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THE MICHICAN-;

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Ready to Serve
From 11a.m. to 1p.m. - 5 to 7p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rioe
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
35 cento
CHINESE and AMEftICAN Style
Short Orders

H. M. H. Air Service. Passenger:
taken up morning or afternoon. $7.50.
Street car crossing.-Adv.
Phone White Swan Laundry-165
We call for your clothes. We was!
in soft water; sew on buttons, and dc
reasonable mending.-Adv.
J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaetion
113 South Main Street
ANN ARBOR, - - iMICHIGAN

Q9iang T1,n
6s X . Liberty st..

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PYronize Daily Advertiers -Adv.

Ulomen
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 ani sophomores begin on Mon-
day, Oct. 18 or on Tuesday, Oct. 19,
according to schedule.
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.
Sophomores who left any of their
gynmasium clothes either at the field
house or at Barbour gymnasium last
semester may obtain them from Mrs.
Blackburn from 2 to 5 o'clock Wednes-
day afternoon, Oct. 20, and from 9 to

Saddle Horse-
By the Hour

LYNDON & COMPANY

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TO YOU BY ACQUIRING THE
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PRIVATE LESSONS
,MLLE LUCE RACHMIEL
802 S. University Ave.
PoeCallfrom 1 to 4
Phone: 1472-M.
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719 North University Avenue

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Are you going to take pictures today?
Better bring the films here for develop-

12 o'clock Thursday morning,Oct. 21.

ing and printing. Your pictures

get

the benefit of our experience and upa

to-date methods.

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Lunches - - Specials
Ice Cream & Candies
EY Home Made Fudge
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We invite you to come in after the
show or dance.
OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
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..iRoonm mecoratfons ..
Pennants Pictures
Banners Laundry boxs & bags
Blankets Oileloth
'Willowrs { uslin
Memory Books Towels and a
Book Ends full line of gift
Sheets and novelties
Pillow cases
DARLING & MALLEAUX
234-226 SOUTH STATE STREET 7 NICKELS ARCADE

All classes in gymnasium work will
begin on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 18
and 19, according to schedule. This
is a correct statement made by Missj
Wood.
The first regular meeting of the Uni-
versity Y. W. C. A. cabinet will be
held at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Margaret Mac D.
Stewart, 1015 Church street.
All girls who are good at printing,
pasting ad general poster-making are
asked to come to the Women's league
rooms in Barbour gymnasium, Friday
afternoon or Saturday morning. Please
bring scissors and attractive mag-
sine corers.
Try outs for the University Girls'
Glee club will be continued at 4 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 19, in room
24, in the School of Music. The date
of the tryout for the Freshman (Sins
Glee club will be anonunced lal r.
Read The Daily for Campus.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT OR SALE-Suital :.for
club or fraternity. Large home
completely furnished, firt class lo-
cation and A-1, oondition. Cn be
beught on terms. Call l)imcansonw,
Harking & Son. Phone :X5, 110 ?.'
Liberty.
FOR RENT - Want 1, two refineJ
young men or wom- n f. occupy
large double room in bc:tiful east
end home. Five blocks from cam-
pus. No other students in house.
$5.00 each per week. Box CC, Daily.
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-Single or double room,
two blocks from Main St. No other
roomers. $5.00 single; $8.00 double.
Phone 1588-J.
FOR RENT-A very desirable suite.
One and a half blocks from cam-
pus. Call 725 Haven Ave., or Phone
2574.
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- 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 SALEj
FOR SALE-Bickerderfer Portable
Typewriter, $15.00. New Fox Port-
able Typewriters, $50.00. Marston, f
555 Packard. Phone 1951-R.
FOR SALE-A 1920 Buick Roadster,
practically new and in A-1 condi-
tion. A bargain for cash. Phone'
between 8 A. M. and 5 P. M., 490.
FOR SALE-Ripe Bartlett Pears and
Jonathan Apples. Just right for eat-
ing. 2305 Geddes Road. Phone
197-W.
FOR SALE-Wireless receiving set.
In walnut case. Call after 8 P. .
510 Benjarmin St.
FOR SALE-Ford roa'dster, equipped
with winter top. Call for Louks at
343.
dKAOI u v i(o'
FOUND-( sleeves in automobile.
Owner .y have same by calling
2072 < paying for this notice.
LO -Phi Delta Theta badge. Re-

(1 if returned to 1437 Washtenaw.
one 396.
MISCELLANEOUS
MISS M. SHELLHORN dressmaker.
Room 24, Wuerth Arcade. Coed's a
specialty.

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those you would favor with
a mark fs-ur personal es-
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it ; xculd be i. -e appro-
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See Our Line arni
,Lake an Appointrinc -
CORBITT &
H AM I LT ON i
334 South tate Streut
Teleph 303-W
QUA ATY
COUI TESY
SERV'I+CE
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Warm And Comfortable
Attractive In Both
Price and Quality.
Tailored To Fit You
From The Cloth You Like
At A Price That Will
Please Your Pocketbook.
Ccme In Today
Order Your Fall O'Coat.
We Guarantee
You'll Be Well Pleased.

Overcoats

Gordon Leather and Sheep Lined

Coats

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Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

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THIS .
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P. M.

LASSIFE
AflVERTISI NO

THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
,AT 3P. M.

Manufacturers Display
and Sale of Fr s

LOST AND FOUND
LOST--- 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 - Probably in room B, Lady
building, Tuesday morning, small
black pocket book. Name of own-
er on card within. Finder call 663-W
or leave in Secretary's office. Re-
ward.
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. tUniver-
sity.
LOST-A red silk umbrella. Finder
please return to Wooloff Brayton,
416 E. Huron. Phone 299-W.
LST-Pair of shelled ring glasses,
sbmetime in September. Reward.
Daily office.
LOST-Fountain pen made in Sioux
City, Ia.Think it was lost inFarm-
ers and Mechanics Bank. Call 450-W.
Reward.
LOST-Blasdale Quantitative Analy-
sis. Willard's Quantitative Manual.
Louis S. Pratt, 607 E. Ann. 1175-J.
LOST - Meal ticket - on the Arcade
Cafeteria. Name, Killalea on ticket.
Return. to this office. Box G.

WANTED
WANTED-A room-mate in a double
room. Electric light, hot air, bath
and phone. $3.50 a piece. Well
equipped for study. Freshman eng-
ineer preferred. 409 N. Division St,
WANTED-A room-mate by upper-
classman. Two rooms two blocks
from campus. Call 1223-J. 801 E.
Huron St.
WANTED- Student with experience
wishes position in store all day
Wednesday and from 3 to 6 other
days. Phone 976-J. Mr. Pearson.
WANTED-High prices paid for your
old clothes. Phone 1981-W and Vill
call at you rconvenienee.
WANTED-Women students with bus-
iness ability who wish to earn good
money. Address Box DD.
WANTED-A roon-mate to share nlee
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-A room-mane. Nice room
in private family. $2.50 per week.
Phone 1901-1.
WANTED-Student laundress want-
ed. Box AD., Daily.
WANTED-Cook for fraternity o .
men. Phone 785.

very girl loves beautiful furs. The luxury of
fur coat or neckpiece is simply irresistible.
nd every girl loves to see lovely furs. This
1il be your opportunity to look over and
p:irchase, if you wish, the best in the fur line.
On Friday and Saturday of this week, we will
have a display and sale of manufacturers' line
of furs. Coats of every description, long, short
and three-quarter length, of practically ev-
ery kind of fur and every style. Neckpieces,
scarfs, made of the whole skin, or tiny chok-

i

ers as you please.

Muffs, to match scarfs, or

Separate

if you so choose.

Capes,

coatees,

stoles, in fact every style and fur you may
want, We cordially invite your inspection of
this really fine line of furs. Friday and Satur-
day of this week in our second floor salons.

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