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Page Thirty,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, Mor'ch -3,1944

Friday, arch 3, 19,44

THE ICI I C H I GAN ESA I LY

P e °hr,.:TI WEr-CHIYAN D ILY FrdoSMl 'h 3f194 ,.iay,.: a..h3..144.T FM..,r'" 7 °+!

lLASSIF1ED ADVERTISING
WANTED-A man to pick me up MASSAGE AND BATH. Health-

No Foolin'

~much Ado About Nuttin'
Or the Pointed Pen Dulls

Members of VaoniteeI

and take me to V-Ball, I'm all,
ready and have been stood up.
Am blond, beautiful and dying
to dance.-
STUDENT HELP WANTED-Boys
and girls to work from 11 to I or
5 to 7 at The Tavern, 338 May-
nard. Phone 9241.l
-TEAK SPECIALTIES - Home
cooked lunches and dinners,

Wise Studio relaxes tired, tense
nerves, aids health. 725 N. Uni-
versity.
BEST BUY TODAY-U. S. Wait
Bonds. Good buys at Hume
Market, too. 810 Brown.
READS' PROGRESSIVE STORES
-where good food is always;
plentiful. Welcome students and
faculty. 3054 Platt.

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Life is swell when you keep well,
but living it that way is rather
difficult when in Ann Arbor, the£
seat of astute learning and many
other things. Let's wander -a fewt
moments and speculate . . .
"Why no, I don't have anyt
rooms to rent and besides if I did i
they would cost you 12 dollars a.
week plus laundry expense."
Pity the Freshmen
Yes, the bewildered freshmanl
does have a time for himself find-
ing a nice dirty old room to stay
in for the two weeks he will be in!
school before his draft board nabsI

but living in this town for awhile
-a very short while-he will soon
grow out of the habit and subsist
very happily on crackers and wa-
ter by comparison.
We are referring of course, to
the tany wonderful places to
eat, what slop they serve you for,
what prices they get for it.
A typical luncheon menu fol-
lows taken from one of Ann Ar-
bor's more fashionable dinner
spots.
Macaroni au Gripin'-casserole
style with green pepper dressing.
A French Fried Potato-cut in

sandwiches. Students are wel-_
comed to enjoy good food. Vic- QUALITY GROCERIES - Beer.
tory'Cafe, 123 E. Liberty. wine and beverages to take out.
'Tom~s Market. 011 N. ?Main.
' ANTED--A part-time teacher of T
shorthand to start June 12. Also LB- -
full time commercial teacher : O S -

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and director of women's ath-
leties, Sept. 5. Ann Arbor See-
reta ial School. Phone 24682 for

cious cakes. coolies, rolls and
bread. 603 W. Liberty. 2-1520.
HOMEMADE SNACKS - Sand-
wiches, salads, soups and pie.

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ARERS FOR WOMN-B a 1211 S. University. Come and
secretary. Stimulating work. As- enjoy good food.I
sured future. Pleasant environ- -
ment. Day and evening classes GIRLS OR BUSBOY needed to
now forming. Hamilton Bus- work on week-ends. Sugar Bowl,

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As the staid old senior will tell
you. it is folly to come to Ann
Arbor without six pairs of rub-
bers, four overcoats, nine rain-
coats, 7 rain capes, 7 galoshes (in
case you lose one or check it in the
Union), and a good constitution.
Ann Arbor is -not Ann Arbor
unless it rains, snows, sleets and
wets during the same day. It isI
known for that and there is noth-
ing that can be done about it. Not
even Oscar Wimdumb who shovels
walks in the winter time can do
anything about it.
Then of course, like most im-
mortals the average college stu-
dent finds eating a dire necessity.

iness College, William at State.
Phone 7831.
F'OR SALE-Antique items; china;:
glass; cherry chests; walnut
chests; mahogany highboy:
Queen Anne lowboy; Fort Sher--
idan chairs, Pennsylvania; Vic-l
toria sofa; three aubusson chairs
Louis XV, and books.
GOOD THINGS to eat-evening
snacks. We carry a complete
line of good things to eat. L. A.I
Gray and McDougall. Grocers;
formerly Townley. Phone 23161.
S. University.
LOST-One date in this big room.
If anyone finds a little piece of
sugar please bring him to the J
check room.
C&M Market urges the students
to back the attack and buy war
bonds.
SNACKS-Students are welcome
to come and buy good food.
Capitol Market, 123 E. Wash-
ington.-
VETERINARY-Dr. C. H. Adams.
Specialist in small animals. Fine
treatment. Good hospital atj
Packard & Coler.-
BUY WAR BONDS-The Larsonj
Market calls them a fine invest-
ment. 3011 Packard.j
PINSETTERS WANTED-Set up
pins in your free time. AnnI
Arbor Recreation Bowling Alley,
605 E. Huron. 3103.-
WANTED-Students to work for
meals at sorority house. Phone_
2-3119.-
SECRETARY wanted for law of-
fice. Call 7712.
DUPSLAFF RADIO SERVICE---
Radio service on all makes. 15
years experience, 8a5 3rd. Phone
2-3444.
PURCHASE RADIO & CAMERA
SHOP-Supplies for the dark-
room. 335 S. Main. Phone 8696.

109J S. Alain St. 2-M4.

DELICIOUS FOOD -- Welcome
students. Come and enjoy good
meals, snacks. Washtenaw Con-
cy Island. 111 N. Main.
ROOMS FOR RENT-Desirable
rooms for students, Dorothy B.
Lowry, 615 Monroe. 2-3320.
THE LITTLE SCIHOOL-Nursery
school for infants, small chil-
dren. By day, week or nightly.
8293.
HELP WANTED- Huron Cafe.
Good food too. 120 E. Huron.
21966.
ARNET'S Cemetery Memorials-
Washtenaw's oldest and largest
memorial dealer, 936 N. Main.
8914.
MAIN GROCERY-Open 'til mid-
night. Wine, beer, meat, vege-"
tables, good food for snacks.
207 N. Main.
FIRST AND SECOND COOK forI
boys summer camp, northern
Michigan. Mature counselors
also needed. Phone 7265.
BROADWAY MARKET-We urge
you to buy United States War
Bonds. 1227 Broadway.I
EUREKA TAILOR SHOP-SpecialC
prices on alterations and re-
modeling. 108 W. Huron. 2-1769.
HELP WANTED-Delicious meals
served all day. We need some-
one to work. Leons Grill. 6003,
HELP WANTED--3 boys for dish-
washing for sorority. Call 2-4808
or 2-3159.
TURNER GROCERY-Meats, gro-
ceries, frosted foods, beverages.
702 Dewey. Phone 8018.
VAUGHN STREET GROCERY-
welcomes the students to buy
delicious snacks. Good food.
1028 R University.
WHITE MARKET- Can always
use help for. part or full time
work. 607 E. William.
ORIENT BILLIARD PARLOR-
Shoot billiards, a good sport,
109 N. Main. 5808

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Daily Official Bull
Continued from Page 6) sponsored by icks and linguistics
who are especially interested in
Itch." All those who are not the language of love.
up to scratch may attend.
--CmngEve t
o c ts Bat Your Brains Out Bub Club
The Choral Union Concert Series will hold semi-annual batting
takes exceptionally great pleasure practice next week Tuesday. If
in announcing to Ann Arbor music you're on the ball, show up. Ev-
lovers the presentation next Tues- eryone whose mad about some-
day evening at 8:15 of the Buda- thing can come and pitch.
pest Solid Four in a gut-busket Double Sixes Higher Mathemat-
programme of icky jive and jam Dics Organization will crap around
au gratin. The session will be re- come Thursday. Lots of six ap-
plete with Hot-Licks Heifitz and peal.Tt
his Rhythem Rusters. Professor I__
Balmer Pristian will take the spe- Rummage sale tomorrow will be
cial ridesgeosathetmorgan.wBrlng
Io rides on the fruits. Bring held in rum 328 of Hell Autiori-
your own rum. Get on the ball with alcohol.
Remember: rummage is not ra-
Lectures tioned.
Lt. Hi Fly will lecture at 7:30 Notice: The Daily Official Bull
p.m. Thursday in the Rackham is not censored. It's too noncen-
A Amphitheatre on "I Bombed sorical.
France" or "The Blast Time I Saw I-_
Paris " HJ i to Paint Bird Cages a
Pretty Pink so That Birds Too
An indnid talk by some cuumb Might Be Well Red will be dis-j
sucker v'ill be presented next week cussed by Archibald the Artist'
on "I Used up the Box" or "The come Wednesday. Communists'
Last Straw. are especially welcome because;
they know their Brussian.j
r hfbit Ann Arbor Be Discreet When
- - You Eat Club will meet to discuss
Tipsy Rose Lee, the drunken the subject, "Where to Get a Good
,'-,p teacer, will take off in "U" Meal Cheaply in Ann Arbor" or
Hall tomorrow. She believes in "YQu Should Move."
coming in clothes contact with
students and admirerers. The A. I. Ch. E. will meet P. D.
Q. at 7 p.m. T. Th. S. to discuss l
Bootiful Bouncing Betsy will be the N. R. A., the A. A. A., the
on exhibition here in the tower A. I. E. E., R. S. V. P., R. F. D.4
of the Romance Language Building , and F. D. R. Alphabet soup will be
on Thursday. This exhibit is served
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S Sealtest Ice Creamw
21Catherine Street II

h .hipped Spinach with A Brus-
sel Sprout-it droops.
You get all this plus a happy
4sardonic -smile from the head
waitress all for the unspeakably
low price of $4.67 plus city tax,
county tax, state tax, federal tax
and a pain in the neck.
All these things considered and
multiplied by 75 it is no small
wonder that every finished stu-
dent who graduates here is really
finished.
3 Need we say more. Fellows look
at your dates. Dates look at. your
fellows. HORRORS. It is 1944-
Leap Year-let's start jumpin'
gals.
Or perhaps it doesn't fit. Take
it back to Claude Brown and get
a new one. Yes, darling, you can
still wear bustles in public. What,
you took your shoe off. Have an-
other. Leo Ping has a million.
Blood, guts, textbooks, all add
up to a lively career at the Uni-
versity of Michigan established
1817 when Michigan was yet a
territory under the terms of the
Northwest Ordinance of 1787
which was enacted by the Second
Continental Congress which came
after the First Continental Con-
gress-but why go on-Prof. Van-
der Velde has a great course in
this stuff-try it-he is known as
a pipe all over campus. A plus
Vander Velde he was known as in
those days .. .
T:'
H-owTo Ketch
Your He-Man
!continued from Page 18)
magazine store advertisement-
a sort of decoy to wile innocent
seniors into the WICKED throes
of Super Comics.
After drooling over superman
for an hour, Matilda proceeded
on her way, whistling roman-
tically through the gap in her
front teeth.
"If at first you don't succeed,
try a marine," said her con-
science. Oh, yes Matilda had a
conscience-as well as coffee
nerves, lordosis, pink tooth brush
and a 3.7 average.
So Matilda went into one of the
campus beauty shops for an ap-
pointment. "I'm sorry," said the
woman at the desk, "but you had
better try the Municipal Salvage
Company. Wrecks are more in
their line."
Matilda hurried from the beau-
ty shop to the Municipal Salvage
Co. only to find that they were so
busy salvaging Ec 52 students that
they had no time to undertake a
major project.
Our heroine, broken in spirit,
loped along dejectedly and met
one of the girls in her English
class. "Hark thou, Matilda," she
said, "why dost thou lookest so
teary-eyed? Cometh witheth me
to ye Hopwoode tea and drowneth
thy sorrows in culturee."
So Matilda went to the Hop-.
wood Tea and there-she found--
18 English majors and a copy of
the "Rubayat of Omar Khayam.
On the third floor of Angell Hall,
snug in the seclusion of the Hop-
wood Room with a jug of beer, a
book of verse and a cheeseburger,
Matilda can be found to this day.
Moral-Isn't it!

V -Ball

Coers

Must Be

STAN WALLACE
.. buildings, publicity.

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HARRIET BOYER
..decorations chairman.

FRED BELTZ PAT COULTER
.. ticket seler. . produced the favors.

The problem of how to enjoy
V-Ball in the properly liquidated 2 effects are guaranteed; the morn- c
condition has reached major pro- I ing after is also guaranteed. .t
portions with the beer shortage Rum is, as a ways, available in e
and liquor rationing. large quantities. Unrationed, rum
University students of the old should be the answer to the Mich- i
school, which held that the re- igan man's prayer, but the present 1
nowned downtown beer was pal- supply is a product of that same s
atable only when the condition of "good neighbor" nation which c
the drinker guaranteed that it turns out firewater gin to the C
couldn't be tasted, are having the permanent damage of the V-Ball t
hardest time. The number of stomach. The V-Ball stomach is r
friends who will loan a minor a that portion of.your anatomy you I
liquor ration card always declines turn over on the next morning t
between semesters, and those and then wish you hadn't. The s
happy souls in possession of such stock remark in such a situation C
a card have discovered 'that gin is: "Why did they put denaturedIS
of the bathtub era, the only liquor dynamite in that bottle? Better!t
around, is almost as good for the I should go on the wagon." q
stomach as wood alcohol. The The inevitable compromise is a h

MARJ ROSMARIN
. . invited the Patrons.

PFC. ROBERT COMANDE
... barber shop quartets.

MIC'
T R A C o

BETSY PERRY .
favors, decorations

RUPERT STRAUB
. . . chairman.

At Last This Tale Can Be Told

BECKER MEMORIALS-Memor-
ials and markers. Third gener-
ation of our family in this bus-
mess. Phone 3181.
ALTERATIONS on ladies' gar-
nents. Phone 22678. Alta Graves,
4c2Observatory Street, opposite
Stockwell.
HELP wanted for the second sem-
ester. Two dishwashers, one
waiter and 2 kitchen boys. Mrs.
Rowles, 2-3279.
SPECIALIZING IN DELICIOUS
-creamed waffles with melted
butter. Open all day. Mayflower
Restaurant, 307 S. Main.
ROOMS FOR GIRLS-Single andI
double, nicely furnished, near
campus. 211 S. Division. Phone
3978.

Please Wear Garters .
Mary Brown was seen walking
down the street.
This signifies nothing.
Espanol Es Un Lengua...
Did you ever try typing a Span-
ish speech on an English type-
writer?
It is easy if you have the Arab-
ian Touch method at your dispo-
sal.

There'll Be a Hot ..
Did you ever drink water out of
a whiskey bottle? Things are
tough all over these days.
19 Days on a Raft ...
Why do little men with big
ears live in nice quiet apartment
houses?
The better to eavesdrop with
my dear. Perfectly obvious wAsn't
it?

thirtyy

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HI HEST PRIC - aid for your
discarded clJothing and shoes.
Phone Claud Brown, 2-2736.
512 S. Main. --
JEFFERSON GROCERY- Come
and get your light snacks here
where good food is plentiful. 411
E. Jefferson.
JACK'S GROCERY asks Michigan
students to buy United 'States
War Bonds. 1308 S. University.
CHOICE GROCERIES-Daniel C.
Haas, 114 W. Liberty. Phone'
591'1.

Hope you have
a wonderful time '
Compliments of
N~AGL[R'S FUR SHOP
318 South Main

THE MICHIGAN UNION stands out as the cent
activities on campus. Swimming, bowling, bil
Room, libraries and spacious tounges are amonc
ties offered to Michigan men by the UNION.
UN"4 ION your center of activity.
MIC.HIGANUI

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