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TUE~SDAY, FEB3RUARY 16, 1926

T~lE Mi,'iIHIGAN DAILY

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CLOSES LASSIFI
ATs . ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

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LOST NOTICE
LOST-Onq ski, mahogany color, 7 1-2 Arnl~d's State St. Jeweler
ft. long, strand makte. Finder please is fnow carrying a complete line of
call 6292 and ask for H. Krave. fountain pens-all makes, ail prices.;
98-99-0 Whatever type you may need, comle inl
--- and see us, we can, satisfy you.
sistepin Arnolds State St. Jeweler
LOST-Theta Chiifraternity 1302sSeStateSt. tf
inscribed with name G. Reid, Delta 132S tt t
'2.Call Walthour, 3818. 98-99-0 IYERTN IE~A'IN
LO$T-During M-op week end, over-I Promptly and neatly done by compe-
coat. Finder please call 4917. tent operators at moderate rates.
'..99-0-1 College work a specialty for seven-
______ ________- -- teen years.
NOTICE O,0. D. MORRILL,
ANIVRAR EE a lsn!Te 17 Nickels Arcade,r
ANIESRGEK a lo h Typewriter & StationeryStr
Beauty Shop. Starting January 18.AU
Shampoo and Marcel, $1.50 with a PE It';1ItIi W
lemon rinse tree. Mlarcel 75 cents. your fountain~ pen is a (lli:att 111-
Elson Beauty Shop, strulnent. Let no tinker work on it.
321 S. Main, Phone 4404. Rider's Pen Shop has the parts, ma-
___________________________ chinery and skill to do it right. It;
FOR ALI1Olt ENTcosts no more. Quick service. 315'
FOR raL~rit, rNT agjeS. State* St. 99-0-2
FraternityS6r.,o Lau
Liyr Fra te .1 is vnlocated ptwo' Friday. You'll always find thelat-
blocks from campus on Hill St. see-1 est anid best on Victor Records.I
tion, 17 r6dins, dorito~ry, two show- Scbaeberle & Son, 110 S. Main St.
ers, large living, dining room and t .

1'0141RENT
['O it I, ,1:,N'z )esra ble single room,
l eiehron St., 1 1-2 b)locks
\VcSI 1t ( of ti . ell lighted andl
ItORlt i'ixrr c e site' of 4 rooms,
Est ablislied general practitioner for
1ell yoars'. :Dentist and eye, ear,
nose aui iroat man already. in the
buildin. Dr. W. J. Voorheis, 10619
EJefferson, Detroit, Mich 93-99-0
FOltRTE<NT--One block from campus,
t,,o doub~le rooms, onl second floor,1
comlpletely furnished, with beds to
suit. Gooud and warm. Dial 3292
or~ call 8,20 Thompson. 99-0-1
FOR SALE.

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A ANIN9i> I _ -: sI inent, :teadly work1
Mln., Wed., etc. l4'cCI'ae, 3701, Pox
r Q 1)ail",. 99-4-1-2-:

All Expenses Afloat and Ashore
$290 Up
T RAVEL Student fashion, with us,
the only organizaition hayving the
entire Tourist Ill Class of two Occan
Liners reserved exclusiv ely. Find out
the m~ason. Our greatest Student Sail-
ings,' with special orchestras and enter-
tainments:
S. S. ANDANIA........June 30
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toBiih Isles, otiet, Egypt,
ot Afloat and ashore, llaranents
remde accordigt hnelligent
deanzd of the yot ftday.
Suents Trvl Club
14Bradway New York

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WANTED- -OrIgan1izer
Marks, 915 Sybil.

for F:ii'o1)emn

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WANTJ,'E)--Jiidividlu;!N who should
like to earn a good coinmis';ion so-
licu itg orders for Encyclopaedia
Bril annica, comunicjate with.
travel goups. Call 22251. 9-1.
WANti'':})- l~le<.ass orgadual(,
girls to ('at with small group at S816
East Washing-toni St.. 9s-!Y-0-11
FOR RENT

F011% S!UN-- (as range suitable for
'restaurant or fraternity use, 8
burniers andc 4 ovens. Call 7117 or
1204 Hill.,9--
F i' OPS 1 iE To{U99 0-

S tetson hats are made of the
finest furs, fashioned into smart
shapes by experts.
~STETSQN HATS
StyJc~d for young mene

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An instru'tctor' who has spent many
ye,,tr alii'ail is organizing a vacation-
t0ou1 to Eur'ope, Write for information 'Read. the
to Box 59 at Daily 0.

Want Ads;

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FOR RENT---Single room, with steam
heat. 413 S. D~ivision, 9s-9'.-0
FOR RE±NT--Sinigle room 10)30 Church
Call 22230. 99-0-1-2 1
FOR RENT-One single room. Reas-
onable. Dial 2232 or call n t 1.;. 9

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$35

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lot. Rieasonable in price with. small
payment 'down. -Call 3224.
98-99-0-1-2-3

WHjIEN ITS' any thing tonAMusic or
Musical Instruments' see Schaeberle
&Son, "f10 S. Main St. tt.

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TRY OUR Beauty Parlor.aRain Water1 liv11 ot F0-1-2.
T Y O R B a t Pa l r R a n W t ri D v s o.Sa p o fa e a d s a p t e t e t --- --Special prices on all appointm ents. , VO l R EN T- Four r'oo m i a p~artnment, 2
Trojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1110 S. ' llock,,. south of campus. Call 7233.
University, side entrance. Phone 0-1- 2.
$535. tu, th, sat.-tf.{
FOR RENT-One block from campus,
'VlWANTED 1 single an(d 1 dole r)I 1ooln, well
furnished, warms, well lighted, beds
WANTED-Work wanted for mien and Ito suit. Cheap. Phone 3292. 320
women, Washtenaw Emplomoent ; 'Thompson St. 0-1-2.

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.FOUNTAIN PEN INKE
B3uy your fountain penl ink at Rider's
Pena Sh~op and yod will ket REAL ink,
fresh ink. Ink that fixes itself in the
paper andi. won't fade or entirely dis-
appear after it has set when moisture
is applied. Ink substitutes are dang-1
Brous and spoil your pens.1
RIDER'S PEN SHOP'
Pei and Ink Specialists 315i S. StateI
TYPEWRITERS
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and bests service depart-
ment in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRILiL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store'
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
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TAILORED TO ORDER CLOTHES
F. W. GROSS
309 S. Main St.

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