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AT PM.ADVERTISINGAT3PM
DAILY CLASIFIED, RATES
10c per reading line for one or two' insertions, 9e per reading line far
three or more ineertions, cash in ad'~ance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion.
Charged at the rate of 12c per- reading -line for one orĀ° two insertions, 11c per
;..reding line for three. cr more insertions. White space chairged for at same
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about contracts
foYr classified advertising.
Classified Cojuin~ Closes at 1i o'Clock Noon, Saiturday.
"Thnmm10-the-Ad."Taker".

LOST Sat. night near Unitarian
chrhpurple silk umbrella. Re-
.ard. Phone 3011-R.
;ATINUM blar pin contaiaing two
iamond's and a sapphire. Suitablejl
reward if returned to Alpha Deltai
' Phi House.
LADY'S handbag, in oy near Lane
"Hall, Thursday night. Call Mrs.
Sibley, 851-R, Reward.
TRIGON PIN. Nameon back: Urvan
'~Hampton. Call 1016.
WVILL THE person who took notel)ook
~belonging to Philip Schnell frog'
the Union by mistake please call
"981-R.
TYPE4WRtITER RFPAIRING
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock awd
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-l
Jing machine, Line-a-Tinie copy1
' holders, ruibber stamps, rbbNs..,
U;cushion kieys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR, TYPE WRITERCf
EXCHANGE. -Phone 886, downtown"

]DANCING

TERRACE

U~AR DEN DANCING
STUD)IO

Classes every Monday' and,
Friday P. M., 7:30 to 8:30.
Assembly until 10 o'clocl .
We teach all modern, fancy,
ballet, and stage. dancing.
15 I one-hour lessons for $5.
tWe specialize in teaching'
children. Openi daily 19 a. m.
to 10 pa. in.
WnVerth Arcade
Phonq 241-R
-MUSICAL
THE ,MICHIGAN_ SIRENS present.
Joe Sxvleny and huis five piece cowi-I
linaf ~ion. 'Call Tustison, 1767-J.
TENOR BANJO--Case to match; in-
struction book; all for $28.50. $10
dlown and $5 per month. University
Music House.
KEEP PHYSlIALLY fit by the daily
use of Walter jCamp's Daily Doten
on Records. Complete outfits sold
by Schaeber'le & Son.
V0R REN
6 ROOM"furnished house, 845 E. Uni-
ver ity. $75.00 per. month, also new
five room bunmgalow, convenient, to
campus and hospital, $55. GORTON
REAL E$TATE EXCHANGE. No. 3
Wuerth Arcade, Phone 2438.
T WO FRONTl rooms. Could arrange
asuite for three or four. Steami~
Gheat. 422 E. Washington.
SINGLE ROOMl in private family. In-
quire Sundlay at 816 E. H-uron.
TWO ATTRACTIVE8 rooms in private
residlence. $3 and $4 or $6 suito
for two.Phcne 3211-W.'

FOUNTAIN PEI4S.
tPENCl S
TWO FEET of Conklin Leads,15c at
Riders Pen Shop, 302 S. State St.j
.....FOUNTAIN PENS.......
]THOSE fine large, Wahl "Signature"
Pens at Riders Pen Shop, 302 S,
State St.-
1FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
THE only place in Michigan equipp-
Ied with machinery, tools, parts and
skill to give you quick service.
The work is properly doge andj
guaranteed. Riders Pen Shop,l
302 S. State St.
FOUNTAIN PEN INK(
RIDER$S SPECIAL Diamond Fluid is
best for your pens. Try it and. beI
convinced. Riders Pen Shop, 302
State St.
OPTICAL
WICKENS OPT~ICAL PARLOR
Prompt service, first quality mater-
ial, thorough examinations. Satisfac-
tory results guaranteed.
C. $. WICKENS, OPH. D.
302 S.. State, Ann Arbor.
WOMEN'S SHOPS
$1.39 buys a very satisfactory electric
curling iron at
THE HOME 'SUPPLY STORE
209-11 E. Washington St.
CHRISTMAS'$, specials in hats, $5, I
$7.50 and$1 and women's novel
ties. For better health and corset1
'comfort. THE KEL~LOG UPLIFT
CORSET.
MILAIDY'S SIIOPPE
24 Wuerth Arcade, upstairs
Chokers, Bracelets, Teweled Combs,j
Necklaces and Christmas Fancy World
PALAIS ROYAL
109 W: Liberty.
WANTED.
JOB by Junior who has afternoonsj
and Saturdays free. Is experienced
grocery clerk. Call Lindsay, 633-J,
STUDENTS to do work in their home
towns during Christmas holidays.
among former Michigan men and
-womnen. Chance to make good
money. See John Bradfield, Alumnik
Office, Alumni Memorial Hall, Tues-
day.I
T O EXCHANGE best seats for Cotton
Stackings Friday. Orchestra cen-
ter, D-1 and 2 for good seats at earl-
ier date. Call 1704-R.
I TV P7.hi7YR TT IiTRC

iPolitical PrecedentWill 1I Sha
If Any Of These~ n

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JEWELKY
PEARLS.
La Tausca, Deltah and Blue Bird
pearls. Guaranteed to wear and re-,
t9 n lustre, indestructible. White
gold sapphire andi genuine, diamond
cl asps. Prices ranging from $15 to
4RNOLD 8TATEa STREET JEWELER
302 S. State St.

FOR SAL.
i50 c buys a very fine silk knit tie atj
THE HOME SUPPPLY STORE
209-11 E. Washington St.
)f11$(IF2A% OUS
'rYPEXYITING & MEIMEOGRAPHtING
promp~tly and neatly tdone.,
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
3^22 South State St.,
over "M" b.unch. Phone 993-M,
'TOYS-Don't you. know w have al
wonderful lineo.f "toys at reasonable
prices?
TI-1E HOME SUPPLY. STORE'
209-11 E. Washington St.
CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS:
Handkerchiefs and handkerchieI
folders. Silk Hosiery and Philip-
pine Lingerie. Neckwear, All at
,attractive prices.
Exquisite Corset Sa
109 West Liberty Street1
KChokers, Bracelets, Jeweled Combs,I
Necklaces and Christmas Fancy Work.
PALAIS ROYAL
109 W. Liberty.
Furniture repairing, upholstering
1and finishing. Prompt service by
:expert workmen. Mr. C. Link.
'THE SQUARE DEAL FURNITURE
REPAIRING CO
105 Third St. Phone 2731-Mf
NOTICE
H.WEINBERGER representing the
Richman Clothing Co. will be at
220 S. Ingalls Saturday and Sun-
cl ay with a complete line of fine
Kovercoats and suits at $22.50. Save
the difference. 2909-..
L. J. CARTER fornierly a porter at
2the Chi Psi for a number of years
is back in town. Atny good Prat.
.wishing his services get in touch
with Claude Brown.. Phone 2601.
'I LOCKiSMITHl

DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING I I
Exclusive collegiate styles for of all makes
young 'women. Needlework of all Bought, Sold,' Rented Exebanged.
kinds. Experienced workmanship. (leaned and Repaired.
MRS. 17.[. T . ITEA BUSINESS SERVICE CO.,
411 ThlompIson. Phlone 2768-W. 322 South State Street,
(} /;over "M" Lunch. Phone 993-M
Ifs{Rit IRE
YOU GET THE GIRL; we'll furnishFLWR
the car; the state furnishes the road BluMaize
and license. Call 183-R. ,.n 11 Minlini'a AonfEa 1q V ih

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Gx6 u t ioerty.

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WEEK BEGINNING
TONIGHT
Sunday, December 2

GARRIC K

Prices
!rights.. 500 ot*82.0
Wed. Mat. 50o to $1.50
Sat. Mat,. 506 to $2.00

THRILLS-SHOCKS-LAUGHS
KILBOURN GORDON, Inc., Presents

,The

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and
THE

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The Most Exciting Play Ever Written
New York, London, Clicago, Philadelphia, All Voted This a Great
Entertainment.

ALL KINDS of trunk and door keys,
locks repaired. Feeler 1136 W. Fu-
.ron. Phone 2498.

Presented

by the Company Which Played Chicago All Last Season.

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STuesday, December 4, 8 P. M. Extra Concert Series
DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
SVICTOR Richard
-KOLAR CROOKS
SConducting ,Tenor
...=-Course Tickots-2.00,$3.00, $4.0,$5.00
Single Concerts-$.50, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
SSunday, December 9, 4: 15_ P. M. Faculty Concert Series
.. CONCER'T BY FACULTY
of 11(e IUNIVERSITY SCIIOOL OF MUSIC-
r No Admission Cliarge-Childreni under Twelve Years of age not ad-=
mittedi unless they first obtain ticket at the School of Music
SWednesdav.December 12. 8 1'. M. Choral Union Serie s

"Say, I didn't realize until just
the other day what a mighty good
place the Michigan Cafeteria is!"

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