yea r ink experience is woV'is
mnoney to you. We sell gover inmn
S record i'lk only. Si1n-tiles-thilts-tt
3 A', rI'E1

$25 REWARD-

arn rer r~ ~ n S c h u ma c k e r ' S
The Gift Shop of Main Street
308-10-12 South Main St. Phones 8413-4992
Gift Ideas for Everybody

IFOR RETURN OR INFORMA-
ITION AS TO WHERE-
ABOUTS OF FEMALE BLACK-
ISH BRINDLE SCOTTISH
TPERRIER, NAMED "CLIPPY."
INO COLLAR. RATHE+R SHY
IAND) UNDEMONSTRATIVE.

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Hows This for

a Lunch?

HUNGRY AND BROKE SPECIAL
Good old-fashioned vegetable soup-and plenty
of it. Thick with chopped good things, a meal
in itself.............. ...............15c
A SECOND HELPING FREE
IF YOU WISH.
COOPER'S KITCHENETTE
C'nVon U'p. It's a Good Place to Eat.
v32 South State St. Over Derrill Pratt's

For Men
Pocket Knives
Razors
Flashlights
Smoking Stands
Poker Sets
Ash Trays
Ice Skates
Tools
For Women
Scissors
Carving Sets
T'rays
Electric Toasters
Electric Irons
Gifts, Toys

Electric Urns
Electric Perco-
lators
Electric Lamips
Electric Curlers
For Children
Itoller Skates
tce Skates
Sleds
Skis
Scooters
Footballs
Velocipedes
Automobiles
Games
and Novelties

C. C. LITTLE
815 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVE !Y OUNG LA DY, experienced, desires
secretarial or s eliogrtphic positioni,
IIPHONE 22140 I} references. B-ox 139. 56-57-58 i
{WANTED TO RENT-Small apart-
nrient or room in private home with
LOSTNov 29 smll backFarers use of living room for one month.
LOS-Nv. 9,smll lak Frmrs Box 1'11 Michigan Daily. Lf
and Mechanic bank book, enclosing
sum of money. Call 9546. 56 !WANTED STUDENTS to know that
LOST- Small brown pocketbook con- Sa' pays fromn$ to $25 for old
tainng blls nea F. M.bank or suits and overcoats.
tain bll, ea F &M.bakor 121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
University Hall. Reward; 12058!tf'
Hill. Phone 5534. 56-57
LOST-Small black Shaffer's Life- I NTI1C '
Time Pencil. Phone 5661. Ask for I .-
Gray. 56 NOTICE-Startlinig offer Tluxedos
ressed---F'iftty('ts# . We call and
LOST-Chi Psi Fraternity pin,P Friday ; deliver anly time. T. B. ILyonis 1
night. Reward. Call 6317. F. Williams, Dil~A6
55-56-571 Cues-thurs-sun-tf
LOST-Law Beta Pi -Key. Call " YPEliI{ I IIBBONtVS &CARBIO-N
"Wyllie 22110. 55-56

. C f.ICza-..t onm in and hear Blues, y
as~: tga ysweetie Vto to Mi' uand
S'_fa, 305 ilaynrd. 5;-58
IAN. i "CEv&- i .y' atii dacy nigt, Dix--
1 'a Miile out Bradway cu
ac ,z Iiynnoai Iiute! droad. fri-sm-t I
P' LATm f~l Be;;s xv en you lhone
8h.C. IT. (II ibool Chropractor, ,e5
ie rtli Areadc. tules-thurs-na:-t f
NOTICE-SeO Pro~wn') lines of Christ-
meall ctrds. :".10 :5. laia St.
!-!'I S AN!) OVICOArs - -Very ras-_
saubi Iie pi ices, t a i red or ready -
mnade. We have a wond erfulI vai-
el v of patternas. I 1cIairing al1so Ia
sp''i~iI . Ia utiul fabrics fu-you r
xvnw valerIcoat.
1Vli LD ' 11P TAY1,0OR
1 09!;, .Wah I gi en
Phone 506.9
44e o d f
FORD SALES AND STETZVICI"
1925 FORD ROADSTER, 5-good
cord tires. Motor A-. Top
good.
S 1925 FORD COUPE,, 4 new tires, 1
I lhzuuplers front andl rear, up-
holsterng and top like
niew. Motor A-.I
10t25 1"OIH) TWO DIOOR, 5 good
balloon Ifires. 11)10ioster ig
good. Motor perfect.
NOICE-Martin Guitars, reduced
p1~!ces, easy termsi '. niversity
Music IHouse. - 5--56-58
INOC E
,Ann Arbor MVimeogra Bing shop-_-2i
Detroit St. Let us (10 your imeo-
Sgraphing and typewriting. First-
class work. Quick service. Lowest
prices. Dial 8683.
52-53-4-EOD TTS
N T C - it r an Yel w alBlue Victor Records by U. of M.
Band. An ideal. Christmas gift. Uni-
versity Music I-louse. 54-56-58
NOTICE-Vega Tenor Banjo, as good
as new. Special price of $35.00.
Easy terms. University Music
House. 54-56-58
I NOTICE -New dance music with
giant organ and orchestra. First
time accomplished. Victor record.
Schaelberle & Son Music House, 110
S. Main. tf.
NOTICE-Have us come and demon-
strate the new Remington Portable
typewriter. Keyboards for any
ydepartmen t, engineering, chemical,
medical, etc. P-hone 3489.
tuoes-thurs-sat-tr
To see b~est of 50 lines clIothing drop
card to 1103 I6. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
N( TICT -hats cleaned and blocked.
A-l binds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
repairued. Satisfactinguaranteed.
ANN ARb.BOR SOP01, 5E. Liberty.
NOTICE-First class repair work on
Sall musical instruments. Schaeberle
& Son Music House, 110 S. Main. tf
LADIES, THEY 'ARE HERE! Real
silk Merino Under-hose, light, cose-
fitting, durable, inconspicuous!
Available to wearers of RealsSilk
Hosiery; direct from the Indian..
apolis factory, , moderately priceaa.
Call or phone Real Silks Hosiery
Mills, 209 S. State St. Dial 9592.
tf

LOST-A pair of Tbrown fur-lined j
gauntlets and a Kappa Kappa Gain-
ma kcy. Phone 7472.
54-J5-56

Let uts supply you with ribbons and
carbons which will outlast tne or
dlinars kind. We get the nest ob-
tainable. Rider's Pen Shop.
snn-to es-thurs-ii

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AMarquardt Tailored
Over coat
Distinctively pleasing in Style, Color, and Fabric.
Arthur F. Marquardt
Tailor'
648 East Liberty St.

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-Do your Christmas Shopping Early
A Suit or OvercoatY
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Glve
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Interoven osier
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'W~~eaadh as&C02

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CHRIST AS
Now wvhile our assortment
is comrplete.

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SWIF'S RUGSTOR
340 South State St.

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FOUNTdAIN PEN IIEPAIIINU'
Tell the. folks at home what an uu-
usual place you have in Ann Arbor
to have pens repaired. We will give
them the same service through you
or by mail. Thank you. Rider's
Pen Shop. sun-toes-thurs-tr

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Renew~

Old

Where men are pleased not only with they
materiails and styles, but also with the prices.
Featuring
Imported Oxford G"rays
-At-
$55 to $75
Others at $35 to $50-
= in Overcoats or Suits
A C'. RAi

Friendships
Christmas is the ideal time
and. Personal Greeting
Cards is the ideal way.
This year we offer you the
finest the country has,
ever produced; new color
schemes; new verses; new
materials.
Engraved or by our spe-
cial raised type process.
Prices are low, quality the
highest.
Orders will be received up

Your Hart Schaffher..& Jarx Suit
Says for You
"Prosperity, Dignity, Good Taste, and Style"

to December 12.

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