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November 22, 1924 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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USEDCARS
1922 CHEVROLET SEDAN
This car has very good tires, motor,
and upholstering. Our Price $275.
DODGE SEDAN
Wire wheels, fairly good tires, and
very good motor. $200 terms.
1922 CHEVROLET TOURING
[Thisacar has a full set of Goodyear
Diamond Tread tires. Ride in it
and you will buy it. Exceptional
price $125.

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MACK AND CO.

FOR SALE
SOLID MAHOGANY Martha Wash-
ington Sewing Cabinets finest qual-
ity and finish for $18.50 at Koch
and Henne. Phone 50.
BUESCHER C-Melody saxophone,
frosted silver finish; gold plated
bell. 619 Whaley Court. Phone
1662-J.
HAVE JUST ONE Royal Typewriter
in fine shape with back spacer, two
color ribbon and tabulator and the
price is $20.00,. When you "Com-
pare the Work and Machine you
wonder how I can sell this machine
for so little- FIRST HERE GET
IT.
A. C. STEIMPSON
308 S. State St. 2nd Floor
Phone 310-)I
FOR SALE Two adjacent seats for
the Iowa game, Call 751-W. Dick(
Ruslander.;

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WANTED
BOYS TO SELL IOWA EXTRA. AP.
P]Y DAILY JUSIiNESS OFFICE,
PRESS BUILPDNG.
WANTED Experienced cloak and suit
saleswoman for Ann Arbor, Battle
Creek and Jackson stores. Whole
or part time. Jacobson's 612 E. Lib-
erty.
WANTED Experienced conscientious
cook with references for fraternity.
Reply to Box 36, Daily include ad-
dress and Telephone number.
WANTED Student and family wash-
ings. Will call for and deliver.
Phone 1653-W.
LOST Raccoon fur choker on Ingalls,
between Huron Street and Univer-
sity Secretary's office. Call 2044-W
or 1932.

E. & G. CHEVROLET SALES
Corner, of Ashley and Huron
THE CHEVROLET DEALER

3rd Floor Main St.
^Permanent Waving and Marcelling
DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL FRENCH packs, Hotoil
shampooing. Henna paks, hair'
trimming and cutting
Telephone 2939-M. 304 S. State St.
FLORAL
IF YOU WANT To make your mother'
happy send her flowers on your
birthday and thanksgiving day. !
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO. 1
Leading Telegraph Florist.
221 E. Liberty St. Phone 1630
Charge Accounts Solicited.
TYPEWRITERSr
WANT TO BUY A typewriter? Rem-
ingtons $15, Underwoods $25. Also
large and portables for rent. Room
i2. 711 N. Univ.
TYPEWRITERS Standard, Quality
342-R. Hamilton. State and Wil-
machines for rent or sale. Phone1
liam streets.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Apartments, light-house-
keeping rooms, single rooms. Will
rent either furnished or unfur-
nished. Phone 158 before 5 P. M.
Ralph T. Swezey.
FRONT Single room for Gentleman.
No other students in house. Call
3522.

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S. E. SECTION
$9,500-$1,0o0 DOWN -WANTED Violinist and pianist for'
We are pleased to offer a 6 room dance orchestra. Call 2649-J.
house in the S. E. Section for sale.
Possession December 1st, large lot, LOST
two-car garage, beautiful shrub-
bery, must be sold at once. BLACK LEATHER Bag 'containing
CalM r.ewdtonwi.hglasses, purse with a considerable
CHALSMr. NewOOwit amount of money, a bank book on
Phone 315-3552 Evenings 2446 Friday, Nov. 14. Liberal reward.
Phone 643-M.
FORD ROADSTER, 1921, excellent
condition, starter, dem. rims, spot- LOST Nov. 12 a pair of shell-rinmed
light. Best offer takes it. Cail glasses in black case between 1204
Iverson, 396. ..hill and Arcade Theater. Call 3890
Rte«'artd.

NOTICE
CHECK. your CAR
Saturday P. M. at
WINES FIELD
on Hill Street, 2 blocks
West of Packard.
RELIAB3LE SERVICE
Price 50 cents.
HAVE YOUR HAIR CUT BY
"A Barber Who Cares"
Good and efficient service 1
With a Smile~
SHALTIS & BOWEN
CHURCH STREET BARBER SHOP
607 Church St.
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 'yoa don't want.
DON'T GO TO THE GAME
Without a box of
GILBERTS CHOCOLATES
Arcade Pharmacy 1038-J
She Will Appreciate a box of
GILBERTS CHOCOLATES
at the game
ArcadetPharmacy1038-J
GIRLS--LOK AT OUR WINDOW
YOU Will find a demonstration of
Plastic Chrome work at
THE APPLIED ARTS-SHOP
Opposite Sub-Station.

PERSONAL CHRISTMAS CARDSj
PERSONAL CHRISTMAS GREETING
CARDS ENGRAVED or PRINTED
Proper engraving takes time. Select
one of our many attractive, exclu-
sive designs and place. your order
now.
0. D. MORRILL
14 & 17 Nickels' Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Stores.
MUSIC
2738 "Tell Me, Dreamy Eyes" and
"Land o' Lingo Blues" Latest'
Brunswick record played by Is-
ham Jones' Orchestra.I
STOFFLET PHONO SHOP
616 E. Liberty.

College Style

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N EW HAVEN tailors have for many
years been considered the authentic crea-
tors of college style.
The Arthur M. Rosenburg Co. has con-
tributed largely to this reputation. You
will be better pleased with your clothes if
made by tailors whose product is authority.
Come in and inspect our Winter exhibit,
unsurpassed for elegance of quality and
designs.

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JERRY COAN
At Hotel ALLENEL

SAGINAW HIGH SCHOOL

Monday, Nov. 24

FOR SALE Fine set of Law Books,
The Northewestern Reporter, Cost
$650. Now reduced to $200 at your
own terms. Mrs. G. H. Morrison,!
127 W. Delaware St. Garnd Rapids
Mich.l
2 BOX SEATS For Iowa game. Call
at 427. Thompson St.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR EFFICIENT WORK-SEE
HERNAN THE TAILOR
802 S. State Street
Cleaning, Pressing, and Alterations
Pay for your Subscription today.

NOV. 17TH: Alligator skin cigar case.'
Reward. Telephone 1522.
LOST Wednesday Highland Park
Bank Pocketbook containing money
and University Surveyhng checks
No. 531. Phone Sukumar 2944-M.
LOST A diamond and platinum ring
Iband between Law Bldg. and Ann
Arbor Savings Bank. Phone 1325
Reward.
WRIST WATCH, gold, Elgin. Initials
on back B. L. H. Call 1753-W.

Saturday Morning at 10:30,

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BEAUTY SHOPPES

STODDARD HAIR SHOP
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MARCELLING and PERMANENT
WAVING-
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