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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

COCMN ASSIFIE NS
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CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 F, R ADVERTISING AT 3 P.Y,.

rO SALE
FORD COUPE, 1921 Model, many ac-
cessories. In good condition. Call
669 or inquire at 331 E. Liberty St.
OVERLAND Touring car in excellent
condition $100.00. Phone 1998-R. I
FOR SALE 3 Eskimo puppies._ CallI
Yott 2467-M.

FOR RENT
$3.50 A WEEK Secures a $4.50 o
$5.00 double room this week. Al
new furniture. Steam heat. Hlo
and cold water. 2 bloths from
campus. 337 hompson St.
ROOMS Steam heat. Also roommat
wanted. Phone 1194-M. 422 E
Washington.

L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITER No. 81
For sale cheap. In good condition
Call Riley at 244 after 9:00 P. M.
COMPLETE SET of drums. Also
Buescher C-Melody Saxophone, sat-
in gold finish. Call 3419.
FOR SALE 1923 Ford touring fine
condition, 4 new tires. First rea-
sonable offer takes it. Address
Box W. D.
DRIVE TO THE GAMES
Seven passenger toting in good
condition; five goo cord tires.
$175.00. Call 2517-J.
FOR SALE Buescher C-Melody Saxo-
phone. 619 Whaley Court 1662-J.
FOR SALE-Ford sedan, cheap for
cash. See it at 813 McKinley.
FOR SALE Saddle horse, chestnut
color, four white stockings. Eng-
lish saddle. Cheap. McDowell, 338
Maynard, upstairs.
DOUBLE CAPAITY FOB
CENTRALH1ATING PLANT
Boilers, practically doubling the ca-
pacity of the central heating plant,
are now in place and fittings and
connections are being made which will
allow the enlarged plant being placed
in operation about Jan. 1.
Space in the old structure has been1
enlarged, allowing the addition of 4,-
000 horsepower to the capacity of the
plant. The former capacity was 2,500
horsepower. Newly installed boilers
will provide 2,000 additional horsepow-
er, leaving space for boilers with an
additional ;capacity of 2,000 horse-4
power to take care of future expansion.
Coal storage space has also been
doubled, allowing room for 40,000 tons
of coal, practically all of which is now
in the pits.
Heating tunnels have been carried
to all of the new buildings.
Giants, Griffs
To Start Today
(Continued from Page Six)
The Nats will put the same lineup
in the field that won th'e pennant;
Judge on first, Manager Harris on
second, Peckinpaugh at short, Blueg
at third, and Rice, Goslin, and Mc-
Neeley in the outfield.
McGraw will be forced to shift his
outfit. His probable lineup will con-
sist of Terry at first, Frisch at sec-
ond, Jackson at short, Lindstromi at
third, and Kelly, Wilson and Young
in the garden. Heinie Grohs injured
knee has not healed sufficiently to
enable him to hold down his cus-
tomary place at the hot corner, al-
though Frisch is in shape again.
The scandal involving two mem-
bers of the Giants' club will have no
effect in the series according to au-
thorities, although the disclosures re-
sulting in the expulsion of O'Connell
and Dolan have changed the odds of-
fered by gamblers. The Senators are
now favored to win the first game.
There is plenty of 6 to 5 money on the
American Leaguers, while Giant sup-
porters are offering 11 to 10.
Local Instructor
Wins Art Prizes
Leon A. Makilski, instructor in the
painting and drawing department of
the architectural college, won consid-
erable fame this summer with several
of his portraits which he exhibted at
the state fair. One of these enttled
"Worker," which was a portrait of
his 'father, was purchased by the
State Musun of Art in lDetroit, and
will be kept there on permanent ex-
hibit. This was painted in a very un-
conventional style.

Another portrait, that of his wife's
grandmother, received the gold medal
at the state fair. Last winter a por-
trait of Mrs. Moriel Miller of South

NICELY FURNISHED house. Mod
urn throughout. Sleeping porch
1601 Granger. Telephone 3024.
FOR RENT Rooms. Three and four
dollars a week. Two blocks from
New Lawyer's Club. 555 South
Division. Corner of Madison.
A SUITE. Sunny. Steam heat. Hot
water. 311 Thompson.
FOR RENT Two large suites and sin
gle or double room, shower, one
block to campus. Reasonable. 632
Church, St. Ask for Bartlett or
Remmler.
NICE DOUBLE room for rent. Will
rent to one person for $4.00. Close
to the campus. Well heated. 228 S.
Thayer St. Phone 1612-W.
ROOM for one boy. 331 Thompson.
Price reasonable.
WANTED
WANTED Students and suitcase
washing. Called for and delivered.
Phone 2052-M.+
WANTED STUDENTS and family
washings. Telephone 2873-M.
WANTED Nov. 22nd. Engagement
for Synco Septette. Hottest color-
ed orchestra in America. Call H. T.
Augustus, Ypsi 135-W.
ITUSIG I
r ELL GILLESPIE, Mandolin, guitar,
banjos and chord construction.
Telphone 1791-M.
LOST
LOST Pair glasses. Black leather!
case in B Law, library or Palmer
Field house. Return 506 E. Cather-
ine St. or call 1314-J.

LOST Tortoise shell glasses. RewardI
call Bannister, 2738. ncir,
MISCELLANEOUS 15-1-Hour c
I 1$5.00. Free I
DR. W. S. MILLS 1 0
Osteopathic Physician ENROL
616 First National Bank Bldg. Class every M(
Phone 321 F-1 Private Le,
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AFTER SCHOOL '0U RS
URN your spare hours
into REAL money by s211-
ing our high-class line. No pre- =O
vious experience necessary. We
s"ve buyrs from 25 to 40.
eEvery man your prospect. $5 to I3 Maynard St.
$15 a day easily earned,. o30Manr t
Profits Begin at Once! outh o ay
No Nvaithiz for commijssions! Sim- II
ply deduct Your profit at ti Wof ill Serve a Chicken or Roast Beef
sale. Don't stint yourself flnari-
c(aHly wbhile attending college.
Write today for complete dotails i D n e ta t y a
of t ' remrkablel sellingoppor-
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Tickets ordered by mail will be selected in the order of receipt and will be
mailed at purchasers risk unless fee for registration is enclosed. Tickets for
this course are sold entirely independent of the Choral Union Series and do NOT
contain Festival Coupons.
BLOCK "A" $5.00-Sections 2, 3 and 4 (three center sections) on the Main
Floor, and Sections 7, 8 and 9 in the First Balcony, front to rear, inclusive.
BLOCK "B" $4.00-Sections 1 and 5 (two side sections) on the Main Floor
and Sections 6 and 10 in the First Balcony, front to- rear, inclusive.
BLOCK "C" $3.00-Second Balcony, Front, Eight Rows.
BLOCK "D" $2.00-Second Balcony, Rear. (Back of First Eight Rows.)

PUBLIC

SALE

On Monday, October 6, at
be placed on sale at the office
at the above prices.

8:30 o'clock in the morning all unsold seats will
of the University School of Music, Maynard Street,
f Address Orders to Charins A. Sink, Secretary

Bend, Ind., won the first prize award-
ed by the Museum of Detroit for
portraits. Mr. Makielski has also
painted the portraits of a number of
faculty men. One of these was recent-
ly presented to the University. It was
of Eliel Saarien, the Finnish architect
who taught here last winter by invit-
ation.
Mr. Makielski spent a good deal of
time this summer painting landscapes

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