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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DATLY

16 AW v 411 AN

If1 you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmi-
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
will be charged.
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
classify all want ads under appropriate head.
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable
copy.
This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced-
ing publication. Xotiee of any error must be
given' in time. for the second insertion,
CASH RATES
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
five average Words to the line) for one or two
insertions.
Nine cents per reading line for three or more!
insertions.
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office
in The Prss Buildinig on Maynard Street.
a CONTRACT RATES
Special standardized rates given on applica-
LOST
LOST-A pair of brown bow glasses
between Ferry school and Seneca'
St. Phone 7330. 35.
LOSS'-Bronze mile rehgy medal.
Finder call 6648. 35-36-37.
LOST-Fraternity pin, letters ?. B T,
initials W. J,. C. -Call 6956. Re-
ward. 34-35-36.-
LOPT-Large Duofold fountainN. pen.
Return to 427 Cross St. Dial 21145.
35-i~l
FOUJND
FOUND-Fountain pen at Union. Call
Reid, 9143 at 7:30 a. m. or 11 p. m.
Read the Want Ads'

NOTICE GET YOUR Victor Record of " Vic-
tors"1 "Yellow and Blue" by Univ. of-

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WANTED

F'OUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING j VMichl Band. at- H EAR "Always" on Victor Record, as TYPEI WJUTERS WANTEL- FOR RENT-A large student home, 8
- Sclhaeberle & Son Music House, a waltz, fox trot or vocal number at Rebuit and second hand of all makes A Good Leitz Microscope year lease, filled with students, will
Whnyurpnfal o okprp10 .MinStf. Sehaeberle & Son Hfuskc House,tf bought, sold, rented, exchanged, (all 5250, Sunday.,35j sell complete furnishing to home 30
erly, remember that Rider's Pen Shop, 110 S. Main St. claereardanfeult.ag boys. Also dining room outfit, eight
beas fiscmlt qimn LAIGDr amnsgather1 est stock and best service depart. WANTED-A Few m~oe boardes~ hole Garland gas range, large me-
hacked by real Pen Makers service, is the same soil that shows on light PERPETUAL CALENDAR-A magne-; ment in Ann Arbor. b()IDC cooking 143 Washtenaw{ frigerator, etc. Income $700 a
the logical place to have it corrected. ones-$3.50 for $5.00 in work at tic arrow finds the day of the week; v.Poe619 otHuefle nsme u
Eeypen we repair, regardless of Chemical Cleaners, 426 Thompson, for any date. Send 25c ($1 for 5) 1,.D ORIL n hn 619 o rnt.touseyildndsumrgut
lmake, receives the same skillful at- Dial 6898. E. 0. D. tf. for this device together with the 11 17 Nickels Arcade, Price for all $2,900. Dial 6292.
tention andi all work is guaranteed. I( mathematical formula upon which The Typewriter & Stationery Store' 32-34-3.
No waiting to have it sent to the fac-jFn utmtiordcohs n it is based and rule for calculating Deaer: L. C. Smith & Corona pdliancs in Ann rbr. art or ___________________
Fiecutm aloeallhein t 1 tie. IDial 659.' 122 E Wash-1
ftory or what is worse, chance of in-: dividual fit, best workmanship, cor-i results mentally. A. C. Washlburne, I ;nton. 36. FOR RENT-Very attractive double
jury from inexperiencedl workman-. rest style, suit $35.00 and up. Albert Phctsfeld, Massachusetts. Wed-tf. - - -ooe atr al om ta et frpae 2
'ship. Cansle, 118 E. Washington. tf TYP'ING WANTED - fheses, theme, (NE-Clr~ aies l Monroe. Dial 4546. 34-35-36.
Tld imenShur. u.pf NOTIICE-The Arbor Fountain ser-1 papers, notes, etc., neatly, accurate- 211.5-67 FR EN Funse flyori
Tues., hur"PSu.Atf.yes the best lunches in town. Tryt ily and promptly typed. (Call Mrs. ___________________ partOhREeT-Fros.e rydesile
who~~ arc or , them at313 State St. 31-33-35. Eglhadt Dial 7275. e o. dtf WNE- e eit0 pfl-V O~prmnh 05Da
wothhie id ony---_______________________1 Buy your fountain pen ink at Rider's iPure wool. Hand Tailored. WANTED-College girls to assist in O RENT-3 furnished rooms for
READ) THIS j Pen Shop and you will get REAL ink, I ALBERT (MN SL Es, 118 E. Wavhngton m eln (uigfO~lhus light housekeeping. 1011 Bath.
We are a wide afwake organization NOIEMl(ilsle ece n fresh ink. Ink that fixes itself in the 133-351 meitl tofc ero n Rent reasonable, dial 5696.
an1 w a tt e p r i e s r i e f soloist, thirty years experience I ifmmoor. elMa & o.ice r-ar-f32n
l odme whig hearti e rakeson Mandolin, banjo, guitar, and chord paper and wont fade or entirely di-; tj.foor.___ack_&__C_._ ___34__35_36.
smhihgaewieaaeyug!appear after it has set when moisture';--- -
man. construction. Telephone 4757. i's applied. Ink substitutes are ang- ODwmncok(hI)fr FOR RENT-Back from1 campus, light
Ousi o elett rpdln _________Wed,, Fri., Sun., tf. i ODwmnco wie o
Ourint__relstteoredli!erous and spoil your pens. MUtS('LE SHOALS IN ACTPION Juyad AgsIr~ ml housekeeping room;,, well furnished.
proposition bit an opportunity of real RVcen Iikht saseilylID)ER'S PEN SHOP borin isea Hgisae Dial 22151. 34-35-3 6.
merit, worthy of your prompt Invest!i Ihave yours madle like new beforePe and Ink Specialists 315 S. State, 'NEW 11 11zEi-EL L M Good pay. Also a good !roman fort
gation.,.. Tu. Th, Sun.-tf.dingro.Pes reatnc FOR RENT-Nicely furnished 3 room
Wrt o-a n tl s fyusefl4at.S~~ilSr~e~~~dit!CABR FCM EREiL to Mrs. E. Chaney, 97 P'ilgrimn Ave., modern apartment, fist foor. 100.
in detail. We will promptly arrange 1', 11 !ION AT 1$01I, NOTICE-Let us do your Easter! ; HighlandlPak I:to . 3-" b6-3 Pcad vial pi s.Pa
nmutually agreeable appointments., ~;1 asigo cleaning early. $3.50 for $500 in TUESCDA, MARCH :30, 8 P. )L. 21264. 34-35-36.
Address Box 70. Michigan Daily work. The Doe Wah Jack Chem- -
Arnold's State St. Jeweler ical Cleaners. Dial 5898.1 PUBLIC INVITED WANTED--Two boys to work for their
room. In' one of the nicest hoes 1i FOR? RENT-2 room first floor apart-
TAILORING!( Is now carrying a complete line of ! 30-32-35 tf. n h ct,,37Tomsn Iil met. Furnished, hot, cold and soft~
Suits $38 - $45 Extra trousers fountain pens-all makes, all pricesi ADMISSION FREE 20 33 water, gas stove. Rent reasonable,
Knickers $10. All custom tailored Whatever type you may neede come in TYPEWRITING & MMEOORAPINGI_________________ I for rest of school ya. 12
Ftgaateand see us, we can. satisfy yoarmpl nd neatly done by compe7 l_________________ WANTED -(Jn~ro Iotrwr VaughnS.Da 57. 3-53
FiT. t 0guarateedSou.ropty _______Janitor_______or __port____r___work__
r.'' )VAii~S nv Arntolds State St. Jeweler tent operators at moderate rates, wanted by experieked man. Phone],
33-:15-37., 302 S. State St. tf. College work a specialty for seven- WANTED FO28. 43-3 ~R RENT-Very pleasant front suite
A. NASA CO, %Golden !tle Tailors! teen years. - __- for two girls. 432 Maynard. Dial
PRESSINGi-U~nquestionably the best Spring Suits and Topcoats ! 0. D. MORRILL.,( WA NTE D-Two boys to work for their - 21308.345-6
pressing service in town. Try us $23.00 17 Nickels Arcade, room. In one of the nicest homes' A dXT~,.I A dl1~~~ LSITD N
once. Cheer-Up Wahl, 328 So. Main.! Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed The Typewriter & Stationery Store in the city, 337 Thompson. Dial Rxead Lthe ;W at Ad!CIITlL CLSIFESO
tf; Dial 6746 or 9736 tf. tf. 6292. 36., PAGE S.

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A ]PICTURE YOU COULD LAUGH CONTINUOUSLY
AT! 'JUS'T SUCH' .A COMEDY AS THIS ONE!

The story of a roughl-neck and a sape
who fought the 'whole German Army for
a. girl. With thme most c'omical musk~'t-
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Written by Hugh Wiley, creator of the famous
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Ill adamoiselles, W'ine, Bully Beef,
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Stage Presentation,-
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Scintillating, Entrancing Mfusical _Melange from the Old World
"CARNIVAL OF VENICE"9
Depicting a Night of - Mardi Gras
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Wi1th Signor Pietro, Peggy Hanlon, Viile. Virgil, lDonatella Bros.,
lRoimeo, the, Saxapimonist

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