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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

* CLASSIILED ADS.
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any time

Parker's, Moore's

Conklin's

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pay you to visit

Store

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All Polish students are requested
to gather at Professor Zoweki's resi-
dence, 1304 Gedes avenue, Saturday
evening at 8 o'clock.
Junior: law football candidates re-
port for practice at South Ferry field
Monday at 3 p. m..
Literary freshmen are requested to
report to Dr. May for physical exam-
ination any day except Saturday from
10 to 12 and 2 to 5 to 5:30.
Every junior lit who ever played
football meet at second floor Tappan
hall at 10:15 a.m.
Meeting of all candidates for Mich-
iganensian staff Sunday morning at
11:00 at office in the Press Building.
All old band men meet at McMillan
Hall at at 1 o'clock today. Those not
having uniforms call on "Ike" Fischer,
207' W. Ann St., after 10 a. m. today.
Meeting of the Lyceum Club, Tues-
day, Oct. 10, 4:30 p. m., room'404 Uni-
versity Hall, N. W. All old men be
sure to attend. Candidates for this
year's club report immediately to
Prof. Hollister.
First meeting of Alpha Nu in the
society roms, fourth floor, U. Hall, to-
night at 7:30. All interested are in-
vited to attend.
An indoor picnic for Methodist girls
will be given at the church this af-
ternoon at three o'clock.
A social for Methodist men will be
held tonight in the guild room of the
church. Entrance on Washington St.
All welcome.
All college girls who wish to secure
work by the hour apply in person be-
tween 10 and 12 at Newberry hall.
All faculty ladies desiring student
help send in names to Employment Bu-
reau between 10 and 12 at Newberry
hall.
'AT MANUFACTURER'S COST.
4
Shoes repaired while you wait. Ad-
dress, 222 S. State St. 3tf
Salz pens are going fast, join the
fellow with the big smile he just pur-
chased one of those $6.00 pens-at $2.50.
J. L. Skinner, 306 State St.
SENIOR LAWSS
Let us typewrite your Practice Court
Work. McNitt & Lewis, Law Type-
writers, 302 S. State. 1244-J. 4
MONDAY.
Your last chance to get a Salz pen
at half price. J. L. Skinner, 306 State
St.
4

Lost-Friday a. m. on Campus between
West Hall and Alpha Phi House,
A. Conklin self-filling pen. Reward.
Phone 1315-L. 4-5
Lost-Michigan Union Membership
Book numbering from 981 to 990,
with one membership ticket sold.
If found please return to Union. 4
Lost-Brown leather purse with the'
.name Elizabeth Burns, Mt. Pleasant,
printed on flap. Finder phone
1066-J or call at 508 Hill St. 4
Lost-Small red memorandum book
containing chemical laboratory cou-
pon, physics lab. coupon, and clas-
sification slip. Return to Walter
Thienes, 1,000.East Washington and
claim reward. 4
Wanted-Girls to sell S. L. A. tickets.
See treasurer, U. Hall today. 4
Wanted-Boarders. Good Board at
Beverley's, 233 S. Ingalls. Separate
tables for girls. $3.50 per week in
advance. 4
Wanted-S. L. A. ticket sellers. One
man in each fraternity and club, as
well as men to canvass the town.
See treasurer, U. Hall 8 to 12 a. m.
and after the game today.r 4
Wanted-Young Lady to represent us
at the University of Michigan. Ap
ply either direct to us or care of the
Michigan Daily. S. LIEBERMANN
& Co., Tailor Made Dresses, 507 W.
Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Ill.
4 & 5

WELL! WELL! WELLI
ON THE THRESHOLD OF THE BEST YEAR
We're going to break all previous recc
with the cooperation of 5000 students, I pr
Also, I propose to make more and- betterp
year than ever, and to do this I want you
TURES OF EVERYTHING THAT HAP]
to a fudge party.
To do this I want you (all of you) to
and just say the word, I'll do the rest.
And now let us not be misunderstood I
ers. We carry, by all means, the largest :
KODAKS, CAMERAS and F
in Ann Arbor and we invite you to come i
We also call your attention to our fi
we guarantee to give you the very bes
modern methods-including tank develo
When we develop or print your films, they
thoroughly washed, and your prints are th
in 50 years from now they will be as clear e
because we do the work thoroughly. V
years experience right here in Ann Arbor
Com in for Developing, Printl
SPECIAL--250"M
11 1-2 x 15 1-2, Heavy Art Cloth Loosi
Only 95c ea
BANNERS, PENNANTS, P1

20NE
S ,me as you bu
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using our service

Company

For Sale- .One good second hand
typewriter cheap. -Call 825-L or in-
quire at 317 E. Jefferson St. 1tf
For Rent-Large pleasant suite of
rooms two blocks from campus. All
conveniences, $4.00. 607 East Liber-
ty Street. 4 & 5
For Bent-One large front suite. Fine
light. One and one half blocks from
Campus. 1215 S. University. 4
Found-A coin purse containing mon-
ey and jewelry. Owner may have1
same by describing and paying for
this ad.' Call for business mana-
ger at Michigan Daily office.
4
Kollauf cuts and makes clothes for
the college men. Old Post Office Bldg.
Main and Ann Sts. 3tf
SENIOR LAWS!
Let us typewrite your Practice
Court Work. McNitt & Lewis, Law
Typewriters, 302 S. State St. 1244-J.
Open all the time. 3-4
For a quiet afternoon or evening go
up the Huron. U. of M. BOAT LIV-
ERY. '1-25
A REMINDER
I don't like to harp on the same old

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without
ishuess.

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Hats, Caps

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Treasures Office In U. H

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LET

RUBEY
ish the Ice Cream for
Your Party

A BARGAIN
Jumbo fountain pens hold 3 .times
the ink as ordinary pen holds. Regu-
lar price $8.00. Sale price $3.95. J.
L. Skinner, 306 State St.
4
The Hobart Guild. of- St. Andrew's
Church will hold a.:reception for all
university students. affiliated with the
Episcopal Church, in Harris Hall on
Saturday, Oct. 7th at 8 p: m. Any
students- belonging to the Episcopal
Church, who do not receive their invi-
tations for this reception through the
mail, are requested to call for them
at Harris Hall, from 1-2 or 7-8 p. m.,
Friday or Saturday. 3

A Thumb Pre

thing; but get busy'
pen at half price.
$3.00 pens at $1.50,$
$6.00 pens at $2.50.
State St.

if you want a Salz
$2.00 pens at 90c,
$4.00 pens at $2.00,
J. L. Skinner, 306

Fills and

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Pianos to Rent. Terms
Schaeberle & Son, Music
S. Main St.

reasonable.
House, 110
tf

Clubs and

We set glass. Major & Co.
'Phones.

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Frats

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Say, boys have you visited the
R oom Home Tea Room? Just the place
to take your lady friend. It is
Est place to eat in the city, everything home made
prge reception hal and rest room. No better place could
. open from 7:30 a m. to 7:30 pdm. 109 E. Wash. St. 2nd f loop
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All Cars Stop at

GOODYEAR'S

Self-Filling
Fountain Pen
____Instantly
You never have to carry an
empty Conklin Pen around, for
any inkwell is a source of instant sup-
ply. Neither do you have to coax or
force the Conklin to write. At the first
touch of pen to paper the ink responds
instantly and writes steadily without
scratch, skip, blot or sputter.
Ink reservoir guaranteed for five years.
Finest 14-k hard iridium pointed gold pens
in all points and for. all special uses-manifold-
ing, bookkeeping, stenography, etc. $3.00 and up.

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The largest and finest stock in the city to select from.
It pays you to come down town to make your purchases.

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ke it to F our measure-from the season's newest
y only, can you have distinctive looking clothes
e.
, Dieterle, Varsity Tailor
117 East Liberty Street

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Girls!!

Quick
Home'

Service and Fresh
Made Candies Daily
at the

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