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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, February 6, 1943

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CLASSIFIED AiVEfTIStNG

V Afiter the Ball

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ROOMS FOIR BOYS
DOUBLE roo'-n second floor.
1026 Oakltand Phone 3195.
ONE SUITE snd a double room
for boys, it. 1ackof the Union.
514 Thompon
.NE SUITE oi':e doubles, and
two single rooms for boys. 719
Church, POne 2-2928.
A SINGLE ro Infor a boy in a
quiet hoome. 303 East Madison.
Phone 2-24117
COZY single r0o0ms for "student
boys with vesr comfortable beds.
509 Sauer C,. Phone 2-2442.
rINGLE or douobe room for stu-
dious yong men. 717 South
Divisiorn Phone 2-1284.
DOUBLE roo= for boys; $3.50
each. Single room, $2.00. 217
North Ingais. Phone 7257.
5'ERY CLEAIIN oms with lots of
quiet-boti. siale and double.
216 Nortli Stote. Phone 2-1626.

INSTRUCTION
PIANO instruction by Edith Koon,
formerly on faculty of the Uni-
versity Music School. Call 23354.
ALEXANDRIA School of Cosme-
tology-You may have a fortune
in your fingers, who knows? In-
vestigate our complete training
of six months. 324 Maynard.
Phone 4702.
MISCELLANEOUS
MIMEOGRAPHING-thesis bind-
ing. Brumfield and Brumfield.
308 S. State.
CASH-You are offered the high-
est price for your discarded clo-
thing. Claude H. Brown. Phone
22736. 512 South Main.
RARE ANTIQUES - Pieces from
the famous Stern Collection-
carved cabinets - glassware -
14th century cabinet and many
rare and valuable pieces. See
Mrs. Adams, expert in this line
-215 N. 4th Ave. or Phone
2-4637.
THE BLUEBIRD Beauty Salon
greets the students and wishes
them the best of luck for the
coming semester. Remember for
an air of confidence that means
so much for success you need
to have that well groomed look
-so stop in and have us rig you
out in a new coiffure and mani-
cure at the most reasonable
rates in town. Phone 9616. 5
Nickels Arcade,
TYPING
EXPERT TYPING: Experienced
in thesis and Hopwood manu-
scripts. 10c per page. Mrs. Eley
at 915 E. Huron. Phone 24108.

INGLE sand
boys, cormprert
beds and ?.
81693.

oruble rooms for
with comfortable
S512 Hill. Phone

)NE SINGIE and one double
room com -wete ith inner spring
mattresse: 307 North State.
Phone 55732

A SUITE (dr
inner sprong
furnishedn.
wood. Pthone

ii room); single
moactress in suite,
ce((y. 953 Green-
g44.

HIEILP WANTED

,N EXPERENiCED operator de- ALTERATIONS
sired-alie t 1 ive permanents,
manicure , f_. erwaves. Will pay EXPERT alterations on women's
well. If inwtred e call at Dimat- garments promptly done. Alta
tia's Holywod mrSalon, 1114 S. Graves. Phone 22678. Opposite
University or hone 7561. Stockwell.
Buy War Bonds & Stamps-Invest in Victory

AFTER THE BALL.-.-.
We never tire of the luxuries of
life and we're simply aghast at
the marvelous selection of per-
fumes, colognes, and cosmetics
at the MADEMOISELLE SHOP.
There's Lelong, D'Orsay, Fabrege,
Matchabelli, Schaparelli, Hd-
nut, Tabu, Ayer, Revlon, Chen
Yu, and many others for the
girls and special Yardley and
Lentheric preparations for the
men.
IS OVER ...
Who Wouldn't get excited about
lovely stoeings?T he little L
France hosiery featured at the
ROBERT'S GIFT SHOP is really
super! Sheer rayon in all the new
colors and it looks exactly like
silk. And the lisle mesh stock-
ings are just the thing for school
. . 79c to $165.
AFTER THE BREAK . .
Boys!! Do you know it's almost
Valentines Day? If you're wor-
ried about what to get your best
girl, be sure to drop In to
EIBLER'S JEWELRY STORE and
see their array of brooches, neck-
laces, and bracelets . . . moder-
ately priced, a perfect gift for
any girl anywhere.
OF DAWN --..
Scouting the shops, we really hit
the jackpot at CAULKINS-FLET-
CHER. For a limited time only
. a $2 jar of Elmo special
formula coream designed to
strengthen the skin, to prevent
after-exam fatigue lines beneath
the eyes, 'only $1. And a nifty
little box of assorted Lucien Le-
long soaps for onlyt$1. Incident-
ally, you can use 'em for sachet
in your sweater drawer.
AFTER THE STRANGERS
Sweaters galore . . . in all lu-
ious colors! They'll show you
pullovers from rose and mist
grey to cedar and cherry at the
COUSINS SHOP. They're all wool,
angora, nylon, or imported alpaca
priced as low as $4. And for that
added touch, have a dickie of the
new sakana material that washes
so beautifully.

LEAVING ...
Men!' . . here's a bright bit of
news for the second semester!
SAFFELL & BUSH proudly an-
nounces their Nunn Bush and
Edgerton make shoes. The moc-
casin type . . . rubber soled at
only $6.50. Other wing tip and
cap toe styles of Scotch and Calf
grain at only $11. The Nunn Bush
shoe is ankle fashion-no gap-
ping or slippiag at the heel.
AFTER THE DANCERS
We've found another suggestion
for Valentine items at CAUL-
INS-FLETCHER in the Tau lip-
stick and perfume combination
. . . platinum and black case
with a vial perfume container on
top. As for perfumes, there's
Chanel 5, Intoxication by D'Or-
say, Tabu, and a darling heart-
dart shape bottle of Chi-Chi.
HAVE GONE...
You haven't seen anything, girls,
till you've seen the snappy spring
suits at the MADEMOISELLE
SHOP - shetlands, gabardines,
plaids, and tweeds in regular or
Jr. sizes. You'll adore the "Jeep"
jackets on the shetlands and the
four button fitted coats that are
so - smart this year. And as for
colors-they come in everything
from pastels to navy and grey.
Be sure to get a matching dickie.
MANY A HEART .. .
Just the thing for your new
spring suit--the marvelous col-
lection of blouses at the ELIZA-
BETH DILLON SHOP. They have
the tailored ones with faggotting
around the collar and the pock-
ets at only $2.50 and the round
neck prints with long fll sleeves
and buttons down the back . . .
from 02.59 to $5.95. And for you
who love dainty blouses, there
are the sheer dotted swiss with
their tiny crystal buttons.
S BROKEN ...
A penny in your pocket and a
brand new bag to pep up your
spring suits. You won't want
to miss seeing the new spring
bags at MR. FOSTER'S REMEM-
BRANCE SHOP. We are par-
ticularly fond of the saddle
stitched leather ones and there
are many colors-brown, luggage
tan, dark green, and red

COULD WE BUT ...
Suits, suits, suits ... we college
girls love them dearly and we'll
always want lots of suits. KES-
SEL'S has the 100% wool gab-
ardine suits we've all been hunt-
ing for. They have long tailored
jackets and one pleat in the
front and the back of the skirts.
KESSEL'S spring suits come in
black, navy, brown, coffee brown,
beige, and light blue.
COUNT THEM ALL ...
Back to school for a brand new
semester and with a brand new
outlook and a brand new collec-
tion of sweaters, skirts, and
blouses from the CAMPUS SHOP
.. long boxy sweaters from $3.95
up and all wool plaid skirts $5
up. The tailored blouses come in
cotton and crepe with both long
and short sleees and ae tsey
ood lookingl
MANY A HOPE . .
A bit of the Old world brought
to the New World through re-
cordings-CHEE LAI, SONGS OF
NEW CHINA sung by Paul Robe-
son and the Chinese Workers'
chorus, Keynote 109, $2.98 .
FIGHTING MEN OF NORWAY,
songs of Norway's democratic
fighters with English transla-
tions, Keynote .114, $2.98 . .
CHETNIK GUERRILLA SONGS,
songs of the fighting guerrillas
of Yugoslavia, English transla-
tions, Keynote 113, $2.98 . . . sold
at the RADIO AND RECORD
SHOP, north end of Diagonal.
HAS VANISHED ...
Have a Chesterfield!-but this
time it's a Chesterfield suit
rather than a cigarette-and in
white wool at that, for only
$29.95-a real bargain if we've
ever seen one-and as stylish as
can be. You can find it plus a
marvelous selection of spring
plaid skirts from $2.95 to $10.95
at the JUNE GREY SHOP, 1113
S. University.
AFTER THE BALL. . .
A hat and a bag to match-sets
for Milady as advertised in vogue
and Mademoiselle as "just the
thing for spring" are found in
Ann Arbor at the HAT BOX.
They come in straw, felt, and
taffeta-we're sure you'll love
the stripe and check ones. And
incidentally, girls, there's a new
assortment of separate spring
hats and bags just in.

To 010e11 your Victory Ball week-end complete, enjoy
a rio lner wtil your date and friends in the warm
at030-'t oore of the ALLENEL Dining Room.
CIAL VICTORY DINNER $1.75
Choice of One:
Tomao Juice . . . irit Cri . . . Solrs
31ess Sirloin Steak, Drartn Butter
Allenel Special Steak
S / Beef Tenderloin, Fried Afshroors
Rosr Clng Tom Turkey, Dressing, Cranberry SaUce
Broiled Lake Trout, Tartar Sauce
Half Chicken, Fried, Allenel Style
Ali French Fried Potatoes rresh Peas
I etice Salad, French Dressing
Dessert
ALLENEL HON TEEL
4i, .241 126 LAST HURON STREET

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