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124THE MICH 4IGAN D AILY x

FOUJNTAIN PENS

.Dlry C

LASSIFIE IS
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

NEW SE43T EcclpeiaL'~3 rEJ,, I ith 1stringed In-
nnica for sale veaaonable. 1,st1)1oIs. (joire in Cfld let us ex-
.0 at Slater's llook Stor, ..p)li n[. IiV t( ,'S itylMi>) I I ouse.

P"UB Y A 10OUNTAIN PEN -MADE IN
ANN ARBORUI
Ride-, r MastF IErpen nowvoi sale inl
Rlideri's Pen Shop, 302 State Stree:t.
As hoewo have 0them. 'They willf
tell yo)u why it is a superior student
pen andl you can not afford to o ver-
look Cie wonderful ser'vice you get
from the maker himsel.
'miISl1,Jn Pen~s of the better national-
known ;imakes 1'ludl~ing Wa .' erman, 3
Conk lin, 8heiafrcr, Parker,. Leloouff,
j~ric,'d 2.50 up. If' you write, we
have it.!

" s !1)y "dry" officials to end this prac-1 ;servedi at a party by the cong;r
tic:e in the ag(,ricultural dist r is, and lta in his Baltimore lionic have b i cc ; e ,.
;1r rt i st beiallow"ed th saei s te iThereis onooubt the p
) privilege. The 1 1C ^ l ', Supply Of! ideroheil , len !departimnt aver', that 1
self haI3i _'h! 1 ho''efhe1lmade h Liml- ha 3>vollik'd'thle law.
r ''ai ples o: kill cisdu:2rwiC1 was rVan'lI. lp? 1-aily Classifiels.

LINDENSLMITT - APFEL & CO.
ANN ARBOR'S LEADING CLOTHIERS

DODGE TOURT G $98.00.
NASH SPORT $375.00
NASH TOUJRING $325.00
NA~11rT(WILING $675.00.
ANN ARBOR N ASIh CO.
A. C. Marquardt. Phone 12
521 S. Main St.
BItGPEHERLESS "8"
WONDERFUL used car bargain. Per-
fect condition. F1iine equiment.
Call 2366-W.
BUICK FOUR Tourinrg car run only
15,000 miles. Good condit ion, $'i5.
409 N. Cross or-601 N. Mich. pi
lan ti.
OVERLAND Tlouring 'car in excellent
Condition $1.00.00. Phlone 9SR
FOR SALE~ HAND PR ESS, prints
5 S . Double deck. 504 Lawrence.
TO GET THE MOST out of Michig~an
you mulst lceep your feet contentedl.
itrleemanl's popular lMocca ,, si soe
is guaranteed to give the utmost in
wear and comfort. Ask your friend
who wears a pair. The real shoe
for all year round wear., Call
Rubards or Cole at 610 Forest, for
"-'a free d c im o n stration. Phone
2474-R, leave name and address.
FOR1DS $50.00 and up. Nixons 416 So.
:Main.
FORD ROADSTER-", 1924, les3s tan 6
months old, hs original -tires, ex,-
tras including chains, spotlight,
motormeter, drumal lights, good.
:;hare, car mechanically A-1. A real
bargain, p~hone Smith, 2553-W for
demonstration.
LOST1
STONE MARtTEN CHOKER Last Fri-
day. Reward. Call 627 between 5
and 6. Irene J. Kauska.
TAU BETA UPSILON Fraternity pini,
Rew ard if returnied to 1219 Volland
Street.
'LOST Envelope with photographs
near Union Bldg. Finder please
Call I1885.
W ILL THE PERSON who tooks a
French and a' Spanish book from
the University Music House Fri.
P ?M. please return or' call 21.2,-J. ;
LOST Alplra Omricon pin. Reward
,.call 29. .
LOST Shell 'rizmmed glasses in case
on- campus or between Ihe ath Ser-I
vice and E. Ann St. C'all 707-W.
715h Ei. Ann.;.
LOST $10 bill Monday morning. Will
split wvith finder. 1537-H.
LOST Tortoise shell rimmed glasses
iii leather case Monday, Sept. 29.
Finder please call Mrs. Doane, I
H. BLAIR TOLHURST, A. C. M
Teacher, of
Piano, Banjo, and Plectral instru-J
ments. Studio at University Music
H -ouse.'t

Tchordne 1791-Al
FOR ItRENT

U 1 i.E AND SINGLE steam heat. uot
l Ct .XET PFront suite for 1men. Rea;-
sole rat es.413rrlolnpS(,,A St.
DOt)1 !LE RO(MVJS, for men. Also
roommate1 wan td.Phonie 1iz l-M.
(lAr.GW?, RPRENT (cement floor.
1319 Wlls o. St. nea.r Forest. 1716-AL
FIRISE)HOUSE Suitable for'~
Volloe cub Double living room,
suyrooms and dlormitory. 1 1-2
lot ha; from engineering arch. Phi.
TIlIRE flNICELY Fu s rnishled dtouable
ren t. 524 Forest Av. 2173-M.
FO~l EN Single or (louble groom,
one block from campus. Call 711
1l1a v (n Ave.

j 0. 1). MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade,
Them Typewriter & Stationery Store-
EQR SALE-A remarkable fountain
pen invention. Each pen, ordinary
size, carries a year's supp~ly of fine
quality ink. Examine it before you
buy. U reatest len on. the market.
We also carry the ordinary style of
jhigh grade fountain pens at prices
from $1.00 up. Room 2, 2nd floor,
711 N. IUniv.
2MANY 1.r q) , h XMg itUSE
OF 1',_WArTERMA N YMNA SI .

"Exclushoc-3ut Not Expen~sive."
209 S. MAIN ST.

Featuring

STEIN-BL OCH
Snyxrt Cloihes

M ICHAELS-STERN
Value-First Clothes

High Grade Furnishings

(Continued from Page Six)
will have separate rooms in which to
train, in the past it having been the
custom for the tryouts to exercise o-fn
the gymn floor. However, they we-re
sub~ject to disturbances by the classes
and their work was brolien ul) to a,
great extent. But this year two,
rooms over Dr. May's office have been
prepared for training purposes. Mats
have been placed in the wrestling
roomi while the boxing room boasts of
punching bags and other conven-
iences.

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FOUND
FOUND B) !lack Sheaffer fountain pen
on P'almer field. Call at 909 L.
hin vriy.
ALL OUR 1- FINEDS T1o give us a'
call1 iat our new Church St. Barber
Sh;lop. First-class work and cour-
tes;y to all.. JOE SILALTIS and ED-
W"Il) JOWEN, 607 Church.
PATROIWNIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS
ST lDENT"1 WASHING for both men
z :? vomnen. 919 Wall St. Phone
AFWupper class or graduate girls
to (,)t with small group. Phone
W'' ANTI ) GARAGE to rent, near
Ti_ip~-soln at Liberty. 306 Thomp-
son.
C(OONA TYPE WRITE RS
We have the new Corona Four, with
standard 11eybAoard, gat' $60, or Corona
Three, _vw ,ith thre-bank keyboard, at
$50. AlJso ai full line of typewriters
amd su pplies. (e, is when' you need
a ritinTg machine.
0. 1). MORR ILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade,
The Typewvriter & Stationery Store
LOOSE T LEAF .NOTE BOOKS-One-
piece cover leather; also the
cheaper grades. Call and get a
featherw eight size free of charge.
0. 1). MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade,
The Typewri-ter & Stationery Store

ER" TEN SCHIOOLS, TO OPEN
JWI'BA3U4 SEASON SATURDAY
(Continued from Page Six)
Notre Daine starts its widlespreadl
campaign with Lombard and after
meeting another minor team next
week will take on the Armiy and
Princeton onilstuccessive Saturdays inI
theEat followed by Georgia Tech,
Wisconsin and Nebraska.
Ithaca, Sept. 29.-All candidates for
cross country running on the Corl
nell track team this season have been
notified by their coach that they shall'
refrain from riding on street cars and
i automobiles.
Princeton, Sept. 29- This month
marks the passing of the hundredth
year since the triumphant visit of Lra-j
fayette to the campus of Princeton
university.
SENIORS, ATTENTION
1Sale of senior pictures starts
(.today andl will continue until
Than ksgiving. All seniors are
requested to make arrangements
with the 'Ensign and make ap-
pointnments with their photo-
grapher.

.Recpresentati-e JIBim nsily eligaged ina making cider at his hiome in Balti-
*Wzmh .gtoni, Sept. 2q.--What wille1) course of legal action against the
tha cof uncs0.CngcsunMaryland representative, hut just!
John Philip II ill's }ad-idr )rty? wha)t the course will he has not be-,ni
'shat is the- quaestion o the hour in mevealed.
Washington. R lepresentative hbill wants to know;
Roy Hlaynes, the national prolhibi-- if' it is not as fair for the city maan to
dmon comuissieiler, and deparl nent of make and drink cirl('r as for the farm-
justice- officials, have (lecided on a or. No steps have ever been taken
NOTICE IYou Can Always Get Fresh
j Wecra n 'lc - lollers for EvrOccasion
ktindls for w(,men. We d10o ly. I high [, y Merely Stepp'in g to the
Class Work; you will apprlate hav-

PRIDE IN

YOUR HOUSE is

aroused at this important season.
Flowers will add that touch of refine-
ment which is required for a distict-
wec appearance.

ing your hats cleanled and r_111oeked
in a clean, sanitary and satislactoriy
manner. Factory Hat Store, 6171
IPackard St. Where D. 17. It. stops at
Slate Street. You will always find
our ckd. on page four of th:elDaily.
$5.00. Free l ~ng3.0to
10 11. 4 p 1..
ENROLL4 O
IClass every Al onmday and F!ridlay t_7:0
' Private LessonsIaiy 10 A. M
TV to 10 P.'M.
!. 13 aTUDIOa , -
22 ~uerh Araid, Phone 21-

611 E. Univdersity

GOOD HEW .
PLOR'.,,AL 00.. o
~225 E.Libe rt- tq . - Phone 1321 r

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Aaun d-ering C lothes
te'ojperly

DR. W. S. 31ILLSj
j Osteopathic Physician
616 First National Bank Bldg.
Phone 321 F-i
Read the Want Ads,

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Every Tuesday and Thursday
Music by
KENNEV'S "SIX OF DIAMONDS"

Announcing the Opening of

The City Pastry hop

In order to, launder clothing prop -
erly, the right sort of equipment is4
necessary. But that is not all. The
laundry m.ust be run systematical-
ly, Think of. the confusion and dis-
order, and of the time lost if there

W1ith

Ph il Diamond

jgll I I I'l a

Specializing in Frechl Pastry

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.16 East Libe>rty

Phone 33 10-J

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CIGARS-A -.Smo nke to Sa tisfyey Taste.
CIGARETTEFIS---A fresh supply of all brands.
TFOBACCQS--A chiceseltion o11f blends and m;,
PIPES--Dunhill's Ka ywood c s and Mda no 's.
CANDIES Gii% t' -,,.Park and 1TI1iIW'.Etc.

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employee :must have a personal in-
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service. The VARSITY LAUN-

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DRY embodies all of these

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Tials in order that they might give
perfect satisfaction to all con-
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