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, SEPTEMBER 23, 1924

THLE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LASS ECOLUMN
U CLOSES
ADVERTISING AT ,3P.Y

FOR SALE
P'IAINO, in good condition. Cheap for
c° si. A. F. Harrison, Springwater
Sudivision, Packard Rd.
U PRIGH T PIANO, mahoganmy case;
-in good condition. Reasonable.
Call 1532-4. (12-2 P. M.)
MVICKS,OPF,-Three lenses - Zeiw,
*Leitz and. oil immersion. Ide, 5thI
floor, Lawyers Club.
GERMAN POLICE puppies of quality.
Silver gray, healthy, sturdy, pedi-
*greed, reasonable. 21.5 Wildwood
Ave. 2789-R.

FORD--I can save you $20 on a newv
Ford any model. Roberts, Secy. of-
lice, University.
FiOR SALE,'Early model Ford tour'-
iag car-cherap. 1301 Wihlmot-Call
A complete new lino of
1)'IIIL &MLA{ IE
Th'le ,American Cigar Store
514 E. ilas
NEW. HSNUDSON COACH driven 2000
milses.
FORDS $40.00 uip.
NI X IN'S 416 S. Main. Phone 5s ,
AUTO livery in connection.
stare Motor in excellent mdi,,-
l ion. $50 cash. Inghram. 52F
Ta.1; n Telephone 144t.
F'OR SALE Rcn)1i igton Por}t I(
Tyertr.Thimepamnt ie-
siredl., o.Rgse,;i.Ma-
soan, Plhone .109.
T YPE WITEi1-.',S
F.,OR SALE,%,7-Large and lDorth~le ty Vpe
wrters7 . See ontr,-,i before ynii 'b1Y.
S. A. Moran, 711 N. Univ. imu 2,
flor. ..r

fO(YUNTjAIN PUNS
BUY AFOUNTIN PN MADE IN
ANN ARBOR
"Rjd r Ma, tcrpen now on" sale in
er'Pzen:Shop, 302 State Street.
Ask hos Ih have them. They will
tel yu hy it is a superior student
pen and Y(,:can not affordl to over-
look _ike wT~On1(erful IService you get
from the ae himself.
('!,T YOUR ,Secturity Fountain Pen at
The COoegeInn.
Fonta i Pnsof the better national
Known nalesincludling Waterman,
Conlin ShaffrParker, Lel~oeuff,
lircK $2()up. If you write, we
have it.
0. DT).MORRILL,
17 Ncel'Arcade,
The Tpewii er Staitionery Store
~ S.l Aremarkalle fountain
pen nvenLio. Baohien, ordinary
y ze en'rvi, ayeor's supply of fine
io~ liy ik. xamneit before you
1 >," my. C yea t±st pen onithe ina rket.
W~ nn crry the- ordinary style of
1'ih i1(e luliaiipenis at prices
f' . $1.dO up. fRooma 2, 2nd floor,
j71.1 X 1Unir.
FLOWERS
,L. ;nolest comlimencit you can
pavyorinoit h kriso sendl her a
1 ( , ;e > Flwr:-on your birthday.
I ut our Fo wet-s by wire!
2Civi.' o a prt of the World.,
e i.s ,ni'ar ou)s your nearest
zin Arbor Floral 0Co.
1821 Ah D inLne, l)hone 2170
" ann t]or ~Leading Florists.

ALL OUR FRIENDS to give us a call,
at our new Church St. Barb~er
Shop. First class work and 'cour-
tesy to all. Joe Shaltis and Edward
B~owen, 607 Churchi.
POSITION as (cook in fraternity
house. Phone 2116-M or write B~ox
91 "Daily".
EXPERIENCED cook wants position
in, a fraternity or sorority house.
P'hone 2116-M.
EXPERIENCED) tenor soloist to sing
in church quartette. Call Mrs.
Cross, 610' E. Liberty St. Phone
2183-J.
SALES WOMEN in or near Ann Ar-
bor to sell popular knit dresses and
suits. Big demand. No competi-
tion. Write or, apply. Folks and
Schmidt, 714 S. State, Ann Arbor.
Phone 1257-Wi.
WANTEiD Family and' Student wash-
ings. All kinds of fraternity andj
Sorority laundry. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Address R. R. 8 Box 98. f
ONE OR TWO Girl graduate stu-
dents "to room." Opportunity to
save half on regular room rent.
One block from campus. Call 1070
or inquire at 1118 S. University
Ave.
WANTED Young, and healthy men ;
fweighing about 150 pounds at the
University Hospital for blood don-
ors. Apply at house Physician's
office, University Hospital-
WANTED 5 College students p~art
time. Good proposition. You mustI
be free to take job at once. Phone
889-WV Tuesday or Wednesday eve-
nings between 6 and 7 only.
T'ENOR1 SOLOIST WVANTED FOR
Church work. Apply 312 S. Div.
Phone 21.2 J.
WANT.ED Garage near corner of For-
est and Hill. Call Parks, 189.

E. N. BILBIE of the Detroit Conser- anion 1Building. Finlderpeaecl
vatory of Music, teacher of Violin, '1885.
Piano, Studio 307 N. Main St. 'Phone -
611-M" LOST Cray Fox fur. Call 20-J. J

A ROOMMATE. Large, light, front
room. Ideal location- 1013 Mon-
roe.
MUSIC

LOST Delta Tait Delta infne
p~leasc call Page 189.

namue St anlPe(l >in.IRoeward!.02 E.
L.Sh1' A brwn lthr billfold con-
tanig 70in( rrenicy in1the Ann
Arbo Saingsflak. N meinside
Findecr l lease return to II. Jamli'son
523 F,. Madiso Sehone3,)S1.

LOT arefountain l)on-oivners

y W ICI _ .mry/ ,.
t __- _

LOST Traveler's check book.
Mignon B3. Hecker, return to
Washington street Phone 24
DIL). . 1 ILLS
Osteopathic Physician
C16 First National Bank 13
Phone 321 F-1
READ !) 111E MI(JHWAN DA

Thc Cosy Corner Tea Room

FOR IRENT -Typew riters, good i a
ines, reasonable charges.Shr
or long term. S. A- Moran, Roomn2.
2nd floor, 711 N. Univ.
1BOAURD-
MEAlTS Home cookying.--om m i -"IA
women- 20 meals $7.00, 1--b5.
314 E. Washington St., Call 7S-W

330 MAYNARD STREET

WILL REOPEN
AFTERNOON T
SEP'

FOR' LUNCHEON.

F'EA AND
'T 23RD.

DINNER

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Youi Need Fountain P'en Service
Buay yourpe s apnrak the only place in Ann Arbor or in the
State of Michigain wh eyo can get this prompt, complete and efficient ser-
vice between la S 04- orinl 24 hours.
Now th-, one of Rider's MASTERPEN
IIIE QUA'LITY, STUDENT PEN-
Ask; an upper class 'man, he will tell you why the Master pen is the

With Thanks!

D YOC.U remember
way back in 19,21
w h e n "Pete."
' ~Van Boven, cap-
tain of that year's
Varsity baseball
team, started the men's furnishing
shop on South University undle=

ocpn you need.
We carry the largst stock in the State, RIDERS, WAHL'S, WATER-
MANS; CO0N KLINS , SHEAFFER'S, PARKER'S and others. Service is
the reason so many students, say, "Rider for pens."

who have purchased from our
store and the natural result is that
we have seen the need for extend-
ing our accommodations so as to
be able to serve an increasing
clientele. We are mighty pleased
to announce the opening -of our
second store, located on State
Street at the Nickel's Arcade en-
trance, where last Saturday our
business for the day amounted to
more than the total for the entire
month. of September three years
ago.

the name of Van

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STUDENTS, SECURE YOUR SUPPLIES FROM - =
South South
University University =
Ave. Ave.
Engineer and Architects' Materials, Stationery, Fountain Pens, :
Loose Leaf Books, Typewriting and Pound Papers, pl
Candies, Laundry Agency, 'Tobaccos

Cress ? In the short interval be-
tween that time and the present
we have had the good fortune to'
please a great many Michigan men

'1107 S. UNIVERSITY TWO NICKELS ARCaADE
STORES

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