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e ,~ nle~a o]v a'niit~oi, and d l St bSr ,, V-ta
' ALA Y L IC EAS John I{..1arrell, sereary of thTe tell 1
_ _.__... _ .___- ..._ V at errman gymnairum will remain W 'dnesday aitilb oke hs let a uke CLOSES T "
1. «; , yopenl every day during Christmna va- Ie isecenfined to the I nrix critsy hos AT3x.M. DVE PI st , ~3
t'':J k { 1) D3)t "G.--i~eT~a rt, -' ' w ' t ( to rfor the benefth of those students pit i atinresent but ii:is expected '

sc',4bal 5 a Second term
(1 :s. V1',y: l' S Uian increase oC
i~ ~T~hin r;annalsalary, which
z ht join.e,:on of the major
leaue l owners then reconstituted
iw adiv sory council, under the chair-
nns}ip of Landis. Those chosen as
its, in;enbers were President John
fHeydtler of thee National league, Presi-

- - whlo are not. leaving town and des-ire-
Y 'u~: 4vcar se~i s in- I toiok out in the gymnasium.
Ia:r, 1 idepndet he gymnasiumn will be opened at
-~ * , ~ 7o'clock in the morniing. The main
'.;:; uJ n- the full k u of scho~ol ite afternoon, the shower room by
in January. ;4:45, and all flonrs will be locked b1w

that his ankle will be welluthe timee~I
school reopens# so that lie can get ----______________
b~ack to his work with candidates for if you are a telephone subscriber call Jjmnimtl
the Varsity boxing team. the Ad-Taker, Dial z t214 , and your w ad
Coach Sullivain has had a good sized; The Michigan Dailyee reserve,-,the right to
group of boxers out so far this sea-' classify all waints ads under aeruriate head-
;inns and to revise or withhcl :'ciia
so~n and looks for a considerable in- copy.

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S't':2 .k 0 #~Jrntln.S l' )u
(lily5t
'Pu i' wstof ,l) lilac's clothing- dropi
't ud t 1 io T?. Wain igtoni. Phone
f ;fG 1' t11n ug. $22 to $30. tr~
PAN'ING lve.ySat yidlay nig;ht, Dix-
bar:. mies Dout. Broadway on
n1c'Plymnouthiipavedl road. fri-sat-tf
1 i-LIZTEIIS, all makes, 'sold,
initel exchangedl, cleaned, repair-
eiLargest aid best stock to be
ol)"ailied anywhere.
0. }1). MOR}IZtILL, 17 Nickels Arcade.
Authorized dealer: Phone 6615.
'L. C. Smith &' Corona Typewriters, Inc.
wn c64-65-66-67-65-69

1 t at .tlit y ;game ;will be Started
«o J j:a. 1{). (larss and iiindepc i lent
c nTpeltitio l wll begin on Tuesday,
Jalii,1.

CORNWELL COAL - COKE
Scranton, Pocahontas
Kentucky and West_ Virginia Coal
Solvay and GAs Coke
This business has been growing ever
since it was established. The secret-
"giving absolute satisfaction to our
customers."~ We believe it pays to do
busin~ess in a friendly way. If you
think so too, let's get totgether.
CORWEL.CAL- CK
OFFICE, CORNWELL BLOCK!
Phones, Office : 4x51-4552 Yard Office : 5152

15 o'clock. -- - - crease i1 the ranks after the holidays CS AE
In the past. the gymnasium has been when men will be chosen to repre- 1ren cnspe eding ln o b osso
fve average words to the line) for onie or two
frequented by hundreds of students sent the Uni'versity at the state A. A. inserti-'ns.
Nine cents per reading line for three or more
during the winter vafiarton. U. meet. insertions.
i ----Casr classifieds received at the Daily office
in The Press Building on Maynard Street.
'. o..f. o..':P~I",'..9.~. ".,o/lJ.!s"1 .IIo././Jl././ "CONTRACT./J aCONR ATESTE
Spcal standardized rates given on applIca-
{ sLOST
ur:::>::;:;> ;: r .:.."> . LOST-A P X fraterntity pin. R1. T.-
Petersonf on back. Please return
to 608 E. Madison. IDial 9517. He-
~ward.____67-68-09
Our rapid turnover insures a fresh----------
s... .::.;.: .zstock and you secure the beJ;
quality at a mnoderate price.
0. D. MORRILL,
17Nickels ArCade. Phone C615
f ' > De1lr: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc.
4, P te c6=1-65-66-67-68-6t)
::'z<' _FOR RENT-Unexpectedly vacated;''
.five -room fnrnisiicti a. partment, be-_
s tween H-ill and Campus. Glarago.
::,:, Call 5290. 6
FOR SALE
No more needs be said of Rusco Brake Lining. Ask the man1{
who has them on his car. Our Laundry Service ranks us with the Q FOR SALE - Second-hantd Martin!
best. Call us for appointments.Gutr atAlednr' Msi
Jim's Brake Service and Auto Laundry ti ___tore.___ __6
~417 EAST HURON ST. DIALJ 9262 ATI
WANTED-A student, a girl prefered,
to do housework in exchange for
f room and board. Call 609 Second
"'_street. 67-68-69j

WANTED STUDENTIS tO) know thlat
Sam npaJys 4from ii to $2',) for oldl
iis ndO'icvrOats.
121 E'. ANN DIAL 4306
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should be selected o w
given 1Promipt tt'li,.

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onable prices, tailored or ready-
made. We have a ,wonderful vari-
ety of patterns. Repairing also a
specialty. Beautiful fabrics for'your
winter overcoat.
WILD THE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
Phone 5069
c Wed.-Fral.-Sat.

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NtiTl(E- Now Victor Orthophone,
Ib'5Ord - for C lirlstmoa s. We pack
for sllipi tit. Schlaebc rlc & Son
Dillis IeIonic. i.10 So. Main.. c tf.

NO'I't1a--ti hr lea I hlrg e selection
of Clurirs I 1.''o- ,coiae downi and
get Your p-hea"rly. Hoay C. Egerg;,
Corner Wah igtu a nid lDivision.
c-66-67-68-09
'. TEWRITING pronmptly and neatly!
done by exp~erienced operators a~t
moderate rates. 0. . 1orrill, 17
Nickels ,Arcade.
c61-6 5-66-67--64-69
NOTlICE--Candy. Everybody will
appreciate as a gift, We have large
selection to p~lease every body. Be-
fore you buy see our line and ourI
prices. Boxes of candy fronm 40c
to 5.00. Cedar chest, from 50c to
$15.00. Silk linedA basket from $;1.00'
to $6.00. Chineo bowl, very fiuncy,
fromn $4.00 to 116,00. Candy tiny
c-anie ribbhon at.lbes t price. We Mail.
TPry our tonain service and ourj
lunches. 'The Cr'est Chiou. ShopI
3i02 S. Main St. 63-64-65-(jG-67-6,S-69
WE carry a full line of Johnston
Candies, City Pharmacy.

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"4 EU"ROPE
1 4 splendid student tours un-
der the expert management of
w;~ to 64 days of unequalled inter- .
.~est in Scotland, England, Hol- :
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225 Fifth Ave., N. Y
Mrs. IJobt. C.: Angell
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HOLLYWOOD $1
SUPPE'R I
Delectable food in an atmosphere of glow-
ig animation. Geraid Mark's Orchs-
ra 9 to 1. No cover charge with supper
or equal1 0rder except Saturday night 75ic

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NOTICE-New ()rtbophonie Portable
jVictrola-s, $35.00. Schaeberle &- Son
Music liouseY, 110 So. Al~ain c tf.
1NOTICE-Student ,Tailor Shop, 721 N_'.i
University, across from Ilfill Audi-
Storium. Re-opened under new
management. Cleaning, pressingI
and altering. Ladies' work especi-
ally. Phone 8040. C-tf
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FORD SALES AND SERVICE i
j We are nlow llavting our r(egular
I Christmas Sale on all used
cars. 11. S. Platt always has I
f e xceptional values. 11' you are
( lookin g for a ca:;r to drive
home in it will pa:y, you to
comne in and look our specials
over.
We have a. numiber of good low
I priced ears among them, tour-{
ings, coupies, roadsters and se-
dans. Tiny are all in first
class shape.
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N OTI (--Oui Cirist mas greetingf
cad>aimuvr on display. Swift's
Bri Stre,340 S. State St.679

$3fluysa
PAker D. Q.9
The, flashing black Newcomer
made by Duo fold Craftsmen
T HE nearest thing made to
a Parker Duofold Pen is the
new D. Q.-meaning Duofold
Quality. It is really a $4 value
--with *White Gold Girdle,
smart fluted grip, and a pocket
clip; or an extra large ring to
link to your note-book.
More than that it has a jewel-
smooth point of 14K gold,
tipped with polished Iridium.
The same Ink-Tight Duo-
Sleeve Cap, Press-Button
Filler, and sure-fire "Lucky
Curve" feed as-the Duofold.
You can't beat it--you can't
tie it under $5. All good pen
counters carry this college
creation-or can get it double
quick..
THE PARKER PEN COMPANY
Parker Duofold Pencil, to match the pen, $3.50
Factory and General Offices
JIANESVILLE, WIS.
Long or Short-Large Rang or C~iv-Duofoid Standards
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