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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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TYPEWRITER REPAIRNG'
LL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-

nS ULEI machine, Line--a-Time copy
GLSSIEIc LOSE holders, rubaber stamps, ribbons,
AM3P-.. ADVEPRTISING AT 3 P.M. cuhion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWKITER
DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtown
10c per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for COSMETIC ERTCE
three or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion.E
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, 11e per Every WOMAN with a BEARD
reading line for three or more insertions. White space charged for at same Should know that the Superfluous
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about contracts Hair Growth caa be permanently and
for classified advertising. safely removed byelectrolysis.
Classified CQluxnn Closes at 12 o'Clock Nooni, Saturdayse. Work done by competent graduate
"Jimmie-the-Ad-Taker" nurse oerator m Fees reasonable

LOST
BROWN FOX ST7OLE. Please notify
Sigma Kappa, Ohio State University,
Columbus.
ON SATURDAY blue and white beads
on silver chain. Call 3214-.
SILVER MESH BAG on campus. Call
1070-J.
IN OR NEAR the School of Music
Bldg., Monday morning a Green
gold ring with large reddish, brown
cameo setting. Valued as a keep-
sake. Finder please, call 995-J.
REWARD.
GREY TOP COAT, Friday morning.
317 Engineering Bldg. Finder call
1780-J. "Lem."
A BROWN leather traveling bag con-
taining personal effects, sorority
with name Jean McArthur. Reward.
Call 937-W.
FLAT BLUE ladies purse. Containing
keys and mfoney, Saturday after 0.
S. U. game. Please return keys.
valuable. Call Potter, 94.
LOST Dumbell shell briar pipe in
upper hal of Hill Auditorium Mon-
day night. Call 2999.
AN overcoat belt Sunday night.
Phone 3011-W.
GREY KEY CASE in or near camp'us
contain one Russwin, two Yale, and
others. Call Warner, 33.
GOLD EVERSHARP pencil. Valuable
to owner. Call Margaret Elliott.
Phone 2338.
A PAIR of horn-rimmed glasses in
leather case, between "U" Hall and
Monroe St. Call 2597.
FOUND
LADIES pocket book. Call 1358-W
during day.
FOR RENT
TWO well furnished pleasant rooms,
either single or double. Phone 2506
M, 530 E. Ann St.
FURNISHED house of six rooms and
sun porch. Phone 656-R
SINGLE ROOM in new private home,
preferably to upper class man or
faculty member, 3334-J, 1060 Bald-
win.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS
Dr. Carrie C. Classen
510 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phones: Office 1636; Res. 2451
Hours by Appointment f
Dr. W. S. Mills
Phone 321-F-1
616 F1rst 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-1.
FOR 'ALE
A COLUMBIA phonograph, portable
style, with 50 records. Price $45.
Apply after 4:30 p. m. at 224 So.
Thayer.

Same day optical service.
Jeweler and Optometrist.

Arcade

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ELECTRIC - COMSIMETIC SERVICE
Hours: 224 Nickel's Arcadej
1 to 4:30 (2nd FLOOR)

OLD VIOLINS, Guitars and Mandolinsj
-Italian, French and German
makes. Will buy old or broken
violins. First class repairing done.
James Coon, 533 South Main street
Phone 1075-W

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DIRT CHEAP. Overland, tires and
car in good conditicn. Reason-
Broke. Phone 1519, 605 E. Jeffer-
son.
PIANO, Schaeffer make, upright.
Will be sold at a bargain if taken
at once. Call Van Vlect, 591-R after
7 p. m.
WANTED hELP
SINGLE MAN to act as porter in fra-1
ternity house. Call Sage 1399.
MAN TO DRIVE car, on occasion or
spare time. Only an experienced
and careful driver need reply. Ad-
dress postoflice box 212, Ann Arbor.
A STUDENT (white) to work for
board around kitchen, 8 o'clock, no,
hindrance. 819 S. State.
STUDENT SALESMEN
Sell SHEEPSKIN COATS aid
LEATHER VESTS to students. Fine
opportunity to earn some money with-
out much effort. Write immediately
giving qualifications. Box ABC Daily.
CHIROPRACTIC
Dorothy B. Lowry
CHIROPRACTOR.
606 Nat. Bank Bldg.
Office Hours: 1-6&
Phone 401-J.
REAL ESTATE
SIX ACRES of land just outside city
limits.
ONE HUNDRED acres on car line, oneI
mile from Ann Arbor.
MEAT MARKET, with all fixtures,
utensils, etc. This is a splendid
opportunity for a good business!
man. Call on
J. W. DWYER
508 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Read the Want Ads

FOUNTAIN PENS
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 and Eversharp
service.
FOUNTAIN PEN INK'
Why risk having your pen spoiled
with vicious ink. Fill at our free
illing station and be convinced that
our special formulakDiamond Writing
Pluid is the befit ink for your pen.1
We sell it at standard prices.
RIDERS PEN SHOP
We are the authorizes Wahl and
Eversharp Service Station.
Call and see the new Wahl "Signa-
tiire" 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.
ead the Want Ads

MISTELLANEOUS
DON'T forget the folks at home.
Mother likes tulips, hyacinths andl
daffodils. We have a large stock
of Bulbs of all varieties. We pack
carefully and ship anywhere.
HARRIS SEED STORE,
300 E. Washington, Cor. 5th Ave
it's true efficiency to use Daily
Classifieds.-Adv.
NOTICE
REWARD for infomation leading to
recovery of heavy, brown, half-
belted overcoat taken from law
building between ten and twelve
Tuesday. Glen D. Curtis, 607 E.
Williams. Prone 129-R.
i 31USI AL
SOUSA'S BAND on Victor Records.
Complete stock of Victor Records at
Schaeberle Sons Music House.
E. NORMAN BILBIE (of the Detroit
Conservatory of Music). Teacher of
violin, piano, harmony. Studio 307
No. Main St. Telephone 611-M.
Intramural Items
,(Continued from Page Six)
pa Nu; Theta Chi vs. Pi Kappa Al-
pha; Psi Upsilon vs Zeta Psi; 4:30'
o'clock, Alpha Rho Chi vs. Delta Sig-
ma Phi; Phi Kappa Sigma vs. Phi Del-j
ta Theta; Tau Delta Phi vs. Cygnus.
All preliminary plans for the fra-
ternity cross-country meet have been
discussed and decided upon.by the In-
tramural officials and many of themr
are of the utmost importance to the
fraternity athletes.
Coach Sullivan, Intramural trainer,
will train the men for the meet andI
will hold his practice sessions every)
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. from
Oct. 29, until the day of the race,
Nov. 19.
Patronize The Daily Advertisers.

FOB CO__ING BATTLES11
(Continued from Page Six)
signals will be given out this week in
spite of the fact that the preparation
for this week-end will. consist only of
work on the defense to be used against
the Farmers.
Although the Aggies are not being
overlooked by the coaches the team
will not be pointed for it because of
the harded contests to follow. Dur-
ing the coming week a light schedule
will be carried out by the coaches.
Individual instruction will be given
the team members in the early after-
noon, while signal drill and defensive
drill will be worked on later in the
sessions.
All of the practices from now until
the end of the season will undoubt-
edly be held behind closed gates with
perhaps two or three open sessions
according to the coaches. New plays
will be given to the men during the
week before every game, making it
impossible for the public to be ad-
mitted. This afternoon a scrimmage
will be held between the Varsity and
the Reserves, closed to spectators.

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Evening meetings of the squad at the The peculiar feature about the test is
field house which were cancelled for that it cannot be conducted during an
last night and tonight will be resum- epidemic of that' disease. Dr. Allen
ed tomorrow evening. said that if there was evidence point-
ing in that direction he would imme-
HE ALTH SERVICE diately discontinue the Schick test.
TO REPEAT TEST Dublin, Oct. 23.-Philip Cosgrave,
--- brother of William T. Cosgrave, presi-
Dr. F. P. Allen of the University dent of the Dail Eireaua, is dead.
Health Service will again be prepar-
ed to give students the Schick test
from 3 to 4 o'clock tomorrow. This ;"R,
test which was tried two years ago 6044 EAST WASHINGTON
can determine whether or not one is BOARD
susceptible to diphtheria. $5.00 INCLUDING BREAKFAST
If he is, a preventive is administer- 4.00 WITHOUT BREAKFAST
ed, which lasts for two or three years.

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COMING SUNDAY
By Jove!
Such Laughs
Dontcha Know!

Special

Light Luncheons

Soups, Salads, Sandwiches and Deserts
served 11:30 to 1:00
Special Hot Dinner
served 5:00 to 7:00 every evening

Three Rousing Cheers
And All That
Sort of Rot!
Just imagine one of the fun-
niest stories in all fiction in
the hands of the niaster
director who made
"THE COVERED WAGON"

Waffles

Big g6lden brown waffles with butter and hot maple syrup
served daily 11 :30 to 8:00

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All Subscriptions of $3.50 not paid by Thursday, Nov. 1st
advance to $4.00-Don't let this matter go by -Take care
of it today-SAVE THAT FIFTY CENTS-

Box Models
Over Plaids
Tweeds
Knitted Coats

Send

a check for $3.50

or pay at the Daily Office,

S pecial
Prices
$ 2Oand

Press

Building on Maynard Street

$25

HOUSE~ MANAGERS
Please sernd us a check for the dailies being left at your house.
Remernber you save four bits for every paper addressed to
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