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IASSIFI COU
AT 3P-00 ADVERTISING' AT 3 P.M1

THDE MICHIGAN DAILY

r- 'ACC, SEVEN

ROUBLE ROOM-One occupant may
work 'for same If odesired. PhoneJ;
1194-M. 422 E. Washington.

SET OF DRAWING instruments. Lib-'
eral Reward. It found please call
34??-J.

TWO TICKETS for Minnesota game. TYPEWRITERSI
1 39-.TYPPEWRITERS
FOUR TICKETS for Minnesota game, of all makes
Phoe~ niersty134 JBoifght, Sold, Rented axchanged,
WANTED-Two. tickets, single or j Cleaned and Repaired.
Idouble for Minnesota gamne. 2836-M BUIESSRIEC.
_____________1________ 322 So'uth State Street,I
TWO Minnesota tickets. Phone 13991 over "M" Lunch. Phone 893-M<<
Butler. '-
-~DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING x
TWO TICKETS for Tvinnesota'game. 1
Call 2763-W. Exclusive colegiate styles for
ROO-mS' near Law School for 1, 2, young women. Needlework of all
3, 4 5 o '6studnts 112-J.kinds. Ejxperienced workmnanship.
3,4iir6sudns 11J MRS. R. T. HEAM
THRhEE tickett for Minnesota game.!1 411 Thompson.' Phone 2748-W:
Prefer themf together. Call 9903,.:CN
Corner Anin and Fourth Ave.. Mr. ____________________
Otis. Dancing in Ypsi Friday 'andi "Satur-
TWO OR THREE trickets to Minneso- !;day Nov. 23 and 24 at Masonic e-
ta gam~e. Will call for tickets if you' ple. Dancing at. 8:30.
call 2254-J. IfLAE S
WHI1TE waiter for table for 'small;
mn~'s club. Must -not have '8 o'clockI TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING

EinStein Living i holland
Berlin, Nov. 20.-Prof. Albert Ein-
stein, exponent of the relativity the-
ory, now lives at Leyden, Holla~nd,I
where he occupies the chair of physics
at the university. His wife says he
will not return to Germany, which he
left when anti-Jewish outbursts be-
camie common, until conditions 'are'
better.
Patronize The Daily Advertisers.
a

Re ad The Daily

Full Crepe Soles with Heels-$
at ........................*2 7
Full Leather Soles with$9 7
Heels-at..................
lltxbbdr He els.............. 50c
SATISFACTiO v CUARA NT Od
Quality Shoe RpiigShop,
.5 5 °.owi -)h ama n ',Pr-

"Classified"''Col1umns

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SEMHEATED ROOMS, convenient
to campus. Prices ranging froml
$3.50 to $4.44 'or 614 Mlonroe.1

SMALL BROWNl~
St. containing
'Finder please
ward.

pocketbook on State
five one dollar bills.
phon'e 1314-W. Re-

LARhGE ROOM for 2 or will -rent,
.single. Very i'easonable. 425 S.
'Division St.
NE' W BUG'ALO W-Vive rooms and'-
bh.Fireplace, hardwood floors,
near car line. 1iimediate posses-!
soion or ill sell. Price v'asonable.!
Phlone 856-W.
I-OOMS for rent for the week end.
Call 781-M.J
31USICAL.
P THlE MICHIGAN SIRENS present
foe Siiepeny aind his five piece corn.
bInaim . Cll T'ustison, 1767-J.
I'. NORMAN IBILBIE (of the Detroit
'Conservatory of Music). Teac'her of
- violin, piano, harmony. 'Studio 3'07
No. Main St. Telephone 611-M.
'ALL MAKES. A genet Wodtock 'and.
Oliver typewriters,' Sundstrand adid-}
ing machine,. Line-a-Timle copy
holders, rubber stamp's, 'ribbons,'
Cushion keys,' ty~pe cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines recited,. ,
ANN 'ARBO0R TYPEWM IrEIR
EXCHANGIE. Phone X86, dUovnto
A LEVER FILL:IG Conkiin ,j3en be-j
tween Ilill auditorhilti 'and Divii~
Tuesday morning.Re rdCl
2182-R. Rya.'Cl
A TAN LEAT[HER shoe buckle on
South University or Campus Tues-
day mhorning. Call 2818-MV.

HONORARY Sorority key. Black'
'enamel shield. 'Gold key.' G. E. T, in.
gold on shield. Beatrice Skok, '21,:
on' back. Call 2767-J.
BOTTOM of a small gold fountain pen
with the initials M. H. B. F hncer
please call 2507-J. Reward.j
rAN 'EJ)
FOUR MINNESOTA tickets. Call !"
2319-W.

1

NAT LUXENBERG &BRos.
showing!
ALLY TEL 1HOTEL
Wyednesday, Nov. 21
CLOTHjES FOR THM COLLEGE MAN

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T ht Chicago Temple,
Chicago, Illinsois
HOLABIRD & ROCHE,
Architects
Drawn by Hugh Ferriss

TO EXCHANGE one ticket and $2:50
for two tickets to Minnesota game.
Call Wilcox, 899-R.
BY GIRL STUiDENT, pleasant rooma

classes. Apply '819 S. State.a pr-,mtptly and neatty' done.
ONE TICKI-r to ',Minnesota gamne. BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
_ 322 Soth-State St.,
TW1,O TICKETS to Minnesota game Lover "M" L~unch. Phone 993-M
Phone Mitts 2999.
TWO TICK'ETS for 'Minnesota game. 1 Tokio, Nov. 20.-The Prince Rlegent's
Phone 274-41. i4dding 'day' is set for Feb.'6, 1924, but:.
--the public celebration will not be uin-
MINNESOTA ticekets. Call Alpha Tat, til'next'autumnn.
Omega Fraternity, 179.r

-- TWO OR THREE tickets for Minne-
REPRi E STATIVEWNTDsotagame. Crane, 2451.
An energetic and capable mnanl with 'PTWO TICKETS for Minnesota game.
some financial niean3 can rmale Cl 8Wo 10-.atr':0p n
highly profitable 'onnec'tion 'iti C all fo "Vi or5"T-."tr7:0
mnill in dollar company by establish- Al o Vc r"e.
ing an agency in Ann Arbor to sellj {SA
Caligrapo. r,
CALIGRAPO Trap Druminmeis' complete outfits.
is a scientific p}r~duct made fromi I Prof'essional Instrumhents at profes-,I
Premier California Winie Gripes of. i sional prices. Scha-eberle'& Son Music
the following varleti'es: Barbera, h'ouse. 110' S. Main St.
Zinfandel, Alicante, Bouchet, Sau- ;
terne and Musc'atel, with the Gragna- ?MANDIOLiN, Martin wake, mon-del C.'
no 'and Capri which are imported from1 Complete with case. Fine condition.
the vinyar'ds 'of Alba, Italy. This f Call Hoffman, 3104.[
'product can b'e oltained any month'
In the year, is 'positively certain and CHORAL UNION concert ticket. Price I
will make a delicious beverage in the j $3.50. 'Rhon'e 145 -;M.
following flavors : Port, Dry Plort,f KING CORNET-in good condition~ I
Burgundy; Claret, Sherry, Muiscatel,t must sell at once. Call Edwards.'
Dry Muscatel, Sauterne, Rhine andl jphone 2863-J. 939 Greenwood 'Ave.
Vermouth._
Caligrapo is a fast selling, repeat SIX ROOM HOUSE-Has been built
order product which will mnake theI one ear. Price and ter-ms are right.
'rit man §om'e real money. this is, Call 461-W or 50?7 S 5th Age.
th'e season of the year to get started -
in this permanent business, so write lOrtICKL
immediately for f'ull information, p~ro- - -- -- --. '--- - -----' I
viding you can furnish good ref erenic- f AICiENS OPTICAL PARLO1t
es arid financial backing.? Prompt service, first quality mater-
- Caligrapo Sales Co., cal, thorough examinations. Satisfac-
606 Marquette Bldg, tory results guatranteed.
~.~ Detroit, Mich. - C. S. WICKENS, OPH. D.
H'Slater, 'Sales Manager. i 302 S. State, Ann Arbor. }
TWO TICKETS for Minnesota Game. I It's true efficien~cy to n 4e Daily
Call D. Jones, 1656-R." Classifieds.-Adv.:

NO OTICE,:l

HIGH G* LASS TAILORING
1 2 E ibet orner o
Foyrt

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ZE TA TAU .ALPHA pin between .816
Tappan Ave l1ad E. Wag hington
Call E. Splbury, 2798. Reward.
ON E. HURON ST. after thie :MarlnQe
,' ame, a 10 to 12 blade ivory haadledj
pocket knife. Owner will give lib-
oral reward to person retu'rninig it
to Daily Business Ofllee.
,LOST Sat. night near UnitarianI
church pjur'ple silk ulbrella. Re-
,ward.' Phone '3J11.zR.
4.COLLAPSIBLE 'gold pencil at-
tached to a. dark bluie corrigated
ribou... .RewarcL. - ,Blanch Johnson,
'2911.
BTAL'E SIL~K umtibrella. Rewartd.I
'Phone 2226-M.

There As no better
aloring ir3 the state

HERE the architects envisioned a picture, saw the modern office
building in terms of the great art of the Middle Ages-and the
result is a demonstration that the utilitarian structure, the modern office
building of commerce may be as picturesque as it is practical. Vision,
imagination, courage and practical ingenuity in stylistic adaptation
have enabled the architects of this country to astonish the wotld with.
their achievements of today and their promise of tomorrow.
Certainly modern invention-modern engineering skill and organiza-
tion, will prove mo~ than equal to the demands of the architecture
of the future.

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Offices in all Principal Cities of the World

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24,

1923

SHE last game
that holds the

Of

the seaothe game

Conference

Champion-

ship in balance.

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