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T HE M IC H IG AN D A ILY

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Flowers For All Occasions
CORSAGES - - CUT FLOWERS - - PLANTS
University Flower Shop
Opposite Michigan Theatre - Phone 9055
SWING IT.
IN THE BEAUTIFUL
BOOK CASINO
FOR A GREAT WEEK-END
MEET THE GANG
IN DETROIT'S SMARTEST SPOT
$1.00 Minimum Weekdays - - - $1.50 Cover Charge Saturday
BOOK-CADILLAC HOTEL
W. O. SEELBACH, Mgr. W. J. CHITTENDEN, Jr., Res. Mgr.
Directed by
NATIONAL HOTEL MANAGEMENT COMPANY, Inc.
RALPH HITZ, President

Dope From The Music Mart
JazzGoing Up Alley, the fact that Thomas Dorsey music industry have been reeling dur-
will hold its annual meeting in Ann ing the past few eeks because of the
But Corn Trade Arbor on the 22nd of this month re- multitudinous Hops and Proms tak-
assuredinvestors who have been ing place on university and college
frightened by the concern's recent campi throughout the United States.
Is Still Strong higgling with such items as Rosalie, Some observers maintain that hops
9_You're A Sweetheart, and Once In are especially in demand. Needless
By COLONEL TENANDER A While. The senior membors of the to say, the economics department has
(Of the Fitchburg Tenanders) board of directors, if forecasts are not commented upon this as yet,
Hopes for a renewed interest in the fulfilled, will insist that Thomas Dor- either. In fact, no department has
band market soared yesterday when sey revert to investments in such solid commented upon this as yet.
it appeared likely that Jan Garber commodities as That's Aplenty, Dar- Chicken Feed Up
danella. China Hoy and Royal Gar-
would not be available in Ann Arbor ( den Blues. President Gil Rodin of Crosby
for the remainder of the current buy- Economically Determined Dixieland Dispensers, Inc., announced
ing season, although shareholders of Trading was very slight in Samuel that his organization wiii announce
Shep Fields' Niagara Power and Light Kay, Blue Barron and other mem- a dividend that will exceed by three
expressed fear at the downward dip bers of the Sway Trust and slight per cent all previous returns to in-
of utilities during the forenoon ses- rallies failed to revive the sluggish vestors. Crosby Dixieland Dispensers
sion. buying and selling of issues offered have been aided by a subsidy from
Jimmy Dorsey's appearance on the by the String Group. Great dispari- the Pennsylvania Hotel and by a re-
exchange list was welcomed by brok- ties in the bids offered various mu- vival in demand for its wax products.
ers and veteran traders as a sure in- sical aggregations for personal ap- Despite the opposition that has
dication that Jazz Preferred is on pearances continued. Observers at- been provided by issues of Crosby,
the firmest footing since nearly a de- tributed this to inertia and ignorance Goodman, and Herman, the stock ar-
cade ago when Chicago Rhythm was of market conditions. This interpre- rangements of members of the grain
foreclosed by Consolidated Ickies, tation has not been commented upon pit have met favorable financial
Inc. The out of town buyers, chiefly by members of the economics depart- treatment. Corn has been selling
from Vermont and Maine, were re- ment yet but it is expected that most especially high, with Henry Busse
ported to be speculating heavily in economists will concur with the above and Clyde McCoy rivalling Guy Lom-
Kay Kyser. analysis. ! bardo and Russ Morgan for greatest
According to observers in Tin Pan Supply and demand curves in the attention from the bidders.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I

WANTED

Mrs. Howard. 613 Hill St. Phone
5244.

MEN and women are offered the high- --
est cash prices for their discarded CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
clothing. See Claude Brown, 512 S. old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
Main. Phone 2-2736. $8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical instru-
TYPING, neatly and accurately done. ments. Ready cash waiting for you.
- Phone Sam. 6304.
VIOLA STEIN, 706 Oakland, phone
6327. Experienced typist. Reason-
able rates.
LAUNDRY
- _ _
SILVER LAUNDRY
Phone 5594 607 E. Hoover
Call For and Deliver--Free of Charge
PRICES ARE FOR WASHING
AND IRONING
Shorts ......................... 4c
Tops .......................... 4c
Socks (pr.) ..................... 3r
Pajamas .......................10e
Shirts .........................14c
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Individually Done-No Marking
236

Aga.in!

FOR SALE
90 ACRE FARM with lake. Good soil.
Five room house. Outbuildings fair.
For quick sale, $2,700 and many
other bargains. Whaley or Clapp.
406 Wolverine Building. Phone
2-1964. Evenings 2-1170.
FOR RENT
SINGLE ROOM for a student in ap-
proved private home. Jewish pre-
ferred. 806 Sylvan. Phone 8135.
FINE ROOM and bath for student
with car. Call 2-2102.
TWO ROOMS: Very quiet. One single,
other single or double. Price rea-
sonable. 1321 North University. is
block from campus. Ph. 8509.
THREE DOUBLE student rooms. New
clean furnishings. Near the campus.
118 N. Thayer.
VACANCY in double room for grad-
uate or undergraduate girl. King's
League House. 818 Lincoln. Phone
2-2117.
SINGLE ROOM for graduate or un-
dergraduate girl. Also vacancy in
double room. Half block from cam-
pus. Wood League House. 725 Ha-
ven. 5938.
ONE DOUBLE, one single. Rent rea-
sonable. Comfortable rooms on sec-
ond floor. 9411. 939 Greenwood.
LARGE DOUBLE with adjoining lav-
atory. Also single room. Shower
bath, Steam heat.
FOR RENT: In private home, two
attractive, well furnished rooms for
one or two persons. Garage. 1715 S.
University. Phone 2-3515.

GINGER ALE

J

LOST AND FOUND
CANDID CAMERA found. Call 8911
and ask for Jim.
FOR SALE
ANTIQUES: Furniture, Sheffield sil-
ver, glass, china, books and jewelry.
Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Fourth
and Ann.
FOR SALE: New retina kodak, filters,
tripod, etc. Big discount. Need cash.
Call 2-1536. Toyoko Nagashima.
SMITH CORONA: Silent portable
typewriter, nearly new. Sacrifice for
cash. 7619 S. University. Phone
2-1536.

Is Selected for the
Official Refreshmemt
at the 1938 J-Hop

The New Hillside
INVITES
THE 1938 J-HOPPERS
TO ENJOY "HILLSIDE HOSPITALITY"
DINE - DRINK - DANCE
COCKTAIL BAR
Located on Plymouth Rd., East of Plymouth on Old U.S. 12
PLYMOUTH, MICH.
C. "Jake" Stremich R. "Gobby" Lorenz

for party service call Ann Arbor 8447

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