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February 07, 1949 - Image 26

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Pae Twenty-Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CLASSY CLASSIFIED

W ANTED
STEAMSHIP COMPANY needsosummer
employees betwvern June lst and Sep-
tember 30 for South Amenican, Eur-
opean, and Asiatic voyages,.hoth
Male and Female. Various jobs avail-
able. Steomfittors. cooks, ships moor,
diesel merhanie, radmo operator,
welder, radar operator, technician,
sales clerk, movie projector operator.
j Moist belong to Maritime Onion,
Write Sox 2325, staling references.
WANTED - Short-haired, intelligenti
giraffe for light cleaning in the Fild-
honor. Preferably male er female.
Maot rome Irons good family. Refer-
eneo preferred but not neessary.
Call Athletic Department, 2-3250 if
interested.
THIS IS A SERIOUS AD. Male studesst
needo instrueting. If you hove ant
free time that'o free I would probably
be-interested. If youe free Oboe isn'eeIsilm.itbinrsedIte
pends hose mush I think I con tearn
from you and if it's worth if. Phonei
2-3256 if interesfed.
MISCELLANEOUS
AEE YOU INTERESTED in corr'espond-
iug with an English major whls In
terested in corresponding for obnoo-
ious reasons? Also hsope to imzpro 's
handweriting and ;punctusation, but
that's not important. Wris' So\ 2
3250 if interestedl.
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
BRING RESULTS

FOR SALE
rFOR SALE -Coke msochine whichrs i-
penses nosed deinks. Case of Sens-Sen
- threowsn inon tire deal. t Ide recm-
a pansion ext parties. Tisomnachine is
tyrosyearsold asdeoften mixesdrinks
witoutsmuncohScote. Auction wsll bei
hseld onl Olag Mondoy after iJ-Hop.
Mighest bidder storting at $25.
PHIL OASOME USED CARS
Wenmay hav'esomerunursual used ears
alter iJ-Hopweekend.
t -PHIL HADROME USED CARS
FOR RENT -
ROOM3S foeriJ-Hop Woeeksdirenow
foaailable. Moteorussereservatonssby
caliit,,2-3256 ironsdiately. Ossly sin-
.--WANTED TO TRADE
tUNUSED TEXTBOOKS in hre outse
-iltade fos teolly fare to di-toot
: parts.
E USED CARS
G0ING TO HELL-We Isave just she
s ehirle to take you. Previous owner
Ovicd sue to take it and go thsere.
_ Havenst had tsise. Comsplete with
stneosn lasscaps the wind-upCaesar,
e t$02,000.00. See Will Ransoins ued
t crsae trtf.
LOST AND FOUND
-LOST-teenraJordano and Cheats try1
bsuilding. Newaestsoopers oslwo ran
ssosre s tmothea, hone 245;3.'

TAKES A SOCK AT BIG FEET:.
SL Shoos Shoes from Classroomns
The Student Legislature took g.. .~~ teriorating buildings wo
quick action last night on a Ui-
vriyrequest to stoap wear and oto uk
tear on ciampus buildings. Supporting the motion
By a voe of 37 to i2, the Legs- Hollar said that on le:
lature prohibited student front democracy would eevii
wearing shoes in classroom build-
ings in the future. :. ampus if all students Wezl
The action came after a stormy SF lyithout shoes.
hour-long debate which sawo the
Legislatture split along party lines
for theo first time this semest.r.TH MOINs-o
yr Wanda. Daizy who claimer
HILL SHIUMVAN+, speakino for f waO a violation of adenr
the motion. said that would be the ; v. om if students were denii
first step in the revival of the old she called, "Their inaliena]
# campus traditions of Kutnming, 1toersost ls.
IChina. wherre students have not tooersoe ls.
worn shoes to class f or 2.000 years. Local clothing merchant
the action as a 'i step
Tent Clothoon objected, saying F n student government,b
that thoousands of workmten slesman Danny O'Sulliv,
M ould be thrown out of jobs in that it marked the firstn
shoe factories and contractors, AV ERAG~E . STUDENT. 4 Z ward totalitarianism in
with greedy eyes on rapidly do- brfotd o-enI et

ould be
on, John..
yment of
ident ono
'e equal-
posed by
d that it
nic free-
ild wha~t~
ble right-
is hailed
forward
but shoe
'an said
move to-,
student

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CRATIENE1TE presents
Donegal Tw~eed CGears for Spring .,
Sizes 10-16 $34.95
giR
r~e
U~ 55
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Complete Stock of Books and Supplies
for
VETERANS' ACCOUNTS CAPABLY HANDLED
Join the
vVERBECK 0OSTORE-
1216 South University Avenue Phone 4436

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1949 .eC4I
SRNG an SIJMER W LKENS
These New IMPORTED andDOMdESTIC FABRICS
are the most beautiftul weaves and color effects we have
ever shown for y our approval. Values are far superior to
those shown for the past season.
STOP IN at your convenience and examine them. No
obligation on your part, we want you to see these woolens.
See the $55.00 Special which is being shown
in our windows now. '
603 EAST WILLIAM STREET
F. A. TiNKE, Manager
..........S'

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The "SKOONER"
It's another Cl. TIS frst,
a sont , masculine atyle that
ho ls theceyed d a sh o rih tradrtiosal,. Ris
in-builtvalue -hatproves itself with many extra noe
of comlorfleswear. Bart rfttl deep %vnere an-e
heath heay s oe.'ihlired.

TOWN iND PUS ;SHOES
SHOES 0tS Y'L AND C0.1QFOR
IIIi sc-.ir U niversity Ave.

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