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SA-'_I;'71-)AY, JANUARY 24, 1925

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S~rJ1DAY JANARY 4, 1925PACE SEVEN

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FOR REINT IN 0TICE

FOR RENT Brooks Brothers new tux-l
edo, size 38, with vest, very cheap)
Call Bluner 2801-M. 914 State.
FOR RENT Two suites for 4 post-gra-
uate girls. Steamn heat with privet:,
lavatory in each suite. Mrs. Schnei-
der. 815 East Huron.
FOR~ RENT Rooms for rent. One sin-
gle. 2 double twin beds. Warm; sec- i
and floor. Dormitory priveleges. 940
Greenwood.
FQ~ RENT At 311 Thompson St. A
large suite. Steam heat. Plenty or
hot water.
FOR RENT Graduate Stu(leint 01r busi-
ness 1I'omnan. Single room 1 Block.
from Campus. P'hone 158. Rallph T.{
Swezey. ,

NOTICE Tutor, specializing in French
finals. (Call 2627-M. evenings.
J-1ltJl. FAVORS
SEverythring for your house party.
ARNOLD STATE ST. JEWVELER4.
r-OTICE At The Ann Arbor Wayside
Inn, Students will find the most
comfortable hostelry for visiting
friends. P~hone 2520-W.
ecretarial, Accountinug, Commercial
andlTeaching. Positions await you.
Now Term begins February 9th.
St ate and Iiiti Sts.
WANTE [

l'-Tider the direction of J ulian E.
Mal .ck, of the ph ysics depart mic t, a
tr~ip i) Bad Axe, lci,:ving early t :is
nxorning. will1 be c;ond~ucted in or
d1el' to view the t otalI eclipse of 1the
suin. A highway bus has been char-
tcred and twenty persons can 1~e ac-
c« moda ted.
PNt Ann Arbor only a portion of the
phenomenon can he observed and it
is for tik, reason that Mr. Mack plans
to condluct thbe excursion to lad Axe
141 miles north of here, where t h; to -
tal eclipse can be seen.
Chicago, Jan. 23.-Phillit) K. \Vrig-
Icy, not yet 30, will become president
Ief the $35,000,000 chewi-Ig Fgum cor-
poration.

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London. Jan. 2?.-- The executive
committee of the Coal Miners federa-
tion, rel)resenting 1,000,00.0 ien, met
to formula te a: policy regarding vital
divergencies concerning the presenti
Nvage disagreement.
jPensacola, Fla.., Jan. 23.- Two avia-
tori met death and two mere injured
when the naval seaplane F'-5-1, rah
crs-ed into Pensacola bay.

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ERVICE

One--half Block South of Packard Street..
( 0iMI'II; ''E EQU'I'.t'IM N, RA I EB LINING~, WRECKING
STIRAIGHTfENI NG FRAIIES AND1 AXLES AND REPAIRINGi
521 South Maim St.

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FOR. ENTF Room, single or doub~ile.
Very reasonable. 520 Ch'a ever Court.
Phone 1755-J.
FORM RENT Single or suite of rooms
onl Forest Ave. Call 2627-1VI. Rates
very reasonable.
FOR RENT Two large fron t rooms.
Also one suite. Steam heat, private
lavatory. Hot and cold water. B~eau-
tiful home near Campus. Price,-,
reasonable. 337 Thompson.
FOR RENT For girls-Very attractive
furnished room. Newly decorated,
new draperies and rug, new Sim-
mlons bed, single. Telephone 1221-J.
1028 Church St.
FOl RENT Room f01' two ladies, first.
floor, good heat, twin beds. 1110
Prospect St. :Phone 601--WV.
FOR RIENT At 315 Packard St. A lage
suite. Hot wat er heast. Plenty of
hot water. Phlone 2122-R.
FOlt RENT Rooins for mnen. Steam
beat. Plenty of hot water. Also gar-
age. Phone 1194-M. 422 E. Washinlg-
'ton.
FOR RENT Single front room for one
inan, second semester. 1913-W.
r <-FOI2 RENT Rooms for graduate or
7business women. One room with
rent payable in services. Call '740-
M.
FOR RENT A first class front, suite0
++ in private home. One other roomer.
Very close to Campus. 410 Thilnp-
80]).

WANT1E) Two (dininig tables and
jchairs. Phone Kerstenl 1570-J.
WANT1ED) St udent Barber wantedl at i
U. of A]. Barber Shop 1110 S. bin-
versity.
j\V4A NT.rEi)Students and 1other's wanted
to organize pliaties to Europe. Free
trip or cash. Optional. WVrite City
Pest. office. Box 21..

I All fraternity
j groups mnust be tal;
j endI of this mont]
j app~ear in this yc
I Appointments Witt
jers should be nma(
j Secretaries should
cha pter roll on th
I { out for that pur'p(

and sorori V
Ion beforo the
,in order to
ecar's 'En Mild.
I~ photog raph-
linlnlediately.
d Send( inlthw
le b.lan's s "'t
0S0.

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1 I iAICO Louis otf Monaco, owner of
Alunte ('' lo, world('s greatest gall-
'r urnci! is in the IUnitedi States in-I
too;iiito. it is reported.,
\vvzishuiogion, JIan. 23. -- The Pres-
ident's ;a gric'ultural commission ex-'
pe> cts to submit its relief report nextF
week.

Dance in
,cobso's,
Frock
and you
Da;nc-.e
in Chic!;
So

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PHONE 1192?

\VANTEI) ie,t suite in p~rivate famni-
ly for tw~o lmedical students. Box
no. 61 Mic'higan Daily.!
WANT1PI) Room mate wrv ntedl for a
good warm squite. 2105-R1. 515 Wal-
nut.
WANTED) Part time stenographer
work. Experienced. Can give 4 hours
daily. Write B'ox (62.
BOARD
BOARD and Room In private family
1220 S. Uni. Phone 2478-J.
LOST
ILOST Ulan's grey neck scarf in Maj.
Tuesday evening. Reward. Call 2483.
LOST South Bend watch, December
18, between Campus and Whitney
Theater. 16. '65-R.
LOST Slide-rule near corner South
and -Cast University Ayves. Reward
Phone 2970-R. 537 Thompson St.
LOST Purse, containing kreys, tickets
andl money. Finder call 1929-M. Re-
wariid.

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A.CG. MAIIQUARDT

AIISC L l,ARNEO US
PHONE 866
For Typewriter Repairing
(All makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,j
Sundstrand and Portabla Adding
machines.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Excehunge
9 Savings Bank~ 13.
FOR SALE

Graceful
that they
seem almost
to Dance
of themselves,

~MID- IN TER
SHOE SALE
z All high grade shoes and
hosiery greatly reduced
to make room for spring
merchandise.
Wahr's Shoe- Store
108 South Main St. Phone 1115
Don't Borrow-Subscribe Today,

FOR SALE Must sell new tuxedo and
vest, size 38, cheap. Call, Blumer 2
801-M. 914 S. State St.

We Realize
We must provide scope within religion
and the church for young people's
powers of criticism, their readiness to
experiment, their capacity for reversing
themselves, their belief that the unprece-
dented is possible and that it can be
better than any precedent.
The variability of youth is a normal and
proper organ for thc self-revelation of
God." George A. Coe.
THE UNITARIAN SOCIETY
of Ann Arbor

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FOR RLENT Single room price V.
Telephone 2960-M. 1203l Vorest Ave.
FOR RE.'1 Large sulte and room for
two, both with. lavatory, good lightL
and heat. 1021 E. Huroni. Phone'
2792.
FOR RENT Light warm room for 0o1e
gentleman, private lavatory, twventyj
minutes from Campus. No other
roomers. 1Phone 3522.
BEAUTY SHIOPPESI
Permanent Waving and lVarc2fling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.1

LOST Red Memorandum hosk. I mpor-
taut to owner. Finder please leave
at Daily office and receive reward
E,. .Warner.

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THREE EXPERT MARCkEJ2LERS
Phone 2939 for appointment.
DIMt'MATTIA BEAUTY SHOPP:E
State Street-Above Cuishings I
Our moderate prices make it possible
for all to have FRESH HOM\E
GROW I FLOWVERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
]122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
SIMES
3IIGI$ ROOTERY
Wuerth Theatre Arcade. See the Style
for yourself.
TYPE W IdTIMRS
TYIIEWI TERS REINT El)
L. C. Smith, Remington, Underwood,
Royal, etc., 3 months $7.50 up. Ini-
tial payment of rent applied on thme
purchase of any typewriter.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Stationery & Typewriter Store
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For~i
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writing ease-
and legibility
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
of your thoughts.
C
All metal construction-gold or
silver for permanence and service-
ability-gives light weight, fine bal-
ance, increased ink capacity, strength
to resist wear and abuse. And brings
the designer opportunity to produce
a pen matching the beauty of a hand-
somely cas-ed watch.
Prices in gold filled or silver
models $5 to $10.
Made in the U. S. A. by
THE WAHL COMPANY, Chicago
anadiian Faaory: THE WAHL COMPANY, Ltd., Toronto
Man ufaefurers of the Wahl Eversharp and the Wahl
All-Metal Fountain Pen
Eversharp is made in designs
matching W a hi Pen

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Barnum -wasrih
~iihen lhe sid
A litle advertising is a dangerous lhing.
Big business men will tell you that
Successful advertisers have been those
Who kept at it.
Don't tell the public once-and then
Give them a chance to forget-keep
Your message before them.
The Michigan Daily offers you a paper
Six mornings every week in which to do this.
It brings your message to the public bef ore
Breakfast-at a time when it is easiest to
Create an impression.
It offers you all the advertising facilities
That a large paper can. It is eager to help
You do successful advertising.
For aid in copy writing or
for our contract rates
Caldl 960

Sunday Dinner
N BI1
Soup?
('ream of Celery
Wafers ('elery Olive:.
Roast Young Chichen
with lDressing
T-Bone Steak
Creamed Lima Beans
Ma shed Potatoes
Rolls
Salad
Dessert
Home Made Apple or Mince Pie
Brick Ice Cream with Cake
Tea Coffee Milk

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