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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COLUMN
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LOST
FRIDAY NIGHT at the Union (lark
brown kid gloves, stitched with
brown silk and gold beads. Points
of yellow kid around the wrists.
Reward. Call 184.I

ADVERTISING

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DAILY CLAS&IFIED RATES GOLD WATCH in eastern part of city
Charged at the rate ef 12e per reading line for one or two insertions, 11c per Radio dial. Initials G. W. C. Re-
reading line for three tr more insertions. White space charged for at same ward. Call 188.
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about cntracts SUNDAY MORNING gold pencil on E.
for classified advertising. University between Oakland and
10c per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for Vaughn. Please call 2819-W
three or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion. *
"j mmi*-4h eAdTaker"3 BROWN LEATHER PURSE linea in
Classified Column Closes at 1 o'Clock Noon, Saturday. I tan and containing ten dollar bill,
some change, and two cents stamps
FOQR RENIT WANTED KIELP lost on N. Univ. or 12th Street be-

TYPEWRITING
TYPEWRITERS

of the best standard makes $15.00 up.
Easy terms if desired. Renting,
cleaning and repairing a specialty.
Largest stock in Ann Arbor.
Or D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
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.
O. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcarder t
The Typewriter & Stationery Store

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OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS
DRt. W. S. MILLS
Osteopathic Physician
1616 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 321 F-1.
COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfluous
FACIAL JAI.RlS
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
224 Nickel's Arcade
Iy Appointment only
Phone 1167-R.
3-6 p. m.
MISCELLANEOUS
BABCOCK'S EUROPEAN AND
AMERICAN TOUiR:

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MUSICAL DRESSMAKING & TAILORI
KIEP PHYSICALLY !+ ,'y the daily Exclusive collegiate styles
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen young women. Needlework of
on Records. Complete outfits sold kinds. Experienced workmanshl
by Schaeberle & Son. . MRS. R. T. REAM
411 Thompson. Phone 2768-1
USED BRUNSWICK phonograph
This is a bargain you will not of-1 ACIG
ten find. Pay same as rent. Uni- DANCING
versity Music House. TER RHOADE'S orchestra pre

CONN BAND and orchestra instru-
ments. We are exclusive agents
in Ann Arbor. Sold on the month-
lv payment plan. University \Music
House.

Jcoe- weeny and his -five-pie(
chestra.
Read the Want Y

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MODERN NINE ROOM house newly

deorated. Good location, Just off
E. University. Phone 3290.
DOUBLE OR SINGLE room with pri-
vate family. 10 minutes walk from
campus. Phone 2893-J. 421 Ben-
jamin St.
LARGE ROOMINGr house with stu-
dent furniture and room rented.
Call 617.
SINGLE ROOM, steam heat. Plenty of
hot water. 311 Thompson.
jFlQJ SAlLE
SORORITIES TAKE notice. For sale
one of the finest homes in the city.
Twenty rooms, extra large site.
YOU WILL LAUGH and enjoy The
Dover Road, Wednesday, February
20th at Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
OAK LIVING ROOM table and Axmin-
ister rug.
Will take a small contract as part.
payment on modern six room house
located between State and Main
Phone 617.
MODERN NINE room house, S. E. sec-
tion. Newly decorated. Lot 50x
150. Will trade forlarge income
property. Phone 2438.

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.
THE NORTH RIDGE Brush Co. is
now ready to help solve that vac-
tion work problem that confronts
many college students. We haveI
helped hundreds of students in the
last 3 years, let us help you. OurI
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.
THE NATIONAL SERVICE Bureau
specializes in employing only col-1
lege students for summer work.
They offer the opportunity to get
that greatest of all experience-
the ability to influence men. Our
work fits men for leadership and,
makes it easy for one to talk and
meet people. It is just the thing
for backward retiring men, and any;
fellow with an ounce of gumption{
can make $600.00 during the sum-
mer. No door bell ringing and a j
choice of territory that has not been
worked to death. You will' like our
work better. Let us prove to you
that you ian make $600.00. Call
723-M. between 1 and 6.

twen Arcade theater sand 119 Park
Terrace. Call 259-W.

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A LAPIS LAZULI ear ring. Finder TYPEWRITER REPAIfL76
please call 191. Reward..w- Europe, sailing June 21. Cunard
ALL MAKES. Agency vWoodstock and Line, visiting Ireland, Scotland, Eng-
ONE NAVAJO rug night of J-Hop in Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add- land, France, Italy, Switzerland, Bel-
Waterman gym. Finder please call 1g machine, Line-a-Time copy gium and Holland. $900, no extras.
1166. 516 E. Williams. Established 1900.
holdrs, ubbe stapsribbons,
SAT. NITE,,BUFF coat belt. Fyinier cushionkeytypecleaners and s,.pbiBsBCOCb'S TOURS
kindly call Baker at 3483-M.plies. Machines rented. J EAST ORANGE
OPEN FACED gold.watch, lost in ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER NEW JERSEY
Field House, Feb. 18. A snap trom EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
gold chain still attached to ring. ! I PALMOLIVE, KIRK'S Hardwater
Call 1328. BEAUTY SHOP Castile or Trilby Soap. 3 for 25c.
- "- - College Grocery, 516 W. Williams.
WANTED WHY LOOK OLD AT THIRTY?
Muscles Oil Facials lift the sagging(
ELOPING COUPLES take The Dover Imuscles, feed the tissues an d iron out 1BIG VALUE ON TOILET PAPER
musles feed he isses n diro ou large rolls crepe ......... . ....25c
Road from London to Paris. Their the lines. Violets rays eliminate tan- 4.100e rolls tisse... ....25c
adventure on the way present a druff, feed the scalp and restore your 3 1000 sheet rolls tissue .....1.25c
pleasing Comedy. Sarah Caswell hair to the luster of youth. 11 2000 sheet extra fine tissue ...19
Angell Hall, Wednesday, Feb. 20. ARCADIA BEAUTY. SHOP 1 Carton (4 rolls) A. P. W. super-
T Room 21 Wuerth Arcade fine$.....................89
HOME SUPPLY STORE
r Phone 1733-R.

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ORANGES-CARLOAD of Florida
sweets, direct from the grove. Pick-
ed the 8th of February. Ann Arbor
team track, 1st St. $2.50 bushel, or
75c per peck.
NEWEST MODEL Remington Port-
able, A-i shape, a bargain, $35.00.
Call Smith, 2553-W. noons or even-
THREE ACRES
To be voted into city In Spring.
Faces two streets. Hill to build on.
Electricity and water to be put in.
This in as opportunity to benefit
from rapidly increasing value. O nly
$2300 if taken at once.
L. D. Carr and C. J. Tremmel
17 Sav. Bank Bldg. Ph. 441-F-1.
venings Ph. 3034-R.
REAL .ESTATE
SPLE DID YAL CE
We have parties wishing to sell their
eleven room house, including stu-
"dent furniture at a very low figure.
This property must be sold quick-
..ly, well located, near campus and
lhospitals, every convenience. Price
x$13,500. Small palment down.
Tel. 845. Evenings 2596-J.
FOUND.
PAIR BLACK RIMIED spectacles
belonging to student who rode from
Ypsi to A. A. Friday night in Ford.
Owner can have same by asking for
Watson, tool room of new engineer-
ing shops and paying for this ad.
THE DOVER ROAD will please you.
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, Wednes-
day, February' 20.
APIECE OF LUGGAGE LOST 1DUR.
ING MARINE G AME. FOR IN-
ORMATION COMMUNICATE WITH
GEORGE CHAPMAN, ST. JOHNS,
;mICIIIGAN.
FOUNTAIN PENS
NEAT job of Gold Leaf embossing
on your Fountain Pen. 25 cents at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St
Read the Want Ads
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Make your skin truly beautiful
with this most wonderful,
scientific discovery. There is
io excuse now for a rough,
blotchy red skin.I

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 car be made by phon-
ing between 7 and 8 in the evening.
Hialmar S. Hansen, 555 S. Division,
Phone 2520-M. Howard A. Sheri-
dan, 223 Sfi. Ingalls, Phone 2758-3.
Robert C. Winter, 714 Haven Ave,
Phone 685-3. Arnold S. Gingrich,
810, Dewey.
TWO MEN NEEDED for work next
summer. Phone 1273-W between
6 and 7 tonight.
A ROOM-MATE for neat agreeable
man student. Private home. All
conveniences. Dormitory, 5 minutes
walk from campus. 508 Elm St.
Phone 3368-R.
SITUATION WANTED by young col-
ored man as porter. References.

r-uine 112 Free Delivery
YEAR BOOKS,
FOR
Fraternities, Sororities, Dormatories
FOR BETTER PRINTING AT LOWER
RATES, SEE USs

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STETSON

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MR. FRED TONES, representin: . a
M'ilion dolla21 conipanv will be atl
the Allenel Hotel today to inter-
view men for next summer's work.F
Minimum eraninvs guaranteed five
dollars a day. Call hotel for per-
sonal appointment.
BOARDS

DROP "UP" AND
SEECu. U
Byher Arcade Theatre.

" Youmjbr Seter impressions"

Style and Quality are the two essentials of
a good hat, but it does not pay to buy one
without the other. AllStetsonshave both.
STYLED FOW 'YOOuNG M ENl

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Phone 371.
WHOLESOME FOOD, home-cooked to CHINESE RUGS
a queen's taste, with unexcelled ser-
vice and music thrown in at Varsity MERRICK-FETTE Chinese Rugs on
Lodge Dining Hall, 611 Church St. display in Koch and Hene window.
Begin any day. Tables for girls. 302 S. Main St.

Wanted:

Ald erdsing Men!

Dou OWant to learn more about

this great field?

Are you willing to devote at least one hour a day
1--Solving real merchandising problems?

2-Planning advertising campaigns?

3--Writing copy for Daily advertisers, thus ac-
quainting yourself with the fundamental
principles of all advertising writing?

4--Carry out marketing researches?

You probably would, especially if you knew that by so doing you stood
a good chance of helping to pay your way through school.
If you DO want to combine some practical training with the theoreti-
cal, as hundreds of successful Michigan graduates have done for the
past thirty years, come to the office of THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Drop up this afternoon, or any afternoon this week, and ask for
member of the upper staff on the Business Department.

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Cleanses thle skin, whitens the skit

Hire's Proof That Advertising Piy
Famous Wrigley BDilding in Chicago Being Doubled in Sb.
' The part of the Wrigley Build- Here is a concrete (as wells a
ing erected two years ago has filled steel and glass) prof of the
such a want that the north section, ing that "advertising av Ia

"Michigan Daily training is

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