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TH1URSDAY, NOCVEM-BER 8, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE. ICHIAN DALY PACE SEVEN

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~Co xL A S S I F I uNs
At 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

WANTED
~A NUMBER of energetic students de-
siring to earn money during spare
.hours. Congenial and profitable.
wvork. For particulars, address the
Garvin' Institute, 4109 Woodward
}Ave., Detroit, Mich.,
WVANTED-A Salesman to sell and
~install high grade Radio . Sets.
Some experience with radio re-
quired. Schaeberle & Son Music
~House; 110 S. Main.
EIHTHER 2 or 4 tickets to Marine
game. 2336-M.
71 ,REE OR FOUR tickets for the
Marine Cine.'Call 1242-M.

J)ANCEN(G

L~OCKSMITH
ALL KINDS of trunks and door keys,
iocks repaired, 'Keeler I1186)W, Hiti-!
ron. Phone 2498.
FORl lIIRE
F OR HIRE-Cars and drive yourself.!
Phone 153-R.
! ~FOR. IRENT'
SINGLE ROOMN close to campus, $.3.50)
per week. Its worth .$5.00. ]Must
hurry. Phone 3153-tip. 1129 E.
jAnn.
SIX ROOMS southeast section oak;.
wood work, furnace andi bath, 1501
S per month. Call McNutt, 561.

OSTEOPATIC PHIYSICIA NS
r Dr. Dorothy Sefla~rds
303 First Nat'l Banik 1314g.
Hours by appointment
Phone 33,3 F-i.
31IS(CELLANiEOUS

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"Classified"

Columns

TYPENYRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
promptly and neatly done.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South State St.,
over "M" Lunch. Phone 99>-M
CLEANING. PRESSING
AND DYING.
HERMAN, THE 'PTAYLOR,
802 S. State. Phone 3,241 -M
Mexico City, Nov. 6, 1923-A presi-

YOU will be more
than satisfied
with the food
and service

jDANCINGCOTS
CHERRY HILL
TONIGHT, NOV. 8
M1 USIC BY
Michigain Melody Men

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15 one-hour lessons for tai.
Classes every Monday and;
Friday P. M.L, 7:3,,0 to .8:30.
Assembly until 10 o'ologk.
We teach all modern, fancy,'
ballet, and stage (lancing.
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V, 've specialize .in teaching-
chiild ren. FO"' UR ROOMS-Bath and sleeping
Vuertli Arcade I porch-h eat, light and water. 1337
Phone 241-11 Bclser St. Phone 3331-M.
AGOOD BEDS and rooms for the week
Send. Phone 781-M.
FOUJNTAIN PE 5
Wt aethe aumhorizea 'Wahl ana}{Read the W ant Ads
zarsur Sevice Station.
Call and see the new Wall "Signa-j

dential decree. grants. the right to
seize at will water rights for Irriga-
tion in all districts where such rights
are under federal control. (This sup-1
plemients an order of December, 1922.)I
Rome, Nov. 7.-Tourist agencies re-'
part. 21,935 Americans visited Rome _n ,
1922.

TuttlsLunch 'Room
338 Maynard St. South of Majestic

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TI-REE+4rTICKET~S to Marine Game,
Call COO-WV. ;
~IRN AE tickets. 1121-J. e
C Geor'ge. '
9"WO TICKETS for Marine Game. i c
Grugan, 119 N. Thayer. Phone 71-11.f

$7.00.
Dells

'Thery a-re the finest self -fill ing
weo have seen.
R4IDER'S PEN SHO..
302 S. State St.

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Sunday Night Lunch'

TWO TICKETS for ?Marine Ganie. t F(LVVA'IN LPEN I {
Cali 126-W. IAWhy risk havingg your den lspcile(l
AS MANY TICfjETS as I can secure 1 Wi:th vicious ink. Fill at our free
for the Marine Game. Call Econo ii]tring station and be convinced that
my' Boiler Co. Phone 1310.E our Sty cial formula Diamnond Writing
TWO ARI~~ tcket. Claid is the best, ink for your pen.
' ! ARIN ticets.Phone 2037-3 j 1We sell 1% at standard prices.
1-0RIDES PP1-E. xtiI

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GREY
SHOP

Where

The Grey Shop

Pro1 924
AYPEWVRITTEN exam, thesis, or theme has
A mnany advantages. It is easy to read, and
makesa good impression; it is usually
®more fluent and more accurate, and it saves time.
Use a Remington Portable for all your writing.
This sturdy, little machine is compact, conven-~
ient, and complete, with the regulation four-row
keyboard like the big machines, and other "big
machine" features. It can be operated on your
lap, if you wish, for it carries its table on its back.

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YOU caaii buy a good, Foun-
tain 'lIhn 'most anywhere,-
but the only place you dan get
one fitted by a .PEI SPECIAL-j
IST to ,suit your individual style
of writing is at . IDE4'S, 302"
S. State "Street..
Ask the 01' Timerq--they kn~W
Then drop ,in-let RltR see
how you write-it wvill only take
a xninnte- 4nd you, will' be fixed
up with a pen tlq't will see you.
successfully through 'thle wext
four years--sand 40 years there-
after.
We carry the' best of all types
of ,Pens, Evershiarp pencils, and
fountain pen 'ink thxat~wll really
work'.' Prices are right. Don't
forget the add ress-302 S. State
Street.

t ~Crane 2451.
4ROOM MATE -Comfortable front
room, 536 Elm St. Call409. j

FOUNTAIN PN REPAIRING
You want your Fountain Pens prop-
erly repairedl. IWhy take them to an

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'1";REE 'MARINE tikets.- Phone J. A.
Hlanslovsky,,1145-N. 720 'Church.
TWO TICKETS for Marine Game. Call
Stonle 2451. d
TWO STUDENTS wanted to ork-for
~ board at 609 Packard. ;fin Midg-
et's Lunch.
TWO MARINE GAME tickets. Call .
W agner, Phone 627.
TWO Marine tickets. Call 50..
ONE or TWO tickets for the marine
1Game. Call 1858-M.
6NE TICKET on 35 yard line plus
'$2.50 for two together in north or
Southi stand. Paul Damoo=,e. Call
f}663-T.
WIL PAY' $1.50 for 1924 Student.-
-Directory. Phone 1384. w
TWENTY tickets for the Marine gauze
will pay at once. Call 732, 1100 hlill
'Street.
TWO TICKETS to Marines game.
i=Save this and call 1560-J..
0~ FOUR TICKETS to the Marine Game.
Call 1104.
t'} 'tY~l. iIIt tRi'A IN GI
ifALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock a(l
'~Oliv r typewriters, Sundtrand ad-
iug 'machine, ine-a-Timne copy
2holders, rubber stamps, ribbons.
;icushion"'keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
$ANN ARBOR TYPEWR~ITER
j, EXCHANGE. Phone 86, downton
c LOST
iLOST Sat. :night near Unitarian
Ahurchi purple silk uimbrella. Re-
Sward. Phone 3011-4F.
ONE YELLOW Budd wire wheel be-
tween Jackson and Ann Arbor. Re-
'~ward. Finder please call 355, 700
AOxfrd Road.
j'ARKER DUOFOLD PEN-Monday
±Finder ;please cal1471-
PIAR PIN with sets.' Please call
^Ottlie.Davs, telephone 1665-R
-!N' CLOAK ROOM of Union Nov. 7
Finder will 'please send notes or
phone Walter W. Tufford, 725
rOUNTAIN PEN-with XKWnonogram
on Geddes Ave., between capus
Zand Walnut St. If found please re-
:turn to Martha "Vaughan, 524 Wal-
'nut St., or Secretary's Office, or
phone 2100=IR.
- TYfE WRITERS
TYPEWRITERS
of ,all maEkes
Bbuoight, Sold, Rented Exchanged.
Lieaned and. Repaired
*~BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
322 South State Street,
cuer "M" Lunch,. Phone 993- ti
WE DFLIVER Remington Portables
=:or other used typewriters, any lace
=at any time."" Stacy R. Black, 604 L',
t:Madison, 1809.
DANAING AFTER MARINiE GAME :IN
TPSI at Masonic Temple. Michigan
Sirens. premier 7 pice orchestra.
1?aning at 8:30.
FOR SAL 4
zVO GOOD 4 piece suits size 38; one
blue $ 10 and one gray, $15. 924 rB
,'Ann St.
0' E FORD COUPE, $85. Well brok-
;;en in. Call 904-M. Ask for Ted.

an dertalior?1 'Experienced workmari-
1l~i) to be 'had only at Rider's Pen
Shiop. It costs no more.
24 Hour Pennu2,'er's Service.
iicr enlb er thre place, 30 2-S. State
Ix. Authori; ed I-ahl and isvershj'rpj
OPTIC'AL
Prompt service, first; quality mator-
ial, thorough 'exa InAtions. Satisfac-
tory results guaranteed*.
C. S. WICKENS, OPH. D.
302 S. State, Anen Arbor.
i I USICAl,
DANC'E ANFTER MARINE ',GA HE :IN
V P81 at the masonic Teniple. icl
gan Sirens. premier 7 piece orchestra, i
Dancing at 8:30.
OF NEXT Pimli ortamee to your instru-+
metaetesrnsyuIs.lu-iable strings, pure in tone a special-
yty with us.
SC~iIEB'EtpLE & SON,
Music House
A IIANJO- TKE for $6. You must see
this to appreciate the value. Uni-
versity Music Hoause.;.

boo 4. Liberty

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Saturday Night NOVEMBER 10
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IN A DIFFEENT CON'EDP
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Orchestra :$2.75
Balcony $ '320-$Y.6s}--1.10
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