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AD VETISI'NG.

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1" O1I SAI E LOST
XiLLEGIATE TUXEDOS for sale. LOST Black Parker Fountain Pen.
Pleated Labels or shawl collared Name B. D. Snyder on barrel. Find-
coat. Prices $36.50 and $38.50. Call! er please call 1505. Reward.
at 807 E. Washington or phone I-
481-M. Ask for Powman. DELIVERED to wrong party: 1 blue.
suit with two pair trousers, and 1
'ORD TOURING Car with starter. light grayish brown trousers 11-2!
21 model. In, excellent mechanical inch check. Holder notify 2650-J
condition. $70 cash. Call Inghram or 1741-R, $10.00 Reward for return.
184. 502 E. Madison street.
LOST Glasses between Majesticl
'ORD TOURING Car in good (l i the ater and Newberry residence
tion for sale. $50 cash. Phone last Friday. Finder please call
481-M. Bowman. 2338. M. Case. Reward.
WE hAVE IT BETWEEN South University and Hill
The Lyon Pipe Iauditorium a gold ring with smallI
The one that Dawes really smokes dialmond setting. Call M. Dixon,I
Arcade Pharmacy Phone 452. Reward.

BUG DANCES
Every Friday ite. Masonic T
Ypsilanti. Hear the Bug Ban
ing exclusively for Bug Danc
STUDE NT 1IELIVERY
Deliveries to any part of the c
OPEN NIGHTS AND SUND
Until 8:30 P. M.
Opposite Court House
PHONE 3591-J
SYNC0 SEPTETTE
Springfield, Ohio
Hear this sensational color
chestra at a special Bug

Firiday, Nov. 21,,
Ypsilanti.

Masonic T

D

LANDLADIES- STUDENT
ON'T Overlook the opportun
save on many household n
ties at The Economy Second
Store, 209 N. Main St., Phone
We sell what you do want an
what you don't want.

W illiams Speaks screen to the motion of electrons and
hence eliminates tube noises.
On Vacuum Tubes This fact enables a higher degree
Templ of amplification to take place and
d play- Professor Williams stated that with
es. Prof. Neil H3. Williams, o the phys- a set of his construction he "tuned
ics department, made an address be- in" on California from Schenectady.
ity 50c fore the Physics Colloquiuzu, yester-
AYS day afternoon, on "Cliradtristics of Evanston, Ill., Nov. 4.-Charles G.
the Four Electrode. Vacuum Tube." Dawes, Republican vice-presidential
Professor Williams, who has been I nominee, cast his.vote before noon in
studying this subject during the past a little neighborhood tailor shop near
year at the research laboratory of his home in the third precinct of the
the General Electric company at first district of Evanston.
ed or- i Schenectady, N. Y., explained that the
Danee fourth electrode in a vacuum tube,'R ad he Want Ads
'emple, such as is used in radio, acts as a!Re d t
_____ ____ __ .. I !!Itl ullIE1t I1i l1111ii1i111 t11igtII titI 1
IS
ity to A well tailored man thinks a
ecessi- AmsRepairi
Hand little ahead of just getting aRe rn
789-M. suit of clothes. Ife thinks about -
d buy the style, the color, and pattern, e s
the weight, and above all the
workmanship.Up ose g
Works,fWe Do High Class
Tailoring We always do the hest of
Nov 7. $45 Suits work-and at a reasonable
e Bug Tailored in our own shop are
e" Ber our specialty. price.
anti.k Albert Gansle H
1 13 South Main St. ?P.B.HARDI
teach- Over Walk-Over Shoe Store ' 218 E. Huron St. Phone 381-W
Man-
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What
"500

Club"

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The 500 Club of the University

of Michigan is an

RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cl
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning "M
Phone 50.

organization of 500 Michigan men who, having only the
best interests of Michigan at heart are today giving at
least $5.00 toward the support of the S. C. A.

A LADIES Green goldt comb with
initials J. B. 'P. Probably lost in
Hill auditorium at Minnesota grid -
graph. Call 1985-W.
Trwo LEAThlER Note books, Large
and small size, in the ladies coat
room main Librry Monday 4 P. M'.
Valuable notes. Call 1346-W.
UNfVERS1TY PEOPLE NOTICE
SIX room house, in excellent loca-
tion; near sChool and campus. A
wonderful loca tion for University
people. Lot 66x132 with beautiful
trees. Owner is leaving town and
this isa real buy for someone.
For part icuzlarrr;(call
Mr. Sergeant with
CHARLES L. BROOKS
Phone >552 . Evenings 783
E FLAT SAXOPhONE G weeks old.
Big bargain, Eogl 636 E. Univer-
sity 2495-M.
OAKLAND TOURING for sale. A col-
legiate bus for $50 that is the best
buy on the campus. Call Mac at
737-J for dpmonstration.
YOUR NAME and signs in gold em-
bossed letters placed on your win-
dows. See P. 0. Box 198, or 1602-M,
City.-
WANTED
WANTED Girls to board. 100 Oak-
land.
TWO TICKETS for Iowa game. Sing-
le tickets accepiable. Call McPhail,
694-W. between 12-1 noon or 5-8 P.
Y.
WANTED Garage n ar corner Hill
and Packard. Call 776-R.
WANTED TWO, tcket for North-
Western game. Call Jones or Dart,
phone 2774-R..

LOST Alpha Delta Phi pin. Name on
back. Call 18.'
LOST Between East University . and
Hill auditorium a cut steel ear ring.
Finder please call phone 3535. Re-
ward.
LOST Nov. 1, between Felps Park and
Liberty street, pair of lone-rimmed
1 glasses Call 3056-W.
LOST Oct. 27, on Women's Athletic
Field, Parker Duofold Jr., Fountain
pen. Call 3056-W.
FOR RENT
GARAGE For rent. 1120 E. Ann. Call
312-J.
FURNISHED and heated two rooms,
private bath apartment. Private en-
trance. Hot water, telephone ser-
vice. Available Nov. 15. 308 Thomp-
son St.
NOTICE
SEE Mc INERNEY of the Interstate
Tailors at American Hotel for a
suit or overcoat. Prices $24.50 and
$29.50. Perfect satisfaction guaran-
teed. Phone. 123.
FRESH SHIPMENT Gilbert's Pana-
mas. One-two-three- and five pound
boxes. Reserve yours now. Arcade
Pharmacy.

2 BIG BUG DANCES- Friday r
Saturday Nov. 8. Hear the
Band with 2 pianos. "Freddi
gin and Rual Kenyon. Nathin
'em. Masonic Temple, Ypsil,
MUSIU
MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and
er, thirty year's experience.
dolin guitar, banjo, and
construction. Tel phone 179

embership Fee $5

w1oll You iomin",;.,

c1or
1-M.

TYPEWRITERS
THE experien ed operator will recog-
nize an array of features not comn-
bined in any other typewriter. AI
trial will convince you. We also
have all makes of used machines.
Renting and repairing a specialty.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange.
n Savings Bank Blk. Phone 866.
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"AAte lihgni

DRUGS

KODAKS

"A Better Michigan Is
Greater Michigan"
Did you know
that the

We Now Have
Dainty Sandwiches and
Hot Chocolate
With Whipped Cream
At Our
fountain$
Callins - Fletcher Drug Co.
3 DEPENDABLE STORES 3
324 South State St.
('OR. EAST AND) S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
COR. S. STATE AND PACKARDD STS.

"All Loyal to the MaiZe and Blu&

Mean Anything tot
You But Music?

Do These Words

AND THEN ACT

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LUNCH

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conducts the University
Services in Hill Auditor-
ium one Sunday night a
month.
Prov. 26:20, "Where no wood
is, there the fire goeth out."

"A .defer Michigan Is a Greater Michigan"

So. University

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Have you heard the latest talk on the campus?

Varsity

Band

Why? Well, in the first place, Masques and the
Comedy Club are on the program, and secondly
because Mr. J. F. Wuerth has contributed five
splendid vaudeville acts to put pep in the enter-
tainment. Better make it a point to attend.

Bounce which is going to be held in Hill Audio

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