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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CLOSES CLOSES
AT3 PISADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
FOR SALE TROJANOWSKI BEAUTY SHOP
Expert hair bobbing, marcelling,
FOR SALE-Ford touring 1919. Ex- manicuring, face and scalp treat-
cellent condition. Call Furnas, 5082 ment.
or University 229. RAIN WATER SHAMPOO
1110 S. University- Ave. Dial 5535
FOR SALE-Clarinet in good condi-
tion. Phone 9428. TWO YOUNG ladies wish two singles;
or one double room. Private home,
FORD Touring 1923 cheap. In good Preferably in Southeast section.
condition. Phone 22355 or call at Must be desirable. Phone 5982. I
1101 W. Liberty after 5 P. M.r

NESTLE PERMANENT Wave special LOST or taken by mistake by some
for October $15. Bentley Beauty one in Rm 340 '1( Engineering
Shop, 106 E. Liberty. Phone 6373. Bldg. Monday Oct. 5, 1925, light tan
,IIze a6 or 37. Please call 21684 for
FOUTAN PEN SERVICE reward.

Our service is your- saving.

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brands consist of those that give
you the best service for the least
money. Expert fitting is our spec-
iality. We wiIll give you nnequalled
repair service on any make of pen
Sandservice any pen we sell.
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State St.

LOST-Wrist watch on way to or at
Granger's Sat. evening. Return to
1052 Baldwin or call 4318. Reward.
BROWN COIN PURSE between 621
Church St. and Angell Hall. The
name Mrs. C. A. Carey engraved on
purse. Reward. Dial 7037.

SALE-PIERCE ARROW--5 Passen-
ger, fully equipped, excellent me-
chanical condition, new paint and
tiers. $500.00, one half cash. Call
7682 for demonstration.'

IEESYL E BEAUT'.Y 5H-P0'
Over Arcade Theatre
Come and get acquainted
You'll be pleased
711 No. U. Dial 21379
FOUNTAIN PENS
Look ever our line of fountain pens.
See the new Dunkley pen, fill with
water and writli real ink. Tried out
and not found wanting. Also Water-
man andI Edison pens. S. A. Moran,
711 N. Univ. 2nd floor.j

FOUNTAIN PEN INSURANCE
I found a pen this morning and if 'it LOST-Tuesday afternoon, a half
I ad hat wn's nrmeg ond i liet circle pin of pearls. Generous re-
had 'had the owner's name on it he wr al69
would surely get it. We engrave ward. Call 6895.
I your name on your pen for 25c.
This is good insurance. LOST-Around State St. Platinum
Rider's brooch, 11-2 in. long filigree work,
302 State St. diamond in center. Call 8321 or re-
turn to 829 Tappan. Reward.
FOR REST Chemistry Bldg. Reward for re-
-. turn to Harold M. Timerman, 220 S.
FOR RENT-One five and one six! Ingalls, Phone 6978.
room modern apartment between
campus and down town, Newly FOUND
decorated and in excelleit location.
Rent very reasonable. Owned by FOUND-Purse containing small sum
faculty member. Phone 8081. 1 of money. Owner may have same
FOi'cyp t by identifying and paying for this

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FOR SALE--New Corona Four type-
wrtier in perfect condition. Reason-
able. Phone 22133 evenings.
OAK MORRIS chair $5.50. 711 Grang-
r.
1922 FORD TOURING All new tires
starter, demountable rims etc. Per-
feet condition mechanically. Car
owned 'by mechanic. $75.00.. Call
9588.
WESTERN ELECTRIC power ampli-
fier, tubes, horn, cabinet model.
Brand new. Exceptionally reason-
able. Call Bond 7070.
FOR SALE-1923 Tudor fine condi-
tion. New rear end, very cheap. El-
lis Dial 3357.

PRINTING
We have excellent new equipment for
doing letter work. New type hand
set by skilled labor will insure a
satisfactory and pleasing job. 4
0. D. MORRILL}
17 Nickels Arcade
The Stationery & Typewriter Store
TYPEWRITERS
L. C.' Smith, Remington, Royal, Under-
wood, Corona and portables, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned and re-
paired. The largest and best stock
in Ann Arbor at considerate prices.
0. D. MOIIRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
Dealer: L. C. Smith and Corona type-
writers
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
TYPEWRITER REPAIRING
The best equipped shop in the city,
backed by eighteen years experi-
ence.

FOR SALE-Ford touring 1919.
cellent condition. New tires.
Furnas 5082 or University 229.

Ex-
Call

FOR SALE-Tuxedo, size 38, excellent
condition, call Dresbach at 5017.
WANTEDI
TENOR Soloist wanted for church
work. 312 South Division St. Dial
6328.
WANTED-Hustler for local sales
work. Call Ypsilanti 1040-M be-
tween 7 and 9 P. M.
FIRST year medic wanted for room-
mnate.. 110 N. Thayer. Dial 21815.
WANTED-An experienced shoe sales-!
nan at Dietzel's Shoe Store, 117 E.
Washington.
WANTED-Position in sorority or
fraternity, by an experienced cook
(white) reference can be furnished.
Dtial 5993.
WANTED - Studeht and Family
washings. Dial 8794.
F !ST CLASS Cook desires position.
<'raternity preferred. Address Daily
Box 7.
WANTED-Lit student to read for
student with weak eyes, a few
hours a week.'

LIU nMIN-ieW u1e, east soui
and west windows. Also double
room and garage. Steam heat. 422
East Washington. Dial 8544.
MUJSIC
E1WIWA FISCHER CROSS
Teacher of Piano and Pipe Organ.
formerly on faculty at School of
Music and pupil of Leachitizky,
Vienna. Studio 610 E. Liberty St.
Apt. 8. Phone 3566.
LOST
LOST-One bracelet. Four strands of
pearls, silver clasp, generous re-
ward to finder. Lost in the vicinity
of Granger academy. Box No. 8.
LAST Evening between library and
East Washington a Conklin pen.
Please call Jean Black 22259.
[OST-Shell-rimmed glasses, cableI
bows on S. University. Finder
please call 9817.
LOST-In section "D" at M. S. C.
game a pocketbook containing $80
to $90. Name and address inside.
Finder please return and receive re-
ward.
LOST-Friday, silver and amethyst
earring. Forest Ave. or Forest
Court. Phone 7959. Reward'
LOST-Man's topcoat sometime last
week. If found call 8792. Reward.
LOST-Pair of turtle shell glasses{
between corner of State and Wash-
ington. Reward. Phone 3409. Dan
Cohen.

ad. Call 6967.
FOUND-Money, small sum near
Ferry field early in week. Box No.
9 Daily.
TAILORING
Students Tailoring Phone 8040
Cor. N. University and Thayer
MEN'S 'SUITS CLEANED AND
PRESSED, $1.25
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20C
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY
also
LADIES FURS, DRESSES AND
COATS
REASONAILE PRICES
FOR NEXT SUMMER
How Are You Going to Earn Next
Year's College Expenses?
The scores of college men who
earned their 1925-26 college expenses
by representing GOOD HOUSEKEEPI
ING and COSMOPOLITAN magazines
last summer are "all set" to go out
next summer and repeat their phe-
nomenal success of 1925, with indi-
vidual earnings as high as $1,000 for
eleven weeks' work.
Although a representative of our
Scholarship Department will be at
your college later in the summer, ad-
vance applications for the next sum-
mer are now being considered; as due
to the phenomenal success of our
college campaign during its first sum-
mer, the publishers plan to increase
the scope of the 1926 summer cam-
paign by employing three times as
many student salesmen and team
captains as were employed last sum-
mer - covering the entire United
States. Address applications to
A[R. ARTHUR ZORN
Manager Scholarship- Department
Interulaional Magazine Company
119 West 40th Street
New York City

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0. 1). NORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
Typewriter & Stationery

The

Store

FOUNTAIN PENS
Over 500 Waterman, Conklin, Sheaffer,
Eversharp, Swan, LeBouef, Parker,
Holland and others from which to
make a selection. Price $1.50 up.
All.goad standard nationally ad-
vertised makes.
0. 1). MORRIL
17 Nickels Arcade
The Iypewriter & Stationery Store
MiD U1OKIAPIIING & TYPEWRITING
Work done by experienced operators
at moderate rates in. our own shop.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
TYPEWRITERS
Several makes to choose from. For
sale or rent. Good bargains for
good machines. S. A. Moran, 711 N.
Univ., 2nd floor.
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LOST-Friday, barrel
pen, black, red rings.
Jean Black, 22259.

of fountain
Please call

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FOR SALE--1924 Ford Touring $125 1
A-1 shape.
NOTICE
FOUNTAIN PEN INK.
Our special Government Record ink
when set is water-proor. No fear'
Qf its smearing when touched with
a moist finger or being completely
erased if your note book should get,
wet. It has a fine color and flowsj
well. A word to the wise is suflic-I
lent.
Rider's Pen Shop{

ANDERSON BEAUTY SHOP
Specializing in expert treatment of
scalp and face, rest facial renew
the most worn faces. Hair tinting
and dyeing given special attention.
Appointments evenings. 20 years
experience. Dial 3059. 527 E. Lib-
erty.

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NOTICE
prices for

We pay best
clothing.

men's used
N. Univer-

Dial 8040
Students Tailoring. Cor.
sity and Thayer.

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Rnemember:
You can't enjoy the games
unless you are well protect-
ed from the chilly weather.
Come in and see our new
overcoats in the Stadium,
Dunhill and Mode models.
They are exceptionally long,
wide shoulders and snug at
the hips, in double and
single breasted. The prices,
$35 and $46.50.
Our Fall Suits are selling
fast--This proves that our
merchandise is right.

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Leoture
Coursew'
41111t101 w
Ten DistingUished Speakers
41kD AMUNDSEN, Arctic and Antarctic
explorer, discoverer of the South Pole,
will open the course October 24.
L AURENCE DIRIGGS, Founder and President
of the American Flying Club, will speak
October 27.
LFRED NOYES, famous English' poet, will
present an interesting program, Novem-
ber 5.
ILLIAM N. HASKELL, head of Ameri-
can Relief Administration in Russia,
will lecture November 24.
P RINCESS CANTACUZENE, grand-daughter
of General Grant, gifted writer and lec-
turer, will be here December 8.
ALEXANDER WOOLCOTT, dramatic editor
of the New York Sun, lectures Janu-
ary 22.
PARKES CADMAN, noted Preacher-Lectur-
er, head of Federation of Churches, comes
on February 2.
H ARLOW SHAPLEY, scientist author,
Director of Harvard Observatory, lectures
February 11.
PHIDELAH RICE, celebrated reader of
i drama, will be here February 18.
A DDITIONAL number to be announced
within a few days.
Course Tickets Available by
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