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I oTHE MICHIGAN DAILY SNAcJA.~13

3UNDA . JAN. 30, 19 38

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She Lives Right

CLASSIFUID AlVER

_________________________ block northeastcof Michigani League.
Newly decoratted. 343
SII--- j- SUDENT to share large double room'
for nex ciiester . 8443. 343
- L ARGE SINGLE ROM for graduatej
tenaw. Telephone 3851. 316 3h45771 19N

LAUNDRY

At 100 Mrs. Evangeline Bianca
ofi Sh arpsburg, Pa., gives to the
public this advice for longevity: one
mealĀ¢ a day, plenty of rest and a
gaecd tiie. She has never used
liasses and believes that people now
"Jlive in t4o fast an age."
WPAMakes Gr'ant.l
For, Mall. On ingalls
Tihe University's projected develop-
intof developing a mall along S.
Ingallj1s St. gained _impetus esterday
when ainouncement of a WPA al-
location of $12,071 was announced in
Washington.
Present plans call for a 10-foot mall
which would stretch from E. Wash-
ington St. in front of the new Horace
H-. Rackham School of Graduate Stu-
dies, south to N. University Ave.
Boulevard drives would be included in
the parkway, which would be flanked
by Mahe League and Hill auditorium.
No announcement has been made
by the University as to arrangements
to provide for a share of the cost of
the job. It is believed, however, that
the project will be carried out this
year.

LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
'WANTED
LAUNDRY wanted by efficient laun-.
dress. Prices reasonable. Call for and
deliver. Phone 5227 342
WANTED : To buy a canoe. Phone
5045. 340
TYPING of all kinds. Rates are rea-
sonable. Work done neatly and ac- f
curately. Helen Isaacson, 535
Thompson. (back of Michigan
Union.) 333
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.,
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone.
5244. 3x
VIOLA STEIN, 700 Oakland. Phone
6327. Experienced typist. Reason-,
able rates. 2In2
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical instru-
ments. Reedy cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 5:304. 2x
FOR RENT
SINGLE student's room. Near cam-
pus. 327 Brookwood. Phone 2-3601.
344
SINGLE ROOM for a student inap-
proved private home. Jewish pre-
ferred. 806 Sylvan. Phone 8135.
348w
DOUBLE ROOM on campus. Well
furnished. 1302 N. University. 7887.
351
1 FRONT ROOM for 2 men students.
1/2 block from Law Club. 719 Tap-
pan Avenue. ,350

FIVE-ROOM ftrinished ar~i1 tment.
Rcasonable rent. Phone 6045.
349
SEMI-FURNISHED steam heated
dlownstairs apartment. $50. Call
2-3683 after 4:30 p.m. 346
SINGLE ROOM for girl in approved
graduate house. Ideal location. 1222
S. Ingalls. Phone 8142. 355
IN PRIVATE HOME, 2 attractive ad-
joining rooms and garage. For 1 orI
j2 persons. 1715 S. University. Phone
2-3515. 354
DOUBLE ROOM: Front, well heated.
$2.25 each student. Also a Single at
$3.00. 114 E. Kingsley. Phone 6731.
353
BOARD: Graduatcs or faculty family.
Double room, fireplace, private
bath, sundeck. Phone 2-2943. 352j
PRIVATE family will rent one double
room. $7. New furniture. Simmons
innerspring twin beds. Indirect
ramps furnished. 1133 Forest. Phone
2-3380. 329
FOR RENT: .A single and a double

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Annual Selling (it
iE LE'NA
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Beauty Preparations

IDisc ount

- .opliment
YOUR LEGS!
with f il- f a'hio;;cl shen
hosiery in a varriel y of niewu
June Grey Hat Shop
1113 South University

HE,.LIN tA.RUIIINSmlI N's EN-I'M LLINI-
of world f amous beauty preparation-s
at 201K off their regular prices. H~un-
dreds of women will jump at this
chance to get their favorite cosmetics
at these greatly reduced prices. Better
stock up for months to come, for this
special Rubinstein offer comes only
glnce a year.

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Fcb ruairy 5tb to 12th~

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SC~flestLY

A 1-HOP? OVERFLOW PARTY

Friday, Feb. 11 ..9 ill I.. Informal ...1.OO
Saturday, Eeb. 12... 9 till 12... ' l.OO per Coupl.e

BOB STEINLE'S BAND

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