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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LASSIF IE
ADVERTISING U.AT 3 P.M.

EVERSARIP PENCILS
A large select line at one half the
regular price while they last.
We are the authorized Wahl Ser-
vice Station.
RIDERS PEN SHOP
302 S. State St.
WOMEN'S SHOPS
ELECTRIC CURLING irons $1.19.
The Home Supply Store, 209 E.
Washington, Phone 112.

congenial work
for college graduates

DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES;
10c per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for
three or more inbertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion.
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, lc per
reading line for three or more insertions. White space charged for at same
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about c -'ntracts
for classified advertising.
Classifi'd Column Closes at U o'Clock Noon, Saturday.
" .mmIe-the-Ad.Taker"

Resune Tap
Programs

Room
Tonight

LOST
SMALL envelope purse containing a
$50 check and $20 in bills. Return
to M. Rich 1004 Oliva. Phone 2730
SUNDAY NIGHT in Arcade Cafe, be-
tween 6:30 and 7:00 o'clock, a
brown silk neck scarf. Finder
please return to, or notify M. W.
Decker, 603 Mary Ct. Phone 2801-
R
JADE GREEN unbreakable barrel
of Le Bouef pen. Reward if re-
turned to Lillian Brazil, Newberry
Residence.
A CHEMICAL lab. manual, either in
chemistry building or Engineering
bulding. Phone 2483.
PAIR WINDSOR framed glasses, Mon-
day noon between campus and
high school. Finder return to 730
Church or phone 1700-M. Reward.
HALF OF green gold watch chain,
with silver tooth-pick charm on
end. About a week ago. Phone
468-J.°
SHELL-RIMMED glasses .lost on
State street from High School or
on Jefferson. Finder please re-
turn to Foster's Art Store.
TYPEWRITER REPAIRIMNG
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtown
TYPEWRIING
TYPE WRIT ERS
of all makes
Sold, rented cleaned
exchanged and repaired.
0. D. MORRRILL
17 Nckels Arcad
STheTypewriter & Stationery Store.'
Your these and notes will be
promptly and neatly
TYPEWRITTEN
at
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
over- AM= Lunch,
322 South State Street.
FO SALE
SPECIAL LIGHT weight broom high
grade, 75c. The Home Supply
Store, 209 E. Washington, Phone
112.
TUXEDO. Practically new. Call 15-
05.
COMPLETE set of Ludwig drums.
Nearly new. Cheap for cash.
Phone 2540-W.
NOTICE
WILL person who found leather note
book in Tap Room Sat. night, please
at least mail notes and keep bool
Must have them to obtain credits.
DANCING
DANCE IN Chelsea tonight. Parker'
Collegians.!
WANTED
LIVE ENERGETIC salesman. Easi
est selling specialty on marke
904-R. Miss Wood.
BY BUSINESS girl: Furnished lig l
housekeeping apar ment, one or tw!
rooms near Capus. First floo
preferred. Call 1555-R.
THESES neatly typed. 10c per
sheet. Call 3359-J.
GIRL WANTS single room with pri-
vate family near campus. Call 1657-
W.

COSMETIC SERVICEI
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
224 Nickel's Arcade
, By Appointment only
I Phone 1167-R.
3-6 p. m.
FOR R"T
ROOMS for eight, nine, or twelve
boys for second semester. Clean
and warm. Located only three
blocks from campus. Phone 3488-
W.
1-2 BLOCK from campus, large double
room, $6; roomy suite, $8; single
room, $4. 219 So. Ingalls, 2759-R.
DESIRABLE ROOM for two, steam
heat, conveniently located. Phone
2883-R.
ONE NICELY furnished single room.
Call 1300 Geddes. Phone 2310-M.
3 WARM pleasant rooms in desir-
able home for second semester.
301 E. Liberty.
MUSICAL
KEEP PHYSICALLY fit by the daily
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen
on Records. -Complete outfits sold
by Schaeberle & Son,
MISCELLANEOUS
Typewriting and mimeographing
promptly and neatly done.
Theses, student notes and college
work a specialty for fifteen years
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade
WHITE GRANITE commode, $1.39.
Tlie Home Supply Store, 209 E.
Washington, Phone 112.
SPECIAL
Black and Tan Shoes $7.00 value,
$5.60.
Wool socks $1.25 value at 75c.
White Irish Poplin shirt, collar at-
tached $3.50 value, at $2.80
Non-skid and All Star Basketball
shoes $4.00 value at $3.20.
Junior.Engineer Shirts $5.00 at $4.0
Freshman Toques at 50c.
DAVIS TOGERY SHOP
119 S. Main St.
Kodak Special
1-4 to 1-3 off on Kodaks
PHOTOCRAFT SHOP
2 Nickels Arcade
Opp. P. 0.
S P E C I A L
Candle Special
All Candles 1-3 off
PHOTOCRAFT SHOP
2 Nickels Arcade
Opp. P. O.
FOUNTAIN PENS
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
Why risk having your pen spoiled
with vicious ink. Fill at our free
fflling station and be convinced that
cur special formula Diamond Writing
Fluid is the best ink for your pen.
We sell it at standard prices.
RIDERS PEN SHOP
Fountain Pens and Pencil insur-
ance. Have your name embossed on
them. Price 25 cents.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Acad
The Typewriter & Statioery Sir
CLEARANCE SALE
Eversharp and broken lines of mech-
anical pencils also Gift Sets of
Fourtain Pens and Pencils one-half
off.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Stre.

In an attempt to encourage student
gatherings in the tap room of the
Union Friday and Saturday nights it
has been decided to again adopt en-
tertainment on those nights as a regu-
lar feature. The first entertainment
will be provided tonight when Thom-
as' Collegians orchestra will play fromI
9:30 until 10:30 o'clock.#
If arrangements can be made sing-
ers will also be secured for the en-
tertainment. Thomas' musicians will
also play in the tap room tomorrow
night at the same time.
Cramers in China
Seward Cramer, '23, is now in Wu-
hu, China, on the foreign staff of the
Standard Oil company, it was learn-
ed yesterday by Dean John R. Effing-
er,,of the literary college, who receiv-
ed word from Cramer's mother, Mrs.
L. M. Cramer.

In deciding upon one's life-work there is one
very important consideration every far-seeing man
will make. He will select a field where the edu-
cation gained through his college career will not
be wasted.
An ideal future is offered by the Fire, Marine
and Casualty Insurance business.
Insurance is close to the interests of every. busi-
ness. It is close to the interests of the officials of
every business. It is a matter which will bring
you into immediate contact with big men and
big affairs.
The insurance Company of North America is
a national, historical institution - founded in
1792-with over a century and a quarter of well
earned prestige. Conservative policies and de
pendable service have been responsible for the
growth and for the constructive activities of the
Company in the development of the entire
insurance profession.
Insurance Company of
North America
PHILADELPHIA
and the
Indemnity Insurance Company of North America
write practically every form of insurance except life.

Talk It Over At Home
A Christmas Vacation Suggestion To Seniors
T HIS is your last year in college. This is your
last Christmas vacation.
Your career after graduation is a question
that you will want to talk over with the folks
at home. They will be even more interested than
you are. Now is.the time to do it.
The John Hancock has in its field organization
producers who began as life insdrance men immedi-
ately after graduation and have made a conspicuous
success of it.
Why waste time trying out something else which
looks 'just as good" and then come into the life
insurance work to compete with the man who got
into the game from the startI
Talk it over at home and remember that you can
get information and helpful advice by addressing
Agency Department
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS
Sixy- -oeyears in business. Now insuring One Billion, Seven Hundred
Million Dollar;im policies on 3,250,0ooolives

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