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12, 1925) ..

T~iITSDY, FEBUARY 1, 1925THE MIICH-,IGAN DAILY PC1 EE

PA OR SEVEN

I Aft
THISN COIUMN
COLUM-1 L 'Am S P61
CLOSES CLOSCS
AT 3 P.M. U ADVERTISING AT 3 PM.
jmi 1111 milli

."O1l tRENTl-si~poe room, wcill 12-
Yf l , qu t o ,o G 3)fo doors from Camipus.
FOR RENT--Single 1Ro0om. $ 4 is',
week. 1127 Prosped, Phoi.ne "';o-W.
TO RENT-Nicely furnished ,
newlbouse. 33G S. Divisioii.

NOTI21CE
: 1t'iK W\ATCHI REP~AIRING
A rvne!l Surle Streetjeweller
3 1)2 ;:- ; tth State
i~A l'INTSTIEN's J14NQUE'll
i li ridiy, i 'ob. 18, 6 I).Al.
First Baptist Church
Speaker
DRZ. ALL~EN A. FOSTII 11

WANTED
W ANTED--Everyone to try our
Delicious "Toastwch" Sandwich
electrically toa:.ted with filling in.
BETlSEY ROSS SHOP
-NICKELS ARCADE,
WANTED Students and others wanted
to organize parties to Europe. Free
trip or cash. Optional. Write City
Post office. Box 218.
AVANTED-Man with car to sell comn-
plete line qualify Auto Tires and
Tubes. Excellent; Territory. Experi-
ence not necessary. Salary $30)0.00
1per month.
\i ILEISTON'E RITBBER CO.
*bIs. ivef T)oolr 0n1110 i

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TELL your frionds whlat a wondlerful
pen your Masterpcn is. You have
been doing it. Thank you.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St.
F"OUN'U A PE'-N REPAI RING
SAVEI" that long wait while havin '
your pen sent away for repairs.
We repair it the same day it is brou-;
ght. in and insure that it will be ad-
jus1t ed to your hand when you call
for it.
UND)ER'S PEN S110P
PEN MAKERS
FOUNTAIN PEN ~rINK

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FOR RENT--Large (doub1le0or rni
room with private family. N\o 0 ( w
studonts inl house. 0,0 "1,0,i
G o'clock, 1364 Gecddes Ave.

r. isVAY'2, we have the kickernick
))omnr in ling ette and1 silkc jersey.
also1the combination in white for
summer
TlFi'J Qr A iY 71STOP
303 South Main.

FOUI N''A I N P EN S

Prjeser;ves (hder

FO0R GRADUATE SUJ:''~un
desirable suite and(1siw,'e ?10021.
TtSteam heat. Tlot wafeor. 8
Thompson.,
FOR RENT-~~Large ro0om, dos b1' or
single. 1127C Church, Phlon e ::1
FOR RENT-Room for one itw
boys. Excellent i ocatlion. (lor
t, Campus. 429 S. 1ivisiou,.
FRONT ROOM--Good heatf. On 'i bled
from the cam2pus. 'Phone r 2:;:-:,%I
FOR ENT-One single room ...~Y
very large front roomii for two cr
three, slteani heat, pilenly . of'. lhot
watier, near ca tipi '.. . l ': a i E 'iy y
rensonable. 337 Thompson.
P0OR RENT-Roorrs for men. sSiagle,
double 'and vacaSncy in new suaite.
Also garage, Searn lheal. P1at y
of hot Water. Three b la 1-ri 10m w
422 E. XWasington. 1Phone 11 !'.DfK-i.
FOR ,ENT--Suite of roomis with firie..e
place. 1317 Washtenawv. Phione
2923. Mrs. Murphly.
FOR RENT-Suite or Itwo) ingle +
rooms. Very attract ive 10(5 tOli
near 1'campus. st en ilie t "rail dVery
nicely furnished. Mrs. E. :l. 1+riti.t,
238 S. Thayer. Phone 299,-11.

(Our' moderate prices make it possible
for all to have FRE1+SH hOME
C IU)Wq FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLOR1AL CO;.
1122 1'. Liberty. Phone 1 62f
IJONE sthl
For Typewriter Repairing
{ ~(All smakes)
l ealer in Woodstock typewriters,
ISv~ndstrand and Portable Ad diig
machines.
IAnn Arbor Typewriter Excange

1.'C 7 . .1 1 : J1 , k/11111 f
A vicious ink may -,;fork for a short
*WAVrNT1ED-At once, ten or more ex- i~ine. t; log the delicate mechain-
perencd Sti~entsalsme. .ig ~fism of the pen and cannot be remov-'
mission. Crll1:519 S. University. ed b~y ordinary m('rns. It is chemi-
3 514-.I. cally antagonistic to a goodl ink, which,
WANTED-Students to sere ou type-' will work and renders the ink color-
writer b~argains. Good inahtin Cs for less.
sale or rent. S A. :Moran, 711 N Consult Rider's Pen Shop, where
Un iversity Ave., Room 2. yoll ill alwvays find a fresh supply
of the best Government stan~dardl and~
WVANT ED-Student and family wash-' writing; fluid. It is the only sat isfac-
ings. Called for and delivered. tory ink for t he fountain pen.
'I'lone 16511-W. RlIDER'S PEN SHOP
-- -J-'elt and Ink Spe'cialist
FOIL SAI E
- -..SITUATIONS 1TAINTE I3.
FOR SALE -Pop Pop Peter --h's a1._
Fordi, y5:. {ail Fiaulkner, 1 996-.F. EXP ERIENCED EDITORIAL ASSIS-
tant (capable stenographer) wishes
FOR SALE---25 leather bottom s~raight. part time work. Phone 626-id.

Randall Parks (above), 25 years old.
has taken up the task of' preserving
u' cin tr ubl e l H errin, Ill. 1-1e was
aip . Le l a g sheriff tinder the
fte'"rs of an agree-men t between U :anl
and anti-Ilan factions following the
lll-1.gnation of George Galligan. anti-
kl ann er.

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w is-5rr' lbo
eves; /a
MILLIO" of en ar turn
ilindrds tf meniosdeand
MILLorheofA menare tourn-"
in g for mao t e r etiC f c e t
Mawith Squi's il f Magesia

back chazirs;. Also studl~ent's desk.r

Also j
Cou1poti Books I
1117
So. IlmiliersftyI

ai~~ y fr?
I H~4h~'8
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FOlt RENT-D~ouble and sin ?o rom;C;-
These rooms are large, light, and
warm. Separate sleeping qurtrt ;1
if desired. 114 N. I garillIs. Ph'one
ROOM AND PBOA~TID- One large
double room, and boarid in pri vaie
hrouse. 1220 S. Univers;ity. I 'hone
2878-J.
LADY living alone in very tOetrtabl
apartment, wishes to rent suite t
rooms or share apartment. P~hone'
2094-R. 325 E. Liberty.
VACANCY for one man in atlatrge
double room, 1. block, from campus.
114 Tfwelfth I, Phone 2 125J-a.

F(ITNI) - SOM EIip,~lNG NEW, "Ton st-
wickh" Sandwich. 100 per cent
heftlerrIthan ordinary sandwiches.
BEI'SEY ROSS SHOP
' I{"('KELS hAR(AJ{DJx
P0 ('XIt1)--f air' of muittens onl 5. 1 i-
versily a week ago. Owner can
havye same lmy i dent ifIying and payinm
for t his ad. WV. R. Isola, 11(13 Olivia.
ho 'NID--Fountain pen, Girl's Water-
man. ('all 2174-R.
BEAUTY SIIOPPEI~
Ierilancnt Wavmi ind IMarc-Alixmg
M7ACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
T~WO) EXPI ERT SR-I NCLE BARBERS,
French and1 Spanish waves given.
Perfect service0 given at my shop).
Phoneo 2439;
'.{11{.0"A' ABEAU'TY SHOP

A~ll ligtoak
son, 3010-R.
FOR SALF '2
concert. Fou
center. Call
FOR SATE--$41
Gsood as:1now\
letwet'n 7 tm
xIIBSON MAN'
i ' IVERNI'I
VI CTI
FASCINATIfNG
011! LAI.)Y Bl
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PAIN.
A vondlem'
C'omei
II N it's I".5
P IANOI
BAND) & ()I
Rea s(n
ITNIVERSY
PY
BLACK SlI
Lost Thursdt
294 9.

tickle'ts for Pmala
irth row of main floor,
173-JI in after noon.
i0 Tenor Banjo for $15. ?
v. C'all Walter, 870-N}
f MUSIC HOUS St.Valentine's Da
OR RECORl!)
o. 195.5t ~~dTy ~
IIYTJIM--FOX TRPOT
'layed by;
WHiITM'ANR
tillI sell illg i'e('om'r
in and hear itYo
S--VICTROLAS R
RCHEISTlRA INS'rs. N rwodiyfIVActn
uinable Terms Fea hr 0l oc orGul vn-r aetn
'Y MUSIC I-OUSE . .. Bxs containinga spacial asrirn fcnls
}loe179.P-rices ram n-i from 1 5c. to $6.50.
LO T f+ 'fR Founain Pen--- Ne tlo Arcade Theatecr 3
ay of exams. Reward.3

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'riting ease
and 1egibili~
'e Wahl Pen was designed for
Triting ease and legibility. It is a
erfected, modern writing instrument
rhich will aid you in acquiring *a
Tactical hand, a readable expression
fyour thoughts.
All metal construction--gold or
[ver for permanence and service-
)llty---gives light weight, fine bal-
ice, increased ink capacity, strength
resist wear and abuse. And brings
ie designer opportunity to produLce
pen matching the beauty of a hand-
)mely cased watch.
Prices in gold filled or silver
[Oddls $5 to $10.
Made in the U. S. A. by
THE WAHL COMPANY, Chicago
anadian Facaty: THE WAHL COMPANY, Ltd., Toronto
Manufaaturers of the Wahl Eversharp and the Wahl
All-Metal Fountain Pen
.Eversharp is made in designs
matching W~ahl Pen

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Physical Fitness
Good athletes are made, not born! Given
all the inherent qualities, the star runner,
golfer, "baseballer, " etc., must be carefully,
thoroughly trained--both mentally and
physically. So the methods of trainers
and athletic experts are of interest to all.
And it is significant that an alkohol rub
is almost universal as a part of the pro-
gram of developing the utmost in physical
fitness. Mifflin Alkohol is available to
you, too--for this and many other uses!
Fine to soften the beard, before shaving;
to cool anct soothe the skin, AFTERshaving.
Splendid . elief for tired, aching feet; great
for sunburn; an efficient antiseptic and
germicide.
Mufflin Alkohol is denatured by a formula
which actually improves it for external use.
College teams and many other athleti
organizations use Mufflin Alkohol regu-
larly. Be sure YOU get MIFFLIN--in the
handy-grip one-pint bottles as illustrated.

I. Fashionably smooth hair
This hassca sed the great
change inth appearance

of men's hair
Y OU cannot go into a
classroom, or a club, or a-
fraternity house,. without no-
ticing it-
Somehow, college men have
found a way to make the
hair, the most conspicuous
part of , the appearance, look
just as they want it to look
at all times.
j It was not always so.
. Before Stacomb was intro-
'duced, they tried countless
methods to make their hair
j lie smoothly and! stay that way.
--from old-fashioned po-
mades, which only matted the
hair and made it greasy, to
plain water, which kept it in
place an hour at the most and

then left it drier and more
brittle than ever. Small won-
der that they greeted Stacomb
with such instant enthusiasm!i
Here at last was something
that would make the hair stay
in place without harming it or
making it sticky and unnatu-
ral-looking
Today the great change which
Stacomb has brought about is no-
ticed everywhere. Men whose hair
used to be out of place an hour after
beinig brushed, men whose other-
wise correct appearance used to be
spoiled by hair that was hopelessly
unkempt-today they keep their
hair constantly in perfect order.
Use Stacomb tomorrow morning~-
and look your best all day. A deli-
cate, invisible cream. Non-staining
and non-greasy. In jars and tubes,;
at all drug and department stores.

Mifflin Chemical Corporation
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Sales Agents: HAROLD) F. RITcHImE & CO., Inc.
171 Madison Ave., New York

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KEEPS THE HAIR: IN PLACE

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