THURSDAY" NOVEMBER 12, 1925
TIlE 7,MTIHIGAN fDAILY'
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COLMN L A$SI F IECOLUMN
AT P.A.DVE!RTI SING AT 3 PMI
WANTED-Boys to sell Daily FootWall +OI NTAIN. PEN' INK
Extras this Saturday. Cood[ Pay. XWe profit by your satisfaction.
Sign1 up Friday between 2 and 6, ink we reCcommenl~d is first a n
P. M. at thec Press Bldg. 44-45-46.i ink. It is the best flowing ink
- -~----j-will not clog the d(licate me(
*WANTED- To rent -garage h]vii (1ty io or e.AkA
of 111ll ;.d Oxi-rt. I'ad. Pox 23!Ridler's Pen Shop
Michiga'n Dally. 44-45--46. '9St'c t
The' Rebuilt andl second hand of all makes
R omWalke Of The Sea Is Not Dead
LOST ; N0YJI
LOST-Blue dress sash with frin oELSON BEAUJTY SHOP. Lanoil, per-'
in the vicinity of MAlajestic. Finderj manent waving, anld marcell waving
jWANTED-Taro ticket s for the 0. S.
U. gamne. Call D. Ogbur n, 3313.
t., t (, h.Lt' sun t.ti.~
3Personal cards should be ordereId now.'
Good work requires time. Print in ;
boughlt, sold, rented, exchanged,'
cleanmed, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est tokzdi and bast Stervice ddepart-
me--t in2 Ann al'bor1.
O. D. MOR ILi...
17 nickels Arc(:,,
The Typewriter & Stationcry ;tore
3 ird a~er: . C. "Smith & (Coron a
gootd cocndition. Call ii Thonison.:5
So. Division, Dial 8072.,01' Univer-
sity 2)04 if.
.:li E\ YO )il .Nov. 11 .----That the ro-
manco e(A the se l I Lt .JpcNlo:,,ndon
,vr ote rf i5 not (dead 11"-, been provenl
1iUPMasted(1 ;-Sl~obfer of I1110 type
Lo(I Oiifl wro 0 01 inihis stoi'je's. A
few; m1inu1te;lai ".'r nosewal l11-
der, she _-11f an with Lill sails
sc(t. Clove to the, ':f; toni1,
Trhe water bcame covered with
flouri;ng wreckiage, deck liou1-,e s. ann,
spa r-. One .;ma111) m. t Wit h eP 1,1u nen
in1 it.1]Boated alonie.Thes e A w ~ ere
, "11 picked 11!_, a: a so wvas the iin-t'
ma te who had gonc below to ge't his
license and $4 wlich bh had inl his
lHe went down with the ship buit
sm-r i ised all by bobbing to the sci-
face soon afterward with his $ 4
thuhminus his license. All-the way
?sach to New Vork he bemoaned the
pact that he had sailed tire sea for
42 years and now hald lost his papers.
THE HAGITE,- Reports of direct
negotiations between American inter-
cOts andl the government of the Dutch
East Indies for thq# establishment of
l'ubl ,r lplantations there (drew the
statement from the colonial office that,
nothing wats known of, such negotia-
P~atronize Daily Ad'vertisers.-Adv.
please call 5052. Reward. 45-46.1
LOST-Girl's white-gold "Wenvo"
wrist watch, with white-gold link
bracelet. Lost at hill. Auditorium,
Saturday. Reward. Dial 3301.. Heien'J
LOST-Bone rimmed glasses in black
leather case in or near Congrega-+
tional church or Betsy Barbour last
Sunday evening. Dial 3568.
GREEN SCHAEFFER Pencil withf
gold ring and clip somewhere be-f
tween third floor Lit-. Bldg and
Union. Dial 8343. Mrs. Payne.
SCALLOPED Luncheon cloth., lMon-
day, Nov. 9 at Michigan Union. Re-
ward. Call 21678. 44-45-46.;;
ourl s'}Jr1(UR. .,)iJ ;s. ~IIL1U. IPLoom °"- a -yd" ana engrving a speialtdRy. IlargetL
202. D~ial 4404. t~. -~------- ----__-_-_ and finest selection obtainable.
tFOR REthNT---Largo front room with1 0. D. MORRILL,
ATTENTION fraternities and sororl- alcove. S1hower-bpath, hot water,! 17 Nickels Arcade,
ties. Try our Special Blend Coffee.! heat. Snutwlsie fo-r n.,siness-Tmen or The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Per pound 45e. The Schultz Groc-, women. 518 E. William St. Dial 43-44 -45- r(.
cry. t., th., tf. 8758 45._
TYPEWRITING, & 2IM EOGIIA PIIN G
REWARD) for information leading to! FOIE RENT-Near Campus, four roomI Promptly and neatly done by comipe-
the securring of 0. S. U. tickets, furnished apartment, newly decorat- tent operators at moderate rates".
+Phone 6581. 44-4546. ed, in private family, laundry privi") 'College work a specialty for sevenr-
____----__-_-_-' -leges. Phone 4377. 43-44-45. 1 teen years.
WVANTD JI; - 0. D. MORRILL,
I. FOR RENT-Garage, 1111 So State. 17 Nickels Arcade,
fWANTED-Some peppy young fellows 44-45. The Typewriter & Stationery Store
All men Intcrcs7ted : in -trying~
lout for The D3aily ariniivited to
a, "tryotits' me.eting at 4 o'clo-k
todlay in Thfie- Daily ofices,
Prem ss 'building, on Maynard
street. T1he Daily offers practic-
altntrining in- reporting, cdii ing,
lieadwine Writing and other
pihases of journalism. F'irs;t
semester freshmen arc not elig -
ible. ______ _
to sell something at the 0. S. U.
game. F. 13. Fradmburgh. Call E
8455 after 6 P. Al. 45.
WANTED-One or two tickets, for
j0. S. UT. game. Dial 3944
FOR SALE-We have a high-grade
Player Piano, slightly used in the
vicinity of Ann Arbor, on which
$200.00 has been paid. We will sell
I 43-44-415- G.
For every article for sale, there is
a buyer. Reach hi th ru cassifi.cds.
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We pay; best prices for men's
clothing. Dial 8040.
Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer
t., th ., sat.
SCHAEBERLE & SON, 110 S. Main St.
The popular place for all kinds of
musical instruments. It pays to
trade here. th., f., sat., tf.
THE COLLEGE MAGICIAN
change in his bag of
for all occasions.
N. D. Smith, Dial 5970 tf.
WANTED-At once speedy and ac-
curate typist. None others need ap-
ply. Box 27 45.
WANTED-Two tickets for Ohio Statej
game. Call Frater at 7667 after 4
P'. M. 45.
WANTED-Two Ohio tickets. Phone
4441 'on Thursdlay, hours 3 to 5
only. Stone. 45.
WANTED--Second hand full-dress
coat. Size R6. Must be in good
condition. Call Curl. Dial 55183.
WANTED-Two adjacent seats for
0. S. U. game. Phone-.Flindt. Dial
WANTED--Tradbe of two box seats for
two on 35 yard line. Shadley, phone
jto party willing to complete small
monthly payments. 44-45-46.
I ~ FOUNTAIN PENS
All the better makes including thei
famous Rider "Masterpen." Why;
not get our skilled service with
the pen you buy at the same cost.
Rider's Pen Shopj
302 State Streetf
t., th., sun. tf.h
N O is tOw time ano(,loan thlat -lasmt. for the Fall
.Par'ties! No onei-call wdo Itt 4ir 0" O c()W 1110'e
Comiplete sati"tsto Save yotur !nionpy tiln get
your hat nadre l1k4'need: t
Ann llArlbotl-r Shop
SPDECIAL CINESE DISHES!
Have you tried them yet?
They are all prepared by a Chinese chef. -
Drop in [lhe next time you are in Ypsi.
COLLEGE CAFE ANNEX
14 NORTH- WASHINGTON-YPSILANTI -.
~l Cj (LODING
II 4, _
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
We skillfully repair your pen
same day you bring it. Why sE
it away and wait.
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State Street
t., th., sun. tf
625 East Liberty
Patronize, Daily Advertisers.
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NOTICE--Manuscripts typewritten by 86.4-6
experienced operators at Biddle's WANTED-Young fellow to, sell
Book Store. 11; Nickel's Arcade. lamps. Dial -5833. 43-44-45.
t.,th. st. f.TWO TICKETS for Ohio State Game,
TAILORING* Phone 2218. 'Call for Hasty, 509 E.
Students Tailoring Phone 80401 Liberty. 44-45.
Car. N. University and Thayer
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED AND j WANTED-Four tickets for Ohio
PRESSED, $1:25 game. Dial 4691. 44-45-46.
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20c WATDFutiksfobthOo
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING1SATE aDYoMinesogame..O4535
AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY ISttanMiesagms.46
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AND i__Larry. __44-45-46.__
COATS WANTED-Two Ohio State tickets.
REASONABLE PRICESj Call 7070. Mr. Henning. 44-45-46.'
Work Called For And Delivered
tf. ! Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
Christmas Greeting Cards i
Sample books of Personal Cards now ready and. at
your service. Leave your order early.
WA 1 R.5UNVRITY
Alil I)opuiar PBrcgue models on displaiy
GUT1 OO)FOLK & C0.
330 South iState Street
Anni Arbor, Mich.
7asls and PAtterns exdlusive& our own dles~jn
BROADWAY AT 40"" STREET 144 WEST 42NSTREET
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE BLDG. KNICKERBOCKER BUILDING
84 BROADWAY-AT WALL STREET
BUY YOUR TICKET FOR
O. S. U. DANCE
A UDI T RI UMA
A R OS
14---EVENING OF 0 . S. u a
5-Pv i ocrsi~ t tSre-
Lo ndon String Quartet,
CECILIA HANSEN astonished critics and
music lovers alike at her New York debut
October 21, 1922, when she gave one of the
most successful concerts ever heard in that
city. "A younger sister of a spiritual Hei-
fetz" exclaimed Gilbert W. Gabriel of the
Evening Sun. "Peer of the Auer clan" de-
clared Richard Aldrich of the New York
Times. "A new planet swam into public
ken yesterday afternoon," reported the New
York World. "A violinist of uncommon
gifts,". asserted Lawrence Gilmnan in the New
York Tribune. "The audience gave her a
veritable ovation," said Pitts Sanborn in the~
New York Evening Mail. "She locks like a
Greek goddess and plays as one hispired,"
was the comment of a veteran concert-goer.
Such -was the critical and public acclaim
of this beautiful Russian violinist of Danish
Jazzes Levey, 1 st Violin
Thomas W. Petre, 2nd Violin
H. Waldo Warner, Viola
C. Warwick Evans, Violoncello
Friday, February 26
THlE LONDON STRING QUARTET was
founded in 1908. Besides giving over a
hundred and fifty concerts in London, they
have made three tours of Norway. Sweden
and Denmark and of Spain and have also
been heard in the countries of South Amer-
ica, while France and Holland have lbeen
visited many times. Trhey have criss-crossed
the United States and Canada four times
and have visited Honolulu twice. They have
produced over one hundred new works.
The Quartet consists of four eminent mnu-
sicians who have worked together continu-
ously for seventeen years, and can challenge
The Elixir.o Lv
A Comic Opera i-Twio Acts by Ditoizetti
Presented b~y William Wade Hinsliaw
Monday, January 11
SOLOISTS AA) CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
WILLARD LJJEKTB F 1W, MIusical Director
IBazel Huntington, Soprano........... Adina
ELeanor La Mance, Mezzo-Contralto....
.. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .Gianetta
Thomas McCranahan, Tenor...... Nemorino
Leo De Hierapolis, Baritone........ Belcore
Francis Tyler, Basso........ ....Dukamara
L T E A H IF. M.]E'LIUS CI RISTI INSEN Conductor
Adina is loved by Nemorino and is ad-
mired by Belcore. "Doctor" Dulcamara sells
Nemorino a love elixir. Under its influence
lie offends Adina who resolves to marry
Belcore at once. The "Doctor" refuses to
sell Nemorino a stronger potion. Belcore
lires Nemorino to go to war in his stead,
who, now supplied with money, buys an-
Gianetta now tries to "catqhi" for herself
Nemorino, who is unaware that ;he has just
inher'ited a fortune. Adina becomes jealous
and consults with the "D~octor" who explains
how Nemorino h ad triedl to -win her af' :-
THE ST. OLAF LUTHERAN CHOIR-"A
celestial chorus," "too perfect to be human,"
"no choral body can excel them in precis-'
ion"-such are the descriptive terms which
have been employed by musical critics
where the organization has appeared in
F. MELIUS CH-RISTIANSEN is the quiet-
est, most unassuming individual imaginable.
neither from his conversation nor his ap-
pearance would one imagine him to be one