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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
Alumni News In Brief
,NT-room on 1st floor, street
ate entrance, bath adjoining.
le for lady employed during
Apply 1233 Washtenaw.
E room in private residence4
nd St. Call 537 Second St.,
FACULTY Member-man and wife -
or Upperclassmen-We will arrange
living quarters in private home as
you desire. Ideal location. Phone
FOUR ROOM Aapartment-largo hall.
and bath-Campus location, . steam
heat. Rent $55. Phone 7515.
$10.00 REWARD-For finding pigskin
wallet containing $90.00. Return to
Secretary's office. Business card,
Howard M. Fish.
LOST-Black leather secretary's port-
folio, 2 large and 4 small pockets.
Suitable reward. C. A. Mertz,
PHETA PHI ALPHA sorority pin. Re-
turn to 525 Benjamin or call 8443.
EIGH SCHOOL girl desires opportun-
ity to work for room and board in?
private home. Call 6853, afternoons.
"Mllspaugh Hall," the main build-
ing of the University of California,
Los Angeles, is named after the late
Jesse F. Millspaugh, of the class of
George E. Cryer, '03, has recently
been elected Mayor of Los Angeles
for the third time. Mayor Cryer has
made a hard and winning. fight for
public ownership and development.
The opposition was furnished by
Federal Judge Benjamin F. Bledsoe,
who resigned his position to run
against Mayor Cryer. But Mayor
Cryer was returned a winner by a
majority of 3,923 votes over all can-
didates. Mrs. Cryer is also a grad-
uate of Michigan, being Isabel G.
Ruth Y. Johnson, of the class of
'20, is directing a Y.W.C.A. camp for
high school girls this summer at
Mitchell Lake, St. Clair County, Mich-
Ruby McKenzie, '20, is teaching in
the language department at the Cen-
tral Michigan Normal school this
Paul A. Shinkman, '20, has been in
Europe since July, 1924, Mr. Shink-
man has been for several months on
the staff of the Paris edition of the
Chicago Tribune, an English paper
published in Paris.
Read the Want Ads
... _.-2 -
Ites Your Kodak
Cameras in a' big array of styles, and in
Albertus H. Baldwin, new member
of the U. S. tariff commission, has
been a public official almost continu-
ously since 1884, when he became
connected with the U. S. fish commos-
sion. His home is in New York City.
Moscow, July 6.-Nine persons were
killed and 32' injured when the Chita-
Moscow express was derailed.
(Near Saunders' Canoe Livery)
OPEN 9:30 A. M. TO 8:00 P. M.
range of prices, await your selection at
Kodaks are $6.50 up, Brownies $2.00 up.
There's no worrying about your films when
we make the prints on Velox paper. Each
negative is fitted to the grade of Velox that
the Want Ads)
suits it. Best possible results result.
Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co.
Three Dependable Stores
We Do Not
BUY A CONKLIN GET "LINE -"MIL E AG GE"
THE HAUNTED TAVERN
417 East Huron St.
For Reservations Phone 7781
Cross-sectioun of a
tooth, so.wing- Acid
Decay at The Danger
F600 collects in
those tiny V-shaped
crevices formed by
the joining of the
teeth and gums-The
Danger Line. This
food ferments. Acids
form. Acid Decay of
A Spill on the Cinder Path
Track practice and events inevitably pro-
duce many bruises, scratches and cuts. An
-application of Miffin AlkohG. will bring
speedy relief. The alkohol is a splendid
antiseptic; bleeding is stopped almost at
once; the sore spots are cleansed efficiently
and thoroughly; the rapid evaporation of
the alkohol brings soothing, cooling, com-
fort; gentle massage of the bruise provides
quick, pleasant relief.
now keep their hair smooth
lustrous, always in place
the teeth results.
The gums, too,
become irritated and sore.
Today, as never before, college
men have smooth, well-kept hair.
A few years ago the hair was a
nuisance to almost everyone, for
it was usually the least attractive
part of the appearance - always
unkempt and unsightly an hour
after being combed.
There was no way, then, to keep
it from being so. Old-fashioned
pomades only matted it and made
it greasy. Water evaporated quickly
and left it drier and more unruly,
Squibb's Dental Cream, made with
Squibb's Milk of Magnesia, safely
neutralizes these acids. It protects
the teeth from Acid Decay at The
Danger Line and elsewhere. It keeps
the teeth clean, attractive and
And Miffln Alkohol has a
dozen other daily uses, too!
seldom find even one case of un-
People who know that the hair
can ruin the whole appearance-
people who are careful about the
way they look - have given Sta-
comb an important place on their
chiffonier or dressing table.
No matter how dry and straggly
your hair may be - no matter how
uncontrollable after being washed
-- Stacomb will keep it always
in place, smooth, lustrous, natural.
A touch of it in the morning when
you comb your hair - and all day
long your hair will be just as you
want it, for Stacomb will keep it
smoothly in place until you go to
bed at night.
sound. It soothes the gums.
-morning, noon and night. Keep
a tube or two on hand. At drug-
&ade withSquibb 7Mflkol agnes a
After bathing, a Mifflin rub-down is cool-
ing and invigorating.
After exercise, Mifflin Alkohol relieves
tired muscles and many "sore-spots."
Mifflin Alkohol is denatured by a formula
which actually improves it for external uss.
College teams and many other athletic
organizations use Miffin Alkohol regu-
larly. Be sure YOU get MIFFLIN-in the
handy-grip one-pint bottles as ill xstreted.
Today everyone can have
smooth, neatly combed hair
Now Stacomb - a delicate, invis-
ible cream for keeping the hair in
place -.has changed all, that.
It is responsible for the-amazingly
improved appearance of men's hair.
And it has made possible for every
woman, however "difficult" her
hair, the new smooth effect so much
In clubs and fraternities, at the
theatre or the game, today you can
Mifflin Chemical Corporation
&sdes Agents: HAROLD F. RITCHIE & Co., Inc.
171 Madison Ave., New York
Toronto Sydney Wellington
the external tonc
Ar ALL GOOD DRUG STORES
You can get Stacomb in convei
Tent jars and tubes, at all drugan
department stores. Non-stainir
and non-greasy. Use it tomorrc
morning -- and look your best z
KEEPS THE HAIR IN PLA
Standard Laboratories, Inc., Dept.
113W.18th St.,;New YorkCty
Please send me, free of charge,
generous sample tube of Staconib.
N. R. SQUIBB & SONS, New York-Manufacturing
Chemista to the Medical Profession since 1818