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November 04, 1924 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 11-4-1924

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Williams To Talk}IeYoHe
On "Vacuum Tue"11HRL
Prof. Nell H. Williams, of the phl~ys- LLOY
ics department, will address the Phys -____________m
ics Colloquium this afternoon at 4 :15; oclck in____101,_____yie
'building on "Characteristics of theI Your stibscriJhlioII payment is d1ue.
IFour Electrode Vacuum Tube."

ird te Latst? ITH-ERE ARE ONLY THREE STEPS
HOT
1n
WATER' between failure andi success--good appearance, good
judgment, and perseverance. Show good judgm~ent by
Pay for your Subscription today. taking the first step..

Voll SAIE FOUND)

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COLLEIATE TUX~)O~3 or sle. K II black rimmed glasses in front
Pleated Labels or shaiwl collared of Press Bldg. Owner may have same
coat. Prices $36.50 and 0;35.50. Calalngalihia alyofc
at 807 E. Washington or phoa e by alliayng fatMihiandaiyvffc
481-M. Ask for Bowman M~paIgCorEhisAEv.
FORD TOURING Car wvith -, tr. lII '71P ErU h gv hi
21 ode. I exellnt z z ital check No. 553 on Farmers and Me-
conditiont. $70 cash. Call Ingh 1raxm hc anics Bank to the Michigan-Daily
184.502 . Mdiso stret.please call at The Daily-office?

FORD- TOURING Car in good (" rnii-
tion for sale. $50 cash. Ph:onte
481-M. Bowman.
YOUR INITIALS and mlonogram1
placed on automobiles, trunks, hiand
bags, tennis rackets etc. Lee
1602-M or P. 0. Box 198 City.
1,OST
LOST Kappa Delta pin andl guarl.I
Initials V. G. D. Finder lplease call
2597.
DELIVERED to wrong party: 1 blue
suit with two pair trousers, and 1
light grayish brown trousers 1 1-2
inch check. Holder, notify 2650-1
or 1741 1R, $10.00 Reward for rettirn.,
POCKETBOOK Smnall quantity money,
Saturday near U. Hospital. Mrs.
Mary Way, 237 Crest Ave. Phone
2266-M1. ,.
LOST Delta S igma Pi farf ern ty pin
between Forest Lunch, and Palace
of Sweelts or oan Church St. between
So. University and Cambridgeo Ct
Reward, phone 392-W.
LOST Glas ; :; between lMajestick
theater acid Newberryv residence,
last Friday. Fin.rder please call
2338. M. Case. Reward.
BETWE~EN South U niversity and Hill
auditorium a gold ring with small
diainond setting. Call M. D~ixon,
P]hone 452. Reward.
LOST WHITE GOLD. Wrist wcatch,
oval sh'ape. Call 904. Reward.
LOST Gold watch between Oakland
and Ferry Field day of Wisconsin
game. Phone 2378.
LOST Alpha Delta Phi pin. Namve on
back. Call 18.

STU-DENT IETVlERYT
Deliver iies to any part' of the city 50c
OP'EN NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS
Until 8:30 P. M.
' Opposite Court House
PRONE 3592-J
I n tY\ F ELIA)WS! ! Conic on over to
play 1)o01 or billiards. We have a
new line of Hell Mari, Dunhill
4pipes for your approval,. and of
fcourse all brands of tobacco.
JOHNSTON BROS. 514 E. Williams
CORRESP'ONDENCE STATIONERY.1
CLEARANCE SALE until November
1st in order to make room for our
large Christmas stock.
0. D," MORNRILL,
14 Nickels' Arcade.
The New, Stationery Store.
LA N[),D1DS-- 'TU1Dl NTS
DION'T Overlook the opportunity to
save on niany househiold necessi-
ties at-The Ec1onomy Second Hand
Store~ 209 IN. Modn St., Phrone 789-M.
We.-sell, avit you do want and buy
what. you dlon't want..-
k TYPE W1RITERS .
TILE1 xpriece operaLtor will recog-
nize an array of features"'not com-
bined in any other typewriter. A!
trial will 'convince you. We also!
have all makes of used machines.
Renting and repairing a specialty.
Ann Arbor 'Typewriter Exchange.1
9 Savings Bank Blk. Phone 866.
FOUTNTAIN PENS
EXCHANGE That, misfit pen for a1
Rider Masterpen. A: Real Fountain
Pen made in Ann Arbor and ser-
viced by Rider himself.
RI)DERIS PEN SHOP -
30~2 State Street ,

Professor Williams has done re- .1[l[13f911919311[1111911II~ 919199lU91IIt11[I91991913
serhwr nti ujc ~ w=research laboratories of the General I'31'S C r' tiN CIARIJEYOIX ANN ARBOR
Electric company at Schenectady, .
Y. I
JOIN THEl-6"500" CLtTB
FOUNTAIN PEN UNKi u-
sophisticated but it defeat S satis-i.#G
faction in the end. Buy good Ink a tlniestfIIde h1 c
Rider's Pen Shop and you will have!~IJL1C
full ink satisfaction.
RID)ER PEN SHOP1
"GETTING LUCKY?" Well ani-i-Low -i
come in to hear the otlier side of it.4 5-1
"Somze Other IDay. Soine Othier;=
Girl."
The Stofflett Phono Shops
SpDecial Introductory Price on
110 E. Washington St. 616 E. Lib--E
erySt. I p re a rc
or, thirty year's experience. Man-:_ 30, South State St. Second Floor, over Hailer's jewelry. I
dolin guitar, banjo, and chordc
construction. Telephone 1791-M. F5 a [133i11nIIm II11111911111111111113993139119191911
HAVE YOU SC 3LVEv .
........o-.e fro li:' P.1. 1 ('RALUzJAflrAN') iri:CI&TRxz

HELP WANTED /
'1'TU)EY S ATTENTC' ION BOSS, 'M CAILTTE1'S
-WE WANT several junior, senior andMU rY
graduate students for part time jI I1JNCI
work. This is an unusual oppor - d ' ==
tunity for a few students who aret 1117
willing to work hard in spare hours .
to eat n more money than theyr can ~ So. University
possibly earn at any other occupa- - -
We will give a thorough training - ----~ ________
free 'of charge to those selected. f D an __
Th xeinegie ihu ilbe -of material assistance in any1 15---1-Hour~ Class Lessons,
business you .may later enter, and ; $5.00. Free Dancing 8:30 to
there is a good likelihood that you 10 P. M._
may decide to make this your per- ENROLL NOW
mianent line of endeavor.I Class every Monday and Friday at 7:30
Apply Tuesday, Nov. 4th, 7:30 P. M.; Private Lessons Daily, 10 A. M.
*Wueikh Theater Arcade Building ( to 10 P. M.
320 S. Main St.,. TERRACE GARD)EN DANCING~
Ann Arbor. ±STUDIO

TU IRIED -Smuelv-es -cold iDriniksI
S Corn Beef, B oloiia, T o~gue or'
P'astroxna; Hurd, Soft~ or ('lea~r 0HRDLCTSE
Saltrni. just, call and rill for aO~E ELCTSE
Beca use
Today and for the past nicre years
Betsy ossC .ande
are the best to be had in Ann Arbor
Yo~ Will Enjoy the
FOUNTAIN ROOM BE AU'TIF UL.V
~i. N THlE ARCADE
_ __. ~ .+/1/' _~_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ba.._'.~_ d~~i at. F~M ~ //'.' 4Oa 1
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Let us help you select that gift.
It will save you time.
CHRISTMAS CARDS ON DISPLAY

APPLIED
The Gift Shop

ARTS
Nickels Aicade

C 1iopojist Orthopedis T'
'707-N. Unive-rsity- Ave' Phone 2652

Flowers
., i fts

Are
for All

Appropriate
Occasions

Call
115

Cousins & Hall
611 E. University Avenue

Your Order
Prcmpt

Will Receive
Attention

Reaid the Want Ads dRead ' the Wlant Ads

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P3ATRONAGE by those
* .1who accept only .the
best of things is Assurance
of the high grade Service
which we render
CvOODHEW.
PLO sAL 00O.
~ T225ELiberu j5t. -Phone p139.1

Campus Logic
What more logical than the loose, full, easy-
to-wear clothes you see on the campus? They
e xpress the freedom, 'the informality of col-
legd life. They .belong. It is therefore' a.
matter of infinite yains with us to select the cut
that our college customers recogni7ze instantly
* as the thing. No compromise: college clothes
for ;college men.
The society Brand "three button high" in a
rich variety, of the rougher fabrics.
$40.to $65
Others at $30 and Up'
w~v m sCo.'
Corner Main and Washington

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