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reading line for three or more insertions. White space charge11 for at same
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FOR RENT
LARGE FRONT ROOM-Fo4r win-'
_dow; window seats, two built in
-closets. Suitable for two or three
men students, teachers or married]
couple. 1110 Oakland.
TWO ROOMS AND A KITCHENETTE
furnished $10.50 week. 110 North
Ingalls.
TWQ ROOM SUITE. 'Half block1
from Campus No other roomers. {'
$8.00 per, week. 213 S. Ingals.
Phone 3050-W.1
A LARGE GARAGE for one car. 511
Cheever Ct. Phone 516-..
A VERY DESIRABLE newly furnished
-room to be shared with a congenial
student. Phone 2717-M. 925 S.
State.
SUITE FOR TWO, three blocks from
camnpus. Sleeping porch. Excel-
lently furnishd. Reasonable. rate.
Call 29'99.
,FOR RENT-Large front room, steam
heat. Phone 1194M. 422 E. Wah-
lngton.
FOR RENT
11. Three room sand bath, heat and
-water furnished, three blocks
from campus, $50 per month.
2.. Four room apartment dear Univer-
sity hospital, heat and water fur--
nished, $50 per month.
3. Six room apartment on South
State Street, steam heat and water
furnished, $65 per month.
4Six room brick house two blocks
from campus, sleeping porch, steam
heat, heated garage; possession on1
or before November 1st. $65 per
month.
5. Seyen rooms and bath, slepingt
porch on White Street, $85 per
month.
6. Eight room Colonial on one of the
best residential streets in Ann Ar-'
bor, large sun parlor, two built-inI
tiled bath rooms, 'double garage;1
Wpossession at oce.
all 14r. Newton with
CHAS. L. BROOKS
215 1First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
" Phone 315. Evening 206-
BEAUTIFUL SUITE J or two or three
studnts Convenient t campus
: and hospital. Price reasonable.
-Phone 1686-R. 711. E. Ann.
A PLES ANT DOUBLE ROO 0M
;,congenial family. One block from
campus. Call 694-.
-BEAUTIFUL SUITE for light house-
keeping for student and wife or in-
Istructor and wife. Newly decorated
711 E Ann. Phone 1686-R. Reas-
onable.
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING apart-
i.;ments, new and modern, suitable for!
couple or four students. Resn
-able. Call 1131-J or 2977-W.
SINGLE ROOM -One block from
campus, sunny room, running hot
water. Only two roomers. Call
'Sering 396.
SMALL SUITE on second floor, $8.00
double, $G.00 single. A large dou-
ble room on third floor. '$7.00 don--
ble, $5.00 single. Pleasant rooms.l
912 Monroe.

P960
TO BUY 8-10 rooni house. East of j
Main St. Dox A. GI.
TO 'BUY a m-el loz lg ' slide rule.
Call Lyons 27188lbetv ween a.5:80 andi
7:00.
S..TDE11NTS WANTED )to .',,11 (1vencl -
able nursery sto-k during spare j
Stime. Commission paid weec.tkly.j
For terms write or c..il Eflaril -=.I
j.Willems, 427 Cross Strect. PhoneI
1236-J.
1 L 7 l r m 'fT A 'tv t't - ~_ L . .t . . ._..:.

FHarvard-H-Iarvard. Lampoon has d e-
St'ided to take a turn to the good. Clean
humor will be the outstanding prin-
*ciple in this year's policy. This is
not an'attempt to lead reform on the
campus, but rather an attempt to be
original. 'Support from the gradu-
ates Is desired and expected.
Falb =- Sophomores defeated the
class of '27 in recent fence rush. Only
a few freshmen were able to reach the
'fence, and fewer still hung on. The
sophomores 'also took the wre-gtling
event. The freshmen fought hard at
every turn but were' outclassed.
university of Kentunyi- The Uni-I
versity of Kentucky: basketball build-
'i ng is rapidly, nearing completion. Aj
great deal of difficulty was experienc-
ed in l.ayintg the found~tionn as" the
site is over a swamp of some years'
rstanding. The 'building probably will
be completed in January provided the
foundation is found sound.
Princeton-Dr. 19dwin W. Kemmer-
er, one of the more prominent of theC

Jtr e (l g sWc,.)(tworV ws on o r aa u
er' o g sS. C. A. library rearranged.NE
The library itself, which includis N )
money for the new million dollar stad-- th~e latest in magazines and in leadihng
l mi are being given- attention. The= ne wspaners of the country w as given
stadlium ought to be completed by next p'articular attention.
-fall, according' to university expeceta- "In short," said Mr. I-I. C. Coffmian,,
tions. the executive secretary,. "Lane hallj
______ -has been given every possible atten-
HOME OF S.' G. A.1 tion that would make it a better place' The
IS ItE D ZC OI , ATE iDo al students interested. in its wet-
Lane hall has been redecorated deri- ;" Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
ing the summer vacation. New paint- quickly. Av
ings wtYere placedl on the walls, the I Patronize The Daily advertisers.I1 Read
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Kentuky- Egg and -Lttrnp

West Va. Egg and Lump

Pocahontas and Coke
1 MEDIATE IDELIVERY

COMMON AND FACE BRICK

W IU A - i itnt ebr .t 0i11C. '
Art1f s J OAa3rber Shop. 717 No. i-I from a six months tour of South Am--i
versity. erica. Dr. Kemmerer was one of the
The tig A1bQ. committee sent down to the Republic P-O~ E 81-Fl n 20
GIRL, CASHIlER for C( rs,:br:a. Noon Saihtrn si agr of Columbia to straighten out the de- I
adevenin 2---m- ~ l fr according to recent dispatches from plorable financial tangle into whichl Office - Cornwell Blocks
trustworthy lrei.:>on r.>o.lio afe- Spain. Revolutionists recently ar- that country had fallen.
tei. I rested at San Sebastian the Spanish ___
-- j ~~minister of foreign affairs, Santiago Wlest -Ocor-pdgsf-
S'IT1D: [' rPwith -<r 1 r'inlm. (1 oo-1 pay !Albo.
P hone 11 onvr ISt8-lt. YtIIIIi
AN IN.SUtt I': el (±o-"Rpl A.VA..I C)NEIY.EI --
stating phone mnub , wvoje alpoint- JP N iiN altUJi~=
went. Care of !Michi~ an 1 ".Ily, Box.I
M. and C. a -
_________________ In recognition of the accomplish- -
YooUN a Yarevix Dtirmn aments of William J. '1Vc il, an in- =.E
to ~ ~ ~ ~~r twRtCirevi ~~loomsi, stru or in the College of'Pharamcy -
620 E Liberty. who has been conduc~ng comprehen- t RUGS ON DISPLAY
- - sive experiments on the "electroinetric r
('4)SiH1)"'C iI4I titration of alkoloids," the research T
committee of the American Pharma- c.
Rea< Ii hu r'rnuou 11. ceutical society has awarded him $20.' =
A1,I AISIi order that he may continue his LIBERTY 'STREET
l~eio~ed 'I~nwuilv IWork a long this line.
ElioysThe research has been carried on ~ -
ELE;CTRO- COAT]"i IYC SERiVICE for several years and the results of =
I-lou rs:I his experiments have been published
nt 2 iklsAcd i several articles in scientific period- = from 1 5 n. by 1 n. to 1 2 ft. by1 ft. G n' lS Tans,Brws
4.'10 . M. (2nd Floor) l ials. According to Dean Edward H.by yI ' UI. suS
MIS(E4LA:-E015- I raus of the Colege of Pharmacy, ~ If you do not find what you want you may order any size and any combination of colors
t'll is t heafirst time h in enetye ars- from large assortment of hand painted water color designs by Chinese artist.-
S1PEIAL StiIXsmon Lilis inem1Ybo rip ait that sucha wr a be aet
- Y. M. C. A. IX.50. All h~iivilr~ge5 I a memiber of the faculty of the school. C $at an w f r o - wib s af. S e a l - aa d g'OF a e n ty I i
the Y. M. C. A. 35t LOST$e iI oormsL deo Faenly Isgi
,t tl*_ _______ C =Nfonan pe rdy
- CNK~N funtin en ridy. Best quality wool guaranteed. Perfect workmanship and best dyes. What you cannot
I-- -- -- Owners name oan cap. Call Maro~ie tee i efc ht cnse e sinet wv.-hne
A WATCH, Seot. 29. (}wui may hov eI Bronson. 1575-W., see aboutths rug s aspefc as ta youcase.Nw ssnm t on wy-hpe
same by Iprovng proprty u:d paxy- _ =-Ags-11h
ing for this ad. Call 5313 Thomipson, i ELGIN wrist wtch without meal I Agut10h-
north flat. band. Bernice Stabler. American 'PHONE 265-J
l________________ otel. Phone 123. -
__________________ .IR1 . H. iB. IvERRIKi.
' * - -_______________- PAIR OF GLASSES with lighit-colored r -
-A IMri -al~' idW.~ horn rnis an grey leather case. -92$ CHURCHT-IST EE
cry day somneI i; lag ( ci't. ndrI please call 452. - - - - -f
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Phone 183-Rt.
IAIWISMITI
ALL IKINDS of trunk and door key,.
Fitting keys and openin locks; spe-
cialty. 1133 W H-uron St., Phione
2-198 Keeler.
08'I1EOPATHIC PHlYSICI tiS
Dr. Carrie C. Classen
510 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. °
Phones: Office 1636; M~s. 2451
Hours by Appointment

N. S. Auditorium and Higli School
building Monday forenoon. -Louise
Flower. Phone 1457-M.
I GOLD EVERSHARP valued as a gift. '
IProbably in Union. Call1 Bradyj-
I2420-W . Reward.
PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN. Please
leave at Daily Office. Rewvard.
LOST PURSE-Black combination
card1 case, coin purse and bill fold.
°Lost Wednesday morning in the rest
Iroom of the N. S. Bldg., oe~ the
Library. Please return to 1016 For-
Iest or call 1283. Reward.
NEAR NURSES DORMITORY a black
fox scarf. Finder return to office of I
IMartha Cook Bldg.

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Dr. AV. S. Mills
Phone 321-;-1
616 First Nat'l Plank 11ldg.
H-ours: 9-12; 1 :30-5

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- FOR SALE
.Same day optical service. Arcade
Jeweler and Optometrist.
FORD TOURING, good condition, $75.
'Call at 1513 S. University after 5:00
'I N4USTCAL-
2' SAXOPHONES-One 13b Soprano,
~other Eb Alto. Conn make. In good
--condition. Call after 7 p. m. Wen-E
Sdell Holmes. 733 S. State St.
SAXOPHONE-Gann C melody. Nearly
new. Phone 288-J. 503 Monroe St.
SNARE DRUM and 2 guitars. Phone
1046-M. 1244 W. Huron.
PROFESSIONAL Saxophone and Clar-
-onet instructor, from Detroit Studio
Sdesires pupils in Ann Arbor. ForI
complete information call Glazer af-
' ter 7 p. 14. 1967-W.

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t.4hen you're safre it's
been progerlydressed!"
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$ 350

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Today

WANTED
TWO OR THREE unfurnished rooms
or small apartment suitable for club
rooms. Box 10-L,
Young Women to work part time at
'the telephone office.-Meals at cost'
at the company's cafeteria. Miss
B. Edwards, chief operator. Cor:.
Washingtoni and Main.
WTANTED students to know where to
- -get a fine suit and overcoat forE
$29.50, made up to your measure,!
in the latest style and best work-
- ianship., Runde, 913 Monroe St.

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