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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 19-5

CT 812__.__ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

OSLUML COLN Way Of 'Hearig' With Akd Of Raio
CLCOES $
AT 3 PM ADVER 'ISING AT 3 p leing" may be restored to the faint vibrations which his nerves
do iiit exueriments which are now translates into sound.

1il e praatice he believes lie willnable
ato interpret anything recorded on the

_, NOTICE
TROJANOWSKI BEAUTY SHOP
Expert hair bobbing, marcelling,
manicuring, face and scalp treat-,
ment.
RAIN WATER SHAMPOO r
1110 S. University Ave. Dial 5535

FOIL RENT
DRIVE My Ford sedan home for week-
ends Friday night to Monday morn-'
ing $10.00. other days $5.00 straight.
Hfodgman 4094.
FOR RENT-Excellent furnished
room in private home for man stu-
dent. 504 Walnut.;
FOR SALE;

BEESYL BEAUTY SHOP
(lvnr Arnarln R'hnarrn

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UverArcae reat
Come and get acquainted
You'll be pleased
711 No. U. Dial 21379f
v FOR SATISFACTORY work and
prompt appointment call 21410-V.
Loretta Beauty Shoppe Cor. State
& Liberty. Open Thursday eve. {
TAILORINGI
Students Tailoring Phone 80401
Cor. N. University aid T'layer
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED AND
PRESSEI), $125
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20c
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING1
AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AND

SALE-PIERCE ARROW-5 Passen-;
ger, fully equipped, excellents me-
chanical condition, new paint and
tiers. $500.00, one half cash. Call
7682 for demonstration.
FOR SALE-Buicks, Reos, Velies,
Fords, Dodges, from $50 to $125.
Albert M. Groves, Phone 7414. 332
E. Washington St.

cniderway in Chicago prove success-
ful.
With the assistance of Cyrena Van
Gordon, prima donna mezzo-contraltoa
of the Chicago Civic Opera company,
such an experiment is being perform-
ed on Leroy Henderson, a Chicago
deaf youth, who makes his fingers in- I
stead of his ears serve in conveying
the sense of sound. Sandpapering the
tips of his fingers, he holds them on
the radio receiving instrument, and
by this nieans is able to sense the
I I
Qj;aranteed Sox
Six Pairs Six Months
No Darning
In Black, Cordivan and Grey
Boxed One-half rDoz.

"heard" t ia4/ hr1n.
Young Henderson first "heard" Miss_ _
Van Gordon sing by placing his Ping- M SICK, Oct. 7.-Oscar C. Adams,
ers on her throat. Since then, the 74 years old, serving his second term
radio tests have proved successful. as president of th village, died yes-
The deaf lad is now able to rec- terday following a long ilness.
SAY IT WITH
'U .

REASONABLE PRICES
OJNTAIN PEN INK
Our special Government Record ink
I ~when set is water-proor. No fear
of 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 flows
well. A word to the wise is sufic-
lent.
Rider's Pen Shop
MOTOR LIVERY. Drive any num-
ber of people any where any time.
Insurance on all passengers. Phone
Ypsi 844-W or see W. H. Lathers-.
NESTLE PERMANENT Wave special
for October $15. Bentley Beauty
4 Shop, 106 E. Liberty. Phone 6373.
YOUR CHARACTER Analyzed. Send
Sme twenty lines of your handwrit-
ing. Best vocation suggested ac-
cording to your talents. Price one
t dollar. Write "The Character Man"'
care of Michigan Daily.
FOUNTAIN PEN SERVICE
Our service is your saving. Our
brands consist of those that give
you the best service for the least
money. Expert fitting is our spec-
iality. We will give you unequalled
repair service on any make of pen
and service any pen we sell.
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State St.
LOST
LOST-In section "D" at M. S. C.
A game a pocketbook containing $80
to $90. Name and address inside.
F'nder please return and receive re-
ward.
OST-Friday, silver and amethyst
Court. Phone 7959. Reward.
LOST-Man's topcoat sometime last
week. If found call 8792. Reward.
LOST-Pocketbook containing small
sum of money. Finder please call
3218 or answer Box 11, Daily Office.
Reward.
R LOST-Dark grey topcoat. Gone
from Room 204 U. Hall Monday
morning between 10 and 12. Finder
4 please call 8429 after 7 P. M. Re-
ward.
LOST-Light tan sweater, norfolk
back Wednesday morning en route
from Burns Park on Baldwin, Wash-
tenaw, East U. to campus. Reward.
Telephone 22449 evenings only.
LOST-Keys on Cadillac key ring
around Church St. and S. University.
Finder will receive reward. Call
9474.
LOST-Small oval pin, enameled,
Tuesday afternoon. Valued as last
gift of a relative. Finder please
call Dial 9548. Reward.
BROWN COIN PURSE between 621
Church St. and Angell Hall. The
name Mrs. C. A. Carey' engraved on
t ~ purse. Reward. Dial 7037.
LOST-Boston bull pup, female, with
harness and 1924 license. Reward
Remington D52 Lawyers club.
WANTED
TENOR Soloist wanted for church
work. 312 South Division St. Dial
I WANTED-Family and Student wash-

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7I

1922 FORD TOURING All new tires
starter, demountable rims etc. Per-
feet condition mechanically. Chr
owned by mechanic. $75.00. Call
9588.
FORD ROADSTER-Just overhauled1
fine mechanical condition. Speciall
speed device. New paint. Will ac-
cept time payments. Call Williams
evenings 22282.
FOR SALE-1924 Ford Touring $125
A-i shape.

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$ 1per ,box
GET YOURS TODAY

j

1919 Ford touring car. Good tires.
For sale cheap. Dial 4518.
FOR SALE-Tuxedo, size 38, excellent
condition, call Dresbach at 5017.
FOR SALE - Remington Portable
typewriters. Geo. S. Register.
Phone 4147.
WESTERN ELECTRIC power ampli-
fier, tubes, horn, cabinet model.
Brand new. Exceptionally reason-
able. Call Bond 7070.
FOUNTAIN PEN INSURANCj
I found a pen }this morning and if it
had had the owner's name on it he
would surely get it. We engrave
your name on your pen for 25c.
This is good insurance.
Rider's
302 State St.

Next Door to Wuerth Theater
Downtown

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MAIL ORDERS
FOR
LECTURE
COURSE
TICKETS
MUST BE
NMIED
BY
SATURDAY, OCT. 10

The Republican majority is planning to checkmate any attempts
"Young Bob" Lafollette may make to capture the power his father had in
the upper house.
-I--
th qey ytyi 4T
K h:,5. we6K6

TEXT

UNIVERSITY
BOOK STORE

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Give me a pipe

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Touchdown"

P. Ao!

For the particular men.
on the Campus

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Are featured.
They are the
patterns.

Come in and get "LINED UP" on these models, men.
highest class University Type clothes-exclusive styling and

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ings. Will call for and deliver.
Dial 4972.
NAVY AND OHIO STATE Tickets.
Alpha Tau Omega. 5917.
WANTED-Night man for garage
work. 113 N. Ashley.
WANTED-Two tickets for Navy
game. Can use four. Call 7445.
I dttle investment-big returs, The
Daily Classifieds.-Adv.

Mallory Hats
$5, $6, $7
The "Aristocrat" is the snappiest
hat on the campus today. This and
other Mallory Hats are featured at the
Campus Clothes Shop.

Tuxedos
$40, $45
We feature the "Braeburn" ultra
fashion Tuxedos. Semi and extreme
English cuts. Come in and try them
on.

WHEN Comp. Lit. and Physics 3-3 are crowd-
ing for attention; when I've just received an
over-cut notice from the Dean; when my allow-
ance is a mohtl off and the.stub of my check-
book confesses a balance of $9.32, give me a
pipe and Prince Albert. *I want to be happy!
Trouble's a bubble, they say. And I can
prove it . . . with my jimmy-pipe and P. A.
Just never was a friend like Prince Albert. Cool
and sweet and soothing, P. A.'s true-blue smoke
zooms'up the stem, knQckiIg troubles for a row
of test-tubes.
Never a tongue-bite or throat-parch. Just
cool contentment, no matter how hard you hit
it up. Give toe a grate fire to chase the chill of
winter nights, an easy chair and my jimmy-pipe
packed with P. A. Nearby, a tidy red tin for
frequent refills. I know, Brother, I know!
IRINGE ABER
--no other tobacco is like it!

Campus

Clothes

WANTED-Three good double rooms
(for two persons each) for Friday
and Saturday nights Nov. 13 and 14.!
Call Miller, 4618 after 7:30 P. M.
Read the Want AdsI

hop
Phone 6338

.

",ONE MAN TELLS ANOTHER"

I 604 East Liberty

® 1925 R. .J. Reynolds Tobace.
company, Winston-Salem. N. C.

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