100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

September 24, 1925 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1925-09-24

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

' EM~I3ER 241, 1

D25

THE MICHIGAN

DAILYPGEI .l Ir'EN

:, -
_P. . ._..__...._....._ __.. __..-_w
. , .. . ,_ . .r . ., ..

..r....o..:

__ z - K,.,...

LAsSSIF IE I
u LOS@S
ADVERTISING flAt 8 P.M.

FOR SALEI
FOR SALE FOUNTAIN PENS
Rider's IMVasterpen. 230 drops ink ca-
pacity are selling fast. Have you
got yours? RIDER'S PEN SHOP,
302 State St.

ges Peace

Pact

I

"^____________________Why_____ TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE
Why not buy a typewriter? Buy one
NOTWE FOR RENT cheap from us and quite likely sell
INK IJLARGE Double room, very desirable, at the same price at end ofuschool
Secure yourself against loss of your windowed sleeping porch also heat- . year $1.5.00 up. Look over our line.
1 j S. A. Moran, 711 N. Univ., 2nd floor.
notes. Use our ink. It won't wash l ed. Dorm. 719 Oakland.
off, when set. RIDER'S PEN FOR SALE-Boston Bull terrier, fe-
SHOP, 302 State St. FOR RENT-Single room and suite male, two years old. Registered and
for three boys. Light and warm. pedigreed. 644-R Ypsi, 807 Pearl
FORD REPAIR Work done at reason- Six minutes from campus. 108 E.
able prices. All work guaranteed.1 Williams. Telephone 3382. _
Triangle Garage, 222 Detroit St.'I FOR SALE-Violin, Robinson made,
TWO ROOM apartment, modern in with bow, leather case, and brass
EXPERT MARCELLE WORK every way, 626 Spring St. Garage if music stand, total price $40,. Phone
Bentley Beauty Parlor desired. Fine for student and wife. 3489.
106 E. Liberty Phone 6332. Room for two students
Call 6373 for appointment $2.50 each same address. FOR SALE-Piano, upright, mahogany

FOUNTAIN PENSI
Buy your Fountain Pens where you
get the good repair service. RID-
ER'S PEN SHOP, 302 State St.

FOR RENT-Apartment, steam heat,
private bath, four rooms. Half blocl
from campus. Rent reasonable, 6091
E. Williams.-

STUDENT and family washings done
at home laundry. Deliver to 805 So.
Fifth St.
FOUNTAIN PENS FOR SALE
The new Two-In-One Fountain pen i$1
no longer an experiment. It is hold-]
ing up splendidly. Fill with water
and write with, real ink. We'll be
glad to demonstrate. Also ordinary
fountain pens. S. A, Moran, 711 N.
Univ., Room 2.
]FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
Expert factory workmen do your re-
pairing all makes. 24 hour service
at RIDER'S PEN SHOP, 302 State
Street.
LOCkSMiITN-All kinds of trunk and
door keys. Keeler, Phone 7825.,
A IRST' CLASS CIiEF with refer-
ence wants a position in a fratern-
ity house. Phone 6026, 520 Detroitl
St.'
MEMBERSHIP IN University Golf
club for fall term, $15. Only limit-
ed number left. Course located on
State St. South at Ferry Field.

TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT
Investigate our new rental prices
various makes of typewriters.
A, Moran, 711 N. Univ., 2nd floor.

on
S.

NOTICE-Magic for entertainments.
Call Elting Dial 4710..
INDIANAPOLIS PIANO HOUSE has
player piano in Ann Arbor. Want
some one to take it and pay balance.
Teris to reliable party. Write M.
Blocher, 35 Monun ant Circle, In-
dianapolis, Ind.
BEESYE BEAUTY SHOP
Expert Beauty Work. Frienaly ser-
vice. 711 N. University. Dial
21379 over the Arcade Theatre.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.
WANTED
WANTED-Tenor soloist and basses
fo chorus choir. Mrs. Rhead.
Phone 9621.
POS ION as cook in fraternity or
so ority. Telephone 8135,
TE R SOLOIST wanted for church
work. 312 South Division St. Dial
MAN AND WIFE wish position as
p er and cook in fraternity house.
1 Hoover Ave.
STU ENT Wants a roommate for a
la e suite. Rent reasonable. 425
So Division. Dial 2235.
WAN'ED-Roommate for young lady
in -leasant suite. Must be graduate
student. Phone 7388.
WAN ED-Five students to earn
the4r way and expenses to Wiscon-
sin and Ilinois Games. See Hoov-
er,,548 Church, Dial 3543.
WANTED-15 University men to sell
gu ranteed fountain pens among
students. Excellent profits. Pens
se fast.
See C. P. Teeple
1214 Willard
or Dial 6568 after 5 P. M.
\WA TED-Student to work for room.
Telephone 4978.

FURNISHED ROOMS for boys. 609
E. Williams St., 2nd floor.
FOR RENT-Comfortably furnished
double rooins for students at rea-I
eonable rates. 314 E. Washington.
FOR RENT-At 311 Thompson. South
suite and single rooni. Steam heat.
Hot water all the time.
FOR RENT-Large front room, also
large single room. 427 Thompson.
FOR RENT Rooms for boys at 221 S.
State. Near campus. Phone 8944.
FOR RENT-A nicely furnished cozy
single room in private family, at
1018 East Tiversity Aye. for a stu-
dent who waits a quiet, comfortable
home and who does nt smoke.
Phone 21445.
FOR RENT-One nicely lighted single
room in new house. Steam heat
and board,. Dial 7796; 1120 Olivia
St.
NICELY FURNISHED front suite for
three boys. Phone 21147, 324 May-
nard St.
LARGE FRONT Suite for 2 boys $4.00
= each, One block south of campus.
721 Monroe St. Phone 7981.
TWO very large front rooms. Suit-
able for sturents or instructors.
Very reasonable. 114 N., Ingalls.
FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms ad-
,acent to campus, accommodates
either two at eight dollars or three
at nine. Phone 8035. ,219 S. Thayer.
FORt RINT-Suite of rooms, will ac-
commodate three boys. Very com-
fortable and large. Well lighted.
719 Church.
FOR RENT-Single room In private
home southeast end. HIot and cold
water in room. Heated garage for
small car. Phone 3768.
LARGE Study room in private home
for two men. Steam heat and fine
sleeping porch on Catherine one
block from State. Dial 9571.
HOUSE FOR RENT-Six room house
about four blocks east of campus.
Hardwood floors, fireplace, large
closets, good heating system; ga-
rage. Phone 3291 or University
92-n.
505 North Division. Single room with
bath and shower on first floor.
Steam heat. .No other roomers in
house. Enquire afternoons or eve-
nings.
FOR RENT-Two furnished or house-
keeping suites. Phone 4377.
FOR RENT-Large east rooms. Steam
heat. Phone 8544 or 9714. 422 E.
Washington.
FOR RENT-Room and board in pri-
vate family. Hot and cold water in
rooms. Complete $9.00. 310 E. Lib-
erty.
GARAGE For Rent corner North State
and Lawrence. Phone 6373.
FOR RENT-Two double rooms, near
the engineering shops, comfortable
and well heated. $4 a week. 514
Church.
FOR RENT-A single room. Very at-
tractive. 1049 Olivia. Phone 9239.
OFFICES FOR RENT-Beautiful of-
fices in new fire proof building of
Huron Valley Building & Savings
Assn. Apply to H. H. Herbs, Secy.
A. A. Savings Bank Bldg. Cor. Main
& Huron.
FOR RENT-Between State and Main
single $5.50 or double $2.50 each.
Excellent front suite ..6.00 single
$5.00 each for two. $5.50 each for
three. Phone 7494.
FOR RENT-A Single room in private
home. No other roomers. Dial
6692.

finish, reasonable. Dial 21646.
FOR SALE-Buescher Alto Saxophone
and case. Good condition $50.00.
Call 8355.
FOR SALE-Remington portable type-
writer. Geo. S. Register. 604 E.
Madison. Phone 21717.
LATE 1923 Ford Roadster. Refinish-
ed, starter, demountables, spot-
light and all practical accessories.
Bargain 4 $115. Call 21372 be-
tween 6 and 8 P. M.
FOR SALE-Ford touring 1922. Good
condition, starter, demountable rims
etc. Cheap. Phone 9239.
ONE Harley Davidson motorcycle.
1923 model with side car. Apply!
636 Oakland Ave.
LOST
LOST-Alpha Xi Delta sorority pin.1
Name on back Betzner. Reward
call Miss Betzner 3193.!
LOST-Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity1
pin. Please call 4872.
A FACULTY Coupon Book, No. 212.
Dial 7163. Oscar Seegar. 272 Crest
Ave.
3MUSICj
E. NORMANTOY BILBIE of the De-
troit Conservatory of Music will
teach violin, piano, and harmony at
307 N. Main. Dial 4734.
Subscribe for The Daily today at
the office in Press Bulling.-Adv.

EMMA FISCHER C1,0SS
Teacher of Piano and Pipe Organ.
formerly on faculty at School of
Music and pupil of Leschitizky,
Vienna. Studio 610 E. Liberty St.
Apt. 8. Phone 3566.
Read the Want Ads

I

Georges Tchitcherin
Georges Tchitcherin, Russian for-
eign minister, is, it is reported, pro-
posing an agreement with Poland,
Roumania and Czecho-Slovakia as a
basis of Russian participation in the
coming meeting of allied ministers to
frame an European security pact.
Fi
1 DAILY TRYOUTS
The Michigan Daily offers the
members of its staff an enjoyable
way of spending surplus time
and practical work in journal-
ism. A few more men and wo-
men are needed for the editorial
staff. All persons interested are
requested to see the News Edi-
Itor of The Daily at its offices
o Maynard street,afrom 3 to
o'clock any afternoon this week.

i

r.,

AS EVER-
OUR AIM IS TO
YOU-SERVICE
MOTTO.

I

PLEASE
IS OUR

T~ UTTLE S,
LUNCH ROOM
338 MAYNo1ARD

AlU
U U

C d a° °
4~, '0
A0

7.

I

WENT four live wire student sales-
at once for a good money mak-
in proposition. Call between 3:15
and 5:00 P. M. Wednesday or Thurs-
day at 1328 Washtenaw.

WANTED-Tenor soloist and tenors
and$ basses for church choir.
WANTED-Students to take orders
far photographs. Call L. Leip-
s utz, student representative
Thurs. at 7 P. M. Dial 9761.
WANTED-College girl to do light
h usework for her room. Phone
an evening at 3287.
WA TED-Girl to work for room and
b rd. Phone 6373.
STUDENT To take room in private
fi se. Sophomore or upperclass-
ni Call in person after 7:30 to-
n t at 1009 Michigan Ave.
WA TED-Male student for house-
k. Box 2, Michigan Daily.

That mote'
toSILURIAN" CROW, the geol-
ogy prof, had reached the
crux of his course. "I de-
fine Evolution," said he "as
the-" And just then Henry
Neanderthal broke the lead in
his old-fashioned whittle-and-
smudge. Poor Heinie! ke'd
be- a cam pus ornament still if
he'd only had an Eversharp.
Verbum spr/
From s oc to a month' s allowance

Patronize Daily Advertisers.j
USED CARS
FORDS-FORDS-FORDS-
ALL MODELS-A big bunch of good
Fords to choose from, everything
later than 1922. Open and closed
models. We bought these cars at j
the right price and can sell them at
exceptionally low prices. Terms.
Come in and look them over.

1

AWVATED By trpmpet player dance
wok for Fri. & Sat. nights. 1308
Geddes Ave Phone 21265.

;I

Back to Top

© 2022 Regents of the University of Michigan