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TI TE MICIIHGAN DAILY

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xAT 3 U ADVEJ
LOST--
LEATHER,,NOTE BO@K :with valuabb
notes, and an orange fountain pen.
Reward. Phone 390, Mrs. Putman.
ONl CAMPUS otr Washenaw last Wed-
nesday rune tan gauntlet glove with
brown insert. Return '13 31 Washte-
flaw, Phone 2618.
DELTA ZETA Sorority pin wxith name
on back. CGall 285 6-M. Reward.
LOST <Sat. night. near Unitarian'
chrch 'purple silk umbrella. Re-
ward. Phone 3011-R.
A, STRING of Oriental 'pearls at te
the . S. U. game. Highly prised by
owner. Finder please return to
Micigan Daily Office.
LOG- LOG SLIDE RUTLE-Cracked
Glass. Call 2024-.
BROWN LEATHER Pocket Book.
Saturday. Return to Ernie Vick.
Athletic Offce. Reward.
SMALL ,SET Dietzen drawing instr-
ents. Phone 3450-J. Van ytved.
PART OF LADIES GOLD 'fountain
pen on campus. Valued as present.
w Reward. Call 2272-W.
BLACK AND WHITE striped fountain
pen with fraternity seal. Finder
please call 2236- W.
PARKER DUOFOLD PEN at Ferry
Field. Name, Geo. Berneike, ol it.
Call 1597-J.
TIHREE weeks ago ;Platinum face pin.
Saphire in center. 2898-J. Rteward
1917 FORD COPE. Good tires. -Good
running condition. $100 cash. 108
Davis avenue, after 5 p. m.
GOOD FORD for sale cheap. A-i
condition. Phone, L. . Friedmn,
3070-J. 109 N. Ingalls.
GENTLEMAN'S full dress sut o:
! best material and workniansii.
About size 40 and in perfect condi-
tion. Price $25.00. Address E. Tho-
mnas, 123 Stanley Ave. Jackson.
Mich.
FORD TbURING, late model, excel-
lent condition, 225. Inqire H1
School Auto Mechanic Shop, be-
jtween -14.
GO TO IOWA and Wisconsin. For
*touring for sale. All tires new $75.
A. HI. Pollard, 209,,. State._3$3 J
KING CORNET in good condition.
Very reasonable. Phone Edward.
2863-J.
'IYNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER~ No 4
Call after 6:00 p.im. at 215 So. Thay:-
er St.
tYPr-"WHITtERtREPAIRYINC
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
Ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and supl-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR'TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 886, downtown
COSMETIC SERICE
Every WOMAN with -a BTARD
Should know that' the 'Superfluous
Hair Growth caa ie permaently and
-safely removed by electrolysis.
W ork done by competent graduate
nurse operator. Fees reasonable.
ELECTRIC - COMSMETIC SERVICE
H-ours: 214 Nickel's Arcad
171 to 4:30 (2nd FLOOR)
MISCE~LLAN~EOUS
TYPENY9ITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
pro'mptly and neatly done.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,

322 South State St.,
-over "M" launch. Phone 993-M
PROFESSIONAL R _ADER, national
reputation, 19 years in lyceum and
Chatauqua. Will coach profession-
als or pupils preparing for platform
work. Chautauqua employment se-
cured for capable artists. _P"hone
1198-W. Osceola Pooler.
WANTED)
STUDENT SALESMEN to sell attract-
ive line of leather and felt novelties
made by students. Good commis-
sious are paid and they sell fast.
Call at 332 E. Madison afternoon
and evenings.
-TWO TICKETS for Marine game. Call
Green, 1188, after 7.
A NUMBEft of energetic students de-'
siring to earn money during spare
hours: Congenial and profitablej
work. For particulars, address the
Garvin Institute, 4109 Woodward
a Ave., Detroit, Mich.
TWO TICKETS to Marines game. Call
after 9 o'clock. 183-R
FOR HIRE
1923 FORD and drive yourself. Phone
516-M, ask for Riley.

I FI CO itramu ral Items Read the Want Ads'
CLOSEStnedfo ag i)t has marked all of the winter pro-
tTI SING AT 3 P.A, grams for the last tow years.!
Along 'with the announcement con-3
NOTICE cerning the handball tournament is
the annual fraternity swimming meet.
'rO GIRLS-Plain and fancy ha'nd- Athletic managers of the fraternities
made undlergarments, gowns, pa- which expect to compete should aapd
jamas. Prices cheaper than factory pear at the Intramural office immedi-Ba
. ae amlsdspaet 0 o ately andr sign up for the representa-.
1 5th. Ave. duties from their house, 'in order that {
FO ETarrangements to handle the contest- ;EIIU
ants at the "Y pool can be madeE
L immediately and they be allowed to and
F R-OM adbt aprmnhave adequate preparation for the SATIFYIN
first'floor. Heat andl light furnish- event. S TS YN
eel. Call 3331-M4. ___
ONE SUITE: upstairs. and one, large Schedules for the elimination seriesI
roona on, first floor., Also- good gar- ( of the fraternity speedball survivors I t's Wonderful
age 422 Hamilton Place. Phone call for the following 'games for this
' ~afternoon: 4:30 o'clock, Nu Sigma,
SI-ARE rain r o large front room. ie. Party Ph nu lh vs.R Phi Kappa Sigma; 5 o'clock, Ask for Molly0
r a wokfr m iieie.Phn lh h Chi vs. Phi .Sigma Delta;- - - -
1194-M. :22 E. Washington. E Beta Theta Pi vs. Alpha Sigma Phi.
- One game will be played at 4:"-O
TYPEWRITER o'clock, Friday afternoon architd'cts
VS. dents. Next Mond-ay's, schedtlel
TYEWITFRScalls for the following fraternities 'to
Blought, Sold, Rented Exchange. vs. Alpha Rho Chii; Phi Gamma Delta
Cleaned and Repaired. vs. Nu Sigma Nu' ; and the sophomore
BUSINSS SRVICECOiengineers vs. the sophomore fits. .
122 South State Street,_____________
ove "" ~uch. Phne99-M All Ann Arbor chidren under 171 FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
ANY TIME, ANY PLACE We will dle- years of age who 'have not completed
liver Rernington_, Portables or other the 10th grade, and who have been
-used typewriters. Stacy R. Black, forced to leave scohol 'because of out-
604 E. Madisoni. 1409. i Ade work, have been provided with

SWEET CIDER,
In lots of Iogal. or more
PHiONE 380
d WAGNER CIDER MILL.
Ni 'F sh St., Just North of Mfachine Specialty Company
fOpeni Until 9 P. M.-Also Sundays
1 212 N. MAIN STREET

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MUSICAL
A FE~W MORE good Pianos to rent at
-,$4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 per month.
Schaecherle & Sonp, Music Hlouse,
110 S. Main.!
CAMP-FONE--A real portable ph on -
ograh at $25. Payment if desired.
University Music House.
GENUINE VEGA 'Tenor Ban j o-- !) e-
cially priced at $42.50. You can 1'uy!
this oin the easy payment plan. Un-1
iversity Music I-ouse.

a part time school to enable them
fibnish the required grade.
Langdon, N. D., Oct. 31.-The last
the crty's three banks voluntarily cl
-ed its doors yesterday when the F:
National bank's officials voted to ce,
doing business.
tTST E,*1Ai2IIC PH'lYSICIANS
Dr. Dorothy Sellards
3103 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Hlours by appointment
Phone 333 F-I.

IC"OLLEGE GROCERY

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not'at the post
ing poor foods.
nately you don't I
with the Arcade Z

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RNWELL 'COAL
I Lump 'West Va. Egg and Lump
Pocahontas and Coke
Ii -IF-DIATE DELIVERY
ION AND FACE BRICK.
(NVWELL COA L f
I'IH N S SI14l and 2207
)ffice -Cornwell Block f pY ou'd ofon
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A PENfrom RIDER'S is. "In-
i dividually FTitted" by a
"Pen Specialist" to suit your
pecular style of writing.
It Is not just an ordinary good
et. But
It is a tail-or-made pen, person-
alized to suit your ,hand-anid'
of a t- ce o none other.
It is -a thoroughbred-and %Nll
For u- nevdr fail you. You'd be proud
An unsually ''fie selectioni of
t ,styles 'is here t cds m
iave too,=hos o.
Why not.eoine in tdday :-anRlet
RIDER exam~ine. your writing?
it hand. { e'examinatfon is free- and
yo will not ble urged to buy..
Remember :the address-302 -S:
ekel s' Arcade

516 EAST' WILLIAM ST.

PHDONE 865-J

Open Evenings anrd Sundays for Your Convenience

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