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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

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AT3 A.C A DVERTISING AT 3 PI M,

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NOTICE
TROJANOWSKI BEAUTY SHOP
ENpert hair bobbing, inarcelling,
wanicurinrg, face and scalp trieat-
SRAIN WATER SIJAMP]"0
1110 S. University Ave. Dial 551,5
I!E18SYL I3EAUTY S0
Over Arcade Thleatre!
'Come, and get accluaaiutcd
You'll be pleased
?11 No. U. Dial 21379
FOR SATISFACTORY work andl
prompt appointment call 214 10-V.
Loretta Beauty' Shoppe Cor. State(
SLiberty. Open 'Thursday eve.
TAILORING
Students T~ailorig Phonle S0101
('or. iN. University and Thalyer 1
MEN'S SITS CLEANED) AND
CLEANING, PRES SING, REPAIRING!
AND ALTERING A SPECIIAX
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AND
COATS
REASONABLE PRICES 1
Work (Celle(], For An4 D Jelivered
- NOTICE
We pay best prices for men's used1
clothing. Dial 8040.
Students' Tailoring
Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
Our special Government Record ink
when set is water-proof. 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 tae wise is suffic-
ient.
Rider's Pen Shop

TA'NTED
STUDENT to sell insurance, good pay.
.f ,ily Box No. 12.
:? --5 I S~uden ts to sell arm 1ls'; s
aLwiscon;:-ingam, ichiga 1. ai')-
ner ids1 1] illv \Vtols at 13240 W \i lmot
Phone 9568.
TENOR Soloist waitd( for church
work. 312 South Division St. Dial
6:'2S.

Ji i'SIc,
Teacher of Piano and PI' e Organj,
rm-rerly o-n faculty at (A.,ool of
} sc nI p p l o e c ii k.Our L ine of E ngraved
Xmas Cards
II bke Are Here
"x Ik; an early selection
id I ' I 'a-c Niras
r 01cstion"
AP)L IEDAT
2 .? N ( I1Areaide
"Thle ShoP forUnique Gifts" '

Viennai. Studio 610 E. Liberty St.
Ar~t. 8. Phone 3566. Irig am hsOS
r CIIROPODIST AND
Read te Wan 74)7 ORTHIOPEDISTj
k - i i Wan Ads iI)N. CUniversity Ave. Phone 21212
EFrog, Chicken alid Steak Dinners =
...1
_ ~Served at-
BOULEVARD INN
#Tro ;bloclhs frcm ; v b.,, US line on Jackson Road, w
fromn noon till midnight.
== apt,(-tl attenTtion given to pa rtles. Phone 65 4.

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We May Well Be Proud
of the Service, We 'Offer

The Arcade Barber Shop,
6 NICKELS ARCADE

T~WO)'iki~ Navy or Ohio gaemeo
lihone 6112.°

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STUJDEN'1' wants workf
or afterntoons. Will
Call Doerge 4418.

for Sat urdays;
do aflli

St. Andrew s
Cornar division

-~ iA.VL
Episcopal Church
and Catrine Str!s

INEW AND NIFTY

New Union Head
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nichigan Stationery

Dr. Kirsopp

LWe~

of the
Michi-an School of Religion
will preach on
"~THE SCHOOL OF LIFE"

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W 'A HJJ 9) _UNIVERSITY
1' BOOK STORE

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ANNOUNCEMENT

After you've eaten Sunday
dinner here you'll admit

Y ou~ Can

Now Rent

a Closed Car

that

:SCHAEBERLE & Son. 1110 S. Main
St. The popular place for all kinds
ofmusical instruments. It pays to
trade here.
MOTOR LIVERY. Drive any num-
bur of people any where any time.
Insurance on all passengers. Phone
~Ypsi 844-W or see W. H. Lathers.
' FOUNTAIN PEN SERVICE
Our~ service is your sa'ving. Our
brands consist of those that give
you the best service for the least
money. Expert fitting is our spec-
ilty. 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.
ttESTLE PERMANENT Wave special
for October $15.-- Bentley Beauty
: lhop, 106 F. :Liberty. Phone 6373.
FO TICE-Three passengers wanted
to Wisconsin or Illinois games.
SRound trip. Call Webster 22419
after 8 P. M.
MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
er, thirty years experience; banjos,
Smandolin, guitar, and chord con-
struction. Telephone 475 7.
WATCHI REPAIRING '
'Efficient work at reasonable prices.
SEdlw. A. Clark 1121 S: Univ.
TIRING your Ford troubles to.Tn
Tri angle garage 222 Detroit St.
FOR RENT
SIX ROOM Furnished house. 522 Elm
Street.
F7OR RENT-Three room apartment
on ;round floor,_ also two single
Srooms, reasonable. Near campus.
Call361
1 0OR 1UNT--Excellent furnisbed
room inj private home, for man stu-
dent. 50q lWalnuit.
11OR1]JENT Siwgle room with l .eep-
Sigporch. :Very desirable. IPhone
S6668. 1016 Church St.
1FO R RENT---Attractive com plo I ely
equipped lighthaousekeepig apart-
ment with kitchenette and p~rivate
Sbath. Hlf block from campus.
Reont reasonable. Call 609 East Wil-
lanms St.
Slittle investment--big returns, The
D~aily Classifieds.-Adv.
SFOUNTAIN PEN INSURANCE
Ifound a pen this morning and if itI
Shad had the owner's name on it 11v
would surely get it. Wec engravej
~your name on your pen for 25c.1
This is good insurance.
Rider's
302 State St.

William Green;
William2 Green, new president of
American Federation of Labor, has I
the solid support of union labor of
the country, the approval given his
leadership in annual convention at
Xtlantic City indicates.f

and
Drive It Yourself
RATES REASONABLE

in charging~ more. Prices are
now the low-est in town
.Arcade ;afei
Up-stairs, Nickels

we would be justified

Chester H. Anschll, '28
CH ET'S DRIVE YOURSELF CAR CO.
Located at Auto storage Co., First and Washincton
(Two Blocks West of Main)
Phone 21516 Phone 21516

Robert E. Neff, administrator of the
'University of Indiana hospitals, visit-
ed the new University hoso ital yes-I
tercla3y.

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SEASOi TICKETS AVAILABLE

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Six Outstanding concerts By orid Famous Artists and Organizations
WALTER DAMROSCH, Conductor GUY MAI ER, Pianst PALMER CHRISTIAN, Organst

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November 3°-John

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OSSIP GA3FiIIscH, Conductor

ecember,11

-La Gravre,

Janary26-aier 'i*eking, 'Pians
hVICTOR KOLGR, Coniducting OSSIP GBIOISH ins

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LOST

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I,.'ST-Wahl gold pencil. Initials C.
~E. B. Reward. Call 9717.
LOST-Large_ Duofold pen A. J.
'CGains" on barrel. Phone 36,32. Rc-
TOPAZ ffnger ring, Saturday after-
~noon on State street between Mon-
;roe and Ferry field. Reward. Phone
~4779.
LI ST--Thursday pair of shell rimmed
glasses. Call 3665.

Fit/ MAGAIFICENT

WORLD

RENOWNED MUSICAL A TTRACTIONS AS

FOLLOWS:

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ERNESTINE Contralto

C-Jauar 11-T .LIIREf Donizett's Opera -H Inshaw OperaCo

FOIE SALE

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