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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES .
AT 3 P.M.

THIS
LASSIIE CLUMN
AES NC L PSE S
ADVERTISING AT 3 P,M,

NEW CLASS BEGIN-
NING TOMORROW

FOUNTAIN PENS
bop .nA NEAT job of Gold Leaf embossing
on your Fountain Pen. 25 cents at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
A Speial lir i. - - 302 State St

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TEl Stre G m an gae err io
a to Paris, his cred
iJAI POLIS FORBFIHElpllSj

FOR REYTa
ROOM either singleor double. Phone
1070-M. 612 Church st.
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.

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-3
ter Bldg. Washington D. C.
STUDENTS FOR summer work. In-
terviews by appoinment only. Phone
2118-R, 1005 Packard.
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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.
HAVE YOUR name engraved on your
Fountain Pen or Pencil and avoid
possible loss. Price 25 cents.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickel's Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
TYPEWRITER REPAIRIiC(
ALL MAKES. Agency Noodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
Ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plie.N Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWlI tE
EXCHANGE. Phone '866, downtown

semester examinations, academy au-
thorities announced today. Most of
those found deficient belong to the
fourth or newest class, 77 members of
which will have to leave the school
Nineteen members of the third class,
will be dropped and 7 turned back
and 7 second class men will be drop-
ped and 2 turned back. There were
no delinquents in the senior c la.
OREGON TO DEBATE IsITH
CALIFORNIA OERRAI

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TYPEWRITERS, portable and standl- ITIEl ,N OxirH R GtJ rrusn mo.isU
ard. Good machines. S. A. Moran,- now ready to help solve that vaca-
tion work problem that confronts.
711 N. Univ. Room 2, 2d floor, many college students. We have.
WELL FURNISHED room, 438 May- helped hundreds of students in the
nard. Phone 3126-1. last 3 years, let us help.you. Our
proposition nets good workers from°
FURNISHED ROOMS for two students $500 to $1000 per summer. Call
who want quiet place to sludy or 233-J from 1 to 6 for appointmentM
ideal place for married couple. as soon as possible as territory is
Phone 3472-M. after 11. going fast. R. J. Chick, L. B. Ab-
PLEASANT FRONT suite, single bed, bot, 336 S. Division, Phone 233-J.
Also roommate wanted. 715 E. ONE UNIVERSITY student as sales-
Huron St. m ian at spare time; easy sale, high
3 LARGE well lighted, warm, com- cl issio. See. Mr. Pan, 533
fortable double rooms suite(l for 2
or 3 students. Phone 3186-M. 618 WANTED
Packard.
rrn?!'1 R.', an STUD*ENTROOMMATE wanted. In-

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Annapolis, Feb. 14.-(By A.P.)-One
hundred and three midshipmen will
be compelled to resign from the naval
academy because of failures in mid-

IRViN i WARMOLT S, I.S.
Chiropodist and
Orthopedist
707 North University Phone 26

Children's Class every Saturday af-
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Eight one-
hour classical class lessons, $5.00.
Adults' Class every Monday andI
Friday night at 8 o'clock.
15 Modern Class Lessons, $5.00.
Dancing from 8 to 10 P. M. Private;
lessons daily, both Modern and Class-
ical. r
TERRACE GARDENS
Phone 241-R No. 22 Wuerth Areadr
Open Daily 10 A. f. to 10 P. M.
TYPEWRVITING
Your thesenand notes will be
promptly and neatly
TYPEWRITTEN
at
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
over "M" r Lunch,
322 South State 'Street.

GOLD .EVERSiA RP. on campus,
hearing inilials M. J1. S. 1108 Hill
St. or call :312-. Reward.
DRAWING SET lost at or between
High School and 937 S. State. Tel.
2271-W. Reward.
FOR 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.

pen"
You will ,have pen
satisfaction for the
rest of your life.
SOLD AND SER-
VICED BY THE
MAKER HIMSELF
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COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
ELE CTROLYSISI
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
224 Nickel's Arcade
Py Appointment only
Phone 1167-R.
3-6 p. m.

Eugene, Ore., Feb. 14.-An inter-
collegiate debate carried on for the
first time in history entirely over the
radio, is the plan of California and!
Oregon universities. While 750 miles
apart, teams representing the two
schools are scheduled on Feb. 29 to
discuss the question: "Resolved, that
the Bok peace plan should be adopt-
ed."
The winner will be picked by a nov-
el method which makes the vast

PORTABLE and standard typewriters,!
new and second hand. $25up. S.{
A. Moran, 711 N. Univ. Room 2, 2d
floor~.

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Tnv 1NGLE room,: opcnig on en -
closed sleeping porch. One large
enough for two. House in rear of
332 E. Madison. Call 1395-M. I
SINGLE ROOM, steam heat, plenty of
hot water. 311 Thompson.
1 SUITE OF rooms for two and
one single room. Call 2642-R, 6101
Church.
SINGLE ROOM. Large, light, warm,
$3.50. Sall 825-R.
LARGE FRONT single'room, 3 win-
dows, reasonable. 327 S. Divison.
Call 1188.
LAZRGE NICELY furnished suite.
Two blocks from campus. Few
other roomers. 115 N. Thayer, 15-
99-J.
1 LARGE front room on first floor.
2 ingle rooms on second floor. 42
Thompson St.
SINGLE OR double room in private
home. 1221 Prospect St. Phone.
3337-J.
SUITE for two or three boys.. Twof
block from camipu.s. $3 each. Call
Wilcox 2956-.
WANTED HELP
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.
LIVE, ENERGETIC, salesman. Easi-
est selling specialty on the market.
C. Wood, 904-R.

quire 119 N. Thayer.
VEGETARIAN BOARD near campus.1
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 5. Division.
. MUST HAVE $150.00. Will sacrifice
Men's coon coat for $100.00, and
$135.00 noiseless typtwriter for $50.
Phone 80 about 6 P. M.
7 OR8 ROOM modern house in south-
ast section. What have you?
all J. Carl Malcolm. 1713-M.
MUSICAL
KxEEP PHY SICALLY 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.
UNIVERSITYMUSIC HOUSE-
601-05 E. Williams St. Phone 1799
I ~TAILOR
HORACE CLAVEAU
Cleaning and Pressing
1221 S. University
SPECIAL'

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TYPEWRITERS
of the best standard makes $15.00 up.
'Easy terms if desired. Renting,
cleaning and repairing a specialty.
Largest stock in Ann Arbor.
O. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' ArcadeI
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona type-
writers. Typewriters supplies, Rub-
ber stamps, Rubber key caps, ribbons,
carbon paper, etc.
TYPEWRITING and MIMEOGRAPHI
promptly and neatly done.
Theses, students notes and college
work a specialty,
I 0. D. MORRILL °
17 Nickels' Arcarde
The Typewriter & Stationery Store

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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-MN.
COMPLETE SET OF brand new Ford
wheel including demountable rims
and tires. Call Riley, 2310-M.
GERMAN AND Bedgain Police dog.
Eight months old, reasonable price.
1201 White St. 3466-M.
SURGICAL CASE with instruments.
Also miscellaneous instruments.
Few medical books, I Manheim
slide rule, 16 inches (new). Phone
1839-W. 1227 S. Univ.

3iISCELLANEQ L'$ thrcng of listeners in along the Pacific
coast the final judges. Each amateur
STUDENT desiring lessons in Span- station will be entitled to one vote.
ish to perpare for exams call '1104. which can be cast by postal or letter , tat' 8*.
oSTEOPATIIJC PHYSICIANS to either of the broadcasting slitions All mr kes of pens
}which are to handle the debate. The
DR. W. S. MILLS final count will be announced within
Osteopathic Physician 10 days after the contest, the officials
1616 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. expect.
Phone 321 F-1.
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CHANGES IN ELECTIONS
TO BE ARRANGED TODAY
All students in the literary col-Gt
f lege who are forced to make } I
Schanges in elections or are desir-}I I
us to because of some good rea-}e
son may do so between 9 and 12h sty
Io'clock and 2 and 5 o'clock today }I ^il i r
in the Registrar's office in Uni- Wnd psona t
versity hall. All last semester's1=
grades will be mailed from theic
Registrar's office today as was
announced at the first of the a
week.
week. Man's Drug Store
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GARRICK Matinees = 213 Main t. Ann Arbor
G R C Wed. Sat.
THE'SELW YNS PRESENT
"THE FOOL"
By ChaIning Pollaoa )1 fC\K14

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MELODY Saxophone, good condi-
tion. Call 396 between G and 7 p.
m. and ask for Denman.

LOST
PAIR OF GLASSES. Reward.
217.
PAIR of long black gloves inI
waiting room Union on St
night. Call 240-M.
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON,g
in Tappan Hall, Library or b
these buildings. Reward. C
32-M.

Phone
Ladies'
aturday
glasses
etweenI
all 17-

MUST SELL my Chevorlet touring
car. New clutch; good tires; and
good motor. Call 2774-W.
MICROSCOPE, high grade Bosch and
Lomb. Pre-war lenses 4 and 16I
mm. objectives, sacrifice, McLennan
618 Packard. 3186-M.
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A PAIR OF
3186-M.

ladies gloves.

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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 phon-
ing between 7 and 8 in the evening.
Hjalmar S. Hansen, 555 S. Division, I
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.

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Suits Cleaned and Pressed
This week only
HERMAN, THE TAILOR
802 S. State
Phone 3341-M.

SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets

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Building, Dallas, Texas
ALFRED C. POSSOM,
Architect
Drawn by
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A DIBIG
PEN to see
you through
four years
This is a great pen for college
men and women! It is made by
the makers of Eversharp pencil. ~
It has a huge ink capacity ! And I
the Wahi filling device fills it plumb
full every time. It's a big pen.
But it is so nicely balanced and pro-
portioned that it fits into the fist most
comfortably.
The WahI Signature Pen writes the
instant the point touches paper. The
ink begins to fhow evenly - always
enough, never too much. The pat-
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Experts say it is the ultimate in
nib-making. It suits itself to any
hand-to any style. It is extra
heavy. The 14karat gold is tipped
with the hardest and finest grade
of iridium that money can buy.
The patented construction of the
cap makes it impossible for the pen to
leak in the pocket. The cap cannot
split, for it is strengthened by the plain
gold band. There are two sizes of the
Wahl Signature Pen-one at $5 for
women, and one at $7 for men! Other
Wahli Pens, $2.50 up!

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