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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ICOLUMN
CLOS[S
AT 3 P.M.

ADVERTISING

1101 SALE
COLLEGlA'TE Ti EDOS for sale.
Peaked lapels or shawl collared
coat. Prices $36.50 and $850. Call
at 807 E. Washlngton or phone

NOTICE
FRESH SHIPMENT Gilbert's Pana-
mas. One-two-three- and five pound
boxes. Reserve yours now. Arcade
Ph armacy.

481-M2. Ask forBowman.
48 - . A k-r;wa .FISCHER'S Exposition Orchestra of
'ORD TOURING Car with starter. Kalamazoo at Whitmore Lakej
21 model. In uxcell ,nt mechanical heated pavilion Nov. S. Fischer's
condition. $7U cash. Call Inghram music lingers longer.
184. 502 E. Madison street.
TYPEWNIITERS
'iP& ;1T? TT! ( xs i rni nt ri

PHI GAMS WIN IN SPEED-
BALL FINALS 'WEDNESDAYj
(Continued from Page Six)
Members of the Phi Gamma Delta
team follow: Molenda, Ralph, Wog-
ridge, Hall, Garber, Emery, Miller,
Mueller, Patterson, Cossett, Watson,
and Abbott.
Beta Theta Pi players follow: Law-
rence Roth, R. Roth, Warrick, Arndt,
Reinke, Stadfield, Lawrence, Moore,
Lloyd, Gable, and Travis.
SUPPORT THE DRIVE
SYNCO SEPTETTE
Springfield, Ohio
Hear this sensational colored or-
chestra at a special Bug Dance
Friday, Nov. 21, Masonic Temple,
Ypsilanti.1
LANDLADIES-- STUDENTS
DON'T Overlook the opportunity to
save on many household necessi-
ties at The Economy Second Hand
Store, 20q N. Main St., Phone 789-M.
We. sell what you do want and buy
what you don't want.
2 BIG BUG DANCES- Friday Nov. 7.
Saturday Nov. 8. Hear the Bug
Band with 2 pianos. "Freddie" Ber
gin and Rual Kenyon. Nothing like
em. Masonic Temple, Ypsilanti.

Sigma Phi vs. Phi Sigma Delta; Pi
Kappa Alpha vs. Nu Sigma Nu; Del-
ta Kappa Epsilon vs. .Delta Alpha
Epsilon; Alpha Chi tho vs. Sigma
Alpha Nu; Phi Mu Alpha vs. Phil
Kappa Psi; Sigma Chi vs. Hermitage;1
Sigma Phi Epsilon vs. Sigma Nu; Phi
Kappa Tau vs. Phi Gamma Delta;
Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Phi Sigma
Kappa; Theta Xi vs. winner of Alpha
Rho Chi vs. Sigma Phi match. Delta
Tau Delta draws by in the third
round.
New York, Nov..5.-Dartmouth col-
lege Won the annual quadrangular
cross ecuntry meet with Cornell un-

Evanston, Ill., Nov .5.-Taking the
first three places, NQrtnweswern un-
iversity defeated Purdue university,
20 to 35, in a dual cross country meet
here Saturday.
The baseball field of the Philadel-
phia American league baseball team is
being enlarged and will accommodate

IntramuralIftems
(Continued from Page Six)
Phi Beta Delta vs. Kappa Nu; Delta

iversity, Columbia university, and
University of Pennsylvania over a
6 1-4 mile course Saturday, scoring 37j
points.

35>,000 at the ope)'in ncf'he 92i se
son.

that the

"A Btler'Ifchigan is
reater kNiigan
Did you know

Terrace Garden -q
Dancing Studio
pen Daily, 10 a. m. to 10 p.
a. We teach all modern,
ancy, ballet, stage, tango
nd folk dances for children
lults. Class every Monday
'riday
Imteen one-hour lessons,$5.00.
2 Wuerth Arcade Phone 24
V PENUIS-
U~lml arcst sef n9 Qt~Ldh
pencin the word
F~OR the student or prof., the
-superb VENUS out-rivals
all for perfect pencil work.
17 black degrees-3 copying.
American Lead a
Pencil Co.
220 1ifth Ave.
New ')Crk B?

So A.

We Are

Introduc i

fosters group meetings in

FOR II1JtURtINU ar ;r o1110 1 ) U1JLUI'
tion for sale. :50 cash. Phone
481-M. Bowman.
E FLAT SAXOPII(JNE 6 weeks old.I
Big bargain, i1ogle 636 E. Univer-
sity 2445-M.I
BRAND NEv' SET Encyclopedica
Brittannica, sixty dollars , part timlI
payments accepted or will exchange
for portable typewriter. Call 2002-J.
FOR SALE Remington Portable
' Typewriters. Time payments if de-
aired. Geo. Register, 604 E. Mahi-
son, Phone 1209.
VICIOIJS Ink nmay appeal to the un-
sophisticated but it defeats satis-
faction in the end. Buy good ink at
Ride's Pen Shop and you will have
full ink satIi faction.
UI)DER PEN O I'
WANTED.A
TWO TICKETS for Iowa game. Sing-
le tickets acceptable. Call McPhail,
694-W. between 12-1 noon or 5-8 P.
IM.
WANTED Garage near corner hill
and Packard. Call 776-R.
A LAMES Green gold( comb with
initials J.G B. . Probably lost in
Hill auditorium at Minnesota grid-
graph. Call 195-W.
TWO LEATHER Note books, large
and small size, in the ladies- coat
room main Library Monday 4 P. M. I
Valuable notes. Cal 1346-
IOST Between East University and
Imill auditorium a cut steel (a ring.
Finder please call plhone 3535. Re-
ward.
LOST Nov.. 1, between Felps Park and
Liberty street, pair of bone-rinnned'
glasses Call3056-W.
LOST Oct. 27, on Women's Athletic
ield, Parker Duofold Jr., Fountain
pen. Call 3056-W.
LOST Wil party who i:cked up
Scotch plaid scarf at the indnight
show at aj. Tuesday night kindly
"Call Delon, 782-11.
LOST Brown lpigskin wallet, contain-1
ing owner's personal cards, driver's
license, and miscellaneous papers.
Please cal. 63-M. Reward.

CORONA TYPEWRITERS
WE HAVE The new Corona Four,1
with standard keyboard, at $60, or'
Corona Three, with three-bank key-
board, at $50. Also a full line of
typewriters of all makes and sup-1
plies. Terms if desired. Renting,
and repairing a sepcialty.
O. D. MORRILL,

fraternity houses.

a

r -t
Typewriters
FOR RENT
OR SALE
Phone 342-R
IIAILTEN
BUSYNESS COLL~EGE

Special
Malted Milk

Prey. 20:20,"where no wood
is, there the lire goethl out."

t'

17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & -Stationery

Read the Want Ads

VENUS Pencils and
SVENUS EVER,01NTEI
Mechnica Pen~cils

StoreI

HONEY DELL

MUSIC
TRAP DRUM Outfit complete, ready
to play, priced very low. Sold on
monthly payment plan.
L NIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
,THREE USED SAXOPHONES have
been left with-us by parties forced
to sell, your opportunity for a real
Bargain.
BaIS VFRSITY MUSIC HOUSE
FOUR USED TENOR BANJOS and
cases. Everyone at a sacrifice price.
Just about half what they are real-
ly worth'. Pay same as rent.
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
er, thirty year's experience. Man-
dolin guitar, banjo, and chord
construction. Telephone 1791-M.
MISCELLANEOUSI
BUG DANCES
Every Friday nite. Masonic Temple
Ypsilanti. Hear the Bug Band play-
ing exclusively for Bug Dances.
STUDENT DELIVERY
Deliveries to any part of the city 50c
OPEN NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS
Until 8:30 P. M.
Opposite Court house
PHONE 3591-J

1 I1 r C T T.._.,' _

HAVE YOU SBSCRIBE!L YET?

OFF
Kodaks
and
Cameras
atppleb arts
2 Nickels Arcade
Across from Sub-Station

State and Williams Sts. II ! 5. University
First National Bank
Organized 1863
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SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
TRUST DEPARTMENT
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Oldest National Bank in Michigan
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Unkempt hair-
how to avozd 2

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Pearls

IT is the-first-thingpeople
see. It spoils a man's ap-
pearance quicker than. any-
thing else.e 4
No matter how well you are
dressed-you cannot look
your best if your hair is out
of place!
College men discovered it
first-but today men and wo-
men everywhere have learned
how to keep their hair the way
they tant it:junta touch of,

I

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

An extensive selection of Pearls
is now on display at Arnold's.
Quality is the outstanding fea-

Stacomb. This delicate, in
visible cream keeps the hair
the way you like it best, from
morning till night-smooth,
natural, lustrpus. However
dry and straggly your hair
may be-however hard to
control after being washed-
Stacomb will keep it trimly
in place all day long.
i Non-staining and non-
greasy.,In jars and tubes, at
your college drug store. /
r-
SEEPS THE HAIR IN PLACE
di s Y*ak ..*
:aye en ofta 'onb
pc'tube ---.

ture-and the
reasonable.

prices

are very

Si-,A-

A R N OL D'S

,

LOST Ladies' brown leather handbag
left at noon Nov. 4th on bench un-
der willows by the river near Mich'i-
gan Central station. Finder returnI
to Miss Dorothy North, Michigan
Union and receive deward.
FOR RENT

compiles valuable data
reg -rding religious life
of students.
Prov. 26:20, "Where no wood
is, there the fire goeth out."

STATE STREET JE WELER
302 South State Street

Phone 889-R

OI5FER.

5 .4

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fRead the Want Ads

The Daintiest Kind of Laundry Work

FURNISHED and heated two rooms,
private bath apartment. Private en-
trance. Hot water, telephone ser-
vice. Available Nov. 15. 308 Thomp-
son St.
FOR RENT Two large well lighted
double rooms. One with private
lavatory. Suitable for stuldents, in-
structors, or 1)usiness men. 114 N.
T ingall.i
FOR SALE- FOUNTAIN PENS
EXCHANGE That misfit pen for a
Rider Masterpen. A Real Fountain
Pen made in Ann Arbor and ser-
viced by Rider himself.
RIDER'S' PEN SHOP
302 State Street

C'

is Handled With Supreme Care

I s Going 1To0f/1
A Striped Tie Season
TRIPESI Stripes! That's what the better
dressed men are saying it with this fall and winter
-a vogue that started last year, at Palm Beach. We've
got them here-brilliant, colorful effects of all descrip-
tions.

College Stripes
They are worn mostly by the younger men,
don't hesitate at a lot of color. Some of
have stripes as wide as an inch apart.

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Milady need

no fear of sending dain-
ty silks and laces to the
Varsity. There they will
be washed and handled

experience

who
these

with

the same

care

as

4
4

[6e3
Self-
stai er

$1 .5

would be taken in

Regimental Stripes
Pleasing harmonies and contrasts, which will appeal
to the more conservative minded man. They have
non-wrinkle lining, asspring, long wear.

the home.

Why wait for
agent to call on

some
you?

Start yourself today
to my office and be
assured of good in-
surance and good
service.

Phone 2076-2077
y NDR Y CO

LUTZ
Clothing Store

111 Corner Liberty and Fifth Ave.

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