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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FORt $ALE
CHEAPER TITAN RENTING
Five room stucco house, all modern,
oak floors and trim, large lot
$6,500, $500 down..
Five room bungalow, new, all mod-
ern, oak floor, $ w6,300, 600 down.
Ca ll Mr. Sergeant with
CHARLES BROOKS
215 First National Bank Bldg.
Phones 315-3552 Evenings 783
FOR SALE Paramount tenor banjo
Style B. One year old. Good condi-
tion. Call at room D35 Lawyers
Club.
6 DISTEEL WHEELS For Ford, com-
plete with hubs, bearings, drums
and carrier, nearly new. 1208
Wells.
FOR SALE Remington Portable
Typewriters. Time payments if de-
sired. Geo. Register, 604 E. Madi-
son, Phone 1009.
DODGE SEDAN $225 for quick sale;
lots of pep; five good tires; paint
good;f excellent mechanical condi-
tion; a comfortable inexpensive
enclosed car. Owner leaving city.
Try it for yourself. 424 W. Huron
Street.
OLD VIOLINS; A fine collection of
old Strad Guarneri, Amati, and
Stainer models, Cellos, Mandolins,
and Guitars. Will buy or repair old
broken violins. 533 S. Main St.
Phone 1075-W.-
THREE FAMILY Near campus. First
class investment. Income $150
monthly. Price $11,500. Terms. See
ANN ARBOR REALTY EXCHANGE
7 Savings Bank Blidg.
Phone 866
WANTED

LOST
PARKER Duofold Fountain Pen.
Large size. Phone 1665-W. C. D.
Wright.
LOST IDEIJTA ZETA pledge pin. Call
at room 101 Betsy Barbour house.
VWRIST WATCH White gold, initials
1.1D. on back.Also fountain pen,
printed with namve. Reward. Mar-
riot Donaldson 904-R.
MISCELLANEOUS
DR. W. S. MILlS
Osteopathic Physician
616 First National Bank Bldg.
Phone 321 F-1
JIHERTAN TilE TAILOR
Suits made to your measure $25.00,
$30.00 and $35.00. Herman the
Tailor. 802 5. State St.
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FOOT THROUGH ACCIDENT
B. J. McDonald, '26E, had one foot
amputated at the ankle late Sunday
afternoon as a result of blood poison-
ing which affected a cut received in
the overturning of his Ford on the
road to t11' Dayton air races last
week.
The accident occurred about 4 o'-
clock Friday morning, a short distance
out of North Baltimore. A sharp, un-
marked curve negotiated at too high
a speed sent the car rolling over
into the ditch, and it is thought that
McDonald caught his foot between the
pedals and the floor board, inflicting
the wound. His companion was un-
injured.

NSEYHOLLLTRY U xfords f
SleepyFollowh, been chosen "Nationl Is s - d t-he Pr i j t e N w Pattern
the site r the biMa GasH al Campaign is to be the suct o
loween festival celebration under the Ihis semester's extempore conteCst
auspices of the local Chamber of Con~ which will start at 4 o'clock next
mere. Plans are already well un-1'uesday in roam 342 Mason ball.
der way, it was announced yester- rhus(far there r appronhia'ly ;
day by P. P. Woodbridge, secretary of tryouts from which the seven T ad-
the local Chamber of Commerce. .ng contestants will be chosen to
A committee which was appointed compete in the final contest which
by Pres. W. H. Butler, of the chamber, will
met yesterday and appointed commit- o the fiac cts w b n A cut out Oxford tie in dull
frtefnlcnetwlliinavnetees to manage the celebration. r s 'ed ine aadnc e. r kido andiCuban
thought that not only the children, T aad this year is to be in the d and patent. Cuar heel.
butsalso the townspeoPle and a t- form of a silver placard upon which - All leather lined. A it
dt i ethe Oratorical association's seal will
has been planned. be ngraved, as will the name of the street shoe.
A serpentine parade will start the winner. This contest is open to the
cerem nies and a huge bonflre ill be entire campus with the exception of
built to present theatricals and page- feshmen and members of Delta Si-=
antry. Alfred 13. Connable, '25, pres- ma Rho, honorary public speaking
ident of the Student council, will be societr. Prced atn
in charge of these activities. Last fall's contest winners, speak-
Capt. I. C. 11olm, who is to be gen- ling on the subject, "United States -

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J eral chairman of the Halloween cele- Immigration Laws," were William
t ration, will give the legend of Sleepy Dixon, '26, Lillian McEachern, '24,1 a tioS elo re
- Hollow. The Universtiy of Michigan and Elmer Salzman, '25.
Sir Lynden Livingstone Macassey of band will play, games and contests
Ulster, is reported to have been asked will be staged, and carnival equip- Local Subscriptions $3.50-payable- Down Town 108 South Main
by the British government to act as ment -0ill add to the ivliness of the now.cal SHosiery, Too
third member of a commission which scene. Prizes are to be given for the
will decide the Irish boundary dis- best costumes in the parade. Boy HAVE YOU SUBSCRIBED YET? "111fitIIfI llllill II lliIliil111111111111111111111111111111111
pute. Scouts, Camp Fire girls, and the civic
clubs of Ann Arbor will all take part ll i g1111tI1 1tH t 11illt lilltakeipartitI iM12 li ti 11i111I t11111111111111111H 111111I 1111i 11111I d
parently ready to embark upon the in the general program.
crusade to Urbana.
The majority of these cars were Il lRL
from this state, while others camet!ui^
from as far East as Massachusetts, T ECORATlONS
New Jersey, Connecticut, Marylai\D,
New York; and from the West as far
as Nebraska, Iowa and California. I -
_ N _rs ____an__ na President Marion L. Burton de- COM PLETE ASSORTMENT AT
livered the address of welcome on be-
Student attendance at mathea- half of Michigan and the University
tics classes was the main problem to Dr. William A. Valentier, who re--T^
discussed by the mathematics faculty ently arrived from abroad to assume
of the literary college yesterday. The 1 the offices of director of the Art in-U
meeting was called by Prof. J. L. stituteatDetroit, in that city Wed- B/IK T0R
Markley of the mathematics depart- s ig T addr
nient for the purpose of discussing nesday night. The adress was given
this and other difficulties encoun- and Crafts society.soe ats1111111111111111111111111111 tI111111#111111-11-
tered this year. a Ralph Booth, president of the City
Art commission, gave the welcome in
Don't delay-Pay your Subscription behalf of the city of Detroit. Among 1
today. the guests of the banquet were, Eliel
:aarenin, lately appointed visiting
professor of architecture here, Mrs.
Read the Want Ads Ierof.E ofh
Lorch.

WANTEDI BOYS TO SELL MICH.
DAILY Extras. Apply at Press
Bldg. across from Majestic Theater.
ALL OUR FRIENDS To give us a
call at our new Church St. Barber
Shop. First-class work and cour-
tesy to all. JOE SHALTIS and ED-
WARD BOWEN, 607 Church.
STUDENT GIRLS washing wanted.
Will call for and deliver. Phone
3004-R.
RkOOMI For mother of a student, over
weekend of Wisconsin game, pre-
fer southeast section of town. Box
R. D. W. Michigan Daily.
WANTED One, two, or three, tickets
for Wisconsin game. Phone 377-J.
WANTED Experienced shoe salesman
for afternoon and Saturdays. Cam-
pus Bootery.
WANTED Two tickets for Wisconsin
game. Call 2756-M.
WANTED Four Wisconsin tickets, to-
gether or in pairs. Arcade Jewelry
Shop. Phone 152-W.
MUSIH
MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
er, thirty year's experience. Man-
dolin, guitar, banjos and chord
construction. Telephone 1791-M.
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS
Corona, Remington and Underwood
Portables; have you seen Corona
Four, the greatest improvement in,
typewriters during twenty years?
Other typewriters accepted in part
payment. Renting and repairing a
specialty.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arvade.
Pay for your Subscription today.

Student Cars On
Increase Dispite
Curb Of Faculty
Students continue to drive their au-
tomnobiles to classes, and when the
University officials prohibit them from
parking on the campus, and the city
decrees that they can park on but one
side of North University avenue and
State street, they nark on adjacent
streets and walk the rest of the way.
More than 1500 cars were counted
around the campus yesterday after-
ncon between 2 and 3 o'clock, which
is double the number counted just one
year ago yesterday afternoon. These
ca-:s were of all shapes and colors,
ranging from "arks" and "wrecks"
to Cadillacs, Lincolns, and Packards.
Several cars were decorated and ap-
Te rrace garden
E ancing Studio
Open Daily, 10 a. mn. to 10 p.
m. We teach all modern,
fancy, ballet, stage, tango
and folk danceh for children and
adults. Class every Monday and
Friday.
Fifteen one-hour lessons, $5.00.
22 Wuerth Arcade Phone 241-R
WILLITS
Dining Room Is Open to You.
50c Noon Luncheon, 11:30 A. M.
to 2 P. M.

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Aprons and Pillow Cases
or Christmas Gifts, at
PALMS ROYAL
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Tucked away behind a bit of ornament at the instep is
a gore. That is the secret of the clinging style of this
new pump. Step into it. There's no bother with fasten-
ings. You can hurry away to the scandal over the tea
cups, or the gregariousness of business, without even a
minutes tdelay. One of the many beauties of Walk-
Overs is that they do fit. They are made to fit the
shape of your foot, and they keep that shape.
CLARK
a ..Black calf is the
mode. This now shoe
is a Fifth Avenue
favorite. With side
gore and lattice
front.
Price $8.50

Silk
Dresses-

TW0 DAYS MORE

Since our opening on October first our store has
been crowded with eager patrons, taking advantage of
the very excellent offerings in dresses. As a result of this
success we are continuing a week end sale covering Fri-
day, Saturday and Sunday of silk and snort dresser-
the indispensible to every woman's wardrobe.
Specially Prieed at $25.00
Our winter overcoat selection is also sufficiently
full to warrant your early inspection. These include
penny browns, greens, rusts, sport and fur trimmed coats
-new shades and new materials. Glad to show them
to you.

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