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T-lE MICHIGAN DAILY____

PAGE SEVFN

CQItMLASSI F IE COLUMN
AT3P. ADVERTI SING AT 3 P.M.

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TWO TICKETS to Marine game, Call TPWIE1
21136-R.
____ -TYPEWRITERS
TWO TICKETS for Marine game. Call (iof all makhes
Creep, 11.88, after 7 Bought, Sold, Rented .Exchanged.'
r I T , WME_'.-=I$, pwa yFor Cleaned and Repaired.-
ME, OJN' fupwa BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
government poSitions. -U04-133 mo.?
Experience unucecessary. Fr free,3 Sot#taeStet
list positions, write, R. 'Terry- (form- over "M" Lunch. Phone .993-M
er Civi Service exarniner), 7$1 Bar- }NYTiEzAY LAEWewil>o
ritrBldg. Washington, D.. C. liver Rem?-ingtofi, Portables or other
studntsdo- used typewriters. Stacy R. Black ,
INUMB3ER of, energetic suetd-.604 E. Madison. 1809.
1siring to earn money during spare_____________________
hours. Congenial and profitable MUSICALI
work. For partienl@,ra, arcjre^ss the j___________________
Garvin Institute., 4109 Wo9dvward1 A FEW MORE good Pianos to rent at

LOST GOOD FORD for, sale cheap. A-i1
__________________________ condition. Phone L. I. Friedman,
LEATHEWNOTE BOOK with ,Valuable 3070-J. 109 N. Ingalls.
w notes, and an orange fountain pen. TYPE~WRITERILREP'AIII1G
Reward. Phone 890, Mrs. Putman. .

[1 Sport Snap Shots
(Continued from Page Six)
early part of November. This will be~
one of the most important matches to
be staged in the Dominion in some
time and will give tlke Canadians a
Zline on their i(101. Among Renault's
recent victims were Fred Fulton and
fSoldier Horace JTones, of Toronto.
* *
'Tha matter of repeaters in the big
leagues is becoming as common as
dirt.. The Orioles have won the Inter-
national banner five, years in a row.
t The Yanks and Giants have ruled the
roost in the American and National
'respectively for the past three years,
while San Francisco in the Pacific
-jCoast league has won the coveted em-
t blein twice in , row now.
If one has the idea that the grandt
01d game of rugby is not thriving these
line fall days, let them be reminded
(that in the city of Minneapolis alone;
there are 100 teams playing the game
in no less than 22 parks.

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LADY'S WATERMAN pen. Valued as
,_ keepsake, Reward. Call 2949.
FIGHT INCH Manheim slide-rule.
H. E. Knowles, printed on case and
rule. Finder please phone 1ri7v-R
or call at 715 Monroe . Reward.
CAN CAMPUS or Washtenaw last Wed-
nesday one tan gauntlet glove with
brown' insert. Return 1331. Washte-
naw, Phone 2618.
DELTA ZETA Sorority pin with name
on back. Call 2856-M. Reward.
SLOST Sat.. night near UnitarianI
church purple silk umbrella. Re-
w ward. Phone. 3011-R.
B3ROWN LEATHER BILL fold con-
tam jug sum of money. Reward if
retu~rned to Herman Bremnenkampf.
' 612 Church, 1070-M.
A STRING 'of Or iental pearls at the
the 0. S. U. game. Highly prized by
owner. Finder please return ' to
'Michigan Daily Office.
LOG LOG SLIDE~ RUL',-CrackedI
-Glass. Call 2024-M.

ALL MAKES. Agency Woods ock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand adld-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners. and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtowvn
COSMETIC SERVICE
Every WOM11AN with aBAI
Should know that the Superfluous
Hair Growth caa be permanently andl
safely, removed by electrolysis.
Work done by competent graduate
nurse operator. Fees reasonab~ly.
ELECTRIC COISMETIC SERVICWE
fHours: 224 Nickel's Arcadc
1 to 4:130 (2nd FLOOR)
DUJS(MELLANEOUSj

Ave., Detro~tt, Mich.
TW'O TICKE'TS to Marines game.CGall1
after 8 o'clock. 183-R
FOUR-RQOOM and bath apartmient,
First floor. Heat and light furnish-
ed. Call 3331-M.
PART OF OFFICE~, State street, suit- 1
able for engineer, lawyar or insur-.
ance. Phone. 1144.
ONE SUITE upstairs and one large
room on first floor. Also good gar~-
age 422, Hamilton Place. Phone
FOUNTAIN PENS
~We are the authorizeai Wahl and!
Evershayrp Service Station.
Call and sec the new Wahl "Signa-
ture" Pens. Two sizes, $5.0v and
$7.00. Thl.ey are the finest self-filling
pens wve have. seen.m
RIDER'S PEN SHOP.'
30 S. State St,
FOUNT AIN VIES INN
Why risk~ having your' pen spoiled
with vicious ink. Fill at our, free
filling station and be convinced that,
our spa.cial formula Diamond W ritng
F~luid is the best ink for your pqn.
W Ne sell i, at standard prices.
i ~ RIDE(RS PEN SHOP
FOUNTAIN E UN REPAIRING

$4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 per month..
Schaeberle & Son, Music House.
110 S. Main.
E. NORMAN BIL.BIE (of the Detroit
Conservatory of Music). Teacher of
violin, piano, harmony. Studio 307
'INI-119 au0LldEai0J2IS5 flMflj\' 0
FOR 11IRE'
192 } FORD and d(rive yourself. Phonea
.516-M, ask for lRiley.

Photograph
A dainty gift: pvsassfi
richu. im, and ehanut.
Seniors make aPPptt-

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-this lifetime friend

PHONE 598

121 E. ,WASHI.NGTON

BRTO WN LUATHERt Pocket
Saturday. Rteturn to Ernie
Athletic Ogc. Reward.

Book.
SVick.

";1VYALL SET Dietzen drawing instru-
cuts. Phone 3450-I. Van Zytveld.
ON FRID)AY one pair of black rimmed
glasses' in a black case. Phone
~2445-R;
~Jt I''rOPATII W PIYSICI NR
Dr. Carrie C. Classen
''510 first Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phones: Office 1636; Iles. 2451
Hours by Appointment
Dr.' W. S. Mills
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-1.
FOR SAL.~
1917 FORD COPE. Good tires. Good
)~'running condition. $100 cash. 108
~ 'Davis avenue, after 5 p. in.
)(YDGE Touring Car, excellent condi-
Stion. Phone 661-Wv', 532 Thompson
Street.

I TYPEWRIT ING & MIE OGRAPHING
I BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
I 3822 South State St.,j
over "M" :Unchl. Phone 993-M
PROFESSIONAL READER, national
reputation, 19 years in lyceumn and
Chatauqua. Will coach profession-
als or pupils preparing for platformn
work. Chatauqua employment se .
curedl for capable artists. Phone'
119-W.Osceola Pooler.j
* e ie fWANTED
STUDENT SAJESMEHN to sell attract-t
ivelin ofleather and felt noveltiosI
made by students. Good couimjs-
sions are paid and they sell fast.
Call at 332 E. Madison alfternoon
and evenings.
WANTED-Three hustle", to wort:
atftrnoons for two weeks andl hav e
a. steady income the rest of the year.
Best opportunity of the year if youi
are a worker. Address Box W. F.
Michigan Daily.

A TRUE friend is a staunch
one-always reliable. Men
who bought their Rubberset
Shaving Brushes way back in
1$8$, wheni we first started, still
find them the same reliable friends
each morning.

You wvant, your Fjountain Pens prop.-
'erly repaired. Why take them to ai
undertaker? Experiened 1workman-,
I ship to be0 had only at Ridler's Petn
Shop. It coshs no more.
24 Hlour Pcnimkcer's Service.
rRememnber the 'place, 30 S .Statg
St.. Authorized WahlI and Eversharp.
service.

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SEE YOU TONIGHT AT.
"The House of Blue Shutters"
DINNER DANCEALRGT
!- ~SIX TO. EIGHT US
:1 C2ALL FOR REISERVATIONS SO r rd's sa ndard
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fasbion No. 294
One of the
new English
Lounge Suit
Models
interpreted by
[dVia Price& Co.
$45 and up
for a Suit on Overcoat tail-
ored to order gives you what
you want at a reasonable
price.

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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-

Send

a check for

$3.50

or pay at the Daily Office,

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Press fliuilding ongyPlaynard Street

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HOUSE MANAGERS.
Please send us a check for the dailies being left' at your house.
Remember you save four bits for every paper addressed to

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