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SATURAY, TANV'ARY 10, 19 27

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE . MICHIartGANt IDAT I Y

PACIP SE YEN

THISL S I ETle$'
COLUMN LAS F, ECOLUMN
CLOSES- CLOSES
03l P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
'OR ALE A1?'PA Sigaa pin, name on hack,
Call 2710. Reward.
LA RU;EO IEN [AL "u,,I,'1_(2feet.'
Very heavy. Sia~efor F"rater- NOTICE
n]ity or sorority. (1. V. Palters-on.
2101 hill it. Phone 2214. EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING
RADII) T!RE±E-TUBli: SEiT. Cost $100.' On all mnakes. 302 S. State.
Sell for $50. Iretrewn, 621 S. State Arnold State Street Jeweler.
Sjt. 111 C(OIIWSPIO-NI)ENCE STATIONERY
~OR SALE A IRemin ton Portable ' 11G CLEARANCE SALE NOW ONj
typewriter. Geo. S. Ttfgister, ;14+',. jB'1y now and effect a considerable
M~adison. Tel. 1.39.saving.,

FLOWERS
Our moderate prices make it possible
for all to have FRESH HOME
GROWN FLOWERS.
A2 FLORAL CO.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
Feminine clothes laundered b~y hand?
First class home laundry. Phlone
I2567-Rt.
JBEtATYSHOPPES

German Humorist
j Depicts American

lAN N~'lITE'F NVI(I'Theater Builtk L'

(Continued from .Page Six)
FtPtP1i. if'ctLU1 It# c , a veu'frun ar- ".

Permanent Waving agd Marctlli ng
MACX AND CO.
3rd Floor aiftn St.
Phone 2M9 for apointmenit.
DIM4MATTIA IWAUTY ShOPPE
State Street-Above Cuishings
T1TEWR YIT~RS
PHfON E 86
F"or Type writer Repairing-

Hanmbuirg, Jan. 9.-A coluinn con2- biter, announced the fall wtas awarded
lutctor on the Hamburg 'Correspondent to Lewis oan a foul. Pates gatve Lewis
.=has compiled a number of opinions 15 minutes to return to the ring and
'about the salient characteristics of; announced the tmatch would be award.-
men f dfternt atinaliies H~eel to the challenger if Lewis did not
are some of th1em: appear. Sandow announced Lewis
"One American is a silent drinker.,oudcnietnerptstIn2
'Two organize a limited 'company, and imnutes Lewis camne to the ring, ban-,
three enact the prolihition of alcohol."! daged ahd was assistedl through the
"One Englishman is an eccentric, ropes.
The match was over wfthin a few
creature. Two organize an athletic,
contest, and three make a great na- seCOAnds. Munn clamped on a body and
' tio(' rotch hold and hurled Lewis to ihe]
"One 'German is a pedant. Two, mat. Lewis lay' prone and a new
foundI a l3rewery, and three makze war ." chalnlYioi had been crowned. It took:
"One Italian is a syndicalist. 'Two ___________fifty_____minutes.______
inke a love tragedy and three march
against Rome."
"One Russian repregents a variety' p li ca pate .
1 OC'os, fITR .ft

Former Prohn~
st reet. in this (ity , 11Th 13 Y s h( '001z-
pletion of his Amlst rdni i'ue1
office buildling at 1'22 10i-1I ?250 ( C ;
River avenue, Det rol 4, .;djh.and the
removal of his office to tivh.i point. r1
Rood, formally professor of1<,,v herce.
was a memiber of1 l~i l: fculty W
1898 to 1918; and Sne hatin~'h
beenlpract ic-inglaw ill )ivo'
Paris, .Jan. 9-We:!! e ~ .,i
French amnbassa dor' to Soviet flu ssi:,
with his wife, has left for fo-,cow.

cA 1 .3lI1( - - Innter ('ircle
~"ingiFox Trot-
~'tf3I a 1t al 'rd r,41 venill p, S 1. If..
W P. 'l1. Meii nolie-hour lessoni ,
22 Ft rfIi Aread(e Phone 241.1:
Re ad the WantAds

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FOR RENT
: FOR REaNrI' $70 Monthly. Ap)artment
r suitable for 4 adults,. Ph ono 15---
Ralph T1. Swezey.
Double or single room with iprivate
family. 421 lBenja rin. P hone= c:'3-a.
ONE,, SINGLE ROOM $1.50 p er wee,."
925 S. Slate.
FtOR RI N''- la rg e front room. Also
vacancy in suite o1 soulth anid east
exposure. St eamn healt. 'letty of
hot waf er. Pi 'one 1194-Al. '122 E.
Washington.
~IGHT Li, roomy souit e. Single beds. No
other10roomers. Neair ( lcltt u. 1350
G eddesi. 83-R.

0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade.
TYPEWITING and 3MDRIO(JAPII-
Promptly and neatly (lone by experi-
e'nced operators at con sidlerate
prices.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Stationery & Typewriter' Store
LANDLADIES---STUDENTS -
DON'T Overlook the opporttinity to naeo mnyhuhld ecsi
ties9 at Th'e Economy Second Hand
;More. 209 N. Main St., Phone 789-M'4
We sell what you do want and IuW
what you, don't want.
Birthday Cards.
Friendship Cards.-
Place Cards.
Tally Cards.-

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LEAFLETS OF
MICHIGAN SONGS

(All hiakes)
Dealter io, Wood cltock typewriterz, All kinds of trunk and door keys.
Sundstrand MIAd Portable Adding Keeler Ilibobe 2498. 1210 W. Huron.

machines,
Ann Arbor 'typewriter Exchange
91 Savings ~bknIR .
L. C. Smith, Remington, Underwood,,
Royal, etc., .1monithis $7.511 up. Ini-
tial payment of rent applied on the
purchase of any typewriter:
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade!
The Stationery & Typewriter Store
HtA GIS BOOTEIIY
Witerth Theatre Arcade.. See the Style
for yourself.

SUITE of01two roomils a111 lhat Ihse)port('"
fr-omt rest of house. Pr'i vate en -
t rance. l1n011 block ti for~i couipm,
'hone 3015 .it hfor 11om:e , i.or
Treasurer.
WANTE~D
.WANTED--I lop ticket. Add e.s:;
:- o,.. 9. MichiganITTD2ily.
NATIVE FRENCHMAN Will give pri-
vate 1lessons in Frenehi. Mo npl ser
Christopher. Phonre 27G.
YOUNG BUTSINESS WOMAN Desires
clean, comfortable single rooni for.
2nd. semester. Private home prcf-
erable. Must b~e near campus~ll. Lox
? AN'I) --Rooms for "7 h-I lows in
one house. ('all 151.0-.I after 5 p. m.

49.j
N"Low I Ask YOU:
+Could there be a better
place t a than the en-1
larged adupto-datie
Van's Lunch
1 1116 S. University Ave.
%Ask anyone that eats here \
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R o ...rn
Alon.g, ithi excellent service -is
ay~ we not serve Y0111
We still have a few household
inventories in stock. Have you
secured yoiurs?
Mr. Muntitis
With
Louis C. Andrews
INSURANCE
tH12 'Notl. Rink Bldg. Phone 30i11

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For Sale in Lots of
50 or 100 by
Address Orders to Box 35

FOR BANQUETS

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1- om

Alpplied Arts.
2 Nickels' Arcade.
4BANQUETS, DINNERS, & -Luncheons
at reasonable prices served by the
Aid society of the CHURCHl oF
CHRIST. New Church, new equip-
menit. Call 2025-J.
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dlust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works,.
P'hne 50.

A oR N AS

SALES
ER VICE

IRVING WARMOLTS, 0. S C.
GRALUATIR AND RHGI'sTRRiD
C Chiropodist Orthopedist
707 N. University Ave. Phone 2652

NEW

LOCATT'O N

X i1 Vil C: UV.

VV A. 'N"' ) (xi ldexplerieneil(d in office
wolk. 'Only those Wit hi ()315i(rh(cll e
c-.h Yenence wvill lie conil e ied. Apply
office, 2nd floor, Macli & Co.
-LOS'l'-GCold F'oun ain bpeln betle
U n iversity Tall and Tlhomipson St.:
Please return td) 5(9 S. Division St.
or phone 29,"-M.

NICELY FURNISHED S~udent rooms{
for housekeeping and single CallI
1167-..
---- A loaf of bread
A'pound of meat
And all the mustard you
can eat
gat
Kwipie fbI el Opp. Eng. Arch
We Deliver
( 'ail l 799-M Open 4 1'. M. 1 A. 111
Only one place where they keep
(111 ILi EHI'S CIIOCOLATES
On Ice
The Arcade larmnacy
F. Mv. 1Pettycrew.

F- _
SUnderwood Standard
- Portable Typewriter
s*tart the m~ew I
The Machine you will Even-_
Stually 'Carry. Sold on easy Q____
S= terms to suit every student's Li TTyour
ocktetbook. Yohreri
A. C. STIMSON whrpr
Ea Second Floor 'C be (:raft
3o8 SOUTH STATE ST.
Phone QM ;p 41w Over Arcade Theater

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Car Il fObt
pitn;done f
Inting is an art
Phone 2006-R

52 1* South Main St.

One-half Block South of Padkar(I Street
('OM PLI.TT t'E FQUIPM NT, BR AK '' gg IN B'yI N(, IWC {CI(G
S'I'RAG{'I'IE-N IN(x ! I-'A, ESA ND I) AX i k. A ND IIEPAIMG

PHONE 1 927

A.CG. MARQUARtIDT

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~'~'~LA'III?'Rlound note book on cam-
labs5. Va1lued for lecture notes.
Owner's name in gold on cover.
Leo I. tiighby. P'hone 1 675.
gold wri wafcl. Re Yard. ('all
4 2958-lt. 00~2 Li bcc tV.
A LOS'T--Brown (cameo')pin surroiinfded
ug by pe(arl.lReward. Phone 1.325.
'~LOST.--Brown 1),g from taxi-cah.
Name and initials C'. W. C. Phone,
S 2442-W.Iiexvarrl.
LOST Green Life Tlime Shoe ffer fount-
tam peni onn:ipasJU. Reward. If
. found Call 1597F-M.
r3 A RIGHlT-I IAND7E G LOVE, Brown
Fwith kinitted~( lining, sizec 7, Wednes-
(lay. Leave at Michigan Daily. Re-
ward(.
",EP an eye' opten for aI gold watch
?and chain with II. W. S. e'ngraved',
4 on th~e back. (Call Sililoso 1104.
A Wondert
Skate a

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ON-FO)LRTI-I OFF' On all handmade
sweat ers or ! ;arfs (luring January.
Call 286: -W. 923 Greenwood.
('OHONA FOUR
,11,art the New Year right. Own a
Corona Four. Easy payments if
desired.
0. D7. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade

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The Stationery & Typewriter Store
hleadquarters for all makes of high
g;radle typewriters.

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A IR IC K fnighs -59to626
FRLU INE
LA RRIMORE
Ini '4)511 Hailton's BrtfIlant
New Comedy
"PARASITES"'

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Sul Time to
ind Ski

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41 1
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We ha,'ndle

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Johnson

rri ting ease*
and legibi liy
The Wahl Pen was designed for
writing ease and legibility. It is a
perfected, modern writing instrument
which will aid you in acquiring a
practical hand, a readable expression
)f your thoughts.
All metal construction--gold or
iOver for permanence and service-
ibility-gives light weight, fine bal-
ncc, increased ink capacity, strength
- resist wear and abuse. And brings
:e designer opportunity to produce
pen matching the beauty of a hand-
somely cased watch.
Prices in gold filled or silver
nlodels $5 to $10.
Made in the U. S. A. by
THE WAHL COMPANY, Chicago
,nadian Faefory: THE WAHL COMPANY, Ltd., Toronto
Manufailurers of the Wahl Eversharp and the WVahl
All-Metal Fountain Pen
Eversharp is made in designs
matching IWahl Pen

To et Busns Dire t
US Long. Disac
THE POKEN WORID
IBRIN BEST RESULTS
A Long Dis ance call always gets;
preferred at ntion from the busy
business man.
It always gets a hearing from the
person with omi you wish ,to,
speak.
It is given the c nsideration of jaJ
face-to-face conver ation.
It gives you the opp rtunity to get'
lyour whole story acr, ss, reinforced
~by your personality.
1The saving of time. a 'money- to'
producer, wholesaler, an retailer is
reflected l in -.the jcosti thecon-,
sumer. -
Use Long Distance "and thereby) '
multiply contacts and corn cts y~
MICHIGAN. BELL TELEPHONE -CO.
One- Pol'cy
One System
Universal. Serviel

t
r

Shies tan( tubular skates. The

easiest to skate on.

Skis,

the

best quality in all lengths. Take
lldv, nt ge of the snow and ice
while it lasts, for it will soon be
crone, and then you will be sorry
you did not purchase a pair of
those skates and skis. Our stock
will bear inspection.
ARNFI1 HARflWARF IPI1

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