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SUNDAY, JUNE 29, 1924

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Chairman And Keynoter

COUNr SSI F l ILUE
Ai PAADVEISING U AU 3P E.

TYPEWRITING .

NOTICE

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.Cordell Hull, chairman of the national Democratic committee, congrat-
ulating Senator Pat Harrison of Mis sissippi, on the keynote speech he
made in the national convention. Clarence Mackay, telegraph and cable
mogul, is seen between the two figur es.

TYPEWRITERS{ SPECIAL summer rates at the "Y."
of all makes Three months Senior membership,
Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged $3.50. All privileges.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade FORl RENT
The Typewriter & Stationery Store FOR RE~NT-Suite and single room.
Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith 311 Thompson. Plenty of hot wat-
IiNSTRUCTION fer.
CHORDING on the uke and guitar. FOR RENT - Clean, cool rooms; 3
Also steel playing. Lessons given blocks north of campus. 204 N.
by C. N. Tavares, Hawaiian music-, Ingalls St.
ian, well known oni campus. Call THREE OR Four lighthousekeeping
2908-M. rooms, furnished. 1394-J. 915
Greenwood.
MAH-JONGG lessons Miss Allen. _
Phone 2406. !LARGE desirable room, fine location,
reasonable. Phone 1340-W.
IGARAGE for Rent-1026 Lincoln ave.
AT THlE THEATERS Call 2283-W between 6 and 8. p. in.
LOST
Screen-Today STUDENT'S RECEIPT-Tuesday near
Medical building. Grace Slinger-,
Majestic-Alma Rubens in "Cy- land, Betsy B~arbour House.
therea"; special features.
BROWN hand tooled purse, Tuesday
Orpheum-"Cause for Divorce"; evening. Finder call 1801-R.
Comedy, "The Leather Push- Little. investment - big returns,
ers"; Fox New~s. the Daily Classifieds.-Adv.
Wuerth-"The Way of a Man";
"She Supes to Conquer";
Pathe News.B
Stg-hsWeek HO0US E
Garrick (Detroit) - "What a
Wife"; Boustelle company. will be open as usual
thruout the Summer
School
Patronized Daily Advertisers. f

STATIONERY
ODDS AND ENDS SALE OF
Correspondence Stationery
SAVE ONE-THIRD
Until July First
0. D. MORRILLJ
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter and Stationery Store
Watch Repairing
FINEST Watch Repairing in the city.I
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.
Patronized Daily Advertisers.

TRY;
Failings' Cool Dining
Rooms
714 MONROE STREET
;One block south of Campus,
near State St.
Wonderful Home-Cooked Food for
the Lowest Price
Bring Your Friends and Have
a Table Reserved
"Seeing Is Relieving"

NOTICE
SWIM at the "Y" Pool during the
summer months. Senior member-
ship, 3 months, $3.50.
Watch Page Three for real values.
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Printing and Developing
Our Developing and Printing depart-
ment is especially well fitted to give you
the best possible results from your pic-
tures. - Twenty-four hour serl'ice.
LYNDON & COMPANY
719 North University Avenue

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This advertisement, submitted by Raymond A. Stevens, of
Syracuse University, was awarded second prize in The
Postumn Cereal Company's intercollegiate advert ising contest.
Are You a
Winner-
or a Loser?.
y OU have undoubtedly
;v >.}chosen to be a winner.
You are training your mind
and strengthening your
will.
But what of your body?
Will it sustain you when
the race becomes fast and
strenuous?
To keep in a winning condition, you must
exercise every muscle and organ in the body.
The fuel-supplying organs-the stomach and
the digestive organs-need exercise in the
form of digesting rough foods such as: whole-
wheat bread, bran, and hard cereals.
Grape-Nuts not only exercises these fuel-
supplying organs, but its nutritive elements
of whole-wheat and malted barley, toasted to
a nutty crispness, make it the most delicious
breakfast food you have ever tasted.
IFor a well-balanced diet, try Grape-Nuts
--four teaspoonfuls sprinkled with sugar,
half cream and half miilk. You will call for
it every mnorning. There's a reason.
The Postum Cereal Company
BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN

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CARS FOR SALE
1922 RUNABOUT, FORD ....................$ 80.00
2-1921 FORD RUJNABOUJTS........... ....125.00
1919 FORD TOURING...................................... 65.00
1920 FORD SEDAN ..................................... 100.00
1921 FORD SEDAN..................................... 135.00
1916 CHEVROLET TOURING.............................. 45.040
1921 CHEVROLET RUNABOUT .. ........ ................ 100.00
1917 C ADILLAC TOURING........ ........................ 250.00)
1917 BUICK TOURING.................................... 60.04)
1921 FORD SEDAN......................................25.00
H.o S. PLATT
Ford Sales & Service
316 - 320 E. Huron Phone 727

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