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DVERTISING

FOR SALET

CARD TABLES $3.00.
bridge lamps. $3.45
Henne.,

Wrought
at Koch

TWO TICKETS for Ohio State game.
Call 2149-M after 7 P. M.
SLADE TROMBONE silver and gold'
Call during day. 329 Second St.
Phone 3549-J.
FOR SALE 1920 Buick with winter
top $185 cash. Call 332-J Ypsilanti.
FOR SALE 2 Tickets for 0. S. U.
game. Adjacent. Call 461-J or 312
E. Jefferson St. $2.50 each.
E-FLAT BARITONE and C-Melody
saxophones. Perfect condition. Call
1700-R, 749 E. University. Fred .
Zierer.
A FEW ANTIQUE Pieces of furniture
for sale. Includes 1 sofa, 3 chairs
to match, 2 odd chairs, walnut
frames, 1 fireside fan back without
wood frame. Call 854-R evenings.
PEERLESS "8"
FOR SALE CHEAP
Wonderful condition. Drive it to Ohio.
Call 2366-W Immediately.
FOR SALE Seven passenger Stude-
~baker. Good running order. Price
$75. Ohio-Mich. trip would nearly
pay for same. Phone 1978.
FOR SALE - WEST SIDE
FIVE ROOMS and bath; hardwood
floors; lot 50 x110; basement in-
cludes heated garage; Garland fur-
nace; laundry tubs; coal bin; fruit
and vegetable cellar; near car line
~nd grade school. Price $7,000-
$800 down.
Call Mr. Newton with
CHARLES L. BROOKS
Phone 315 Evenings 2446
FOl RENT
DOUBLE FRONT Room one block
from campus 506 E. Jefferson,
Phone 516-M.
FIRST FLOOR Housekeeping suite;
Steam heat; running water in room.
Laundry privileges with electric
washer. 203 S. Thayer St. Phone
1317-R.
SINGLE ROOM in private home. Soft
running water in room. No other
student in house. Can occupy at once
for rest of year. Phone 3522
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent. 1219
S. University. Phone 869-W.
FOR RENT Double room behind Law
Club. Rent reasonable. 637 Oak-
land. 1602-M. Call after 5 P. M.
TWO SINGLE, one double room. 3
blocks from the campus. 940 Green-
wood. Phone 2418-X-J.
WANTED.
GARAGE or dead storage space for
Ford roadster for Dec. Jan.. Feb.
and March. Send replies stating
price and location to Box No. 36.
STUDENTS Who desire tutoring in
trigonometry and college algebra
call 1510-J from 6 to 8 P. M.
TWO TICKETS) for Iowa game. Sing-
le tickets acceptable. Call McPhail,
694-W. between 12-1 noon or 5-8 P.
M.
WANTED To buy for cash, a good
used C-Melody sax Must be priced
right and in good condition. Phone
1799 University Music House.
A SIGN WRITER. Call at office on
second floor, Mack & Co.
WHITE GOLD Octagon watch. Call
1767-M. Reward.
A STUDENT Advertising salesman
for part time permanent connection.
Call Eman. Phone 1268 after 7 to-
night.
LOST

LOST SUNDAY black spectacle case
containing spectacles, fountain pen
and Eversharp pencil. Reward1
Call 3001-J.
VALUABLE Police deg. Small cut in!
right ear. Reward for information
leading to location. Phone 932-R.
LOST bunch of keys. Phone 1716-J.
TRIGON Fraternity pin, initials H. T.
on back. Call 1016. Reward.
4 MEN TO GO to O. S. U. game in
Oldsmobile sedan with 27E. Call
2305 after 3 P. M.
A PAIR OF Horn rimmed glasses in
case. Between 1204 Hill and Arcade
Theatre. Call 390.
BLACK CAMEO Ring, gold setting.
Call University Extension office.
LOST ON CAMPUS PAIR OF GLASS-
ES. MARKED PARK and CO.ON
CASE. PHONE 217. ANNE GIL-
BRETH.
LOST SIX Months old Police Dog.
Black with tan markings. Black
harness. Phone 3208-J.
TUESDAY EVENING from car in
front of Harris Hall, leather note-{
book. Please call Jessicca Megaw,
2516-M.
LOST LADIES Gold wrist watch at
game Saturday. Reward. Return to'
Selma Mueller 119 Park Terrace.
MISCELLANEO' S
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.
GRAND RAPIDS MEN If you arej
motoring to Grand Rapids Saturday
and have room for extra passenger
Call 2417-M.
LANDLADIES- STUDENTS
DON'T Overlook the opportunity to
save on many household necessi-
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.

NOTICE
IERSoNAL CIIRIST1IAS CARDS
ORDER THEM Without delays Prop-
er engraving takes time. Select one
of our many attractive and exclu-
sive designs and place your order,
now.
0. D. MORRILL
14 Nickels' Arcade
The Stationery Store
SEE Mc INERNEY of the Interstate
Tailors at American Hotel for a
suit or overcoat. Prices $24.50 andt
$29.50. Perfect satisfaction guaran-
teed. Phone 123.
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works,
Phone 50.
ALL SWITCHES and ear muffs, half7
price. The best of service given. We
use soft water only. Telephone;
2939-M.
Announcing NEW ARRIVALS. in ,
WHITING & COOKS
STATIONERY
ARCADE ,PHARMACY
BUG DANCES!
EVERY Friday nite. Masonic Temple,
Ypsilanti. Hear the Bug Band play-
ing exclusively for Bug Dances
TYPEWRITERS
CORONA TYPEWRITERS

Eighty-seven Smiths lead all other
names in the student directory of the
University which appeared on the
campus yesterday mornilg. The Mil-
lers follow close behind, while the old
names of Jones takes third place.
The Bakers number 18, while the
Cooks come next with 10, followed
by the Fishers, Hunters, Butlers, Pot-
ters, Masons, Gardners, Barbers,
Miners, Brewers, Shoemakers, and
the Riders.(
The University has two Flowers, a
Lilley and a Rose. There is Fruit,
represented by Berry, Pear, and a I
Cherry. In the animal kingdom there!
are Lyons, Lepards, Foxes, a Bear, a
Bull, and, a Wolf. The Birds are Rob-
ins, a Sparrow, Peacock, Parrot, and
Crow.
In spite of the fact that there are
only five Days enrolled, the Univer-
sity has three Weeks. One Blank and
one Sample have been drawn by this
institution. There is one Bachelor
and four Benedicts, a Comb and a
TA1IOiLNG
For Efficient Work-SEE
1[E RMA N THE TAIL OR
802 S. State St.
Cleaning, Pressing, and Alterations.
BEAUTY SHOPPES

Smiths, Millers, Jones' Hold
High Place In New Directory'

Brush, one man who is Handy, two
who are Wild, and a Savage.
The University can boast of lots of
Powers. The Jewells are here, a Dia-
mond, and a Ruby. There are those
who are True, Proud, Wise, Plain,
Sharp, and Keen. One is Hard, but
there are four who are Harder. There
is a North, East, and West but no

South; one Hsad but n.o Wife; a London, NS
zck and t'wo Stockings; tvo Mitts Hunt Mocrga:
.I~nd two Ccat e:; a Ppel not nas been aw
1at; the Po'or a,,nd 111Th, hu>>no oftheRoyal
oney; a few Moore, but no Less. iin zoology.
Surprising as it may seem there
.re only two Christians registered in
he University, but to make up for
this deficiency there are five Parsons,
several Bishops, two Elders, a Dea- SCIO(
con, and a Parish. There are hills,
Mountains, Beaches, Billows, Eddys, Private
Brooks, Rivers, Geysers, Lakes, Hav-
Stoe, ball+
ens ,a Brink, a Dale, and both
Shores.o a

a. of Dancing
lessons in aesthetic,
et and modern ball-
nCing.

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IAPPOINTMENTS BUREAU " N I
ENROLLSDURING WEEKDA CNG
Learn to dance. Start now. Open
Completed enrollments with the bu- daily, 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. Adult class
reau of appointments in the School every Monday and Friday. Fifteen
of Education numbered 187 yesterday 1-hour lessons for $5.00. Enroll now.
afternoon. Registration- forms 'had TERRACE AIRDEN
been taken out by 67 other candidates i1ANCINfA STUIiOS,
hi itins next fall. iak- 22 Wuerth Arcade Phone 241-R

JEANETTE KRUSZKA
JOHNSON
Studio Second Floor

Chubb House
PHONE 2022M

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Tor teacn ng pas iu6nxLal, 11
ing the total on the committee's rec-
ords 254. Miss Margaret Cameron.
secretary of the bureau, expects that
a large number will enroll today and
tomorrow.
Office hours today are from 8 to 12
o'clock and from 1:30 to 5 o'clock;
tomorrow the office will be open only
during the morning.

DO IT NOW

Write the Prize Winning Letter on

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

new Corona Four,
keyboard, at $60, or
with three-bank key-
Also a full line of
all makes and sup-
if desired. Renting
a sepcialty.
MORRILL,

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GREAT SUCCESS Wih Nestle Per-
manent Waves. Come in personally
for estimate. 707 N. Univ. Phone
2652 Stoddard Iair Shop. hn
MACK and CO.
3rd Floor Main St.

17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery

Store

Damon- ,
"Hey, there! Aren't you a friend
of mine "
Pythias-
"I certainly am. I'd do anything
in the world for you. Yes, an.-
thing t"
Damon-
"All right-prove it t Give me back
that Eldorado pencil you borrowed
last night."
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"The Church I Would Like to Find"
Three Student Prizes-$25.00, $15,00, $10.00
Send to Box 34, Michigan Daily
See Campus Bulletin Boards for Details

TIE experienced operator will recog-1
nize an array of features not com-
bined in any other typewriter. A!
tril.j will. convince you. 'We alsox
have all snakes of used machines.
Renting and repairing a specialty.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange.
9 Savings fBank Blk. Phone 866.
FOR SALE A Remington Portable
typewriter. Geo. S. Register, 604 E.
Madison. Tel. 1809.

Waving, Mai celling, Sht

RMAURANS

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ARJUTTER'S
LUNCH
1117
SUniversity

We Don't Like to Brag, But
We Think We Have Your
Launry Problem Solved
HOW'S THIS?
Laundry Called for on FRIDAY
Will be Returned on SATURDAY

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17 leds--all dealers

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FLORA;L
IF YOU WANT To make your mother
bhappy send her flowers on your
birthday dnd thanksgiving day.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
Leading Telegraph Florist.
221 E. Liberty St. Phone 1630
Charge Accounts Solicited.

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Tours to Europe-Summer of 1925
FOR STUDENTS, TEACHERS, ARTISTS ETC.
30 Day 'tour-All LONDON, BRUSSELS
Expenses Included $300 ad UP AND PARIS
SAILINGS END OF JUNE AND EARLY JULY
Other Tours Include In Charge of Competent Directors Thor-

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HERE are several opportunities for
college trained men in the home or-
ganization and branch offices of the
Insurance Company of North America.
The Oldest American Fire and Marine
Insurance Company-founded in 1792
to protect the commercial activities of an
infant nation-is an influential factor in
the progress and expansion of American
business. The positions it offers are
worth-while and remunerative.

ltaly, Switzerland at oughly Experienced In European
Moderate Cost. Travel.I
WALTER H. WOODS CO. BOSTON
80 BOYLSTON STREET MASS.
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w Firgt National Bank
Organized 1863
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
TRUST DEPARTMENT
Oldest National Bant in Michigan
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nly the.kind
-OUf C)aldy
-that delights the taste-thrills the en-
thusiasm of the receiver-compliments the
giver.
THAT CANDY IS GILBERTS!
Pure, wholesome, delicate in texture,
pleasing in flavor, always fresh. In one,
I two, three and five pound packages.
Time to place that Christmas order.
"The Drug Store Beautiful"
1038-J 1038-1

Inquiries are invited

INSURANCE COMPANY of
NORTH AMERICA
3rd & Walnut Sts.
Philadelphia

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LOST ON Campus Tuesday, Nov. 11,
pair black shell rimmed glasses.
Call 217. Hayden.
RIDER FOUNTAIN Pen at Yost Field
House. Reward. Call 2135-W
LOST One moco glove, Size 8, for
right hand. Reward. Dan Cohen,
807 E. Wa$hington, Call 481-M.
LOST Blue and plaid robe at North-
western game. Reward, Phone 1109

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THIS WEEK

BLUE-BLACK
-the kind
yOu will use
in business
FOUNAIt All Sizes and
E L NUIG K colors
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For Real Fountain Pen
Satisaction, Use
-o I -a - uWK

A rtistic Arrangement
of the Bouquet-
-Discernmentin Pottery
offering---Speaks of Sup-
eriority inService

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More Than 300 Fur Trimmed Coats
Will be in This Sale
These Coats were gathered last
week in New York by .lr.filen

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