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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THIt'
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

ADVERT ISING

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THREE room furnished apartment
for h,,,~teckrpviy 1007 Mnj. t'

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JAN.2 on Interurban between Detroit: Single room also.
and Ann Arbor, gold wrist watch,
octagon shape, monogram F. iM. S. GARAGE, 912 Monroe.
on back. Reward. ONE excellent upstairs suite and one,
PARKER pen in Ec. library, Friday large room downstairs. 422 Ham-
forenoon. Finder please call Smith ilton Place, Phone 2121-J.I
2507-J after 8 p. mi. FURNISHED apartment for the win-
MONOGRAMMED Hamilton watch on i ter, four rooms and bath, first floor.
Ferry Field. Phone 3094. 905 Forest Ave. Phone 846-J.
WRIST WATCH on either Oakland, VERY desireable room for girl one
Arbor, Packard, Benjamin, or Mary block from campus. Call Mrs. Gor-
street. Finder phone- 2138-W. Re man. 2482-M.

MISCELLANEOUS
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.
TUTORING in French and Spanish.
Reasonable rates. Call R. Simons,
2121-J. between 6 and 7:30 p. m.'

12 Ft. set Coasting bobs, new last sea-
son. Reasonable. Eckert 1682.
E FLAT Alto saxophone and case.
Practically new. Call 2633-W. or
1704 Geddes Ave.
COSMETIC SERVICE

Superfluous
FACIAL IIAIRS
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSISa
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
Hours:
1 to 224 Nickel's Arcade
4:30 P. M. (2nd Floor)

, WANTED
GARAGE nera corner of Hill and
Forest. Call Davis 1460.
A SENIOR or Junior to act as house
manager for an upper classmen
house, and thus earn his room.
Phone 1602-J, 643 Oakland.
STUDENT directory for 1923-24. See
Favrot at Michigan Daily office be-.
tween 3 and 4 o'clock Monday.
CHINESE RUGS

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Thorough examination and prompt service. We use no drug
drops to make examinations. Carry a complete line of high g
lenses and all style frames and mountings. Prices reasonable an(
work guaranteed.

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Wickens Optical

C. S. WICKENS, Opt. D.

USED CARS.

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HAVE just received twenty-two
small Chinese Rugs by :parcel post
from Pekin. ONLY ONE QUALITY,
THE BEST. Mrs. H. B. Merrick,
S18 Church st. Phone 32124-MVi

At Arnold State Street Jewelery Store

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1919 Chevrolet touring, $150; good ±_
running condition. IFURNITURE
1921 Stearns 4 pass. Touring, has had
low milage, mechanically 0. K. THE SQUARE DEAL FURNITURE
1921 4-Nash touring, refinished, A-1 REPAIRING CO.
mechanically 305 Third St. C. Link, Phone 3399-J.
1919 .Oldsmobile 6-touring, refinished.
good running condition.BOARD
ANN ARBOR NASH CO. BEST BOARD at moderate cost.
A. C. Marquardt. Tables for girls. 611 Church St.
311Maynard, phone 1927. I;A inNG

ward.
-_ BEAUTY SHOP
For Special Beauty Work'

IDEAL small apartment for student
couple. Completely equiped, half
block from campus. Phone Mr.
Mast, 129-R or call E. Williams

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ARCADIA BEAUTY PARLOR evenings.
21 Wuerth Arcade Phone 1733-R. -"__________________
____W__rhAr___d__Phn___7__-_. TAKE advantage of the peppy wea-
TYPWItRITER REPAIING ther, get out in the open. Call
- !1069-J. for a car.
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and -
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add- DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy I Exclusive collegiate styles for
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons, young women. Needlework of all
cushion keys, type cleaners and stp- ing.women edlworkm ofs all
plie. Mahine rened.kinds. Experienced workmanship.
plies. Machines rented.w 4 MRS. R. T. REAM
ANN ARBOR TYPEW RITERHNEPhe86,dwtn 411 Thompson. Phone '2768-Wt.

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FOR RENT1
IARGE double room, will rent for one
or two, very reasonable, 425 S. Div-
ision. Phone 1565.

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STANDARD and portable typewriters.
Good machines. S. A. Moran, Room
2, 711 N. Univ.
FRATERNITY OR SORORITY
We have a large unfurnished house
suitable for a Fraternity or Sorority,
for rent: will accomodate thirty per-
sons. Possession at end of first semt-1
ester. Owner will lease property for
one semester or for a longer period.
Call Mr. Newton, with
CHAS. L. BROOKS E
215 Frist Nat'l Bang Bldg.
Phone 315 Evenings 2064-J.

.REAL ESTATE
NEW FIVE room bungalow in one of
Sthe fastest growing sections of tht
city. Oak floor and finish in liv-
ing room and dining room with fire,
place. Ivory enamel finish in
kitchen, bath, and bedroom, large
basement, cement floor, front room
coal bin. Can be had with a small
down payment and easy monthly
payments. Call owner 3385.
MUSICAL
E. NORMANTON Bilbie (of the De-M
troit Conservatory of Music), Teach-
er of violin, piano, harmony.
Studio, 307 N. Main. Phone 611-M.
CARDS and STATIONERY

LOCKSMITH
ALL kinds of trunk and door keys.
Fitting keys and openning locks a
specialty. Dell Keeler, 1136 W.
Huron. Phone 2498.
FOUNTAIN PENS
FOUNTAIN PENS & PENCILS
Clearance sale on Eversharp, .also
broken lines of well known mechan-
ical pencils and fountain pens.
TYPEWRITING
TYPEWRITING and Mimeographing
promptly and neatly done. 'l heses,
student notes and college work a
specialty for fifteen years. 0. D.
Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typewriter & Stationery Store.
O. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade.I
FOR SALE
FULL blooded Airdale dogs, Fred
Kleimschmidt, Saline. Phone 197
Ring 2-2.
GOOD bargains in typewriters-both
standard and. portable machines.
Room 2, 711 N. Univ. Ave.
CHEAP practically new Corona type-
writer and Spencer camera, Lucida.
Call at 722 Packard, evenings.
$25 CAMERA cheap. Phone 1805-R.
1922 FORD $125, fine tires, bampers,
cutout etc. Starter and demount-
able rims. Must sell. 341 E. Jeff-
erson, 938-J.

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Tuesdays and Thursdays
Kennedy's Orchestra
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Best Board-Moderate Cost
VARSITY LODGE DINING HALL

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DRESSMAKING
FIRST class dressmaking.
nard St. Phone 1198-W.

GOOD QUALITY Mah-Jongg at a
332 My-ay price. Mrs. H. B. Merrick,
Church, new phone, 3124-M.

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light housekeeping. Near campus.
Phone 1029-J, 1207 Willard st.

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CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY
One-half off on Gift Box papers.
Boxes slightly soiled. Contents clean
and in first-class condition.
O. D. MORRILL
17Nickels Arcade

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Ann Arbor Dairy Ice Cream

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which is so truly the hallmark of the
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Ice Cream Plant

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We know you will appre-
ciate the spotless cleanli-
ness of our plant and our
untiring efforts to promote

The first time you try it you
will be surprised with its rich
quality and delicious taste. You
will prefer it to any other you
have tasted.
For months we have been pre-
paring to manufacture this new
product of ours. We have done
so in response to a demand
from the residents for the best
product obtainable.
We urge you to try this new
cream. Serve it today for din-
ner. Just call us early, we'll get
it there for you.
We cordially invite you to come
and inspect our new and mod-
ern equipment for the manu-
facture of ice cream, and see ice
cream in the making.

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We are quite

sure that you will be inter-
ested in the many proces-
ses involved in the manu-
facture of this delicacy.
Thos. K. Burt, )Mgr.

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THE NINETY-FOUR
Someone, probably an insurance
agent, was quoted. recently as saying
that from the mass of ;one hundred
college graduates one individual only
rose to the Polo and butler class, peril
ously near the top of the financial lad-
der. Five others became comfortably
off and found themselves after twenty
years at the small yacht and chauffeur
stage. The other ninety-four presum-
ably congregate in the great section of
the American people who drive their
owen Buicks to thc golf club. In other
words, dreaming about*being a rich
man is one thing, and making the grade
is "something else again."
Yet the ninety-four presumably work
just as hard as the sumptuous six. Their
business is the axis on which a small
and uninteresting world revolves. They
have become devotees of the dollar
and when that fickle deity deserts, have
nowhere else to turn: Jammed in a
dull, straight rut of business they can
never leave the road and jump the fence
into finer fields of life. This, then, is
the portion of ninety-four men out of
every hundred now on the campus.
The answer to the problem lies in
the proper choice of a career.

Choice o a Career
From the Yale News

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The Telephone Manager
holds his position because
he is expert in every branch
of the telephone business.
He passed through years of
experience before he became

He is therefore, able to un-
derstand and help solve any
telephone problem you may
have. In his organization are
men and women who are at
your service.
Consult them freely. Take
your telephone problems to
them.
They will be glad to be of

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Telephone 423

ANN ARBOR DAIRY

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Between now and Commencement we
shall have something to offer on the
subject of "Careers." Watch for the space
with the Famous Signature.
LIF=E INSURANCE COMPAaY
OF BOSTON. MASSACUSETTS
Sixty-one years in business. Now insuring One Billion Seven Hundred
Million dollars in policies on 3,250,000 lives.

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