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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1923

CLOSES CLOSES
A13. P.ADVE RTISING AT 3 PA
"how to
DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES I
10c per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line forl
three or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion.
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places, but I hl
where I wante
In concluding
said, "I never t
in my life, no
decision from a
I always like .
game is before
Get the MAost out of College" the liquor gam
s Subject of Coach's lick me physic
Speech and financially,

CITGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN
ave never seen a place appointed a second lieutenant in the PROFESSOR HEADS I rue eme ene l
d to loaf!" 1 Coast Artillery corps and ozcr e'ed to
g his speech the coach report to the conmmnding ofh er o CERN MIC SOCIETY L;i
tasted a drop of Equor Fort Monroe, Virginia._
t that I came to this Kingsley >. Aierso, '2'E, .f At a recent .1e t .i d in D 1 A-
moral standpoint, but j made a second lieutenant in the En- ' , brniT ol Ameri:: '
to figure out what the gineer corps and will prolMy l) .o m oICI se
I go into it, and as for' dred to, report to the (Chif orf1 Engi;- .eck of the IpWrtmW t 0 m
up, I figured it would neers at Washington, D. C. These as its Iirst preshcnt. H
ally, mentally, morally men took the examination for the hold office for a year.
, so I kept out of it." commission last June. Membersbin in this nrfor
1' cbersil)in tis atioal o <- - t fo

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Charged at the rate of 12c per reading
reading line for three or more insertio
rates. Classifieds charged only to thos
for classified advertising.
"Jimmie-the
Phone
LOST
GREEN GOLD wrist watch. Call 1132.
Reward. Name Mary and date on
inside case.
LOST Thursday a silver pin with blue
stone in center. Finder please call
Ruth Christensen, telephone 2730.
BARRELL of Parker Pen. Call Eliza-
beth Becon, 2316-M.
PERSON TAKING note-book and in-I
ternational law, case book from his-
tory 1 lecture, please call Weisen-
burger, 366-M.
LADIES round gold brooch with sap-
phire setting. Return to 606 Pack-
ard. Phone 1665-R. Reward.
PAIR LONG BLACK KID GLOVES
at Union or an campus. Margaret
Elliott. Phone 2338.
PAIR of tortoise glasses on Saturday
morning somewhere between the
Observatory and Museum. G. H.
Daily.
TOP COAT at Vanderbilt game. Willj
finder please call 2397-J.
FOUND

line for one or two insertions, 1.1c per j ~' "
ons. White space charged for at same i MAN'S GREATEST ENEMIES
se having phones. Ask about contracts
Coach Fielding H. Yost spoke to a
-.Ad-Taker" large body of students at the Student
960 Hour Sunday evening at the Congrega-
tional church. His subject was "How
FoR SALE to Get the Most Out of College."
Along with a number of comment; on
Same day optical service. Arcade athletics at the University, Coach Yost)
Jeweler and Optometrist. offered many pointers on student con-
duct.
A LARGE genuine gray wolf collar,
has never been used. Very reason- "Work," said Coach Yost, "is the
723nve Haen Ae. Veyra -best friend a boy ever has in all this
able. 723 Haven Ave. world and until I can make my foot-
FOR ADVANCED STUDENT, Stra di- ball boys realize this I haven't suc-
varius type violin with broad tone. ceeded very well. Some of you," he
Valued $100-$125 by Prof.,Emile E. continued, "think you cheat your pro-
Bouillet of Ft. Wayne. Will sacri- fessor when you put over some clever
fice for cash. Mr. Doenges, 2172-M.' trick on him. Don't be deluded, you
only cheat yourself.
FORD touring car in good running "Any kind of a successful man, ath-
condition. Sacrifice for fifty dollars. lete or otherwise. must have hi h

Students.Recieve
Army ComssioZns
Three University of Michigan men
received commissions as second lieu-
tenants in the regular army recently
and have been assigned to duty. Two
of the three men were sworn into the
service yesterday morning by Captain
Forest E. Collins of the R. 0. T. C.
office here. They will do to the posts
to which they have been assigned im-
mediately.
The men are Frederick Mott Thomp-
son, '21L, appointed second lieutenant
of infantry, and. ordered to report to
the commanding officer of the 10th In-
fantry stationed at Fdrt Thomnas, Ken-
tucky, and Ar'thur B. Nicholson, '23E,

ization includes men interestedt in uo
Offes DIaEbE Tesanufaeture of porcelain,
During the next few weeks, and glass preaucts. The many industri::
starting Thursday October 18 Dr. F of this nature in Detroi-made possbl
P. Allen of the University Health ser- the establishment of such a chapter.
vice will conduct what is known as
the Schick test for students who wish Artist Concerts Opan Tomorprow
to kne'w whether or not they are sus- sy rz
ceptible to diphtheria. This will only Miss Kat, will be heard at the firste o
take place from 3 to 4 o'clock on artist concerts under the aispie e
Thursday. Dr. Allen said that 15 stu- rtheit atinee tsicle t 3:30 ('e;
dents could be taken care of on each tomorrow afternoon in lie assembl
appoited day. room of the Union. Miss Brown' a
I companist is Granville English who is
Press Club dues may be paid at the a composer as well as a tnicia. A
table in University hall from 9 o'clock composition by Mr. English will I
to 10 o'clock Tuesday ad Wednesday one of the numbers on the afternoon
mornings, Oct 16 and 17. Any stu- program.
dents desiring active membership in Tickets may be secured today at the
the Students Press club may oin by ; book stores and tomorrow before the
paying one dollar dues at this time. concert at the Union.

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SERVICE
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Trip5 ind Parties
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Call 1153-W.t
FORD ROADSTER-'21, Starter, rims,#
4 good tires, extras, good condition.
1-6 this afternoon. 1447 "Pat" 536
Thompson.
CORONA Typewriter like new, $25
See Maya 1015 Packard.
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS
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 with
many improved features is only $50
with case. Other makes of typewrit-
ers accepted as part payment. Repair-
ing and Supplies.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade.
Dealer: Corona and L. C. Smith Type-
writers. If you write, wn have it.

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physical, mental and moral qualities.
If he develops only physical qualities
it makes him only an athletic bum.
Out of some chaps you can never
make a success, they always dodge
and duck when the going gets rough
For this kind there is no hope, you can
never make a birddog out of a fox-
hound."
Coach Yost believes that every stu-
dent on the campus should find some
activity, athletic or other, and get into
it and get busy. "I've been all over
this world," he said, "and seen lots of
STUDENTS to sell armbands on days
of football games. Aptly before
Thursday. 2384-M.
TWO Galli Curci tickets.A Pone 627
after 7 p. m. Thelma. Andrews.
PASSENGERS for airplane rides and}
spectators for parachute jumping.I
Everyday. Barton i)am.

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,I.e a Better Impression
Every (lay you are judged by
your writing
Writing reflects character.
Your writing is you.
Ninety-nine cases out of aiun-
dred you are handicapped by
tine pen you use. No slok pen
will "lit" your hand. Yours is
a iindividual proposition.
Fitting pens is just like fitting
glasses. It takes a specialist to
do it right--and that is where
we come in.
if you will drop in at our Pen
ip, n expert will examine
-our peculiar kind of writing
and fit the pen of your choice
to your band.
The examination is free-and
only takes a minute. Come in
today-don't put it off-you will
be surprised tQ see how muc
casier and better you can write
with a specially fitted pen from
- RIDER'S, at 302 S. State Street,
and YOU WILL MAKE A BET-
T;Lc? I1PRESSION.
KI umrs~

SMALL PURSE. Call 2949 after
p. m.

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OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS l
Dr. Carrie C. Classen
510 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phones: Office 1636; Res. 2451
Hours by Appointment
Dr. W. S. Millsf
Phone 321-F-1
616 First Nat'l Bank' Bldg.
Hours: 9-12; 1:30-5
Dr. Dorothy Sellards
303 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Hours by appointment.
Phone 333-F-.
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.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Stationery & Typewriter Store
If you write, we have it. -
FOR RENT
A SINGLE GARAGE at 414 E. Wash-1
ington. Phone 2172-M.I
GARAGE at 720 Haven Ave. Phone
3468-M.
LARGE FRONT ROOM for two. Room
work for one man; or party may do
same together and pay difference.
Phone 1194-M. 422 E. Washington.
$125 ROOM in Spaulding House for
$80 for remainder of semester. Call
Lenore Slack, 2570 for particulars.
ROOMS for girls graduate students or
business women-single room one
block west of campus, $5.00 for one
person,$6.00 for two. Ralph
T. Swezey, 509 Thompson.
WANTED HELP
TWO COLORED dishwashers and
helper to work for board. Apply
Chef, 700 Oxford Rd.
TEA ROOM
FREE
SAMPLE sandwiches TODAY at "0
U R PLACE," 233 South Ingalls, op-
posite Hill Auditorium.
COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
Electrolysis
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
Hours:
1 to 224 Nickel's Arcade
4.30 P. M. (2nd Floor)
MISCLLANEOUS
OPERATOR give me 3130. Is this
Green, the man that hauls rubbish
and ashes? Yes. 520 Detroit St.
DRESSMAKING for students. Rea-
sonable prices. Tel 1118-J. 620
Monroe.
RUSSIAN LESSONS given by native
Russian, student of U. of M. Call
between 6 and 7 P. M. 2310-M.
CHIROPRACTIC

TYPEWRITER REPAlRING I _
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and THIREE TICKETS for O. S. U.3
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand, add- Call Teppert, 1668-W.
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy WANTEDTiree tickets for 0.
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,Wk
g amze. Crane, 2451.
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-_game.__rane,_24_1._
plies. Machines rented. ROOMATE wanted for suite.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER per week. Tel. Burns 2316-M.
EXCHANGE. Phone 3G, downtown
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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(Iat
low figures. All makes bought, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned and re-
haired.
0. ~). MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade.
Dealer: Corona and L. C. Smith
Typewriters. Established 1908.
Phone 1718.
WANTED
TWO TICKETS for Ohio State game.
Box H. L. W.
FROM 1 to 5 Tickets for O. S. U.I
game. Call 1601-R.

j .e u%. v se ttjo a re
game. Phone Miss Bradstreet, 1075-
M.
WO31EN'S SHOP
ANNOUNCING OPENING
On Wednesday, Oct 17th
OF ???????
CIHOICE 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.
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

\What a difference
lusta few cents make 1"

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TWO TICKETS for O. S. U. Call
mine 871-M after 7:30.

ONE TICKET for 0. S. U. game
Marty, 1248-J.

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Keeping posted on the events
of the day should be part of
the day's business

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STUDENTS' SUPPLY STORE
111 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies
Candies, Laundry Agency, Tobaccos

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It is the best solvent yet produced, ald is harmless. It c 1cu
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