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THE MICH-IGAN

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WANTED STUDS-VT DELIVERZY I fll IN TOflgen , oS the new president of the A
Dlvretoayprofteciy5cCleeoSugosISI1LT TUTOR IN Accounting answer box OPEN NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS Li U~LI r. harlesMayo
33 Michigan Daily. Utl83 .N
OpoieCutH ueA e r s d rfSTUDENT Desires washing andi iron- i PHONE 3591-J {i0 9 H 1 E
ing dlone. Address W. E. Klein,____________________

ADfVERTI SING

FOR SALE
WRQOIIT IRON BRIDGE LAMPS,
$3.,!:'At Koch &IVenne, 300 S.'
Main.
$75.00 OAKLAND TOU CRING, bargain!
Splendid mnotor. Top. Sijde curtains
and tires in A-I shaipe inievery way:
Or will ex;chnge for radio and
~cash. 320 S. Fourth' Ave., ors phone
418-J days.
ST17DEBlAK EII-4-Touring 1919. EIx-E
Scellent condition. ; good' tires.
Very Complete equipmnent. Cheap.
Call 2803-IR between 6-8 eveniin gs.
FOR SALE Remington Portable
Typewriters.. Time payments if de-
sired. Geo. Register, 604 E. Madi-
son, Phone 1809.
F'OR SALE Ford car call 2950-R.
706 Haven Ave.
BRAND NEW Set Encyclopredic4
Brittannica, sixty dollar,, part time
payments acce'pted or will exchange!
for portable typewriter. Call ;;02-J.
TlWO R00 M -11For boysi, )a wnewly
decorated andI newly Lu ruir hcd
home, tnoderIn and va .hn. $3.50-and
$4.00 per w :k.70'1. thAve.
Pholle 3 ti7-J.
LARGE Ffl.ON'r:i1 l urihd
Hot water heat and iplenty of hotl
water. 315 Pacwk,,rd St. -1241-1~
BEHIND LAW CFLU B doule room,
light and warms, sinlel beds. $6.001
637 Oakland.
LOST
PEARIL 1 B A IEILIT 'Foir Strands in-
te~'rnlingle withsilver clasp:,.' One
Ssmall strand wa brokenm. Reward.
Call :3112-M for 1,. J. Croll.
PATRONIZE DAIL Y ADVERTISERS

LOST GIRL'S Dark blue topcoat
" Straightline. Ribbon trimmed. Call
988-W.
GOLD :FOOTBALL Watch fob. Re-
ward. Return to A. G. Oliver, Law-
yer's Club.
LOST OCTAGON White gold watch
between Ann St. and Arcade Post
office at 4:30 P. -M. Monday, Oct.
27. Please return to 1133 Ann St.
Reward. Phone '3183-M.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 'pin' in the
B~arbour gym. Phone 390.
PERSON WHO' FOUND Theta Delt
pin last spring call 396, unable to
locate finder. Reward.
LOST Alpha _Omicron Pi pin, name
enigraved on, back. Call 2949.
IMUSIC

1319 Cambridge, giving rates. USED -'CARSo 'iht hee D y S ecas t
MISCELLANEOUS FORL SALE Maxwell touring. In won- Carry ichigani Rooters,
1jderful running ordler. 5i good tires. To Columbus
COROA TYEWRIERSCheap. Call 475-iR.
WE HAVE the new Corona Four, TIO'I'IS OiSALENOV._
with' standard keyboard,- at $ 60, or' ________________
Corona Three, with three-bank key-I LANDLADIES- STUD)ENTS j Five special trains will be run byl
board, at $50. Also a full line of DON'T Overlook the opportimity to the Ann Arbor railroad to Columbus
typewriters of, all makes and sup- save on many household necessi- for the the Ohio State-Michiganl
plies. Terms if desired. Renting ties at; The Economny Second hI~and game there Saturday, Nov. 15. There
and repairing a 'specialty. Store, 209 N. Main St., Phorie 739-M. will b)e two night Pullman trains and
0. D. MORRILL, We sell what you (d0 want anid buy? three day trains, one of which will!
Te 17 Nickels' Arcade what you don't want. carry dlay-Pullman accomodationsa.
TeTypewriter & Stationery StoreTh faewlbetesm asi
Rooms d Forwas two years ago, $6 for the round
CORRE SPONDiENCE STATIONERY Roo s ead F r trip. Pullman accomodations on dayj
I tai,-, iay e ecuedfor an addi-!
CLEARANCE SALE until November A ew Observatory itional charge of $1.95 for the round I
1 st in order to make room for our ! trip. A lower berth on the night
lageChisma soc.Rooms ini the new Literary build- trains:,"i;ll cost $3.75, while an upper
I O~. D. MORRILL, ibrhwl ot$ ahwy rw
14 Nickels' Arcade. in g, designed for the use of. the Ibe.rtwilcs$3ehwa.A(r-
i ng, room may be secured for $13.50.r
,The New Stationery Store. I astronoiny department, are now prac- The two night Pullmnan specials I
tically ready to receive equipment. will leave the Ann Arbor depot at
JUST'RECEIVE D Fresh shipment ofI Space for the department is provided 12- o'clock midnight, Friday, Nov. 14, l
GILBERT'S CHOCOLATES j onr the fifth fBoor. and will' arrive in° Columbus at 5:45-
AM ADE PHiARMACYW Two telescope,,one new and the o'clock "Saturday morning. The three
Phone 1038-J.f other to be 0%, ns e rred from the day trains will leave Ann Arbor at 7?
present observator y, will be mounted o'clocl- Saturday mrorning, arriving in
TOXIE'S FORM BRASSIERES and in specially designred rooms. Domies Columbus at 12 o'clock.
Madame X reducing garments at co ig jetotIecpshae]C i ickcets for tihe specials "will bei
the Quality Shop. Phone for ap- designed so that they will not be placed on sate at the Union Nov. 4,1
pointmnt for fittings. visible from the exterior of the build- ant id 'Wll le on sale for one w~veek.It'
T'IlE QUALITY SHOPE ing. Piers, on which the rooms rest, is urged by officials of the. Ann Arbor
I 33 S. )ain street. have leen sunk to the ground to eimr- railroa,.l that all tickets be purchaisedl
mate vibration. Two heliostats are by Nov. 11 in order that the spiecial
AVON INN ORCHESTRA NOW Booke-, also to he installed;. equiipmenrt. necessary to accomiodate
ing fraternity andl sorority parties. L Iecture and work roomin for class,- (the crowd m pay be estimated.
Call Ed. Greenspan, 3051-Rl. 'Cs in astronomy are also located on 'Chco will' also beo two special
the fifth floor. it-ins run from Detroit to Columbus
WILL PARTIES Whro witnessed acci- Tire presen~t cobservatory near the over tiie Michigan Central for alumni
dent May 24 when oil truck was 1 01sia ilbe (lismnrntledl later, and those, wishing 'to make the ti
forced into ditch by sedan please ho;tlwl - -~from Detroit.,ri
rcommunicate with Staebler Oil Co. I Havana, Oct. t?9,----A sturdy of hlay-
424 S. Main.I
______________________________________ na as a ossible link: in the proposed
UntdSta te: air mail service to C R a te4Aat d
Read the W antA stral America has been begn by Jos- j

' 'U I NN [AI lIC ~ON ii

Dean Alfred H. Lloyd of the 0i
uate school left yesterday for Mir
ap)olis to attend, a conference of
Sssociation of -American IUniversil
whioch w-'ll1be held today, tomor
and SaIturday at the University
Minnesota
D)ean Lloyd, who is secretary of
associ _tion wvill preside over the
sins of this coniference, returninAnAroMndy
Terrace Garden
Lanciug Studio.
Open Daily, 10 a. m. to 10 p.
in. We. teach all modern,
fancy, ballet, stage, tango
and folk dances for children
adults. Class every Monday
+ riday.i.
7 F":n one-hour lessons, $5.00.

j
Dr. Charles Mayo, one of the famed
Mayo brothers of 1cocniester, Minn., is

?hLL !GILL ESPIE, Soloist and
er, thirty year's experience.
dolin guitar, banjo, and

teach-
Man-
' chord

Fconsitruction. Telephone 1791-M.
O1.D'VIOLINS,;'A fine collection of
olW Strad Guarneri, Amati, and
Stainer models, Cellos, Mandolins,
and Guitars. Will buy or repair old
broken violins. 533 S. Main St.
Phone 1075-W.
WE WVANT a hustling young man to
take charge of our Radio depart-
ment and Sales. Commission basis.
University Music House.
WARTED
WANTED BY STUDENT Position as
chauffeur and care taker of, car in
exchange for board. Experience,
references. 3335.-R.
WANTED Position as cook and gen-
eral housekeeper in fraternity
house or private home by middle
4ged man. !References. Call 190.
Play your Dally subscription.

E22V",erth Arcade Phone 2
KNOW,'
RESTAURANT
FOR ITS-
QUICK ERVICE
LOW PRICES
Conveniently Located at 601 East liberty
Near the Majestic

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

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The, Edward Tailoring Co., Inc.

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WILL DISPLAY AT THEI
CAMPUS BOOTERY ON
STATE STREET

What could be more appropriate?

Luncheon, 12:00-2:00

Tea, 2:00-5:00.

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1 G~ood Made-to-Order Suit of Clothes
2 Giood AMade-to-Order Top, Coat
1 Good Made-to-Order 'Tuxedo

$ 28.75or

$38iPs

Dinner, 5:30-7:30
PHONE 2985-M

We'll Prove It to You at Our
Displays Held Thursday, Oct. 31

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"yfe'sBrujtus"

The Edward Tailoring Co., Inc.
1724 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa.

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How Much should you
pay for a good suit
of clothes?
EVERYONE will agree, on one fact-
you can't get something for nothing.
If you want really good clothes, we say
-consider tailoring first; it pays in 'the
long run. Good workmanship will n~t be
put into cheap fabric, but good fabric is
often spoiled by poor tailoring.
The clothes we offer you are tailored up
to a standard and not down to a price
-yet they offer unusual values at prices
you will be glad to pay. If you want good
clothes -every..way- buy
CLOTHES DESIGNED ESPECIALLY
FOR COLLEGE MEN -
See the latest English models, the new patterns and
shades in these fine clothes at-
$3 o$0guaranteed by CHAS KAUFMAN & BROS., te'I~akes
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