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FOR SAL t
3 CHOICE TICKETS for Jeritza
concert; first floor. Or all series
tickets.. Call 201 1-R.
FOR SALE Ford tournig in good
shape. $54.00. Call 1519. Saline,:
Mich.'

MIISCELLANEOUTS
DIL'. W. S. FILES
Osteopathic Physician
616 First National Bank Bldg.
Phone 321 F-1
14OTICE

I______________________I"ecnntwr for both at the Professor Burrows wa then as'.edl
Burwoe re same time,'' he continued. "The first :vhether orfnot lhe favored, the Leagu e
IAILLAriuns Competition, thing we must do is to get onefdeiinite of Natic.ns. "I1 wold laccept:wf it
f ;~goal in mind. That dloes not invol *%,wo~re the test w,,ay out cf the titua -,
-- ~~working for naval" supremacy. At ! ion," he said, "and it miay', be, a3t
Whnakd01sedy ~t i present all nations are engaging in' that."
_________________________ stand on the question of pacifism, as much competition as they c", I grt------- =
Wihol 6mnlf ocniu ~ Pro;. Edwin C. Burrows, of the journ- : w it."Py or' rsl; tP~l od
the fifth 'round the all-Can'ptLrsvela- alisai department, *'answered that he _______________________________________________
nis tournament is rapidly nearing aagedwtwhtD.S .Ncos<
;close. The following sch~dule for the had said in an address Monday right, -
nex run mstbeplye b t- w~hen he sTloke on the abolishment ofr ,J, to ' ~,S
nigt:rouar.must beYouryedeby to
J night: wa~~~~~Tre. s o mc hIorsy about words, people, acid places. You will findLagon71-vsStpes28- ThrisoomchyciyadI'P P just the source
Lagon;1- s.Sehn 16 confusion in all this talk about war;, of helpful working information you need in the 106,000 entries in
ISpicer 920-R vs. Larson 2:'11. and disarmamlent. For example, Pres-
Arthr 82-XV s. c~niht l0~-ident Coolidge recently made a statc-
-W ment to the effect that under certain' The Wiest eAbridged 'Dictionary-I~Based Upon
L. Wolf, Lain club H1. 14 vs. Crhn IConditiojns we. will have a naviy sec- WEBSTER'S NEW INTEPNA-A ONAL
26-.onld to none, and it Ys 'hoped we can What is the meaning of aviette, Bakelite, psorosis? Who is
2165 leRX. ingaotgauldsraet I Benevene, Fabre, (.ja1i.Curci? Where is Le Morre llomnse,
ICooper 2105-R vs. Vd ,a 7 rn botgauldsaillln.I Kenya? These are some of the. countless questions
l___ this there is no distinction," Professor answered here. 1256 pages; 1700 'illustrations; printed
Burrows said, "between armament on ; on Bible Paper.
The following dotiles, matecs must tonehnadd~ra7el n t (See ages if Collegenoktieor t i e t
hepae yTusa ih:I for ,nformationt to the Pabashers. Yvee
hepae yTusa ih:tonhadaddiram tothehe Sece aesoifo menionhs rpe r it
McLean-Conboy 851"-1 vs. [gang- ________________-G
borneparter 291-X. ~ ____ G.____~c ' C..MERRIAM ECO., Springfield, Mass.

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FOR SALEu Remington Portable' JUST RECEIVED A Fresh shipment
Typewriters. Time payments if de-, of GIBERTS PAN\AMAS. We keep
sired.:'Geo. Register, 604 E. Madi- our candy ON ICE. Come in and
son, Pl lae 1H09. see for yourself. ARCADE PH-AR-
_____________________________ MeOV('~

ys .FOR SALE Two tickets for Choral
Union Series. First balcony, middle
seetion. Reduced price. G. C. Webb,
1314 S. University, Phone 3363-J.
FOR SALE 1921 Dodge, $100. Call at
B22 Lawyers Club.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT Well furnished five. room
apartment. Everything furnished
including bedding, linen, silver. j
Price reasonable. 109 Packard,
'Phone 2714.
SEVE~N ,ROOM House, Dexter, Mich.,
Garage, furnace,. gas, electricity,
$30.00. Inquire Mr. Copeland, 17
Y Huron, Dexter.

MAY~t .
Sizbserlbe for The M hlgan Daily
STUDENTSI
DELIVERY SERVICE
Deliveries to any hart of city 54ch
OPEN NIGHTS autd SUNDAYS
11111-2 Norte Main Street
Opposite Court House
G. F. Leverett, Prop. Phone 3591-J
PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS

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!iDouglas-P'reston 39G Vs. W:vici ighti
partnerf 1705-W.

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DRES9SMAKING New
519 E. Willitms.
Dempster and Mrs.
ster.

styles. Call
Mrs. Robert
James Demp-

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624 SOUTH DIVISION Street. All
modern large clean house for rent
from owner. $65. LGook it over.j
Phone 1470-R.
WANTEl)
WANTED One ticket to the Wiscon-
sin game. Phone 1527-M.
WANTED Will buy option on four
Wisconsin tickets in pairs or group.
Phone 1223-J.
WANTED Wisconsin tickets, 1, 2, 3,C
4, or 5, together. Call any time to-
day 1575-R.

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ONE OR TWO Wisconsin tickets.{
Call 2246-J.
WANTED, one ticket to Wisconsin
game. Anderson 1103 E. Washing-
ton. 'Phone 21434J.
WANTED Two tickets for Wisconsin
game. Phone A. Hantel, 3274-W.
ROOM F OR week end of Wisconsin
gamne for lady. Either near campus
or east end of town. Box R. D. W.
Michigan Daily.
SUITE by graduate in private or'
seni-private family. Near campus.
Possession Nov. first. Address 'BLi
care Daily.
ONE TWO or THREE tickets for the
Wisconsin game. Call Hartwvig,
t 1008-R3. 121 N. Division.
LOST

A most'.Interesting
Fall and W'inter 8tsoles
including the popular
Etiglish Louuge NModls
in famous
FINE MERCHANT TAILORING3
now awaits -the inspection
of university men
Fe W. RS
309 S. Main Street

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"Lost Fri. evening, a package from
Goodyear Drygoods Co. Owners
name and address inside. Please
call 2227-R.
LOST a pair of horn rimmed glasses
Wednesday 'night between Hill
Auditorium and Union. Please
phone D. G. Cameron, 2271-W.
LOST -Gold fountain pen, initials E.
W. B. Call 1325.
FOUND

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BUXTON Key case with-~ six keys
found on Illinois campus before
"'game. Probably belongs to' a
Michigan man. Call at Daily of-
fice, Box AB
MUSIC,
MVELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
er, thirty year's experience. Man-
dolin, guitar, banjos and chord
construction. Telephone 1791-M.
TYPEWRITERS
Corona, Remington apd 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.

FIRST+-The positive 'deadline has "been
set at Novemhber 26. It's best to have
Rentschler make your picture now.
NEXT-Mciganensian pictures made
by Rentschler are given special attention.
The number Rentschler can make is limit-
ed. There is no rush in Rentschler produc-
tion. Each sitting is given most careful at-
tention.
NOW-Make that appointment by
phone today. Don't let the "deadline over-
take 'you! Just call 961 -M. Let Rentsch-
ler make* your picture this year.

Portrait Photographer
Studio : 319 E. Huron

Phone: 961-M

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Three meals every day
the M Lunch shows how
excellently foods' that
are served- in a hurry
can really be prepared
322 South State--Next Graham 's

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