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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about contracts
for classified advertising.
Classified Column Closes at li o'Clock Noon, Saturday.

IlTfl na goaled. Shortly after this score, Wil-
nrPTATOST son, the Washington left halfback,
, which tied the score, as Sherman also
EXHIBITEgoaled. The Navy team came back
an d put themselves on the long end of
- the score through the use of another
Photographs of a wax tablet dated pass, from Shaply to McKee. There
128 A. D. were exhibited by Prof. was no more scoring until the last
Francis W. Kelsey of the Latin de- period, when the Huskies evened
partment at the recent annual .o-0 matters by their second touchdown.
vention of the American Philological,-.
association at Princeton university.
The tablet, which is too fragile to be Secretary to Dean Weds
removed from the University vault is Miss Rosa Willis, secretary to J. A.
considered by archaeologists to be the lBursley, dean of students, was united
most perfectly preserved extant, ac- in marriage on Dec. 20 to Alton
cording to Professor Kelsey. Its rec-i Granger, '24Ed. The marriage vows
ord is that of the birth of a girl, Her- were spoken at the home of a friend
rennia Gamella, March 11, 128. It of Mrs. Granger's in Detroit. Mrs.
was brought from Egypt to London in, Granger has been secretary to Dean
1922, having recently been discovered , Bursley for six years, having worked
probably at Fayoum, in ProfessorI with him while he was in the service
Kelsey's opinion. during the war doing special work for
"On account of the freshness of its, the government. She came to Ann Ar-
appearance and the perfect preserva-, bor when Dean Bursley was appointed
tion of the waxed surfaces containing to his present position four years ago.
the writing, as well as the wood, the I
ienuineness of the writino was at Daily classified for real results.

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BEAUTY SUOP
For Special Beauty Work
ARCADIA BEAUTY PARLOR
21 Wuerth Arcade Phone 1733-R.
LOST
ONE DIAMOND AND PLATINUM
filigree ring with square set dia-
mond in center and 19 small ones
surrounding. Reward. Call Miss
Davidson, 1600-W.
ISCELLANEOUS
THE PLACE TO BUY
TOILET PAPER
BRUSHES
BROOMS
MOPS
BASKETS
DISHES
GLASSWARE
WAITER'S COATS
WAITER'S APRONS
is at
THE HOME SUP''LY STORE
209-11 E. Washington St.
BIRD SUPPLIES
FULL line of bird seed. Haller's
Health Food, Song Restorer, Lice
powder. - All clean fresh goods.
HARRIS SEED STORE
Cor. Washington and 5th Ave.
THE SQUARE DEAL FURNITURE
REPAIRING CO.
305 Third st. C. Link, Phone 3399-J.
TYPEWRITER REPAIRING
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, iibbons,'
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtown
DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING
Exclusive collegiate styles for
young women. Needlework of all,
kinds. Experienced workmanship.
MRS. R. T. REAM
411 Thompson. Phone 2768-W.
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS of all makes, bought,
sold, rented, exchanged, cleaned
and repaired. O. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's 'Arcade. Dealer L. C.
Smith & Corona Typewriters.
COSMETIC SERVCE

FOR RETT
GOOD ROOMS for men at Fletche>
Hall, 915 Sybil.
'ROOM suitable for two, also desire-'
able roomate. Phone 2883-R. 346
E. Kingsley.
LARGE room for 3 or 4 boys. Dorm-
itory arrangements. Plenty of light
from 3 big windows. Board if de-
sired. Phone 88w, 812 E. Catherine.
IARGE double room, will rent for one
or two, very reasonable, 425 S. Div-
ision. Phone 1565-J.
ROOM and board In private home.
Also use of piano. 1205 Wright st.

MAVIS
FRENCH CHOCOLATES
An Ideal Box

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first doubted," Professor Kelsey said.
"To determine whether the content
924 Ball Room Danes was consistent with the ascription of
age required by the names of the Ro-
G. C. Payne, of the Terrace Gardens, man consuls at the beginning of the
text, H. I. Bell of the British Museum
yo ng, roefssional ball room danc 1made a complete transcription; the
w last vestige of doubt was removed and
Ball Roam Dances will appear at the tablet, together with Mr. Bell's,
the Studio, tomorrow evening, Jan. transcription, was brought to the Un-
4th. I iversity in January.1923,." Kelsey

TO YOUNGstudentcouple or instruct-1
or and wife. Furnished four room
apartment one block from campus.
At actual cost-unusual opportunity.
Inquire at 1208 Oakland.
FRONT SUITE for two boys. Four
blocks from campus. 721 S. Div-
ision, Phone 1705-M.
TAILOR
CUSTOM MADE suits-Alterations Re-
pairing. Albert Gansle, Tailor, 115-
S, Main (up tairs).
FOUNTAIN FENS
FOUNTAIN PENS AND PENCILS
Special sale on E;'ersharp and mech-
anical pencils. O. D. Morrill, 17 I
Nickel's Arcade.
THERE'S an advantage in buying
your fountain pens at Rider's. The
least little thing required to make it
satisfactory in every way can be
'quickly and skillfully done after
Christmas at Rider's Pen Shop.
A RIDER "Masterpen" direct from the
manufacturer is always the most
appreciated gift. Rider's Pen Shop,
302 State St.
THOSE 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.
MUSICAL
THE M1CHIGAN SIRENS present
Joe Sweeny and his five piece com-
bination. Call Tustison, 1767-J.

Assisted by Miss Mitchell of Jack-
son and Miss London of Ann Arbor,
both assistants of the Terrace Garden }
Dancing Studios of Jackson and Ann
Arbor.I
Class beginning tomorrow night; 15
one-hour class lessons $5.00.
ANNOUNCEN-ENT
Children's class beginning Sat., Jan.
19th at 2:30 P. M. 8 one hour classi-
cal lessons $5.00. Enroll now before
the 19th.,
TERRACE GARDEN
Dramatic Art, Dancing 'Studio
No. 22 Wuerth Arcade
Phone 241-R G. E. Payne, Director

said.
W ashington Holds
Navy To 14-14 Tie
(Continued from Page Six)
the second period, three touchdowns
were scored. The Middies scored on
a pass, McKee to Cullen. McKee

Here' S atip
Y OU can buy a good Foun-
tain Pen most anywhere,-
but the only place you can get
one fitted by a PEN SPECIAL-
IST to suit your individual style
of writing is at RIDER'S, 302
S. State Street.
Ask the 01' Timers-they know!

sprint against time

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A BIG night and an early morn-
ing class. Hard lines-but a
Rubberset Shaving Brush can
help 2 ways.
It whips up a generous lather
--fast. It works the lather deep
down to the roots of every hair
-holds each erect so the azor
can't miss it.
That's speed. That's comfort.
No waste time. ,NQ raw, sensi-
tive face.
Gripped in rubber-
guaranteed
What's more, time is friendly
to a Rubberset Brush. Each
bristle is gripped everlastingly in
hard rubber-none can come out,
mix with the lather and spoil
your shave.
Every Rubberset Brush is guar-
anteed -- unconditionally. Thie
bri stle stayin. Each makes good
-or we do.
Be sure of a cool, comfortable
shave... at double quick speed.
Geta Rubberset today at any shop
on the campus. Made by Rubber-
set Company, Newark,N.J.,U.S.A.

FOR SALE

FULL blooded Airdale dogs, Fred
Kleimschmidt, Saline. Phone 197
Ring 2-2.
It's true efficiency to use Dail:
Classiefieds-Adv.

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Then drop in-let RIDER see
how you write-it will only take
a minute-and you will be fixed
up with a pen that will see you
successfully through the next
four years-and 40 years there-
after.
We carry the best of all types
of pans, Eversharp pencils, and
fountain pen ink that will really
work. Prices are right. Don't
forget the address--302 S. State
Street.
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ALBRIGHT
TVAQB MARK
the, cruor]lds tandtr d
B RUSH

FOR DUOFOLD QUALITY IN LOWER PRICED PENS GET A PARKER

FACIA
Sn ilU AIRS
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
Hours:
1 to 224 Nickel's Area
4:30 P. M. (2nd Floor)

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KEEP PHYSICALLY fit by the daily
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen
on Records. Complete outfits sold
by Schaeberle & Son.
E. NORMANTON Bilbie (of the De-
troit Conservatory of Music), Teach-
er of violin, piano, harmony.
Studio, 307 N. Main. Phone 611-M.

Written with a
Parker by Chicago's great
line plunger

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valuable docu-
Deposit Vault.

The service will please you.

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Farmers & Mechanics Bank

101-105 SOUTH MAIN

330 SOUTH STATE'

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LiidcllsChIutt ApfCI & Co.
Ann Arbor's Leading Clothiers
"Exclusive, but not expensive"
209 S. MAIN ST.
Announce the Continuance of Their
10 DAYS CLEl"ARA AyCE SAE
All Suits and O'Coats 25% Off
Furnishings - - - 20 Off
Watch our windows for SPECIALS - or better still,
come in and see them-we have gone through our entire
stock of clothing and furnishings, and have made "SPEC-
IALS" at prices far below the regular discounts.

HOW Parker
Prevents Leahn
In Ways Other Pens Cannot Follow
%ead this-then try the new Parker'0. Q. made
for Students only, $3
G EQ. S. PARKER entered the fountain pen business
31 years ago because he was able to discover the
two vital remedies for leaking. They are:
The Parker "Lucky Curve" feed, created and
patented by Mr.-Parker, which inducescapil-
lary attraction, thus making a steady flow
while you're writing, and draining back the
unused ink when you're through.
2. The Parker "Duo-Sleeve" Cap which forms
an ink-tight seal with the barrel when kept
tightly screwed on.
These two engineering achievements are built in all
Parker pens regardless 'of price. The new Parker D. Q.
-the special pen made for students only-has, in addi-
tion, an extra large ring to link to your note-book, or a
pocket-clip-either one included free. Also a metal girdle
that reinforces the cap.
It's produced by Parker Duofold craftsmen. Its point is 14k gold,
tipped with Native Iridium, polished to jewel-like smoothness. Mea-
suredby 'allstandards, it's-far the finest pen value ever produced
under $5. You'll miss the newest thing out if.you fail to ask for it.
THE PARKER PEN COMPANY, JANESVILLE WIS.
Manufacturers also of Parker "Lucky Lock" Pencil.
Banded Cap-Large Ring or Clip Duofold Standards
FOR SALE BY
CalkIns-Fletcher 0rug Quarry Drug Co. Students Supply Store
Co. (3 stores) Wahi's Book Store Cushing's Drug Store
Chas. W. Graham Slater's Book Stare 0. 0.Morrill
(2 stores) Haller & Fuller

'Waffles

with Maple Syrup

709 N. University

"A SALE IN A CLASS BY ITSELF"

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