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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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~ T SIE 0~ [ r' S iecial Passover meals will be s NOTICE u ---____-NOTICE___
Services lr the 1_rst t\po bights Is t a.5 i t t£rZb A Z l1r 1t 11 t t 9 ' LOST-Small pin shaped like Greek: TYEW~ITIG & 31MEOGRAPH~lING
willbe endctedb)'Dr.Chares 1'.letter Phli. Set with pearls. Rle? 'ron-ptlv and neatly done by compe-
CHIMONIIS 1'l~~argold and will 1)egin promptly at! i you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie trn to SeC''s ofie or 7419 Tappan. I tent ~peators at mode(1rate ate. 3
PBJII LJIII~U;:~o~oi.~the AdTaker, Dial z2124, and your want ad Dial 3542. 3233-s4. Cllege work a specialty for Reen-
DiBeth Israel congregation o l rvso emdrsrain ut1c iyMchageDi eeraporit to - - teen years.
:;t..ig alArbor, in co-operation with R3abbi A. be ecured at- ono(eby iv 'llifl2 co)py and o revse or withhold objectionable, LOST-A topazsetting ap.r ,a ring 0.de O D. MOrcILL
M. Hershman of Shaarey Zedek syna-i Zwerdling at 8507. smweeo h anm.Fne 17 Nickels Arade
J h s column coes at 3 P. 3f.(ate preed ±3-23 The Typewriter & Stigpbcationery Stire
gogue, Detroit, is giving all Jewish ______g______ivn pi1tie. fortie o n l~'fis e llaecl 2
students on the campus the oppor-gieniSHim fRAThE Sdieront.
Patronize Daly Advertisers.CAHRTE NOTICE
tunity to observe the Passover this; Ten cents per reaing line (on the basis of '_________________________TYER ITERS
fiaverage words to the line) for one or two
!Inertionls. YOU MEN Rebuilt and second hand of all Makes
A T T 1 E TIL 13A T 1 II ine ,irets per reading line for three or more who are working your way throuh buhslrneecagd
Ii f Cash classifieds received at the Daily office Michigan, orwown~ ocn oi cleaned, repaired ad rebuilt. Larg-
Toa-cre l iemoeI- est stock an(I best service depart-
Today-Screen RlDePesBuligo ~AErStre. I otwhl id toey--ment in Ann Arbor.
1iKae" ott"wthrlyO- iSpca standardized rates given on applis- READ) TIlS0. D. MORIL,
.c t'Rah.-_____________ We are a wide awake organization! 17 Nickels Arcade,
T yaanmD L - and we want the part time services ofj The Typewriter & Stationery Store

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These include selections from Ayres & Smith, Ltd.,
of London.

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Priced, $2.50 to $3.50
The Sock King
SOUTH UNIV. SHOP

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"Thbe Frs'Ya."$2 so me high grade, wide awake young' Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
LOST-Le Boeuf fountain peCn, name man. t
"Combat," with house Ours is not a real estate or peddling - -~
engraved on barrel, lost Tuesday. proposition but an opportunity of real FOUNTAI-N PEN REPAIRING
_______Roberta WGilson, 943,3. 32.j merit, worthy of your prompt investi- --______ _______
To ySag( gation.! When your pen fails to work prop-
i 'LOST-Gold fountain pen. Initials. Wietdaantlluofyrsfery, remember that Rider's Pen Shop
Detroit)-"What Price L.K Cl 21225.301-2r in detail. We will promptly arrange because of its complete equipment
M I K. all ~0-3-32mutually agreeable appointments, backed by real Pen ,:ekers service,,is
LOTStudy gass1ncs AddIress Box 70, Michigan Daily j the logical place to hiave it corrected.
1 ; OST-atudayglases n cae 1Every pen we repair, regardless of
Plyhuso(etoi) with the name Prange, Optometrist; BETSY ROSS SiI{~i'snake, receives the slme skillful at-
Kalamazoo. Dial 7640. 30-31-32. serves delicious salads, frappes, tention and all work is guaranteed.
*oit (Detroit) -"The- porfaits, sundlaes and sodlas No waiting to have it sent to the fac-
fUs," with Frances( LOST-A pair of shell-rimmed glasses TRIIY THEM! tory or what is worse, chance of in-
on Dvison o Jefersn Ss, Dal 0-32-34. jury from inexperienced workman-
_____ 22246. M. Flinn. 32. ship.
11___FF1T T fl S0 il.'t, Pon .han

Hats Blocked
and
Cleaned

TheyLove I
The, NewU
DEL
K.. ICE CREAM
ATriumph In Quality
..Factory Choice of ~":.
Q Thousands of folks are enthusias-
tically praising this wonderful new
creation. Treat your family tonight-
Know how fine ice cream can be.
*Your ____ 'Dealer
SArctic Dairy Products Company
MICHIG.AN

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We (10 the same quality of work
that others (10 for higher prices.
We constantly strive to give
satisfactory work.

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Ann Arbor Shop
"Close to the Campus.
625 East Liberty
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Let The Daily sell it for you tbru
tne Classified columns.-Adv.L

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Green Tree Inn
Luncheon - - 11:30--1 :30 '.
Dinner - - - 5:30--7:00
Special Parties by Ar'rangementf
Phone 9646 205 S. State
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Don't Miss This
Suits $38-Extra trousers $45
Guaranteed to fit
Custom made knickers $10
C. 'T DOIKAS, 1819 S. Univ..
26-27-28-30-32-34-36 38 39
NOTICE-Hats cleaned, shoes repair-
ed. Absolutely the most satisfac-
tory work in town. Pay us a visit.
WVashington Shop, 106 E. Washington
eod-tf.
NOTIICE-The Arbor Fountain ser-
ves the best lunches in town. Try
them at 313 State St. 31-33-35.
.1JOE PARKER'S CAFE
Dancing every night during supper
from 6:30 to 8:00
Private parties our speciltiy.
E. 0. 1). tU.
We pay'higlhest, prices for
men's used Clothing, Call 80.10
STUDENTS TAILOR SHOP
Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer
Tues,,Thur., Fri., tf.
PRESSING-Unquestionably the best
pressing service in town. Try us
once. Cheer-Up Wahl, 328 So. Main.I
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Turds., Thur., Sun. tf.
ITA'NT U
WANTED-Three c:xp.!erienced I-Vigli
Grade Shoe, Salesman. Those who
know lwow to fit 1d Sell shoes, in-
telligen tl y, to worN~! Satuirdays and
Holidays. Work <111 year round re-
gardless of' weatl hpr conditions.
Apply or write imjhegliately eIo
L. Kl1ein, 1275 Woodwa d.d Ave.,
Ames Co. Shoe Deot., Detroit, Mich.
32-33-34.
WANTED-College girls to assist in
selling during nooni hours. Apply
immediately at oice~ rear of 2nd
ffloor. Mack & Co. tf.
WANTED-Student to open store
mornings 7-9. Also work Sunday
7 a. mn. to 9 p. in. .Blue Pront'",Cigar
Store, corner of State and Packard.
31-32.

Just Published-
These SayingsOf Me
An Interpretation of the Teachings of Jesus
By LLOYD C. DOUGLAS
$1.50
HR'S BO OKSTORE

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Fine custom tailored clothes, in-1_
dividual fit, best workmanship, cor-
rect style, suit $35.00 and up. Albert
Gansle, 118 E. Washington.tf
TRY 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.
NOTICE-Let us do your Easter
cleaning early. $3.50 for $5.00 in
work. The Doe Wah Jack Chem- -
ical Cleaners. Dial 5898.I
30-32-35. tf.
Arnold's State St. Jeweler
Is now carrying a complete line of
fountain pens-all makes, all prices.7
Whatever type you may need, come in
and see us, we can satisfy you.
Arnolds State St. Jeweler
302 S. State St. tf.
A. NAShi CO., Golden Rule Tailors
Spring Suits and Topcoats
$23.00
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed

WANTED-College. men to repre-
sent well known company, largest
of its; kind. Earn all your College
expenses (luring summer vacation.
See B. S. Hagar, Room 407, Mich..
Union. NOW. Afternoons and
evenings. 32-33-34.
FOR IDENT-
FOR RENT-A large student home, 8-
year lease, filled with students, will
sell complete furnishing to home 30
b)oys. Also dining room outfit,-eight
hole Garland gas range, large re-
f rigerator, etc. Income $700 a
month. Ho use filled in summer but
no rent to y in July andi August.
Price for all $2,900. Dial 6292.
* 32-34-35.
FOR RENT--One single room, clean
and warm. 516 Creever Court. Be-
hind the Union. Dial 7073.
/ 29-30-31.
FOR RENT-Ten room house, newly
decorated, modern, rent reasonable.
Block from campus. Dial 7022.
28-29-30-31-32-33.
FOR RENT-Furnished or partly fur-
ni shed apartment, light housekeep-
ing, private bath, steam heat. 1033
Packard. Dial 5754.
28-29-30-31-32-33.
FOR SAIE

This pen
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THE fact that a 74e
Swan Pen prob-
ably signed the , ;
Treaty of Ver-
sailles isn't a
reason why you
:should own one. It wasn't
so much of a Treaty at that.
Nor is it so important
'(though it's true) that the
Izaut monde of Europe has
been unwilling, these last 50
years, to appear with any pen
but a Swan. Likewise the
fact that Oxford and Cam-
bridge men would sniff (and
believe us, those boys are ex-
pert sniff ers) at any other pen.
But the reason for this
;popularity constitutes a good
reason why you should own a
Swan!I And that reason is
simple, but. sort of impres-

in it has
sive. It is this :
The Swan Eter-
-- nal Pen is thet
finest fountain
pen ever made.
It has none of
. the faults of
ordinary pens. It doesn't
have to be shaken down in
order to persuade it to write.
It drpesn't clog. It doesn't
blot. It doesn't flow unevenly.
It is, on the contrary, in-
stantly responsive, smooth
and sensitive.
Ask any dealer to show,
you the fine oversized Swan
Eternal Pen illustrated.s Its
price is $7. A still larger
size is $9; a smaller size $5.
Take your own choice as to
color and style of point.
Mabie Todd & Co., expert
pen makers since 1$843.

and pack it
'with good old,
P. A.

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Dial 6746 or 9736

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HEAR ".Always" on Victor Record by
George Olson .and his music at-
a Scliaeberle & Son M~usic House tf.
VICTOR Single Face Red Seal Rec-
ords, 3-10 in. records for $1.00; 2-12
inch records for $1.00 at Schaeberlel
& Son Music House, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
LEAVE your order now for the new
Victor Record played by the Univ.
of Mich. Band at Schaeberle and
Son Music House, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
NOTICE-Will share pleasant apart-
ment with one or two university
students or business girls. 5938.
30-31-32
j FOUNTAIN PEN INK

FOR SALE-Frontenac over-head
valves. Brand new. A real buy.
lPhone 6464. Ask for Riley. 32.
FOR SALE-Radio 5 tube set, coast-to-
coast reception. Good tone and
Volume. Phone 6464. Ask for
Riley. 32
FOR SALE-Two, Islands on Georgian
fBay, motor boat, new log cabin,
$1,000. Phone 3891. J. E. Maddy,
1918 Berkshire Road. Phone889l.
31-32-33
FOR SALE-Copyright of a Book good
for the movies, good for $20,000 to
someone, low price made will sell
it quick, 337 Thompson.
31-32-34-35.

TALK about "alliteration's artful aid" . .. tl
printer certainly raided the "p" box that tri
But let that go! The advice is just as serious at
sound as though it were couched in the caref

diction of an English prof.
Just get yourself a jimmy-pipe and fill the
bowl, to the brim with Prince Albert. Light up,
and let the first fragrant whiff tell you that no

Buy your fountain pen ink at Rider's FRSL-od.
IPen Shop and you will get REAL ink, F ooSLEodn
'fresh ink. Ink that fixes itself in the od odiin
paper and won't fade or entirely dis-
appear after it has set when moisture I FOR SALEStutz
is applied. Ink substitutes are dang- four" new tires,
erous and spoil your pens. two exhaust whi
RIDER'S PEN SHIOP special body an
Pen and Ink Specialists 315 S. State running condition
Tu, Th, Sun.-tf. Eiszner.

Touring, model 1921
$50. Dial 6957. tf.
Bearcat, $200.00,
three spot lights,
istles, bosch horn,
,d fenders, good
w. Dial 8956. Van
30-31-32,

other tobacco is like P. A.-or can be! Cool
and sweet and-fragrant, P. A. has everything a
fellow ever wished for in a smoke.
P. A. can't bite your tongue or parch your
throat. The Prince Albert process settled that
in P. A.'s freshman year. Get yourself a tidy
red tin of Prince Albert today. The first load-up
will tell you why pipes are so fashionable among
young men today.

P. A. is sold ever ywhere ins
tidy red tins, pound and hal-
pound tin humidors, and
pound crystal -glass humid ors
with sponge-.moistener top.
And always with every bit of
bite and parch removed by
the Prince Albert process.

NOTICE-Wednesday, February 17,
about 11 p. im. at the corner of State;
and Williams Sts., Dr. T. S. Lang-1
ford was struck by an automobile.j
Sever'al people waiting for the butsI
were witnesses. Dr. Langford will
appreciate it if anyone who saw the
accident will telephone him. Dial
4951. 31-32-33.

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