DAILY 'CLASSIVJED RATES A~I, 1
10c per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for Fifteen one-hour class lessons
three or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion. c nroll now. Classes beginning
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, 11c per , day, October 15, 7:30-8:30.
reading line for three or more insertions. White space charged for at same specialize in teaching children.
rates. ,Classifieds chargyd only to those having phones. Ask about contracts teach all modern, fancy, ballet,;
for classified advertising.(lnigAretnTaobl
Clossiffed Volumn Closes, at 12 o'Clock 'Noon, daturday, 22etc. RCD
Phone 960Open daily 10 A. X. to 10OP.I
WeiYou want your Fountain Pens pro,,-
We I erly repaired., Why take them to an
stage undertaker? Experienced workman-
room ship to be had only at Rider's Pen
! Shop. It costs no more.
N. ~ 24 Hour Penmaker's Service.
. Remember the place, 302 S. State
BENS, St. Authorized Wahl and Evershari}
Ypsi-' FOR HIRE
FOR HIRE-Cars and drive yourself.
- Phone 183-R.
SUITE TO RENT on second floor. No
smoking.; 1333 Volland. 637-R.
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. Halftblock
from campus. No other roonirers.
Reasonable. 213 S. Ingals. 0-W
ONE FRONT ROOM suiteblce for one;
or two. 437 Second St:I
PLEASANT SUITE an'c single room
at 204 North Igalls. 2044-A.~
SINGLE ROOM on third floor in quiet
house. No smoking. S69-M- 4:31
TWO EXCELLENT steam heated
suites one on first and cane on sec-
ond floor. Dormnitory if desired
422 Hamilton Place.
Young Women to work part time at
the telephone office.-Meals at cost
at the company's cafeteria. Miss
B1. Edwards, chief operator. Cor.
DANCE! HIEAR MICHIGAN SIR
Michigan's premier seven-
orchestra. Masonic Temple,'
lanti, Friday, October 12th.I
ing at 8:30.
T AM Cfm
=CLUB OF< FIFTEE~N boys or instruct- e pur~se near campus or postoffice.!
or oboard. Aly at 539 Forest Liberal reward offered if returned
orsptone 1F,9 to 224 Creft Ave or call 940-W.
1WANT 'D-Student and fiat wah- U. OF M. PIN set with pearls. Find-
Ings. Phone 2213-R. er call 2182-R.
I WANT two tickets for 0. S. U. game.; A FOUNTAIN PEN having initials A.
Call 1297-J immediately. D. M. on gold cap. Call 1287.
SFOUR TICKETS for Ohio State Gamne.I HARTZ ELECTRIC opthalmoscope.
Call 302-. Finder please. return to N. C.
Schroeder, 1015 Packard St. Phone
TWO ROOMATES, 84.00 each. Large 3478-J: Reward
room with large sleep~iw pchl. One -
half block from campus. 715 East SILVER MESHBAG containing Coin
University Ave. 21'2.1-W. urse. Please callM Brown, 398.
COOK, white. crll 6041 Al. adison. I LOST-Parker Duofold pen. Namne M.
Phone 1809. J. Welfeld. engraved on it. Phone
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COMFORTABLE ROOM for lady stu-
dlent. Can be paid for hy Nwork in'.
hmaie. Phone 2316-M. 521 Walnut
r1TII.EE upperclass or graduate girls
to board withi small group). One
block irorui campus. Call 2448-R.
Same day optical service. Arc6adel
Jeweler and Optometrist.
B3AND INSTRUMENTS, new and sec-
ond hand. All makes. Fo' a square
deal ,from a fellow student call
A TEN ROOM HOUSE with lot C, :
132 very close to campus. Onlyv
$10,000.00-$1,500.00 down. A real
bargain. Call Gorton Real Estatej
VANDERBILT ticket F Section Row
24. Call Peterson 2545-W after 7
FORD CHASSIS-A TWEiNTY DOL.-
LAR bill takes it. 304 Depot St.
A LARGE genuine gray wolf collar,
has never been used. Very m'as on-i
able. 923 Haven Ave.
BANJO UIKES-Why be without one?
-We have them for $6.00 and invite
your, critical inspection. University
A ro you tired for that party? Try
a res-t faci 11al n look 5 years younger.;
Is your hair conning out? IHave you,
dandruff? Stop it'. Appointment.,
evening if mlade day before. Older
ladies gsiven special attention. I-ours
unless by specil appointment .froml
10 to G. Work guaranteedl by one who
has studied medical as wTell as manip-
ulatory beauty culture.
s MADAME E. S. AND)ERSON,
i 1 Wuerth Arcade.
Ib O0IM_-Ctll)1 Z, ) meals are the best~
and most ai syig Try ours and
be conviced.615cliurch St.
Reis.-ved; Permaniently by I
1 to 224-Nickel's Arcade
4.30 P. 3M'. (2nq Floor)
UKULELES-We offer a good play-I
able instrument for as low as $3.35.
You 6ught to se this bargain. Un-
iversity Music H-ouse..
THE 9EW Victor Recor~d releases for
Oct. 12 are now selling at Schae-
berle & Son's, 110 5. Main St. Eight
fine double-faced records, classic
and popular comprise the list. Comea
in 'and hear them.
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
in , machine~, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtow4n
ALL KINDS of trunk and door keys
Fitting keys and opening locks
specialty. 1136 Wv Huron St.,
Phone 2498 Keeler. /
Dr. Carrie C. Classen
510 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phones: Office 16136; Res. 2451
Hours by Appointment
Dr. W. S. Mills
616 First Nat'l Bank B~ldg.
Hours: 9-12; 1:30-5
C1lIRt)PII CTI C
Dorothy P,. Lowry
606 Nat. Banik Bldg.
Office Hours: 1-6.
.1. mom MAM
Imams w as
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era READY TO SERVE YOU
"YOU CAN'T FORGET THIS NUMBER"
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