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October 15, 1933 - Image 4

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Editor's note: This is the second in a series LOST NOTICE
of Hopwood Poetry selections to appear in CLASSIFIEDLl
The Daily on successive Sundays. Reviews LOST at game-Lady's camel hair INSTRUCTION in pri
of the poetry of the preceding Sunday will ADVERTISING coat-reward. Call Box 12, Michi- and Hawaiian metl
be printed each Tuesday. gan Daily. 21214. 108 guitar. Call 9450. 6:0(
Place advertisements with Classified Lewis Lloyd.
Advertising Department. 'Phone 2-1214. AT STATE GAME: Wristwatch with
i The classified columns close at five
THREE POEMS 'clock previous to day of insertion. Bob Hill, Chi Pi on back. Reward. NOTICE - Eleanor's
by HERMIONE RIPMAN exra charge.s may be secured at no 620 S. State. 104 Shop. 302 S. State
Cash in advance-Ilc per reading line Coats, suits and dres&
(on basis of five average words to LOST: Fraternity pin, set with em- remodeled. Prices rea
Td"line) for one or two insertions. erald and pearls. Reward. Box 10,
The Hundred Sheaves 1Michiganin Daily.thee r or
Ser t ading line for three or more Michigan Daily 94 STUDENTS-Half soles
Black they stood in the still twilight- Minimum 3 lines per insertion. from 45c pair up. Har
a hundred sheaves of rye- Telephone rate-15c per reading line LAUNDRY to your measure, fron
for one or two insertions.
while a single star shbne pale and bright 14c per reading line for three or more LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned. W. Clark, shoe man
'in the pale, unclouded sky, insertions. Forest.
10% discount if paid within ten days Careful work at low price. 4x Fres_.
Like a hundred women they waited there, from the date of last insertion.
old and wearyandStillMinimum three lines per insertion. WE DO your laundry work for one- TAXI-Phone 900., Se
old nd wary nd sillBy contract, per line-2 lines daily, one
peering into the darkening air. month..........................c half the usual price. Phone 2-3739. cars. Only standard r
4tines E. . D., 2 months...... ,....3c LIEBx Sshmooa
Then the wind passed over the hill 2 lines daily, college year.......7c LIRETTE'S shapoo an
and made them sigh, as if hope had fled, 4 lines E. 0 Dcollege year. 7 HOME hand laundry. Special. shirts 75c every day. Dial 3
"10 lines used as desired ......9
lost in the lingering light, 300 lines used as desired.......sc beautifully finished, 13c. Phone
each of them bowing her weary head. 1 l0ines used as desired.......47c x DETROIT school teach
ecofteboighrwayha.2,000 lines used as desired ........ 6c 8894. 7 Kalamazoo each Pride
"Oh that the day were done," they said, The above rates are per reading line,
" based on eight reading lines per inch. STUDENT and Family Laundry. Sunday. Would like
"We have waited too long for night." Ionic type, upper and lower case. Add {God soft water. Will call for and' to ride all or part w
And it seemed as if they had waited there 6c per line to above rates for all capital
letters. Add 6c per line to above for deliver. Telephone 4863. 3x ested communicate wi
for over a thousand years, bold face, upper and lower case. Add
peering into the darkening air, 10c per line to above rates for bold face PERSONAL laundry service. We take ling, 170.Lafayette
capital letters.PakMih
clutching their hopes and fears, The above rates are for 7% point individual interest in the laundry
and thus they would wait for a thousand more- pe. problems of our customers. Girls'
when the wind passed over the height silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar- As for this vogue of n
they would always sigh as they sighed before- FOR SALE anteed. Men's shirts our specialty any other vogue -only
"We have waited so long for night." BLUE BIRD BOOK WORK. Latest Call for and deliver. 23478, 5594. -Dr. Hewlett Johnson,
books, clean covers. 5c day. Uni- 611 E. Hoover. 9x terbury.
Our Lady Of Foam versity Music House. 6x
FOR SALE-Cabinet model VictorfSUDEN
In the eyes of his white Aphrodite Orthophonic, like new. Very rea-SEVC
-Botticelli has painted sonable. Call 8624. 89
grief that men thought was a stranger
to the pagan goddess of beauty- TENOR banjo and case. Excellent
as though from the Florence Madonna condition. Reasonable. Phone 3236.
the mantle had fallen, FOR RENT
but not from her eyes the foreboding -"
of Christ and his passion. FURNISHED first floor apartment
for young couple or group of boys.
Also large double. 426 E. Wash-
Sonnet ington. 8544 107
I know that I were wiser to forget FOR RENT-Furnished 1st floor apt.
your plumy helmet laid aside to rust, to young couple or group of boys.
to leave your bright cuirass to gather dust Also large double 624 E. Wash. Dial
and this brave pennant for the moths to fret. 5844. 107
I should have strapped my sandals on and set
my feet up on the road, putting my trust WANTED FIS NA O A
in my own strength, as every woman must WANTED TO BUY MEN'S OLD AND FRST NATAL
if she would reach her journey's end, and yet- new suits and overcoats. Will pay AND COM
high morning finds me fingering my grief 3, 4, 5, and 8, 9 dollars. Phone Ann , Established 1863
like baleful beads on some dark rosary, Arbor, 4306, Chicago Buyer. 5x , OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN l
idle beside your long abandoned chair-
desirous, not of comfort or relief, TAXICABS -
but for a while to let my tears fall free ARCADE CAB. Dial 6116. Large com- ._ -
and touch my lips to your imagined hair. fortable cabs. Standard rates.ER
Collegiate Observer PRINTING-Lowest City Prices
By BUD BERNARD Downtown - 206 North Main Under U. S. Government Sup
yehtso Main Post Office Dial 2-1013 , - - ____Member Federal Reserve Sy
Many are the complications that arise, we ..............._--
suspect, to confront the sorority pledge try- WE SELL TYPEWRITING PAPER
ing to find out about this college life. How -________________ _________________________
ever we are astonished at the difficulty being
experienced by an Ohio State neophyte of a GOLFSi DE
well-known sorority. After listening to sev-
eral of her sisters discuss their romances, she RI DI NG ACADEMY
inquired, "Say what does a girl have to do to
get kissed around here?"-Go West - gal - FINE SADDLE HORSES
Mae West!!!!
Beautiful Wooded Riding ootball
At the University of Southern California, the Paths Along River
"Tapping Method" was suggested to enforce the
honor system in final examinations. Tapping to FREE TRANSPORTATION
who are seen attempting to evade examination Dial 7270
rules. Observers of the violation stop it by tap-
ping with their feet upon the floor. This dis-
turbance is taken up by the entire class, and the
result is a cessation of the cheating. But sup- The Fellowship of
pose everyone is cheating???? el ligion I
* * *Liberal Reliio
Co-eds at the University of Missouri who (Unitarian)

signed a pledge not to eat more than 15 cents state and Huron streets
worth of .food when they are out on dates
are finding themselves most popular.
Sunday, October 14
Every once in a while a misspelled word may
creep into this column, but it took the Univer- 10:45 A.M.- Morning Service - Topic 0
sity of Southern California cheering section-2500 by H. P. Marley
strong- to make a prize boner, when during the "The Christian-
half of the U.S.C.-Loyola game they spelled the
name of the Loyola captain incorrectly in one JewishTragedy PHOTO COMPANY
of their card cheers. And the name was Tom
Lieb! 723 North University Avenue
7:30 P.M.-Miss Mary Hillyer of New
York City will speak on "Labor
SO THEY SAY and the New Deal"
"Universities teach their students to have
a good tim in a graceful fashion."
-Lawrence Tibbett
While a college man is getting a liberal
education, his father is getting an education
in liberality.
-Daily Illini i
Excuses for oversleeping and missing eight STY E js I1JLt 3O U
o'clocks are being done away with at Ohio Uni-
versity. Four band members will play reveille
from the library steps to arouse late sleepers. But the W ay Is
*ut * W y ItIs erv4
Observings from foreign Universities-Any
student expressing a Christian belief is barred EVERY MAN AND WOMAN ON THE MICHIGAN
from the colleges of Russia - The University
of Hawaii holds one of its extension courses CAMPUS SHOULD BE "STYLISH" BY WEARING
on the rim of a volcano, so that the students WHAT HE OR SHE HAS SO THAT IT WILL LOOK
may study botany, geology and volcanic phe-WH T EORS E ASSCT ATI W LL O K
nomena ' more easily - Australian teacher- ITS BEST
training institutions pay their students '70
pounds a year and provide an annual round
trip home, all of which might prove expensive SWISS SETS THE STYLES FOR THE SOCIALLY STYL ISi
if the student lived on some other continent.
fesor asto the student saysTJhn Erskine. InDIL 49

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