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FOR SALE ~ WANTED HELP
OF BUYING a typewrit- BE A NEWSPAPER Correspondent
not a Remington Port- I with the Heacock Plan and earn a
the. authorized dealer?,I
good income while learning; we
show you how; begin actual work at
seal Bargains once; all or spare time; experience
Oakland Coupe unnecessary; no canvassing; send
923 Ford Coupe for particulars. Newswriters Train-
senger Olds touring ing Bureau, Buffalo, N. Y.
can be bought at a very Es
-llM Mrh~l Ptna STENOGRAPHERS wishing positions
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FANCY APPLES, Fruit, Cookies,
Grennans Cakes at College Grocery,
516 East Williams. Open Sundays
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
Kirshbaum Tuxedo Stit with Silk
$45 All Sues
Fred Gross, 309 S. Main St.
The well known INTERSTATE line
of Tailor Made suits and top-coats
$26.00 $31.50 $37.50
extra pants $8.00 and $9.00 including,
a wide assortment of All Wool Choic-
es with No Extra Charge for latest
Perfect satisfaction endorsed by
hundreds of our student customers.
Phone 123 or call on INTERSTATE I
TAILORS, American Hotel, 123 Westi
during the summer months of July,
August, and September should apply
as soon as possible at the Secer-
Brnsli Co. has a most attractive ofer
to make to students desiring to make
real money this summer vacation.
Try our Spring Vacation approval
trip and be convinced.
For particulars phone 233-J.
L. B. Abbott I. J. ;Culick
Office Open at 336 S. Division St.
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
SHOES REPAIRED while you wait,;
F11 ll o n. mecialt. 0. G. Andres i
Washington St. Mr. McInerney. 221 S. State
______________________________ 222 S. State.
SPRING WOOLENS .MIIJSIUAIJ
New line, best on the campus. Col- j-
legiate spring styles. Come in and let TED RHOADES orchestra presents
me show you some real material. Joe Sweeney and his five-piece or-
Priced attractively. chestra.
Extra pants $8.50-$9.50 . VICTOR RECORDS of the Great Art-
This offer will only be good a short ists and all the latest popular rec- j
time, take advantage and come early. ords on sale. Complete stock atI
HORACE CLAVEAL Schaeberle and Sons. 110 S. Mlain.
izz -. uilver~u
PANTS TO MATCH YOUR COAT
AND VEST. Chas. Doukas, 901 N.
WHY PAY MORE?
I will clean and press your clothes
for $1.00. Prompt service and expert
HERMAN the TAILOR
802 S. State.
NEW RUGS COMING frequently thisj
Spring by parcel post. Nearly all
colors and sizes. Mrs. H. B. Mer-
rick,. 818 Church St.
OSTEOPATHIC P1 YSICA S
DR. W. S. MILLS
1616 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 321 F-i.
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
INK is the life blood of your Foun-
tain Pen. One filling of vicious ink
will spoil the flow of 'your pen per-
manently. Take no chances, get a
bottle of our special formula Diamond
Writing Fluid. We guarantee it the;
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St.
ATTRACTIVE SINGLE, doubles and
suites reasonable. One short block
-from campus. Call 699- W before
2 p. m. or 3259-J evenings.
ATERMAN FOUNTAIN pen. Car-
ved initial H. H.W. Phone 468-W.
Ask for Williams.
QLONG JADE RING in white gold
setting. Reward, call 1463-M.
VIUDAY AFTERNOON, near chem.
;.building, gold Wahl Fountain Pen.
,Finder please phone 2763-W. Re-
TYPEWRITING and MIMEOGRAPHI
promptly and neatly done.
Theses, students notes and college
work a specialty.
0. D. MORRILL
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
17 Nickels' Arcade
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing :-machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
Icushion keys, type cleaners and suip-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
ii16 E. Williams.
of the best standard makes $15.00 up.
Easy terms if desired. Renting,
cleaning and repairing a specialty.
Largest stock in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona type-
writers. Typewriters supplies, Rub-
ber stamps, Rubber key caps, ribbons,
carbon paper, ete.
PUNCH FOR PARTIES
Fraternities and Sororities who or-
der our Punch generally order again
and again. It will please you too.
Call up' for your next punch order.
ARBOR FOUNTAIN .
313 S. State
That's what the
folks are saying
who had such a
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thoughts, programs or structures fall
of their own weight. The great virtue
of simplicity is based upon the repeti-
tion of an understandable, simple
thought and thus evolves persuasion.
ture or advertising.
Simp icity fits every business and the
more freedom in a business the greater
are its chances to progress.
factorin advertising isthe power to
concentrate the reader's attention on
your copy, So that when your advertise-
mteat appears the read'r wl be ,eager
to see what you have to say.
On the Daily, the Gopywriting Depart-
ment will plan your campaigns so that
you will get the best results from your
advertising. They will be your repre-
TAKE advantage of the peppy
ther, get out in the - open.
1069-J, for a car.
AR RING-Large Topaz 'set in Old
,old. Sunday, between Hill Audit-
orium and University Library. Re-
A SLIDE RULE, indicator glass brok-
en when lost last week. Call E. M.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE 2 or 4
Junior Girls' Play tickets, Wed-'
nesday evenings, $1.50 for same
number for Saturday afternoon.
Call Univ. 153-M, Saturday morning.
TYPING DONE AT reasonable rates.
Mrs. Hirsh, 551 Church St. New
A-1 CLARINET player able to do
theatre pit work. Also good string
bass player, experienced drummer
and. trombone player. Also please
call for part time work. See Mr.
Kilian between 6:30 and 7 p. m.
S'UDENT'S WASHINGS, Hand work
satisfaction guaranteed. Will call
for and deliver. Phone 2942-R.
mrL. FarTTY 'F A mm'mT.1 o :rTr t..
A NEAT Job of Gold Leaf embossing
on your Fountain Pen. 25 cents at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St
DRESSMAKING & TAILORING
Exclusive collegiate styles for
young women. Needlework of all
kinds. Experienced workmanship.
MRS. R. T. REAM
411 Thompson. Phone 2768-W.
Many offers of permanent employ-
ment will be made to senior engineers
of this University during the next few
weeks. Already 14 men have been
offered positions by the General Elec-
tric. company and will assume their
duties immediately after graduation
The office of Prof. B. F. Baily of the
electrical department of the engineer-
ing college is headquarters for the
various companies seeking men and
at this time of year it is virtually an
White to Speak Over Radio
Prof. A. E. White of the metaliurg-t
ical engineering department will I
broadcast a talk on "One our obli-
gation to Research" tonight from
station WCBC, here. The talk is
There will be a
t costs no more for
better advertising "
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