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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SE <IONA 1 OKCAS, lapsster-
THIS e(optiCan," typewriter, antique Ocr-
COLUMN man clock. 331 E. Liberty.
CCLOe~s.CCOSt I)ANCI1NG
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Students' washinig and ironiin ;. Ji o
N. lugalls. 2569.

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ANN AU~l~OU~. 'l'Y;'l~1\vRlTl~l~
EXCI lANCE
Ci [ON!' ~4(;
l)rri'< i.i ~, OO(11~ OCF~ 0101 Oliver Tvne-
wro' r~. ~ >~i r~n~ Adding Ma-

lXiilelv ond l~ iijo 1'~:nl Jo; p
that (~ipl1lt. l~e i0;1i' S u;; do:-
ing cur Sept;iiih~r ile u~i
l)OiMlla1~ iio;1 pip' p q I '; S~ '1' 'I :iI >-
prlce([ anu sold on I h pa sv >~
1)1011.
Li~iv('PrItY Al ii zIt' ii 1)0 -~

jjI !I ur ke's Dancing' IPavilion, Whitmore
'.".. " - . ..". -' L be.Adv.
10c per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for BOARD)
three or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines penr insertion.!
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, li1c per: BDOARDPRS-Can accommodate sv-

for large singile l'owin UPP l);'- L
from Campus. $4.00 per e.
I1. C. Annas, 820 E. -Wtashl ,,tors.
A. FIRST CLASS l,.undresswat
work of college6 girls. Wy'
equipp~ed to h andleodaini y t; -, t
carefully. ('ontr ,cts;to s~oI
houses. -Call 1171-AlM or 2115-WVa
your conlvenlience.

V iLes ood iiarhil 's at reasonY-
'ill . 11N. Univ. Thu. 2, 2nd

iversi1,ity Mui ilos
Phlone c17 9!).
j MICIIAN PEILT
Watchfobs--fij II jewecle gardpirns
--ladies adsetlcr ees
riflis--wate~ll clia rms. A full2 line
or l1he best i'wlr. a i n:4
,.,very repirngin our own shiopj.
ARNOLD, ~~STATE SlEiET )jVEE~
j 302 S. State

reading line for three or more insertions. White space charged for at same
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about contracts
for classified advertising. jme.tiA ak"

VOR RENT
FRONT SUITE furnished for two.
One large single room. It. Daly,
"755 E. University
FOR RENT-One suit, furnished, $7
for two. No smoking. Telephone
637-R.
ONE SINGLE and one double room,
reasoi able, ideal location. Call
2897.
LARGE ROOM for two students.
Two blocks from campus. 425 So.
Diviion. Phone 1565-J. Second
floor.
LARGE SINGLE ROOM in private f -
'mily. Near State on Packard, $4.50
per week. 737 Packard.
OCCUPANT WANTED for double
room. Excellent location between
Williams and Jefferson. Rate rea-
sonable. Phone 2816-M; 408 So.
5th Ave.
FOR RENT - Light housekeeping
apartment, also garage. Call 3443-J
1340 Volland.
STANDARD 'and Portable Typewrit-
ers, good machines at reasonable
rates. 711 N. Univ. Rm. 2, 2d floor.
LARGE PLEASANT front room for
two or three girls. Two blocks
from campus. Inquire Mrs. Harriet
McCotter, 821 E. Huron St. Phone
1521-R
ONE pleasant double room near Ferr
Field. Private family. $.00. 91
Sybil.
THREE VERY well lighted double1
rooms for boys. Reasonable and
iellocation 812 Catherine St.
ONE SUITE and one double room.
Rates reasonable. 517 Benjamin.
1665-W.t
ROOMVS SUITABLE for business con-
cern for society. Reule-Conlin Co.
LARGE SUITE and one single room1
for students or business girls. Also
hoard. 328 E. Williams. Phone
'2578-J.
A LARGE downstairs front room for-
two. Rent reasonable, 715 Pack-
ard.
ROOM for instrutor in private familyj-
rnear the campus. Phone 541.
FIRST FLOOR house keeping suite.
Private entrance and semi-private
bath. 203 S. Thayer. Phone 137-R.
NICE FRONT ROOM first floor will
rent either double or singl. Rent
reasonable. 923 Greenwood. Phone
2865-W.
BIGHT clean front room for two boy
students. Two single beds. Mod-
ern conveniences, 1030 Church S:,
Phone 1421-W.
FINE FRONT ROOM down stairs and
two excellent suites on second floor.
Good dorm available if desired. Call
at 422 Hamilton Place.
FOR RENT-Double room, 5120 E.
Ann St.
ONE SINGLE A~ double room. Run-
ning water, steam heat. Large clos-
et rooms. 500 Catherine St., Phone
2454-J.
ONE 4 and one 6 room modrn apart-
ment, two blocks from camnpus, for!
married couples., 171-M or 1661-
I4enings. J. Karl Malcolm.
ONE double 'room, two blocks from
campus. $3.00. One single with
roomate, $2.75. Call 1211-R.
SINGLE and double rooms, newly fur-
nished, near campus. Also rooms
for light housekeeping. Prices are
right. 906 Greenwood Ave.
PLEASANT dingle room for girl with
private family. 167 Geddes.
Phone 2907-M.?

LARGE FRONT suite on 1st floor for
men students or coupl'e. 521 E Jef-
ferson. Ph~one 1422-W.
LARGE FRONT, SUITE for 2 or 3
men students. Private lavatory,
running water. 10121 E. Huron..
9Phone 2792.
A FRONT SUITE-Two or three boys.
315 S. Division. Phone 2332.
FOR, RENT-Single room $3. 803 Law-
rence.
TWO DOUBLE ROOMS in new house,-
three blocks from =campus. 711 °S.
Division.
PLXEASANT ROOM may be had for $5,
a week single, or six dollars for
two. 904 Packard St.
SHAE in large room; east expo-~

GIRLS PLEASANT ROOMS and food
board not far from campus. Rea-
sonable prices. 2378.
P~LEASANT ROOM with young couple
one half block from State. Call
506-J.
FOR SALE
INK
Mixed inks usually flow poorly. Good
fountain pen ink is scarce. Fill
your pen at our free filling station 1
and be convinced that our special
ink is always reliable. It pays to
buy the best ink.
Rider's Pen Shop
302 S. State St. f
Same day optical service. Arcade}
Jeweler and Optometrist.
NEW ls. & E. DRAWING SETS-Isar-
fans. Inquire 920 Monroe St
Phone 990-W.
STANDARD AND) PORTABLE Type-
writers, goodI machines at reason-
able rates, 711 N. Univ. Ran. 2, 2nd
floor.
H-AND KNITTED sweaters made of
the beautiful newv Sig-Knit-lling
Yarn. On display at 923 Greenwood
Ave. Phone 2863-W.
TWO 1921 Ford Raceabouts. One isj
fully equipped, starter, top, wind-
shield, disc wheels, etc. Engines
completely overhauled. All worn
parts replaced with new. Call at
1309 Geddes Ave. I

1 ral girls with board. iPrivatefamn--
ily. Block north of Campus. Phone
2448-IR.
A FEW young men to board in private
home. Reasonable rates. 500 Cath-
erine St., Phone 24544J
BOARDERS-Can accommodate 12 ori
I15 m en with board. Private family.
Home cooking. One-half block
north of campus. Phone 2759-R1.
FO UND1
A' place to have jewelry and watch
repairing promptly done.
Arcade Jeweler.
Students bring your laundry to 123j
tChapin St., or call 3034-M1. Mrs.
Louis Tessmer.
WANTED HELP
n CANVASSERS WANTED.
"Kimberly Hills" is Ann Arbor's most
beautriful subdivision.: ftots have
but to be shown to sell.
We want twelve honest fellows able
to intelligently present a project
without misrepresentation for or-
ganized canvassing abo'ut two hours
daily, to locate prospects. We show
the property, close the deal, and'
give you every co-operation. Pre-
ceding your call, we lily mail a fold-
er which will awaken the prospect's
interest.
This is strictly on a commission basisj
but it's nlo trick at all for a diligent
worker to find two buyers a* weekt,
which will net him thirty-five and
fifty dollars. Your license will cost
you $2.00, but we will refund you
that with your first sale.
Talk it over with Ralph Sprenger in
our office. between 3 and 5, or 7 and
8 Monday afternoon or evening.
CHfAS. -E. GALLULP-'CO.,
206-7 Nat'l B'k B~ldv~.

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1 to
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WANTED-To buy= violin.
2235-tip..

i'holle

el'rs. The Otly port alle -with a
stitndardkecy board.
Black, t604 E Madison. 1809

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UPPER CLASSMbAN wantis roovnimate
for large steamn heated room. ";O Il
at 502 E Liberty or phone 879-:V.
SENIOR ENGINEER wiants roomn 4 ate
Cose to canipus3. Reasoniable in ire
332East Jefferson.
' ~ RIDER'S MAST ERPEKX
Rider's Masterpen has stood the lrt
of years. No wear oult to it. No)
after expense andl it n l-%ays wrtes,,
smoothly. Holds 230 drops of ink
Our own make. Immediate fact ory
service.
Rider's Pen Shop
302 S. Stato St.
We have added at very comploee lino
of AWAHL'S IUHi3131}FIt NTI
PENS. They are extrem ely h~anmd-
soine and good amerch anser. \V'
operate Whl Service Station 1'( 1
Eversharps and WahI Pena.
Rider's Pen Slmop
202, S. , , eS a

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AlGi'lah-s. ,-,daneed for one year. ',
I .Qwes IieS. -Corona1is $30.
!llug:;i 11(1 UIl lle'wod l )orta--
be.L. C. Smiith, Woodstock, TEu-
d ;-1xeol I yal, lial'mond, Oliversj
Eay ternls if desiredI
17 Nickci Arcade,
1' yi t' &: Sb; ioner'dy store.
{ ealor:L.C. Sinithld% Corona. i
i-U ta;iilz'd 190S. 7Phone 1718.

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ALL KIND)S of trunk and door keys
11126 W. H.uron St, Phone 2198.
Keeler
( )l I~ t~lC" S "'D; .Nts imake $10 and"
wol I-ailor madeo suits " a' $23.30).
.,,: ivger w witbe in Ann A.rbor r-ext
W e.frot giving full ;utorniatLoil
to 18 l Doroit Savings Bank Bldg;.
c vol, Mich. The Perry Co. M

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E FOUNTAINPEON IOS-IT-A l,
It costs no mnore for ,oru skilled workz-
umuiship. Over thirty years exper"i-
ence. r The advantage is all your;;.
Standard prices.
I Rider's Pen Shop
302 S. State St.
BEAFTY S.-HO'S
CLEAR YOUR COMPLEXION
Work Guaranteed.
Sixteen yea~rs expferienie in the
treatment of acne and other shin and
scalp diseases.
MADAME E. L. ANDERSON,
Beauty speciality, (formerly of (Thei-
sea). 21 Wuerth Arcade. Phone
241-R. Ad v.

i7TBRStlATIE TAILORS.
Mr (. ein ery of th~e Inters tate
rf lr is at the mer; can Hotel.Ta-
Ior n]lcildo suits an.:d overcoats $29.50.1
11101 e 1.23 or call1 at the hotel any aft-
RUSSIAN LESS NS Given by a native
R-iussFian at your convenience. C ,"
.';10-W betwen 6Gand 7ph.mi.
SPECIAL S,-IX mouths membership atl
-.-'C. A. $6.50. All privileges.
17ath and swvim for non-members at!
the Y. M. C. A. 35c.
)i i'SWA
Let us furnish you with a Piano or
{Victrola. Very low terms. Rent ap-
pliei ci oupurchase.
i University Mu sic IHous'e
Phonne I.M.!

,:~ ~ALaun ryr
Cas~l.

FORD TOURING CAR in excellent
running order. Just overhauled. The
price will surpris.e you. Phonie
1280-W after 7. 1303 Granger.
TYPEWRITER. 202 E. Washington St.
CANOEING ticket--$7.65 worth not
punched for $4. Inquire Tuttle's
Restaurant.{
BL1ACK CLOTH- COAT with fur collar
anid cuffs. Purchased last year.
B~lue brocaded eb armneuse evening
dress, feather trimmedA. Sizes: 18,.
Prices reasonable. Phone 3115-M.
STYLE A, GIB3SON MANDOLIN. Fine
tone. In good condition. New
canvas case. Lake, 807 S. State.
Phone 3010-J.

MAN TO SELL men's clothling and
furnishings and trim windows.
Reule-Conlin Co.
A college girl to work for room or
board or both at private 'family. In-.
quire 1609 S. University..
Young Women to work part time. at.
the telephone office.-Meals at -cost
Sat the company's cafeteria. Miss
B. Edwards, chief operator. Cor.
Wasbington and Main.
CLOTING SALESMEN reake $60
weekly and up selling all wool tailor
made suits at $29.50. Manager will
be in Ann Arbor. next week. Write
giving full information to. the Perry
Co., 818 Detroit Savings Bank Bldg.,
Detroit, Mich.

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ATHLETIC 1300K. indr ea4s -iYI;1tI I +CRAl1le ret<I',;r "ooLte etcc ,1 :~- -.
ard or Phone 1551-J. Re«,axj. ! Nv s.-New records every Friday-
LOST'-Atletic coup~~ionb)0. E- I 'y uS for real record se i.
,wards, 2332. uIiers aicy Music Ilouse
Phone 179').t
PAIR OF CLASSES in blacl-----c-afe.__
Please call It. IRiCe, 37.1. lIA NOS FOR REANT-Mlusical in tru-
_________________ uenl repaired. For al yo r i n -
STUDE NT-ATH-LETIC 130OK No. 64179.1 cal-wants see
Finder please return to 335 ('ather- Schaebc'rle «. Son, Music house,j
inc St. Phone 1051TI'. ,hO1. S. MainSt ;

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