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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ZONE SPLENDID Suite. 610 S. State. I
Opposite New Lawyers Club. Phone
807-M.
FOR RENT Three rooms, kitchenette
sleeping porch, private bath. Phone
912-M.I
FURNISHED ROOMS for women alsoj
suite of rooms suitable for .Imarried
couple. 900 Oakland Ave. Phone
740-M.
LIVING-ROOM, Bedroom, dining-room
kitchenette, bath, Will reit .either,
furnished of unfurnished. Near Hill
au.itorium. Phone 158 before 5
P1 M. Ralph P. Swezey.

FOUtNTAAIN PENS
BUY A FOUNTAIN PEN ADE IN
ANN ARBOR
Rider Masterpen now on sale in
Rider's Pen Shop, 302 State Street.
Ask those who have them. They will
tell you why it is a superior student
pen and you can not afford to over-
look the wonderful service you get
from the maker himself.
GET YOUR Security Fountain Pen at
The College Inn.
FOUNTAiN PENS
RIDER'S PEN SHOP, 302 S. State
!Street. Pen S-necialist& The largest

CHIMNEY AND FURNACES I
WE CLEAN Chimneys and furnaces
at reasonable prices-Phone Corn-
well Coal 2207
ALL KINi)S of trunk and domr keys.
Phone 2498. 1210 W. Huron. Dellj

Berlin. Sept. 2,--Dr. Oto Ludwig
Weidfeldt has been asked to remain
as ambassadlor to the United States
U ntil alfier .he Amerwai elections-.

We rr open niow. Private lessons
(hilly, lboth miodern and classical.
_dult class every Monday and Friday.
Fifteen 1-hour class lessons for $5.00.
jFree dancing, 8:30 to 10 p. m.

s
i

SALEI
lete drawing outfit
zgene instruments.)

DANCING

can save you $20 on a new
y model. Roberts, Secy. of-
iversity.
E -Early model Ford tour~
-cheap. 1361 Wilmot-Call

WANTE I~1
ONE OR TWO Girl graduate stu-
dents "to i om." Oppovtunity to
save half on reglar room rent.
One lock from campus. Call 1070
o'r inqu~ire at 1118 S. Universityl
Ave.
WANTED Young and ealthy men
weighing about 150. p'ounds at the
University ilospital for blood don-
ors. Apply at House Physician's
Office, University Hospital.
WANTED Family and Student wash-
ings. All kinds of fraternity and
Sorority laundry. Satisfaction guar
anteed. Address R. R. 8 Box 98.
FOR RENT
SUITE AND SINGLE steam heat. Hot
water, 311 Thompson.

COACH driven 2000

DS $40.00 up.
N'S 416 S. Main. Phone 583
) livery in connection.
SALE FORD ROADSTER with
rter. Motor in excellent condi-
. $50 cash. Inghram. 502 E.
:ison. Telephone' 184.
SALE Remington. Portable
pewriters. Time payments if de-
d. Geo. Register,. 604 IE, Madi-
, Phone 1809.
KING OF GETTING your fall'
tor overcoat?--100 'pher (011t
'e woolens. Suit or overcoat to
or $25.00 $30.00 $35.00-Made
style. Fit and satisfaction
ranteed. If not convenient for
to give us a call just phone
7-M and I will call on you and
ng the store to you. Shop and
vice Station, 200 E. Huron.
ck Krug always at your service
Vhy not be wise and save money.
>ALE New drawing set. Used 3
eks. Call Barth 2220.
ROYAL TYPEWRITERS
EW AND REBUILT. ALSO
E0 UNDERWOOD PORTABLE
TYPEWRITER-WHERE
Why From
STIMPSON 308 S. State St.
floor. Phone 310-M
SALE Second hand bicycle. In
>d condition. Cheap. 811 Cath-
n. 1360-R.
1, FILM Camera, Antistigmatic
s, less than 1-2 cost. E. D. Blair.
S. Thayer.
SALE Tenor banjo. 1030 Oakland
snue.
SALE Vegas banjo. Good as
Wv Worth $60.00, price $25.00
3 Hill St.
SALE 2 draftsman's sets. In
y good condition. A real bar-
n. 719 Oakland. Phone 981-I.
11 Green or Weinberger.

FIRST FLOOR Suite ,for four men. stock of selected pens, all leading
Fireplace, steam heat. Private en- makes including the famous RIDER
trance. Use of piano. 410 N. State, MASTERPEN all serviced on the
Apt. 2, 2454-J. spot. Twenty-four hour repair ser-
FOR RENT-WANTED Roommate by vice by the only pen makers in Ann
a Dental Student. Pleasant suite. Arbor.
$3 per week. 1430 Washington J Fountain Pens of the better national
Heights. 710-J. known makes including, Waterman,
Conklin, Sheaffer, Parker, LeBoeuff,
LOST J priced $2.50 up. If you write, we
have it.
LOST A small morocco purse con- O D. MORRILL,
taining money, a key, and cards 17 Nickels' Arcade,
bearing owner's name . and Detroit The Typewriter & Stationery Store
address. Return to 1028 Church.
Reward. FOR SALE-A remarkable fountain

KeelerthnroeX n Adow.
Rds TERRACE GUDIEN DANCNG
Read the Want Ads 22 Wuerth Arcade Phone 241_R
1'1 111I11 i''1I is111i i "l N illllll i11111itN F1 1111ifilltlll llllllll lll111i
111 11i llliIfil idIH:IIII i illl fjii iI_
NTCFirgt National Bank
Organized 1863
'We clean and reblock hats of all
kinds for wvomen. We do only HighSN
Class Work; you will appreciate hav- ISAVINGSDEPARTMENT
ing your hats cleaned and reblocked
in a clean, sanitary and satisfactory TRUST DEPARTMENT
manner. Factory Hat Store, 617r,
Packard St. Where D. U. R. stops at
State Street. You will always find
our ad. on page four of the Daily. Oldest National Bank in Michigan
t#F1111111J1[ Itnhlliillo"llliilld

LARGE ROOM for two in private
home. Meals if desirod. 1017 Mon-
roe.
SINGLIE OR DOUBLE rooms. Hot
water heat. 423 N. Ingalls. Board
if (esiredl. 2747-R.
LARGE FRONT SU[TE for two or
three. Also suitable for married
couple. Also one single room. 613
Packard street.
ITWO ROOM Suite. Separate study
deska. 908 Monroe.
FOIt RENT Large front double room.
1004 Forest Ave. Phone 2936-W.
PLEASANT SINGL E OR DOUBLE
rooms for particular male students.
825 E. University
PLEASANT FRONT Room suite.
Steam heated. One block from cam-
pus. 502 E. Liberty Phone 870-M.
FOR RENT Two nice suites at 210
S. Ingalls St., Price reasonable.
Good location near Hill auditorium.
FOR RENT Garage adjoining house]
$5 a month. 736 S. Division.
ROOM FOR MEN also roommate J
wanted. Dental student preferred.
1194-M, 422 E. Washington.
FOR RENT Large double or single
roo'n for men 'at 808 Packard.
Phone 34,77-3.
FOR RENT Rooms 423 Hamilton
Place. 4 blocks from the campus,
off East William.
FOR RENT Large front suite, single
or doublle. Mrs. Eaton, 421 Thomp-
son.
SIX SINGLE ROOMS for male stu-
( (fnts. Phone 2992-M.
'Street.
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-j
red) All conveniences. 604 Eastl
Washington. Near Lane Hall.
ONE DOUBLE Front room. Very de-
sira)le. Tel. 3335-R. 1941 Geddes Ave.
LIVINQ-ROOM BEDROOM, DINING-
Room, kitchenette, bath. Will rent
either furnished or unfurnished.
Near Hill Auditorium. Phone 1581
Before 5 P. M. Ralph T. Swegey.
ONE DOUBLE front room. Very de-
sirable. Tel. 3335-R. 1941 Geddes
Avenue.
TWO PLEASANT ROOMS in a pri-
vate family. $5 and $6 each. 129
East Ann.

LOST- Registration receipts 2, 3, and
4 in vicinity of campus. Call Robert
J. Brown 179.
LOST Gold plated tooth appliance in
or near Van's lunch room. Wed. A.
M. Reward. Phone 2629-R.
LOST Shell rimmed glasses in brown
leather case. Finder please phone
18.
IOST small gold fountain pen.l
Reward offered. Telephone 960
Box B Press Building.
BLACK HANDBAG put in Ford by
mistake in front of College Inn.'
Finder call Golden 3007-J.
LOST Shell rimmed glasses on Ferry
field. Harry Ely, 211 S. Division.
Phone 1859.
WILL THE FINDER of P. H. Sand-
er's '25 Lit Registrar's Receipt
please call 2467-M.
MUSIC
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-
liams.
USED TRAP DRUM .OUTFIT, ready
to play, $57.75-Pay as. you earn.
University Music House, 601 E Wil-
liams.
E. N. BILBIE of the Detroit Conser-
vatory of Music, teacher of Violin,
Piano, Studio 307 N. Main St. Phone
=611-M<'
HAVE YOU Heard Eastlake? Teacher:
mandolin, banjo, guitar, steel gui-
tar and uke a specialty. Studio at
Allmendinger.
TYPEWRITERS
FOR SALE-Large and portbale type
writers. See ours before you buy.
S. A. Moran, 711 N. Univ. Rm. 2,
floor.
FOR RENT-Typewriters, good ma-
ctines, reasonable charges. ShortI
or long term. S. A. Moran, Room 2,
2nd floor, 711 N. Univ.
BOARD
EXCELLENT home cooked meals at
Varsity Lodge Dining room 611
Church St. near the campus.
MEALS Home cooking. For men and
women. 20 meals $7.00, 14-$5.50.
314 E. Washington St., Call 78-W.

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
from $1.00 up. Room 2, 2nd floor,
711 N. Univ.
131ISCELtANEOUS
CORONA TYPEWRITERS
We have the new Corona Four, with
standard keyboard, at $60, or Corona
Three, with three-bank 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 cover leather; also the
cheaper grades. Call and get a
featherweight size free of charge.
O. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
D. W. S. 3ILLS
Osteopathic Physician
616 First National Bank Bldg. {
Phone 321 F-1

This is the verdict of countless students. And
you will feel the same way, once you have en-
joyed the many advantages of the Remington
Portable Typewriter.
It will save your time. It will make all writ-
ing tasks easier. It will help you to do better
work, and that means better marks. It will give
jou a training that will be useful in all your
after life.
Buy a portable typewriter at once, and be sure
it's a Remington Portable-the students' favor-
ite-the recognized leader in sales and popularity.
Price, complete with case, $60. Easy pay-
ments, if desired.
Call in and see the Remington Portable.
The Mayer-Schairer Company-
Stationers, Printers
Phone 1404 OFFICE OUTFITTERS 112 S. Main St.

SALE F ORD

SSpecdster good
es. Price $50.00.
. Phone 2,17-R.
slide trombone
148 Washington

ts Phone "781-R.
-LE Mandolin, reasonable.
a 'new. Box A. .
l E Remington Portable Type-
r. Practically new. Good
in $45. 1223 Hill St.
"WANTED
NEW SET Encyclopaedia
-nnica for sale reasonable.
re at Slater's Book Store.
D Roommate to occupy two
suite with Junior Engineer
r classman preferred. 1513 S.
rsity Ave.

YOU

ALWAYS

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before you open a letter. What you do
others do also. So be sure you write
your letters on paper of the proper
size, shape and texture. For correct
stationery there is no store so good
as this. We are headquarters for the
kind of stationery that fashion has de-
clared is correcte

Iil

1 ,

Position-Female
Experienced write,
Phone 912-M.

Book-
refer.

14 NICKEL'S ARCADE

AN BLANKET big size pre-
Also samll book case write
1 in persson. D. Clephane,
rs club room D36.
IAN wants roommate. Room
ur other girls. 1227 South
sity Ave. Phone 1889-M4.
[MATE. Large, light, front
Ideal location. 1013 Mon-

The Stationery and Typewriter Store.

ROOMS Large, light, well-furnished
rooms and suite near the campusi
At 611 Church St. Rates reasonable.
FRONT SUITE warm and price reas-
onable. 812 E. Catherine, Phone
88--M.

'S and all kinds of laundry
atisfaction guaranteed. Will
and deliver. Phone 1107-R.

Single room
replace for
>1y near the
at 783

or small suite
male student.
campus. Call

Corner State, Packard and Arbor Streets
i-

and the following artist teachers:

Roommate for a large
hree large windows.
ent in house. 339 S.

front
Only
Divi-

Classes Now Forming
11AMJLTON BUSINESS
COLLEGE
State and Williams

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ROOMING HOUSE

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Eday night

Ava Comin Case (Piano), Marian Struble Freeman (Violin), Andrew Haigh
(Piano and Theory), Nora Crane Hunt (Voice), Maude C. Kleyn (Voice), Grace John-
son-Konold (Voice), Edith Koon (Piano), Ora Larthard (Cello), Clara Lundell (Piano),
Martha D. Merkle (Piano), Maude Okkelberg (Piano), Mabel Ross Rhead (Piano),
Grace Richards (Piano), Helen Snyder (English), Otto J. Stahl (Piano and Theory),
Nell B. Stockwell (Piano), Nora B. Wetmore (Voice), Anthony J. Whitmire (Violin).
Credit allowed by the University and the Ann ArborHigh School.

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"SPECIAL LUNCH AT LOW PRICE"
"SPECIAL SUNDAY SUPPER"

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