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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ..h1 tlT

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Classified Directory

Place advertisements with Classified
Advertising Department. Phone 2-3241.
The classified columns closeat five
o'clock previous to day of insertion.
tox numbers may be secured at no
extra charge.
Cash in advance only 11c per reading
line for one or two insertions. loo per
reading line for three or more insertions.
(on basis of five averagemwords to line).
Minimum three lines per insertion.
NOTICES
PIANO: High grade upright. In good
_ condition. $4.00 a month. 928 Oak-
land. 19
Coopers Hose 4 pr. $1.00
Coopers Shorts 3 pr. $1.00
trousers .. $3.50 to $5.50
Fall Hats. . .$2.95 to $5.00
Gloves $1.65 to $4.00
Leather Jackets . . $6.85
to $15.00
Reversible Topcoats $16.75
up
Suits and Overcoats $25.00
to $50.00

NURSERY SCHOOL reopen for fall
termy. Ages 3 to 4 years. Hours 8 to
12. Frances MacNaughton, 5837.
26
FOR SALE
MAN'S BICYCLE. Excellent condi-
tion. Call 8488 after 2 p.m. 29
SPENCER microscope. Triple nose-
piece. Perfect condition. Phone
5204. 24
THIRTY dresses for co-eds at fifth
of cost. Slightly used. Look like
new.Daytime.and evening styles.
Small and medium sizes. Bunny
wrap, riding pants, etc. .1520 Hard-
ing Road. 14
R.C.A. VICTOR radio-victrola com-
bination. Very reasonable. Call 7236
after 6 p.m. 15
WANTED
WANTED: 100 used folding chairs;
also a Victrola-shaped oil stove. 115
E. Washington Street (upstairs).
16 -

TWO double front rooms. Rent rea-
sonable. Clean and well kept.
Phone 2-3051. 36
NEAR State and Packard. 3 large
rooms furnished. Refrigeration.
Newly decorated. Very reasonable.
Comfortable. 6682.
FOR RENT: A single room $4. No
other roomers. Call 2-3489. 33
ROOMS TO RENT: Preferably to
pre-medics. Access to comfortable
lounge room. Phone 2-2161. 31
THIRD floor room and bath. Pri-
vate home. No other roomers. $5.00.
Phone 6984. 25
EXCLUSIVE home on wooded slopes
just east of campus offers a single
room for graduate student or bus-
iness man. Dial 2-2943. 23
513 E. Jefferson. Front suite with or
without light housekeeping. Women
or couple. Phone 3652. 22
UNFURNISHED HOUSE: 1725 Dex-
ter Ave., 7 rooms, sun porch, newly
furnished, modern. Call 7734 after
5 p.m. 20
WEST SIDE: Several pleasant bed-
rooms. Home privileges, garage. 100
Longmen Lane. 8949. 18
HELP WANTED
FEMALE help wanted. University girl
to assist with children for room

I Chinese Student

Sees

Waging Fight For World Peace
By DOROTHEA STAEBLER Ithe streets and seek refuge in base-
From war-stricken China came ments and large buildings. As in all
Sokvung Kyan on the China Clipper Iwars, the Chinese-Japanese war has
to attend the College of Engineeringg
believing that he can serve his coun- its tragic incidents. Kyan told of a
try best, at present, by preparing friend of his who was mercilessly
himself for the future. bombed while doing her duty in one
"The Chinese are not fighting for of the factories near Shanghai. He
China alone," Kyan stated. "We are stated that his neighbors almost lost
fighting to preserve the peace of the a son when one of the hospitals was
world." There are plenty of men inI bombed.
China to fight, he continued, but Kyan's own family was forced to
there is not enough ammunition to move to Hong Kong from Shanghai
supply them all for adequate defense. when one of the raids occurred. Ky-
Friendly countries should be more an's father owned one of the largest
willing to offer aid, he added, espe- tobacco factories in the territory
cially in the way of ammunition. which, too. was destroyed. Revealing
Kyan predicted that Japan's attack a deep-rooted courage, he said, "But
will not last long. Japan's haste was we're not sorry."
imperative, according to Kyan, be- It is impossible for the Chinese to
cause of the rapid organization of bomb the Japanese base, Kyan de-
China and the apparent lack of funds clared, because the Japanese have
in Japan. He also remarked that stationed themselves at the docks of
Japan may have her eye out for con- the electrical and water plants at
quests other than China. Shanghai. Bombing these would
Kyan comes from St. John's Col- mean the cutting off these services
lege in Shanghai. The college was from a city of 3,500,000.
originally founded by, the American "I want to stress," Kyan urged,
Mission in China and has functioned "that we have not left China because
for many decades. It is now in the of the war. We feel that we can be
hands of the Chinese and has been of more use to our country over here
converted into a hospital since St. than fighting there." The abun-
Lukes, a branch of the former, is in dance of available men does not make
the war zone. it necessary, yet, to call to arms any
One gets used to war, Kyan stated. large proportion of the civilian pop-
When planes are heard, people leave ulation.

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Walk a Few Steps
And Save Dollars

KUOHN'S
YOUNG MEN'S SHOP
205 East Liberty - Phone 8020

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Think of the
time you'll SAVE!
'!'e New Royal Portable is today's Wa:
to write-made for people who want t6
"do things" more efficiently! It save
time, helps you get ahead faster!
Think of the better
farks you'll WINI
Your thoughts are clearer ... you ex-
.ress yourself better..,and your work
is beaterl That's why teachers praise
itudlants who use Royals.

GRADUATE wanted to share three
room Church St. apartment on
campus. Ernest Wakefield. Dial
2-1584. 12
FOR RENT
ROOMS for students. $1.50 up. Jen-
nings House. 1142 E. Catherine.
8
NEAR CAMPUS 3 rooms and bath
furnished. Includes heat, water,
electricity, gas and garage. Care of
furnace and other services- pays
part of rent. Married student only.
Phone 572 after 7 p.m. 9
DOUBLES and suite. Close in. Clean
well furnished, steam heat. Upper
classmen or graduates, 319 E. Lib-
erty. 7
NICELY furnished 2-room apart-
ments with kitchens. Two blocks
fromi campus. University approved
home. Phone 2-2050. 1
SINGLE and double room. Also room
for housekeeping. Steam, newly
decorated. 314 E. Liberty. Phone
2-2159. 35
NICE, single room, $3.50. 715 E.
Huron. Dial 8528. 32
SUITE with private bath and shower
for three. Also large double with
adjoining lavatory. Shower bath,
steam heat. Instructors, students
or business men. Phone 8544. 422
E. Washington. 34

and board. Ph 5969.-
WANTED: Agent to take
monogrammed smoking
3452 for appointments.
STUDENT with car for
work. $12.00 a week. 602

orders for
sets. Call
27
part time
Monroe.
21

STUDENT to sell smoking pipes in-
laid with silver letters of school and
fraternity. Large commission. R.
M. Lynch. 729 Samson St. Phila-
delphia, Pa.
LAUNDRY _
STUDENT HAND LAUNDRY. Prices
reasonable. Free delivery. Phone
3006. 6x
LAUNDRY WANTED: Student and
co-ed. Men's shirts 10c. Silks, wools
our specialty. All bundles done sep-
arately, no markings. Personal sat-
isfaction guaranteed. Call for and
deliver. Phone 5694 anytime until
7:00. Silver Laundry, 607 E. Hoover.
1Wolvern sBldgZ
SPhone 8946
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CHALLENGE TO CHURCH
INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 27. .-(P)-
Dr. Edgar Dewitt Jones of Detroit,
president of the Federal Council of
Churches of Christ in America, de-
clared here today redemption of the
social and political order offers a
challenge to the modern church.
LOST AND FOUND -
LOST: A yellow pigskin wallet con-
taining $125 and room receipt. Yes-
terday morning. Reward. Phone
4018.28
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ACE
SPECIAL STUDENT
SERVICE

Call
Ph.

for further information
4303 1212 S. Univ.

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MARSHALL CUT RAT E DRUGS
X31 SOUTH STATE STREET HEAD OF LIBERTY
4o Deliveiry Charge Phone 9242 Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursda

HURRY
LAST TIMES TODAY!

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TOBACCO DEPT.
POPULAR BRANDS
Cigarettes
2 for 25c
CARTON .... $1.17
1 POUNDC
BRIGGS98

$1.25 Guaranteed
CLOCKS ..-.-,

79C1

PATENTS
100
ASPIRIN

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19c

STATIONERY 44C
100 sheets, 50 envelopes
POND'S TISSUES
1oc WOOBURkY
SOAP..... 2 forl15c

ALCOHOL
Pint 13c
PETROLAGAR
Urge 79C
50c Phillips MILK
of MAGNESIA JLC
75c Guaranteed
Hot Water Bottle 89c

4$ t SU 4
Atp
IXMOU
VI/N6URwuc\
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tEP~fBER

$1.00 FRANK
MEDICO PIPES
BOOK MATCHES

79c
50':s8c

Sheaffer's SKRIP
Ink, Reg. 15c ......

lOc

35c VICKS
VAPQRUB

23c

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SERVICE

Only Portable With
TOUCH CONTROL*
Instantly adaptable to individual fin-
ger-pressure . . . Many exclusive fea-
tures. Choose from three models, each
costing only a few cents a day by the
New Special Educational Budget Plan.

RIDER'S
302 South State

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SERVICE IS THE BANK. Its work is bent to that end,
its organization ordered to that purpose. In that
it exists for and on service, there it excells. Courtesy
and intelligence are the key words applied to the
individual's problems. Of necessity service implies
breadth. In what matter or way may we help you?
Ann Arbor Savings
&Commercial Bankf

BORRAH MINEVITCH
* an~d hisgan
FRANCES DRAKE
WALTER CATLETT
- TOMORi.OW --
STARTING WEDNESDAY
Pat O'Brien
San Quentin'

REMEMBER THE PRICES YOU PAID BEFORE MARSHALL'S CAME !

$2 Barbara Gould
Cleansing CREAM

$11

55c Lady Esther
CREAM c
$1 Louis Phillipe c
LIPSTICK69
$1 Colonial Dame's Powder
$1 Colonial Dame's All-
Purpose Cream
$2 volueAJI for $1

LUX or LIFEBUOY
SOAP.....3 for 17c
1Oc WOODBURY'S
SOAP .....3 for 22c
5 Lbs. Wrisley's
Water Softener 4'AC
ALUMINUM
SOAP DISH 9c
$1 Drene 79c
60c DR E NE...... 49c

5Oc Dr. WEST
TOOTHBRUSH

TOILETRIES

29c

5Oc
CALOX .29c
25c A D S Milk of Magnesia
Toothpaste 2 for 29c
50c TEK
TOOTHBRUSHES 2
75c FITCH'S
SHAMPOO..... 39c

SOAP

DENTAL AIDS

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Dealer: Royal, Smith-Corona,
Underwood, Remington Type-
writers.
Sales - Rentals - Repairing

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*Trde-Mark for key-tension device

Southeast Corner
of Main and Huron

NICKEL'S ARCADE
at State Street

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WITH
ANN SHERIDAN
BARTON MacLANE

50c
10c
60c
For

WOODBURY'S CREAM
Woodbury's POWDER
VALUE 39c

35c BATH
TOWELS.

19c

50c PEPSODENT
TOOTH PASTE

28c

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Note

A Complete Stock Of
Books, Fountain Pens, Etc.
Drawing Instruments and

Etc.

Engineer's Supplies

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