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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1924s

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAYLY

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German

Youths Drill To Defend Republic

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SELLARS TO LECTURE
# EDONESOAY AFTERNOON
Prof. R. W. Sellars will speak at b
o'clock Wednesday in the auditorium
of the Natural Science building on
"The present Situation in Philosophy,"
a subject which should be of unusual
interest. The speaker will endeavor
to bring out the diversity of outlook
which characterizes contemporary
philosphy, and also designate its ten-
dencies and the increasing co-opera-
tion of philosophy and science.
CA R R I C K
Pop. Mat. Tues. Thurs. & Sat. 25c & 50c
Nights 25c -"c - 75c and $1.00
iith Week THE 15th Season
Bonstelle Company
In the American Comedy of Home Life
"Mary the 3rd"
Love! Laughter! Tears!
Next Mes.-"The Claw and the Wing"

Watch Repaiing

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FINEST Watch Repairing in thec
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.

city.

IRVING WARMOLTS, D.S. Ca
Chiropodist and
Orthopedist
707 N. University. Phone 5262

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Last Times Today
Entertainment Express
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With RALPH LEWIS
"THE WAGES OF CINEMA"

PATHE NEWS

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Nearly half a. Million youths are declared to belong to the "Banner
Black Red Gold," an organization formed to defend the German republic
against secret monarchistic societies and military bodies. The society is so
named because of the contrast in the contrast in the colors of the republic
and the old monarchy. A group of well-trained recruits belonging to the
order is shown.

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Barans In USEDCA S!

TM YCOOL

CLASSIFIEDS
FOR SALE
CHEAP- Oakland roadster, in good
shape. Call Mollenberg, 2666 or 1017
Oakland.
UPRIGHT Pease piano, $175.00. Mus-
ic cabinet, $10.00. Phone 178-W,
1011 Church.
FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR MEN- Beautiful loca-
tion, good heat. Board if desired.1

1426 Washington Heights.
WANTED-TO RENT
DESIRABLE single room not to ex-
ceed four dollars, by Graduate Stu-
dent. Box E. E. D.

LOST
LOST-Collegiate Sorosis sorority pin.
If found please notify Ann Grandy,
894 Atkinson Ave., Detroit.
A BLUE and White Masaic bar pin on
Unior, dance floor last Friday eve-
ning. Finder please return to the
Daily Office for reward.
LOST-T. K. A. gold key-name C.
Churchill on back. Call 1855.

1919
1918
1920
1921
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Buick Touring - $250
Dort Touring - 60
Ford Touring - 70
Ford Runabout - 110
Ford Sedan - 250
1919 Cadillac

1917
1918
1922
1922
1921
Touring

Ford Touring
Ford Touring
Ford Coupe -
Ford Sedan -
Ford Touring
$550

$ 30
- 50
- 260
- 300
- 135

MIDSUMMER SPECIAL-NOW PLAYING

Henry S. Platt
316 E. Huron St.

FORD SALES AND SERVICE
Phone 727.

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SUMMER STUDENTS
We Move Everything Trunks a Specialty
Book Your Order Now. We Will
Gall Any Time.

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KEEP COOL AT
THE LAKE HOUSE PAVILION
WHITMORE LAKE
Dances every Wednesday, Thursday. Friday
and Saturday Nights
REAL MUSIC A REAL DANCE FLOOR
Al Strauss and his Lak e Pavilion Orchestra
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PHONE 2492-W

Student Transfer Co.
Owned and Operated by Students.

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Racket Restringing
Now is a good time to have your racket put in first class ,
condition. _
ieAll restringing done in our own shop-Excellent Serv-
ce and First Class Workmanship.
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Cuar dYour Mouth

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Let WRIGLEY'S be the
guardian of your mouth and
throat
It will combat trouble of
various kinds. It helps to keep
the teeth free from food par-
ticles that ferment and cause
decay.
It has an antiseptic effect. It re-
lieves acid mouth and thus not
only prevents harm to the teeth.
but serves to sweeten the stomach.

ree rears for a Start
OHN HANCOCK experiencetshows that
I iif you sell life insurance for threeVear
you will continue for your entire active
business life.
Why? Because you will find it the most
pleasant and remunerative business you can
choose. It is constructive work, it produces
self-reliance and independence and affords
the greatest satisfaction in every way. To be f
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Before making any decision regardingg
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OF BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS
Sixty-one years in business. Now insuring One Billion Seven Hundreda
Million Dollars in policies on 3,250,000 lives

BEFORE and AFTER
Shavin*!
Before shaving, an application of Miffin
Alkohol will soften your beard and remove
the skin oils and greases which defy or-
dinary lather and water.
Then, after shaving, Miffin Alkohol is
soothing and refreshing; it relieves the
dryness and drawn feeling; it makes for
soft, smooth, glowing skinI
And Miffln Alkohol has a
dozen other daily uses, too!
After bathing, a Mifflin rub-down is cool-
ing and invigorating.
After exercise, Mffin Alkohol relieves
tired muscles and many "sore spots."
Miffin Alkohol is denatured by a formula
which actually improves it for external use.
College teams and many other athletic
organizations use Mifflin Alkohol regu-
larly. Be sure YOU get MIFFLIN-in the
handy-grip one-pint bottles as illustrated.

It stimulates digestion
prevent the forming
causes dyspepsia.

and helps to
of gas that

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Read from a widely known me&
cal work:
"Chewing gum aids tooth nutrition
and the cleansing action is a defi-
nite benefit-it prevents dyspepsia.
Good chewing gum is excellent for
bad digestion.

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So we say, afer etery meal

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PHILADELPHIA, PA.
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