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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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MUSCAL MINJELIANEOUS
KEEP PHYSICALLY :1 .y the daily STUDENT desiring lessons in Span-
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen ish to perpare for exams call 1104.
on Records. Complete outfits sold
by Schaeberle & Son. SHOES REPAIRED while you wait
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OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS
DR. W. S. MILLS
Osteopathic Physician
1616 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 321 F-1.

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DANCI1I4(x
JNOUNCEMENT

BUSINESS TRAINING
New term is opening at
HA3IIILTON BUSINESS COLLE(
State at Williams

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ROOM either singleor double. Phone
1070-M. 612 Church st.
1 SUITE ROOMS, 3 or 4 boys, 1st
floor, 1 suite rooms 2 boys, 2nd
floor, 1 single room, 3rd floor. Call
in morning. 615 Monroe. Phone!
2106-M.
PLEASANT, large warm front room
for student. Single $4.00. 724 S
Division St._
TWO OR THREE rooms furnished for
house keeping. Every convenience
attractive front room, first floor.
Double or single, also single room
second floor. Phone 2863-W. 923
Greenwood.

Would you be interested in owning your own home? We are offering a large house within one block of
terms that a young organization can handle.
The house is suitably arranged for housing about 18 to 20 men or women. Living room, study, dining
butlers pantry and lavatory on first floor. Five bedrooms, bath and toilet on second floor. Four single rooms
with lavatory. House in good condition and has excellent heating plant.
Purchase Price $20,000-$3,000 down.

the campus on
room, kitchen,
on third floor

New class begin-
ning Saturday, Feb-
ruary 16th, at 10
o'clock P. M. for pu-
wils of the ward and
high schools. Eight
one-hour modern
class lessons, $5.00.
Enroll Now!
Children's class
every Saturday after-'
noon at 2:30 o'clock.
Eight one hour clas-
sical class lessons,
$5.00.
Adults' Class every Monday and Fri-
day night at 8 o'clock.
15 Modern Class Lessons $5.00. Dan-
cing from 8 to 10 P. M. Private les-
sons daily, both Modern and Classical.
TERRACE GARi.DENS
No. 22 Wnerth Arcade
Phone 241-R Open Pal
10 a. m. to 10 P. 'fr.

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now snd
You will have pen
satisfaction for the
rest of your life.
SOLD AND SER-
VICED BY THE
MAKER HIMSELF

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RE ALTOR
512 First National Bank

GLE ROOM with connecting
r business or professional
ly. Phone 1599-J.

bath
men

Telephone 3664

Evenings 2174-M

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ICELY FURNISHED suite
blocks from campus. Few
roomers. 115 N. Thayer.

two
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6 ItOOM APARTMENT, corner Law-
rence and State Sts. Second floor,
unfurnished. Call 1713-M.
A VERY WARM well furnished double
rence and State Sts. Ground floor,
$3.50 each. 721 Monroe St. Phone
.3019-R.
DOUBLE ROOM, one block from cam-
pus, private family, reasonable.
Phone 1939-W.
AT 1005 PACKARD, one double room
for 2 students at $2.50 each. Call
2118-R.
A LARGE front suite, well furnished,
will accommodate two or three men
at 1220 Prospect, Call 2019-M.
ROOM FOR FOUR more men at Var-
sity Lodge in large, well lighted and
heated suites. Board if desired.
Resanable rates. 611 Church St.
A LARGE DOUBLE room, block and a
half from campus. Neat, warm and
newly furnished. Quiet house,
sleeping porch, $4.00 each per week.,
719 Oakland. Phone 981-R.
FRONT ROOM FOR two young men.
Private home. Phone 2932-M.'
SINGLE ROOM WITH private family.
No other roomers. Phone 1712-M,
1609 So. Univ.
SINGLE ROOM. Steam heat. 311
Thompson.
TWO SINGLE ROOMS at 110 N. Thay-
er. Call 258'3-R.
WARM, pleasant rooms. Very reas-
onable. 509 S. Division. Phone
293-M.
PLEASANT ROOMS for men students'
at 822 Arch st. Prices reasonable.'
Call 348-R.
WANTED A ROOMMATE ,.:ffi;,R "
A ROOMMATE, by first year student,
pleasant environment, nice family,
rent reasonable, 808 E. Ann. Phone
694-J.

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Second Semester
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Shorthand--Typewriting

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Section. A nine room Colonial home; four rooms and breakfast room
first floor; bour bedroms, two baths, second; Basement, fisinshed with very
large room with fireplace, <bedroom. Garage. Lot 86;160. Trees and
shrubs. Detailed information gladly given.

FRATERNIY

All ma. kos of peas
Skillfully res* 4,red.

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House two blocks from campus. Price $22,000. Terms.

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A building site for fraternity on Washtenaw Ave. Close in; 100x140 ft.
In established fraternity district.

POTTER, ALLSHOUSE & RICHARDS, Inc.
601-4 First Nat'l Bank Bdg. Tel, 2072.

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FOUNTAIN PENS
Fountain Pens and Pencil insur-
ance. Have your name eml'ossd on
them. Price 25 cents.
(. 1). IORRfLL
17 Nickels A-cade
The Typewriter & Statiozery Store.
A NEAT job of Gold Leaf embossing
on your Fountain Pen. 25 cents at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St
REMEMBER THAT WE are the only
penmakers in Ann Arbor. We have
the tools, machinery, parts, and
skill to do your pen repairing as it
should be done.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St.
TYPEWRITING
TYPEWRITERS
of all makes
Sold, rented cleaned
exchanged and repaired.
0. ). MORRRILL
17 Nickels Arcado
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
Your these and notes will be
promptly and neatly
TYPEWRITTEN
at
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
over "M" Lunch,1
322 South State Street.

REAL ESTATE

Lunch Hour; 12:00-- :00
Dinner 5:30--6:30

BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE

suitable

for fraternity or sorority. Also, 12
room house, fully furnished. Both
in best locations. Will sell either
place on contract. Call
D. W. DWYER
508 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
WE HAVE just listed a good six room
house on paved street reasonably
near campus at only $7,000. This
is worth the money.
L. D. Carr & C. J. Tremmel
17 Sav. Bank Bldg. Ph. 441 F-1
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
STOP-LOOK-READ
WE HAVE for sale a very desirable
property, for either fraternity or
sorority. Will accommodate 25 or
more, located within four blocks of
campus on a very good street. Brick
veneer house nearly new, oak floors
and finished thruout. Large lot.
Can handle with small down pay-
ment with easy terms. Shown by,
appointment.
POMMERING & BLAESS
506 First National Bank
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Phone 3091
For Fraternity or Sorority

EVERY MEAL TASTES LIKE MORE
"If once you ryr us, you'll never go by us"

We have this house and many others in several sizes.

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most any size to suit the builder. The McClure 'system
of home building is so advanced that we have at least 25
different exteriors that can be built from the same interior
or plans with some variation to suit you. Our financing

plan is just as complete.
property.

You always hold title to your

LANEHALL

STATE AT WASHINGTON

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EDWIN H. SMITV H

SAMUEL SCHULTZ

408 First National Bank Building
Phone 3385

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RY LIGHT and warm suite and
ingle room, second floor, 529 Wal-'
tut. Phone 2100-M.
PPEWRITERS, portable and stand-
.rd. Good machines. S. A. Moran,
11 N. Univ. Room 2, 2d floor.
WANTED HELP
ERKS,. 18 up. Execllent salary.
xam, Ann Arbor, March 8. For
overnment positions in your state.
xperience unnecessary. For full
articulars, write R. Terry (former
livil Service Examiner) 731 Banis-
er Bldg. Washington D. C.
A NEWSPAPER Correspondent
'th the Heacock Plan and earn a
ood income while learning; we
how you how; begin actual work at
nee; all or spare time; experience
nnecessary; no canvassing; send
)r particulars. Newswriters Train-
:g Bureau, Buffalo, N. Y.
PERIENCED architectural drafts-
an. Reply by letter only. Cuth-
ert and. Cuthbert, Architects and
ngineers, 327 East Huron.
E ALUMINUM Cooking Utensil
ompany, manufacturers of "Wear-
ver", has put some 20,000 men
irough universities and colleges.
he Company is pleased to an
ounce the following representa-
ves who will explain the work.
.ppointments can be made by call-
g between 7 and 8 in the evening.
lialmar S. Hansen, 555 S. Division,
hone 2520-M. Howard A. Sheri-
an, 223 S. Ingalls, Phone 2758-J.
obert C. Winter, 714 Haven Ave,
hone 685-J. Arnold S. Gingrich,
.0 Dewey.
"ADE CAFETERIA needs student
elp for coming semester. Sched-
es necessary when applying.

A SPLENDID location for fraternity
or sorority not far from Washtenaw

Typewriting anfi Mimeographing
promptly and neatly done.
Theses, student notes and college
work a specialty for fifteen years
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade
WANTED
A MODERN HOUSE SUITABLE FOR
A SORORITY. PLEASE LET US
KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE. CALL
J. CARL MALCOLM, 1713-M.
BOARD
BEST BOARD and superior service.
Orchestra. Tables for girls. Rea-
sonable rates. Varsity Lodge Din-
ing Hall, 611 Church Street.
COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC. SERVICE
224 Nickel's Arcade
By 'Appointment only
Phone 1167-R.
3-6 p. m.
VALENTINE
MOST COMPLETE line in city. One
cent apiece, two for five cents, five
cents and beautiful large ones for
ten cents. Remember your Valen-
tine.
H 1OME SUPPLY STORE
209 E. Washington
Give Candy for Your Valentine
BLIGHTY
709 N. University

L. D. Car" & C. J. Treinmel
17 Say. Bank Bldg. Ph. 41 F-1.
TYPEWRITER REPAIRIOG -
ALL MAKES. Agency oodstOck and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
El~XCHANGE. Phone 866, downtownI

TAILOR
Suits
and
Overcoats
Made to Order
Guaranteed All Wool
Correct Clothes for the College Man
ALBERT GANSLE
115 S. Main (upstairs)
Phone 3194-J.
516 E. Williams'
HORACE CLAVEAU
Gleaning and Pressing
1221 S. University
PORTABLE and standard typewriters,
new and second hand. $25up. S.
A. Moran, 711 N. Univ. Room 2, 2d
floor.

$1.00

SPECIAL

Suits Cleaned and Pressed
This week only

hERMAN, THE TAILOR
802 S. State
Phone 3341-M.
FOR SALT:
WILL TAKE $11,000 this month for
nearly new, well located, 8 room
Brick house. C. A. Witham, 1236
Volland.
APPLES
JOHNATHONS, STEEL Reds, Banana
Apples and Rome Beauties.
COLLEGE GROCERY

Exclusive collegiate styles for
young women. Needlework of all
kinds. Experienced workmanship.
MRS. R. T. REAM
411 Thomson. Phnn '7 W

'r,.nil- XTrr.., Ara- - - -nT h i t n

pL. W.JiLu rd Vone . Ladiy VVI antAds aiways Urin g 'o12 ft coasting bob. New last season.
results. 1 Reasonable, Call Eckert 1682.
DURING FEBRUARY I WILL MAKE A WHOLESA LE PRICE TO ALL FRATERNITIES AND SOROII.
ITIES ORDERLNG FETTlE ChINESE RU(GS!
I will also allow you, towards payment of your rugs, a percentage on all rugs bought by your
parents, alumni or friends; or if you do not need rugs, this percentage may go to the MICHIGAN
LEAGUE BUILDING FUND. These are the best rugs I could find in China, when buying rugs for my
own home.
Why buy a domestic rug, when for a little more you can get a specially made Chinese rug,
incorporating your insignia, that will give you many times the extra cost in years of service. Any color,
any size, any design. BUT ONLY ONE QUALITY-The Best!
SShow this advertisement to your friends-you may be able to get a beautiful rug at no cost.
MRIS. H. B. NERRICK
Phone o3424-o 818 Cureh St.
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