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October 05, 1939 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-10-05

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Reporter Finds,
Rushees' Life
Not Keen Fun'
Too Much Singing Ruins
Meal For Meandering
Daily Staff Member
(Continued from Page 1)
with the meal came a change in com-
panions. This time the conversation
turned to the ever-popular subject of
the homeliness of Michigan coeds. We
had plenty to talk about, and the fel-
low insisted that I smoke two of his
cigarettes, even lighting them for me.
I was snatched abruptly from a
rather'enjoyable story by a burst of
singing which came during the des-
sert course. After that enthusiastic
voices joined in song made futile any
attempts at conversation, and I wel-
comed the end of an excellent meal.
Incidentally, I was told that this meal
was representative of the every-day
fare of that fraternity.
After dinner I was passed from
group to group of smiling, handshak-
ing fraternity-members, until I felt
much like a basketball must feel after
an Indiana-Purdue game. I patted
the fraternity's dog; I admired the
trophies won by the brothers. I ad-
mitted-seven times-that Michigan
would certainly beat State; I agreed
that the repeal of the Saturday class
rule was "swell." I was offered count-
less cigarettes, and every one was
lighted for me. I actually talked
with one fellow for nine minutes.
I was a worn-out rushee by the
time 8:30 arrived, and I breathed a
heart-felt prayer of thanks to the In-
terfraternity Council for setting such
an early hour for the end of evening
rushing. I left the house agreeing
with the rushee who had said: "Rush-
ing? Bah--one big muddle!"
I. W. Gregg To Lecture
Dr. Irwin Edwin Gregg, leader of
the Detroit Unity Association, will
give his first lecture on Practical
Christianity, an explanation of the
growth and scope of the Unity move-!
ment, at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 9, at!
the house of Mrs. Eleanor Hazzard
Peacock, 1808 Hermitage Road. The
public is invited.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
Madeline Westendorf
Marie Davis
Norma Vint
Elizabeth Titus
2:30 to 4.
M. Mitchell
Mary Fran Reek
Roberta Leete
Ruth Coler
Frieda VanderVeen
Mary Anne Starr
Elizabeth Meyer
4 to 4:30.
Polly Donnely
Mary Minor
FOLLOW
THE CROWD TO
WEBER & KUOH N'S
YOUNG MEN'S SHOP
Freeman Shoes . $5, $6, $7
Peters Shoes . $3.1 5, $4.00
Coopers Hose 4 pair $1.00
Coopers Shorts.3 for $1.00
Wool Slacks $2.95- to $5.95
500 pair to select from.
Coopers Sweote rs
All Styles
$1.25 to $5.00
Esquire Fall Hats 2.95, 3.50
Wool and Leather Jackets
$3.95 to $13.50
TOPCOATS'
SUITS
$17.50 to $35.00_
Walk a Few Steps"
And Save Dollars
WEBER & KUOHN
formerly formerly.
Weber .Kuohn's
Boot Shop Clothes Shop
Corner 4th Ave. and E. Liberty
We do Fine Shoe Repairing

Harriett Thom
Barbara Telling
Margery Tate
Judith Frank
Mary Kay Moir
4:30 to 5.
Amy Davidson

Lee Burlison
Mary Edna Hedges
Marietta Killian
Nina McLellan
Joan Anderson
Beatrice Kroodsra
Bettie Lillie

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WANT Quink -OR
AREN'T YOU PARTICULAR?
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Yes, asking for Parker Quink
is another way of saying you
know what you want, and why

THE HOUSE OF TWEEDS

We have for your approval some hundred patterns and color combinations
in the well-known

HARRIS HAND WOVEN TWEEDS

For these 5 Secret Agents
in every bottle,
end about 65% of the pen troublesl
--save using a blotter!
These 5 Secret Agents-not fancied
but real secret ingredients-make Parker
Quink an ink that does what no other
ink can do. It guards any pen-a Parker
or any other-from inks that clog the
feed, gum the point, and corrode the
mechanism. And it cleanses your pen as
it writes-keeps it working like a charm.
That's why Parker chemists spent 3
years developing this revolutionary ink.
We wanted to protect our famous Parker
Pens from being charged with faults due
to ordinary pen-clogging, acid-carrying
inks.
Ask for Quink-be "particular"-if
you want these results:
1-An ink that makes your pen a
self-cleaner
2-that digests gum and sediment
left by ordinary inks
3-that dries on paper 31% faster
than average
4-that does NOT dry in your pen
5-that starts in a flash !
Ask for Quink and stand pat-keep
your pen out of trouble. Only 15c and
25c at all stores selling ink.
The Parker Pen Co., Janesville, Wis.
The Pen-cleaning Iny
Rich., brilliant--never watery and neve

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-MAKE QUIAK CLEANSE
YOUR PEN AS IT WRITES,
AND CONTROL ITS FLOW!
1 DRY QUINK 3/9.x FASTER -
THAN AVERAGE ONPAPER -
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RPAPEN
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OVER FIFTY DESIGNS, WEAVES AND COLORS IN

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SHETLANDS

The fabrics you well know to be the finest in tweeds and shetlands the
world produces.
The price of these fabrics has been in the past beyond the reach of
the large majority who would like to purchase them.
Right NOW however we are Tailoring these woolens at prices which
will be most attractive to the Men who like Tweeds and Shetlands and
want them Tailored in the correct styles suitable to such weaves and
textures.
Interested? Why of course you are, so why not stop in at your con-
venience and examine these Fabrics. Any weight you desire 16 to 22 oz.
If by chance you are not in need of a Tweed or Shetland, we want
you to look over our complete assortment of Unfinished and Finished
Worsteds. Of these we have a wonderful showing and at prices which you
can not overlook.
OUR CLOTHES ARE MADE TO FIT AND STAY FIT

TINKER

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COMPANY

342 SOUTH STATE STREET at William

OUR WINDOW DISPLAY of Woolens speak for themselves. We take our hat off to no one.

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The Ann Arbor laundlries have learned that
the student has special laundry demands, and
for just that reason they have set special prices
on student bundles. Take advantage of the

If Father

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the

WASHNG

If father did the washing it wouldn't get done, for
father would soon learn that the efficient way to
launder clothes is the laundry way. Quick de-
livery, efficient service, neat repair work, and
really clean clothes at a low price make it worth
while to use your Ann Arbor laundries.

VARSITY LAUNDRY

23-1-23

KYER LAUNDRY

4185

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WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY

SAMPLE

BUNDLE

and Dry Cleaning Company

2 SUITS

OF UNDERWEAR

4117

3 SHIRTS

facilities Ann Arbor offers you.

6 HANDKERCHIEFS

3 PAIRS OF

SOCKS

Have Your Laundry Done

2 BATH TOWELS

TROJAN LAUNDRY

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