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(I SDAY, OCTOkEI4 21, 1524

THE MI 141GAN DAILY'

UESDAY, OCTOI3EP. 21, 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TONSIL OPERA TION IC LASSIFIE

F~ort Mortem 'Snows Cause Could
Be Avoided by 3lediftal

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COLUMNAT3 P.M. ADVE~RTJ SING AT3 P.M.

FOR SALE

Kniowledge 'FOR SALE Paramount tenor banjo
"-- IStyle B.. One year old. Good condi-
DEAT'H UNEXPECTED tion. Call ,4t room D25 Lawyers
________Club.
Paul Ri. Dahlberg, '26M, of loch- t O }- SALE Remin.gton Pral
ester, New York passed away Satur- T'ypew'ilers. 'Time payments if de-
day Y morning at the University Ilos- siredi. (C o. Register, 604 E. Madi-
pit l. Dahlberg came to Prof. R. i son Phne 1F O9.
r Bishop Canfield's department last
week to have his tonsils removed, li1e ?OLD VIOLJINS : A fine collection of
was carefully examined and appeared ! old Strad Guarneri, Amati, and
to be in good health. Stainer models, Cellos~ Mandolins,
The operation was doge under co- Iand Guitars. Will buy or repair- old
camne anaesthesia. After. the opera- jbroken violins. 5,13 ,S. Main St.!
tion was partly over, without warn- Phone 1475-W.
ing the patient developed serious
symptoms and died suddenly. A~ post FOR SALE Two tickets for Choral
mortem examination by Prof. Aldred Union Series. First balcony, middle
S. Warthin's department showed what section. Reduced price. G. C. Webb,
is known at status lymphaticus. 1314 S. University, Phone 3363-J. j

FOR RENTr
FOR RE~NT Steil furnished five roomj
ja partment. Everything furnished
including bedding, linen, silver.
Price reasonable. 109 Packard,]
Phone 2714.#
$65.00 MONTHLY. Heated unfurnish-1
edapartment.. Will furnish forj
nominal extra charge. Restricted.j
Phone 2970-W. Ralph T. Swezey.j-

ONE TXWO or THREP',tick t thr le
Wisconsin Cgame. (Cal llrtj!
j1008-P. 12l1,N. Division.
II " LOST
L.OST a pair 0f lwfl irinised is
WednesdIay fiit4 ~i ~
Auditoriiuii and Union. iI leaise
phone Di. C. Cameron, 2271.-Wt.
LOST Gold foun aii pen, initials F
GW. B. Call 1325.
LOST Monday A. TO'. ,gel teen MV. C.i
depot and H-uron St:. a,1)i ack letIher
bag with namie andi rdO ic <sN. W
*Wilson, P III~1, 1, en graved '4 u
piate. Fincha ph r - cal01\Vih-,on,
jPhone 1231-W. 0i. 11 rol..
MELL GI.liSl'I1+, Soloist aiml tech-
er, thirty year's cxlpcrience. AMan-
dolin, guitar, Banjos anal chord
construction. 'Yeiel)lioiic 1791,M

TYP~EWRITERS
Corona, Remington and TUnderwood lt c yo ee or n .I1
i'oul, the great e si improvement ill; and2
ttym'owrii rs during twent~y y{ears?
01c rn h :pTwrii ors accept ed' in part
Im ~r. . 1hAigan:d replairinig a3 forV A'l~~
17 .Nickels' Arva('e.

1)BIA. W. S. MiLLS
fist ,opathic 1Physician
P'hone 321 F-1
Jt VSTY A Ii II VPC~I): (stai'ie 61i") in
1. «< v hi aek Radiun Silk, $10.00;
Sill; ~ $s .50. Sweaters in
3. w etc range cof si yiC5 at remark-
atb v ]',)oV pri'e!".
'I11 2QIrT AI'X S1OPf
:lu: i S. Main St.f
I'thow, 1861-M.

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WANTED,
ROOM FOR week end of Wisconsin!
game for lady. Either near campus
or east end of town. Box R. D. W.
M1ichigan Daily.
!WANTED Club, of men or women to
occupy entire house of eleven;
rooms, $2.50 or $3.00 each per'
week. Best residential section. 51I
blocks from campus. Phone °
1340-W.
WANTED STUDENT, good appearing,!
pleasing personality, about 15 hrs.
a week. Salary. Phone Geo. Le-
SBoeuf, 2143-J between 5 and 7 P. MV.
SUITE by graduate 'in private or

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This term means in an, adult a per- F'OR SALE 1921 Dodge, $100. Call at
sistence of certain glands which B322 Lawyers Club.
usually disappear in childhood. In __________________
this condition, sudden death from a T~WOO ICE?1GBSEATS for Jeritza
variety of causes is not uncommon. concert, main floor, middle section
It is an accident which in the pros- also two semester ticket for M~auer-
ent state of medical knowledge is aj)- Iatteson Concert, Nov. 2rd. 1'hone
parently unavoidable. 2011-M.
Dahlberg is survived by his parents,---^-

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xUev. ani ivirs. .Oscar iv. iiaiiiuerg, a{
sister, Mrs. D. F. Ahlberg, of Detroit,t
and =a brothier, LeRoy of the class of
'25, 'here.
Funeral services will be held this J
morning. at 10 o'clock from. the Alpha,
J (appa Lambda fraternity house at .
604 E. Madison. Burial will be held
in Evergreen Cemetery, Detroit.
VARSITY COAHSSTART 3
WER 10RADGE CUASH,
(Continued from Page Six)E
down with only a yard or two to go in 1
Illinois territory. It was a time when
caution might well have been dispens-
{id with. Illinois was leading by more
than 30 points and was taking it easy.
Michigan had everything to gain and
nothing to lose. Grange had been
slowed un considerably in the third
quarter- and Michigan' wad taking the
ofesive. Had'she taken mnore drastic
action even the final ten minutes of
play might have yielded enough points
to make the score look respectable.
With Illinois and the Memorial
stadium dedication game nothing but
a, bitter memory, Michigan's coaches
yesterday afternoon started prepara-
tion for the Bagers,. Illinois and
L. antng Studio 4:
Open Daily, 10 a. m:. to 10 p. ,
m' We teach all modern.,
fancy, ballet, stage, tango
and folk danelh for children and
adults;. Class every Monday and
Friday., E
Fifteen one-hour lessons, $5.00.
22 Wuerth Arcade Phone 241-R1,

Chicago remain the only undefeated. semi-private family. Near campus. 1
teams in the Conference. Both teams Possession Nov. first. Address BLi
must play one another- and1 both meet! care Daily.
Wisconsin. Should bothl meet a de-
feat and shoutld Michigan win leer; WANTED One ticket Wisconsin game
remaining games the Wolverines yetI 1706-J.
have a chance to stay in the race for!i
a third Conference title. Wisconsin WANTED Four Wisconsin tickets, to-
wil prove a hard. contender as her gether or in pairs. Arcade Jewelry
showing in last week's game with' Shop. Phone 152-W.
Minnesota indicates. The team will be! WANTED Two tickets for Wisconsin
given a string of intensive secret drillsI Michigan game. Call Perine, 604
all this week and Illinois will be for-; E. Madison St. Phone 1809.'
gotten until 1925. Grange, will al-
ways be remembered. PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS
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Ccrtirdly modern inrvention-modern engineering skill and organi-
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