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THE MICHI1GAN DAILY__

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FOU-'TAIN FENiS
FOU-NTAIN YENS AND PENCILSI

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pecial sale on F-'ersharp and mech-!
nical pencils. 0. D. Morrill, 17
ickel's Arcade.
'HERE'S an advantage in buying
your fountain pegs at Rider's. The
least little thing required to make it:
satisfactory' in every way can be
qjuickly and skillfully done after:
Christmas at Rider's Pen Shop.

________________________ I VIURAY '2, X ILLhas been unable to perform the du'
USED CARS. TAILOR # E D T F of the office. The other committeeri
+ E DBOOK S A F are Thomas Fiske, Halsey David:
1919 Chevrolet touring, $150~ good CUJSTOM MADE suits-Alterations. Re- Martha Schneider and George Pat
running condition. pairing. Albert Gansle, Tailor, 1151 asit h
CasTogh,'2, reside>nt o tlw Te ommittee will meet in room
1921 Stearns 4 pass. Touring, has had !8. Main (upstairs). juirltrr 2lshannone fteUio t4ocokMna
low ilae, mchaicaly 0 K.the appointment of Charles 1lurray, take the preliminary steps in the p~
1921 4-Nash touring, refinished, A-1 " 25, as chairman of the book commit-lctinothbok
mechani ca lly SPECIAL tee in tepaeo ila tnmn
1919 Oldsmobile 6-touring, refinished.! ,Ot '5 hecpace of cWiam itonessn,ParnzThDil detsr
good running condition.. ONE WEEKwhbcueocotneilnsPrnzeTeDlyAetsr
ANN ARBOR NASH CO. } SUITS 2 _________________________
A. C. Marquardt. CLEANED A 0) PRESSED
3llMaynard, phone 1927. $1.()() .,-

per res

line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for
Ions, cash in adslance. Minimum. 3 lines per insertion.1
,f 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, 11c per
cr more lnsertlons. White space charged for at samne
rged only to those having phones. Ask about contracts !--
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oluln inCloses at 1i o'clock 'Noon, Saturday.
0n;.m1-te-Ad -Taken"

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RIDER "Maasterpen" direct from the WANTED
manufacturer is always the most!
appreciatedI gift. Rider's Pen Shop, !,GARAGE nera corner of Hill and
302 State St. Forest. Call 'Davis 1460.

1~lHORACE CLAVEAU
! IS. University, Phonie 885=J.

Our Aim is to Create

Harmony Among the students

LOST
ONE DIAMOND AND PLATINUM
filigree ring with square set dia-
mond in center and 10 small ones
surrounding. Reward. Call Miss
Davidson, 1600-W.
LOWER part of gold fountain pen.'
Initial "H". Finder please call Miss
Reddaway, Univ. 10-M.
JAN.2 on Interurban between Detroit
and Ann Arbor, gold verist watch,
octagon shape, monogram F. 'A. S.
on back. Reward.
PARKER pen in Ec.. library, Friday
forenoon. Finder please call Smith
2507-J after 8 p. mn.

FOR .kENT
ONE excellent upstairs suite and- one
large room downstairs. 42SmHam-
ilton Place, Phone 2122-J.
FURNISHED apartment for the win-
ter, four iroor s and bath, first' floor.1

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THOSE ,fine, large Wahl's "Signature"
Pens for Christmas at Rider's Pen+
Shop, 302 State St.
We have a fine assrmn of those
all mretal midget 'Wahl and1 Ever-
slurp sets in gift boxes. Rider's;

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H-oly -do Ive do this?

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uuD ~ oreL ae. Yonezi46,s.Pen S'iop.
VA'RY desireable room for girl one! FOUNTAIN PENS & PENvCILS
block from campus. Call Mrs.' (br- Clearance sale on Eversharp, also !
man. 2482-M.I broken lines of well known mechan-
lEALsal aatmn fr tdetical pencils and fountain pens.
couple. Compl)etely equiped, half1 .D.MRRL
block from campus. Phone Mir. 17 Nickes Arcade
Mast, 319-R or call 609 E. Williams - - _._-}-R--- -
evenings. FOR SAL'

SA Tremendous Reduction
~-0-:N ALL _____
WINTER HATS
Po ular irice tat Shop 33Mo

ANS. 21~y serbiing ,you meals that suit
your taste and your, pocketbook.

The HARMONY CA FETERIA

508 E. WILLIAM ST.

2'BLOCKS FROM' CAMPUS

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MONOGRAIMIMED Hamilton watch on
Ferry Field. Phone 3024.
BEAUiTY SHOP
For Special Beauty Work
A RCADIA BEAUTY PARLOR
21 Wuerth Arcade Phone 17133-R.
TYPEIWRITER REPAIIIt)
ALL MAKES. Agency WVoodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copN
holders, rubber stamps, i ibbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and supy-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCJ lAN,E. hone 6,N6 dOwut.OWa
IARGE double room, will rent for one
or two, very reasonable, 425 S. Div-
ision. Phone 1565-J.
ROOM and board in private home.
Also use of piano. 1205 Wright st.
FRONT SUITE for two boys. Four1
blocks from campus. 721 S. Div-
ision, Phone 1705-M.
tiiA NTDATRT and r~otaltvn~ritcpa2r a t sf. jU .:.

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FULL booded Airdale dogs, Fred
TAKE advantage of the peppy -wea-, llirschmidt, Saline. Phone 197
ther, get out' in the open.('all Ring 2-2.
1069-J. for a car.____________ ________
GOOD. bargains in typewriters-both
DRESSMAKING AND TAILOlLING r standardi and portable machines.
Exclusive collegiate styles for Room 2 711 N. Univ. Ave.
youing women. Needlework of allICHA rciaynw ooatpe
kind. Exeriecedworkanshp. riter and Spencer camera, Lucida.
MRS. R. . REAM Call at 722 Packard, evenings.
411 Thompson. Phone 2768-W.
1 $25 CAMERA cheap. Phone 1805-Rl.
THY" PLACE TO BUY ((SIE iSEVC
TlOILET PAPER Superfluous
BRUSHES FACIAL HAIRS
I3ROOMS emroved Permanently by

-ere.,is

Yt4our Chance

to

Save

Money

H0IpAT S
Your Choice of Any Dobbs or Knapp Felt Hat in our
GLOVES'

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Stock ,

$4.85

MOPS
BASKETS7
DISHES
GLASSWARE
WAITER'S COATSa
WAITER'S APRONSj
Is atj
THE HOME SUP2LY STORE'
209-11 E. Washington St.
BIRD SUPPLIES
FULL line of bird seed. Haller's
HeIalth Food, Song Restorer, Lice
powder.} All clean fresh goods.
HARRIS SEED STORE {
Cor. Washington and 5th Ave.
LIOCKSMIITHI

ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
Hours:
1 to 224 Nii..kel's Arcad
4:30 P. M. (2nd Floor)

LambskinI
Lambskin,
Lambskin1
Lam b ski nI
LambskinI
Wool lined
,Wool lined

lined
lined
lined
lined
lined

gloves,
gloves,
gloves,
gloves,
gloves,

$70vaureduced to
6.50 value, reduced to,
=6.00 value, reduced to
5.50 value, reduced to
5.00 value, reduced to

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.$5000,
*4.87
yf4.50.
*4.13
*3.75
. 3.00
*2.63

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i I SICAL
IKEEP PHYSICALLY fat by the' daily
*use of Walter Camp's Daily Dozen
on Records. Complete outfits sold
by Schaeberle & Son.
TED RHOADE'S orchestra presents
Joe Sweeny and his five-piece or-
chestra.T
E. NORMANTO©N Bilbie (of the De-
troit Conservatory of Music). Teach-
er of violin, piano, harmony.
Studio, 307 N. Main. Phone 611-M.

9gloves,
gloves,

$4.00 value, reduced to..
3.50 value, reduced to . .

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NECK W EAR
All $3.50, $3.00 and $2.50 values reduced to .j.
All $2.00 and $1.50 values reduced to...
All $1.25 and $1.00 values reduced to ....... .

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$1.95
1.15
.75 a

Goodl machines. S. A. Moran, Room
2, 711 N. Univ.
'iiRWE, room. furnished apartment
for housekeeping. 1007 Monroe.
Single room also. .
FOUND1

ALL kinds of trunk and door keys.
Fitting keys and openning locks a
specialty. Dell Keeler, 1136 W.
Huron. Phone 2498.
WOMIEN'S SHOPS+
STOCK REDUCING SALE
HATS-CORSETS-HOSIERY"
MILADYS SHOPPE
27 Wuerth Arcade, Upstairs

c CARDS and STATIONERY
CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY
One-half off on Gift Box papers.
Boxes slightly, soiled. Contents clean
and in first-class condition.
0. D.' MORRILL
l7Nikels Arcade

TINKER & COMPANY

South State Street at William Street

A LADIES wrist
~,fore vacation.
same by giving
paying for ad.

watch the day, be-
Owner may have
full description and
Call 2492-W.

The Home of Better Clothes, Fu rnishings and Hats at

F air Prices

JANVARY CLEARAWAY SALE;

COMMENCINGI
SATURDAY
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AN EVENT WITH
A SERIOUS
'OBJECT

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Fine

Jlerch andise!

Lowv

Pries!

D efinite

Savings!

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Men'S
SUITS

Sale time here is not merely a matter of following custom. It's a.n emergency
operation-entered. into with a serious object and carried through in determined
manner.
We're after quick action-hence no "pussyfooting" when it comes to lower
prices. 'The savings are real incentives; genuine inducements to, those that seek.
.unusual economy in Men's Fall and Winter Cothing and general, outfitting.
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MATS
and CAPS

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AT 1-4 OFF

All
All
All
All

Down Go 'prices
$35 Suits Now....... $26.25
$40,Siuits Now ....... 30t0
$45 Suits Now .......33.75
$50 Suits Now ....... 37.50

$5.00 Hats for .. .
$6.00 Halts 'for .
$8.00 Velour Hats.
All $2.50 Caps .
All $3.00 Caps .

.$ .3.75
.., "4.50
.. ..6.00
.~1.87
.. ..,2.25

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OVERCOATS

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ourt-h

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Shirts

Including Patrick
1-4 COFF

Coats
$26.25

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$35
$40
$45
$50
$60
$65
$75,

O'Coats for ......
O'Coats for ... .
O'Coats for........
O'Coats for....
O'Coats for........
O'Coats for.......
O'Coats for '........

30.00
33.75
37.50
45.00
48.75
56.25

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hiv ng!
Mtn" cry

Hundreds of our better.
grade Shirts all at 1-4 off
$2.0Shirts Now ... ....$1450
$2.50 Shirts Now.......... 1.87
$3.00 Shirts' Now.. . 2.25
$4.00 Shirts Now .... ,....3.00
$5.00 Shirts Now .. ......3,75
CLOSING OUT OF ALL COR-
DUROY NORFOLK
SUITS AT
$16.50

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This Is Jdust One Clean Sweep and It's Your Opportunity. Don't "Think Awhile
but Act Now! Later May vbe Too Late!

Sheep Lined Corduroy
Coats at 1-4 Off

EXTRAORDINARY SPECIALS.

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Sweaters, Underwear, Pajamas,

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