THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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IAT 3 PAM
IANO, in good condition. Cheap for
cash. A. F. Harrison, Springwater
Sudivislon, Packard Rd.
JPRIGHT PIANO, mahogany case;
In good condition. Reasonable.
Call 1532-J. (12-2 P. M.)
IICROSCOPE-Three lenses - Zeis,
Leitz and oil immersion. Ide, 5th
floor, Lawyers Club.
SERMAN POLICE puppies of quality.
Silver gray, healthy, sturdy, pedi-
greed, reasonable. 215 Wildwood
ORD-I can save you $20 on a new
Ford any model. Roberts, Secy. of-
OR SALE Early model Ford tour-
ing car-cheap. 1361 Wilmot-Call
EW HUDSON COACH driven 2000
ORDS $40.00 up.
IXIN'S 416 S. ~ain. Phone 583
UTO livery in connection.
OR SALE FORD ROADSTER with
starter. Motor in excellent condi-
ion. $50 cash. Inghram. 502 E.
Madison. Telephone 184.
OR SALE Remington Portable
Typewriters. Time payments if de-
sired. Geo. Register, 604 E. Madf-
son, Phone 1809.
IHINKIG OF GETTING your fall
suit or overcoat?-100 per cent
pure woolens. .Suit or overcoat to
order $25.00 $30.00 $35.00-Made
any style. Fit and satisfaction
guaranteed. If not convenient for
you to give us a call just phone
:1007-M and I will call on you and
bring the store to you. Shop and
iService Station, 200 E. Huron.
Chick Krug always at your service,
I -Why not be wise and save money.
OR SALE !Complete drawing outfit
;with Eugene Ditzgene instruments.
Call 925 Church St.
1RD TOURING A..1 condition. Ex-
tra good tires. Owner leaving col-
lege. Will sacrifice for $60 before
Friday. Call 16.
R SALE New drawing set. Used 3
we s. Call Barth, 2220.
RATERNITY HOUSES TAKE NO-
tice. Brand new, three piece liv-
ing room set consisting of large
roomy davenport, large high-back,
winged fireside 'chair, deep com-
fortable armchair. Has just been
uncrated from widely known Grand
Rapids manufacturer. These piec-
es too, large for apartment. Uphol-
stering in fine blue and taupe ve-
lour. Handsomely carved base
woodwork in mahogany. Will sell
at great sacrifice. Phone 352-M.
Call- 14 Cutting Apartments.
AOR SALE-Large and portbale type
wvritrs. See ours before you buy.
S. A. Moran, 711 N. Univ Rm. 2,
f OR RENT-Typewriters, good ma-
chines, reasonable charges. Short
. or long term. S. A. Moran, Room 2,
2nd floor, 711 N. Univ.
fEALS Home cooking. For men and
women. 20 meals $7.00, 14-$5.50.
314 E. Washington St., Call 78-W.
i FOUNTAIN PENS
BUY A FOUNTAIN PEN MADE IN
Rider Masterpen now on sale in
Rlder's P'en Shop, 302 State Street.
Ask thos4 who have them. They will
tall you why it is a superior student
pen and you can not afford to over-
look the wonderful service you get
frotn the maker himself.
GET YOUR Security Fountain Pen at
The College Inn.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP, 302 S. State
Street. Pen Specialists. The largest
stock of selected pens, all leading
makes including the famous RIDER
MASTERPEN all serviced on the
spot. Twenty-four hour repair ser-
ice by. the only pen makers in Ann
Fountain Pens of the better national'
known makes including Waterman,
Conklin, Sheaffer, ,Parker, LeBoeuff,
priced $2.50 up. If you write, we
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
OR SALE-A remarkable fountain
pen invention. Each pen, ordinary
size, carries a year's supply of fine
quality ink. Examine it before you
buy. Greatest pen on the market.
We also carry the ordinary style of
high grade fountain pens at prices
LOST Shell rimmed glasses on Ferry
field. Harry Ely, 211 S. Division.
BLACK HANDBAG put in Ford by
mistake in front of College Inn.
Finder call Golden 3007-J.
LOST Small gold fountain pen. Find-
er please call 2338 C. Harrison.
We have the new Corona Four with
standard keyboard, at $60, or Corona
Three, with three-ank keyboard, at
$50. Also a full line of typewriters
and supplies. See us when you need
a writing machine.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOKS-One-
piece cpver leather; also the
cheaper grades. Call and get a
featherweight size free of charge.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
ALL KINS of trunk and door keys.
Ihone 2498. 1210 W. Huron. Dell
CHIMNEY AND FURNACES
WE CLEAN Chimneys and furnaces
at reasonable pri ces-Phone Corn-
well Coal 2207
Students and family washing home
laundered. Linen work a specialty.
TWO DOUBLE Rooms downstairs,
One double room upstairs, and a
suite with sleeping porch. Use of a
parlor having a fire place. Well
furnished, including piano. 1315 S.
LARGE well lighted suite for 4, also
2 large front double rooms. 813
E. Ann St.
PLEASANT FRONT Room suite.
Steam heated. One block from cam-
pus. 502 E. Liberty Phone 870-M.
SHORT TERM LEASE-Living-room
with fireplace, bedroom, 2 clothes
closets, kitchenette, bath. The most
perfect small apartment you have
yet seen. Near St. Joseph's Sani-
tarium. Phone 158 before 5 P. M.
ROOM -FOR MEN also roommate
wanted Dental stuent preferred.J
1194-M, 422 E. Washington.
FOR RENT Large double or single
room, for men at 808 Packard.
FOR RENT Rooms 423 Hamilton
Place. 4 blocks from the campus,
off East William.
FOR RENT Large front suite, single
or double. Mrs. Eaton, 421 Thomp-
SIX SINGLE ROOMS for male stu-
dents. Phone 2992-M. 515 Church
SINGLE AND DOUBLE ROOMS Two
blocks from the campus. 204 N. In-
galls street. Phone 2044-R.
FOR RENT Large pleasant room in
new house-Instructor or graduate
student preferred. 1110 Olivia.
ROOM, DOUBLE OR SINGLE. Stu
dents or business people. 1030
Church St., Call 1421-W or ask for
Mr. Timmemor at 2974-W.
ROOMS: One double, one single, with
single beds in dormitory (if prefer-
red) All conveniences. 604 East
Washington. Near Lane Hall.
PLEASANT SINGLE OR DOUBLE
rooms for particular male students.
825 E. University
TWO PLEASANT ROOMS for rent.
$5 and $6 each. Private family.
1129 E. Ann.
FOR RENT Large front double room.
1004 Forest Ave. Phone 2936-W.
LARGE FRONT SUITE for two or
three. Also suitable for married
couple. Also one single room. 618
TWO ROOM Suite. Separate study
desks. 908 Monroe.
PLEASANT FURNISHED room on'
first floor. Bath adjoining. Suita-
ble for married couple, girls or stu-
dents, or could be rented as single
room. Two blocks from campus.
109 N. Thayer, Phone 1223-M.
SINGLE OR DOUBLE rooms. Hot
water heat. 423 N. Ingalls. Board
if desired. 2747-R.
LARGE ROOM for two in private
home. Meals if desired. 1007 Mon-
ALL OUR FRIENDS to give us a call
at our new Church St. Barber
Shop. First class work and cour-
tesy to all. Joe Shaltis and Edward
Bowen, 607 Church.j
j POSITION as cook in fraternity
house. Phone 2116-M or write Box
EXPERIENCED cook wants position
in a fraternity or sorority house.
EXPERIENCED tenor soloist to sing
in church quartette. Call Mrs.
Cross, 610 E. Liberty St. Phone
STUDENTS and all kinds of laundry
work. Satisfaction guaranteed. Will
call for and deliver. Phone 1107-.R.
WANTED A good salesman either
whole or part time, to represent a
Detroit firm in Ann Arbor, Phone
3441-W for appointment.
WANTED Used small Victrola. Call
I3ARBER WANTED for part time.
Must be good. Pearsall Barber
Shop 717 N. University.
WANTED Roommate for a large front
suite. Three large windows. Only
one student in house. 339 S. Divi-
WANTED Single room or small suite
with fireplace for male student.
Preferably near the campus. Call
Roberts at 783
ONE OR TWO Girl graduate stu-
dents "to iwom." Opportunity to
save half on regular room rent.
One block from campus. Call 1070
or inquire at 1118 S. University
WANTED Young and healthy men
weighing about 150 pounds at the
University Hospital for blood don-
ors. Apply at House Physician's1
Office, University Hospital-
TENOR SOLOIST WANTED FOR
Church work. Apply 312 S. Div.
Phone 212 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.,
WANTED Family and Student wash-
ings. All kinds of fraternity and
Sorority laundry. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Address R. R. 8 Box 98.
A ROOMMATE. Large, light, front
room. Ideal location- 1013 Mon-
E. N. BILBIE of the Detroit Conser-
vatory of Music, teacher of Violin,
Piano, Studio 307 N. Main St. Phone
USED TRAP DRUM OUTFIT, ready
to play, $57.75-Pay as you earn.
University Music house, 601 E Wil-
A GENUINE RED-HEAD Uke for $6,
this includes a chord book and in-
structions on the instrument. Uni-
versity Music House, 601 E. Wil-
I)R. W. S.. MILLS
616 First National Bank Bldg.
STRA BALOT PROPOSED.
ON PRESIDENTIAL RAE
A straw ballot on the presidential
candidates, in connection with the
nation-wide test vote being taken by
the Hearst newspapers, is to be ini-
tiated at Ann Arbor by the Detroit
Times, the local representative of the
Hearst chain, beginning tomorrow af-
ternoon and continuing for one week,
I or until enough votes have been ta-
ken to indicate the opinion of the
An attempt is being made to deter-
mine the presidential preference of
different classes of people, and for]
this reason Ann Arbor, recognized as;
an educational center, has been in-1
cluded in the list of cities covered by
Hearst papers. To further this end,j
the votes taken downtown and those1
registered on the campus will be
kept separately. Ballots will be in
the charge of men stationed at tables
located at vantage points about the
campus. Results will be tabulatedi
and will be published in both the
Daily and the Detroit Times.
Many faculty men have approved
of the idea. "The straw ballot idea is
a good one. I am sure that Michigant
students will enter into it with en-
thusiasm," said Dean J. A. Bursley.
The present standing of the vote
in Michigan, as taken by the Detroit
Times, is, Coolidge, 2,398; LaFollette,
1,242; Davis, 389.
S T D E N T :
We announce this fall a high quality
line of Suits and Oiverco.ts at
$24.50 and $29.50
Tailored to your individual measure
Applications for loans from the
University student loan funds this
year have increased more than 50 per-I
cent according to Dean J. A. Burs-
ley, chairman of the student loan com-
mittee. At a meeting of the commit-
tee last Friday night 40 applications
were considered. Only one of these
applications was denied.
Students are returning to school'this'
fall after one of the most unprofitable
summers which they have ever, exper-
ienced. Lack of necessary funds has
forced them to make applications for
loans from the University. These ap-
plications vary from $200 or $300, to
$40 and $50. The amount loaned to
an applicant is limited to his actual
needs,and except in extraordinary cases
it does not exceed $100 for a semester.
However, the applicant may ask for
another loan at the beginning of the
A note is taken for each loan, drawn1
for the full amount of the loan and
with interest, excepting where a dif-
ferent provision has been made by
the donor of the fund, at 5 percent per!
annum, from and after graduation or
withdrawal from the University, pay-
able as specified in the note. The
maximum time limit for which notes
are drawn is one year from the first
day of the month following the prob-'
able date of graduation. If the com-j
mittee desires it may require the ben-1
eficiary to furnish additional security;
either an indorser or acceptable col-#
The importance of repaying these
loans is being stressed upon applic-
ants, for at present at least half of
the funds are unavailable due to the'
lack of payments by former bene-I
ficiaries. In some' cases this is due
to death, but in most cases it is due
to carelessness and neglect.
Funds for women and engineers
form the majority of the loan funds.
Only 13 of the funds are for general
use. Of this number there is only
about $1000 available at the present
time. The only distinctions jmade,
among students are those prescribed
by the donors.
The committee in charge of the Un-
vcrsity loan funds hold regular
I monthly meetings to consider applica-
tions. Unless provision to the con-
trary is made in the instrument of
donation, all loans, except extraordin-
ary circumstances which in the judg-
ment of the committee justify a de-
parture from this rule, are confined
to members of the senior and graduate
classes. No loan is made to a stu-
dent who has not been matriculated
for at least one year, except in extra-
ordinary cases. Students having ex-
pensive habits or belonging to expen-
sive societies or organizations are1
Loanm Applications From PoorI
Students Increase 50 Percent
fully, formed a dummy wall, behi
which he concealed cocaine a:
other things he wished to smugg
out of the country.
Texas Universi, y
Gets Old Paper
Austin, Texas, Sept. 23.-Among t
latest acquisitions to the Southe
Historical Collection of the Libra
of the University of Texas ma~de
Librarian E. W. Winkler are four vo
umes of the Charleston City Gazel
of Charleston, S. C., the earliest
which dates back to 1797. There we
already in this collection files of ti
old newspaper, the earliest of whi
until the late additions were ma
was of the year 1799. It is by mea
of a fund provided by the late Geor
W. Littlefield, benefactor of the U1
versity of Texas in many ways, tl
this collection of newspapers, boo
and manuscripts relating to the h
tory of the South, was establish
and has been added to from time
Prague, Sept. 23- The
police have arrested a merchant
who previously convicted of smug-j
gling, is alleged to have found a new
and ingenious method of deceiving
the officials. He was a frequent
visitor at the house of a Prague
butcher, where some highly-enamel-
ed wooden slats, exactly like those
forming the walls of coaches on
fast trains on tl o internattional
service, were found. The merchant
is alleged to have boarded trains,
and fitting these slats very skil-
IRVING WARMOLTS, 0, S, C,
GRADUATE AND REGISTERED
707 .ir st Orthopedist
77N. University Ave. Phone 2652
Prof. A. H. Blanchard of the high-
way engineering and highway trans-
portation department, and president
of the National Highway Traffic as-
I sociation, left last night for Chicago,
where he will attend a meeting of the
National Committee on Traffic Con-
PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS
SECRETAR I AL
Classes Now Forming
State and Williams
STUDENTS, SECURE YOUL SUPPLIES FROM
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Engineer and Architects' Materials, Stationery, Fountain Pens,
Loose Leaf Books, Typewriting and Pound Papers,
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THE PERSON WHO TOOK Hat and ; with the guarantee of complete
coat from rest room in School of satisfaction.,
Music is known,and they must be Also, Water-proof Topcoats from
retuned mmedatel to aveur-$112.00 to $30.00
Small Deposit with order.
returned immediately to save fur- Sml eoi th order.
then trouble.INTERSTATE TAILORS,
hEA TH MIHIGN DILY Call or Phone 12x3 for Appointment
Foreign exchange on near-
for sale by the Ann Arbor
information gladly furnish-
Call on us at either
What better welcome can we offer
to the returning students?