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EDCIN IDA V, DEC EM DER Vi17, 192l4

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

COLUMN LAS l IFIkCOLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
At3 P.M. ADVERTI SING AT 3 P.M.

i IN 0TICE
CIIRISTAVi CARDS of Distinction
APPLIED ARTIS
2 Nickels' Arcadle Opp). Sub)-station
'CHRIST MAS FOUTNTAIN PENS
Make Da1 happy. Buy him a Bider
A~RRsi erpen. It may 1)e the first: sat -
_ isfactory Fountain P~en he has ever
had. Just bring a sample of his
ivriting, we can tit. him exactly.
{ RID)ER'S PEN SHIOP
302 S'. -State St.

$,10.00 REWVARD
T1o he first person furnishing in-

Deland Rules On
State Auto Tags

Read The Daily "Classified" Columns

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FORL SMLE
CHIRISTMIAS TREES!
Get your tree from Ithead. Come and
see our line. This is the "hrome of
natural trees" for the church, home,
and school. Rhead's trees are the
best.
RHEAD PACKING CO.
525 Detroit St.
HOME NEAR THEII CAMPUS
Six room house in convenient loca-
tion for family wit h University con-
nections. Located in the Wash-
tenaw district (523 Linden St.)
near the campus andl near the new
Angell school. There are hardwood
floors throughout, fireplace and
spacious closets. 'The heating sys-
tem is unusually efficient andI sat-
isfactory. There is a good garage
and the lot is well shrubbed. The
owner has recently movedl and can
give immediate p~ossession. Terms
if desired.
F. E. Bartell, Phone 3511-M
RIAIO PORTABLE Three tube set.
Giver fine results. Cost $100. Will
sacrifice for $55 cash. 621 S. State
Street. Phone 396.
P'OR SALE Tuxedo size :16. Inquire
at Room 13 La-\,yrer's ('lub. Price is
reasonable.
CONN E-FLATl-Burnished g old sx.
phone as good as now. Original
cost $240. Our special price $1 60.
UJNIVERSIT Y iI ISIC I IO0ISE
FOR SALE Tuxedio in line conditionI
a' t -a re st naslcleprice. P honeO 396.
W. IR. Shar.l~
VICTIMIAA. AI ('t3 ritill . Retaiso -
pi.L'.]rice. ('a 'l Jovewaii m11011. -

WANTED
GOOD COOK With references
able of managing; desires
in fraternity or sorority
school year. Phone 1514-R.

sj;iscap)-
a place
first of

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WANTED By an experienced couple,
fraternity house, cook and p~orter.
Can give good references. ('all
1056. Ask for Wilson.
WANTED Student who lives in De-
troit and wishes to make $50 to $75
before Christmas prone 2757-.J after
6 P. MW.
FOUJR PASSENGERS For trip south.
going through Columbus, Ohio. Cin-
cinnati and Lexington, Ky., Call
2512-J.
iONE Pa ssenger lby student and wife
going to Parkersburg, W. Va., via
Columbus Saturday. One (lay trip.
Closed car. ('all 313'-W.

Before going home see our line of
b~eautiful presentation Fountain
?Pens andl Eversharp Pencils. Por
?lady or gentleman, hand p~aintedI
semts, green gold, yellow goldi andl
silver. All p~urchases sent out in
ornate Christmas attire, at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
;; 'Pen Specialists
rTHE NEW CLEVELAND Electric
vacuum cleaner fully guaranteed.
Extra large motor $25.00 at Koch andl
Henne.
1 LANDLAIIE;3- STUDENTS
DON'T Overlook th1e op nounity to
_I save on many household necessi-
*ties at Tthe Economny Second Hand
Stor e, 209 N. Main St., Phone 789-11.
jWe sell what you do want and b~uy
what you don't want.

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fOey O N E T O _ il.. ca,, .
a day during Chl
Preference will b
denlts (doing work
taore. I' I t her
1270-J.
like lposition ;s
Clood rirol~Ne 00.I

LET OUR IFTShe boomig plan(;s
id ai)ut. tw.o hours! or cut flowers this Christmias. \Ve
)risi mas vacation, will not rai w our pric Ys. Ann Arbor
be given to st u-I Floral C'o. 122 E. Liberty, Phone
in English Lii era-' 1030.
informal ion call ST'T'VNT
We will be open eve nings; start lag
widdlle age, would Dec. 15). Special at~ention will 1)e
given to all Christ mas ordlers.
chef in frat ernity.ArldSaeMre hwlySoe
P hone 2315-R. 1i .SaeSre

ionatn Ut IIa t UL L gLU to~ lcatio n of Ull .
KiMBRALL PIANO No. 1, shipped to Lansing, Dec. 16.- If court order
Louis 1-. Clement, Ann Arbor, Mich- fre h tt opt12 uoo
ig)n. bile license plates on sale prior tor
KLIBALL PIANO COMPANY the enactment of a highway financeI
law by the legislature, the depart-I
1436 Broadway, Innofsae ilcoltthdfer
Detroit,______Michigan._____ i mentosttwilcletheIuces from all those whose platess
LOST have been issued, if a new law chang-
ing the rate is enacted and made ef-
LOST Pair of glasses Monday after-, fective, Charles J. Deland, secretary k
noon. Reward. Call 452.l of state, stated yesterday.
IIISCE1LLA:NEO S Spain has a law which controls the
-- I amount of advertising or other pub-
B3OXED CHRISTMAS GIFTS I licity which may be broadcast lby
APPLIED ARTS I radlio. Only five minutes of 'this is
2 Nickels' Arcade. Opp. Sub-stationI permnitted for every hour of operation.
PERSONAL CHRISTMAS GREETING yu
CARDS ENGIRAVED or PRINTED Don't delay--Pay yu Subscription'
Pr'oper engraving takes time. Select! todlay.
one of our many attractive, exclu-
sive (designls and place your order FOR BEN.T .
now. -
0. D. MORRILL I TO STUD1ENT A warm clean room in,
14 & 17 Nickels' Arcade, goodl :ocation. 429 S. Division. II
CAR STORAGEF Steam heat. Phone -H Wtl~1
314-W. 017 S. Main. Chas. KMager. BUHSlrneecagd
ALL KIND of trunk and door keys. cleaned and repaired. We_ have
jDell Keller, Phone 2498. 1210 W. ; nearly all makes. We suggest that
Huron. you buy Corona Four and save
- -____ about $40.00. Time payments if de-
siredl.
OIV NC . D. MORRILLI1
- IAMBU RGS An 27 Nickels' Arcade.
{E PIE HOTEL ;An Arbor's Oldest Typewriter Store.
Opposite ! FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
Eiig. rch1F YOUJR Pen fails, have it repaired
Iloturs by peamakers at .
-' 4 P. .1. to 1 A. It. RIDER'S PEN SHOP
('alk' 799-1 f It costs you no more. 24 Hour ser-
WVe Deliver. vice or better.
RUGS SHAMPOOED or diust cleaned.! WHY Experiment. Buy your fountain
1Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works,! eso idrweeyoIa e
Phon 50.adjustments by pen specialists.
__________________ tlI)EIW' PEN SHOPt
BANQUETS, DINNERS, & Luncheons 302 State Street
at reasonable prices served by the i _________________
Aid society of the CHURCH OF' "UTI E N
CHRIST. New Church, new equip-;-
ment. Call 2025-J. I WHY Experiment with viscuous ink
SE~E Mc INERNEY of the Interstate( from RIDER'S PEN SHOP.
STailors at American Hotel for a
suit or overcoat. Prices $24.50 and SHOESI
$29.50. Perfect satisfaction guaran- BOTP
teedl. Phone 123.HAGSBOE
QUALITY SHOP Wiaerth Theater Bldg.-First Floor
An unusual array of selected collar;
and cuff sets daintily embroidered good shoces at a ifir~prlice
in colors on linen. Special priceirssSiverq , e,6.%
$1.2. Thse ae vey usful hris- )ens ('ollegiaute Shoes, $8.50)
1 $.25 Thsearever usfu ebist jExclusive Agency for Educator Shtoes.
mtas gifts. Open 11 A. 'It. to 9 P. 3I. 1hone 22.104~
-FOUNTAIN PENS BEAUTY SHIOPPES
SEE OUR SPLENDID Line of founs M:4ACK AND CO. I
tamn pens for Christmas gifts. $1 tof 3rd Floor Mai St.
$8. Room 2, 711 N. Univ. 2nd floor. Permanent Waving and Marcelling 1
Read the Want Ads! Read the Want Ads.

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mnission. Apply in perseon aft or 3;
P. M. Room E-32 Lawyer's Club.
P'ASSENGER In car driving to ^Hud-'
son, New York. Leaving Friday
noon. Phone 'Tif'fany 2721-J.,

VAA'T!O. WOIK in your hoine
to:wn wvith holsold and ofico(: need
Easy seller, good inay. App~lly in
person. Lamb Visor Company, 635
South, Main Street.
Subscribe for 'c'ite iMichigrn maily

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TUXEDO Like new. Cheap. Call or
see Becker Lawyer's Club J-2f.
a
Corner of William and Maynard
~WONDERFUL Value in Tenor Banjo
including resonator and1 case, $8"7.50.!
U NlV~IRSITY iMIUSIC S11l] {
AN TUNUTSUCAL Opportunity f'or a Win-
tIA, to step into a fully equipped!
dental office with a large clientele
in Detroit. Selling on account of
dleath. Phone 3183-IR. Ann Arbor.
Corner of William and Maynard
A GOOD IIAJO-UTKE $5
& UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
Corner of Willian- andl Maynard

fts From Overseas
Gifts Selected
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F STER'1S
Always Please

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REl4RESEN:T the hIghe t develo-.ni nt of Specialists
vwh3o have dlcv(,tc dt(1 Iir lives to tho subject. This
is an age of1 specaiist;ini ever~y branch of' humnan
activity, in business, in sports, ini art- andlil]-,OI'n%:
('lot11)i 11g?. Lan grck 1has sp~cialized inl cmterill to the
needls of colle'ge men. The inoan yeXpressiois of a pprovalI
the<; telien 1vr a iouti t he enlimsrt'ga "rding his e lol lie:;
1imalzo uIS crertht xie fl l ie , 1av"what you Want.
SiIp-f 1,eDollars

Nicke~ls Arc,,ade A 't Sate

11.{17 So.uth niversit~y

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These Famous
}Clothes Are Well
Known. to
University Men
Mary hundreds of un-
versity men know the
quality, value and sttle
of
FINE MERCHANT TAILORING
There are many mod-
els in this season's offer-
ings that will have a
strong appeal for you.
Among ihemr are the
smart English Lounge
Models - the double-
breasted suit that will be
ultra . fashionable - and
many others of equal
popularity-
Let us make your Fall
and Winter clothes to
your rneasure from the
fabric you select and
5style them as you direct.
"Dress Well and Succteed"

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BASILE R1BALCHLICJL IRA PACKTOYA

Basile Kibalchich, w~hose Russian Symphonic Choir nmade anl
ausp~icious American debut in two "New York recitals last April, was
berii in Tchernigov, Southern Russia, in the center of a region which
is rich in folk-lore, folk songs and a popular love for chloral singingv,
hardly equalled in any other part of tihe world.
NEW YORK PRESS COMMENTS
The c'horuis not only sings but h'ums, and by imeans of fine grada-
tions of tonle and accent ofteni suggests a string or'chestra. The sing-
inig has tile sincerity and1 the true mlusicality of the Russian nature
and there is the basis of a fine techlnical achievement.
-Olin Downes in New York 'limes, April 17, 1924.
There is an extraordinary finesse in the phrase treatment and in
thle nuancinlg. The dlelicate gradation of the dylnamnics evtkes cont in-
ual admiration, and the mlusical management of accent shows the
fruit of long training.
--W. J. Henderson in New York Sun, April 17, 19241.
The Russian Musical invasion of this city had anothler delightful
add(ition yesterday afternoon when the Kibalchich Russian Symphonic
Chloir gave its first Anmerican concert at the Town Hall.
-G-rena Bennett in New York American, April 7, 192=1.
One of the mnost thrilling' experlenices we heave had In the con-
cert room ilk seauson was the performiance of a ""(redo" 'by G~retch.-
aninnov, the wor ds intoned with a resonant inltensity by Miss Ivanmova,
a young nmezzo of the choir, against a background by the other singers.
-Irving Weil in New York Journal, April 7, 1924.
The remelt is a volume of lone 'wIch night have comue fromt on:
sensitive and perfectly termued instrui uent except fluate these singers add
their own spirit of very hInmian joy and mueancholy.
-New York World, April 7, 1924.
Altogether thle app~eal nmade by the American debut of tile Kibal-
chich Russian Symphonic Chloir yesterdlay afternoon was effective andl
instanltaneous.
--Now York rrelegralll and Mail, April 7. 192.
Mr. Kibalchich demlonstratedl convincingly that he knew his busi-
11ess. His compllete control of a fine range of dynamr~ics, his regard for
vocal (letails and melodic outline and tile resulting product lead to the
hope that the new choir may be heard again in the near future.

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We 1('-'!thei~u-.sal'C,'oi'.'ofh Ribal li a ~lwe thiiik -i- might
he enied by thle (entlire wan iifc. * Paris La Comedia.
We have anl exceilehni. choir he re illI iaihat we have never
heard sulch per' eet chore 1 K>?nPim.l b ig anI he (I o Fy the cIhoir of
Kibalchich. -- ihagu,"Le Narodnii Listi.
The admirable aml'o"'Ib i n 'ergave a Concert
wic iciaroused #Ii'f'11arku :2ic ' (Al Ilue:t;u.: ; Vers.:5r?'larvelous and an
un for et ta )he eveiill.- --he£ National :Suiss;e.
Their pian ii are alnlo t.Il: eiatlescs and still can be full
of gaiety. ---Trib)une (le(Geneve.
eiisi..n : ibalchic(' i 'hois and Atowo n"C"' Omvcr'~Hs btile l~r:
s y upholly Orchiest "ai-,t,'.b h.0$.d.
;pitgle (o it-K ~ tt,$L'>0) and $2.00.
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