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October 21, 1937 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1937-10-21

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 19"97

I Ip ll /M ll I Ir l S X111 OIL
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Michi an phony Association was signed yester-
day, Lawrence Tibbett, opera singer
SWEETHEARTS GET WARNING. and head of the American Guild of,
A warning was issued yesterday to Musical Artists announced.
bashful sweethearts by Deputy Attor- One of the provisions of the agree-
ney John H. Brennan, to the effect ment is that all artists engaged by
that if they wish to avoid the pre- the association must be paid in cash
auptial examination that will be re- and not in tickets or other media.

SPECIAL
OIL CROQUIGNOLE
9 Permanents
$2.50
SHAMPOO, FINGER WAVE
a n d R I N S E . . . . , 5 0c
BEAUTY SHOP
S1033 East Ujniversity 8767
Open Evenings by Appointment
Read It In he Daily

"Nil

SNITE REACHES FLORIDA I
MIAMI BEACH, Oct. 20. -(P)-
Fred B. Snite, Jr., 27-year-old infan-
tile paralysis victim, was brought here
from Chicago today by train, trucked
10 miles to his father's home.

Thousands Of Satisfied
Customers Wiill Substazntiazte
These Fact.!

DAILY AT 2:00 - 4:00 -- 7:00 - 9:00 P.M.
NOW PLAYING!
TODAY and FRIDAY !

;

Extra

O U R
GANG

WORLD
NEWS

F7R THE LAST FEW WEEKS, we,
have advertised facts concerning
the savings that can be made by send-
ing your wash to the laundry instead
of shipping it home. As a result, thou-
sands have taken this advice. Compli-
merts have poured in from all our new

--- Coming Saturday-

LEOPOLD
STOKOWSKI

"100 MEN
AND A GIRL"

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eustomers and of course, this

is better

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advertising than

we could

ever

do in

any other way. Why not join in with
this happy group and stop paying for
delivery charges alone when you can
have your laundry washed and deliv
eed fo'r only a few cents more!

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4
3
4'
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Price per lb.

. . . ..lOc

Minimum Bundle 50c

Shirts Extra

12c

0 .-

0

(Full Dress Shirts are not included in this Special Price)

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Sox Extra, per pair.
Handkerchiefs, Extra
FIVE POUNDS OF LAUNDRY (not in-
cluding the weight of the laundry box)
shipped to your home, costs Seventy-six

..I 4c
. . .i 2c

Cents for Express Charges alone!

On the

other hand, the laundries listed below offer
you on their new Rough Dry Students'
Bundle free delivery and charge you only
Ten Cents per pound with excess charges

WARNER OLAND

IN

accordingly.

This gives you finished serv-

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S A M P L E
B U RID. L E
Suits of Underwear
Shirts
Handkerchiefs
Pairs of Socks
Bath Towels
COST9c

"Charlie Chan on Broadway"
Also NEWS and NOVELTIES

ice on Shirts, Handkerchiefs

and Socks.

Underwear and Pajamas are washed and

folded, ready for wear.

Why not enjoy

NIGHT - 7-9:15
Admission 40c
STAGE SHOWS 7:10 and 9:30

the convenience of this new service and at
the same time, pay only for the washing
of your clothes and not for just their trans-
portation.

Continuous 1:30 to 11:30
3 BIG DAYS FRIDAY and SATURDAY
STARTING FRIDAY 20c to 5-25c After 5 p.m.

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