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THE MICHICAN DAILY

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BLACK WALLTt containing
Choral Union tickets and caning
cards of owner. Return 528 Elm
Street. Reward.

ADVERTISING

FOR SALE
I s N, CARD TAIULES $3.00. Wrought'
iron bridge lamps. $3.45 at Koch
and Henne.
45 STRAIGHT BACK Leather bottom
oak chairs. Light finish, and in ex-
cellent condition. Call Luis Gib-
son. 3010-R.
FORD TOURING Ready for O. S. U.
Good side curtains. First 40 bucks
takes it. 513 Elm. 366-M.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Owner left
city and has authorized to sell or
trade new nine room house in best1
residence section. Many splendid I
features about this home. Leased]
for school year at one hundred and
twenty-five dollars per month.
Would accept smaller house in ex-
change. Call Mrs. Burnett at 2781
or 315.
TWO TICKETS for Ohio State game.j
Call 2149-Al after 7 P. M.I
SLIDE TROMBONE silver and goldl
Call during day. 329 Second St.'
Phone 3549-J.
MUSIfS

WANTED.
TWO TICKETS for Iowa game. Sing-
le tickets acceptable. Call McPhail,
694-W. between 12-1 noon or 5-$ P.
M.
WANTED A few upper classmen and
graduate students. Interesting
work, good pay; fine future possi.
bilities. Apply 7:00 P. M. Tuesday,
Nov. 11th. Room 23. Wuerth
Theatre Arcade. 320 S. Main St.
FOUR MEN to go to 0..S. U. game in
Oldsmobile sedan. Call 2305 afterl
3P.M.
NOTICE -
PERSONAL CHRISTMAS CALDS I
ORDER THEM Without delay. Prop-'
er engraving takes time. Select one
of our many attractive and exclu-'
sive designs and place your order
now.
0. D. MORRILLt
14 Nickels' Arcade
The Stationery Store
CORDUROY BATHROBES in coral,
Mulberry, purple and blue lined
with tanned silk. $10. Without lin-
ing, $7. Have you seen our affinity
toilet articles.
THE QUALITY SHOP
303 S: Main St.

LOST SUNDAY black spectacle case
containing spectacles, fountain pen
and Eversharp pencil. Reward
Call 3001-J.
VALUABLE Police dog. Small cut inf
right ear. Reward for informationI
leading to location. Phone 932-R.
,ON FERRY FIELD a Waltham wrist
watch without strap. Reward. Phone
1016.
LOST Saturday French Bull Terrier,
black and brindle with white chest.
Name Joli-Couer on collar. License;
No. 4051. Return to F. I. Polhemus,
1212 Wells St. Reward.
LOST Alpha Xi Delta sorority pin.
Name on back. Call 2548 Reward.
LOST bunch of keys. Phone 1716-J.-
TYPEWRITERS
CORONA TYPEWRITERS
WE HAVE The new Corona Four,
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-I
plies. Terms- if desired. Renting
and repairing a sepcialty.
O. D. MORRILL,

AUTOMOBILES
1920 BUICK TOURING
1921 BUICK TOURING
1923 BUICK COUPE'
1923 CHEVROLET COUPE
1922 NASH COUPE
1924 BUICK SEDAN
All cars are in good shape. Guar-
anteed as our usual used carF
guarantee.
ANN ARBOR BUICK
USED CAR DEPARTMENT
311 So. Ashley. Phone 494-3111-J
OHIO. SPECIALS
At Winter Clearance Prices

MISCELLANEOUS
STUi)E lT 1ELIVERY
Deliveries to any part of the city 50c
OPEN NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS
Until 8:30 P.M.
Opposite Court House
PHONE 3591-J
LANDLADIES- STUDENTS
DON'T Overlook the opportunity to
save or. many household necessi-
tieg at The Economy Second Hand
Sto-:e, 209 N. Main St., Phone 789-M.
We sell what you do want and buy
what you don't want.
BEAUTY SHOPPES
GREAT SUCCESS Wih Nestle Per-
manent Waves. Come in personally
for estimate. 707 N. Univ. Phone
2652 Stoddard lair Shop. -

LINDE'SCHMITT - APFEL & C(
ANN ARBOR'S LEADING CLOTHIERS
"Exclusive-'But Not Expensive."
209 S. MAIN ST.

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Featuring

STEIN-BLOCH
Smart Clothes

MICHAELS-STERN
Value-First Clothes

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Overland Touring........
Buick Touring . ...........
Essex Four Touring....
Hudson Touring.........
Paige Touring............
Buick Touring ............
Ford Touring*............
Ford Touring...........
Studebaker Roadster ....
Ford Touring.........
Chevrolet Touring.......
Haynes Touring.........
Chevrolet Coupe.........
Big Six Studebaker Tour. .
Ford Roadster............
Ford Roadster...........

$115
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495
325
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High Grade Furnishings

ATTENDANTS Three expert wavers,
three trimming barbers and tin-
usual shampooers are at your ser-
vice. Damattia Beauty Shop. 340
S. State. Phone 2939-M.
15-1-Hour Class Lessons,
$5.00. Free Dancing 8:30 to
I 10 P. M.
ENROLL NOW'
Class every Monday and Friday at 7:30
Private Lessons Daily, 10 A. M.
to 10 P. M.
TERRACE GARDEN DANCING
STUDIO
! STUDENTS:

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PRINTING

PRINTING

HUDSON SALES AND SERVICE
310 E. Washington St. Phone 300-M.
OPEN EVENINGS
MACK and CO.j

PRINTING
PRINTING

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17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery

MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
er, thirty year's experience. Man-
dolin guitar, banjo, and chord
construction. Telephone 1791-M.
FOR RENT
S UITE VERY REA SONA BLE. Mrs.
Waterman, 644 E. University.
F LORAL
IF YOU WANT To make your mother
happy send her flowers on your
birthday and thanksgiving day.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
Leading Telegraph Florist.
221 E. Liberty St. Phone 1630
Charge Accounts Solicited,.

Store

3rd Floor Main St.
Waving, Marcelling, Shampooinr

I HAVE Transportation,
ticket for one person to
game. Price $8.50. Also
tion for three others
Call 1142-M after 7:30
for Roper.

hotel and'
Ohio State
transporta-
price $3.50.
P. M. Ask

Deliver
Of those delicious barbecued meat sandwiches has been
started.. Only $.10 charged 'for the delivery service, which
extends from 9 P. M. to 11:30 P. M. Orders of six or
more sandwiches accepted.
THE BARBECUE INN
440 South State Street Phone 2948-W

A R V " glts - oc to $2.5O!
GARRCK PoplarMat.- co
A Play of Today $at.Mat. - 5c to $.50
RAYMOND NITCHCOCK
Hilarious "Hitchy" Himselfin
"DUMB AS A FOX"

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We announce this fall a high quality in dlK? rJ fGy' 1tter flCs ifdsfl
lie of Suits and Overcoats at .,
Taloed$24.50 and $29.50 ToZr~r~s 6etter impressions"
.ailored to your individual measure Over Arcade Theatre Phone 2066-B
with the guarantee of complete satis-
faction.
Also, Waterproof Topcoats from --
Small Deposit with order. ' 1!!lll t !! !! !! BH!!1t!!1!!1i !!1!!!nu! !i!i ! ! ! t 1 ! ! l t III uuII I Ii I IUIi i lllIII11
$12.00to $30.00
INTERSTATE TAILORS, -
American Hotel
Call or Phone 123 for AppointmentTAR
RESTAURANT
EVery 215 South Main
' Young
San Is distinguished for its excellent food
of today, w ili ave an
old man on ih sandsaafkThere only
to look after if lie lives
-hiniself.
Buy aMIichigan Mutual the best is served, served with the
old age Endowment
policy. Make your dec- bs v
laration of indepen- best service, and where there
dence now.
is a genuine feeling of refinement.
"It's in the place where you eat."
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Tomorrow and
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Fifth Avenue at 46th St.

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SOU E AND
SA-his _____
Lieut.-Commander John Philip Sousa, Conductor
AN ORGANIZATION OF 100 MUSICIANS
Thursday, November 13, at 8 p. m.

Visit the

Varsity Laundry-

And be

assured

of the careful

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manner in which

your

clothes

are laundered. The

Varsity

feels

that a visit now and then from

its patrons creates

a closer

bond

between the

two, and therefore

extends a welcome

to all

visitors.

Hear SOUSA
And His BAND
(John Philip Sousa,
Conductor)
Play His Latest Com.
'ositions:
"ANCIENT AND HON-
ORIABLE ARTILLERY
COMPANY MARCH"
(New)
* * *
"POWER AND
GLORY" (New):
"CAMERA STUDIES"
(Suite)
"LOOKING
UPWARD" (Spite)
"LEAVES FROM MY
NOTE-BOOK" (Suite)
* * *
"IEL CAPIT A1N"
"HIGH SCHOOL
CADETS"
"WASHINGTON
POST"
"SEMPER FIDELIS"
(March of the Devil
Dogs)
* * *
"THE STARS AND
STRIPES FOREVER"
(Tie Greatest March
Ever Written)

Hill Auditorium---Ann Arbor
Sousa's music represents the real spirit of
America in a dignified and intellectual man-
ner.-Leopold Stokowski, Conductor of Phila-
delphia Symphony Orchestra.
The humor and dignity, the delicacy and the
vigor of Sousa's interpretations of his musical
numbers, carry his audiences into another,
realm from which they are loathe to return
when the program ends. It is not strange that
Sousa's Band plays to the largest audiences the
musical world has known.
Sousa does that which no other musician has
been able to accomplish. In the same concert
he brings to the appreciation and enjoyment
of the masses classical music, and, by adding
a twinkle of humor with a dash of dignity to
popular music and even to jazz he makes the
popular syncopation acceptable to the trained
musicians in his audience.
The Sousa fad gains momentum; by year
his audiences increase. No one can take his
place; no one can imitate hini. He is con-
tributing to America truly American music
and interpreting the best music of all time to
all people. Through him all may enjoy the
better things in music.

Hear SOUSA
And His BAND
(John Philip Sousa,
Conductor)
Play His Latest Con-
Positions :
"NOBLES Oh THE
MYSTIC SHRINE"
S* * x
"PEAChES AND
CREAM" (New)
11U. S. FIELD
ARTILLERY"
* * *
"SABRE AND
SPURS"
"COMRADES OF
THE LEGION"
* * * .
"BOY SCOUTS"
* * *
"BULLETS AND
BAYONETS"
* .*
"THE GALLANT
SEVENTH"
"THE INVINCIBLE
EAGLE"
"THE THUNDERER"
"LIBERTY LOAN
MARCH"

Phone 2076-2077
Corner Liberty aad Fifth Ave.

TIC KETI'S-50c-$1.04-$i1.i0-$2.00
SEASON TICKETS-$2.60, $3.00, $4.00, $>.00
admitting to five big concerts including three
programs by the DETROIT SYMPHONY OR-
CITE STRA conducted by GABIRILOWITSCII
himself with EMINENT SOLOISTS AT EACH
and a program by the famous KIBALCHICIL
RUSSIAN CHOIR in native costume.

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