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RDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CLOSES
At 3 P.M.

ADVERTISING'

FOR SALE
PANO, in good condition. Cheap for
cash. A. F. Hansen, Springwater
Sudivision, Packard Rd.
TPRIGHT PIANO, mahogany case;
in good condition. Reasonable.
Call 1532-J. (12-2 P. M.)

EXPERIENCED tenor soloist to sing
in church quartette. Call Mrs.
Cross, 610 E. Liberty St. Phone
2183-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.
Phone 1257-W.
FOUNTAIN PENS
BUY A FOUNTAIN PEN MADE IN
ANN ARBOR
Rider Masterpen now on sale in
Rider's Pen Shop, 302 State Street.

GROSS COUNTRY SQUAD
Under a burning sun the first ar-
rivals of the Michigan hill and dale3
squad took their opening workout of
the season over the Ferry Field
course Thursday afternoon.
Twelve men answered the first call
of - Coach Steve Farrell including
Captain Shenefleld, Mason, Wagner,
Callahan, Reinke, and Amstutz, to-
gether with four members of the last
years frshman squad.
Among the sophomores who took
the first run of the season are Jung
and Hornberger, both star milers on
last years yearling track team and
the latter one of the best cross coun-'
-FOUNTAIN PENS
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-;

try men developed in the freshman
squad in years, Walsh, Butler and'
Stoddard.
With the opening of classes a call
will be issued to all tryouts and Far-
rell expects to have one of the larg-
est turnouts in years by the end of
first week of work.
SUMMEREROLLMENT
OF WOMEN: INCREAS
Out of the total enrollment of 3,109
students in the summer session of the
University, 1,050 were women, accord-
ing to figures compilled by Miss Helen
C. Bishop, in the office of the Dean
of Women.
Five hundred and five students out
of the 1,131 registered in the College
of Literature, science and the arts
were women and 15 women were in-
cluded in the enrollment of 419 stu-
dents in the Engineering school.
The Medical school registered 24
womern during the summer session
and the school of pharmacy enrolled
three. Two women studied law, while
246 were enrolled in the school of

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education and 255 of the students in
the Graduate school were women.
The total increase of students in the
University for the year 1923-1924 in-
cluding the 1923 summed session was
841 out of which 56 were women.

The Glden Oaks I
Where those who favor us with their custom sh'all exp
every courtesy and attention.
Open 7:00 A. M. to 9:30 P. M.
Breakfast 7 to 10; Lunch- 11 to 1:30; Dinner 5 to 8
Afternoon tea 3 to 5
Cotner of Forest and South University
Phone 3361-W 1

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OPEN SATURDAY, SEPT. 204

CROSCOPE--Three lenses
eitz and oil immersion.
oor, Lawyers Club.

- Zeis,
Ide, 5th,

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EMAN POLICE puppies of quality.,
iver gray, healthy, sturdy, pedi-
eed, reasonable. 215 Wildwood
ve.. 2789-R.

Everything the College Man Will

ROYAL TYPE WitITEIRS fAsk those who have them. They will
Jew and Rebuilt, Also the Underwood tell you why it is a superior student
Pen and you can not afford to over-
PortWble Typewriter look the wonderful service you get
A. C. STIMPSON, 308 . State St. from the maker himself.
nd Floor. Phone 310-M rIrnTm WVTT r 1

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Need for Both Recreation

and School Wear

vice by
Arbor.

the only pen makers in

Ann

FOR RENT

'WO PLEASANT rooms in a private
family. $5 and $6 each. 129 E.
Ann.
IRST FLOOR Suite for four men.
Fireplace, steam heat; private en-
trance; use of piano. 410 N. State,
Apt. 2. 2454-J.
UITE AND SINGLE. Steam. heat.
Hot water. 311 Thompson.
WO 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.
University.
ARGE well lighted suite for 4, alsoj
2 large front double rooms. 813I
E. Ann St.
WANTED
.LL OUR FRIENDS to give us a call
at our new Church St. Barber I
Shop. First class work and cour-
tesy to all. Joe Shaltis and Edward-
Bowen, 607 Church.

JJET 'UR tsecurity4 1ountain Pen at
The College Inn.
Fountain Pens of the better national
known makes including Waterman,
Conklin, Sheaffer, Parker, LeBoeuff,
priced $2.50 up. If you write, we
have it.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
MISC ELILANE OUS
COIIONA 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.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
DON'T FORGET
For ladies furnishings, fancy work
and .novelties, the same old stand.
The Exquisite Corset Shop,
The Palais Royal,
109 W. Liberty

I FOUNTAIN PENS

In accordance with our previous' custom we are again ready
to fill every need of the University men with a large display
of quality merchandise at extremely reasonable prices.

of the better nationally known
makes.

CONKLIN
WATERMAN
SHEAFFER
PARKER

Laboratory Coats-Dental Coats-Waiters' Coats
Golf Hose-Knickers-Gym Suits
Flannel Shirts-Hosiery, etc., etc.
JFLP~ertk

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Pricd $2.50 up.

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Women's Black.
Endura

Your
on

name engraved free
;ll purchases.

W e clean,

with

Benz

0. D. MCRRILL
17 NICKELS' ARCADE
The Stationery and Typewriter Store.
If you write, we have it.

OSITION as
house. Phone
31 "Daily".

cook 'in
2116-M or'

fraternityj
write Box

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XPERIENCED cook wants position
in a fraternity or sorority house.!
Phone 2116-M.-

ALL KINDS of trunk and door
Phone 2498. 1210 W. Huron.
Keeler,

keys.
Dell

te ards--

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IExclusively-Cleans cleaner
stays clean o ner Contains
no grease, Leaves no oily

Investigate the advantages of our extensive
dairy service before giving your orders for' milk,
cream, butter, cheese, etc.
You're assured of positively the maximum in

film-

quality of product.

You can depend upon prompt

deliveries..

You are saved the necessity of paying a

number of bills at the end of the month.

This Beautiful Home at 1812 Austin Avenue For Sale
We are pleased to submit a 12-room house near WASHTENAW AVENUE,
for sale; two acres of land.
First Floor-Large living room with fireplace and built-in bookcases,
library, sun parlor, dining room, butler's pantry, kitchen, lavatory and wash
room; finish is grey oak.
Second Floor-Five large bedrooms, built-in tiled bathroom, large sleep-
ing porch, large clothes closets (electric lighted). Finish is white enamel.
Third Floor-Two extra large .bedrooms and built-in tiled bath with
shower; composition floors; white enamel finish.
Basement-Large garage (heated); hot water lheat (controlled by oil
burner); water softener; lavatory; complete laundry equipment.
Lot includes oak, maple and hickory trees and beautiful shrubbery.
CAMBRIDGE ROAD BUILDING LOT
We are pleased to offer a large building lot on CAMBRIDGE ROAD, for
sale. Trees and shrubbery, ;over 200 ft. frontage. Owner will sell for small
payment down. Lot near car line; city improvements near new Angell
grade school and university.

An investigation will prove to you we are
splendidly equipped to serve you. It will be to your
advantage to do so.

Prices are always reasonable.

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Phone 423.

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Ann ,Arbor Dairy Co.

Call Mr.
CHARLES
First National Bank Building

Craig with
L. BR(

OOKS

Pure Dairy Products.

Phiones 315-3552=

For Sale,
WASIITF-lAW GAS
5 PEI .CENT:1'BONDS
Due 1933 to Net 6 Per Cent 1
W. H. ROSE & CO..
Dime Bank Bldg., Detroit
PIANO AND PIPE ORGAN
iNSTRUCTION BY
EKAM _ FISCHER tCROSS 1
Formerly of University School
of Music, head of piano depart- j
mert at University of Washing-
ton (1912) and Bellingham,
(Nash.).State Normal School
(1914-20). Pupil of Leschetizky,
Vienna.
Studio-610 E. Liberty St.-
PHONE 2183-J REGISTER NOW

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A WELCOME TO STUDENTS
We wish to draw your attention through the Michi-
gan Daily, that we are headquarters for all your needs in
hardware supplies.
SPECIALS FOR STUDENTS

Ann Arbor

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only cleaners

not using

,garoline in any

form.

I 1 LB. BALL PEEN-
HAMMERS'
CHISELS
VISES
STEEL RULES
BRASS BOUND RULES
DIVIDERS

STUDY 'LAMPS
ILAMP SHADES
EXTENSION CORDS
CLOCKS--ALL STYLES
PADLOCKS
COMBINATION LOCKS
POCKET KNIVES

All

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