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.'11-M.MICIIGAN DAILY

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FOR HIRE

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DAILY GLASS
1bc per reading line for one ort
three or more insertions, cash. in adv
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading
reaiding line for thiree or more insertic
ra'tes. Classifieds charged' only to thos
for classified advertising.
"Jimmie-the
PhouO

FOR RSENT
SUITE TO R1t~T on sewcnlIfoor. No
smoking. 1333 Vollanid. 6.37-It.

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111 1LCULUMN 'Terrace Garden i.R C an rveyuslf R1[ ~1 ID
IT LOE raintatic Art Phone 183-R, .S N A .M
Dancing StudiosFO TIN SOpitit lbeafreltu
1t1 NOUNCEMEN''! _____________________ dents who are in .erested in doing art'
Fiten ehor lasPENon $00work 'or the studenit pub~licati'ons,
S1FIED RATES Ffenoi-orcaslsos$iO FOUNTAINN REPAIRING
two insertions, 9c per reading Ine for; enroll now. Classes beginning Mon-, to compete for a set of five \prizes.f
vac.Minimum, 3 lines per insertion. (lday, October, 15, 7:30-8:30. We G ,atorFunanPnspo-The Board in, Control of Puiblications
;lnfoloe or twonto ns,1.1c per specialize in teaching children. We ery aete Oa lost spring p~assed a .lotion providing
ions. White ,Dace charged for at same 1teach all modern, fancy, ballet, stage dty eakired.jI ytketekoa that $125 shall be set aside annually
dancingArgentineTag ball room Iudrae Exrindwok as rewards for the most acceptable
shaigpoe.Akaotcnrcsdancing, etc, ship to be had only at Rider's Pen wvork done by men or women students.;
22 WLERTII ARCADE i Shop. It costs no more.A comnmittee consisting of the art
e-Ad-Taker" Oe aly1 .X t ' .24 Hour Penmaker's Service,. dtr fte ihiaesa
S60iRemember the place, 302 S. State!eio o'h ad~t
_________________editor____of__the Gargoyle and a third
CLU~j3 OF FtIF N boy's or instruct- !.Atoizdwn adimrsap~ember whom they shall select,i
rstbo.d.Apya59FoetDRESSMAKING for students. Ra service, h r or ' ~l t5>3ITrs e- will be the judges. The, prizes to be
Ior phone Ii sonable prices, Tel 111$-J. 620 offered are five indliviilulal prizes 'off
___Monroe. We are the authorized Wahl and I$5. $30, $20, $15 and $10.
WArNTEDL- 8: ticlent andirtro was h-j Eversharp Service Station. Marion Van Very ''24, art 6d tor of
ins.h.oeZ ',-.LOST Call, and see the new Wahl "Signa- the< Michigan enslan, and Halsey Day-I
ture" Pens. Two sizes, $5.00 and idson '25, art editor of the Gargoyle,
WANTEDhi--TWrvo tik for' .. S. U. NAVY BLUE~ SILK SWEATER. Wo-;' $7.00, They are the finest self-filling! will be two of the judges this year.
game. (Call }3U-'.;1 men's Rest Room. Ferry Field. Re- pens we have seen. Tetidjdewl eslce on
THIt1M ORwardtRetun Athekicfffice RIDER'S PEN SHOJP Art worxk for the 'Ensian is being as-
9.:30 to 1.13 1. : igt rok.MONA onn aistnlah 3025S. State St. ;signed nowa and any wishing to con.-
This 113 p will bs we..MODY orin lcis a;lat-tribute to the year book's art work
rhswl vrg better than 75c er purse near campus or postoffice. i;allseMro a~
an hour. N o czassng Kellogg, Liberal reward offered if returned FOUNTAIN PEN INK hudseiTnn a1ey h r
2 ,11?., C pen ,z T.editor, immrediately. Assignments are
4 - . C en 12- .to 224 Creft Ave or call 940-W. t#no be g ma ef r he rt w kfr
VXAN t~otickets for 0. S. TU. game. PAIR OF FRAME glasses in Health with vicious ink. Fill at our free i "e November Gargoyle and. the art,
Call129-.Ii :liaely.I Srvie Cse.Holi~nd237-W. t meditor, H-alsey Davidson, will inter-
CalLO-. nre~itl.Seric-Ae.ccHuolndbook-.Fne filling station and be convinced that view~ tryouts daily.
FCO) C f i~t . W; ll Pay c.h but notLOTAheicopnbk.Fdr our special formula, Diamond Writing _________
oevr $1,1-0. Call It .;;:. call Dick Westnedge. Phone 396' Fluid is the best ink for your pen.3
GT ETocr r~ 21 S. State. We sell it at standard prices. i Berlin Fares Up
STUDENT__to__care,__forfur__acean_ RIDERS PEN SHOP) Berlin, Oct 3.-Street car fares are
workarond DuseE~ti m par WANED ELPto b)e increasedl Wednesday to 10,04(0,- 1
'time. (all at43 Churob .St, ON NDHATY E0egh0____________,____ _____ ar .2irkli .(A dollar buysa billion
#iO'S'Iil ing about 150 lbs., at University l" '"

ROM fo1 r rent. iPhone 1070'-Mv..
612 Church St.
FRONT SM~ITE ~well 'furnished and'
one apartment hot and, cold wiAater.
,Centrally located. '510'E. Catherine.
"Phone 215-J.
rUNSHED heated suite forbusi-
ness people. , Call evening 1236-W.
619 S. "Divisior .
TIRE,,E ROOMS furnished for light
'housekeeping. 802 Packard.

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LARGE FRONT ROOM with alcove,
No /other roomers. Instructor or
u~pperclassmen. 1120 Forest Ave.
FOR RENT-A pleasant suite close to
camhpus. Call 2044-R. 204 N. in-
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1<ARGE FRONT ROO (Ifoer t~wo. nglc
rom. first 'floor. R~easonable, rates,
'One block f6m campu«s. Phone
851-R. 644 Haven.
FURNISHED AND hIEATVD----tour
rooms on the first floor of a seven
~,room house. ,Now house, mice logca-
tion. Only $50.00 per month. Also.
seven. room unfurnished house on
Packard St. Call'2438.

ALL. KI138 Ofci I~unk ai:1door lkeyI hospital for blood donors. See Dr.
Fillng k andopenng lcks Morrill.
ape i. 1 3 W i kiron St., ; LAUNDRY
° ~PRICE LIST FOR STUDENT:
j 11 ! ids, Shirts, soft or silk...... ..1.5c
P0] FOR8Di'11101101n':orin A-i con-' B.aV.D................. ...
d(jt;f. Po' ie :- . Call "Ilidw ell Paam Suits ..................15C
I11 3-P. Handkerchiefs................030
Socks .... .................c
14011 "32" 11-101 SALE. In good run-i All hand work, we darn and mend.,
mpg9 ordler, New top an1d curtain. Our phone is 3106-F2. Draper Home
Prndy.ice '$7!5. 603 VI'IMichigan, Ypsi LunryG32 So. As ,ley -St.

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ROOM at 118-12th St. 1225-W.,
'61t SXIAt
Saiame day optical service. A rcaole
Jeweler and Optometrist.

BAND fN&STRUMENT'S, new andl see-
bnd hanoj_. All makes. For a square
deal from a fellow student call
2799"-W.
A TEN .ROOM HOUSE with lot 6i6x
132 very close to can'Ypus. Only I
$10,000.00-$1,500.00 down. A real
,bargain. Call Gorton Real Estate
Agency.
L C SMITH TYPEWRITER very
good1 condition. 501 E Madison.
MUflSIC AL
CEER''DCd.MRI A-olins, guitars and ukuleles. The!
best toned 'and easiest 'playing in-
struments made. Sold by Schae-
berle and =Son., ,110.S: Main St.
DANCE! HEAR MICHIGAN SIRENS,
M~ichigan's premier seven-pieceI
orchestra. Masonic Temple, Ypsi-
lanti, Friday, October 12th. Danc-
ing at 8;30.
'E. NO0RMAN BILBIE .(of the Detroit1
Conservatory of Music). Teacher ofG
violin, piano, harmony. Studio 3071
No. Main St. Telephone 611-M.
WXNTlED
UPPER CLASSMAN desires room-j
nmate, Large steam heated room,
one block from campus.:
Call at 502 E. Liberty. Phone
870-M.
Yong Women to work part time at
th tele'phone office.-Meals at cost
at the company's cafeteria. Missi
13. Edwards, 'chief operator. Cor.
Washington and Main.
'Ati'ii . 'TTKTS for v0. S.TU.fgame.

1l anti. Phone x)1.
Ihorothv1B. Lo'wryI
F!H110R{)ACTOR.
606 Nat. Bank 11ldg.
01:i cc fl ours: 1-6.
({ izhone 401.-J.
{ ~Supaerfluous
FACIAL PAIRS
IRexnoved I'(mrnnily kby
Elerorlysis
ELECTR.O-("OSME :' fSER'ICE r
1 to 224 Nickel's Arcade
4.30 P. M. (2nd Floor)
BEAUTY SlHOPS
Are you tiredi'car fihat inarty? Try
a rest facial1ndto,)k 5 years ,younger.
Is your hair 'coining out?'Have' you
dandruff? Ino) i't Appointmnents
evening if made day Before. Older}
ladies given special attentilonl. 1Hour's
unless by special app)ointmnent from
10 to (6. Work guar anteed by one whos
has stuiiz mdil as well as manin-
ulatory beauty culture.
MADAME E. S. ANDERSON,
21 Wucrthi Arcade.1,
21Iscull ANEOUS
PRETa'.TY BOWL and three large nar-
cissus bulbs 50,3. Larger bowl anol!
five bu~lls 75c. Y'OU will enijoy witch-
ing themn grow. 'We have bulbs Qf
1all kinds.
H ARR11iS SEED STORE.
S300 E. WashinN,1ton, Cor. 5th .Ave.
RUSSIAN LE1SSONS given by native
Russian, stuolect 1tT. of M. Call{
between 6 andl 7 P.. M. 2 310-Mf.
Dr. Carrie C. Classen
510 First Nat'l B~ank Bldg.
Phones: Office 1636; Iles. 2451
Hours by Aippointment

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Lt. Royal 'will give a short L
talk on aviation, and explain,
his course of flying instruc-
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The Arbor Fountain

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Grocery
B. F. Sibley, Prop. S812Al
Phone 11734.

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Whether you are .a Senior, Junior,
Sophomore For Freshmien ou.r supply of

Memory Books will appeal

to you.

Begin nbw .

Years of pleasant memory

will repay you.
Ldyndon ( Co
719 NO Uiversity

W. . WO, TICK~ETS for 0. S. U. game. Phone 821-F-1
Y~aI 86-~. fte 7 P M.616 First Nat'l Bank bldg.
_____________________________ IHours: 9-12; 1:30-5
'UPPER CLASSMAN desires room
miate. "Large steanm heated room. f4diit
'hone 870-M. 502 E. Liberty. - l!
TI'WO ROOMS in private house over HEAL IIIIH
wreek-end of Ohio game. Preferablyj IEPlI.i O WS T
n$orth of campus. Weidlen 1393 oR PVT 'O VIHT =!;
G 0 6 0 ( TOO ) I f) pHaI! FlE!t
KEEERKL B 1YIN M +TS f
604 1EASTU WASHINGTON .t I
$5.00 I CJLI DING BREAKFAST _707 N. Uii. XiAftea IdPh. 26a: tl
$4.00 , WITHIOUT BR EAEIFAST f= (p 1 - /g qyy III
1U if~liiIikki @i3i AEIIIl6I Elll~i~i Y I l Il
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TutlWilnhloo
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HA VE YOU -VISITED
The Washlenaw fI
1309 WASHTENAW
Try Our Special 50-cet Luncheon
Served From 12:00 to 1:30
Lunches at all hours-Afternoon and Evening
IPLEASE PONE IN RESERVATIONS FOR DINNER..

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For Your Washing
Has it ever occurred to you that you may have the same snowy
white linens, the same immaculate cleanliness 'in wearing Ap -
parel of every description that so impresses 'you when you
visit a modern hospital
You can, for in our mhodern laundry we use the same methods
of washing 'and ironing, the same advanced equipment, the,
same expert care.
Why be content with =less when you can have HOSPITAL
SANITATION with cleanliness for your own washing.
Phone Today and Have a Representative Call
PHONE LIBERTY S
2076 cAND
AND FITHAV
2077'I ''T
"THE LAUNDRY WORTHY "OF THE NAME".

DANCING ANYTIME-SMOKING
VOR THE GENTLEMEN

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Drop In
Mrs. Placeway
"The 'House of the Blue Shutters"

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