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3ER, 20, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THIS
OLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

bOSES
LAS F IETCOLUMN
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.Y, i

Chicago, Ill., Nov. 19.-The Maroon
basketball quintet will meet the Mid-YS
shipmen of Annapolis, on Dec. 30,M
and Mercer college of Georgia, on
Jan. 3 in two intersectional cage
battles
IPay for your Subscription today.

Negro Elected
Chicago Judge

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-CLOTHES FOR THE COLLEGE MAN

FOR RENT

IF YOU WANT A Room in a house
where cleanliness is a specialty,
come at once to 422 Hamilton place.
FOR SALE
SOLID MAHOGANY Martha Wash-
ington Sewing Cabinets finest qual-
ity and finish for $18.50 at Koch
and Henne. Phone 50.
RADIO BARGAIN

WANTED
BOYS TO SELL OWA EXTRA. AP-
Pf Y 1)AILY BUSINESS OFFICE,
PRESS BUILDING.
ONE TICKET to Iowa game. Call
806-J,
WANTED Experienced cloak and suit
saleswoman for Ann Arbor, Battle
Creek and Jackson stores. Whole
or part time. Jacobson's 612 E. Lib-
erty.
FOUR TICKETS For Iowa game.
Call 3594.
WANTED Experienced conscientious
cook with references for fraternity.
Reply to Box 36, Daily include ad-
dress and Telephone number.
LOST
BLACK LEATHER Bag containing
glasses, purse with a. considerable
amount of money, a bank book on
Friday, Nov. 14. Liberal reward.
Phone 643-M.

A FIVE tube set, complete, at a
gain price. We can save you
See us if it is a real bargain
want.

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M ISCELLANEOUS
! BUTTtR - CARTTER'S
Y' UPLUNCH.
1117
So. University
HOUSEKEEPING Rooms: free to
mother and son by lady wanting
companion; son to tend furnace.
Inquire at 117 N. State.
GIRL---LOOK AT OUR WINDOW
YOU Will find a demonstration of
Plastic Chrome work at
THE APPLIED ARTS SHOP
Opposite Sub-Station.
BEAR THIS sensational colored or-
chestra at a special Bug Dance Fri.
Nov. 21, Masonic Temple, Ypsilanti.
SYNC( SEPTETTE
Springfield, Ohio.
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS
BOUGHT, Sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned and repaired. We have
nearly all makes. We suggest that
you buy Corona Four and save
about $40.00. Time payments if de-
sired.

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On the reserve team_ Weber, Hoff-
man, and Garber will undoubtedly be
the greatest menace to the first year
men. Weber is a dangerous line
plunger, and should give a good ex-
hibition of line plunging in today's
game. The reserve line possesses
three heavy line men in Jones, Baer,
and Goldstein, who are expected to
stop the plunging attack of the fresh-
men.
The reserves will probably rely on
4Vcber to do the plunging and the
forward passing. In the scrimmages
this fall Coach Fisher's, men have
shown power in the aerial route, and
are expected to use the forward pass
this afternoon. Ferenz and Charter,
two end candidates, will be on the
receiving end of the forward pass at-
tack.
Hoffman and Garber are two back-
field men who possess -lower in
skirting the ends and will probably
cause some worry to Coach Mather's
ends.
Iowa City, Ia., Nov. 19.-The varsity
cross country team was tied in the
race here held over the new course
Monday by the first year men. Cap-
tain Phelps, of the varsity, finished.
an easy winner, but the -freshmen
managed to garner enough points in
the remaining places to tie the reg-
ulars.
PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS

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(SHOWING
AT CAMPUS BOOTERY
304 South State St.
Today andTomoric w

UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
MODERN SIX ROOM lHouse, oak
floors and trim. Three bed rooms
large lot and garage. F',rice re-
duced to $8,000. Good terms. For
appointment call Mr. Sergeant with
Charles L. Brooks, 215 1st. National
Bank Bldg. Phone 315, evenings
783.
FOR SALE Very cheap 100 football

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Albert Bailey George
The first negro judge of a court of
record in the United States will
shortly take his seat in the Chicago
municipal court. He is Albert Bailey
George, prominent lawyer, ele ted on'
the Republican ticket by 65,000 ma-
jority.

NAT LltJ XENB1LsR'L.Y & BROS.
841 BROADWAY, NEW YORK

Don't Borrow--Subscribe 'l'och .
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swagger sticks with Michigan LOST Nv. 12 aair of siell-riinedI
colors and small football, the kind laSe. in a ase betweene1204
that sell for $1.00. Selling because glasses in black case bete. 190
I can't be here for the Iowa game."Re rd.
Might take reliable partner to sell *_
at Iowa game. Call McClure 2629-R GREY AND BLACK shell rim glasses
after 7 P. M. between Medic biulding and Field
BEAUTY SHOPPES . house. Please call 1528-R.
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St. PERSONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS
Permanent Waving and Marcelling PERSONAL CHRISTMAS GREETING
CARDS ENGRAVED or PRINTED
DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOPrv k t Q lct
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ANN ARMOR:

0. D. MORRILL Te
Ann 17 Nickels' Arcade. St r. D n i g G d e
Ann Arbor's Oldest'Typewriter Store. Dancing Studio
WANT TO BUY A typewriter? Rem- Open Daily, 10 a. m. to 10 p.
ingtons $15, Underwoods $25. Also m. We teach all modern,
large and portables for rent. Room fancy, ballet, stage, tango
2, 711 N. Univ. and folk dances for children
FOR SALE A Remington Portable adults. Class every Monday
F Friday.
typewriter. Geo. S. Register, 604 E. Fifteen one-hour lessons, $5.00.
Madison. Tel. 1809. 22 Wuerth Arcade Phone

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S A L-,E
Our policy is to clear stock
often. Can. Thursday and Fri-
day of this week we are offer-
ing a large part of our present
line of band-tailored suit-3 of
imported woolens at this ex-
ceptional price.

$ Q Q.50
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SPECIAL FRENCH packs, Hotoil
shampooing. Henn, 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
FLORAL,

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.

one of our many attractive, exclu-
sive designs and place your order
now.
0. D. MORRILL
14 & 17 Nickels' Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Stores.
Your Subscription is payable now.
NOTICE
STUDENT DELIVERY
Deliveries to any 'prt of the city 50c
OPEN NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS-
Untii 8:30 P. M.
Opposite Court House
PHONE 3591-,I
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.
ANN ARBOR WAYSIDE INN. Pack-
ard and Division. Most comfortable
homelike stopping place in this
city.

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GREY
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600 E. LIBERTY

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Sunday Evening
for a Salad
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FOUNTAIN PENS
'WHY Experiment. Buy your fountain
pens of Rider where you can get
adjustments by pen specialists.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State Street
FOUNTAIN PEN INK

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WHY Experiment with viscuous inkE
when you can always buy good ink
from RIDER'S PEN SHOP.
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
IF YOUR Pen fails, have it repaired
by penmakers at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
It costs you no more. 24 Hour ser-
vice or better.
,ATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS1

YOU WILL FIND STRAPLESS
BRASSIERES at
THE QUALITY SROP
303 S. Main Phone 1861-M
GENTLEMEN'S WRIST WATCHES
in Gruen, Illinois, Elgin, Hamilton,
and Longines. All are high' grade
makes. $25 and up.
A. H. ARNOLD
302 S. State St.
Don't delay-Pay your Subscription

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BOSTONEA BEAUTY PARLOR
337% South Main Street - Ann Arbor
Specializes in Ladies Hair Bobbing, Shingling and Marcelling
Children's Hair. Cutting
Open from 8:30 A. M. to 7 P. M.
Tuesday and Friday, open to 8:30 P. M.
Phone for appointment-2773-R
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OvERCOATS
Not made in England or any other foreign country,
but made in good old U. S. A. at prices you can
afford to pay. Our corduroy coats by Gordon are
right. We show them in two shades and lined with
a blanket lining, shower proof lining or sheep lining, -
with or without fur collars.
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As the cold days of Winter set in, it is time
for' you to begin getting your imported tnuffler,
woolen socks and heavy gloves. We have
in stock the finest imported hose and Scotch
.Mufflers, to say nothing o f 'our Pig skin and
wool lined gloves. Cote in today and look
over this best stock in town and you will realize
ruby so many of the fellaws come direct to us
for their accessories.

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