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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~ . PAGE SEV

__E AVCLOSSN
A ADVFRTISING AT 3 P.

LOST
LOST Glasses in black case between

the sophomore benches are strictly
"Off limits.'

FOR SALE FOR RENT
LATE MODEL Standard keyboard FOR RENT Single room, 609 Monroe
Monarch Typewriter in good condi- Phone 2236-R.
tion. $30. Call Robert 2894-X-W.,nrs-----

room and campus. 1314-J. 506 E. .
Catherine. Mr. Andrew Miller. who has been
an instructor in the electrical engin-
BROWN PURSE containing money, oering department for the past two
on State St. between Barbecue Inn years, left the University this fall to
and Entrance Nickel's Arcade. enter a theological school in the
Phone 1363-W or 703-W. fEast.
LOST Pair of shell-rimmed glasses
Saturday. Reward. Dorothy Kin-
ney, Martha Cook, Phone 217.
SAISCBLLANEOUSeran

linneapolis. Minn., Oct. 6.--Coach
Taylor, of the University of Minne-
scta, has already issued his call for
basketball candidates. The Gopher
mentor believes in "practice makes

i a;c e c.,I Voted? Apply on Campus.
De Ycur Duty, Be Sure and Vote.
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FOR SALE See all out of town games
in a railroading Hudson Super.
Pass everything. Carefully used.
Rubber good for Frisco and return.
Owner needs money. Only $400.00.
169 1-W.
OLD VIOLINS; A fine collection of
01ld Strad Guarneri, Amati, andi
Stainer models, Cellos, Mandolins,
and Guitars. Will buy or repair old
broken violins. 533 S. Main St.
Phone 1075-W.
SWEET CIDER. Fresh daily. Bring
your jug. Charles Klager, 617 S.
Main.
1924 Chevrolet Coupe, in good condi-
tion. Reason for elling is that cash
is needed. Call Sterner 1808-W.
STARO-LIFE free at White Star
Stations. See Page Tow. Abbott
Gasoline Co.
CAE' A STARIO-LIFE treatment free
at William and Maynard. See page .
two. Abbott Gasoline Co.

A LARGESingle room near the cam-
puis. Phone 1257-W.
FOR RENT Furnished room for light
housekeeping for two ladies or a
married couple. 412 Thompson or
Phone 3123-R.
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.
BEHIND Law Club dandy single
everything furnished. 637 Oakland.
ROOM for one boy. 331 Thompson.
Price reasonable.
FOR RENT A single room. First
floor for student or business man.
Tel. 3274-W. 518 Cheever Ct.
FOR RENT Two front rooms, single
and double or as suite, suitable for
teachers, students or business peo-
ple. Steam heat, plenty of hot

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DR. I. S. MILLS
Osteopathic Physician
616 First National Bank Bldg,
Phone 321F-1
BOARD

HOME COOKING At 415 Church St.
Full week $6.60, lunch and dinner
*5.60. Single rooms for students.
Berkeley, Cal., Oct. 6.-Freshman
women at the southern branch of the
University of California are made to
toe the mark by the sophomore co-eds.
Green buttons, with the word "fresh-
io" must be worn at all times, and

Drop in and inspect our new plant. You'll
like the way we do things. More than this
you'll like the service and quality that extends
over every printing need.

For your convenience

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water. Phone 1194-M.
ington.

422 E. Wash-

FORD Ames Roadster Body, late
192 Engine. 10,000 miles, starter,
shock absorbers. Strombery carbu-
rotor. Good tires. Quick sale want-
ed. A. D. Moore, 718 Onondaga.
3546-J
A TENOR Banjo., Waverly make,
Ragers head. Call Haey 1643J,
between 7 and 8 in evening.
FOR SALE Remington Portable
Typewriters. Time payments if de-
sired. Geo. Register, 604 E. Madi-
son, Phone 1809. _
M. A. C. SPECIALS
Cars to Drive to the Games
At Special Close-out Prices
1923 Ford Sedan .............$295.00
7-Pass. Haynes Touring ......$175.00
Good Tires
7-Pass. Paige touring ........150.00
Extra Good
1920 Chevrolet Touring .....$ 65.00
Starter and Everything
1920 Cleveland Roadster......$150.00
Repainted
1919 Buick Touring .........$110.00
Looks Hard-Runs Good
1920 Buick Touring.......$165.00
Same as.Above '
Ford Speedster .........$.... 35.00
Ford {touring........ ....$ 25.00
Needs a Little Work
Hudson Sport...............$325.00
Looks and Runs Like a Million
1922 Essex 4 Touring . .....$495.00
1922 Essex 4 Cab............... $625.00
7-Pass. Marmon Touring.... .$650.00
Brand New Tires-Just Overhauled
Will run all Season Without Expense
1921 Dodge Touring. ........$295.00
Best Buy in Town
1923 Dodge Touringh..............$475.00
Disc Wheels
1922 Overland Touring ......$200.00
1924 Essex 6 Coach ...........$785.00
New Balloon Tires
1920 Dort Touring ........ .... $ 95.00
Best Running Car in Town
HUDSON SALES and SERVICE
310 E. Washington St.
Albert M. Graves
NUSI6
MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and
teacher, thirty years experience.
Mandolin, guitar, banjos and chord
construction. Telephone 1791-M.
TUTORING
TUTORING IN FRENCH BY TEACH-
ER WITH EXPERIENCE. SPE-
CIAL DRILL IN PRONOUNCIA-I
TION IF DESIRED. PHONE 2384-J
FOR APPOINTMENT.

WANTEDI
WANTED STUDENTS and family
washings. Telephone 2873-M.

FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
101=105 S.MAIN ST.---ANN ARBOR, MICH.--330 S. STATE

WANTED

Nov. 22nd. Engagement

for Synco Septette. Hottest color-
ed orchestra in America. Call H. T.
Augustus, Ypsi 135-W.
TWO TICKETS for M. A. C. game.
Call Hoek, 343.
WANTED A student's desk wiht two
columns of drawers. Reply with
price and description to Box No.
WANTED Position as cook or porter
by man of experience. Phone 592.
2 M. A. C. Football tickets. Must be
together. Phone 1384 between 121
and 1 o'clock, Oct. 7.
WANTED MUSICIANS for dance or-.
chestra. N. Slutsky. 1510-J Call 2
to 5 P. M.
LOST
LOST Gold pencil, trade mark, Mor-
rison. Return to C. M. Meeks, Read-
ing Room. Literary Building.
DUNHILL SHELL BRIAR Pipe most
likely in New Lit; Bldg. Jimmie-The
Ad-Taker. Daily office.
BROWN LEATHER Coin purse with
about: $11.50 in it. Initials M. L.
K. and date July 3, 1924 on inside.
2482-M.
A ROBINSON REMINDER with
name Howard J. Blue engraved on
cover. Contains memorandum of
value to owner only. Return to H.
B. Burnside, 607 Hill St. or call
1118-W.
Trerace Garden
Dancing Studio
Open Oaily, 10 a. m. to 10p.
m. We teach all modern,
fancy, ballet, stage, tairgo
and sfolkdances for children and
adults. Class every Monday andi
Friday.
Fifteen one-hour lessons, $5.00.
No. 22 WUERTH ARCADE
Phone 241-R
Vote by Absentee Ballot, on Campus.
OXFORD
VS.
MICHIGAN
Toplic for Debate:
"P'rohibitioni Question"
Admission 50c
Wednesday, Oct. 8
111 Auditorium, 8 P. 11.

S UCCESS IN BUSINESS DEPENDS VERY
MUCH ON THE FINANCIAL LEADER-
SHIP YOU FOLLOW---THE KIND OF COM=
PANY YOU KEEP. IN SELECTING THIS
BANK YOU CAN MAKE NO MISTAKE.
SOUND AND EXPERIENCED DIRECTION,
GREAT RESOURCES, STRONG ALLIANCES,
MAKE THIS BANK A GOOD ONE TO TIE TO.

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