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TuriEsDAY, PEB~tUARY 23, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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After a ong searceh
the old Ad Taker
returns tothe
Daily
Lost Two Years Ago in the List
of Ineligibles
TWO years ago Jimmie strayed
from the beaten track-and ┬░enroll-
ed himself with the ineligibles.
Uncle Amos came to the res-..
cue and for a time functioned
well but his old age and the stiff
strain of taking care of ''all the
wants of a great student body
and of a most important towns-
population4 was too much for his
wearied old joints. So the old
man was put away in the mauso-
leum of unknown ad getters or in
the morgue as newspaper men
would say.
Immediately . a great search
started toy find the lost Jimmie.
Detectives were even employed
but with little avail.
Last Christmas time a member
of the Daily staff stopped: with
some friends in Chicago. One
afternoon he wandered through
the Bohemian quarter on the
near North Side and into the
"Dill Pickle Club." Hardly had
he stepped into the quaint old
place when his, eyes fell upon
"Jimmie." It was a peculiar
sight to see him in the midst of
notable radicals and leading in
the discussion.
Well, 'to cut the story short,
"Jimmie" was persuaded to retu.rn
to his 'old place on the "Daily,"
and thus we present him to you.

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Statement of Circulation
February 17, 1926
Local;
Paid, Students and Townspeople 2,941
Paid, Fadtyr 725
Paid, News Stand 92
Complimentary 216

Jimmie
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has set it upon himself to
great campaign and help

His service implies
every litate help
to everyone in
Ann Arbor
Here in Ann Arbor there are
a lot of services to perform and

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Rep. A. H. Vestal, Ind, (left), and Rep. C. J. McLeod, Mich., new Re-
publican "whips" in tale I-ouse, are oiling the mnachinery for quick and sure
action in that wing on legislation the President andl the p~arty want to
put through. McLeod, 29, is the youngest man ever to be made a party
"whip.
The ticip n ail < I NICE:
youar atelphucstl)Sri~e cal imieNOTICE---Medical students supplies,
the .Ad-tak1er, D ial z1 T4, acrd )your want adl Microscopes, Haemacytometers, and
will be charged. Stethoscopes, etc. See us before'
The I ichigan I Daily reserves the right to
classify all want ads under appropriate head-1 buying. We will save you money.
ings aand to revise' or withhold objectionable Phone orders will be,(delivered
This column doses at 3 P. Ml. date preced- poplMcia ilgclSp
ing pub~lication. Notice of any error must be ply Co., Corner William and 2nd Sts.
given in time for the secondl insertion. Phone '7191.' 6.
CASH, RATES
Ten cents per reading line (on the lbasis of 1I~Y
six average w ords to the line) for one or two ASIN
insertions.
Nine cents perC reading line for three or more Washing and ironing to (d0 at home.
in Csh tols. I Mrs. Van Fleech, 444 5th St. Dial 7109.
C'ash classifieds reeeivetl at tie Daily offiee
in The Press Building on Miaynard Street.. 6-7-b.
CONTRACT RATES
S~'ecial standardlized Jrates given on applica- XPEN REPAIING~
t ion. ____________________________________
LOST Your fountain pen is a delicate in-;
strument. Let no tinker work on it.
LOST-Phi Gamma Delta pin. Namie Rider's Pen Shop has the parts, ma-
on ,back. Please call 6017. 6-7-3 chinery and skill to do it right. It
________________costs no more. Quick service. 315 S.
LOSTAn . T O.fraernty inI State St. Tues, T7hurs, Sun. tf.
tials R. M. P. on brack. Call 8327. -1 ~ WNE
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LOST-Girls' white gold ring with HIELP W ANTIED- TDay work for men
Isetting, possibly in Jyaterman Gym. and Women-W4aslitenaw E+mploy-
Liberal reward. Phlono x993. ;ment Agency, 224 Detroit ,St.,

Counter 'Sales and Office Files
Papers printed Feb. 117;,11926.-
Net paid- Circulation
Complimentary and Office

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4,273
327

5-G-7.7
NOTICEI
NOTICE-If you have had typewriterI
repair or selling experien~ce, I have
.a message worth MONEY to YOU.I
Sales manager, 503 Dwight Bldg.,
Jackson, Mich. 3-4-5-6.
WHEN ITS any thing in Music or
Musical Instruments see Schaeberle

IfEl. PWANTED-Typist to work lialf
days, either morninxgs or afternoons.
Apply a once. Michigan Biological
ISupply Co., Corner Williams, hnd
iSecond Sts. 6-7-3.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT--One block from campus,
11 double front room, well furnished
.and warmi. Second floor,."$3 each

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4,600
The )'ichigan Daily Has Ober
20,000 Readers Every Day
A large portion of the Daily circulation goes to Fraternities, Soror-
ities, League Houses, Dormitories and House Clubs where there are five or
more readers for each paper. For this reason the circulation figures are not
an accurate gauge "in estimating the field that the Daily covers.

Sketich of Jimmie at the M. C.
Station Here

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old Ann Arbor in taking care of
one of these services.
That service is supplying wants.
He, is going to go into every house
on the University side of Main
street and into a great many on
the west side of that famous thor-
oughfare and find something that
someone has and wants to sell,

& Son, 110 S. Main St. tf. boy. 320 Thlonmpson, Phone 3292.Wa
FOlJNTMX PEN I!INK
FO ETLrefrihdroBuy your fountain pen ink at C'ider's, for one or two p~ersons. Dial 9135.'
Yeni Shop and you will "get R~EALJ ink, Reasonable. 6-7-.
fresh ink. Ink that fixes itself in the
paper and won't fadie or entirely dis- ! FOR RENT-2 apts, 1;2 block from
appear after it has set when moisture( campus. Tphree roomus furnished,
is applied. Ink substitutes are dar~g- Four rooms unfurnished. Both with
erous and spoil your pens. private bath. Dial 5779.
RI I IIF PN SHOP 5-6-7-6-9-10.
P en and Ink Specilist~s 31 S. State
- IFOR DENT-Microscopes; Michigan
TYPE WRITERIS , Biological Supply Co., Corner Wil-
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes liams an(d Second Sts. 6-7-8.
bought, sold,' rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg- FOR RENT-C('amputs (one block), ten
est stock and best service depart- room house, newly decorated, mod-'
ment in Ann Arbor. ern. Phonec 7022. 4-5-6-7-8-9.
0. D. MORRILL, -"- "
17 Nickels Arcade, FOR SALE
The Typewriter & Stationery Store!
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona !FOR SALE-Underwood typewriter,
t. $40, modern model. Mr. Vanderlip,
~614 Monroe St. 56
Arnold's State St. J'eweler
is now carrying a complete line ofI
fountain pens-all makes, all priceJ.
Whatever type you may need, come in The Leading
and see us, we can satisfy you. 4 STUDENTArodSteStJwlrTO R
302 S. State St. tf. j1t Europe
A 77 Ex--enses _ Afloat - A - Asor

Old Timers remember him
from his old position and how
well he helped folks find what
they wanted. Today he is more
active and more mature than
ever, so in the next few months
Jimmie's column is 'bound to as-
sume huge proportions.
Jimmie in the Bohemian Quarter

"~Theyrnmalie fan _o' -the'
what tries blowin' outto
has 3ight before goixe to bed.
But "I' a-thin] n' that bird.
has lirst as =mich b'rains as
the fella who says he can. ran
his business withotAciverisin'

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trade or dispose.

going into another house in the
same locality and find someone
who wants to buy, trade, or take
something from someone-But-
The big but-he wants your
help, too. He wants you to call
21214 and tell him your want-
and for a small percentage of the
gain to you will satisfy that want.

Then he is

TYPEWRITING & M1IIEOGRAPIIING
Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
teen years.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
tf.
TRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water'j
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.
Special prices on all appointments.
Trojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1110 S.
University, side entrance. Phoned
5535. tu, th, sat.-tf.

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someone on State street, Main
street, or any street in Ann Arbor
who has something you want and
is willing to sell. Remember,
when such a time comes don't fail

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