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FRIDAY, OCTOB ER 9, 1925

THE MICI-11GAN , DAILY

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ILectuzres: Robert Price, '27 chair
ANIUIL POMMET mcan. 7
TH1 } ~~Freshmlan Iutiia Earl Blaser, '27,,
$PLUM L A I ECOLUM cr~lrr n ja to be assisted by Rolland~
"CLOSOESll[ P WVMII1 Dhai3ian
A3P4ADVERTJISIN'G AT 3 P.M. (Contmnucd I jt: Larry Buell, '27,
(Cniud( rra Pg ln hmrla ob assisted by David
_______Broine, Jr., '27, Stuart Ward, '271),I Fox, '26E±.
NOTCEWANEDCharles Staubach, '28, Williamu Nally I Debt: Theodore Maynard, '27, chair-
NTC!WATD '28. iluan.
T~n I1U l., c T mtor Uhncii 'T.I, l, ~imi I i aL ) avid. LCn. V i.' I

PACE SEVEN

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TRJNWK EYSO Expert hair bobbing, mnarcelling,
manicuring, face and scalp treat-j
ment.
RAIN WATER SH:AMPOO
1110 S. University Ave. D~ial 5535

TENOR Soloist wanted for church
work. 312 South Division St. Dial
S6328.
1WANTED- Family and Student wash-
ings. Will call for and deliver.
IDial 4972.

BEESYL BEAUTY S1101
Over Arcade Theatre
Come and get acquainted
Youll be h niease

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WVANTi ED-Night man for garage
work. 113 N. Ashley.

711 No. U. Dial 21379 ;WANTED-Two tickets for Navy
FOR SATISFACTORY work anl game., Can use four. Call 7445. I
prompt appointment call 21410-V.! attice investment-big returns, The
Loretta. Beauty ShoPPe Cor. State D~aily Classifieds.-Adv.
B& Liberty. Open 'rliuirs<Iay eve. f
VANTE 1?--Three good double rooms
t 1ILOilli5"(x (for two persons each) for Friday

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chairman, to be assisted by Grant '27, chairman, to be assisted by Earl
Lyons, '26, John Keane, '28, Leslie! Guttenberg, '26, Kenneth Haven, '28,
Allan, '28. George Higley, '28, Harry Wood, '28.
Publicity: Charles Spencer, '26,1; Banquets: Hugh Chalmers, '27,
chairman, to be assisted by David chairman, to be assisted by William
Fox, '26E, Norman Taylor, '27, Ralph Chillman, '28.
Nelson, '28, Leonard Bretsnider, '27.' . Athletic Relations: Harold Free-I
Life Membership: Elliott Chamber-; born, '26, chairman, to be assisted byf
lain, '27, chairman, to be assisted by Harold Newman, '27.
L. W. Kramer, '28, Gabriel Rosin, '26., Standing house committees: Bil-
House: Howel Russ, '27, chairman, liards-Leon Tobin, '26E, chairman; I
to b% assisted by Stanley Kilpatrick:!f Dan ce-E. W. Hacker, '27, to be assist-
'28, William Bishop, '28, Earl Chempe,! ed by Tom Montgomery, '26; swvim-
'28, Herbert Goldb~erg, '28. ming Pool-G. F. Meads, '26D.
*Fathers' Day: William Jeffries, '27, Assistant recording secretaries:
chairman, to be, assisted by Stewart Walter Kunzel, '27 and Paul Sart
Bulman, '27, Harvey Baldwin, '27. '27.
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th uT 'OR HSA
GUY' MAIER, Pianist PALMER CRISTI.AN, {Organist'
8 P. M. WALTER DAMROSC, Conductor
Tuesday JO0H N
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C'oe. IN.i iiverslly .and 1Tl'ayer
i'S SU1ITS CLEAN El) AiND
TROUSERS 1PlESSEl), 20c
,LEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
AND ALTERING A 1SVI'ECIALTY
AILSO) LAIDIES Dl?1SSE:S AND
COATS
REASONABLE PRICES
Work Called For And Delivered
,MOTOR LIVERY. Drive any num-
1ber of people any where any time.1
Insurance on all passengers. Phone
Ypsi 844-W or see W. H-. Lathers.
~NESTLE PERMANENT Wave special'
for October $15. Bentley BeautyI
Shop, 106 E. Liberty. Phone 6373.1
,YOUR CHARACTER Analyzed. Send
'me twenty lines of your handwrit-
ing. Best vocation suggested ac-
cording to your talents. Price one
dollar. Write "The Character..Man"j
care of Michigan Daily%
HMELL GILLESPIE, Soloist andi teach-
er, thirty years experience; banjos,
mandolin, guitar and chord con-
struction. Telephone 4757.

WATCH REPAIRING
Efficient work4 at reasonable prices.
Edw. A. Clark 1121 S. Univ.
FOIL RENT-Excellent furnished
room in private home for man stu-
-dent. 504 Walnut.

and Saturday nights Nov. 13 and 14.1
Call Millier, 4618 after 7:30 P. M.
WANTED-Garage. Must be close to
Forest and Hill. Phone 3682.
STUD)ENT to sell insurance, good pay.
Daily Box No. 12.
TWO Tickets, Navy or Ohio game
Ph-;ne 6412.
STUDENT wants work for Saturdays
or afternoons. Will do anything.
Call Doerge 4418.
WANTED-Musicians; cornet, sax,
and drum. Only experienced men
needl apply. Call 4752, afternoons.1
Ask for 'Eppie'.
WANTED-Students to sell official'
megaphones at Saturday game.
Chance to make good money. Call
Prussel 8064.
FOR SALE
SALE-PIERCE ARROW-5 Passen-
ger, fully equipped, excellent me-
chanical' condition, new paint and
tiers. $500.00, one half cash. Call
7682 for dlemonstration.:
FOR SALE-Buiceks, Reos, Velies,
Fords, Dodges, from $50 to $125.
CAlbert M. Groves, Phone 7414. 332
E. Washington St.
11919 Ford touring car. Good tires.
For sale cheap. Dial 4518.
FOR SALE- Remington Portable
jtypewriters. Geo. S. Register.
Phone 4147.
WE~STERN ELECTRIC power ampli-
fer, tubes, horn,_ cabinet model.
Brand new. Exceptionally reason-
able. Call Bond 7070.
FOR SALE-Pedigreed Airedale one f
year o1ld. Leaving town will sacri-
fice. Phone 6752. 426 East Kings-
ley.
FOR SALE-Two' Indiana tickets, ad-
jacent, 50 yard line call Starks 8017,
12:00 to 1:00, 6:00 to 7:00.
FORL SALE- LARGE SIZE VICTOR
VICTROLA, GOOD AS NEW. ONE
IUNDRED RECORDS. CHEAP FOR
ICASH. ADDRESS, BOX 230, ANN
ARBOR, OR CALL 751-F33 BE-

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SuitanObrca
No/v
Get the Full Season's Wear
and Enj oyme nt-the
Ten-Pay Plan
will simplify the detail of paying for you,- if you ,would like
to take advantage of this new charge service.
Read the Price Schedule

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$40.00 SOCIETY BRAND SUITS
You pay $10.00 when purchased
$45.00 SOCIETY BRAND SUITS
You pay $10.00 when purchased
$50.00 SOCIETY BRAND SUITS
You pay $10.00) when puirchased
$55.00 SOCIETY BRAND SUITS
You pay $10.00 when purchased
$60.00 SOCIETY BRAND SUITS
You pay $10.00) when purchased

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OVERCOATS
$.00 weekly
OVERCOATS
$M504)weekly
OVERCOATS
$4.00 weekly
OVERCOATS
$4:z0 weekly
OVERCOATS
$5.00 weekly

8~ gP. M. OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Conductor
DEo O I 8 P. M. Belgian Baritone
Tuesday AL T L
JAN.
8 P. M. Pianist
MAR . t o # M Ho .1
OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Piano Soloist
8 P. M. VICTOR KOLAR, Conducting
Saturday E RNE S TIN E
No aSchumink-
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EDWIN SCHNF~lFR.Pinit

IBRING your Ford troubles to Tri-
angle garage 222 Detroit St. I
FOR RENT
~FOR RENT-Single room with sleep-
ngporch. Very desirable. Phone
~I6668. 1016 Church St.
UFOR RENT-Attractive completely
equipped lightlhotsekeeping apart-
Iment with kitchenette and private
bath. Half block from campus.
~,Rent reasonable. Call 609 East Wil-
~liams St.i
I'SIX ROOM Furnished house. 522 Elie
i a " aoazl5
y dent.. 509 Walnut.
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No Added Cost for Plan Service-
Plan and Cash Prices Are the Same

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Wadhams &Co.
Corner 1ain and Washington
Copyright, 1925, Alfred Decker & Colin

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tLOST-Light tan sweater, horfolk
back Wednesday morning en route
j from Burns Park on Baldwin, Wash-
tenaw, East U. to campus. Reward.
:Telephone 22449 evenings only. I
LOST-Dark grey topcoat. Gone
from Room 204 U. Hall Monday
morning between 10 and 12. Finder
please call 8429 after 7 P. M. Re-
ward.

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blindding"
but aprze!
"Bring me home a fountain
pen, Joe," Malcolm called from
the upper dorm. Joe did. If
you want to know how Mac
likes it, get a Wahl Pen for
yourself. Be as choosy as you
like, or send a friend and take
a bold "blind drag"--any Wahl
you get will prove it's vastly
better than anything you ever
used to sign an I. o. U.

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O 17. IVI. An prn Two ,Acts-Donizetti
WILLIAM WADE I-N$HAW OPERA COMPANY
'WILLARD LEKTBE RG, Musical Director THIOMAS Mc(C RANAIIAN, 'tenor
HAZEL HUNTINGTON, Soprano f/ LEO D)E HIE11APOLIS, Baritone,
ELEANOR LA )MANCE, Mezzo-Contralto FRAINCIS TYLER, Basso

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IIJAMES LIETEY, First Violin
I 'IfA S IV. PETRF, Second Violin

H1. WA Ll)O IARNIE{',I, Viola
t C. VA IL WIC K E VANS, ViolontcelloMa

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like Joe brought

F. MELIUS CHRISTIANSEN, Conductor
Mail Orders for Tickets Will Be Filed and Filled in Order
of Receipt,

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Choral Union Series $5.00, $5.50, $6.00 and $7.00 Each

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