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CUOES
AT 3 P.M.

ROOM AND board for boys, ready to
be occupied, January 1st. 1205
Wright St. or call 2993-WV.
WANTED

ADVERTI SING

LOST

LOST Sat. night near Unitarian
church purple silk umbrella. Re-
ward. Phone 3011-R.
'ON OR near Campus, Shaeffer pen,
initials L. L. M. on gold band on
cap. IReward if returned to L.
1lichelson, 612 Church St. Phone
,x.070-M.
PAIR OF glasses on Fair, Campus, orI
S. State. Phone 2031-R,,
3067-M.
PHI KAPPA Pin, initials W. J. B. on
back, between Helen Newberry and
Allenal Hotel. Finder communicate
with Miss Bishop. Reward.
DIAMOND bar pin last Tuesday. Re-
turn to 1028 Church St. 1421-J.
SENIOR society pin, name on back of
pjn. Call M. Jones, 3237.
SILVER FOUNTAIN pen and chain.
Sometime Saturday evening. Find-
*er please call, Bess Everett, 1070-J.
MISCELLANEOUS
TYPEWRiITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
promptly and neatly done.
BUISINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South, State St.,
over "M"' Lunch. Phone 993-M
"U of ?If. Seal"
parchment hand-made
Lamp Shades
and,
Shields
for Xmas Gifts
See Sample Shades
at 224 Nickel's Arcade
Order Now
POBE GREEN. Hurry Up Baggage,
and Transfer Line. Phone 3130.
FOUNV2AIN PENS
TJ'I'RE'S an, advantage in buying
your fountain pens at Rider's. TheC
least little thing required to make it
satisfactory in every way can be
Quickly and skillfully clone after
Christmas at Rider's Pen Shop.

A RIDER "Masterpen" direct from the
manufacturer is always the most
appreciated gift. Rider's Pen Shop,
r302 State St.
THJOSE fine, ,large Wahl's "Signature"'
Pens for Christmas at Rider's Pen
Shop, 302 State St.
We have a fine assortment of those
all metal midget Wahl and Ever-
sharp sets in gift boxes. Rider's
Pen Shop.,
____- FOUND
SILVER PENCIL with initials. Own-
san obtain it by identifying. it and
paying for advertisement. Phone
j2800-J.
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS}
of all mnakes
IBought, Sold, Rented Exchanged.
Cleaned and Repaired.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South State Street,}
over "M" Lunch. Phone 993-M
TYPEWRITING and Mimeographing
promptly and neatly done. Thesis
work a specialty. 0. D. Morril, 17
Nickels Arcade.
31USICAL
THE MICHIGAN SIRENS present
Joe Sweeny and his five piece con-
'Uination. Call Tustison, 1767-J.'
KEEP PHYSICALLY fit by the daily
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen
on Records. Complete outfits sold
by Schaeberle & 'Son.
FOR RENT
ONE SINGLE room for rent. Phone
1430-W. 222 S. Ingalls.
ONE GOOD suite upstairs and one
large room on first floor. Also gar-
age: Call at 422 Hamilton Place.
fA LARGE room for two students or
Cwill rent it as a single room. 425
S. Division.
GOOD ROOMS for men at Fletcher
Hall, 915 Sybil.

CLERKES, Railway Mail, 18 upward.
$133 mo. Experience unnecessary.
For fre particulars, write R. Terry,
(fcrmer Civil Service Examiner)
731 Barrister Bldg. Washington D.
C.
TWO STUDENTS to work at Union, 3
hours per day for daily board.
Ample time for other remunerative
labor. Call Dawson,{1447 or Coop-
er (3289-M.) after 7:30 p: mn.,
THREE unfurnished rooms with bath.
Heated. Call Mr. Moore, 2936-M.

(THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FOR SALEV
FULL blooded Airdale dogs, Fred
Kleimschmidt, Saline. Phone19
Ring 2-2.
LEATHER suitcases for sale. Call
146G-M.E
STANDARD BANJO in good condition.
Price_ $25.00. Phone 557--W and
ask for D. C. Gallery.
GOOD RADIO. Receiver, complete.
Must sacrifice for, cash. Student
could easily install in his room.
Can demonstrate any evening.
Woodford, 3419-R., 721 Monroe.
XMAS TREES. Any. size you want.
The price is right. 6,32 Oakland,
Phone 1496.;

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TWO ZIMBAI IST conlcert tickets, sec-
ond balcony, front rov, seats center.
Two dollars each. Call 2287-W.
BOY'S SUIT for 15 year old boy. 330
Maynard. Price $8.
HAND MADE Michigan banners, pen-
ants and tops. 1311 Wilmot. Tele-
phone 2381-M.
TAILOR
CERIST3IAS CIO1TILING
A small (deposit will bring- your Trail-.
ored-To Measure suit or overcoat to
your hone in time for Xmas or New
Years.- Phone 123 and we will call
with complete style and samples.
Prices $29.50 and $ ;7.50
INT ERSTATE TAILORS;
American Hotel, 123 E. Washington
r'{JSTOM MADE suits-Alterations Re-
_ ah'ing. Albert Gansle, Tailor, 115
S. Main (upujairs),

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ALT. MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtownE
The class in story telling in the!
public speaking department will h.old
a story hour tomorrow and Thursday
of this week at 4 o'clock in room 302, I
Mason hall, for children between the,
,ages of 8,and 10 years.

TYPEIWRITERI REPAIRING

NOTICE
$10.00 reward for infoormation lead-
ing- to the conviction of the person
or persons who stole the :sign over
my door at 17 Nickels Arcade. 0.
D. Morrill, Phone 1718.1

Stoneman, '25, Is Pneumonia Viet
W. H. Stoneman, '25, a member
The Daily staff, is the latest victim
pneumonia to report to the Heal
service.
JIve her a
Ride r'r's'
and she'll think
of yoresevert
When she
wri~etes the
other follow
Beautiful gift sets-
pn an pe cl-priced from $5 to
$50. See them toy~
j day.

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TO HEAR from three or four mem-
Chers of the faculty who would be
interested' in owning jointly' with
other members of faculty at smnall
Cost to each,. a large and beautiful'
summer home in northern Michi-
gan. Phone 661-W evenings.
AM DRIVING 'through to Cincinnati
Friday or. Saturday. Can take one
man. Call 1066-J.-Flindt.
BY INSTRUCTOR to rent furnished
rooms or house, winter or remain-,
der school year. Two children.
Box F. W.
ROOMMATE to share front room
downstairs. 544 Thompson St.,
Call Damoose, 663-J.
THREE MEN to work evenings for
board during Xmas vacation.- Call,
Coburn, Mosher or Knit, 693-R.
LAUNDRY
F'IRST CLASS HOME LAUNDY work.
Soft water and .pure soap used only.

THREE SETS .of German Fieldl glass-
es, binoculars with Leiss lonscs.
Phone 387-J.

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Y~4 Kodak as you go. For a gift
- A Kodak can be used eery season
a - of the year.
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SPECIAL

TRAIN

SERVICE

Account Christmas Vacation
VIA ANN ,ARBOR RAILROAD
For the accomodation of University of Michigan, Students, returning home Friday, December
14th, account of Christmas Vacation, THE ANN" ARBOR RAILROAD will operate a special
train leaving Ann Arbor at 11 :40 a.m. (c.t.),arriving in Toledo at 2:00 p.m. (e.t.), pro-
tecting all Toledo connections.
THIS TRAIN WILL HANDLE PASSENGERS ONYFOR, TOLEDO AND POINTS BEYONDO
In order to protect Pere Marquette and Grand Trunk connections, a first section of train No.
53 'will be operated, leaving Ann Arbor at 4:41 p.m. (c.t.), for Owosso, Mich, stopping at
intermediate stations to discharge passengers.
REGULAR TRAIN ,SERVICE
(Southbound) i ' .
In. addition to the above Special Service, the 'following--reguIilar train ser vice, Ann Arbor to.
Toledo, will prevail : Y' .

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for Christmas

An Accessory Is a Desirable, Lasting,
and Appreciated Gift.

Lv. Ann. Arbor 11:40 a.m. (c.t.) 2:O00 p? r. (c.t.)} 4:30 p.m. (c.t)
Ar. Toledo 2: 10 p m.(e4" 5 :00 p m'i(e.t.) 7:00 p.m. (e.t.)
(NortAbound)".
Northbound trains Nos. 51 and 53 leave, Ann Arbor, 8:10 a. -m. (c.t.), 'and 4:41 p.m.
(c.t.), respectively, connecting with Grand Trunk, Michigan Central, Pere Marquette. and,
G. R. & I., for all principle' destinations in lower and upper Peninsula of Michigan..
Would suggest purchasing of tickets and ch eck ing of baggage in advance, so as to avoid un-
necessary delay and confusion at train time.
H. S. BRADEY, H. A. MILLS,
Traffic Manager, Commercial Agent,
Toledo, Ohio. Ann Arbor, Mich.

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219 W. Huron Street

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It's f o'r you to

discover,

the

advantages

of buying from

this large dairy. You'll find
here. not only supplies of
higher quality and purity,
but a complete line of dairy
supplies.' Saves buying from
half a dozen sources. Obvi-
oisly to your advantage, isn't
it.

GENERAL STEAMSHIP QACT. ,*Nght$a. Soo to $2.50 1.
Tickets. Travelers Checks Lettersof Credit, Tour- 'i R~! Wed .Mat., Soo to $1.50 i
it Insurance, etc. Passport, viaaes. clearance GARRICK Sat. Mat. 50a to $2.0OO
.papers, readmiss~ion afldaits etiF.,Information,
Li Europe, Orient, Cruises, Tours, etc. SECOND) SMASHING WEEK
Our legalized papers bring relatives and friends Mr
U. S. from foreign countries, iNSURANVCE.t AillCATAn The C~ANfT~~
kinds. Best Co's. for your business, home, auto. exc.An
E. G. KUEBLER, 601 E..Huron St.LA HS SIQJ!
'hone1384 ANN ARBO4R, MICEf. TRLSLUGS; S0YS
'INT HILL AUDITORIUM
Wednesday, December 12, 8 P.M.
CHORAL UNION SERIES
f EFREM ZIMBALIST, -
RENOWNED VIOLINIST.
SEA Few Tickets for Individual Concerts Available. _
.: Sunday, December 16, 4:15 :P.m.
MESSIAH CONCERT 2
THE HIGH SCHOOL CHOIRUS
under the direction of 'George Oscar Bowen.'
SOLOISTS -'
-° Mrs. William Wheeler, Soprano
;. _ Miss Doris Howe, Contralto.
' Mr. William Wheeler, Tenor.
a. ~~ R.4 Winfield 1Adams, Baritone. .

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1*Saturday, Night, Dec. 15th
S The Crowning Joy of the 'Season
Messrs. Lee and J. J. Shubert- Announce'

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A Glorious Franz Schubert. Festival~
The first presentation here of the -greatest artistic. and pecuniary
success of their producing career, and the record-breaking success
of all musical stage history, brilliant, beautiful memorable.
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