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THEMICIGAN_ DAILY _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 PA

F0UNTAIN PEN INK
REMEBER that Rider told you Dia-
mond Blue Black Ink was the best
fountain pen ink. Now you know it
is good.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP |
302 State Street

of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged,
Cleaned & Repaired
0. 1 ). O i I
17 Nickels' Argpde
The Typewriter & Staticnery Store
Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith

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TYPEWRITERS

TYPEWRITIN
MAKES. Agency Woo6,stock and

P.M.

AD

TI ING

Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
i'g machiire, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sip-
pties, Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
No. 9 Ann Arbor Sax. Bank Bldg.

GE ILEMEN oscow April 21-Establshment of
All jokes aside come in and get a ving synagogue' similar to the
eH stSovet "living church" is planned
meal Honest to Godes sair ofsn .wish Communsts at Poltava.
mrey characterize the present syna-
up. goAsues "s da" with superstition and
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHIOE ignorance.
"4 A rf P"l i c . #

"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. (luick] y.-Adv.

MISCELLANEOUS
CALLING CARDS, Wedding An-
nouncements, etc. Orders given
prompt attention. BIDDLE'S BOOK
STORE, 11 Nickels Arcade.
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50..
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
By appointment only Phone 1167-R.
FOUNTAIN PENS
RIDER'S REPAIR SERVICE is un-
equaled. Real workmanship and one
day service.-
RIDER'S PER SHOP
302 State Street
FOUNTAIN PEN INSURACE
Have your name engraved on your
pen or pencil, price 25 cerfs Buy ra-
tiobally known fountain pens sad Ink
from
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade,
and forget your troubles
RUSICAL
NOW IS the time to get your portable
Victrola for the canoe trips. See
Schaeberle & Son, 110 So. Main St.
FOR SALE
WILI SELL or rent large house with
accommodations for 24. Suitable
for either fraternity or sorority.
Splendid location. Phone Mrs.
Marksman, 1680-R.
S'ECIAL RIDING boot for ladies or
Gents for a few days only at $15.00
made to your measure. ANN AR-
BOR CUSTOM SHOE FACTORY.
Phone 312-M.
STUDEBAKER LIGHT SIX roadster
1923. Disc whell demonstrator, ful-
ly e41uipped. Bargain, cash or will
sell on time. Phone 2558 or call at
207 E. Washington St.
BLUE Reed Sun Room Set, $25.00
Walnut dining table, Queen Anne,
$25.00. Phone 3017-W.
10 ROOM HOUSE with double -garage
one E. U. $13,000. Small down
payment. Call 617 after 8 p. m.-
Adults Class every Monday and Fri-
ay night at8.00.15~ odern Class
lessons $5.00. Dancing from 8 to 10
P. M. Private lessons daily, both
modern and Classical. We specialize in
teaching children.

FRATERNITY

OR SORORITY

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We are pleased to offer a thirteen room house on Hill Street for sale. Approximately 1 1-2 acre of ground beautifully.landscaped; large

trees.

First Floor-Large living room with fireplace, dining room (will accommodate about 2; persons), music room, library, butler's pantry,
large kitchen. Finish is oak, oak floors.
Second Floor-Seven large bedrooms and bath, linen storage room.
Third Floor-Dormitory large enough for three extra study rooms, sleeping accommodations for forty persons.
Basement-Hot air heating plant, large coal room, fruit and vegetable room, laundry facilities.
This beautiful home is well adapted for a Fraternity or a Sorority. Price and terms reasonable.
For further information or for an appointment to see this property call
MR. NEWTON With

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CHARLES L. BROOKS

REALTOR

215 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.

Phone 315

SHOE REPAIRING FOR RENT
GARAGE: First class, near South
Full soles a Specialty. Put on lasts Division and Packard. Call 663-W.
like new. Give us a trial. FRONT SUITE on first floor with
Ann Arbor Custom Shoe Factory piar-o and furnished. Direct front
534 Forest Ave. entrance. 332 E. Madison.

COLLECTIONS-EVERYWHERE

Give the children a piece of WRIGLEY'S
after every meal. It satisfies the craving
for sweets and the chewing of the gum
will help digestion and act as a pleasant,
antiseptic cleanser of mouth and throat.
You would "give almost anything" if the
children would keep their teeth clean.
Why not reward them with

PERSONAL SERVICE

DEBTORS TRACED

We Collect and Remit

VACATION IS OVER

Where, are you going to board? You will get the best meals!
with proper balance and variety, and save money in the bargain.

Michljgan Credit Adjustment Co.
317 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG.

afer eery meal

Varsity Lodge Dining Hall
611 Church Street

10 Years' Experience With Student Accounts

NO COLLECTION-NO CHARGE

TELEPH[ONE 2709-2497-J

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"Superior Service"

$0.50 PER WEEK; $5.50 WITHOUT BREAKFAST
$16,500-14 Rooms and Dormitory $3,000
Down
This house is completely furnished!
with student furniture and bedding.
Six rooms on first floor with two fire-j
places, finished in oak and oak floors.
Six rooms and bath on second and two
on third besides the dormitory.
Large lot, 66;d32 and only two blocks

OPPORTUNITY
Is Coming Your Way
It will knock at your door several times during the next few weeks.
Will you welcome this opportunity?
A strictly modern duplex, just put on the market, as owner is leaving
town. 'his two-family is separate from the basement up to the roof. Each
side has six rooms and sleeping porch, separate heating plant and attic,
oa kfloors and finish below, linen closet, chute and laundry; a-o fine
entrance ball with coat closet. Kitchen has built-in cupboards with oak
finish and oak floors. .This house is just like new; only built six years, and
has had cxcelcnt care. I1 is located on one of the best paved streets of the
city, only three blocks from campus, near school, and it an excellent resi-
dential section.
MR. WHEEILER
Ann Arbor Home Builder's Assn.
4tS First National Bank Bldg.
Phone x385 Evenings 2444-M-1456-M-1205-R

and have the very reward itself do the
work! Try it for a month and observe
results. Three cents per day per child
will pay the bill and make them happy!

SEALED IN ITS PURITY PACKAGE!
TPER'ECT GUM
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from campus. Look at this for 1
ment or a home 'with income.

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THIRTY-FIRST

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iRS. ADA GUSTINE
716 First Nat'I Bank Bldg.

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Phone 835-Fl

TERRACE GARDEN
DANCING STUDIO

On Brooklyn Avenue

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Phone 241-R

No. 22 Wuer h Arcade1

Attractive home on one of our prettiest streets and in an ex'-

Open Daily 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
clUsive residence section.

GRANVGERAVE

Seven rooms, finished in oak and ivory enamel, steam heat, fire-
lace, French doors, tile floor in bath room, built-in tub, hammered

LOT

brass

One of the best lots left on Grang-
er Ave., priced for quick sale.

electric fixtures.
Large lot, shade trees, double garage and drive way.
An altogether lovely home that cannot fail to please you and
remarkably low figure of $14,500-$2,500 down will handle.j

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EARL V. MOORE, Musical Director

CONC R T S

21- 12

L. D. CARR &
C. J. TREMMEL
17 Say. Bk. Bldg.

at a

j stGalasiaEvent

Call ALBERT GREINER with

441-F1

Evenings 2761j-M

H arkins & Sonr

EMMY KRUEGER, Munich, Berlin and Madrid Operas - Soprano
JUSOLINA GIANNINI, American-Italian Concert Star - Soprano
SOPHIE BRASLAU, Metropolitan Opera - - - Contralto
SOPHIE BRASLAUT, Meropolitan Opera - - - Contralto
TITO SCILIPA, Chicago Civic Opera - - - - Tenor

Realtors

$21,000
Buys this house just right for a
Rooming House.or small Frater-
nity or Sorority.
Large living room, dining room,
sun parlor and kitchen on first
floor.
Five large bed rooms on second
and two on third.
Hardwood finish-modern and;
in first class condition.I

110 E. Liberty Street

Telephone 345

2965-J

STARS
FROM
MANY
OPERAS
IN
MA NY
CITIES

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FORREST LAWONT, Chicago Civic Opera - -
VICENTE BALLESTER, Metropolitan Opera -
ROYAL IDAI)UN, American Artist - -
CESARE BAROMEO (Chase Sikes) La Scala Opera
SYLVIA LENT, American Virtuoso --
ALBERTO SALVI, Distinguished Artist - -
HAROLD BAUER, a Master Player - - -
PALMER CHRISTIAN, Well-Known Artist'-
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
EARL V. MOORE, Conductor - -
THE CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL CHORUS,
GEORGE 0. BOWEN, Conductor -
THE CIIHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor

- BaTenor
- Baritone
-Baritone
Bass
- Violinist
Harpist
- Pianist
- Organist
- 300 Voices
500 Voices

INS TR UMENTS
HARP
VIOLIN
PIANO
ORGAN
ORCH ESTRA
CH ORUSES

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LA PRiMAVERA (First Time in America)
SEADRIFT (First Time in America) -

- - Respighi
- - - Delius

Two blocks from campus.

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