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LOBE ~ ~THE MICHIGAN DAILY

i ~DAILY 'CLASIFIED RATES
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three or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per isertion..
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, lic per
reading line for three or more insertions. White space charged for at same
rates. Classifieds charge~d only to those having phones. Ask about contracts
for classfied advertising.
CUissified Column Closes at 12 o'Clock Noon, Saturday.
"Jimmie-the-Ad-Taker"l
Phone 960

FOR ' RENT
SUITE TO RENT on second floor. No
smoking. ' 1333 Volland. 637-R.
FRONT SUITE well furnished and,
one apartment hot and cold water.
Centrally located. 510 IE. Catherine.-
Phone 215-J.
THREE ROOMS furnishied for light
housekeeping. 802 Packard.
FOR REI+NT-A pleasant suite close to
campus. Call 2044-R. 204 N. In-
galls St.
LARGE FRONT ROOM for two. Single
roiom, first floor. Reasonable rates.
tOne block from campus. Phone
851-R. 644 Haven.
FURNISHED AND HEATED-four'
rooms on the first floor of a seven
room house. New house, nice loca-
tion. 'Only $50.00 per month. #Also
seven room unfurnished house on
Packard St. Call 2438.
TWO SINGLE ROOMS. Half block
from campus. No other roomers.
Reasonable. 213 S. Ingals. 3050-W.
VERY DESIRABLE room for 2 boys:
or 2 girls, in southeastern section
with private family, available. Nov.
10. Will give breakfast and (10
laundry, use of piano and other
home privileges for 15 per week for.
two. Call 2494-W.
ONE FRONT ROOM suitable for one
or two. 437 Second St.
FOR SALE-
Same day optical service. Arcade
Jeweler and Optometrist.
B3AND INSTRUMENTS, new and sec-
ond hand. All males. For a square
deal from a fellow student call
2799-W.
A TEN ROOM HOUSE with lot 66
132 very close to campus. Only
$10,000.00-$1,500.00 down. A real
bargain. Call Gorton Real Estate
Agency.'
L C SMITH TYPEWRITER very{
good condition. 501 'E 'Madison.
HIGH CLASS Ov rland 83 in good
running order.+ Fine opportunity
for a democratic person. $50 com-
plete with license. Call Coates 595
NEW OVERCOAT, will sell cheap.
Call after 5 p.'in., 123 N' Thayer. L

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UPPER CLASSMAN (lesires roonm-
mate.. Large steam heated room,
one block from campus.
Call at 502 E. Liberty. Phone
I870-M.
Young Women to work p~art time at
the telephone office.-Meals at cost
at the company's cafeteria. Miss
B. Edwards, chief operator. Cor.
Washington and Main.
UPPER CLASSMAN desires room
mate. Large steam heated room.
Phone 870-M. 502 E. Liberty.
TWO ROOMS in privau'- house over
week-end of Ohio game. Preferably
Inorth of campus. Weldo~in 1393
CLUB OF FIFTEENM' boys or instruct-
ors to boardl. Apply at 539 Forest
or phone 1489..
WANTED--Sixaent 'andI Prat wash-
ings. Phone 22133-R.
THREE MORE fellows3 to work from
9:30 to 11:30 p. in. 3 nights a week.
This, will averagec better than 75c
ani hour. No cn~sig Kellogg,
2 15-M, Capen 132E-M[.
I WANT two tickets for W.S. U. game.
Call 1297-.J innm'ediately.
TWO U001OIS for 0 S IU game: one for
'two girls, other for ma rriod co(Iple.
W~ould prefer both in same house.
Write 0. It. Senger, 6081 Monroe St.
FOUR TICKETS for Ohio State Game.
Call S02-3.
TWO 0. S. U. game tickets. Phone
Lucille Beebe, 2946-M.
FOUR '0. S. U. tickets ,together if,
possible. Call 189-M1.
BJEAUJTY S11O1.1
Are you tired for that party?' Try
a rest facial and look 5 years younger.
Is your hair coming out 9 have you
dandruff? Stop it! Appointments
evening if made day bcfore. Older
ladies given :special attention. Hours
unless by special appointme-nt from
10 to 6. Work guaranteed by ono who
has studied m-edical ais well as mzanip-
ulatory beauty culture.
MADAME E. S. ANDERSON,
21 Wnertli Arcade.

' 15O7 PR E rf Kenneth C. McMurray, of the j
Miji~unnl 01 0 PAgeography department, will be guests
UUU ! P of honor at the banquet which will
TO PHI DLTA lAPII precede the meeting.
Dr.' Charles A. McMurray, '87 Coa no oHl atTyu
professor of. elementary education at
rPeabody college, Nashville, Tenn., will Fia1rotsfrmmerhpi }h
be the. principal speaker at the first University Choral union will be held
meeting of Phi Delta Kappa, national i this eening from 7 to 8 o'clock at the
honorary educational society, to be School of Music. Men's voices are
7held at 6 o'clock Friday in the Union. atclry ede o h ore
His subject will be "Building the Cur-
riculum."
President-Emeritus Harry B. Hutch-
ins, Prof. Charles H. Cooley, of the so-F AN E
'cielogy department, Prof. Edmund E. AN Ii
OStUEQ PAT11IC PHYSICIANS S mot S
__________-~DONALDISON'S °
Dr. Carrie C. Classen -1at
510 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. __________________
Phones: Office 1636; lRes. 2451
Hours by AppointmentI
Dr. W. S. Mills
Phone 321-1
616 First Nat'l Bank. Bldg.
Hlours: 9-12; 1:30-5
LO ST
NAVY 12L,11 SILK SWEATER. Wo.
men's Rest Room. Ferry Field. Re- WENW
ward. Return Athletic Office.I
MONDAY morning a ladies tan leath-
er purse near campus or postoffice.C
Liberal reward offered if returned ON THE
to 224 Crft Ave or call 940-W. COsR
U. OF M. PIN set with pearls. Find-A
or call 2182-'1.
A FOUNTAIN PEN having initials A. Yuw yidhreawd
D. M. on gold cap. Call 1287. asotetofraIod
I-b RTZ ELECTRIC opthalmoscope.
Finder please' return to N. C. well baked dishes,
Schroeder, 1015 Packard St. Phone
3478-J. Rewardn
WANTED) HELP,
BUS1 BOY-Miust be energetc, ArcadeTR UsO E
Cafeteria.
TWO MEN to sell "Sepo-Creamersfl
Oppotunty to na koS,,r 10 dollars ' ~ S. L -ti
31I8CELiLANEOUS 605 CHURCH
PRETTY ]JOWL and three large nar-
cissus bulbs 50c. Larger howl and --
five bulbs 75c. You will enjoy wtch- ..........~.............;..
ing then, grow. We have bulbs oft --
all kinds.
HARRIS SEED STORE.
300< E. Washington, Cor. 5th Ave.LU C
RUSSIAN -LESSONS given by native LUNCH
Russian, student of U. of M. Call
between 6 and 7 P. M. 2310-M. TASTY HOME
DON'T FORGET the folks at home
Mother likes tulips, hyacinths. d F UfAI
fodils. We have a large stock of F U T I
bull s of' all varieties. We pack
carefully and ship anywhere. R MP N
HARRIS SEED STORE, .P O P N
300 E. Washington, Cor. 5th Ave.
VELVETINA perfection* combination ( T
produces a perfect makeup. Coin A NDIIl
plexion soap, 25c. Massage cream,
75c Vanishing cream, 50c. Pow- THE BEST AND
decr, $1. Rouge, 50c. Make ap-
p)ointmnt 'for free massage by
'phoning Mrs. Moules, 1046-M or
calling 1244 West Huron street.
Demonstrators wanted.a3
VELOCIPEDE. taken from in -front of
barber ship, North' University, Oc-
tober 3, has been identified. Call
2031-R to save further trouble.
DANCING
DANCE! HTEAR MICHIGAN SIRENS,
Michigan's premier seven-piece
orchestra. Masonic Temple, Ypsi-
lanti, Friday, October 12th. Danc-
ing at 8:34l.________
DRESSMAKING for students. Rea- -
sonahie prices. Tel 1118-J. 620
Monroe.

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MUITSICAL ISuperfluous
I emovedIAL HIRSenlyb
BANJO UKES-Wli y be without one? Re loectProlyenis b
We have their for $6.00 and invite Eetoyi
you citca inpetin.University ELECTIZO-COSM~ETIC SERVICE
yuriicalnspecton.Hours:
Mui os.1 to 224 Nickel's Areal
UKULELES-We offer a good play- 4.30 P. M. (21nd Floor)
able instrument for as low as $3.35.
You ought 'to se this bargain. Un- .LOCKS l'il
ivorityMusi Hose.ALL KINDS of trunk and door ke*
LAUNDRY Fitting keys and opening loc',
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PRICE LIST FOR STUDENT:
Shirts, soft or silk .............15c
B. V, D....................... 15c
Pajama Suits ..................15c
Handkerchiefs ................03c
Socks.......................05c
All hand work, we darn and mend.
Our phonme is 3106-F2. Draper Home
Laundry. 632 So: Ashley St.
FOR HIRE
FOR HIRE-Cars and drive yourself.
Phone 183-R.
CIROPRACTIC
Dorothr B. Lowry
CHIROPRACTOR.
606 Nat. Bank Bldg.
Office Hours: 1-6.
Phone 401-J.

Phone 2498 Keeler.!
USD CARS.
HUP "32" FOR SALE. In good run-
ning order. New tope and curtain.
Price $75. 603 W Michigan, Ypsi-
lanti. Phione .91.
HEALTH
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BE qGOOD TO T OUR FETii.
IRVING WARNWLITS
70 N 111. Av. 'C . 2z-)
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