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THE MICHIGAN DFAILY

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TYPE~WRITER REP.AIRIX(

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CLOSES
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LOST
TRAVELING bag by Fred
ner, 509 Division, name on
Reward, phone 371.
A~PPA Alpha fraternity pin.
engraved oan back. Phone

J-HOP ticket number 497. Please
call 467-J. Rewardl.
A SILVER wrist watch with silver'l
links. 'Finder please call 2166-1V.
FRIDAY afternoon between 4 and 6.
Browvn handbag containing bank
book and valuable receipts.. Phone
2873-J. Reward.

FO;NTAIN FENS
Touintain Pens and Pencil insur-
ante. Hlave your name embossed on
them. Price 25 cents.
0. 1). MORRILL
3 7? Nickels Avcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
r ~CLEARANCE 'SALE
Eversharp arnd brokenX lines of mech-
anical pencils Plso Gift Sets oif
Fourntain Pens and Pencils one-halfEl
off.
0. 1). MTORRILL,
17 Ni&(els Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.

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Waffles, and
Special Lunch-
es served daily.
OIpen from 7:30
A. 'N. to 7:30
V~. l. Phone
703 E.
University

MUSICAL
KEEP PHYSICALLY fit by the daily
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen
on Records. Complete outfits sold
by Schaeberle, & Son.

ALL~ MAKES. Agency Woodstock and } TypIewrijung and imJieograpibng
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand acd-~ promptly and neatly done.
ing achie, Lne-aTini~ ~ Theses, stu~dent notes and college
holders, rubber stamps, ribnonis, ! work a specialty f~or fifteen years
cushion keys, type cleaners and slip-I The 'Typewriter & Stationery Store.
plies. Machines rented. ;. D.MORILL,
ANN ARBOR TYPE~WRITER 17 1iciels Aran
EXCHANGE. Phone 8$6, doawnto~wn PENTB TRSadihssoe
FOUNTAIN PENIS thing new and different, 56c. Gren-
- - nan's Cakes, every bite a. delight.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP ! Open evenings and Sundays. OL.
Exchange-that misfit pen for a LEGE GROCERY, 516 E. Williams.
Rider Master Pen plus Rider Service ITi? OING IN Greek and Latin, Unij-
at versity graduate. Greek: Couirses
302 State St ! A. C and I. Latin: Courses, Y and
RIDE'S EN HOP I 131. Phone 3327-R., 915 E.,IHgron.
SKATfES hollow ground '25c. The
Get you examination pen now so l Sharp Shop, 306 S. Ashley.
that you will be sure that it works as!---;
you wish it to. We have ten kindsI STUDENT desiring lessons in~ Span-
including Wahl's New Signature Pen ish to perpare for~ exams call 1104.
and The Rider Master Pen. 1100 ENRAEDSYE CALLING
We fit and service every pen we " A~,8c elm fnsds
sell. This insures you better value nCAIN" 5. Velmfnsd-
at incie Samples free. Agents
302 State 'St wanted. Retteir, 2219 Allen, E:
1 Chattanooga, Tenn.
RIDER'S PEN. SHOP MOD~EL MIEjXIBIit
EVERHAR PECIL NOVEL DEVICE OF+ UPPER P19NIN-
Our stock of Eversharp Pencils is 1 SULA RANGE MAN AT- ti
still large and complete. Take advan- TRIACTS ATTENION
tags of the special price now at The One of the most inter'esting exhib
Wahl Service Station. its ever seen here and undoubtedlyj
RIDERS PEN SHOP{ ever constructed is the exhiAtioin
302 State St. of the Maynes model mine and city
w jvhich is being exhibited starting this
Daily Want Ads always bring goo 1 week at 609 Church st.
results. (Continued on Page Eight)

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Z Master fountain pen. Name
1Strohm on barrel. Call 2024-

WEDNESDAY, a pair of glasses in
leather case some place' between
Library and University Hi-gh School
Call Miss Dow, 3237.
FOR SALE-
~TUXCEDO. Practically new. Call 15-
05.
COMPLETE set of Lu~dwig drums.
Nearly new. Cheap for cash.
P~honae 2540-W.
A NINE room house, to trade as a
down payment for a large income
property. Call 617.

ROOMS for eight, nine, or twelve
boys for second semester. ,leani
and warm. Located only three
blocks from campus. Box W. G.
ONE NICELY furnished single room.
Call 1300 Geddes. Phone 2310-M.

SEVERAL GOOD orchestras left for
your 7-Hop party, Feb. 9. Call
'Folk, 751-W evenings 7-9.
VANTEb

TWO PLEiASANT rooms for girls at
1020 Church st. Phone 1405-W.
'ROOM suitable for two, madern con-
veniences, quiet surroundings, pri-
vate family.' 346 E. Kitigsley.
1 DOU'BE room, new house, shower
bath. 334 E. Jefferson.
SUITE FOR three. Preferrably En-
gineers. -Price resaonable. 1 block
from college. Phone Cameron or
Thompson after. 6:30, 2809-R.
3 FURNISHED light. housekeeping
}rooms. Reasonable. 1340 Vollard

SPENCE'R Miscroipe, excellent
dition~. Mechanical stage.
House Physican, t'University
pital

con-
Call
Ilos-

6 ROOM House. Ik'4odern in every,
way. $1000 down payment. See
this place a once. Call +617.

A ROOM for two boys, board if de-
sired, in private home. 916 Mary
St.

LIVE ENERGETIC salesman. Easi
est selling specialty on marke
904-R. Miss Wood.
BY BUSINESS girl : Furnished lig]it
housekeeping apartment, one or tw+I
rooms near Campus. 'First floe
preferred. Call 1555-R.
THESES neatly typed. 10c per
sheet. Call 3359-J.
ROOMMATE for congenial student in
private family. 346 E. Kins ley.
A WELL furnished suite Hof rooms for
three men 'students, location option-
al. Call 1328, ask for Tolle or Har-
ley.
FIVE YOUNG men students for next
semester to fill vacancy. SingleI
Simmon's beds, single desks, show-!
er baths, steam heat, and dorm-
itory. Call 523 Packard or phone
2866-M.
TWO SINGLE rooms for next semes-
ter. Box R. H.
ROOM for one or two girls in 'private
home next semester. Board if de-
sired. Can tutor high school girl
for part pay. 744 Packard st.a
Phone 1528-M.
GIRL wants single rooms wit~h private
family within 2 or 3 blocks of cam'.-
pus. Call 1657-W.4
I WILL get that these out on time,
Typing done at reasonable rates.
Call 3067-J, noon or after 7 p. im.
FUAMILY and student washings; Work
guaranteed. Phone 1171-M.l
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NINE~ ROOM house, just south of camr-I
pus, excellent condition, $1000 down
payment.: Call 661-W,
52 ACRE farms; 1 1-2 miles fromi the
campus, only $14,000. Also 60
acres, 2 miles from the Court House
overlooking the Huron River at
$13,000 will take Ann Arbor prop-
erty i echange. John Huss, The
Land Man, Phone 2258-R.
COSMETIC SFR1CE
Superfluous
FACIAL lHAIR~S
Rem oved Perman~ently by
ELECTROLYS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
224 Nickel's Arcade
By Appointment only
Phone 116i7-R.
3-$ p. M.
TYPE WRITING4
TYPING. Accurate work on. manu-
scripts, letters etc. Would take
TYFEWRITERtS
of all makes
Sold, rented cleaned
exchanged and repaired.
0. D..31OURRILLI
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
Your these and notes will be
promnptly and neatly
TYPE WRITTEN
at
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
over "M" Lunch,
322 South State Street.

LARGE ROOM, steam heat, fire place,
for two gentlemen or ladies. Kitch-
en privileges if desired. Phone
I 1069-J.
GARAGE, cement floors, lights. 1234
fProspect. Call 3414.
NICELY furnished room for 2 girls,
$4.00 each. 511 Cheever Court,
.phocne v16-.
ONE SINGLE and one double room,
very resoniable, price right. Two
blocks from campus. Phone 468-J,
SONE NICJELY furnished single room,
also double front room, 1300 Geddes,
1phone 2310-M.
TWO LARGE suites or single room.
Can accommodate five or six boys
Opposite "Sleepy Hollow", beauti-,
ful view, ideal neighborhood to
study. Hot water and hot air.
Rates resaonable. 1426 Washington
4Heights. Phone 781-M.
DOUBLE 'room with sleeping porch,
3 blocks from campus, call 3056-R
COMFORTABLE two room suite, near
State St. "524 ~Hill st.
LARGE WARM single room, 3 blocks
from campus. No other roomers.
Phone 826-J.
ROOMS FOR Rent, double or single,
One block from campus. 1011 Mon-
roe.
BOAR])
WILL I3OARD six to eight young
men; private family;' convenient to
campus. Phone 468-J.

WHI1TN'EY THEATRE
MONDAY, JANUARY 28
YEAz (SUN A ''a'aUR
LTHEATRIE. A NEW \OIU n
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13REC/SELW 77iE SAME 13?LL/A7r
CAST and P20oou0Y/MN45 /f{N. N V."

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LIKE the sturdy, i1
that stands the I
shockcs and stresses a
of traffic year in and v
9 rout, the Yale
loc i built to en-c
Sledge-hammer I
bloswill not iice 4

iope p~or can
a crow "bar. 'N
own key isthe4

.E glish Model--
WUide TrouserĀ§

SCSIU MACHER HAR1DWARE COWPA
A Store of Individu~al Sho 08 W-13 S.1M

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Special at $35

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Also

SHIRTS

STUDS & LINKS

HOSIERY,

and

DERBIES

SUNDAY
SPECIAL
5 too8
Hot buttered biscuits with
creamed chickeni 35c
Creamed salmon and Riche-
lien pleas 25c
Bread and; pure creamery
butter 5c
Richelieu Coffee Sc
Hot, tender, buttermilk waf-
fles, with pure creamery
butter and all the hot
maple syrup you want 25c'
SERVICE-QUIK
QUALITY-THE BEST
If you don't agree, it's free.
ARBOR
FOUNTAIN
313 S. STATE ST.

Lutz Clothiung S towonw

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ALL, SEATS JRESERVED)

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ni Safest
for your
Ex1aLms
Now is the time to cor-
rec't your pen troubles.
It will be too late .after
exams start to make
sure your 'pen is work-
ing 'so it will not annoy
you.
Come to us now. Ex-
amination is free and

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The Michigan Daily will issue a
J-Hop Extra, Saturday Morning,
February 8th. This extra will
: contain a group picture of those
attend ing the Hop, lists of booths
and guests present, -and a com-
plete resumze of the previous .

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TUXEDOS

night's

gaieties.

Re s~rvations

A new shipment just

received

may save trouble.

$35.00 and up to *60 "00
The newest in Vests, Shirts, Ties and.

s+aev.' ovwttr
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for copies may be made by call-
ing the Business Department of
The Daily---call '960
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