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October 16, 1922 - Image 8

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THE MICHIGAN DAIL\

IAT'S GOING ON
E-Copy for this column should
ubmitted by 5:30 o'clock o4
ay before publication.
MONDAY
found-Up club smoker at Union.
ten's Educational Club at the
L, room 318.
.11 student's from Cleveland and
wood meet in room 804, Un-I

blocks at $2, $3, $4, and $5 each.
Camp Davis men may secure prints
of pictures taken this summer by
calling at the surveying depart-
ment and ordering them.
There is an exhibition of portraits of
leaders of the war in Alumni Mem-
orial hall daily from 2 to 5 o'clock.
This is given under the auspices of
the Ann Arbor Art association.
Barristers, senior law honor society,
will initiate 10 members of the sen-
ior law class into membership at 3
o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Dean
Bates of the Law school will speak
at the banquet to be held at the Un-
ion on the evening of initiation.
VETERANS GATHER FOR
AMERICAN LEGION MEET
(Continued from Page One)
fill in the time between th business
meetings of the organization.
The question of. the bonus bill is
slated for much discussion at this
year's gathering. In addition to this
the convention will elect a national
commander and select a meeting place

ARENTINA OIL 1FIELDS
ATTRA CT PROSPECTOR
Buenos Aires.--The cil possibilities
of Argentina have already attracted
Standard Oil, Anglo-Persian, and the
Royal-Dutch groups, and now smaller
investors are beginning to appear in
the field. The latest arrivals are the
Chileans, and three prospecting cor-
porations have been floated in that
country with the object of exploiting
lands in the Comodoro Rivadavia and
Neuquen territories of Argentina.
Since the Standard Oil Company of
New Jersey purchased the properties
of the Compania de Petroleo de Chal-
laco for $2,000,000 (Argentine paper),
Standard Oil of California has taken
over extensive prospecting rights on
the other side of the Neuquen field
and near the Standard of New Jer-
sey's concessions, which border the
River Covunco. A new corporation,

which will work with Argentine capi-
tal, has just offered stock to the pub-
lic and intends, if the flotation is a
success, to prospect in the Covunco
district also.
The West India Oil Company is
completing a large refinery at the
Port of Bahia Blanca, through which
practically all the oil produced in Ar-
gentina must pass on its way to mar-
ket, and proposes to construct a sim-
ilar plant in Uruguay, probably at
Montevideo. A number of geologists
are at work in the last-named repub-
lic and it is believed that that coun-
try, too, has great possibilities as an
oil producer of the future.
When you want something, try a
"Daily" classified ad. It will help
you.-Adv.

Intramural Itms
(Continued from Page Seven)
Cross Country
Coaches Sullivan and Farrell are
planning an all-campus across coun-
'try run to be held in about two weeks.
All departments as well as most of
the fraternities are expected to have
entrants.
The interest in cross country run-
ning this year has been wide-spread,
more than 100 men working out, daily
under the coaches; While no material
of varsity caliber has been unearthed
as yet the result of this interest has
been pleasing to the coaches.
Speed Ball
Speed ball games scheduled for to-
morrow are: League 3. At 3:30, Phi

Sigma vs. Alpha Delta Phi. Chi Psi vs. Trigon. Theta Delta Chi vs. Beta.
vs. Acacia. League 4" At 4:30, Phi Theta Phi.
Delta Theta vs. Nu Si.ma Nu. Phi--4
Sigma Delta vs. Sinfonia. (At 3:30.) Corduroy Coats $6.50 up, Wild and
League 5. At 4:30, Phi Kappa Sigma Co.-Adv.

Early'Ensian sit-
tings best!

raW club meets
of officers.

at Union.

U-NOTICES
Tye management of the Uiversity
School of Music announces that the
number of orders for Choral Union
concert tickets has been so great
that the entire allotment of seats in
Block A and B ($6 and $5 tickets)
has been exhausted. No more or-
ders will be received at these prices.
There is still opportunity to 'secure
tickets in Block C' and D (top bal-
cony) at $4.50 and $5 and such or-
ders will be received until further
notice.
For the Extra concert series tickets
may still be ordered in all four

They save considerable time

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Announsing
that:

OR you can set the
hour - if you do it

for the coming year.

the Andes

Petroleum Corporation,

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now.

Later

on the

W hitney
Theatre

Mon.
Oct. 23

John Ward
Men's Shoes

crowds

will

necessitate

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D D508 East William

THE MOST MELLIFLUOUS OF ALL MUSICAL COMEDIES

Sue

Dear

SPECIAL CHICKEN OR STEAK
DINNER
Sunday, October 15th
CHICKEN DINNER, 75c
Chicken soup, mashed potatoes,,
choice of two vegetables, pie or
ice cream, and coffee, .tea, or
milk, besides the most delicious
roast young chicken you ever
tasted.

wil display at
MICHIGAN
thruQut the coming collej year with the new-
est and best in conservativly correct footwear
at prices ranjing from $7 to $10. The first dis-
play of the season wil be at:
KYER'S
Corner N. Univ. and Thayer
Monday
John ward
Men's Shoes,
GENERAL OFFISES: 121 DUANE STREET
NEW YORK CITY

your taking your turn.
It's no more expensive
to have it done early; it's
much more satisfactory
Telephone 604-W today.
Be among the first photographed!

COMING TO US
DIRECT FROM ITS FOUR MONTHS' SUCCESSFUL RUN AT THE
TIMES SQUARE THEATER, N. Y.

With Its Own Original Production
Virginia O'Brien George Sweet
Bradford Kirkbride Bobbie O'Neil
Alice Cavenaugh Berta Donn

and Splendid Cast, Including
John Hendricks
Madeline Grey
Peppy Albrew

!

SPortits
619 East Liberty Street

And if this doesn't tickle your
palate, you can order the same
dinner with T-Bone Steak in-
stead of the chicken.

And the Same Perfect, Jovial Bevy of Songstresses that Helped Make
Sue Dear the Pronounced Lyrical Comedy Hit.
Augmented Orchestra Under Direction of the Composer
MR. FRANK GREY, with Snappy Humor by BIDE DUDLEY
PRICES: Including Tax $1.10, $1.65, $2.20, $2.50
MAIL NOW!

NEW YORK SHOPS
1401-03 Broadway
Just belo Times -Square
and in downtown
Manhattan and Brooklyn

PHILADELPHIA SHOP
1221=23 Chestnut Street
Just belo
Hotel Adetphia

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The Automobile Page
every week, appearing

will be
in the

a Feature
Saturday

of The Daily.
Issue.

See

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'M E EXACT TtU'TM
IN ADVANCE

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Get Your Cars
Tuned Up
for the

We would not think of selling
a Used Car without first putting
it in good condition. We seek
friends, not enemies. That is
why we insist on telling you
exactly what you may expect of
S a car before you buy.

1920
1919
1922
1922

VSED CARS
Hudson Coupe 1921 Essex Touring
Hudson Sedan 1916 Willys Knight Touring
Chevrolet Coupe 1920 Cleveland Touring
Essex Touring 1916 Ford Touring
HVDSON GARAGE
ANDREW HUNTER
PHONE 2575

I Ohio State

A few of this
week's offerings

OURNEW STREAM -LINE
CHEVROLET
GAS TANK ON REAR
WORM STEARING GEAR
ALL THE REFINEMENTS AND CON-
VENIENCES OF A HIGH PRICED CAR
Touring-$525; Roadster-$510; Three Passenger Coupe-$680
Sedanette-$850; Sedan-$860
PRICES REMAIN THE SAME DESPITE ADDED EQUIPMENT
AND EXPENSIVE CONSTRUCTION
WE ALSO HAVE
SOME EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS IN USED CARS

IGame!

THESE CAS1 WILL
TAKE YOU THE E AND
BRING YGU BASK

DODGE BROTHERS
TOURING
1920 production. Has had
mechanical adjustments.
Paint and tires very good.
Price right.

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UsedCars
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY
Just the thing to dribe to Columbus
ANN ARBOR BUICK SALES COMPANY

MITCHELL. . . . . . $130
O .. ...... .. .$350
BUICKS. . . . . . $275-$1000
And numerous other cars ranging in price from
$75 to $600

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Benz

Bros.

LATE 1921 FORD
COUPE

Chevrolet Sales

PHONE 813

PHONE 813

1915 Ford Touring
1916 Ford Touring
1917 Ford Roadster

120-124 WEST HURON

PHONE 494

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Two new tires; three oth-
ers in good condition.
Finish like new outside and
inside. Worth the money
we ask.

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1914 Ford Chassis
1919 Ford Coupelet
1920 Ford Roadster,
Starter,

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DODGE BROTHERS
TOURING
1919 porduction.
In good mechanical condi-
tion and a bargain at the
price we are asking.

We

are

with

equipped to
supply you
with what
you want
at a fair

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You want
polite, efficient
service, don't
you?
WE GIVE
REAL
SERVICE

Drive Thru to 0.

in

a Used Car

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WE'VE

GOT

'EM!

1921 Ford Touring, with
Starter and De-
mountables.
1916 Overland Touring

OAKLAND TOURING
OVERLAND TOURING

DODGE BROTHERS

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COUPE
1919 production.
Good mechanical condition.
Will be sold reasonable
now.

price.

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