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TOBER 14, 1923 - ;THE MICHIGAN DAILY__

'AGE 5S;VFN

Il L A S S IF I ECOLUN
CLASS CL.OSES
3 ..ADVERTISING AT 3 PM'.
DAILY 'L.ASg AIED RATES
10e per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for
three or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion.
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 charged only to those having phones. Ask about contracts
for clas sified advertising.
"Jfnmle-the-Ad-Taker'"
Phone 960

DANCING
Terrace Garden
Dramatic Art
Dancing Studios
ANNOUNCEMENT!
Fifteen one-hour class lessons $5.00
enroll now. Classes beginning Mon-
day, October. 15, 7:30-8:30. We
specialize in teaching children, We
teach all modern, fancy, ballet, stageI
dancing, Argentina Tango, ball room
dancing, etc.
22 WUERTH ARCADE
Open daily 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
USED CARS,
USED CARS-
Hudson Touring
Dodge Roadster
Oakland Touring
Nash Four Touring
ANN ARBOR NASH CO
311 Maynard
FOR HIRE
FOR HIRE-Cars and drive yourself.
Phone 183-R.
MISCELLANEOUS

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GREENGOLD wrist watch. Call 1132:
Reward. Name Mary and date on
inside case.
PEN PART of Re Duofold Pen on
otate St.or on Campus. Call 2316-M.
LOST-Parker Duofold pen. Name M.
J. Welield engraved on it. Phonel
2866-R.
PURSE with name and sorority print-
ed on it lost; also Community Prob-
lem book. Return 403 E. Washing-
ton. 1463-M.
LOST Thursday a silver pin with blue
stone in center. Finder please call
Ruth thristensen, telephone 2730.
IN ARCADE Cafpteria or on May-1
nard Street-a Conklin fountain pen,
Friday noon. 3213-J.
REALUTY SOPS
Are you tired for that party? Try
a rest facial and look 5 years younger.
Is your'hair coming out? Have you
dandruff? Stop it! Appointments
evening if made day before. Older
ladies ^given special attention. Hours
unless by special appointment from
10 to 6. Work guaranteed by one who
has studied medical as well as manip-
ulatory beauty culture.
MADAME E. S. ANDERSON,
21 Wuerth Arcade.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS I
Dr. Carrie C. Classen
510 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phones: Office 1636; Res. 2451
Hours by Appointment
Dr. W. S. Mills
Phone 321-4-1I
616;First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Hours: 9-12; 1:30-5
Dr. Dorothy Sellards
303 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Hours by appointment.
AoPe 333-F-1.
ART SHOP

TWO EXCELLENT steam heated
suites one on first and one on see-
ond floor. Dorinitory if desired
422 Hamilton Place.
A SINGLE GARAGE at 414 E. Wash-
ington. Phone 2172-M.
GARAGE at 720 Haven Ave. Phone
3468-M.
SINGLE ROOM in quiet house. 1116
Catherine St.
PLEASANT SUITE or single room 204
N. Ingals. Phone 2044-R.
LARGE FRONT ROOM for two; Room
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Y O S T M E I r e '; ^ r'ci4.tio~ti v to e e er
_i :'higan Associated Press Edi-
YDSIMEN WINITR Y ANKS TIE UP SERIES BY *ociation has called a meet-
W4II/INJIG FOU~ LR T'l GAM, -cifle ame
.. through Mr. Arthur W. Stace,
U ( hairian of the association, to be
(Continued from Page Six) Pipp up. Pippe walked. ward u I. held at the Michigan Union on Friday,
(Continued from Page Six) into center. Shawkey threw out Meu- Ward for ed i1. lanEro t' i h.Otober 19. Numerous matters relat-
Uteritz was intercepted by Kelly on Irg o the service in Michigan will be
the Vanderbilt 33 yard line. Ryan sel. It was no sacrifice. Young went No runs one hit, no errors. akcn up. The meeting holds promise
kicked to Uteritz who signaled a fair to second. Stengel singled into left, Giants: Young beat out an infield of being both interesting and profit-
catch on his own 22 yard line. Kipke Meusel making a fine stop and corn- hit. Meusel's grounder hopped over a e.
made 2 yards through left tackle. Kip- pelling Young to return to second. Scott's head for a single, Young going
e's punt was partially blocked and Kelly flied out to Ruth, Young going to third. Young scored on Stengel's
after touching the Vanderbilt player to third on the catch. Stengel held single to right, and when Ruth t irew
was recovered by Blott on the Michi- first. Snyder forced Stengel, Dugan to the grandstand, eusel went to .
to Ward. No runs, two hits, no er- third and Stengel to second. Meusel
gan 42 yard ilne. End of quarter. rrswcoedwenfir(Ithe ot ly
tcr:Mcia,3;Vnebl,0 ors. scored when Ward threw out Kell1y at,
Score: Michigan, 3; derbit, 0.Seent Inning first, Stengel going to third.
FOURTH QUARTER SpettIttn
Yankees: Schang smashed one Steingel scored when Scott threw
Kipke kicked to Reese who was over the middle section for a single. out Snyder at first. O'Connell batted-
downed on his oyn 28 yard line. Scott went out to Kelly unassisted. for Jonnard and was hit by a pitched
Meiers made 1 yard through the line. It was not a sacrifice. Schang went ball. Pancroft singled into right,
Ryan kicked to Kipke who returned to second. Shawkey sent a long fly O'Connell halting at second. Groh
8 yards to his 35 yard line. Miller out to Stengel and then sat down. walked and the bases were filled.
made 1 yard through the line. Kipke Bancroft threw out Witt. No runs, Shawkey was taken from the box and
lost 1 yard around left end. Kipke one hit, no errors. Pennock came in to pitch. Frisch flied}-
kicked 55 yards out of bounds on the Giants: Bentley batted for Me- out to Scott. Three runs, four hits, -
Vanderbilt 10 yard line. Grube went Quillan. Bentley got a Texas leaguer one error.
in for Miller. into left. Maguire ran for Bentley. Ninlt Iningii
Ryan kicked to Uteritz on the 60 Dugan leaped into the air and speared Yankees: Barnes went into the box
yard line who fumbled, Vanderbilt Bancroft's liner and then threw out for the Giants. Schang fanned. Groh
recovering. Uteritz broke through Maguire at first. Groh walked on four threw out Scott, Pennock struck out.
and stopped Kuhn for a ten yard loss. pitched balls. Frisch fouled out to No run no hits, no errors.
A pass by Ryan was incomplete. Ryan Pipp, who limped as he ran to make Giants: Young hit a hou e run to
kicked out of bounds on the Michigan the catch. No runs, one hit, no er- right field. Ward robbed :Nleusei o a too
22 yard line. rors. hit throwing him out at first. C n-
Steger made three yards off right Eighth Inning ningham batted for Stengel. APEN nro:~ AI)EN 'SRisE"' n *

sam r togee mand orpax y may ao'
same together and pay difference. 'VELOCIPEDE taken from in front of
Phone 1194-M. 422 E. Washington. barber s'hip, North University, Oc-
tober 3, has been identified. Call
HAVE AN except-onally nice suite at 2031-R to save further trouble.
118 12th St. Vacaft on account g mIs
sickness. I OPERATOR give me 3134.'Is this
Green, the man that hauls rubbish
GOOD typewriters, standard and and ashes? Yes. 520 Detroit St.
portable. Reasonable rates. Room DESAIGfrsuet.Ra
2. 2nd Floor, 711 N. University1 DRESSMAKING for students. Rea-
2.enu. nsonable prices. Tel 1118-J. 620
J!! nue.Monroe.

tackle. Grube went through the line
for three yards. Michigan was penal-
ized 15 yards on the play, for holding.
Kipke made 10 yards around left end.
Kipke kicked to Reese who was down-
ed on his own 21 yard line.
Daily classified for real results.

Yankees: Jonnard went into the Ihai struck out. helIy sent a Ion - ly
box for the Giants. The stands went Ito Witt. One run, one hit, no errors.
wild when Dugan came to plate. Groh- -
threw out Dugan. Ruth hit into left j Daily classified for real results.
field for two bases. Meusel up. Meu-
sel sent up a high fly to Bancroft. Patronize The Daily Advertisers.
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FOR SALE
Same day optical service. Arcade
Jeweler and Optometrist.
A LARGE genuine gray wolf collar,
has never been used. Very reason-j
able. 723 Haven Ave.

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PORTABLE and standard typewriters.
Cash and time payments. 711 N.
University Avenue, 2nd Floor, Room
Two.
FOR ADVANCEDSTUDENT, Stradi-
varius type violin with broad tone.
Valued $100-$125 by Prof. Emile E.
Bouillet of Ft. Wayne. Will sacri-
fice for cash. Mr. Doenges, 2172-M.
NEW OVERCOAT, will sell chd'ap.f
Call after 5 p. 2n., 123 N Thayer.j
LOCKSMiTh"
ALL KINDS of trunk 'and door keys
Fitting keys and opening locks
specialty. 1136 W Huron St.,!
Phone 2498 Keeler.I

DON'T FORGET the folks at home.
Mother likes tulips, hyacinths. dof-
fodlls. We have a large stock of
bulbs of all varieties. We pack
carefully and ship anywhere.
HARRIS SEE D STQRE,
300 E. Washington, Cor. 5th Ave.
WANTED
TWO TICKETS for Ohio State game.
Box H. L. W.
Young Women toywork part time at
the telep one oflee.--Mealt at cost
at the conmpany's cafeteria.,Miss
B. Edwards, chief operator. Cor.
Washington and lYain.
COOK, white, call 604 E. Madison.
Phone 1809.
THREE upperclass or graduate girls
to board with small group. One
block from campus. Call 2448-R.
TWO OR MORE tickets to 0. S. U.
game. Phone 1222.

TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITER REPAIRING
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITIR
EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtown
Rebuilt Typewriters of All Makes.
Guaranteed for one year. Lowest
prices. No. 3 Corona $25. Under-
wood, Remington, Hammond and oth-
er portables new and second hand at
low figures. All mnakes bought, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned and re-
paired.C
O. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade.
Dealer: * Corona and L. C. Smith
Typewriters. Established 1908.
Phone 1718.
TY-PEWRITERS
If you want a typewriter that will
stand up buy a Corona. 17 years of
service, 500,000 users, 30,000 in the
war. The New Model Corona witl
many improved features is only $50
with case. Other makes of typewrit-
ers accepted as part payment. Repair-
ing and Supplies.
O. D. MORRILL,

Our supply of football pictures is com-
plete. Come in and see our display.
We invite your inspection.

DIE STAMPD DCIRISMAS CARDS
Our new and exclusive lines of per-
sonal Christmas cards for die stamp--
ing from card plate, are now ready
for' inspection.
THE JAMES FOSTER HOUSE OF
ART.
OPTICAL
YOUR EYES
Have them examined. They may be
under a strain. We are fully equipped
to correct any affliction of vision. We
carry a complete stock of frames and
lenses.
C. S. Wickens Oph. D.
ARNOLD STATE STREET JEWELER
302 S. State.
FOUNTAIN PENS
FOUNTAIN PENS AND INK
A" straight tip. Buy nationally dis-
tributed merchandise and you will get
good service everywhere.
Your name engraved on fountain
pens and metal pencils for 25 cents.
Purchase made here free of charge.
Our nationally distributed fountain
pens and ink carry a money back
guarantee. Liberal allowance on your
old pen in exchange for a new one.
We assume government tax on all
sales..
O. D. MORRILL r
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Stationery & Typewriter Store
If you write, we have it.
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
Why risk having your pen spoiled
with vicious ink. Fill at our free
filling station and be convinced that
our special formula, Diamond Writing
Fluid is the best ink for your pen.
We sell it at standard prices.
RIDERS PEN SHOP
We are the authorized Wahl and
Eversharp Service Station.
Call and see the new Wahl "Signa-
ture" Pens. Two sizes, $5.00 and
$7.00. They are the finest self-filling
pens we have seen.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP.
302 S. State St.
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
You want your Fountain Pens prop-
erly repaired. Why take them to an
undertaker? Experienced workman-
ship to be had only at Rider's Pen
Shop. It costs no more.
24 Hour Penmaker's Service.
Remember the place, 302 S. State
St. Authorized Wahl ald Eversharp,
service.1
BOARD

CHIROPRACTI C
Dorothy B. Lowry'
CIIIROPRACTOR.
606 Nat. Bank Bldg.
Office Hours: 1-6.
Phone 401-J.

WAITERS and dishwashers without 8
or 1 o'clock classes. Call 397 at
meal time and ask for Steward. 1015
E. Huron
! STUDENT would hike a room-mate.
Large, warm, well furnished room

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Dr. M. R. Minnis, chirodopist, has
discontinued at the F. W. Demattia
Beauty Shop and will be at her own
beauty shop over Zwergel's Book,
Stor, 618 W. Cross, Ypsilanti, Mich.I
REAL ESTATE
NEW 7 room house in eastern part of
city, one thousand down, balance on
easy terms.
ONE 10 room house with extra lot.
WILL exchange farms for city pro..
perty. Call on J. W. DWYER, 508
First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
ALUMNI;
You enjoy coming back for the
games. Why not secure a permn nent
residence? Ann Arbor is prospering.
You can do well here. Call 2438 or
661-W and let us assist you.
GORTON REAL ESTATE
EXCHANGE
Room 3 Wuerth Arcade

one-half block from campus. $3.50 . a 1 7Nictr s rca e.
prweek. 510 E. Jefferson.PhoneICorona and L. C. Smith Type-
p7 k Eers writers. If you write, we have it.

t MALE student to play classical music
on piano. Mr. W. N. Viola, 1030
Cjhurch St.,. 1421-W.
SINGhE,,ROOM wanted by University
instructor, not 'necessarily near
campus. Phone 515-J.
FROM 1 to 5 Tickets for O. S. U.
game. Call 1601-R.

COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
ElectrolysIs
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SEIRVICE
Hours:
1 to 224 Nickel's Arcade
4.30 P. M. (2nd Floor)
INSURANCE.
We are representing some of the
best old line company's in the busi-
ness. Connecticut Fire, Connecticut
Life and Continental Casualty. Shall
appreciate a portion of your business.
POMMERENING & BLAESS
506 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 3091 Eevenings 1759-M

UNIVERSITY GIRL to assist with
care of two children from 4 to 6 in
exchange, for evening dinner. CallI
2002-R.

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CALL ME for a go.od board job.
use two students. Good,
cooked food. Call 2105-R.

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homne

WOMEN'S SHOP
ANNOUNCING OPENING
On Wednesday, Oct 17th
OF ???????
CHOICE of any pattern hat in the
shop for the best name suggested
for this new exclusive hat and cor-
set shop. Your name and address
must accompany your suggestions.
Contest closes Tuesday 8 P. M.j
Prize to be awarded Wednesday aft-
ernoon.
MRS. N. S. JOHNSON
27 Wuerth Arcade
WOMEN'S SHOP
We handle exclusively for Ann Arbor,
"Kellogg Uplift Corset." Recoin-
mended by Doctors and satisfied
users. Special fittings by appoint-
ment. Phone 305-J.
MRS. N. S. JOHNSON,
27 Wuerth Arcade
MUSICAL
RUSSIAN LESSONS given by native j
Russian, student of U. of M. Call
between 6 and 7 P. M. 2310-M.
E. NORMAN BILBIE (of the Detroit
Conservatory of Music). Teacher of
violin, piano, harmony. Studio 307
No. Main St. Telephone 611-M.,
BANJO UKES-Why be without one?
We have them for $6.00 and invite
your critical inspection. University
Music House.
UKULELES-We offer a good play-
able instrument for as low as $3.35.
You ought to se this bargain. Un-
iversity Music House.

The tempting array of de-
licious foods that you'll see
on our serving counter to-
day is no mere Sunday ex-
hibit. all through the
week you 11 find foods of
the same excellence, tastily
prepared-and low in
rIc Ge
MICHGA N

IOME-COOKED meals are the bestI

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