ul) old "CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY
et tOnr Fabiyas
Seven Cents a Page
Leave Name and Address
LOST-Chi Omega Pin. Phone
LOST-Last Thursday, green and
black Schaeffer fountain pen. Re-
ward. Call 7225. 21
FOUR-Musicians to play for their
board at M Hut. Piano player, 2
saxophones, drums. 20
WOMAN-Student wants to share
expense of trip to Gary, Ind., week
ends. Can help drive. Address Box
78, Michigan Daily. 17
LAUNDRY - Soft water.;
Towels free; socks darned.
RENT A BIFE-Rfssell Reed. Ray-
ment Radio. Next, to Witham's,
South University. Phone 2-1335.
SHAMPOO-And finger wave. 25c
Tuesdays.AExpert scalp treatment.
Raggecy Ann Shop 19c
FOR RENT-Double room for rent
single, first floor $2.00. Call Health
Service, Mrs. Groves between 9 and
12 and 2 and 4. 19
ONE BLOCK-From campus. Pleas-
ant rooms. Low rent. 513 E. Wil-
liam St. Phone 3330. 18
WASHING-And ironing wanted.
Guaranteed satisfactory. Call for
and deliver. 611 Hoover. Phone
HOME COOKING-For Jewish boys.
611 Hoover St. Phone 2-3478. 18c
'STUDENT AND FAMILY LAUNDRY
--Good soft water; will call for,
and deliver. Telephone 4863 12c
Main Library Displays
Antique Book Bindings
Samples of book binding illustrat-
ing the history of binderies from the
sixteenth century to the present are
being displayed this week in the
lobby of the general library.
The exhibition includes among,
others work by Brunn, Riviere, Cape,
Tout, Launder, Zaehnsdorf, anId
Ramage. There are several books
from the Club Bindery at New York,
an inlaid binding done by the Hamp-
stead Bindery, England, a volume in
Morocco with silk lining papers by
Brunn, a .binding of antique Moroccor
by Zaehnsdorf, and copies from
Thomas Berthelet, Samuel Mearne,
and Le Gascon.
A volume by Aldus, made in Venice
in 1528, and several Persian bind-
ings made up the display of sixteenth
century books. A book with the I$-
lamic star and crescent is exhibited
to show the effect of European
leather work on the Turkish binding.
DANCE Jack Nelson's Band
Free adm. Park plan
,A_ or 50c couple
BEAC H Via Saline, Clinton,
P R andBrooklyn, to
- " "Clark's Lake
0 Talk about a life-saver for this summer heat!
You'll thrill with these new tailored summer cot-
ton stripes. They're ideal . . . live in them .
play in them - you'll always look fresh and cool.
Seersuckers Piques Ginghams Whipcords
East-Liberty at Maynard
NOW ON HAND - A New Supply of the
WHICH WERE OUT-OF-STOCK, LAST WEEK
316 State Street
Goodyear's College Shop
The mid-season clearance of smart footwear is
now - Hundreds of pairs of College Shop st
shoes at worthwhile savings - pumps, strap sty
and ties in black, browns and beige tones -fa
wear for travel wear as well as for early fall.
All Heel heights
Styles and Leathers Appropriate for F
Black, Brown and Beige
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Formerly $3.95 to $6.95
This includes our remaining stock
of white shoes.
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