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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

COLUMN F COUM
CLOSESCLOSES
AT3 .M.DVE TI INGAY 3 P, Ms

Clemenceau, "Tiger"

FOR SALlE
FORD COUPE, 1921 ?Model, many ac-
cessories. In good conldition. Call
669 or inquire at 331 E. Liberty St.
OVERLAND Touring car in excellent
condition $100.00. Phone 1993-R.
FOR SALE 3 Eskimo puppies. Call
Yott 2467-M.
FORDS $50.00 and up. Nixons 416 So.
Main.I

FOR RENT
ROOMS Steam heat. Also roommate
wanted. Phone 1194-M. 422 E.
Washington.
A SUITE FOR RENT and a room-
rnsi.te W nted for young man in

FOR SALE Sixteen foot canoe with
complete equipment. Good condli-
tion. Call'Van Antwerp at 3586-J
or leave number.

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FOR SALE Ford Speedster in good
shape Come and -see it. 605 E. Jef-
ferson. 1519.
L. C. SMIThI TYPE.WRITER No. 8;
For sale cheap. In good conditionr
Call Riley at 244 after 9:00 P'. M.
COMI"LETE SET of (rums. Also
Buescher C-Melody Saxophone, sat-
in gold finish. Call 3419.
FOR SALE 1923 Ford touring fine4
condition, 4 new tires. First rea-
sonable offer takes it. Address
Box W. D.
DRIVE TO TIlE GAMES
Seven passenger touring in goodl
condition; five} good cord tires.
$175.00. Call 2517-3.
LOST
GAMMA SIGMA Pin. Finder pleasc
return to L. Gibson. 807 S. state.
Phone 3010-R. Reward.
MUSIC
1. BLAIR TOLHURST, A. C. M.
Teacher of
Piano, Banjo, and Plectral instru-
ments. Studio at University Music
. Hlouse.

modern, 'newrly decorated house.
All furnishings new, Price $3.50.
304 S. I~ifth St. Phone 1733-R.
NICELY FURNISHED house. Mod-
ern throughout. Sleeping porch.j
101 Granger. Telephone 3024.
FOR RENT Roon-s. 'Three and four
dollars a week:. Two blocks fromI
New Lawyer's Club. 555 South
D~ivision. Corner of Madison.
A tiSUVITE. Sunny. Steamn heat. Hot!
water. 311 Thompson.
FOR RNT Two large suites and sin~-
gle or double room, shower, one,
block to campus. Reasonable. 632'
Church St. Ask for Bartlett or
Remmier.
WA NTE1O

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WANTED Students and
washing. Called for and
Phone 2452-M.

suitcase
delivere&.

1 SALESMEN to work part time good
commission. Phone 63, Madsen. r
WANTED STUDENTS and family
washings. Telephone 2873-M.
STUDENT to work seven hours a,
week for room.. Inquire 1108 Pros-
pect. Phone 2507-W. I
l X ERIENC ED Cook and porter orf
either, for fraternity. Position Is
p)ermranent. Mail address and
lhone number to Box B. R. Michi-
g an aIDily.
i : ISCELLANEOUS
DR1. W. S. ILTLS
Osteopathic Physician
616 First National: Bank Bldg.
Phone 321 F-i
FLOWERS
The noblest comIpnment you can
pay your Mother is to send her a.
token of Flowers on your birthday.
Ask us about our Flowers by wire
tier-Vice to any part of the World. We
are as near you as your nearest
poe1\Ann Arbor Floral Co.
Ann Arbor's Leading Florists.
1021 Maiden Lane. Phone 2170

Interestitig glimpses of Georges Clem n Iceaiu, iger" of France find formeer ivwar premieir acid -his family. Above,
left to right, a character study of him as lie looked wn his Oisit to th e F. S.; -islhe appeatred at .home re-
cuperating from an attenmpt made oni his life by ani assassin, anid a s he appeared while preier of France
durinig the days of .the Versailles peace coniference. Belowo his dlaughteir Mute. Cloinenceau-Jacquieiaiire,
an interestig study of him, and d ~aughter Iv4eJeung Cleiiienceaui.

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LESSONS FREE with stringed
struments. Come in and let us
plain. Uviversity Music Hiouse.

In-
ex-

MELL GILLESPIE, Mandolin, guitar,
banjos and chord construction.
Telphone 1791-M.
F'OR RENT
$3,x50 A 'WEEK Secures a $4.50 or
$5.00 double room this. week. All
new furniture. Steam heat. Hlot
and cold water. 2 blocks from
campus. 337 Thompson St.

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are especially designed for Col-
lege men. All the new ideas,
shown in a variety of shades and
patterns, are ready for your in-
spection. For downright good
value, sound tailoring, and every-
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