100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 24, 1924 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1924-04-24

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I

I

tftS
COLUMN
CLOSS
AT 3 POM.

The Place Were You'll Be Satisfied
110 SPITALT SUPPLY CO.
Geri. Glitzenlilrn, Xgr.
Makers and Dealers in
uriC: anud Scieplifical -r: trumnul

I FOAL RENT
SINGLE ROOM, private family. Tel
1767-J.

AOV-ERTI SING

DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES
Charged at the rate of 12c per readinig line for one or two insertions, 11c pez
rending line for three o- more insertiloniL White space charged for at samez
rates. Classifieds charged only to-'those having phones. Ask about c ntracts
for classified advertising.
10c per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per "reading line for
three or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines-per insertion
Classif r4d Colma~n Closes at It o'Clock Noon, Saturday.

A bdeinal :Belts, Artificial Limbs
lBra ces, r ss Arch Support's
Experimental W'or-k of All Kinds
NMiC"rtone Knives Ground and Other
I}ine Grinding
Plating and Repair Work
210 1. Washington St.
Telephone 2904-HM
LOST

Fl;RNsI hD three rooms 2nd blath 1
for the sutmmer. Available afterI
J xnef 7. $40 pf-r mnt. ear Pack-
ardl and State. Cll2016-,T between
5 Yan d. 7 ). -Il.
TWO SNLE roomsw1lllighted, at-
ts'tl vlfished Iin )rivate lionme.
No sokig. Pice reasonable,
1018 lEast Unierty Ave. Phone{
123-~.

IVERY DESIRABLE 2" room light,'IIJIII~IIII~IiIIIIIIIlIfh~IIiI~~iil~ii
house keeping suite for 2 people,.
convenient to campus and hospital. I
Phone 3422..' T H '
ATRA.CTIVE single room, south east :
.ection. $3.60. Phone 3211-W.G1 .EYLUN
# OMFOR GIRL students or Bus! -
' ness women. 517 E. Madison, phone
3.307-J, .FS-iIadS
GROCERIESStOPals
COLLEGE Special Cof fee. Still 35ic 600 ..LIBE.TYSand
at '} 'Al.,E E (1W( HtV, 516.Es
Wiili'nns sSt.Fat-F nt
ISIOVEiR r
7### 7 *I ######I!##it lI 111#11# ###1#1##1##d Il

TI(

aches

r

WSCELLA1(ESOUS
RUGS SHIAMPOOEID or dust clew-ed.
tAnn Arb~or Carpet Cleauing W(,rks..
Phon~e 50.
Superfluous
Removed 1'ermianent1y 1)y
ELECTROLYSISj
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
13y apppointment only Phone 2267-R.
ORDERS FOR ngravinig should be
placed now to avoid~possible delays
atnd disappointment: .0 D. Morril,
17 Nickels Arcade, The Typewriter
&Stationery Store.
PA~Y A VISIT to L. G. G'oss" green-
house Geddes Road and see our
good perennial and annual flowerj
plants. Delphinium and Acquilig,-
eas two and three years old now
ready.

S*.-a. - .MIPARKER I)UOFOLD lpen, name on~
FOR SALE barrel. HI. J. Deason, 408 East
FO ~.1Washington. Phone 2172-J.
111l2 Street--Twelve rooms, income LF . -
LETON CONCRETE tennis courr"
fifty dollars a week. Let us show_
Tuesday night, a watch and fob.
you this property and give you price# Please return the fob. Kopf, Phone
anid terms. Will stand investigation. 2649-J. wt
(htkhind Ayeime--Ten rooms oakj COPY OF Copeland's "Problems i
1finish, fine condition throughout, large Marketing". Reward if returned to
lot, garage,, the terms are liberal. I W. C. Schwer, 603 E. Washington

an Serv

VACATIO

V 71 .. w. w . _ . _ .... __ __ _ I..

Whnere are you going to board? Y ou will get the best meals
prope-r balance and variety, and save money ine the bargain.

Varsity Lodge Dining Hall
611 Church Street

Read. The Daily "Classified" Colun

RIBNSEY '& 11LEIJlE
Phone 1194-R.
413 E. Liberty Street
ALL MAKES. Agency 0ioodsi~ock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
Ilug machine, Line-a-Time copy
Iholders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone '866, downtown
No. 9 QAnn viArihnr qC.-. D, 1.-r 'Mi.1-

GREY SQUIRREL choker, lost in or
near Majestic. Return to 825 E.

"cSiwi)crlorService"

NI-W'SPRLING hoMery in chiffon .and
hecavier grey anti tan shades.

1

8 Nickels Arcade
FOUNTIAIN PENS
RiDE:R'S REPAIR SERVICE is un1-
oiualed. Rteal work~manship and one
flay- service.
RIDEiR'S Pi SH-OP
302 State Street
NOW IS the- time to get yo~r portable
Victrola for the canoe trips. -See
Schaeberle & Son, 110 So. IMain St.
PORTABLE PIIf0OOOAPHI, $23.50.
JTact the thingl for your sing out-
ing trips. Easy terms if you wislh.
University Music House.

TYPING promptly done at reason-
able rates. Mrs. Hirsch, 551 Church
St. Phone 835-M.
TYPEWRITING and mimeographing
promptly And neatly done by experi-j
a'enced operators at c onsiderate
prices. 0. D. Morril, 17 Nickels
Arcade, The Typewriter & Station-
ery Store.
SHOE REP A1lIN
Full-soles a Specialty. Put on lasts !
and treed into shape. :Made to look
like ne6w. Give us a trial.
Ann Arbor Custom Shoe Factory
534 Forest Ave.
SHIOFS REPAIRED "while you wait,
Fuloll soles a specialty. 0. G. Andres'

University, 1656-R:.N-E 3.59 IPER WBEK; $5.50 WITHOUT BREAKFAST - I
DRESSMAKING & TAIL~ORlNG
IExclusive collegiate styles for E
young wyomen. Needlework of all
kinds. Experienced w, 'rkmanslilp. lw
}MRS. R. T. REAM
411 Thompson. Phone 2768-'W. '
____ ____ ____ ____ _ S
ENTERTAINMENT On your way to classes-or on your way home. - e ;,:
"TIlE; COLLEGE MA1IC'IAN" rCarry all student supplies-Blue-Books-Note Books
Engagemetns Solicited from Frater- I - Writing Paper--Ink--Pens--Etc.
nities, Sororities, Clubs 'etc.
927 S. State Phone 2727-R. YOU 5L LK ORST
NOTICE -
CALLING CARDS, Wedding An-Ir M- T ~f TOw
nouncements, etc. Orders given E
prompt attention. BIIDJ)LE'S BOOK ~Uiest
STORE, 11 Nickels Arcade. _ 1111 S. Uiest
WANTED TO RENT
or for the whole season. Phone 284. -
USED CARS
1923 DORT SIX sport model; copmli
equipment; excellent condition. 1___J11z~
E+ast Hoover Ave. Phone 3517 F-1. W .
w_____ Of the highest and best is here to aid
I us in serving-our safe deposit vault
assures you of ample secutity for
your valuab~les.
investment; in fF arn cers rdM caisB n
a RAider Qtttyy 101-105 S ,.MIa'n St. 330 South -state
W O y ,r '-s ,c ro trq p N
fns :n~y1 .ii , y " ".. ii a''«s o ~nrl° .a ia i"ri i+ a /wrr E
jJm wil py o i i-t111'ST

SCRANTON COAL-ALL SIZES
Empire Anthracite, $14.50 ton
Absolutely no impurities, low in ash, high in heat units.
Pocahontas Lump and Egg
Kentucky and West Virginia Lump. and Egg
Terre Haute Quick Fire Coke
- Produced solely for domestic purposes..
-OFFICE'
- CORNWELL BLOCK
Phones 81 -Fl1 and 220 7
Corll el Coal-Coke

:.

Canoe

lNOR BANJO nd case. Used btt
very little. $24.00. Pay as you play
U'niverslty Musics House.

I a

sc

SONiANDLIN'as lw is $13.0
Terms if you wish. University,
;Vlisic House.-

Z jLLS L or rent large house wvitlh
ccommodations for 24. Suitable
onr eith;er fraternity or sorority. ,.
rplendid loca tion. Phone Mrs.

HATS
Spring millinery for women at mod-'
oratie prices.
ANNA:F. WESCII
20(6,-L.iUberty cSt.,
Phone 1390-11
t FN ]LEMEN
.All jokes aside come in and get a
re ,l Honest to Goodness pair of shoes
made to your order.. From~ $8.50 and
up.
ANN ARBOR CUSTOIX:I SHOE a
FACTORY

Z ,'. .

Phone 159J Tor Yours
709 N UhniversiyAme.,

ECIAL RIDING I o or Ladies or
Gents for a few days, nIly at $15.00.
naeto your -m asiu'e. -AN~N AR-
)Olt CUSTOM S1I3OE _F1ACTORY.
Phone 37.2-MT. -j

S4UDE14BAKER .LIGHT SIX roadsterk
9i 23. Disc whell demonstrator, ful-
ly equzipped. Bargain, cash or will.
celIl on time. Phone 2558 -or call at

207 E. Washington St.
X3LI t' ReKdlSun Room Set,
Walnut dining table, Queen
$,25.00. Phone 3417-W.

$25.00
Aznne,

NOTHING is better 'for a gift than
a really beautiful Chinese Rug. To
!)e had in table mnat sizes at $5.00
up to carpet sizes. Mrs. H1.13. Mer-
rick, temporarily 818 Church.
WANTED
STUDENTS desiring work for sum-!
mrvacation can arrange for an atz
tractive sales propositon by calling
Ion 11. W. McMullen ait the Michigan II
Union Saturday Morning April 26th,j
from 10 to 12.
COOK and asistant for Camp workI
'during July and .August. For fur-
ther information call Robert Brown.
179.,

.
t
r
l
i
.
2

terest as long
live.

The same pen will be
a legacy to your
grand-children.
Sold and Serhiced

as you

R S T,

I
Si

ANNUA L

10 ROOM HOUSE with double garage
one F. U. $13,000. Small dlown
paymnent. Call 617 after 8 p. m.
LARGE LOT 200xl6t
2 -cellontly located on Cambridge
and 'Olivia. Will divide. Cash or

by Rider himself

PENS
NN.OIVI DUALLY
FITTED

IIl

terms. 1003 E. Huron. Phone 909. 1 ' n ~ U~~ ) ~' " eUr Isz 6 r.u c
___________________________ Good condition. Phone 189.
EVENING GOWN worn once. 538 Tap- MIIAR AL-IKE orsl
_____________________________ at original price. Call 3003-J.
L. C. Smith Tpyewvriter in good con- - -.-..- -.. .__________
edition. $25.00. Calla th Gas A FE~W positions are no available
Off ice. 1 to youing Women who can qualify S o
BARGAIN: Full set of Ludwig drums !ditions, meals at cot, with clean 302 State #st
Call after 4 p. m. 1925-W. work, permanent. Michigan Bell
S0-11 , FCiIfNTelephone Co. c-o Chief Operator, Perz Specialists
ix room house near car service, ex- adMi t
cellent location, large lit, garage andy DISHWASHER. Ask for Mr.. Foster
driveway. Sinfonia fraternity. 514 hop
Oak floors, hiot air heat, cistern, sone Street.
fireplace, every other convenience.f
R eal value at $8,000. Small pay-!
ment down. Iliff X1111 1 1i~~dt[111~ 1lll lllillt1U1I1Ii1~~
JARKENS & SON
Realtors
110 E. Liberty St.
Tel 345 Evenings 2596-J !
ESDNE ON FIERDON Road, Due to an error in yesterday's ad it was erroniously
:;teas. heat, four bedrooms, double sttdta=u eore r 7000 nodrta h
garage. x$12,500. Phone 3017-W. -sttdtaoureorear$700 . In rerhtte
______________________a ;public might always know the truth we wish to state that at ~
Military ball. Call 2866-M. the present time our capital is $600,000.
1922 FORD COUPE, driven 16 months
191'3 Studeb'aker Light Six Roadster, MICHIGAN MUTUAL SAVINGS ASSN.
dilsc wheels, bumper, motormeter,
and other accessories. Tires, uphoist- !!1111111111111111111111U -11NU11J#11111iItlll11111
ryandi finish in finest condition.
Ths a h s.behdiv nbyacaecarlllllllhallll11111111111b1111e11111111dr111111ren111111111by1
fu driver. A smart appearing car "
atasaving of several hundred dol-
tars. Call 2558. Wa 'htenaw Mot- SPECIAL BREAKFAST

11

II

AU I.ORJL

EARL V. MOOR E, Musical Director

CONCERTS

'AM

21 -2a22324

11 lOii , . ii O A1 l ii AIM Ii ..

II" 's Galv en

EN NY IRUEGER, Munich, Berlin and Madrid Operas - Soprano
DIJSOLINA GIAN'MINI, American-Italian Concert Star - Soprano
SO P IIE BRASLAIU, Metropolitan Opera - - - Contralto
SOPHIE BRASLAF;, Meropolitan Opera - - Contralto
TITO SCHIPA, Chicago Civic Opera - - - - Tenor
FORREST LAMONT, Chicago Civic Opera - - - Tenor

It

STARS
FROM

MANY
OPERAS
IN
MANY
CITIES

'VICE NTE BALLFSTER, Metropolitan Opera
I OYVA L DADMUITN, American :Artist -
C'ESARE BAIIONEO (Chase Sikes) La Scala Opera
SYLVIA LENT, American Virtuoso - - -
ALBERTO SALMI, Distinguished Artist - -
HAROLD BAUER,. a Master Player - - -
PALMER CHRISTIAN, Well-Know* n Artist -
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNITON-
EARLYV. MOORE, Conductor -
TH lE CHILDRE4' FESTIVAL CHORUTS,
GEORGE 0. BOWEN, Conductor -
THlE HICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor

- Baritone
- Baritone
- Bass
- Violinist
H -arpist
- Pianist
- Organist
'0 - a o ices

INSTRUMENTS
HARP
VIOLIN
PIANO -
ORGAN
ORCHE STRA
CHORUSES

or Co., 207 E. Washington St. 0
vening5.
WfIIL SELLA MY $1800 baby gr
piano, like new in every respect
$800. Might consider 'good tC
upright as part payment/.
Traver St.

)pen a
randve IAfter The
tforE1*t.Sr*iN/F1 3 Y~TT~11
1229 ,
at the

500 Voices

LA P INAVE RA (First Time in America)
C'&' A TmtI? 'rf/T~r..a- m in A vn{n

- - Respighi

4

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan