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19. 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ADVERTISING

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NOTICE

-Alpha Chi Sigmia pin. Name TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
ack. Reward. Phone 8 Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
-A pair of glasses and a purse, i College work a specialty- for seven-
d. University, Friday morning, teen years.
ard. Phone 3627. 1030 Oaktlanda" D. MORRILL,
87-88-89. 17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
-Silver wrist watich with flexi- t.
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we silver Cana , aur ay nign te-
tween 8-11, 1805 Washtenaw. Dial
9717. 88.
LOST-K of C ring, Wednesday morn-
ing, on Ingalls, between E. Wash-
ington and N. University. Call
21749. Reward. 87-88-89.
LOST-Gold Sphinx Pin. Finder will
please call 4917 or address Box 50,
Daily office. 86-87-88.
LOST-On Packard or Main Sts, an
Oblong pin of cut steel formed in
initials R. G. P. Valuable only to
owner. Reward. Call 6723.C
88-89-90.
,OST-Monday, Jan. 11, 11 a. m.
Angell Hall, Room 215, Black
rinmed glasses and Wahl fountain
pen in University Health Service
Glasses case. Call 3301. Huda
Smith, Helen Newberry Residence.
86-87-88.
NOTICE
ANNIVERSARY WEEK at . Elson
Beauty Shop. Starting Janitary 18.
Shampoo and Marcel, $1.50 with a
lemon rinse free. Marcel 75 cents.
Elson Beauty Shop,
321 S. Main, Phone- 44b,4.
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Men's Suits sponged, pressed 35 cents
Student's Talloring, Phone 8040, Cor.
N.~ Univ. and Thayer, tf
NOTICE-Tutoring in English Litera-
ture for final examinations. 1207
Willard. Phone 6642. 87-88-89.
PIANO TUNING-By the Steinwayj
Concert Artist tuner. Phone 6776. 1
Victor Allmendinger,i601Granger
Ave. Tuner for University School
of Music. Not with any musi
house. 87-88-89-90-91-92.
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PRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.
Special prices on all appointments.
Trojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1110 S.;
University, side entrance. Phone
5535. tu, th, sat.-tf.
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.

NEW VICTOR Record releases every
Friday. You'll always find the lat-
est and best on Victor Records.
Schaeberle & Son, 110 S. Main St.
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WHEN ITS any thing in Music or
Musical Instruments see Schaeberle
&- Son, 110 S. Main St. tf.
ATTENTION fraternities and sorori-
ties. Try our Special Blend Coffee.
Per pound 45c. The Schultz Groc-
eiy. t., th., tf.3
REAL PEN SERVICE,
Buy your Fountain Pens and ink
at Rider's Pen Shop. It costs no more
and you have the advantage of spec-
ialist service, and, the largest stock
to select from.
Now in our new location
315 State St. tf.
Here is An Opportunity
WE REQQUIRE several intelli-
gent students, both sexes, who can
devote part of their time during this
semester to our business. An oppor-
tunity is offered for advancement.
Commission basis. Mr. Morley, 709
West Cross St., Ypsilanti, Michigan,3
Phone 428. 84-85-86-87-88-89.
TYPEWRITERS
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
bought,- sold,. rented, ,,exchanged,
cleaned, repaired eandrebuilt. Larg-
est stock and best service depart-
ment in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRRILL,
1? Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Storel
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
tf.
Arnold's State St. Jeweler
is now carrying a complete line of
fountain s- --all makes, all prices.,
Whatever type you may need, come in
and see us, we can satisfy you.
Arnolds State. St. Jeweler
302 S. State St. tr. 1
Read the Want Ads1

VWANTED
WANTED-One lage double room,
one suite, well heated and lighted, 2
blocks from campus. Prices reason-
able. 822 Oakland. 88-89-90.
WANTED--To rent, one double room
for boys for next semester, 415 N.
Ingalls. Phone 5467. 88-89.
WANTED-Free room to student who
wishes to help with room work,
two blocks from campus, 403 E.
Washington, Phone 3751. 88.
WANTED TO RENT-Room, prefer-
ably with fireplace, and place for
piano, or priviege of' keeping one
somewhere in house. Must be near
campus. Box 46. 86-87-88
WANTED--Two Senior Engineers de-
sire a third student'as roommate in
large suite. Price $3.50. Call Ar-
nold or Swain, 9697. 87-88-89.
WANTED Three upper classmen de-
sire suite in private home near the
campus. Northern section. Box 50.
88-89-90.
ROO1 WANTEDI
ROOM WANTED-Cultured lady stu-
dent would like room in private
family, near campus, for second
semester. Box 46. 87-88.
DRESS MAKING WANTED
DRESS MAKING-Sport dresses and
evening dresses a specialty. Prices
$5 to $15. Estimates given. Also
remodelling. Dial 5982. 87-89-91.

FOR RENT-Single and double rooms[ uthor Pred ts
very reasonable. 520 Cheever Ct.
Dial 8356. 88-89-90. Fall Of Commune
FOR RENT-Large front room, priv-
ate bath. Two men students. 238
S. Thayer. Across- from Hill Aud
87-88-89.
FOR RENT-Rooms for several men.
Guaranteed warm, dormitory, hot
water, and parlor conveniences. $600
per semester. Phone Roe 6943. 7:00
to 7:30 P. M. 88-89-90.
FOR RENT-Nice large double front
room. Call 9135 or 537 2nd St.
88-89-90.1
FOR RENT-Large front room, two
blocks from campus, $3.50 each.
Call 3751. 88.
FOR RENT-Comfortable double room
and suite for men. Phone 22352,
425 So. Division. 86-87-88.
FOR RENT-Three room apartment
at 408 E. Jefferson. Call 6375.
88-89..
FOR RENT-One room for a girl in a
family, no other roomers, opportun-.
ity for French conversation if de-
sired. Phone 5495. 88-89-90.
FOR RENT Apartment, also room,
very reasonable. 943 Greenwood.
Phone 3671. 86-87-88.
FoMaxim Gorky, most famous of living
FOR RENT-Front room for one or Russian authors, long a revolutionist
two girls, private family, meals if in spirit, has turned anti-Communist.
desired. Phone 4052. 744 Packard He is convinced, friends say, that the
St. 86-87-88. soviet regine has reached the point
of decline, and speaks very bitterly on
FOR I4ENT-Attractive single room conditions in Russia.
in private home, graduate student
or instructor preferred. Southeast FOR SALE
vicinity. Garage availabe. Call
21678. 86-87-88 FOR SALE-Pair of $10.00 white oak
FOR SALE skies at a bargain. Phone 6510.
FO AE549 Packard. 87488-89.
FOR SALE-A good business proposi-
tion for two students. Am leaving 1 Read the W ant Ads
town. Dial 6472. 88-89-90.
All Wool Pre-Shrunk in Beautiful Fabrics That Will Not Fade.
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
$2350,
Manufactured by
A. NASH & Co.
The Famous Golden Rule Tailors of Cincinnati.
Phone 9736
And ask that a representative of the NASH CO. call upon you to
show samples and styles.
STYLE, FIT, WORKMANSHIP AND WEARING QUALITIES
GUARANTEED.
Some of the best dressed people you meet are wearing Nash clothes.

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FOU RENT
FOR RENT-Two suites and one
large front room, one block from
campus. Call at 533 Church St.
87-90-94.
FOR RENDT'-One suite and one double
room. Shower bath, steam heat,
and dormitory. One block from
Michigan Union. 536 Thompson or
call 6453. 87-88-89.
FOR RENT-Double rooms $65.00 per
semester, single $100.00, hot and
cold water in each room, towels fur-
nished, showers. Phone 9023. 915
Sybil St. Kimbrell or Mrs. Wight-
man. 87-88-89.
FOR RENT-One double and one sin-
gle room on second floor. Desirable
location. 606 E. Catherine. Phone.
7359. 87 88-89.
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room
for 2 men at 533 Thompson, directly
back of the Union, phone 6950.
88-89-90.
FOR RENT-One double front room,
with alcove. Suitable for two or
three students. Reasonable ient.
1710 Geddes. Dial 4707. 88-89-90.

Student Presidents and Stewards come and
go but she's the one who runs "the house"
with particular attention to the table.
She's pledged more freshmen than the
Oldest Living Grad and saved more money
than the Treasurer by pinning her faith
and reputation to
Hot or Cold A11 year round
as a food to build keen brains and sound
bodies for hcr boys (or girls as the case
may be). Shredded Wheat combines all
the elements you need for perfect nutri-
tion, balanced to provide the ideal combi-
nation of salts, bran vitamins and iron to
build good brain, blood and bone.
Meet Mrs. Matron and make your next
7.30 breakfast out of Shredded Wheat.

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