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JANUARY 25, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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th t sDANCING
Cbe lantern bop
TH ,Children's Class tomorrow after-
COLUMNF- ECOLMNnoon at 2:30 o'clock and every Sat-
CLESLOSE.S_ .... urday following.
AT 3 P.M. A rT SINGAT Waffles and Eight one hour Classical Class Les-
S .Spee..ELunch.NsoGns,$,.00.
ddaily. Adults' Class every Monday and
es served daily. - - ---- Friday night. 15 modern Class Les-~
FRONT SUITE prefer married couple, Open from 7:30 sons, $5.00. Free dancing from 8 to
IE IDENTITY OF THE PERSN between State and Main. 108 E. A. M, to 7:30 10 p. m.
RERS TOO "JDIIETTIF Williams, 3052-M. P. ". Phone Crivate Lessons Daily, modern and
!A~fERSI ClTaFROMaTH
PHIRD FLOOR OF "U" HALL IS DOUBLE ROOM $6.00 or single room 3093-1 TEClaEsica
°1W KNOWN. UNLESS LOAT IS $5.00 near Ferry Field in pr ivate - TERRACE GARDEN
IJETJRNED TO mICHIGAN 1)AILY home, 916 Mary. Call 2864-J. 703 E- _____A________M.
)FFICE PROSECUTION WILL IMI- University
4EIATELY FOLLOW. TWO PLEASANT rooms for girls at , -TYPEWRITING
*_ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ 1020 Church St. Phone 1405-W. -_--_'''_'''''"-_
LOST TYPEWRITERS
LOST' LARGE ROOM, 2 1-2 blocks from cam- TY o E makE
pus. No other r oomers, 1314 S.!I of all makes
ESDAY EVENING between Arch Unirs.Nothe oers13j14 Sold, rented cleaned
t, Library and Hill Auditoriun the U s h-exchanged and repaired.
arrel of a LeBoeuf fountain pen, FOUND TYPtEWRITER REPAIRING 0. D. 31ORRRILL
all 3164-R. TO N p . b y17 Nickels Arcade
j TWO FOUNTAIN pens. Probably by ALL MAKES. Agency WVoodstock and The Typewriter & Stationery Store.-
R GLASSES in case, on Church j!girls who laid them down on our Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-P,.....w; .cYa ni
el Prospect, between Oakland aid desk while group pictures were be- Ing machine, Line-a-Time copy Your these and notes will be
tells, Tuesday night. 1207 Pros- jing taken. Dey Studio. holders, rubber stamps, ribbons, rnmtu,

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VAxN TtrIIL NOTICE MIS LLA'NEOUS
ARE YOU leaving college this sem- THE STUDENT who by mistake took SKATES hollow ground 25c. T1
ester to earn enough to carry you the brief case, containing four ab- Sharp Shop, 306 S. Ashley.
throughschool next year? If so and I stracts, belonging to Leo R. Schaef-
you are interested in - a banking er, return to this office or direct STUDENT desiring lessons in Spa
proposition address Box "J. B" to him at Michigan Ave. and ish to perpare for exams call 1u
Daily. | Schaefer Road, Springwell, Mich. -. -- -.,--

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WHITE ,COMPETENT pastry cook
508 Williams, Call 870-R.
ARCADE CAFETERIA wants girl
student for counter work noons and
evenings.
WANTED
MARRIED COUPLE desire light-
housekeeping suite near campus.
Box A. Z.
RELIABLE BOY to drive Ford Sedan
to Indiana or Bloomington. Ref-
erences required. Address A. W.
Mich. Daily.
J- HOJ Ticket. Call Gartner, evenings,
'2096-J.
HOP TICKET. Call Newell 1809.
A TICKET for the J-Hop. Call Mc-
Donald, 661-W after 7 evenings. I
J-HOP ticket. Call 2775-J.
EXPERIENCED salesman with Ford
car. Why work hard; our article
sells itself. See J. Dale Lamkin.
808 Oakland Ave from 1 to 6 p. m.
A YOUNG LADY to do secretarial
work for room rent. 217 Observa-I
tory. Phone 2315-R.1

ONE black leather note book with my
name on it, and Economics text-
boob disappeared in Union Wash-
room. Possessor kindly telephone
me at 1408-J or call at 410 Thomp-
son St. Reward. Robert Newman.
FOUNTAIN PENS

Fountain Pens and Pencil insur-
ance. Have your name embossed on
them. Price 25 cents.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Ap cade
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 StI

Ou EVERSIIARP PENClILS i
Our stoc of Eversharp Pencils i
still large and complete. Take advan-
tage of the special price now at The
Wahl Service Station.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St.
COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Remored Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
224 Nickel's Arcade
By Appointment only
Phone 1167-R.
3-6 p. im.

gUTORING in Spanish by llnive1i
graduate. Call 1104.

pect, phone 2368-M. Reward.
'ARKER DUOF OLD fountain pen. E.
R. Slaughter, Phone 657, 702 Oak-
land.
FOR SALE
IXTEEN ROOM brick house, eight
rooms on first floor, eight on the
second, large dormitory, hard wood
floors, white enamel wood work,
two fire places, bath on each floor,
no blocks from the campus, garage
and drive, $16,000 with a small
down payment. Call 617.
EW FULL dress and vest, size 36,
$25. Call 2302-M evenings.
RESSERS, double-deckers, chairs,
Desks and refrigerator 9x6x5. Must
sell at once due to moving. Acacia
Fraternity, 783.

I cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
MUSIAL plies. Machines rented. -~
A'NN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
KEEP PHYSICALLY r >y the daily AYI
use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtown
on Records. Complete outfits soldj
by Schaeberle & Son. IA JONGG
DANCE AT Woodman's Hall, every MAH JONGG $8 to $15 to clear. 818
Saturday Night. 9-12. Church.

k~j u"Iuty u a li~y
TYPEWRITTEN
at
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
over "M" Lunch,
322 South State Street.
Typewriung and UMeographing
promptly and neatly done.
T aeses, sp ent notes and college
Tork a specialty for fifteen years
.he Typewriter & Stationery Store.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade

...

FOR SALE ' EAST SIDE
We are pleased to present a six room bungalow one one of the best
residential streets in Ann Arbor for your consideration. The lot :s large
and has three maple trees, beautifully landscaped with shrubbery and flow-
ers.
The living room is finished in dark oak and the ceiling and side walls
are covered with hand decorated canvas; the floors are oak. There is a
large fireplace, built -in bookcases and a suffici ent number of electric wall
plugs.
The dining room is large with a beamed ceiling and paneled side walls;
large built-in buffet.

Exchange that misfit pen for a
Rider Master Pen plus Rider Service
at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St'

LINGER AWHILE-
Fox Trot
NEW VICTOR RECORD
PAUL WHITEMAN AND HIS
ORCHESTRA
UNIVERSITY MUSIC
HOUSE

TICKET for Chaliapin
Phone University 155.

Concert.1

" e are like a lot

TWO TICKETS for Chaliapin concert
in first balcony on left side. Phone
2800-J. 801 E. Catherine.
TAILOR made tuxedo. Like new $25.
Call 231.;.
FOR SAL OR rent, 2 rooming houses;
2 cottages, 3 flats and light house-
keeping rooms, 217 Observatory, A.
A. Schryver.
FOR lIEYT
COMFORTABLE Single room, block
from campus, steam heat, price rea-
sonable. 812 E. Washington.
ONE LARGE double front room one
block from campus. 808 Monroe
st. Phone 1200-R.
TWO ROOM apartment for 3 students
seniors preferred. Best of furni-
ture, $3.00 each. Phone .1686-R.
FRONT 2 ROOM suite, 2nd floor, well
heated, comfortably furnished, 2 or
3 students. 510 E. Catherine St.
IDEAL FRONT suite for 2 or 3, first
floor, one block from Engineering
Building. 625 Church St. call 1810-
M.
CHARMING room for two business or
professional girls. Call evenings
508 Thompson.
FOR MEN students, one large front
suite and one single room, very
reasonable terms at 1220 Prospect
St. Phone 2019-M.
SUITE for one or two students with
private family. 3337-J.
ONE DOUBLE and one single room.
Clean and warm, convenient to hos-
pital and campus. $3.00 each.
Phone 1686-R, 711 E. Ann.
SEVERAL UNUSUALLY attractive
rooms with large cleeping porch.
Select district. 1941 Geddes. Phone
3335-~R,
SINGLE .ROOM. Available immedi-
ately, $4 per week. 425 Cross.
Phone 1590-J.
1 NICELY furnished front single
room, for girls, 1028 Church. Phone
1421-3.
ROOMS FOR two, one block and a
half from campus. 1103 E. Wash-
intgon.
PLEASANT SUITE in private home
at 717 Arbor St., near Ferry Field.
Phone 932-M.
FRONT SUITE second floor, for two
men. Mr. Eaton, 421 Thompson.
Phone 2672-R.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished or unfurn-
ished 4 rooms and bath, modern
apartment near campus. Ideal for
student couple, reasonable. Phone
3400-F-2.
DOUBLE SUITE, well heated, light,
comfortably furnished, 1-2 block
from campus. 236 So. Thayer st.
Phone 1657-W.
ROOMS, also suites for next semes-
ter,1336 Vollardl.
ONE GOOD single room, for male
student. 1030 Church.
LARGE WARM single room; in pri-
vate family; shower bath. 605
Hoover Ave., nearhState St.
ONE BLOCK from campus, large front
suite on first floor for next semes-
ter. Phone 1422-W, 521 E. Jeffer-

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 large linen closet.
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.

of 5-art

Double garage;,garden.

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

Said a clerk in one of the
New York Stores during the
Recent Pressmen's strike, which
Prevented the regular newspapers from
Publishing.

CHAS. L. BROOKS

Phone 315

215 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Evenings 2064-3.

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--Only too true and during that recent
Strike New York Merchants were quick to see
The great advantage of newspaper advertising.

Ann Arbor Isn't New York-but, in proportion, its
Buying power is as great.

The Michigan Daily-published six mornings every week
Is read by faculty, students and townspeople.
To help you build up your business and carry your
Message to regular customers-it offers you

Modern Advertising Facilities and

Low Contract Rates

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famous Wrigley B0iiding in Chicig ng 'd r Dc',! d w ia

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