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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG s

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MUSIC FOUR USED TENOR
-~ --. ------ - --- cases. Everyone at a
TRAP D)RUM Outfit complete, ready Just about half what
to, ply, pricedl very low. Sold on ; ly worth,. Pay sames

BANJOS and R a
sacrifice price.'R a
they are real-:
as rent.

CAll/U TEl'S

ADVERTISaiNG

LUNiChi

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Imonthily pa)yment plan.
a i IERiTY MUIISIC' hOUSE
THREE USED SAXOPHONES have
been 'left with us by parties forced}
to el your oplportunity for a real
'N1,IVERSITY MUTSI OUSE

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FOR SALlE I IISCELI2A:NEOUIS
EGIATE TUXEDOS for sale.J STUDENT DELIVERY
ked lapels or shawl collared Deliveries to any part of the city 50c
t. Prices $36.50 and $38.50. Call ,OPEN. NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS

So. University

UNIVERSITY -MUSIC HOUSE
NOTICE
FISCHJER'S Exposition Orchestra of
Kalamazoo at Whitmore Laker
Ihated pavilion Nov. 8. Fischer's!
hesi lingers longer.
Read thle Want Ads'.

lThe Daily "Classified" Columns
The Arbor. Fountain
3 13 South State

at 807 E. Washxington or phone
41-Al. Ask for 1o'wnan.
FLAT SAXOPHONE 6 wveeks 01(1.I-
Big bargain, Bogle 6360 E. Univer-
ity, 2445-,1.T

Until 8:30 P. M.
Opposite Court House
PHONE 3591-3

SEE Mc INERNEY of the Interstate M ELL GILLEIS PIE, Soloist and teach-
>Tailors at American Hotel for a '(e, thirty year's i experience. Man-d
suit or overcoat. Prices $24.50 and dolin guiabno n hr
$29.50. Perfect satisfaction guaran- 'o(XwVrzcizn Tlphne191r
teed. Phone 123.

' X11 N£ JITT E 06418 IU U

OR SALE 11923 Henderson De Luxe
Motorcycle with side cur. Completeo
electric equipment. .A classy job.1
Call evenings at 1212 Wells St.
Ask for _Mr. Polhemus.
)DGOE+ SEDAN $~200 for qul 'k sale;
lot' of pep; five good tires; paint
good; excellent mechanical condi"-
Lion; a comfortable, inexpenczsive
closed car. Owner leaving _city; call)
Saturday. 424 W. Hu_ ron St.
WANTEI)
NO TICKUTS for Iowa game'. Sing-
le tickets acceptable. Call McPhail,
694-W. between 12-1 noon or 5-8 p.
ANTEI) Garage near corner' Hill
and Packard. Call 776-fl.
A.NTED Girls to board. 1030 Oak-
and.
)UNG MIAN Withr ability to handle
cu,;toiners -on phone. Apply Box.
NJo. 35.
A~NTED TWO TICKETS Ohio State

LANDLADIES- STUDENTS
DON'T Overlook the opportunity to
save on many houtsehiold necessi-
ties at The Economy Second Hland
Store, 209 N. Main St., Phone 789-N.
We sell what you do want and buy,
what you don't want.

TODAY'S LATEST Brunswick rec-
ord-"Fron- Day to Day" and
"Clementine" played by Herb Wie-
dolft Cinderella Roof Orchestra..
STOFFLJET .P.1ONO 51HO1
616)'E. Mlerty St.
TA IL}hINtG
SUITS MAD)E TO YOUR 3MEASURiE
$25.00, $30.00, $35.00
HERMAN THE TAILOR
802E S. State Street

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Radio Equipmenit

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Special Club Lunch
75c

2 BIIG BUG D)ANCES- Friday Nov. 7.
Saturday Nov. 8. lHcar the Bug
PBand with 2 pianos. "Freddie" Bert'
gin and Runal K~enyon. Nothing like
'emi. Masonic Temple, Ypsilanti. -
TIHE experienced operator will recog-
nize. an array of features not con-!
bipned in any otlwvr typewriter. A
trial will convince you. We also
have all makes of used machines.
Renting and repairing a specialty.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange.;
10 Savings Bank Blk. Phone 866. j
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works,
Phone 50.
CAN ACCOMODATE Two Muskegon
or. Grand Rapids passengers in
Buick roadster leaving here 3 P. M.
Saturda y. 'Return, Sunday. N. II.H.G
Wallis, Post Office.

Whether
distance,
hU1 you
you buy,

it is tone quality,
selectivity or vol-
wvant in the radio
you will find it in

Order Your Flowers for
the Northwestern Game
Immediately
Call
Cousins &Hl
611 E. University Avenue

the highest degree in our
sy lendid radio instruments.
Come in-you'll always find
a :welcome.
EBERBACH &SON CO.
240204 East Liberty St.

Saturday 11:00 a. m. to 11:00 p.m
Immediate Service-No .Waiting
Fountain Service in Connection

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Order Early and
Confusion

Avoid

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ame. Jo Chamberlin,
naw. 2693-M.

1210 Wash-I

Read the Want

Ads,

VO ADJACENT Tickets for 0. S. 'U.
Jalil22.
LOST
LADIES Green gold comb with
initials.. Pl. Proibably ,lost' in
HIill~ auditoriai at M1innesota grid-
1raph. Call 1985-W,.
)5T Between EFast University and
hill auditoriuma cut steel ear ring.
Finder please call phone 3535. Re-
yard.pikd u
ST Will party whopikd'u
Scotch- plaid scarf at the midnight
how at Maj. 'Tuesday night kindly
call DeBolt,78-.
WKETBOOK, Gold tip on edge. In
larmiers &Nechanics Bank. Nick-
,Is' Arcade. Reward. Frank Bush,
10 Haven, 2034-fl.
CKETBOOK CONTAINING a Fac-
alty Athletic book and money. Re-
urn to 618 Packard. Reward. Or
all 2016-XR. j
)UND Billfold. Owner may have
same by identifying. Call 2693-N.
FOR RENT
iRNISHED .ari~i heated two rooms,
private bath apartment.. Private en-
rance. Hot water, telephone ser-
vice, Available Nov. 15. 308 Tromp-
son St.
)R RENT Two large welllihe
double rooms. One with private
avatory. Suitable for students, in-
structors, or business mnen. 114 N.
Ingalls.
)DE.RN 4 ROOM Steam heated
apartment, furnished. 002 E. Lib-
TYPE W7f&RI LhELS 1
CORONA TYPEWREITERS
L HIAVE The new Corona Four,
withl standard keyboard, at $60, ol-
-oronia Thlree, with three-bank key-
oard, at $50. Also a full line of
.ypewriters of all makes and sup-
dlies. Termis if desired. Renting
ud repairing a sepcialty.
0. I). MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade
ie Ty~pewriter & Stationery Store
ead the Want Ads~
SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S 1
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Stret3
Near State and Packard Sts.'

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'the MCHIAMESIA gives you. a
complete record of the college year

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HANDIWORK

MOE LAUNDRY

204 N. Main St..

Phone 2353

JUST WHA T

IT CONTAINS:

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1 0 MI I 1 11 1111

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SIX1il ANNUAL EXTRA CONCERT SERIES
Tliursd ay, No'veniber13 P.M
AND
HIS
~Lieutenant- Commander JOlIN PHILIP SOUSA, Conductor

The

Senior
Section

Contains a photograph of every man in the Senior Class in
all the- colleges of the University.

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Feature
Section.

Takes care of all the important activities on the campus, such
as trips, dedications, initiation pictures of the various honor
societies,, Fall games, B. M. 0.* C.'s, etc.-A scrap or
Memory Book of the year's important events.

NORA FAUCHALD, Soprano
JOHN DOLAN, Cornet

ROBERT GOODING, Saxophone
ThXO1rGE CAREY, Xylophone

100 PLAYERS

December 15 DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
OSSIP 0 A BIlLOW 11SCHI,Cnductor
KNIGHT XacGREGOII, B aritonte

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Athletics

Write up and pictures of all of Michigan's teams for the
year. Pictures and write-ups of the men in action and indi-
vidual pictures of the stars.

January 19

February '23

KIBALCH1OH RUSSIAN CHOIR
BASIL KIBALCHICII, Conductor
DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
U O - P GABIRILO WITSCII, Conductor
CLEE MATIRX
LEE PMATThISO zlasts
ARTHUR SHTATTUCKi

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And

A publication section for the men working on campus jour-
nals. A section for each of the, following: Prominent Cam-
pus Organizations, Music and Drama. The women, too,
have their particular section reserved exclusively for their
activities, and' last a section for all the General Fraternities
and So rorities.

Also

March 16 DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
OSSIP %GABIILOWITSCII, Conductor
ILYA SCHKOLNIK, Violinist.

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Last Year's
'Ensian

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Compared favorably with any annual in the country.
that' standard set you may be sure that the 'Ensian for
will be worth your subscription.

With
19,25

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Course Tickets-$2, $3,
Single Concerts-50c, $1,
On Sale at University School of]
CHARLES A.;

r$4, $5
$1.50,9
Music.
SINK,
Secretary.

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Freshmen-mYou should have an
'Ensian for every year in college

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Distinctive Jewelry -

There comes a time when you especially
desire some bit of jewelry as a gift--
something which you know will delight
your friend. At Arnold's you will al-
ways find a multitude of helpful sugges-
tions.

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Now

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Pay

Later

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