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TO HELP TANTA
TCo T isi iY 'r hu 61, il
{ i f RET 'URNS

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club owners except the Chicago WThiteI year" term, but no mentioW~ was made!
Str restoredl Johnson to fuill sway. ior an increase of salary.
Since the time 01 the Landis eni- -

dorscruenit, when Frank Navin of De-
roit replaced Johnson on the advisory'
boardI, the comimissioner took no)
i)Qticc of the two major league repro-'
entativos who wer'e supposed to couin-'
cii him onl league matters.
In adiopting the Joan.1on rePo'l0uta,
the claP') owners repeated t heire-
drsement of Landis for antother s ee

Frank Cavanaugh, former coach at
Boston college has accepted the posi-
tion as head coach at Fordham col-
lege, signing a three year contract.
Oarsmen at Annapolis Naval acad-
emy~ are having a shell of (luraltimi-
urn buil at the Philadelpia navy
yards.

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Jloo [-I)Y today loomed an, essential
figure in one of baseball's biggest
lroslhective deals as National League

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mau;nates emba-rked for Chicago to at- ,

helpr atl her tha ,,NucinderCoach Stephe;.n tend the ,joint meeting of the major
T z rfU it israk qudth ~is leagues tomorrow.
P1 0li U1'1tI(t i0 ;ho il. 3 goodinless Hornsby -receives his con-
A rew er soJ rcM ;>l tract demands on President Sara
letter men who ar"e still tll l . 13'oadon t3 star second baseman and
s it y hion li nlgb b eta manager of the World Champib'ns will
car ' e tl"r;" ,";cf O;:,,,.be placed onl the market netxt month,
anal t11 ; accordling to information which reachl-
i> tl~n in of 11,V:,r- ed the magnates. At least two clulbs,
st it liil' rol ay ieai se;neglgood stitll
r5 thet Giants and Cubs, gave indications
(:0t 1001)1 , I robably inore than thle; . cof opening negotiation- for his serv-
Dick rv rcap)t'ii21i' lu ;star lall' .? ices.
_ , hand i'. t' F readoen or other club own-
3 ,.o' en,1'' erS would discuss in detail what was
,leeyear loiter a Z11 and : charfacterizred as "the most serious
qlua i'l 14crtile, Till IiCeri11tC:11, on t12+ split in baseball." *ignificance never-
le 'r la team., and Uazen Beal:0 theless was attachecd to the fact thtl<l
allothei (hi cc 3year man and hali ile; . Manager John fVTfGraw of the Giants
willl probably mk pte"nlgbe penc'iled a twentieth century limiited
ta.Fisne n Beal are b)oth! x ntion to occupy the -same It-ll-
ifl the LaOW school, while Preyberg 1, um with Brieadon on a Pennsylvania
studlyinig nmedicine. Ira in. t
The Varsity candiidates who wl _______________
roal - J it a-probably run againstthsea in
elude muleller, Oh heiSE, Mlullnger, s.IiF AMERIC N L A U
Valentine, Kelly, andal esclhinsl~y. iThe I {:ESTORES FORMER
first three are almost certain tolIC' IRiiTOItE
regulars on the mile relay team vitl . IR W O L ADER
the othaer post being a toss uip.
-Leschinsky it, a star sprint man, ii3!s 1 (By Associated Press)
specialty being the 220 yard dlash, but CHICAGO, Dec. 15. -The American
' he may be converted to the longer Leag'ue today restored President Ban
distance. Kelly is a new man, winningJomrtoheflpwranato-
his numerals last spring. jity which the club owners took from
Coach Farrell plans to hold regular "N> al&'bss Price
race beweenthetwo eam evey r Clrene fCommissioner K. M. Landis.
Satudaymoringaftr te Crismas University of California. foothitll Seven of the eight club owners
recess and in this way a more season- (Coach, whose (isastrous season thisI elected Johnson to the Major League,
ed mile relay team may be developed, past. year has ledi followers of the advisory board, which both the big
for the indoor meets. gridiron game to believe that he willl leagues are prepared to insist upon
Between 50 and 60 candidates for be relIieved of his job tis coming reviving. Two years ago, the American
LIhk, LI rk tonm aro wnrlrin'U it di Uly -;II' WiLOV.

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The 'White Helmet

F'or c-d~y the "Palate of Sweits"
Do, you like home-made bread; pies. and cakes?
" if so, try our £meals and lunches!
Fountain Service
We deliver from 7 P. M. to 11 P. M.

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v ,n are a , l,,~ ne suliscril'er call Jimmie
l f .-"'rTaker. I )iai ° 2z , and your want ad
a o1 iS Belare'L
n '.n I~-~' vrea r,;s ie right to
rli:s.sifv aS wjt>i ad- anirr arnrpriaite head-
an<-,; a;ld torevise :-r ilioul ebjectionable
crn '.
CAS 11 RATES
i <n ("tits tpci rea'int line (on the basis of
foct a, ae words to the line) for one or two
I\ (cast'nls per relading line for three or more
~'c l~rcrcive1d at tie Daily office
~nThe l1'r ~ Pit'I- rn ) fMa xna'vd Street.
C P-.,A CT RATES
t~e ia srtnar~ird rtesgien on applicat-
LOST
£ \---:2iO 113 V pin. Ii. T.
't- 11 non 1)a1:. I'eaereturn
0 PY 2iio.1[P~Al 9517. Re-
W:. r67-68-69
r 'tterman fI1 ot1m n1on ~in a Ilni-
r '.' if ~ helt e11 r ,IVi,,e Case. ,Onl
Si ato e"eeen Union anti I inron.
FIo oll(e C80" "67-68
i.() si' -' ps'oLa ir glas tisn011 with
dark vils;ali ed onie withiilight, dark
(cases. Pbloni 222 141. 67
iLht., Bear AMajesti, theater. Dial
80)71. 67-6 s

1 o "I('ICI. - ,, W 01o% Orthoplt(,..t.
I:ECort ; InCh> fristi11uas. We p[,1ck
for sipment. Sthaeberlo & Son
M\u sic i rouse. 110 >o. Main. c tt.
get youjr pick nnv i' '
House. 6-S
TlYl:I'+ tVi l't'LNC f3, c) ;, ly an eatt11 y
(lone by ox periet '(l zoE. r OEM 0A
[moderate rates. 0. D.)* .11orrill, '17
'Nickels .Arcade.
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NOTICE--Candy. Everybody will
appreciate as z gif% .'e lhave larg
selection to pleasetoyhty e
fore you buy see o rli", , and our,
prices. Boxes of eaid romn 40c;
to r,00. (Cedar chic from '50c to
$15.00. Silk lineds basket fronm $1.o0
to $(;-00.(Chineso buiwl, very fancy,
from $4.00 *to .i.00. Candy toy
cane ribbon at, best p~rice. We mail.
Tyour fountain service andt our
luncehes. Th'le f(rekst Chioc. Shop
302 S. ?Main St. 63-'J4-$65-66-67-6i8-(i9

1204 South University Ave.

Phone 8191

LOST--Frora Psi 'Upsilon 11ouse0ve'ry%
dhark blIue overcoat. ['nll plain back,
wide ctollara, double breast ed, Label,
!Si ntlee ant Sc-holt z, 1Detroit. La ug-
('OOM"l. C('all 56"17, ask f1016bOIilsiSri
66i-67-6S
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Our rapid turnover insures a fresh
s>tock an you secure the best
quality at a moderate price.
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in the field house and Coach Farrell(Pm' ee's teemns have won only six out Leaguel magnaf tesowithtedepio 17 Nikels Arcad. Phone 6615
is making every effort to uncover good of 19 games in the past two years, and Ao PilralofenSt.ioui, ofted com-1 II~Dae:L.C mth&Crn
weight men before the strenuous drills Ttrngeecomenatiosofthecom
California alumni are in favor of a mssioner and an eully strong c6Typewriters,6Inc.
aferChisma. ilige Criticism of Johnson. Today all the E :4t5666-8ft
° - =FOUND) in Nickrels Arcade, one lade's
Betsy R ss ShopStudio, 575. 6
-~~ Wishing You a Very _________
dwishes to thank you one and all for 'The biggest cFor IRNT
business in their history, and wishes yo Merryv Christmas FOR RENT--Desirale single or doun-
= ble room for graduate women. 2
- - blocks from campus. Phone 06.
" A MERRY CHRISTMAS anua 67-6
andY- FOR RENT- Furnished, heated apart-
- A A P E RI n v N wmot from Jan. to Jutne. Five ros
A A P N W Y A Lower Duplex. 905 Forest. Phone
w 'I 6137. 66-67-68 i
- .@l11I1111@1II11il IIIl111111111111111111111111111111W YOU CAN RUN typewriters at a
I- very reasonable rate from Rider's
= Pen' Shop and it will be a good
!= .. C. BAR 'rH, Custom Tailor T orig mcie
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-619 East William St. c FOR SALE
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The Personal Writing Machine'- FOR SALE-5 Lerman Poie Pps, ,t
~ = r males, 2 femnales, 26 weeks old. Fin-
For' twenty years the name '"Corona'' has been a -- .J Rbrs nSar eere i eght.eure
synonym for "portable typewriter." Hundreds of thousands = Robcrt.&66on67-re
I-of the older folding Coronas, with their three-row keyboards ' O \" sz3:7 Tuxedo, three
ar tl'digvlatsrie e, in completeness of equip- muM U nnn .. / pieces. $25.00. Cal tlhuall 241
me t and delightful smoothness of operation, our latest four- = 1 Rofln YIWW1Sl ro-fttW teic. ULJ-_' rEX INKI
row model -is _ rc"elation-even to those who thought Corona - F'NAI'IENI-
The1heutmaei ypewiercnvnene You will get beter ink for your foun- I
If you are not enjoying the satisfaction of owning a ta.01a ie'sPnSo.Oe
PosnlWi~n o 40 years ink experience is worth
Macine prbaby cn'tappecite . ~mney to you. We sell government
jlust how much of a help one could be to you. But just try rY G t I record ink only. sn-tes-thrs-tf
to = Corona for a few days and see how your whole attitude E/~WNE
W toxward letter writing changes. You will be~ surprised to AN________________
_______-___________d'scover yourself welcoming every excuse for doing a little WNE-- tdngr rfrd
_ coronatyping.- to do housework in exchange for
D1SCnt o. thee -room and board. Call 609 Second
L)sqkto he ~street. 67-68-69
WANTED7)--ork during Christmas
17f Mckels Arcadevy vacation lby two students. Ask for
Pakd ngitboe ad w Bob. Phoane 4994. 67-68-69
Pakdi itbxsadThe Typewriter and Stationery Store. -,
shipped to any part of' the WANTED -Rea good Prunet7310andr
jjUnited States free of charge. y ' 1, ask o angr

AVE carry a full line of Johnston
Caddies. City Pharmacy.
6-69
NOTICE --New Orthophone Portable
Victrolas, $35.00. Schaeberle & Sn
Music Ilouse, 110 So. Main c tf.
NOTICE-Student Tailor Shop, 721 N.
University, across from hill Adi-
tonium. lie-openied under new
ina nagement.' Clein ng, pressing
andl altering. Ladies' work especi-
ally. Phone 8040 c-tf
NOTICE---Victors :1nd Yelow and Ble
Victor records. Take one home for
your phonograph. Univesity Music
House. 67-08
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
To see best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
TYPEWRITERS, all makes, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed.' Largest and best stock to be
Sobtained anywhere./
0. D. MORRILL, 17 Nickels Arcade.
Authorized dealer: Phone 6615.
L. C. Smith & Corona Typewriters, Inc.
c64-65-66-67-68-69
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
Tell the folks at home what an un-
usual place you have in Ann Arbor,~
to have pens repaired. We will give
them the same service through yout
or tby mail., Thank you. Rider's
Pen Shop. sun-tues-thurs-tr
N~OTICE
Ann Arbor Mimeographing shop-J14,
Detroit St. Let us do your mimeo-
graphing and typewriting. First-
class work. Quick service. Lowest
prices. Dial 8683.
c-toes-thur-Sat
NOTICE-Send mother your photo im
swinging frame for a Christmas Gift.
All prices, $1.50 anas up. J. 13,
jSaun'ders, 306 S. State.
c-tu e s-th ru r ss un tf
NOTICE-Startling offer Tuxedos
Pressed-Fifty Cenits. We call and
deliver any time. T. B. Lyons 515
E. Williams, Dial 5516.
tues-thurs-sun-tf
WANTgD-Students who like good
hot BARBECUEFS to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. Al.
BARBECUE INN, Dial 4481.
/ e-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
NOTICE-Have us come and demon-
strate the new Remington Portable
typewriter., Keybords for any
fdepartment, engineering, chemical,
medical, etc. Phone 3489.
tues-thurs-sat-t
NOTICE-Hats cleaned and blocked.
All kinds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ANN ARBOR SHOP, 625 E. Liberty.
e-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
HEALTH Begins when you phone
8428. C. M. Gibson Chropractor, 35
Wuerth Arcade. tues-thurs-sat-tf
COLUtMBIA fine art series of Musical
IMasterworks, announcing
Schubert's Unfinished Symphony,.
Beethoven: Symphony No. 9,
(Choral)
Brahms: Sonata in F
Minor for Piano
c and others.
Allmendinger Music Store, 305
Maynard. c-666

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Wishing You' a Very Merry
Christmias a nd a Happy
New Year
We wish to thank the students for
their business during the past year
and to say that we are looking for-
ward to serving them age ,n during
the New Year.

WHEN A BATTLE WAS FOUGHT
"BECAUS E NEWSI' LAGGED
.ANDREW JACKSON'S glorious vic-
tory at New Orleans was won after
peace was actually declared!
NEWS of the agreement by repre-
sentatives in Europe was forced to
await the pleasure of the ckle winds
which carried ships to and fro in
those days. The Associated Press
® i today distributes news dispatches
* 1' from ,Manila to Porto Rico, from
Patagonia to Alaska, instantly.

Jackets.:6676
j W ANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sam pays from $5 to $25 for old-
Isuits and o-vercoats.
I 121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
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T1YPE WRITER RIBBONS & CARBON
Let us supply you with ribbons and.
earb~ons which will outlast the or
dinary kind. We. get the best ob.
Itainable. Rider's Pen Shop.I
sun-tues-thurs-tt
NOTICE
SPECIAL Rental rates on pianos and
Ivictrolas. University Music Hlouse.
! 67-68
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'240 per cent' 1iscoiat on all
M~hamnaomdsand -Matces

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