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keep your clothes clean. We
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Phone 165.-Adv.

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STUDENTS'. SUPPLY STORE
1111 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE
We carry a complete line of
supplies
Fountain Pens Shop Tools
Drawing Sets Note V ooks
"N" Stationery
Come in and get acquainted
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT

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Featuring Brogue Oxfords

Annual tryouts for membership in
Masques will be held at 4 o'clock Wed-
nesday afternoon in Sarah Caswell
Angell hail. All University women,'
including freshmen, who are interest-
ed in stage-craft or play production,
are eligible to membership.
Memberships for the Women's Ath-
lotic association will be taken from
9:30 to 11:30 o'clock this morning in
Barbour gymnasium.
Freshmen and sophomores are re-
minded to keep their medical appoint-
ments. These appointments have pre-
cedence over classes.
Classes in outdoor work for fresh-
men and sophomores begin on Mon-
day, Oct. 18 or on Tuesday, Oct. 19,
according to schedule.
Freshmen and entering sophomores
are requested to buy their gymnasium
clothes at Moe's athletic goods store
at once. These clothes are to be pre-
sented to Mrs. Blackburn, each piece
marked with2full name, before Wed-
nesday, Oct. 20.
All University houses which have
organized and elected a president are
requested to report the name of the
elected officer to Marguerite Chapin,
'20, at Barbour gymnasium.
TWO ENGAGEMENTS ARE
ANNOUNCED DURING WEEK
Louise Warren, '22, of Three Oaks,
Michigan, announced her engagement
to John F. Larkin, '23, of Dowagiac, at
a dinner party at the Delta Gamma
house last Wednesday night. Mr.
Larkin is a member of the Sigma Chi
fraternity.

REST
home of Sweet and Purity
Always Fresh
302 S. Main Phome 474-W

We Wash

Soft Water

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Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources........$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
OUR SODAS
AND SUNDAESj
ARE THEY GOOD? j
I'LL SAY THEY ARE
FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
Corner State and Liberty
TUTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
Crowded every meal
BUT
Room for All Our
Last years customers
One half block South
of " MAJ"f

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ONE DAY SERVICE ON REQUEST
White Swan Laundry Company
DETROIT and CATHERINE STS.
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SAY F ELLO W S,
Do you want your mu-
sical instruments re-
paired? If so, t a k e
them down town to
SCHAEBERLE & SON'S
MUSIC...H.U.E
They specialize in the
repairing of all musi-
cal instruments
SCHAEBERLE & SON'S
MUSic HOUSE
116 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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Sew on Buttons,
and do Reason-
able Mending

We Save Your Clothes By Taking I
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Walk-Overs, of Course
Price 14,15, 16 Dollars
Cordovanx or R'ussi +n Calf

The engagement of Velma Forgy,
'23, of Owensboro, Kentucky, to Floyd
L. Larkin, '23, of Battle Creek, has

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NOTE THfE PRICE AGAIN

Walk-Over Boot

115 South Main Street

Shop

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. DVERTISING

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-On corner of State and Wil-
liam a gold "M" pin set in pearls.
Between 2 and 3 o'clock Saturday.
Finder please return to Jas. R. Os-
wald, 603 Madison and"get reward.
LOST-In room 348 Eng. Bldg., Oct.
5, pocketbook containing money,
wrist-watch strap and card with
owner's name and address. Return
to Newberry renidence.
LOST-IN Engineering Bldg "Gray's
Principals and Practice of Electrical
Enginering. Please call Every,
2738.
LOST-Between Newberry and Mar-
tha Cook-brown pocketbook con-
taining money and papers. Finder
please call 217. Reward.
LOST-Alpha Phi pin. Name on back.
Finder please call 368. Reward.
Florence Freeman, 814 S. Univer-
sity.
LOST-Phi Delta Theta badge. Re-
ward if returned to 1437 Washtenaw.
Phone 319.
LOST-K. K. G. sorority pin. Name
on.back. Finder please call 390. Re
waid.
LOST-A red silk umbrella. Finder
please return to Wooloff Brayton,
416 E. Huron. Phone 299-W.

FOR RENT
I FOR RENT OR SALE-Suitable for
club or fraternity. Large home
completely furnished, first class lo-
cation and A-1 condition. Can be
bought on terms. Call Dimcanson,
Harking & Son. Phone 345, 110 E.
Liberty.
FOR RENT-Several apartments one
block from campus. We write In-
surance of all kinds-Potter and
Allshouse-601-4 1st National Bank.
Telephone 2072.
FOR RENT-At 311 Thompson, a large
double room and a signle room.
Terms reasonable. Two blocks from
campus. Boys.
FOR RENT-Single or double room,
two blocks from Main St. No other
roomers. $5.00 single; $8.00 double.
Phone 1588-J.
FOR RENT-Fine large suite for 2 or
3 men. Two blocks from campus.
1317 Washtenaw. Phone 1619-J.
FOR RENT-Pleasant, furnished, light
housekeeping apartment, four rooms.
909 Mary St.
FOR RENT-One room in faculty fam-
ily to instructors or-upperclassmen.
Phone 1555-W.
FOR RENT- Pleasant single room
conveniently located. Phone 1079-W,
549 Packard.
FOR RENT-Single room in desirable
location close to campus, reason-
able. Call 1234-M.
FOR RENT-Single room for rent for
lady. 312 S. Division St. Phone
212-J.
FOR RENT- Suite of rooms. Two
blocks from campus. Price 9.00.
Answer FF, care of Daily.
FOR RENT-Two suites and one large
room all decorated for boys or mar-
ried couple. 545 E. University Ave.
FOR RENT-Garage east of campus.
524 Linden St. Phone 2328-J.
FOR RENT-A very desirable single
room. Inquire 315 S. Division.

been announced. I _ Il iltllllllhI llllit lili I
Former Students' Marriage Announced
Lilliam Purmort Davis, ex-'21, of O T O -
Grand Rapids, announced her mar- E
riage to Fred George Cadwell, ex-'23, - G R A P H S
Monday noon at the Alpha Phi house.E
mad Delta fraternity and a resident of - AS CHRISTMAS GIFTS--
Ann Arbor. The marriage took place mean more pleasure to your E
April 6, at Windsor, Can. Mr. and relatives and friends and less
Mrs. Cadwell will leave in a few weekst-
for Long Beach, Calif., where they trouble to you._
will make their home...
FOR SALE Make an Appointment
FOR SALE-Essex roadster. Practic- E Before the Holiday Rush!
ally new, run only 3,000 miles. Five E
Cord tires and complete equipment. ~~ -E
Mechanically perfect and a hbargain C
for cash. Dr. S. G. Bush, Chelsea. _CVO R B IT T & E
Phone 27. =HAMILTON
FOR SALE-Ripe Bartlett Pears and2E
Jonathan Apples. Just right for eat- 334 South State Street
ing. 2305 Geddes Road. Phone =
1907-W. Telephone 303-W
FOR SALE - Gibson Mando-Cello.E
Practically new, fair price. Over-'=
land Garage. Phone 2440, evenings. Q U A LIL TYE
FOR SALE-Ford roadster, equipped C O U R T E S Y
with winter top. Call for Louks at S E RV I C E
343.
WA NTED ' illiltl1111 ttiillltlllllltlilttllllltlllllti. .
WANTED-Will the man who borrow-
ed my Conklin fountain pen in the
Treasurer's office last Wednesday
return it to 618 Church St. C. W.
Kinney.
WANTED-Student who is good pen- Headque
man and who is able to teach pen-
manship and bookkeeping. Apply in Starrett'
longhand to Box F, Daily.

CHEMISTRY COATS

HOSPITAL COATS

Waist

Aprons,

Bib Aprons, Rubber

Aprons, Class Toques, Freshman Caps
Parcel Post Laundry Boxes
Clothing, Furnishings and Hats
Ayres and Smith Caps

DENTISTRY COATS

OVERALLS AND COVERALLS

Wadhams & Co.

TwO COMPLETE STORES

STATE STREET '

MAIN STREET

p.

arters for Students Wants
s Inside and Outside Calipers
This week-90c each

WANTED-A room-mate by
Glassman. Two rooms two
from campus. Call 1223-J.
Huron St.

upper-
blocks
801 E.

)ST-Pair of
sometime in
Daily office.

shelled rim glasses,
September. Reward.

OUND--Money on steps of Tappan
Hall, Tuesday about 11. Owner
call 1104.
OST-Theta Delta Chi Fraternity pin
in Chemistry Bldg. Finder please
call 395.
MISCELLANEOUS
ISS M. SHELLHORN dressmaker.
Room 24, Wuerth Arcade. Coed's a
specialty.
FOR SALE
OR SALE-A banjo mandolin. Call
1828-J.

WANTED-Good bass soloist wanted;
for church work. Apply 312 S. Di-j
vision St. Phone 212-3.
WANTED-High prices paid for your
old clothes. Phone 1981-W and will
call at you rconvenience.
WANTED-typewriter, any standard
make. Must be -in good condition.
Care Michigan Daily, Box D.
WANTED-Women students with bus-
iness ability who wish to earn good;
money. Address Box DD.
WANTED--Man or woman with some
experience in teaching shorthand.
Apply Box F, Daily.
WANTED-A room-mate to share nice
clean suite. $4.00 a piece. 934 S.
State St.
WANTED-Student on second floor
wishes room-mate. Inquire 517 S.
Division. Phone 2627-M.
WANTED--Student laundress want-
ed. Box AD., Daily. ,

Plumb Machinists' Hammers, 6-inch steel rules,
2-foot brass-bound rules, Nail sets, Blue Crayon,
Pocket Knives, Yale Padlocks
Wallace Electric Study Lamps, Electric Fixtures
Auto Strop, Gillette and other safety razors
All Makes Safety Razor Blades Sharpened
Only Hardware Near the Campus
Telephone 1610

Prices Right

- Service Prompt

M. D. LARNED
310 S. STATE ST.
State Street Hardware

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