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TV SDAY, ERTUAY12, 102

'tHE MICH-fIGAN

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VARIT C [R HI10 1VARSITY TANKERS
DEFEATHOOSIERS
a (Continued From Page Six)
..To B.1 , I N LEA 104: yard free style-Won by

ston (I) ; Reif (M), second; 0.
Goldsmith (M), third. Time--:25.6.
200 yard breast stroke-Woii by
Thlompson (M); Lauter (I), second;
Mertz (M), third. Time-2:46.
440 yard free style-Won by Mc-
Donald (M) ; McCaffree (M), sec-
ond; Hlog ess (T), third. Time--
5:44..

Ment. Buy Your Shirts at
Wholesale prices !

CLASSIFIEDDET1N

Shipp (R, third. Time ---:54.6.
50 yard free style-Won by Win-

NOTICES

(Continued Fr om page' Six)
things all sewed~ up at half' time
with a comfortable 19-10 margin.
At the~ begin-ning of the final pe-
riod, however, the Wolves encoun-
teredi a, stum~bling block in the
stubborn Scarlet and Grey defense
which~ completely cec oked the scor-
ing of the Big Ten pace' makers
for seven minutes of play.
Erwin Shows Well
Erwin, flashy sophomore forward,
dropped in a field goal for the
Bucks, and then Truskowski broke
the ice by duplicating the. feat.
Chapman added three more points
on a~ close in-shot and a free throw,
while Orwig: increased the margin'
to 28-15 by sli'pping two more bas-'!
kets through the meshes.
Coach George Veenkar' tested his.
reserve strength toward the middle
of the second half, sending Cush-
ing in' at guard for"Rose. Still later
Lovell replaced Captain' McCoy at
the' other guard position, and
"Whittle and Kanitz took charge- of
the' forward. berths.
BOX SCORE,
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New Club Plan
Saves, You Money

Groups of col~te eici. all over the
country are taking dvnaeof
Our new (cli lt ,a~.
Here's an oppor tu iiiy to obtLain th e
finest quality shirts from one of
the largest man factUrers in. the
country at pric:es whieli represent a
substantial discount.

Complete
Selection
to choose from.
Broadcelothi, Madrats and
novel mixtures.
'Writes and the new
c oors.
Every conceivable
pattern,
Suede (leather) Jackets,
Corded Riding Breeches,
Work and Flannel Shirts

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NOTICE-Board with private fam-
ily. Room for two or three. Rates
reasonable. Call 7086. 95,96,97
NOTICE
WP- BUY USED CLOTHING
H. IBENJAMIN
210~ E,.Washington Phonie 4310
T.T.Fr. c

cleaned,- repaired. Large stock,
best service, conslderate pries.
Phone 6615. 0. D. Morril1l, 17
Nickels Arcade.r
NOTICE -- We are clos~iig out our1
full line of Dresses' ana Wardrobe
aTrunks at cost. Koch- & Heirne.
NOTICE--Dial 3916, Moe Laund~ry,
204 N. Mvain St., for latudry 6er-
vice with real personal' attenition
like received at home. C
WANTED
WANTEb-Fif teen young girls to
train and appear in; a special
production. Apply at Parris Dance
Studio, Nickels Arcade. George
C. Payne, director. 94, 95, 96

310 S. State.

AdRNCY)
Phone 7927
T. T.S., c

EThis club plan is simple and is spe-
c ially suitable for fraternities and
other dollar for shirts, mail the
coupon below and get full details
of this money-saving plan.

TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuf. Dial 9387.
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T'YPEWRITER SERVICE-New Cor-
ona, Royal, Underwood, Reming-
ton portables, also used large and
portable typewriters of all makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,

MAIL COUPON FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION

FOR- RENT

Dept. C. N. 3

PARMODE CO.
Lesser Bldg.

St. Louis, Mo.

*Gentlemen: Without obligation send nee full details of
your plai whereby f can sava money oan ny shirts.
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Address ................. .........
Subscribe to, The Michigan liDail

TYPEWRITERt
REPAIRING
All makes of ma-
cines, Our equip-
* .. Iment and person-
nel, are considered
... among the best. in' the State. The
result of, twenty years' careful
hild ug.
[ 0. D.oMOR RILL
117 Nickels Arcade Phone 6615

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INNNARINCE1891
The greatestI lore for men
322-.324 S. Main St.

.Room on second floor with, boarda
$9 per.. Very centrally located,
facing Women's League building,
911 East Washington. 94, 95,. 96
FOR RE~NT-One large suite for 2
or 3 students, and one single or
double room.. Price reasonable.
Also garage. 425 5S. Divis~ion.
2-2352. 95,96,97
FOR RENT--One. doufble and one'
single room, $3.00" each . Warm'
and light. Two blockis from Cam-
pus. 555 S. Divisioni. Dial 8072.
95,96
F1OR RENT--Comnpletely furnished'
3-room apartment. Steam heat,
bath including' shower. Also gar-
age. 42217E. Washington. Dial 8544
or 9714. 95,96,97
F OR RE N T--Single room for,
teacher," graduate, or. business,
girl. Steam heat. 422 E. Washing-
ton'. Dial 8544 oir 9714. 95,96,97
FRON'T SUITE- Single or double
or couple. 537 Elm Street. Rhone
5291. 95
FOR RENT"-- Laig'&," pleasant. room
on first; floor for one girl One
block from Caimpus. 725' Haven.
95,96,97
FOR RENT - Cheap - Attractive
single room near Campus for a
rman. 609' East "university. 95
FOR RENT-Double front room,
private family, steam heat, well
lighted, reasonable rates. 1106
. Forest. C
FOR~ SALE'
FrOR SALE&"-$5 Beacon Ba~njo, will-
sell-;for less than' half price. Call
at,51~5 F-. Williamn St. or' phone
55i16. 95>96~
FOR A LEAniuenice pieces,
large Sheraton chest-sofa refin--
fished; serving tables,, clocks, ma-
hogauy. Entire and hooked' rug.
Ph one 8891. 95~

10' 4' 24
OCfvial : Ref ereec--Feezb'e (But-
ler); 'ln pire-Mitler (rIndiana)..

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What good

will this do me?"

T Hl? next time some subject seems
.<boresome to you, and you wonder
whethe~r it wrill prove of practical benefit,
imiagine this scee -typical of the daily
activities in a large financial house -
One of the chief°executives is dis-
c ui ng with one of his colleagues a
lean, let us say, to a borrower in Ger-
manay. I lis conversation revevals a good
knowledge of German history, of its
resources an d'deVelopmnent, of its economic
positi'~n, of its scientific discoveries, and
of the' ckareacteistics of its people'
In the'A'dvertising Department
across the room a young man is strug-
gling with a piece of "copy" which
observes all theprinciples ofcomposition.
At a- desk near a window a corre-
spondent is dictating a letter about the

bonlds of a well-known dye company,
mind we realize that the correspondent
knows his chemistry ais well as psycholog{y.
In one'of the sales divisions nearby,
another young marn is dem'onstrator!
a good praci al underitandiig 01 /oplC'
and orderly ilibikin,. As the corivers;L-
tion proceeds, we observe that a qlues-
tion of ethics is involved.
It would indeed be difficult to think
of any subject in the university curric-
Ulurn that would not bec an asset to
the young man who planis to enter the
investment business. To capable
young men it offers a field of oppor-
tunity that deserves investigation. A
good' first step ine such an investiga-
tion would be to read our booklet,
Ifhat' A the' bond fBu~siness?

LOST

LOST-Black traveli'ng bag enoute
from M. C. depot to Packard. Re-
ward. 821 Dewey. Phon~e 6980 95
LOST-V'alaable papers in mahila
folder mriaked "Garr: Soeiology."
Probably left in 'campus buildig.

From old kettle to new world

S OMEBOD Y has to believe in the big
possibilities of little' things.#James 'Wtt
saw the lid of his tea-kettle dance--and today'
our civilization is built largely on steam.
In the field of communication, Bell saw
the possihi lities of a little vibrating diaphragm.
Today from the telephone at his elbow
a man talks to his next-door neighbor or

across the continent, just as he chooses .
Men in the telephone' industry, in, com-
mercial and administrative as well as techni-
cal work, are constantly proving that little
suggestions, little ideas, little changes, when
smoothly fitted into- the comprehensive'
plan, Lmay be big' in possibilities of better
public service.

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