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THE MICHIGAN DATL~Y

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44hc~b latern shop 1

ADVERTISING

LO1ST
PAIR GLASSES in case, on Church
or Prospect, between Oakland and
Wells, Tuesday night. 1207 Pros-}
pect, phone 2388-'J. Re~ward.
BLACK RIMIMED glasses between
"U" Hall and Martha Cook. Phone
627. ?Miss Sheldoni. Reward.
GOLD FOUNTAIN pen between
Washtenaw and Economics bldg.
Finder please call 2570.
E.J.GIN WRIST watch, and silver1
braclet. Reward for return to Mar-
jor ie Scaddin, phone 3062.
BRACELET set with~ green stones, I
Sunday afternoon near campus. Re-
wards Rleturn to M. Weber, New-
berry Residence.
NEAR HILL auditorium, black leath-
er key case with four keys. Phone
1824-M.
F0O1-ND

FORIZ IY

SPECIAL~
Breakfasts and
Lunches served .
during week-
end° of J-H op. rmodern
dancng
For reservation:

Children's clasS, every]
Saturday afternoon atl
2:30 o'clock.I
Eight one-hour Classical
Class Lessons, $5.00.
Adult's Class every Mon-
(lay and F'riday night. 16'
Class Lessons $5.00. Free
from 8 to 10 P. M.
Private Lessons Daily
Modern and Classicial°
TEiRACE 46RDEN
10 A. 11.-10 P. '1.s

STypewriting and ynieogrihinb
promptly and~ neatly done.
Theses, student notes and college
work a specialty for fifteen years
-he Typewriter & StatiQnery Store.
l 27 Niekels Arcade
EVERSHARP PENC1"Ls
Our stock of Eversharp.- Pencls'w is
still large and, complete. TFake advan-
tage of the special price now 'at The -
Wahl Service Station.!
I RIDER'S .PBN SHOP
302 State St.'

FOUNTAIN PENS

IOt~T Get you examnination penr nov
CORSETSthat you will be sure that it work
SPECIAL SALE, American Lady Cor- yourn wish it to. We have ten k~
sets, $7.50, $8.00, values at $1.98, including Wahl's New Signature
M ne .Lyra Corsets, $11.00 and $12 ;and The Rider Master Pen.
values for $3.25., The Exquisite W i n evc vr e
C~orset Shop, Liberty St. 'sell.. This insures you better v
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RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St

from campus, steam hxeat, price rea-
sonable. 812 E. Washington.
IDEAL FRONT suite for 2 or 3, first
floor, one block from Engineering
Building. U5 Church St. call 1810-
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ONE DOUBLE and one single room.
Clean and warm, convenient to hos-
pital and canmpus. $3.00 each.
Phone 1686-R, 711 E. Ann.
ONE GOOD single room, for male
students., 1030 Church, phone 1421-
ONE BLOCK from campus, large front
suite on first floor for next semes-
ter. Phone 1422-W, 521 E. Jeffer-
son.}

fFountain Pens and Pencil Insur- CRETO
ance. Have your name emtnos6i on'C RETO
them. Price. 25 cents. A typographical error appeared
30." D. 31ORB[ILL the Schultz Grocery ad Saturday mnor
i!7 Nickels Ar~cade ing. The prize of a 9 oz. tumbler
The Tpewrter Staioney Stre. Cueva jelly read, 23 cents, $4.50 a do
Exchange that misfit pen for a en. This should have read, 23 cer.
Rider Master Pen plus Rider Service 1$2.50 a dozen.

call 3093-M.
703 E
UNIVERSITY

,M1ISCELLANEOUS

SKATES -hollow ground --25e.
Sharp Shop, 306 S. Ashley.

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STUDENT desiring lessons in Span-}
ish to perpare for exams call 1104.

RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St

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WVILL GIRL who left watch Ii
room ini Natural Science Bl1dg,
C. M. Slack, 2845-J.

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FOR SALEV

ONE NICE room, suitable for two, al-
so garage. 413 S. Division, Phone,
1464-J.-
A WARM room in a quiet home.
Phone 2051-M. 1127 Church.
TWO FRONT rooms, one first,, one
secondl floor: for boys, $4.00 apiece.
Wel heated, good light, two blocks
from campus. 604 Forest Ave.
Phone 1810-J.
TWO PLEASANT rooms for girls at
1020 Church St. Phone 1405-W.
ROOM either single or double. 520
Cheever Ct. Phone 1755-J.

WAINTEDI HELP,-
EARN MONEY in your spare time. A
mlan of mature years can make a
very substantial income with our
proposition. We teach you how to
Isell income protection, something;
that every wage earner and salaryi
earner needs. Massachusetts Bond-
and Insurance Company. Capital
$1,500,000, Saginaw, Mich.E
ARCADE CAFETERIA wants girl
student for counter work noons and
evenings.
WANTED
A PLACE in J-Hop Booth, Phone
1612-R for Brande.
J- HOJ Ticket. Call Gartner, even ings,

TYPE WRITING
T1YPE WRITERS
of all awakess
Sold, rented cleaned
exchanged- and repaired.
4.1). M 6RRRILL
17 Nickels' Arcadc
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.!

DO YOUR GLASSES NEED CHANGING?
If they do why not get a pair that, will never have to be
changed?
A pair of glasses fittd by us~ are guaranteed to fit in-
definitely,. making- this the most economical optical work known.
We straighten cross eyes without operation, and use no
drugs' or drops in any of our work.

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pen"

Your these and notes
promptly and neatly
TYPE9WRITTEIN

will be

C. S. WICKENS, OPH.
Eyesight Specialist

MOREmlivics
IaRKder

[It hatch a whole bar-
rat full of intk. .Not a
barrel full of trouble-
making parts.

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BUSINESS SERVICE C(
over "M" Lunch,,
322 South State Street.

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TIAILOR mnade tuxedo. Like new
Call 231.
'VALENTINE\)S Photocraft Shop
them. 2 Nickel's Arcade.

$25.
has

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It's ideal for

FULL DRESS suit and vest. Call
;370-,T.
NEW ENCLAND cot. Reasonable,
610 Thom~psoni 67-M.
JEWELRY"
PFARLS, 11hinestones, beads for trim-
mning. Hair ornaments, chokers,
bead necklaces for J-Hop at Palais
Royal.
NOTICE+
WILL THE per~son who took the
brown overcoat with the Kuppien-
heimer label from the basement
coatroom of the Union, Friday night
return same before Tuesday night
wvith the gloves to 1222 Washtenaw
and avoid prosecution. Otherwise
immediate action will be taken.
WILL person who -picked up fountain
pen on Library Desk Wednesday
night, please mail it to 407 S. Fifth
Ave, and. avoid further trouble. If
niot returned within two days the
matter will be taken to the Dean.
Phil Diamond./
REAL ESTATE-

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ROOM FOR two men in new house.
Dormitory arrangement. 806 Sybil
St, Phone 2162-M.
LARGE, LIGHT, well heated suites
and~ double rooms near campus,
new furniture of best type, reason-
able rates, board if desired at 611
Church St.,
SINGLE OR DOUBLE room with pri-
vate family. Use piano if desired.,
421 Benjamin St, phone 2893-J.
ROOMS for students, in quiet zone.
SWell heated, near campus, phone
348-R.
PLEASANT, large warm front room
for student. Single $4.00. 724 S.
Division St.
VERY DESIRABLE front suite, two
rooms, well lighted, roomy, warm
quiet house, price right. 535 S.
Division.
NEAR CAMPUS, second sem'ester,
two nice single rooms for men who
would appreciate the quiet and
cleanliness of a home. 1014 Church
Tel 1600-J.
DOUBLE. ROOM at 612 Hill. First
house off state. Use of piano.
Phlone 16604-.
FRONT SU[ITE, second floor for two
mnen. Mrs. Eaton, 421 Thompson
{phone 2672-R.
SINGLE ROOM, two blocks from cam-
pus. Phone 1147-M.
ROOMS for boys also room on first
floor for lady. Private entrance.
Phone 2542-J.
DESIRABLE ROOM for girl. One
block from campus, 1233 Volland
Call 2482-M.
DESIRABLE ROOMS for boys. 6310

2096-J. I1[~r11
J-HOP ticket. Call 2775-J.
THREE J-HOP .tickets. Call' 3094. E0-
Pi Kappa Alpha house, Mr. Kendall. .
N E A T M E C H N I C L d r ft s a n a i oS
NEATursMeHANICaedrafsomaaoutre "L.I J I1 1~
experience essential. Box K. C.
A YOUNG LADY to do secretarial=
work for room rent. 217 Observa- F .'
tory. Phone 2315-1Z. - N._(tin-
Those wuho have-eeuLndI.~~iaLy dn
CONGENIAL student would like the.
roommate for second semester,; ner atth Harmony h~av. experienced
front suite, second floor, steam heat,j 4 .1 AI~--41 nfas rez
q]uiet house. Rent reasonable.. Phone m .te new acLII deIlihfl ple ur of.:
320-J or call 415 N. Division St. h m
MANUSCRIPTS to type, twelve centw o k dfo saii~ o g na
per sheet. Call evenings 1813-R: rou1nd in o-s...
WILL RENT a furnished house or
room of anyone on leave of absence 'C y y ,,i
this semester. Call 433-W. I1_ . L Qu C a en o' SC JAA~.4'
DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING = dinner.
Exclusive collegiate styles for
young women. Needlework of all a
hinds. Experienced workmanship.;
MRS. R. T. REAMmiT
411 Thompson. Phone 2768-W. :E rtar1T1QI1taT
=.;r'h a 'MODE SHOP makes frocks to suit 1y
your individual taste for J-Hop; Eat .r
also hemstitching. 711 N. Univer- f 508 EVVst ilamfl treet
sity, Phone 2914-J3. =5
TYERIE RPMIO =,.
_.,, a,, i~ti1Htltlil111iD1i~ 1 I~illilfi~lttftlt' H11111 111.i11.tllt {itl~l1 1Eliltilllflt8tllilltd'lfi t 4,

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Costs but little mrore
and serves for-
ever.
CQuaranteed'
anid Serviced by
Rider himself.

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302- state St,

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$EAUTJFUL
Sorority or
pus and in
W. Dwyer,

RESIDENCE suitable
Fraternity. Near cam-
best location. Call J.1
Room 508 First Nat'll

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FRATERNITY OR SORORITY
Very large home~, Washtenlaw Sec-
io, beautiful grounds and surround-I
igs; first time on the market. For
ppointrnents, call Mrs. Burnett with
C. L BROOKS
215; First Nat'l Bank Bldg
hone 'i315 Evenings 2781
'OR SAL OR rent, 2 rooming houses;
2 cottages, 3 flats and light house-
keeping rooms, 217 Observatory, A.
A. Schryver.

kLL MAKES. Agency Woodstocek andC
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copyI
holders, rubber 'stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleanors and st1l;-
plies. Machines rented.j
ANN ARBOR TYPEJfWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtown
COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permianently by
ELECTROLYSIS

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BUILDING LOTS on both' the East Thompson. 687-M.y ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
and West side, prices, ranging from 224 Nickel's Arcade
$750 to $6,000. We have 160 feet LARGE ROOM also suite for next I By Appointment only
in one piece on Baldwin Aye, noth- semester, 1336 Volland st. Phone 1167-R.
ing~ offered in the city any better.1SUT ROM,3o4bys t 3-6 p. M.
cal 173-M forappintent 3. floor, 1 suite rooms 2 boys, 2nd
K. Malcolm. floor, 1 single room, 3rd floor. Call
8 ROOM MODERN house in good in morning. 615 Monroe. Phone 1
room, location at $10,500, finished in -M._______________ iu r n e o I
oak throughout. Some student SINGLE OR double room, private U u r fl e d
~furniture included, $1,500 down,~ family, shower bath, well heated,
$75.00 per month. Will gain pos- I Single $4.00 or $5.50 for double. ; Against Darning. I
session Feb. 1st. J. Karl Malcolm, Call 1247-M.
602 E. Liberty St. 1713-~M.- Here isgeun h o si e ry
1 FRONT SUITE, 2 doubles for two *geuin
HOUSES TO EXCIIANGE. I have or three boys, large, well lighted, value for you. Guaranteed,
party that wants to exchange a steam heat, shower baths. Reason- mn
$5500 equity in a 8 room house on able and two blocks from campus.,~ high-grade hose for me, I
So. State st. for a $2,000 or $3,000 536, Thompson.
would rent well. J. Karl Malcolm, ROOMS for seven upper classmen. Gmoantedwshout arsing
602 E. Liberty St. 1713-M. 727 Oakland, phone 943-R. onthwtotdrig
T LARGEHESsuitabe or ONE DOUBLE and one single room, $ .1LV
Fraternity or Sorority. Both< well one half block from. the campus. 1
located, modern, terms Will be ar- Phone 2310-M, 1300 Geddes.
ranged. J. Karl Malcolm, 602 E. A
~Liberty st, 1713-M. ROOM FOR two students, one block 1u i I
___________________________ from campus. Good heat, 3039-W. 3
ROOMING AND boardng houses for U 3l e
sale. 10 Room house, may be used TWO SUITES on second floor, one
-as small apartments or single rooms double room. Prices reasonable.* .
now rented as two apartments at Phone 2783-J. 420 S. Division. * ...1Vr L b-I
$10.00 each and profit in forty SINGLE room for man, Phone 854-J. Pr oo. ~~i.fR
boarders. $2500 to $3,000 will 214 S. Ingalls.%T
that is seldom available. 1713-M. ROOM either singleor double. Phonefo-
J.Karl Malcolm, 602 E. Liberty. 1070-M. 612 Church st.* may be seen at this store, In I
MISCELLANEOUJS DESIRABLE'rooms, one block from I your size and your favorite
campus, newly furnished, $4 and cor.Whbak\
Sunday Evening Specials $5 per man. 644 Tappan. coo.3h not get ako
Delicious Hot Waffles TWO GOOD double rooms on second th prwa asunc o
Pork Sausage floor. 509 S. Division.I SERVICE in the purchaseh
Hot Coffee ofmns5oe
Fresh Strawberry Shortcake ONE SUITE for men or business peo- o e' oe
Saindwiches Salads ple. Nice and clean and plenty of3
Toasts Deserts clean linen. Phone 2172-J. 408 E. Cotton
X ot or -cold drinks, etc Washington.'U~~ .£I
313OR5FOSTAROM either single or double. 425 "airts $ .
313 S Sate S. Division. Phone 1565J. N orinecssaydrn
COMFORTABLEfrn sut ida Nodrigncsry uig
I~EE PHYICALY ~ by he dily for married couple, in modern pri- the periods specified. s

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*February 9th, This extra wiill
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and guests present, and a coami
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