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DAY, JANUARY 24, 1924

iTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. I

LASSIFTI Et P..
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

NOTICE-WILL THE PERSON WHO _ _WANTE_____E__ __
TOOK "JIMMIE THE AD-TAKE RS ARE YOU leaving college this semrn
COAT FROM THE THIRD FLOt ester to earn enough to carry you!
OF U. HALL, WE HOPE BY 1S- throughschool next year? If so and
TAKE, PLEASE RETURN SAME you are interested in a banking
OR COME4TO THE DAILY OFFICE proposition address Box "J. B."
AND GET THE HAT THAT GOES Daily.
WITH IT. ,THAT WAS A SA 1)
MISTAKE AND THE SOONER WHITE ,COMPETENT pastry cook"
CORRECTED THE BETTER, HE 508 Williams, Call 870-R.
IS NOT AN ESKIMEAUJX.

LOST
JAN. 13 between Walnut st. and Bar-
ton Dam, attached shoe and skate.
Call 2316-M. Reward.
LADIES wrist watch,gold, Swiss, lost
between Chubbs and 802 Monroe,
Call 1547-R.
MONDAY AFTERNOON, silver Conk-
lin fountain pen initials 14. M. Re-
ward. Call 1034.
THE BARREL of a Wahl gold pen
about two weeks ago. Return to
Miss Brooks, phone 570.
FORD AUTOMOBILE title. Name
Lester Fooney, call 1317-R. Re-1
ward.
PARKER DUOF OLD fountainpen. E.
R, Slaughter, Phone 657, 702 Oak-,
land.
FOR SALE
SIXTEEN ROOM brick house, eight
rooms on first floor, eight on the
second, large dormitory, hard wood '
flnc whitsaaa rnlunrj

WANTED
FRENCH 1 TUTOR for male student.
Call 1165-W.
BY TWO upperclassmen, suite of two
rooms in private family for the sec-
ond semester, in the vicinity of Hill
and Forest. Call 1460, and ask for
Pailthorp.
A TICKET for the J-Hop. Call Mc-{
Donald, 661-W after 7 evenings.
J-HOP ticket. Call 2775-J.
STUDENTS FOR house to -house sell-1
ing proposition. Good money dur-
ing s pare time. See De Ruiter, 806
Hill.
FURNISHED apartment or light
housekeeping rooms for a young
married, couple. Phone 1637-R.
EXPERIENCED salesman with Ford
car. Why work hard; our article
sells itself. See J. Dale Lamkin.
101 Oakland Ave from 1 to 6 p. m.
GRADUATE WOMAN s tudent de sir-
es room in quiet house . Not
Smore than five blocks from cam-

FOR RExT
FIVE ROOM apartment, steam heat,
strictly modern. 548 Church St.
COMFORTABLE Single room, block
from campus, steam heat, price rea-
sonable; 812 E. Washington.
ONE LARGE double front room one
block from campus. 868 Monroe
st. Phone 1200-R.
TWO ROOM apartment for 3 students
seniors preferred. Best of furni-
ture, $3.00 each. Phone 1686-R,
LARGE front room also room-mate
wanted for large room close to cam-
pus, 427 Thonipson.
SEVERAL UNUSUALLY attractive
rooms with large cleeping porch.
Select district. 1941 Geddes. Phone
3335-R.
DOUBLE ROOM for second semester.l
Hot water and heat. One blockI
from diagonal walk. Phone 3039-W.
2 NICELY furnished double -room al-
so "single room. 1-2 block from
campus. Phone 2310-M. 1330'
Geddes.
SINGLE LARGE Room for girl stu-
dent. Next door to Newberry Res.
Warm, convenient. Tel. 2707-J.
DOUBLE OR SINGLE room with 41
private family. Phone 2893'-J. I
SINQLLE ROOM. Available immedl-,
ately, $4 per week. 425 Cross.'
Phone 1590-J.

FRONT SUITE prefer married couple,
between State and Main. 108 F.
Williams, 3052-M.
DOUBLE ROOM $6.00 or single room
$5.00 near Ferry Field in pr ivate
home. Call 2864-J.
TWO PLEASANT rooms for girls at
1020 Church St. Phone 1405-W.
LARGE ROOM, 2 1-2 blocks from cam-
pus. No other r oomers, 1314 S.
University, Phone 3363-R.
COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfiuous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
224 Nickel's Arcade
By Appointment only
.. Phone 1167-R.
3-6 p. m.
TYPEWRITING
TYPING. Accurate work on manu-.
scripts, letters etc. Would take
TI YPEW tR ITERS
of all makes
Sold, rented cleaned
exchanged and repaired.
0. D. MORRRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
Your these and notes will be
promptly and neatly
'TYPEWRITTEN
at
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,

Adelphli Eleets Officers
Millard H. Pryor, '25, was elected
speaker of the Adelphi Houes of Rep-
resentatives for the second semester
at the meeting of the house Tuesday
night. The other officers elected for
tihe second semster are: Albert Al.
Stern, '26, clerk; Harry A. Mitchell,
'25, treasurer; and Homer D. Strong,
'26, sergeant-at-arms.
Daily classified for real results.
FOUNTAIN PENS

Fountain Pens and Pencil insur-
ance. Have your name embossed on
them. Price 25 cents.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
Get you examination pen now so
that you will be sure that it works as
you wish it to. We have ten kinds
including Wahl's New Signature Pen
and The Rider Master Pen.
We fit and service every pen we
sell. This insures you better value
at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St
CLEARANCE SALE
Eversharp and broken lines of mech-
anical pencils also Gift Sets of
Fourntain Pens and Pencils one-half
off.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
Exchange that misfit pen for a
Rider Master Pen plus Rider Service
at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St
TYPEWRITER REPAIRING
ALL MAKES. Agency Noodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stanrps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtown
MUSICAL
KEEP PHYSICALLY ;T by the daily
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen
on Records. Complete outfits sold
by Schaeberle & Son.

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SA VE a dollar! Easiest
thing in the world. Simply
buy one of our cash cards and
get $6worth of cleaning and
pressing for $5. Good anv
time. The most convenient
way of paying. And the
cheapest!
GOLDMA;N

Read The Daily "Classified" Columns

1 NICELY furnished front single giver ina7ILunch .
room, for girls, 1028 Church. Phone 322 South State Street.
1421-J. Typewriung and mimeographing
ROOMS FOR two, one block and apromptly and neatly done.
half from campus. 1103 E. Wash- Theses, student notes and college
intgon.work a specialty for fifteen years
mtg_ __._ the Typewriter & Stationery Store.
PLEASANT SUITE in private home 0. 1). MORRILL,
at 717 Arbor St., near Ferry Field. 17 Nickels Arcade
Phone 932-M. TAILOR
FRONT SUITE second floor, for two U
men. Mr. Eaton, 421 Thompson. CUSTOM MADE suits-Alterations R1
Phone 2672-R. imiring. Albert Gansle, Tailor, 116
S. Main (upstairs).
FOR SALE-EAST SIDE

ioors, wnie enamel woodt wor i~
I1U1~ VIIL~~UIJ~I ~ UUWU k, pus. Box K.
two fire places, bath on each floor, p
two blocks from the campus, garage , A GIRL to go to the
and drive, $16,000 with a small Alexander MacGregor.
down payment. Call 617. W.
NEW FULL dress and vest, size 36, NOTICE
$25. Call 2302-M evenings.
TUXEDO, good tailor made tuxedoTHE STI.DENT who by
$30. Phone Kohler at d tx3. d the brief case, contaii
_3.P__Kh__ I.stracts, belonging to L
TWO CHALIAPIN tickets, center, first er, return to this off
balcony. Call 691-J before 8 or af- to him at Michigan
ternoon. Schaefer Road, Spring
A REAL RADIO SET complete. Will ONE black leather notei
install and guarantee. Come see name on it, and Ec
'ow it works, phone 1058-J, Weaver. book disappeared in
room. Possessor kin
RESSERS, double-deckers, chairs, inc at 1408-.T or call a
Desks and refrigerator 9x6x5. Must j son St. Reward. Rob
sell at once due to moving. Acacia
Fraternity, 783. 31ISCELLANE(
CHALIAPIN Concert Tic ket, main SKATES bollow group
floor, center f ifth row, call 1201-J Sharp Shop, 306 S. As
3. McHenry.
STTDENT desiring less
EVERSHARP PENCILS ish to perpare for exa
Our stock of -Evershar Penils is 1)RESMAKTNV1 ANT) T

J-Hap. Call
Phone 1794-
mistake took

ning four ab- We are pleased to present a six room bungalow one one of the best
Leo R. Schaef- residential streets in Ann Arbor for your consideration. The lot s large
fice or direct and has three maple trees, beautifully landscaped with shrubbery and flow-
n Ave. and ers.
gwell, Mich.
book with my The living room is finished in dark oak and the celing and side walls
onomics text- are covered with hand decorated canvas; the floors are oak. There is a
Union Wash- large fireplace, built -in bookcases and a suffici ent number of electric wall
dly telephone plugs.
at 410 Thomp- p
Bert Newman. 37 . .. «.. -1.,- - - - - -i,:., -

Telephone 13

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nd 25c. The
hley.'
ons in Span-
ams call 1104.
rATT(R TN.
cks to suit
for J-Hop,
1 N. TUniver-'

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The dining room is large with a beamed ceiling and paneled side walls;
large built-in buffet.
The kitchen is finished in white enamel, large closet for pots and pans,
extra refrigeration room.
There are two large bedrooms finished in cream enamel, with spacious
closet room; built-in bath with Berge linen closet.

1 large and complete. Take advan-
e of the special price now at Thej
hl Service Station.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP I
302 State St.

MODE SHOP- makes fro
your individual taste
also hemstitching. f711
sity," Phone 2914-J .

The basement is large and divided into separate rooms; the found-
ation is poured cement and the partition walls are plastered (space for
maid's room in basement with plenty of ventilation) Hot air furnace, soft
water lift, laundry tubs, fruit and vegetable cellar, dustless coal bin.

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Double garage; garden.

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For an appointment to see this beautiful home,
Call MR. NEWTON with

SEMI-ANNUAL

Clearance

Sale!

CHAS. L. BROOKS
215 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.

Suits, Overcoats, Top Coats,
Hats, Caps, Bath Robes, at
25%. Reduction

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Phone 315

Evenings 2064-J.

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Brushed Wool

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Mufflers and Sweaters at
331/3% Reduction

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BeautIy in
Rubber Fountain Pens

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Heavy Union Suits,

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Flannel Shirts, Sweaters,

Lined Gloves,

All Collar Attached Shirts
at 20% Reduction

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HE new Wahl Pen in engine-turned
black rubber is unlike any fountain pen'
you have ever seen. Anyone who writes will
be proud to own a pen of such grace and
splendid writing performance. It is as prac-
tical as it is beautiful.
The man's-size fist with the cast-iron grip
will find a Wahl Pen to fit it. And so will
the dainty feminine hand. There are sizes
and shapes to suit every man and woman in
college or business.
Wahl Pen is made by the makers of Ever-
sharp. It is another leader. The Wahl fill-
ing device fills the pen brim-full of ink every

time. The Wahl comb feed regulates the
flow so that the pen writes the instant you
touch it to paper. You never have to shake it.
The ink never floods.
The everlasting nib is 14-karat gold, tipped
with the hardest, finest iridium, Unbiased;
experts say it is the ultimate in nib-making.
Clipped in pocket, purse or note book,
Wahl Pen cannot leak-the patented cap
construction prevents it. Wahl Pen is so
perfectly balanced and proportioned that ait
seems made just for your hand alone. It
writes perfectly. Ask your dealer about
Wahl Pen. All styles and sizes. $2.50 up'

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Wadhams & Co.
The Home of Society Brand Clothes

Stetson hats have that crispness of line
vhich is so truly the hallmark of the

Made in the U. S. A. by THE WAHL CO., Chicago

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