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WEDNtSDAY,

OCTOBER 1, 1924.

THE MICH-IGAN DAILY

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MISCELLANEOUS I ta rlIt ns ctm pus cross coun ry rac c. Mr. Sl-
___________________________________________li van will gve the se mecn his p)ron,
-.T" R.W S 11L al attention, trssg the proper
C I -A S COLUMN Osteopath. ic Ps. cia 'Today il e the fast day o e i- ifthodis o . ain n g and sw niin g COE re n taalcm u enstu---
CLSE 616 Oisteopaticn hylcan g naments to br1ing their entieis to te ]IV!os(oW Idaho,. Sept. 29.----arl
A 8 ~ADVERTISING AT 3 Paw I Phone 321+-i nrmrlofc.Teshdl ilbidsn
Intrmura olfce Te scedul xvii Parsocbildhood, ei loo, and
TYPEWRTERSbe drawn up tonight and wii1)e ill, Victor Addingtn, cripled by ai 1e-
tomorrows Daiy. formed foot, left this ple e last ceek
TOR SAILE FOR RENT onahkIhtwlltk hmaon
IFOR SALE Remiingt n Portalle Fraternity entries ii pedall t, hie rdrs ttE, United States, a
BRAND, NEW SET Encyclopaedia FURIVIEDI OU.)SE Suitable for Typewriters. Time payments if dc- close at 3 o'clock today. Schedules dstance of 12000 miles.
Brittaninica' for sale reasonable. C ('oiee c liii. lDoubie, living room, jsied~. (Geo. Register, 604 Ei Mai- will be drawn ad( mailed fromi this ______________
inquire at.Slater's Book Store. j studyi rooms andl dormitory. 1 1-2 j i ~~ office tomorrow afternoon. Grames i 1 ,1) t, fi:F1
.. bocks from engineering arch. Ph. _____ will start Monday afternoon. 1I~Tl iI~A' AL
to CK 'FO'UR Touring car run only! ;3 , 1.) - T.
15,000, miles. Good condition, $5. I Patronize Daly Advertsers.-Adv. Etries; are now open for the all-
409 N. Cross or 601 N. Mich. Ypsi- T I 'I N1P l Furnished double I__________________________________________17
Tanta. ooi s, single 1bed, ieasonable - _
__ _ _ _ _ _ _- tit. 524 F orest Av.,2473-M. r .. - - - -
and
Condition $100.00. Phone 1998-11., FOR RINT Single or double room, I
. THE ---- ~block fromi campus. Call 711 YuS rly W lTAJrmnhi, OT oto Aihg1 1p~cvnl/I
TO GETTE OT u oAve. an VVI ii u orm ns1'
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Tod'ay.

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you nuist keep your ljelconCJ1tented.
Frcema n's popuar MO ccasin shoe ROOtMS Steai heat. Also room nnate
is guaranteed to give thec utmost in \Vaiit ,d. Phone 119P-M. 422 E.
wear and comifort. Ask your friend Wariington.
wvho wears a pair. The real shoe FR14E 'Tolresisadsn
for, all year. round wear. Call'~RN w aresisadsn
lichards or- Cole at 610 Forest, for gle or (louble room, shower, one
Ho -k to (Slinlius. Reasonable. 632,
a free, d e ?.a n stratiQfl. Phone (huo StAsfrBalet r
287S-It; leave name and adldress. lu 1StAsfo Balet r
FRDiIS $50.00 and up. Nix>ons 416 too .it) 1Y 1E Secures a. $4.50 or
Main. I $'5.0double room this week.Al

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Plarvel ati Them
You will marvel at the appreciated
simplicity back of each portrait pro-
duced by Rentschler. Simplicity is
-one of the many admirable features

and want a suit of
rcmarkable value
and workmanship,
come around andl
see us.
$45 Suits Tailored in Our Ownt
Shop Are Our Specialty. I
Albert GansleI
115 South Main St.
Over Walk-Over Store j
Read the Want Ads,

FORD ROADSTA'.1R, 1924, less than6
months old, has original tires, cx-:
tr as including chains, spotlighit,
mnotornmeter, (druml . lights, good l
spare, car mechanically A-i. A real
bargain, phone Smith, 2553-W for
demonstration.1
FORD TrOURING in good conition.
5 tires, other extras, only. $60.00
Call up 1247-M after 4 'clock.
1 o.R SAL4E Sixteen foot canoe xwith
complete equipmient. Good condli-
tion. Call V n Antwerp at 3568-3
or leave number.I
LOST
TAU BE~TA UPSILON Fraternity pin,
Reward if returned to 1219 Voila-mI
Street.
LOST Alpha Omricon pin. Reward
call 2949.
LOST Tortoise shell rimmed glasses
' in leather case Monday, Sept. 29.
Finder please call Mrs. Doane,
S1359x9.

new furniture. Steam heat.
and(1coldi water. 2 blocksf
('alaips. 3387 Thompson St.

Hot
fromi

S, El i' ir! L Warm well lighted coin-j
1'crtahle0 ooms and lsuites. 'With
best of furaishings, at $3.50 for each
man. fine block from campus at
611. Shurch St.
WVA TEI) -
STUDjlENT . W\ASING for '"both 1men
aNdvomen. 919 Wall St. Phone
,h191-M
A FEW upper~ class or graduate girls
to eat with small gr'oup. Phone
2K *lS -R
NVAN .TEI GARAGE to rent, near
Thompson at Liberty. 306 Thomp-
5 SAlA JSM~EN to work part time goodj
Icommission. Phone 63, Madsen.

about really fine portraiture.
Essential to better portrait crafts-
manship, simplicity cannot be over-
looked. In comparing portraits you
must see and look for this feature.
Rentschler methods are simple and
certain. They gain you all you can
hope for in portraiture, and get you
what you rightly demand in ti portrait.

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For your approval
there is a display of
wvorn grey portraits
now in our display
case. Don't fail to
see them today.

Portrait Photographer

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Studio; 319 E. Huron

Phone: 961-MV

New Brurkswick Hit By MARION HAKRIhS
coxupled. with
HEAR.IT TODAY
16 E. iberty St" 110 E. Washin tom St

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,A DIES RED CONKLIN Fountain
F' pen with gold band. Probably near
East Entrance of New Lit. Bldg;..
Sat i1 A. M. Tues. or betwveen Lit.
Bldg and 715 E. Ann St. Call 'J.j
Lever 707-W.
F ~FOUNTAIN PE)A*s
I3UY AFOU~NTAIN PEN MADEI
..t ANN ARBOR
~Rider Masterpen now oni sale in1
Rioter's Pen Shop, 302 State Street.
.ask those who have them. They will
tell you why it 'is a superior .student
pen and you can not afford to over- #
look the wonderful service you get
from the maker himself.{
Fountt lin fens of the better national
known makes including Waterman,
Conjilin, Sheaffer, Parker, LeBocuff',
Priced $2.50 up. If you write, we
have it.
0. D. MORRILL,l
17 Nickels' Arcade,j
T~he Typewriter & Stationery Store
11tSALE-A remarkable fountain
pen invention. Each pen, ordinary
-iecarries a year's supply of fine
quality ink. Examine it before you
quy. Greatest pen on the mnarket I
We also carry the ordinary style of I
,high grade fountain pens at prices j
from, $1.00 up. Room 2, 2nd floor,
711 N. Univ.-
I£. BLAIR 'TOLHURST, A. C. M.
Teachiei'of
P1010,.lBanjo, and Plectral instru-
1nW1its. Studio at University llasi cI
1Iouse-
LE SSONS FREE with stringed In-
struments. Come in and let us ex-
plain. University Music hlouse.
MELL GILLESPIE, Mandolin, guitar,
Banjos and chord construction.
Teiphione 1791-M.
E.' N. B3ILBIE of thle Detroit Conser-
vatory of Music, teacher oif Violin,
Piano, Studio 307 N. Main St. Phone
61-M."~

\'1A ~iI)Excepitionially lar'ge nman's
(' Lair. Must he heavily upholsteredI
in leather. Phone 2121-J today. _
WAN T ED)STUDE±NTS ;: and fanmily _
urihii~v'Telephone 2<473-M.
1\.,W1TEl Women, "three to demon-
s'ate to housewvives. Salairay or
commnission. Eai'nings $50 to $150j
weekly. Our representative will be
ill Ann Arbor onlly three hours.
!? ajit J. Martyn, general delivery,1
yorhome and business address!
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WANT 'T~i)MaIVi, (dependable,. for this
vicinity. Sa)lary of conmmisson. E~x-
elusive terr'itoiry. Earnings $100 to
$300 weekly. Our re-presentative
will be in Ann Arbor only thiree
hours. Mail J. Martyn, general de-
I ivery, youi' 1o(me and business
phone andi address for interviewv.
FOUJNTAIN LPENS
RhIER'S PEON SH-OP, 302 S. State.
Street. Pen Specialists. The largest
stock of selected pens, all leading,
makes inicling the famous RIDER
-.ios J11do.l .lnoi i noji-u0AXn 'cods
M.ASTiER PEN all serviced on the
vice b~y the only pen makers in Ann
Arb or1.

in the
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An Unexcelled Fountain Service
Candies Boxed Fresh Daily
We Pack, Wrap and Mail

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jClothing, lasts longer

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and then.,

Dry clean-

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Phones
165-3238

ing once a month by

4' We are He

:adquarters for

White
serves

Swan

pre-

packets

the

fabrics-,

$lue de Leather Jackets in brown, gray and tan are very popular this fall. Everyone is
wearing them, the ladies as well as the men. We have a large assortment of high grade
leather jackets in Reindeer, Napa, Horsehide, Colt and Sheepskin-and our prices are as
popular as the jackets. Priced from $9.75 up.
O"ER"' SLICKER COATS
Cravenettes, 'topcoats and Reefers
BLANKELTS
Auto Robes, and Steamer Rugs

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Prices. are reasonable
White Swan

Wool Shirts, Heavy Plaids, Corduroy and Outing Shirts.
Hiking Shoes, High-Top Moccasin Packs, Puttees, etc.
Breeches in large assortment, Over-Alls and Cover-Ails for shop use,
Alarm Clocks, Hunting Knives, Axes, French Mirrors, Grids, Stoves, and in
fact many needs for the college man.
It will pay you to walk a few blocks

When You Think of
Think of Us. We can
give you ' the utmost
satisfaction in any kind
of insurance. Just tel
us your needs and we
can advise you the

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