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NOVEMBER , 1,24

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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T1IS TIN
COLUMN LAaSCOLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT P.. DVERTI SING A ..
FOR SALE f NOTICE
COLLEGIATE TUXEDOS for sale. FISCHER'S Exposition Orchestra of
Peakedrlapels or shawl collared Kalamazoo at Whitmore LakeI
coat. Prices $36.50 and $38.50. Call 1heated pavilion Nov. 8. Fischer's
at 807 E. Washington or phone n usic lingers longer.
481-M. Ask for Bowman.
PERS AL CHMISTAS CARDS)
LODGE SEDAN $200 for quick sale;ORER T Without delay. Prop-
lots of, pep; five good tires; paint IOR RT IjMWtotdly rp
good; excellent mechanical condi- er engraving' takes time. Select onej
tion; a comfortable, inexpensive of our many attractive and exclu- ,
closed car. Owner leaving city; call sive designs and place your order{
Saturday. 424 W. Huron St. ;now.
jO. D. MORRILL 1
FINE CARD TABLES $3.00. Wrought 14 Nickels' Arcade{
iron bridge lamps. $3.45 at Koch The Stationery StoreI
and Henne.
_WEHAVE_ L A NICE line of cutlery for
1925 FORD ROADSTER Disc wheels, J Thanksgiving and the holidays.
cord tirds, Big steering wheel. Au- A. H. ARNOLD
tomatic windshield cleanre, and Ann Arbor Jeweler
other accessories. $325 cash. Box 302 S. State
W. G. Daily.
Week-end Suggestions
FOR RENT Look at our windovws
MODERN 4 ROOM Stead heated Ai E IliA i AtY

IMEAITY SHOPPES
GREAT SUCCESS Wih Nestle Per-
manent Waves. Come in personally
for estimate. 707 N. Univ. Phone
2652 Stoddard Hair Shop.
ATTENDANTS Three expert wavers,
three trimming barbers and un-
usual shampooers are at your ser-
vice. Damattia Beauty Shop. 310
S. State. Phone 2939-M.

TYPE
CORONAr
WE HAVE The
with standard
Corona Three,
board, at $50.
typewriters of
plies. Terms
and repairing
O. D.

new Corona iour,
keyboard, at $60, or3
with three-,ank key-,
Also a full line of
all makes and sup-I
if desired. Renting
a sepcialty.
MORRILL,

17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery

Store

MACK & CO.
3rd. Floor Main St.
Permanent Waving, Marculling,
Shampooing

MUSIO
MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
er, thirty year's experience. Man-
dolin guitar, banjo. and chord
construction. Te ephone 1791-M.

I part, will be ready for use sometime
in February, according to present
plans. Workmen are now working on
j 11 Ile walls on the first and fourth floors.
,t+ rryBuilding Complete Except for' Stone work on the administration
Flinishings; One Department I wing of the new hospital building is
Yet to Enter complete. In the building proper, tile
setters have reached the fifth floor,
MAINTAIN SCHEDULE though floors below are not yet corn-
plete. The hospital, it is believed, will
be ready for use sometime next spring.
Survey of construction on the cam- Work is being maintained in sched-
pus shows that work on practically ule on the new Nurses' home, which
all new buildings at the University is j will be ready for occupancy by Christ-
being maintained on schedule, and mas. The building committee is work-
that at least three additional build- ing on special furniture designs for
ings will be in partial use before the this building.
close of the present school year. At the power plant fittings are be-
With the exception of minor de- ing made to the new boilers which
tails of finish, the Literary building double the capacity of the plant. By
is now complete in its present form. the time cold weather comes, the
Some work is yet to be done in the plant will be in position to furnish
lower lobby. The only department heat to all campus buildings, includ-
which has not yet moved into the ing those opened this year.
new building is the astronomy depart-
ment, and it will probably be several HAVE YOU SITBSCILTBED YET?

IN FRESHMAN GYM UCf
Enthusiasm was aroused in the I
classes Thursday when Dr. Georgi
May initiated his proteges in the gi
iof cage ball. Forcing the huge ball

XW]ITEIYS I l Iweeks before installation of apparatus
ArnruI bUILUl b+ is started. GGE BALL oDCED
T yP ,,,-,gTERS The Medical building, at least in

LOST

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POCKETBOOK, Gold tits on edge. In
Farmers & Mechanics Bank. Nick-
els' Arcade. Reward. Frank Bush,
710 Haven, 2034-R.
POCKETBOOK CONTAINING a Fac-
ulty Athletic book and money. Re-
turn to 618 Packard. Reward. Or
call 2016-XR.

I

WANTEDh

TWO TICKETS for Iowa game. Sing-
le tickets acceptable. Call McPhail,
694-W. between 12-1 noon or '5-8 P.
M.

MAN To HUSK CORN.
On Washtenaw road.
out. Phone 71-1,5-F5

Good Nvages.
Two miles

IRVING WARMOLTS, , S ,
GRALUA 'E AND RhGiLri'RiD
Chiropodist Urthopedist
707 N. University, Ave Phone 2652

apartment, furnished. 602 E. Lib-,
erty. 1713-M.
NISCELJJANE(US
STUDENT DELIVERY
Deliveries to any part of the city 5Oc
OPEN NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS
Until 8:30 P. M.
Opposite Court Iouse.
PHONE 3501-J
LANDLADIES- STUDENTS
DON'T Overlook the opportunity to
save on many household necessi- I
ties at The Economy Second Hand
Store, 209 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
'en. Masonic Temple, Ypsilanti.
TAILORING
SUITS MADE TO YOUR MEASURE
$25.00, $30.00, $35.00
HERMAN THE TAILOR
802 S. State Street
CAN ACCOMODATE Two Muskegon
or Grand Rapids passengers in
Buickrroadster leaving here 3 P. M.
Saturday. Return Sunday. M. II.
Wallis, Post Office.
Just Arrived GILBERTS' Panamas-
n-m-m--n. Try them.
ARCADE PHARMACY

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ANN ARDOR HIGH SCHOOL

REASONS WH Y CHINESE RUGS
Imported by
MIRIS. 1.,B. FERRICK
of 923 Church Street
ARE BARGAINS
1--They are DESIGNED by TALENTED ARTISTS.
S2--iASTCOLOR German DYES are boiled into the wool and set
before weaving.
_ 3--None of these rugs are "painted" to cover up streaks.
4--The WARP is of the BEST, long staple, cotton. It has more
threads to the strand than any commercial warp, making it very
strong, yet so tightly twisted that it takes up little room. This allows
more wool to be used.
5-They are made of the BEST LONG FIBRE WOOL obtainable.
6--The knots are so TIGHTLY PACKED TOGETHER that these
rugs contain from one-fourth to one-third more wool than the usual
Chinese rugs.
7-The NAP is long, thel surface is very even, and the carving is
done by experts.
8-The PILE is as DEEP in the' center of the rug as it is at the
edges and corners, where it is more likely to be examined by pros-
pective buyers.
9-The rugs are examined while being made. When finished, the =
back of each rug is inspected inch by inch by specially trained men:.
who discard as "seconds" all rugs containing flaws or errors.
10--RESULT-These rugs will wear a lifetime.
11--Another point-THE PRICES ARE FAR BELOW those
charged elsewhere for rugs of equal quality.
12-Mrs. Merrick has lived three years in China. Has visited
many rug factories there. Knows the people well from whom she
buys and is sure their rug are the best to be obtained.
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Versus

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U. of 0. HIGH, SCHOOL
Saturday Morning at 10:00 A. M

Wines- Field AND

Adm. 50c

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The. t oney Dell"
1115 South University
Serving the incomparable Velvet Brand" Ice Cream
in a Variety of Choice Flavors
a~ _
DETROITCREAMERY
Try the
Exclusive
Velvet,
Chocolate =
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MichiganOhi o State Game
November 15th, 1924

Read the Want Ads
yaCalv so/
14 eQ(WST1
1Qe PROTE(TIN,
I '1Salba/YOU

THE CHURCH OF CHRIST
(l~isciples)
New Churcih Cor. 11111 and Tappan.
J. ALLEN CANBY, (Acting Pastor) I
Sunday, Nov. 9th
9:30 A. M.-Bible School.
10:30 A. M.-Bible Story Hour for
Children.
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship.
Sermon: "[Pas ing of National
Fears and oes," by Mr.I
Canby.
6:00 P. M.-Social half hour for
Young People. Address by
Major William T. Carpenter,
subject, "What the United
States has done for Cause of
Peace."
7:30 P M.-No evening service.
Congregation will attend union
service at Hill Auditorium.

10:30 A.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huron Street. Between State and Division
R. EDWARD SAYLES, .ilinister.
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN, Minister of University Students
10:30-Worship and Sermon. Mr. Sayles will preach. Subject:
"THINGS NEW AND OLD."
12:00-The Church Bible School. Dr Bunting, Superintendent.
12:00-University Student classes meet at Guild House. All welcome.
1. Mr. Chapman conducts a class for Freshmen and Soph-
omores.
2. Dr. Waterman conducts a class for Juniors, Seniors and
Graduates.
5:30-Junior B. Y. P. U. in Church' Parlor.
61:30-Senior B. Y. P. U. in Church Parlor.
5:30-University Students gather at Guild House for Friendship Hour
and "Eats".

$6.00

Round Trip

$6.00

Via
Ann Arbor Railroad
The Ann Arbor Railroad will run two sleeping car trains, one day
Pullman train and two day coach trains. Sleeping car trains will
leave Ann Arbor station Friday, November 14th, 12 o'clock midnight,
city time and day trains will leave 7:00 o'clock city time Saturday
morning, November 15th.
Ticket Office will be opened at Michigan Union November 5th and
RAILROAD AND SLEEPING CAR TICKETS WILL BE SOLD UP TO
AND INCLUDING NOVEMBER 11th.
No assurance of Railroad service can be given if purchased after
that date.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD CO.
H. A. Mills, Commercial 4gent

I

TRINITY ENGLISH
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and William St.
Rev. L. F. GUNDERMAN, illmister.
9:30 A. M.-BibleSchool.
10:30 A. M.-The service. Sermon,
"The Progress of Faith."
5:307:30 P. M.-Student Fellow-
ship hour and forum neeting.
George Dillmnan, Leader.

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Ihuron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister.
At 10:30
"WHAT IS COMING OUT OF THE WARP"
An Armistice Day Sermon
Music by our Male Quartette
At 6:30
"WHAT'S CHURCHES FOR ANYWAY "
Prof. E. E. Day will lead the discussion.

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A Complete Stock of
~=STATIONERY .

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P.

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

HERBERT A. JUMP, Minister.
E. KNOX MITCHELL, University Pastor.
LUCY IIUER, Secretary for Women Students.

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