SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, X.924
COLUMN!.aSS I I COLUMN
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTI SING0 AT 3 P.M..
ROOM for one. boy.
OVERLAND Touring, car in excellentj
condition $100.00. Phone 1998-1R.
L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITER No. 8
.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 8419.
FOR SALE 2 M. A. C. football tickets
OLD) VIOLINS; A fine collection of
01(1 Strad Guarneri, Amati, and
Stainer models, Cellos, Mandolins,
and Guitars. Will buy or repair 0old
broken violins. 533 S. Main St.
SECOND HAND FO11D Touring car
for sale. Inquire of Mr. Living- }
stone at Michigan Union.
FOR SALE Overland touring. Goodl
engine. Self starter-and god bat-
tery. 1924 license plates. Bargain at
$25. Phone 551-R.
1+ORI SALE Remington Portable
Typewriters. Time payments ift(de-
sired. Geo. Register, 604 E. Madi-
son, Phone 1809.
FOR RENT A single room. Firstj
floor for studlent or business man.
Tel. 3274-W. 518 Cheever Ct. j
WANTED STUJDENTS and family'
washings. Telephone 2873-M.
WANTED Nov. 22nd. Engagement
for Synco Septette. Hottest color-J
ed orchestra in America. CallH.T
Augustus, Y'psi 135-W.
WANTED One or two students to oc-
cupy a large suite. 411 E. Williams.
MElL GILLES PIE, Mandolin, guitar,
lan~os and chord construction.I
new musical experience is in store for you
A "Rhapsody in Blue," introducing symphonic
treatment of 'jazz themes.
LOST Pair glasses. Black
Ccase in B Law, library or
Field house. Return 506 E.
ine St. or call 1314-J.
LOST Tortoise shell glasses. Reward
call Bann ister, 2738.
NICELY FURNISHED house. Mod-I'
ern throughout. Sleeping porch. I
1601 Granger. Telephone 3024. I
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.j
NICE DOUBLE room for rent. Will
renit to one person for $4.00. Close
to the campus. Well heated. 228 S.
Thayer St. Phone 1612-W.
Read the Want Ads
DR. 1V. S. MILLS
616 First National Bank Bldg.
TUTORING IN FRENCH BY TEAChI-
ER WITH EXPERIENCE. SPE-
CIAL DRILL .INv PRO'NOTJNCIA-
TION IF D)ESIRED. PHONE 2334-J
FOUJR OR FIVE Boys can, obtain first
class board in private family. 1007
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The Modern Dumas
Thisis the title of tribute applied to Rafac'
Sabatini by distinguished men of letters, illus-
trious literary critics and lovers of high adven-
ture tales the world over. Upon Sabatini's/
-~ shoulders has fallen the mantle of glory that
I iiiwas D)umas'. Fie has the Dumas energy and
fire and imagination, and his stories have the
same extraordinary color, endless surprises
I illrand never-flagging spirit. They command uni-/
versal intere(st and popularity. And one of /
the best of~ them is-
"THE SEA HAWK"
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1. Photographs for ENS IAN are all to be made s- = _
by THANKSGIVING (7
2. LA RGES", T LASS in the History of Michigan.
&AN EARLY APPOINTMENT for a. sitting
very desirable, as it would be impossible to
photograph 2,000 students, if all waited until