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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'THIS THIS
COLUMN i a COLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES
10c per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for
three or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion.
Charged at the rate of 12c- per reading line for one or two insertions, 11c per
reading line for three or more insertionz. White space charged for it wane
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about contracts
for classified advertising.
Chw.sieizd 4coui;!n Closes at 1l. o'Clock Noon, Saturday.
"J mnmle-the-Ad.'Taker"1

FOR SALERA ET''
A CAR to drive to Wisconsin. Five
passenger, six cylinder touring. Call FOR SALE-EAST SIDE
after 6:00 P. M. at 121t Wells St.6 Room Colorial-X9,500
MODE SHOPPE makes afternoon and ; FIRST FLOOR-Entrance hail, coat
evening gowns to suit your individ- closet, living roomy (with fireplace)
ual taste at moderate prices. Also dining room; finish is grey; oak
hemstitching. 711 N. University. floors.
[SECOND FLOOR-=Three bed :ons,
HARLEY-DAVIDSON motorcycle and built-in-bath, linen closet, clothes
side-car, completely equipped. Goodt chute; finish is mahogany and white
as new. Wardner 914 Hill St.' enamel; oak floors.
Phone 2372. BASEMENT-Hot air heat, coal bin2
(with steel chute), laundry tubs,
LOST fruit and vegetable cellar.
BETWEEN School of Music and Tap- 5 Room Bungalow-Cranger Ave
pan St., small gold watch with gold FIRST FLOOR--Entrance hall, coat'
bracelet engraved on back Margaret closet, large combination livingz
--Berlin, 1922. Reward. Phone 570; omad(iigrolre ic-
oY cll 29 Tppa. 'en: two bedrooms andl built-in bath,

TWO TICKETS for the 'Minnesota( FOR GENERAL labor and assistants
game. Call after G o'clock. Phone; in tests in evaporation laboratory,'
j2934-R.3 engineer preferred. Some know-
edge of pipe fitting desirable but not
A SUITE of rooms for young marriedj necessary. Applicant must be
couple, beginning Jan., 19t. Call able to put in at least 2 full half
48 1-Al. days a week regular.' See Prof.
E ^----- Badger, Room 3028 Eng. Bldg.
TH-ERE~ IS AN OPENING in our sales
force for a' few men who must leave I rnmWl pa oW~enr
school before the first of the Year.
1'tPese gen will be given a territory!1 Westerners, an organization cum-
in their own and 'adjoining 4tates to posed of students who come from
travel and sell class jewelry and points west of the Mississippi, will,
commencement stationery to high hodisscn'etn t73 '
schools and colleges on a salaryhlitseod etnga7:00'
plus commission basis. Only imme- ; c lock tonight, in .Harris hall. Prof. J.
(iate replies giving three character! R. Brumm, of the journalism depart-
'references will be considered. ment, will be the principal speluker.-
QUAYLE & 'SON, Inc. Two students from the School of Mus-
Albany, New York. is will render muica senletins. "

FOR, R~ENT
SIX ROOM 'house. Modern. Call
23Gr5-R.
STEAM HEATED ROOMS, convenient
to campus. Prices ranging from
$:3.50 to $4.44)r 614 Monroe.
LARGE EIOOMl. for 2 or will rent
single. Very reasonable. 425 S.
Division St.
ROOM NEAR CAMPUS 916 Monroe,
downstairs, front, roomn. Phone
990-J. f
MUSICAL
OF NEXT importaince to your instru-{'
mnent are the strings you use. Du-
able strings, pure- in tone a special-
ty with us.
SCHIAEBERLE & SON,
Music House
MANDOLINS and BANJO S--Standard
mnakes, g ood value. Con:e in andc
try themn., Seaeberle & ~Son, Music
Ilcou c. 110°S. Main St.
THE MICIG AN c SiIRNS present
J3oe 141 cy ah14- his fite piece c0731- .
lintioni, Call Tustison, 17 67-..
TO RENT-Victrolas. We have a few
left. Reasonable rental. Ask about
our special plan.
University Music House.
TYPEWRITER RE PA IMI N
ALL. MAKFS§. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstran d add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and suip-
plies. Machines reuted.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 886. downtown

1A)1K S3$$Tif
ALIT; TKINDS of trunks and door keys, ,
S locks repaired. Feeler 1130 W. Hu-
rorn. Phone 2498.
3f ISCE 44,X3\1 E OVS
TYPEWYRITING & M.IM OeRA P.IIING
pr,'nmptly andl neatly done.
BUSINESS SE11VICE Co.,
3:22 South State St.,
over"&" Lunch. Phone 993-'1
Jade green bowl and 3 Narcissus
blubs,, 50c.
Larger bowl and 5 fine Narcissus
bulbs, 75c.
We pack carefully, and ship any-
Iwhere.._Comie and see our Chris tmas
HARRIS SEDSTORE,
Washington St., Cur. 5th.
FANCY DRESS MAKING and gowns.E
Mbrs. Ed. Emnmert, 914 Dewey Ave.
Phone 2119-1L.
MRS. DEIAT1. l)AVIS, TIutur inl
French, 818 Forest Ave.
koplpelnan 3 hrdl nun unu nuuu
TO MADISON, and Return by auto.
$14.00 :7"ound Z' r p. Phone 3272-J..
LADIES AND GE+NTS
Cleaning, Pressing and Altering..
HERMAN, TiHE TAILOR.
X802 S. Stat~e. Plhone 3341-1N
MASQUERADE endl winter gownsa
made to order. Mrs. Spaulding, 221t
S. Main. Phone 1100-R.
TO( MADI SON--Closedl ear (leaves
Friday m~orning. Reasonable, rates.;
Phone reservations early. Brenner,
4G.

LOST Sat. night near Unitarian
church purple silky umbrella. Re-
ward. Phone-3011-R.
GLASSES kiCAE containing ec-
recary's receipt. Call 1941-J.
AN 8 BY 5 leather note booktaken
from Chubb's Thursday noon. Con-
tains notes for economics 6 ond four
other courses. Please call Oesterle,
265-M.
BROWN LEATHER handbag at Ivar-
ine- game. Finder please phone D.
Bacon, at 885-M. Reward.
WALTHAM WATCH and chain. Mark-
(dIVM. C. B. Reward. Finder call
1680-R.
LOST-Keys -in brown leather case.
Call 17.94-W..
LAST SATURDAY night on Huron
street, an ivory handled pocket
knife, with ten or twelve blades.
Valued for personal reasons by
owner. Liberal reward if returned
to Michigan Daily. Box A. J. R.
TIYPE WRITERSt
TYPEWRITERS
of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented l -tchanged.
Cleaned and Repaired.
BUSINESS SERVICEi CO.,
322 South State Street,
over "M" Lunch. Phone 993-M
WE DELIVER Remington Portables
or other used typewriters, any place
at any time. Stacy R. Black~, 604ZE.
Madison, 1809.

oak floors. .-. ................. ...... ... ..................... .... --
BASEMENT-Hot aheat, coal inn
vegetable cellar, two Inundry tubs, .H
electric soft water lift.
LOT is O3x32; double gacrage; po:s-AAS *41
session at once.~I E
Call Mr. Neawton with
CHAS. 'L. BROOKS,
215 First Nat'l 'bank( Bld8g. aot
Phone 315. Evenings 20fAP;4-J
air heatlarge lot -f t ll aseiuent-- {
_ NADE TREE-Chose in-Sp6oleid
condition. i~lstate 'will close forI
$5,000. Terms if desired.
dORTnN REAL, EST.ATi AGENCY,=e
Rmn. 3 Wuerth Arcade. Phone 24,38 IAo o Dipa
GARAG'.E in. vici nl y of WAashiten"Aw
and UnivTersity. Call NWi§s Sty Or, .- a
TICKET for the Mn~ua'~m
PShone 276')-WN.
A TIAN 'to tend furniace. XRoomngi, n .
ifroe 'in payment. 1"'i one 3038-1Z.
WANTED-Two nmore imen to fHniv my
Ford. $10 Madison and return. Call'=
Maas 2956-J.
SIX OR FOUR tickets to the Mlinne K : xr~..EOOK SHOP-
sota game. .No scalpers need a
wer. Phione 2845-W. Ask for!I E

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Ne e -this lifetime, friend

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6oo E. Liberty

Your Noon Lunch
at
"THE GREY SHOP""
MA1V IS and NUNNALLY'S
Candies

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SANDWICHES
SALADS .
CAK)Es
I HOT ORL COLD DRINKS
I ICE CREAM SUNDAES;
ii-.709 N. UNIVERsiTYr
f ~7 Z i TL 7 7;-
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Now is the time to take inventory of your
kitchen needs
Include us in your shopping trips and
- you can spend the difference
.'7A IHillside Hardware Can Sell for. Less
213-215 W. LIBERTY STREET PHONE 554
SNAPPY, S VICEAL AEPO
4711 llkeg9o wi*h Co10e e e
-~~1 . aSikers,
~ (YELLOW OR OLIVE)
(YELLOW OR. OLVE )
TIu coats
(OLIVE)

Let-us put tis
Victrola No. 215
into your home!
Come in and hear it.
We shall gladly play any
Victor Records for you
and show you how this
instrument can easily be
yours.
Get hcquainted with our
service and our terms
Victor records new every
week now!I Hear them!

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