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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LASSIFIE
A T~VI~RTT~TNG

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~BLQMN
CLOSES
AT3 P.M.

E FLAT Alto saxophone and case. I TWO WOMEN students desire on or
Practically new. Call 2633-W. or Or tWO rooms in l)riva to home for
1704 Geddes Ave. ne. t semester. Call Miss Hicks,,
383-J.
~fll~'~f~L'nff'1t1 QV'D'Vtg'g~' ________________________________________________

DANCING
~rllRRA'CE GARDEN DANCING
STU1)lO ANNOLTNCE)IENT

handball tournaments, doubles and~ ~ ~
singles has been set at 5 o'clock, Fri-I
day afternoon. The schedule for the Opera Bo
first round will be announced in~Sun-
day's Daily. suggestion has bee

IILVO~O j
AT2 Pit

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BY VIOLINIST and ac ,ompanist with
~vfl~ri~flp~. Ph. "a' ~i11 Jgg~~

DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES
lOc per re~d1ng line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for
three or more ins~rtion5, cash in ad'~ance. Minimum. 3 lines per insertion,
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading tine for one or two insertions, lic pei
reading line for three ~r more 1nsertfon~. White space charged for at same
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about contracts
for classified advertising.
Classified CoIuii~n Close-s at Th o'4DIock Noon, Saitnrday.
"~mmle.t1~O-Ad .Taker'~

Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
I " ELECTROLYSIS
I ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
Hours:
I 1 to 224 Nkkel's Arcai

of music. Box A. B. C. Michigan
Daily.
TWO ROOM suite for 1 ight house-
keeping for lady, moderate terms,
near campus. Write Heraper, 2274
Harding Avenue, Detroit.

Children's Class beginning
Saturday, January 19th at
2:30 p. in. Eight One-hour
Classical lessons $~.00. En-
roll now before the 29th.
Adults Class every Monday
and Friday at 8 o'clock p. m.
15 modern Class Lessons
$5.04), Dancing from 8 to 10
p. in. We teach all Modern
Fancy Ballet, Stage Dancing.
Private Lessons Doily.
No. 22 Wuerth Arcade Phone 211-R.
TERACE GARDEN

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LOST
SILVER RIND- with Chinese inscrip-
tion. Finder please call 1967-W.
ONE DIAMON~) AND PLATINUM
fiUgree ring with square set dia-
inond In center and 19 small' ones
si~rrounding. Reward. Call Miss
pavidson, 1600-W.
TYPEWRITER REPAI11IN~
~ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
lug machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
.ci,~sbion l~ys, type cleaners and suJ~~-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYI~EWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtown
FOR RENT -

ONI~ DOUBLK and one single room.
Pleasant 4nd warm. Call 2105,
515 Walnut.
SUITE rooms with sleeping porc~i for
light housekeeping. Near campus.
Phone 1029-J, 1207 Willard st.
MI SCEI~L ANEOU'S
Typewriting and ~lineograpliIng
promptly and neatly (lone.
Theses, stud'ent notes and college
work a specialty for fifteen years
0. 1). MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
MUSICAL
KEEP PIIYSICALL'Y fit by the daily
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen
on Records. Complete outfits sold
by Schacherle & Son.

14:30 P.M. (2nd Floor)
BOARD
BEST BOARD at moderate cost
Taliles for girls. 611 Church at.
FOR HIRE
TAKE advantage of the peppy wea-
ther, get out in the open. C~ll I
1069-J. for a car.
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS
of all makes
Sold, rented cleaned
exchanged and repaired.
~. D. M4~R~JIILL
The 17 Nickels Arcade
Typewriter & Stationery S.tore.
.... CLEANING and PRESSING
SPECIAL

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 and Pencil insur-
~n('(~' TJ!r ITO 'Ufllfl' '~i~1fl'IO O1'fl1~~"f1 (Ifl

LOCKSMITh

0~wii DaIly 10 a. in. to 14) p. In.
Intramural Items

Owing to the demands of the stu-
dents on the campus the annual all-
campus swimning meet will be held
this year before the end of the first
semester. The meet will be held un-
der the same conditions as the other
all-campus events, numerals and
sweaters being awarded to those who
secu~'e at least five points and a shirt
to those who secure three markers.
Entrance should be made at once
in order to enable the department to
arrange for practice sessions at the
"Y" pool. Upon the entrance sheet
the events in 'which the individual
will participate must be indicated.
Each contestant is limited to three
events, which are as follows: 40 yard
free style, 40 yard back stroke, 60
yard breast stroke, 100 yard free
style, 220 yard free style, plunge an(l
fancy diving.
London, Jan. 8.-Ambassador Kel-
logg called on Marquis Curzon, for-
eign minister, preliminary to his for-
mal pfesentation to the King.

Alumnus, official org~
ni asociation i~ the
that alumni of the u
contrihnt~ ~i nriz~ ir

nish more incentive to authors o
librettos of future Union operas.
on r butions are asked for t(
extent of a $254) total with this al
I view for next year. It is rec~g~
the magazine states, tb~t as' ~nku
the operas have advanced froni
type of several years ago, ~ha~
book has not l~ept pace with 'the
of the production. In view of the
that criticism has come m
through alumni, they are being ~
to aid in rectifying this lack,
Patronize Th~ Daily advertiser
SLEEP ANYWHERE, IIJJT
EAT AT REX'~
TIlE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Stre

n made
tn of the
current
niversity E
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them. Price 25 cents. i (Continued from Page SixI
0. 1). MORRlLL o'clock, group 8, 6 o'clock, Friday
17 Nickels Arcade jnight, group 9, 6:30 o'clock group 10.
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
- Entries are being taken for the an-
CLEARANCE SALE I nual handball tournaments, sIngles
Trrnrthr,,.n I
~ an(l broken lines of mech- and doubles, and as soon as the re-
anical pencils also Gift Sets of qipred number is secared the draw-
Fourntain Pens and Pencils one-half I j~g-~ will be made and the schedules
off. announced. Individual cups will be
0. D. MORIIILL1 given to the winners of the singles
17 Nickels Arcade and the doubles. Entrance should be
The Typewriter & Stationery Store. I made at once so the tournament can
1 be completed before the end of the
TYPE Wli1TINc~ semester.

ONE LARGE single room in girls'
league house. Price $5 per week.
Box 13, care Daily.
GAP.AGE, $6.00 at 511 Cheever St.,
Phone 516-J.
LA RGE corner room, private family,
very desireable for Senior or grad-
'nate student. Phone 306 7-W.

TED RIIOADE'S orchestra presents
Joe Sweeny and his five-piece or-
chestra.
I E. NORMANTON Bilbie (of the De-
troit Conservatory of Music), Teach-
er of violin, piano, harmony.
Studio, 307 N. Main. Phone 611-M.
WHY he without 'a flat back mandolin
when we sell them for $13.50 on
the easy payment plan. University
Music House.
TENOR BAN.1O ~nd t'.a~ C~'~nc~t ho 1

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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 sem-
ester. Owner will lease property for
one seme8ter or for a longer period.
"' 'Call Mr. Newton, with
CLIAS. L. BROOKS
215 Frist Nat'l Bang Bldg.
"Phone 315 l~venings 2064-3.

FOR ' Your these and notes will h~
~)NE WEEK promptly and neatly
sijim TYPE WRITTEN
tL~ANED AND PRESSED
$1.00 IWSlNESS SEIIVI('E C~,
HORACE CLAVEAF over "M" Lunch,
122* ~S. University, Phone 8854. I 322 South State Street.
1-
I DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING
WANTEF I Exclusive collegiate styles for
THREE OR four men to work spare y~~ung women. Needlework of all
time. Earn $20.00 per week. Call kinds. Experienced, workmanship.
1525-M between 6 and 7. '1 MRS. R. T. REAM
_____________________________________ 411 Thompson. Phone 27G8-W.
TYPING. Accurate work on manu- I
scripts, letters etc. Would take liadies and Gents Clothes
dictation. Call 2189-W. after 5:30. CLEANED--PRESSED--REPAI'RED
HERMAN TIii~ TAILOR
POSITIOON as experienced book- 802 5. State. Phone 3341-M.
keepec. Call evenings, phone 3331
STUDENT to work for meals either Q~ j.f~'. 1ll('AL A~
Saturday only or Saturday and I
Sunday for rest of school year I r
Call Jim 679-M after 8:00 p. in.
_____________ "COST
THIIISES to type. Phone 3431-J.

The deadline for the albeampus

CEHERAL- STEAMSHIPAGTU
Tickets, Travelers Checks, Letters of Credit~, Tour-
I'~t Insurance, etc.. Passport. visaes. eiearan~O
papers, readmission ntfldavlts, etc.. Information.
~ Europe, Orient, Cruises, Tours, etc.
Our iej~.tlI7ed papers bring relatives and irlends t~
U5from foreigr~ countries. INSURANCE.~ Alli
1und~, Best Co's. for your business, home, auto. etc.'
E G KUEBLER, 601 C. Huron St.
I Phone 1364 At4N ARBOR, MICIt.
Shorthaad~ Typewriting,
kei~piug'~, Accor~nting, Secretarial 5
Training
~EW TERM-JAN. 14TH
llarniltoh Business College
State and William
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smoker
in Melach
Cigarettes a
cacy of flaV4
which he r
tires.
ORIGiN
"The One Cigarette SQid th

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finds'
rino
deli-
~rof
Lever

told from newa rare bargain, sold
on easy payments, price $30. Uni-
versity Music House.
FOR 8ALi~
TUXEDO, tl~e very latest model. If
you are looking for a tux here is
a good buy. Call 1505.
BARGAIN one "C" tenor Saxaphone,

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DtIATION PROGRAM

FL RNISIIEI) >'APARTMENT FOR
RENT
We have a 'beautifully furnished
six room apartment in the Southeast
Section for rent-Feb. 15, 1924 to Sept.
15, 1924. Price $90 per month. Call
Mr. Newton with
CHAS L. BROOKS
215 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 315 ' Evenings 2064-3. 1

I PERSONALITY"

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~55 cash. Silver plated, gold bell, Phone 1884-3 af-
~earl keys. S. D. Clayton, 8"~2 E. G~~Yn2Tutor~
University.
- STUDENT directory for 19!23-24. See
FULL blooded Airdale dogs, Fred at Michigan Daily Office be-
Kleinischmidt, Saline. Phone 197 f tween3 and 4 this afternoon.
Ring 2-2.

BY
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SATURI) Ak" EV~NIN(4 ~S 0'CIAWK 11111

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What President Burton Says
AJ~out the S. C. A.
"As a rule, the things that really
cot~nt in life deserve more atten-
tion than they receive. This is
peculiarly true today when so
much is being questioned and
doubted. The STUDENT
dH RISTIAN ASSOCIATION
aims to meet this primary need
of every student. It stands for
sanity and loyalty in religion
and life."

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Some S. C. A. Activities
Supported by Your Help
Fresh Air Camp
Christmas Party
Michigan-in-India Club
International Dinner
Lake Geneva Conference
Freshmen Discussion Groups
Freshman Bible
University Services
"Upper Room" Work
Temporary StudentDirectory
Religious Institutes
Extension Department

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