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THE MfCHIGAN DAILY

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ADVERTISING

Irish "Republic"
J IIITIII IUI Sends Envoy To
Washington Post
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ruesday's Report of Campaign Shows who
Total of $33,00 Now car
Secured men
Dun
WORK FOR $16,000 MORE .C
Colu

college of Detroit, who was the driver Reorganization of the Pe
of the car, is believed to have a frac- vani ciub will take place at
T_[at th base o e sl n s olock tonight in room 20512
_n_ h<!rtalandofficersiwill be elected.
Moscow, Nov. 1-Vasio Vadio students on the campus from
01 four of the Michigan students has presented his credenitals as miin- state of Pennsylvania are asked
I fister from Mexico. attend.

FOR TILEVII
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WANTED

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ROOMS FOR MEN, steam heat, plenty WANTED Experienced cloak and suit
of hot water. Roommate wanted to saleswoman for Ann Arbor, Battle
share large suite, with east, south Creek and Jackson stores. Whole
andl west exposure. Also garage for or part tihe. Jacobson's 612 E. Lib-.
rent. 422 E. Washington,.Phone erty.

1194-M.
IF YOU WANT A Room in a house
where cleanliness is a specialty,
come at once to 422 Hamilton place.
FOR RENT One large suite very1
reasonable. Well furnished and
comfortable. Mrs. Waterman 644 E.
Univ.
'O1C SALE
FOR SALE HEAVY Brown Chinchilla
overcoat in fine shape. Also full
dress suit. Both size 37-8 call Mil-
ler 2619.
SOLID MAHOGANY Martha Wash-
ington Sewing Cabinets finest qual-
ity anld finish for $18.50 at Koch
andl lenne. Phone 50.

IOWA GAMK TICKETS wanted. Twosj
and fours. Call Watson, 1529-M'
during day, or 1300 after 6:30 P. M.
FOUR TICKETS For Iowa game.
Call 3594.
TWO TICKETS for the Iowa game.

Yesterday's retort on the local
Community fund drive showed a
slump 'in the campaign's progress,
the total amount collected thus far
being slightly in excess of $33,000.
With $16,000 yet to go, new workers
are being sent out to insure all citi-
zens the chance to contribute.
Walter P. Staebler, president of the
Community fund association, in
speaking of the drive, said, "If only

bor.
bich
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were hurt last Friday, when the
in whih they and three other
were riding overturned near
ndee, Michigan, on tare way to
umbus, have returned to Ann Ar-
Lucian Lane, '26L, Edward Sti-
h, '26L, and Russell Hays,. '25L,
e fully recovered from- the slight
Ises which they sustained, while
yton Purdy, '26L, is still suffering
m a slightly sprained back.
lex Whitley, a student at the City

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You havC individual charm. Don
spoil it with the wrong wave.

Cali 2574-W between 2 and 4. the contributors
"-ltheir gift must be
WANTED Two tickets for Iowa game. 1 11different woi
Phone J. Fratel, 1608-R after 4 P. they would voun
M. cheyse them. .un
________________________ crease them. W

could realize that
distributed between
)rthy organizations,
ntarily offer to in-
e must have fresh

LOST enthusiasm, and more workers if the
drive is to be a success."
A PAIR OF GLASSES Brown bone Plans for the fund parade, which
rimmed in a case. Lucile Hamkin- is to be held today, have met with
son, 344 S. Division. Phone 557-M. some , difficulties - in getting floats
for the various organizations, but it
LOST Signet ring, Sunday in Michi- is thought that it will start as an-
gan Union. Initials W. F'. F.Re- nounced at 11:30 o'clock from the
3211ward. Farlow 325 So. Fifth. Phone;Chamber of Commerce Inn.

RADIO BARGAIN
A FIVE tube set, complete, at a
gain price. We can save you
Sew us if it is a real bargiin

bar-
$50.,
yan

MISCELLANEOU KS

E[IVEJISyrY MUSIC ll)S
P7IVONOGRAPII (01)( CONDITION,
cheap. Phone 1010-M or call. at 608
.Till,
FOR SALE Overcoat, good 6condition.
1017 Oakt lan. Phone 2666._.
NOTICE
STUD)ENT JDELIVERY
Deliveries to any part of the city 50c
GPEN NIGITS AND SUNDAYS
Untii 8:30 P. M.
Opposite Court house
PHONE 3591-JI
LANDLADIES -- STUDE'NTS
DON'T Overlook the opportunity to
savo on many household necessi-
ties at The Economy Second H1and
Store, 209 N. Main St., ione 789-M.
'We sell what you do want and buy
what you don't want.
PERS0NAL CHRISTMAS CARI)S
OQZDER THEM Without delay. Prop-
er engraving takes time. Select one
of our many attractive and exclu-
rvn designs and place your order
no1w.
(. D. MORRILL
14 Nickels' Arcade
The Stationery Store
27:i "Tell Me, Dreamy Eyes" and
-Land o' Lingo Blues" Latest
1runswick record played by Is-
a.m Jones' Orchestra.
STOIF 'LET PHONO SHOP
616 E. Liberty.

CAMAY AND

CARTTE P's

LUNCH

1117
So. University

HOUSEKEEPING Rooms free to
mother and son by lady wanting
comnpanion; son to tend furnace.
Inquire at 117 N. State.
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works,
Phone 50.
SEE Mc INERNEY of the Interstate
Tailors at American Hotel for a
suit or overcoat. Prices $24.50 andE
$29.50. Perfect satisfaction guaran1
teed. Phone 123.
MITY NICE
IIAMBUR&S
KEWPIE HOTEL
--'Opposite
Eng. Arch
YOU ARE CORDIALLY Invited to
visit any afternoon. We alivays have
open house.
APPLIED ART SHOP, Opposite
sub-station.,
SYNC( SEPTETTE
Springfield, Ohio.
HEAR THIS sensational colored or-
chestra at a special Bug Dance Fri.
Nov. 21, Masonic Temple, Ypsilanti.
BEAUTY SHOPPES
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL FRENCH packs, Hotoil
shaampooing. Henna paks, hair
trimming, and cutting.
Telephone 2939-M. 304 S. State St.
STODDARD HAIR SHOP
RAIN WATER SHAMPOOS
MARCELLING and PERMANENT
WAVING
707 NO. UNIV. PHONE 2652
1OE COOKED
KOSHER MEALSa
11 O KLAND" Av.-266IIR
2 Blocks from Campus

CEMALSTUDENTS TO
sal INPET SALT PLANTS
* Members of Prof. Walter L. Bad-
ger's classes in technology of inor-
ganic industries and chemical ma-1
chinery, will visit two of the larger
satextractories of the state today.
The group left Ann Arbor for De-
troit on the Michigan Central this
morning, leaving Detroit at 8:15
o'clock the party will go to St. Clair,
where the plant of the Diamond Crys-
tal Salt company will be inspected.
Returning to Detroit at 1 o'clock, the}
students will spend the afternoon in
a tour of the plant of the Inland-Del-
ray Salt company.
Tha trip marks the continuance of,
an association which has existed for
several years between these coin-
panies and the department.
TYPEWRITERS
CORONA TYPEWRITERS
WE HAVE The new Corona Four,!
with standard keyboard, at $60, or
Corona Three, with three-bank key-I
board, at $50. Also a full line of
typewriters of all makes and sup-
plies. Terms if desired. Renting.
and repairing a sepcialty.
O. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
I THE experienced operator will recog-
nize an array of features not con-
bined in any other typewriter. A
trial -will convince you. We also I
have all makes of used machines.
Renting and repairing a specialty.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange,
9 Savings Bank Blk. Phone 866.
TYPEWRI'TERS Standard, Quality
machines for rent or sale. Phone
342-R. Hamilton. State and Wil-
liam Streets.
Why Buy
New Furniture
= When the skilled services
of an expert repair man
are at your disposal? Call
P. B. Harding
218 East Huron St.
Phone 381-W
ANN ARBOIR

With the Irish Free State officially
represented in Washington, the Irish
"Republic" has decided to send an
envoy to the United States, and has
named Sean O'Ceallaigh for the post.
He is famous for his plea of 1919 for
Ireland's admission to the peace con-
ference.
The Union opera orchestra will re-
hearse at 4 o'clock this afternoon in I
the Union hall room. There are va-
cancies for a clarinet and a trom-
bone player, and all those interested
should attend the rehearsal.

GLO-wC "
"Educates
.' A few drops
Sbefore school
keepsthe hair
combed all
day. Refresh-
ing, pleasing.
At drug counters and barber
shops everywhere.
(Gloss-Comb)
THE ORIGINAL
LI0UID HAIR DRESS
RealMenandBOyS
Send for Sample Bottle
Mail coupon ana 1e for generous
trial bottle. Normany Products Co.,
6511McKinleyAv., Los Angeles, Cal.
a 0

EXPERT MARCELLING AND HAIR CUTTING
Special "Prices on Facial and Scalp Treatments
ILADIES BEAUTY SHOPPE
(GERALDINE HOGAN)
SECOND FLOOR CHUBB HOUSE
PHONE 3234-R 209 SOUTH STATE ST.
Rain naier guaranteed

CRIPPEN'S DRUG STORE
723 N. University Ave.

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of the New

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We feel sure that you
will be delighted by
our well-prepared
meals.
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Walworth
Corner State, Packard
and Arbor
Phone 1117

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FLORAL

Date, Nut, Strawberry, Sherbet, and Vanilla in an

IF YOU WANT To make your mother
.appy send her flowers on your
birthday and thanksgiving day.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
Leading Telegraph Florist.
21 E. Liberty St. Phone 1630
Charge Accounts Solicited.
LL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
er, thirty year's experience. Man-
,Aolin, guitar, banjos, and chord
construction. Telephone 1791-M.
FOUND -
DUNHILL PIPE. Owner may have
same upon identification and pay-
ment for ad. Phone Starr, 2638-W.
Read the Want Ads
S NG VAR MOLTS, D S C
GRALUA riFAND R IEGTTRFD
Chiropodist Orthopedist
7N. Universi"tiAve'hone 2652

Exceptionally
Order Early.

Good Brick for the Week End.
Delivery When Desired.

Telephone 423

ANN ARBOR DAIRY CO.

HOME OF PURE MILK

ECIAL SAL

ThnTelephone Follow-up
0 SALES EFFORT AND
ADVERTISING
Keep b siness going--put the en-
livening kick into trade by using
Long Dis ance as a consistent fol-
low-up of ales and advertising.
Two Detro automobile firms sell
cars by tele hone,
A large auto obile manufacturer
urges his agen a to sell by telephone.
A cleaning an dyeing house in
Lansing gets bu iness by telephone.
A Saginaw dealer sells tires by tele-
phoned
A big match comp y does practi-
cally all its whole aling by tele-
phone.
Financial houses se stocks and
bonds by telephone.
Many other concerns bu d business
and keep in touch with their field
forces by telephone.
The saving of time and oney to
producer, wholesaler and etailer
is reflected in lower costs to the
consumer.
MICHIGAN BELL TtLEPHO CO.
BELL SYSTEM
One Policy, One System, Universal Servie~

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PRINCETON

CHIARLEVOIX

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S A L E
Our policy is to clear stock
often. On Thursday and Fri-
day of this week we are offer-
ing a large part of our present
line of hand-tailored suits of
imported woolens at this ex-
ceptional price.

$ .50

Twinpiex tropper .300
Guaranteed for Ten Years. Special rust-resisting black
enamel and nickel finish. For Gillette and Durham Duplex
bladesx Will' imptove your new blades 100%-and give you
100 or more good shaves from every blade. Your chance to
get at a bargain the smooth shave, comfort and blade economy
enjoyed by thousands of users of the regular $5.00 models.
Act today while our supply of these Export Models lasts.
C AN FL ETCHER DRUG C0.

CAR TIER'S

3-DEPENDABLE STORES-3
324 S. STATE ST.
COR. E. AND S. UNIVERSITY AvEs.
COR. STATE AND PACKARD

300 SOUTh STATE STREET - SECOND FLOOR

OVER HALLER'S JEWELRY

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