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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COLUMN
CLOSES
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ADVERT SING

FOR RENT

either singleor double.
"M. 612 Church st.

Phone

NICELY FURNISHED suite two
blocks from campus. Few other
roomers. 115 N. Thayer.-.
6 ROOM APARTMENT, corner Law-
rence and State Sts. Second floor,I
unfurnished. Call 1713-M.
AT 1005 PACKARD, one double room
for 2 students at $2.50 each. Call
2118-R.
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.
A ROOMMATE, by first year student,
pleasant environment, nice family,
rent reasonable, 808 E. Ann. Phone
694-J.
TYPEWRITERS, portable and stand-I
ard. Good machines. S. A. Moran,
711 N. Univ. Room 2, 2d floor.
WELL FURNISHED room, 438 May-
nard. Phone 3126-R.
FURNISHED ROOMS for-two students
who want quiet place to study or
ideal place for married couple.
Phone 3472-M. after 11.
WELL FURNISHED double room for
men; 422 Hamilton Pl. Phone 2121-
J.
PLEASANT FRONT suite, single bed,
Also roommate wanted. 715 E.-
Huron St.
3 LARGE well lighted, warm, com-
fortable double rooms suited for2
or 3 students. Phone 3186-lM. 618
Packard.
TWO LARGE well lighted double
rooms. Will rent one single with
lavoratory connection. Two bocks
from campus, steam heated, shower
baths. 536 Thompson St.
TWO SINGLE rooms opening on en-
closed sleeping porch. One large
enough for two. House in rear of
332 E. Madison. Call 1395-M.
SINGLE ROOM, steam heat, plenty of
hot water. 311 Thompson.
ROOM EITHER single or double.'
Phone 2401-W. 943 Greenwood.
1 SUITE OF rooms for two and
one single room. Call 2642-R, 610,
Church.
DESIRABLE SUITE for one or twoI
quiet young men. Two blocks from
campus, 328 Thompson St. Phone
S723-R.
SINGLE ROOM. Large, light, warm,l
$3.50. Sall 825-R.
ARGE FRONT single room, 3 win-
dows, reasonable. 327 S. Divison.
Call 1188.
MISCELLANEOUSe
STUDENT desiring lessons in Span-!
ish to perpare for exams call 1104,

WANTED HELP
EXPERIENCED architectural drafts-
man. Reply by letter only. Cuth-
bert and Cuthbert, Architects and
Engineers, 327 East Huron.
CLERKS, 18 up. Execllent salary.
Exam, Ann Arbor, March 8. For
government positions in your state.
Experience unnecessary. For full
particulars, write R. Terry (former
Civil Service Examiner) 731 Banis-
ter Bldg. Washington D. C.
BE A NEWSPAPER Correspondent
with the Heacock Plan and earn a
good income while learning; we
show you how; begin actual work at
once; all or spare time; experience
unnecessary; no canvassing; send
for particulars. Newswriters Train-
ing Bureau, Buffalo, N. Y.

WANTED
A MODERN HOUSE SUITABLE FOR
A SORORITY. PLEASE LET US
KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE. CALL
J. CARL MALCOLM, 1713-M.
WARM GARAGE. Call 1331-R be-
tween seven ad eight P. M.
STUDENT ROOMMATE wanted. In-
quire 119 N. Thayer.
VEGETARIAN BOARD near campus.
Leave word at 1225-W.
A ROOMMATE for a second year en-
gineer in a desirable location. 429
S. Division.
A ROOMMATE by a Sophomore En-
gineer. My room is in a desirable
location. Phone 429 S. Division.
MUSICAL
KEEP PHYSICALLY f!* by the daily
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen
on Records.. Complete outfits sold
by Schaeberle & Son.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
at
BARGAIN PRICES
Mandolin .................$13.50 .
Ukulele .... .............$ 4.50
Tenor Banjo............$21.50
Guitar .............,.....$16.00
Pay as you play.
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
601-05 E. Williams St. Phone 1799
TAILOR
AORACE CLAVEAU
Cleaning and Pressing
1221 S. University
SPECIAL

LOST
GOLD BRACELET BETWEEN K. of
C. AND HIGHSCIIOOL. CALLI
1081. REWARD.
AT THE FACULTY Women's tea at
the Union last Thursday, a pair of
golashes wei-e exchanged for a'
smaller pair. Call 3406-M. -
PROBABLY AT 3-Hop, Deke pin name!
on back, R. G. Lathrop, "O" '93. Re-
ward if returned to Deke house
1912 Geddes Ave.
PAIR OF GLASSES. Reward. Phone
217.
PAIR of long black gloves in Ladies'
waiting room Union on Saturday
night. Call 240-M.
TYPEWRITER REPAIRING
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
lng machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
.ANNARBOR TYPE WRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfluous.
FACIAL HAIRSI
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
224 Nickel's Arcade
By Appointment only
Phone 1167-R.-
3-6 p. m.
FOUNTAIN PENS
Fountain Pens and Pencil Insur-,
ance. Have your name embossed on
them. Price 25 cents.-
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.

DANCING
IDELTA GMMA TO PLAY
ANNOUNCEMENTG
New class begin
ning Saturday, Feb-
Sruary 16th at I Delta Gamma and Gamma Phi Beta
o'clock P. M. for pu- sorority basketball teams will clash
high schools. Lgrdn at 4 o'clock today in Barbour gym-
one-hour modern nasium for the championship of the
class lessons, $5.00. sororityrcourt league. These two
Enroll Now! I teams are the only ones remaining j
Children's class and the team which wins this after-'
every Saturday after-1 noon will play for the championship
noon at 2:30 o'clock. of the campus.
r Eight one hour clas- The Martha Cook team, winner of
$5. sl.sdormitory league, will meet the win-
$50.er- ner of today's game at 4 o'clock next'
.Adults' Class every Monday and Fri-esdayt the decidig gam of the
day night at 8, o'clock. Tusa nth eiiggaeo Ie
15 Modern Class Lessons $5.00. Dan- year. The latter team easily took first
cing from 8 to 10 P. M. Private les- honors in its league and is expected to
sons daily, both Modern and Classical. give the winner of today's game a fast!
TERRACE GARDENS battle when the two teams meet Tues-
No. 22 Wuerth Ar(Me day.

(Without
FOUR I
804 EAST I
Near I

between 11 and 12 o'clock at thi
of Mrs. Byrl Bacher at the Sch
Music.
Dublin, Feb. 13.-Official reti
timate the population of Dublin
165,000, an increase of 30,000
years.

1.
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THE ALUMINUM Cooking - Utensil
Company, manufacturers of "Wear-
Ever", has put some 20,000 men}
through universities and colleges.
The Company is pleased to an
nounce the following representa-
tives who will explain the work.
Appointments can be made by call-
ing between 7 and 8 in the evening.
Hjalmar S. Hansen, 555 S. Division,
Phone 2520-M. Howard A. Sheri-
dan, 223 S.-Ingalls, Phone 2758-J.
Robert C. Winter, 714 Haven Ave,
Phone 685-J. Arnold S. Gingrich,
810 Dewey.
2 LIVE WIRE students to make big
money during spare time. Call at
200 E. Huron ask for "Chick".
LIVE, ENERGETIC, salesman. Easi-
est selling specialty on the market.
C. Wood, 904-R.
STUDENTS FOR summer work. In-
terviews by appoinment only. Phone
2118-R, 1005 Packard.
THE NORTH RIDGE Brush Co. is
now ready to help solve that vaca-
tion work problem that confronts
many college students. We have
helped hundreds of students in the
last 3 years, let us help you. Our
proposition nets good workers from
$500 to $1000 per summer. Call;
233-J from 1 to 6 for appointment
as soon as possible as territory is
going fast. R. J. Chick, L. B. Ab-
bot, 336 S. Division, Phone 233-J.
TYPEWRITING
T Y P E W R I T E R 8
of all makes
Sold, rented cleaned
exchanged and repaired.
0.D.1ORRRILL
17 Nickels Arcado
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
Your these and notes will be
promptly and neatly
TYPEWRITTEN
at
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
over "M" Lunch,
322 South State Street.
Typewriting and n1meographing
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

Phone 211ROe al
10 a. ut to 10 P. 31.
FOB SALE,
NOTICE TO Fraternity or Sorority,
One hundred thirty two feet build-
ing frontage on' Oswego, paved
street, between Hill and Geddes, no
better location could be found, see
this at once. Herman Fokke. Phone
312-M.
PORTABLE and standard typewriters,
new and second hand. $25up. S.
A. Moran, 711 N. Univ. Room 2, 2d
floor.
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
BOARD

Student League to Receive Tickets
Members of the Student league of
Matinee musicale can obtain compli-
mentary tickets to the next concert on
the Extra Concert series, Feb. 18, when
Josef Lhevinne, pianist, will appear in
joint recital with Mme. Rosina Lhe-
vinne. The tickets are given by the
Choral Union society and members will
receive their tickets by calling any day
FOR SALE
12 ft coasting bob. New last season.
Reasonable, Call Eckert 1682.
THREE OCTAVE Xylophone in good
condition' price reasonable. Call at
214 Packard' St.
CONN B-FLAT tenor saxophone.
Dirt cheap. Call Fairbanks, 555 S.
Division. 2520-M.
COMPLETE SET OF brand new Ford
wheel including demountable rims
and tires. Call Riley, 2310-M.

DENERAL-STEAMSHIPeAG
Tiekets. Travelers Checks. Letters of Credt,.To
ist. Insurance. ete. Passport, visaes. ceerar
papers. readmission atildaEvit8 etc., Informati
Line Europe, Orient, Cruises, Tours,
Our egalized papers bring elatives and friends
U. S. from foreign countries. INSURANCE.*
kinds. Best Co's. for our business, home, auto, e
E. G. KUEBLER, 601 E. Huron S
Phone 1384 AIN ARBOR, MIC
A"Ma&ster-o
penl,
lOw ftnd

You will have pen
satisfaction for the
rest of your life.

SOLD AND SER-
VICED BY THE
MAKER HIMSELF
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}jVIVIOVALLY w
ViTE6O
FTTEs

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$1.00

Suits Cleaned and Pressed

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This week onlyjA NEAT job of Gold Leaf embossing! BEST BOARD and superior service. BUICK ROADSTER, model K-44;
on your Fountain Pen. 25 cents at Orchestra. Tables for girls. Rea- $300 cash. Lovejoy, 544-W. 1430
II RIAN, THE TAILOR RIDER'S PEN SHOP sonable rates.CVarsity Lodge Din- Cambridge Rd.
802 S. State 302 State St ing Hall, 611 Church Street. r
Phone 3342-M.GERMAN AND ,Bedgain Police dog.
PR__ _ REMEMBER THAT WE are the only ! BUSINESS TRAINING Eight months old, reasonable price.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS penmakers in Ann Arbor. We haver 1201 White St. 3466-M.
the tools, machinery, parts, and New term is opening at instruments.,
D)L W. S. MILLS skill to do your pen repairing as it IIAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE SURGICAL CASE with instruments. Al mt.kea of p m
Osteopathic Physician should be done. State at Williams Also miscellaneous instruments. fI r pe
1616 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. RIDER'S PEN SHOP Few medical books, I Manheim asl rep Il-sd.
Phone 321 F-1. 302 State St. Rad the Want Ads slide rule, 16 inches (new). Phone
1889-W. 1227 S. Univ.
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Have you picked your.
M . activity" yet?
If not, call at the Press building
and ask for any "Daily" man
to explain the opportunities the
Michigan Daily offers. Unusu-
all good chances for promo-
I tion for try-outs with selln a
I advertising ability.
=ii YOU CAN WORK IN THESE DEPTS.
Advertising Circulation
Publication Service
Accounts Contracts
ASK FOR THE BUSINESS MANAGER
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