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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAITLY

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mnaftrir NION DIRECTORS CENSOR EXECUHIVE
COUM eaI:LASSIrIL COLUMN COUNCIL FOR EN EDI A UfHOkITY

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£13~ V ADVE1R
NOTICE
TAILJORING
Students Tailoring Thane 85040
('or. N. University and Thiayer
MIIEN'S SUITS CLEANED AN)
' TROUSERS PRtENSED), 20c
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING!
AND ALTERING A SPECI.AL Y

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IWASONAULE CF, VS
"Fork C'alledl For Aid Delivered
NOTICE
We pay best prices for, men's ued!
clothing. Dial 8040.
Students' Tailoring
Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
Our special Government Record inkc
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 ge
wet. It has 'a ine color andl flows
well. A word to the wise is suffic-
ient.
Rider's Pen Shop
SCIJAEBERLE & Son. 110 S. Main
St. The popular place for all kinds
of musical instruments. It pays to
trade ihere.
MOTOR LIVERY. Drive any num-
ber of people any where any time.
Insurance on all passengers. Phone
Ypsi 844-W or see W. I. Lathers.
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-
ialty. 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.
NESTLE PERMANENT Wave special
for October $15. Bentley Beauty
Shop, 106 E. Liberty. Phone 6373.
NOTICE-Three passengers wantedl
~ -o Wisconsin or Illinois games.
Round trip. Call Webster 22419
after 8 P. M.
MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
er, thirty years experience; banjos,
mandolin, guitar and chord con-
struction. Telephone 4757.
WATCHI REPAIRING~
Efficient work at reasonable prices.
Edw. A. Clark 1121 S. Univ.
FORD COUPE 1923, newly painted,
starter, demountable+ rims, motor
A-i, stop and spot lights, other
extras for only $150.00. Call up
extras for only $150.00. Sal up
3146 after 8.
STEADY JOB, in Ann Arbor for man
over 25. Good pay. Light work.
Emmons Co., Newark, New York.
FOUNTAIN PEN INSURANCE
I found a pen this morning and if it
had had the owner's name on it Ihe
would surely get it. We engrave
your name on your pen for' 25c.
This is good insurance.
Rider's
302 State St.
WANTED
STUDENT to sell insurance, good pay.
Daily Box No. 12.
TENOR Soloist wanted' for church
work. 312 South Division St. Dial
6328.
STUDENT wants work for Saturdays
or afternoons. Will do anything.
Call Doerge 4418.
WANTED-Two tickets for either the
Ohio or the Navy games. Please
leave address with anybody at
phone 5157.
AM VERY anxious to get two tickets
for Navy and Orio games. Phone
6412.
TWO TICKETS for either 0. S. U. or
Navy game. Phone 21917.
WANT TO go to Wisconsin game?
A mighty easy way to pay your
expenses is to sell Arm Bands. Call
8455 after 6.

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1T SI GAT Fim' (Continued Front Page (one) i ould rest on the other r ie::,r 0 ~ (IQS 'S!. An drew's chiur'ch.
"Admittedly: the executive council, the committee. All of the nlno~V . ,jr )- ofulih church made
of- he Union is an unofficial body, ondicsefotoanon-aihor.i;L:1 '?*01WiulC
tieL)le an tisteony;lilltit which time Mr. H ,atib , :Y'-,-t'o -- - _____-
--------th ohe hnditisth olystdetthat Mr. Cavanaugh, *Mr :na;ai1 '; w,. Y.. Oc t. "1.. -Thc. as-
LOSTf-GCld AI base bail. Call Ilo1PA': comncil of the Vinion. The board of;msl ooe h ssbeiloU c; ~acr i5lcn(i~v
IStrylker at universit l 1p)jta'l. mysehfin at- overake the psilel'lmscr l:sbendso
LOST-- She ll rim spec(tacles. Call Mr. toers not involving the expendiiture of! final list was considered fo hr i red h~l or ig 1xapressu.re has been
M. F. Pettibone, 7125. ftu)I s. The one resolution involving d cays, and thena before the list ran lLCel) liWlia .1Maoi
f ,~- no finpancialxtexpenditure, that calling! in The Daily, it was shown to AMr. aid of St. C'ath~erinaes, Ont.
.OT- odPny pin with small for an I aterfrateruity orchestra tour- I-Ieath. Upon receiving his approval, ;
(iamond center. Call 7817. nairient, was referred to tihe board of a total of four (of the five poss-ible
LOST - A LeBouef fountain directors by me, at tile meeting last{ appointmnit tuin ittcei( , worIre- (74(argersell*
Ipan.Sta. corded tor each ofthtie men.~h ags
Name Ivar C. Johnson engravedi on "yteclsiuil f12 h quality pn
are.Fdrplaecl ' board of goviernors has full control1 i~ n the world
210 So. Thayer. R ew ard. o f all m atters ntailing an financial a t rn n tz ,l e p n i u e . T e r s l t o s p s e ,iPI U 11 I Hi. 1I l I IitHbt ee o r ie d n wt, h x ep i n o he a o e m n
I lelen Nowberry. Diatl 22132. lie- tioneed, all entail thle expenditure of 1
Wg.funds. The resolut ions included: Pro- J tat OSMDP!ii:LL t 1 ITA66 IJB_'
-- ----- - vdnng fogr dinner dances after the
IAGI. 'I'an toplcoat andl bunch ofI foctbafIl games; the extension of time I President Clarence Cook L;,tte was deueltv nqaiy
keysfa3 d 'o, es lost at Zeta Psi, on swimming pool tickets; and tile! among those initiated by tile Cosmio- the world-famous
house : a . a but. Call i~ehe Ihouse recommendaItionl relative to thIe col-1 politan club at their lncheon Frn-
atsk for AWalters. ! ctiu~,i of Union debts,. It was my in- day noon at'IHarris hall. Tile affair Opyxnlfl
I tention to presenit thlese resolutions toj was the first of a series of hii-weekly
FOR AI1Ethe rope boad attileproper time, lunchleonls which will be given by the
F'OR SALJE,-Ford t ouring car, six 3 tl( ;1oard of governors having the club during the year. give best service and
monthis o(1. Balloon tires. In good eIhlar meeting some three weeks More than 140 students attended theloeswar
ie conditiona. r11299,E. tNiougal C, Phon10 ence luncheon, of whom approximately 100 By Panedprdz 10
0752 1'ankl~uis.I ~fl' th orallzaton lanof he~were initiates. China, Japan and In- Rubber ends, per doz. 1.20
- ib' Uion of 1317-1915, and since in many1 dia were the countries representedI a eMt all dealers
FOR SALE----1"ord lotining, new tiros, !r t {po s ~'ollowed, the president has i by thegraetnm rofICV ei- American Lead Pencil Co.
s artrnd ]liipt. 'Doporlust o er- ,trip'' pbwer through th~e house comm~iit- ber~s.The lunceon was served byl,y dz20FfhAeNY
A'ashiiragson alilt. Aic s a great deal of laxity hasj-
"E SI - (I4m~~'I 115 lloi ~frecently applarent, particularlyl {
fuel 1asemnrt.$4,000. Forty dol- .. tl piilgs fwoe
tVJ t.Ileir use of the pool, tihe execu-' mpe e1
lars mnonti>. an; all (1]oxvn Iayment 1 t e 6'&rliffci-, with, myself, its execu-1 ' "c oLa3acani lo.JDall137.
or a vcant ht. Dia riv71 fft o6r, 'as chairman, andl upon tile
FOVQK)8 - 1923 touzrn andl reb~uilt I 'conlcurY'ence of the chlairmlan of theprmsd yu i yo sed or
Both in fille shinpe. Lots ofI house committee, took the opportunity 1S lt15C o,1 yu sld yu
l1 ~ cd. iargain. Consider term~s., at tis neeting, to express itself rela- laundry to us. Our service is 1)IorINpt,
Call Williams 818 Lincoln. 22232. tine to tis imlportant matter. efcetadcutos n ra wl
"_________________I "n justice to the men appointed, !fiin n ortos n nlWl
l"O}R SAL l-'22 Ford roadster, good i i is necessary that I recount in do- conlvinlceyou.
condition, new paint. Bar gain $90.! tail tile procedure followed in the ap-
Call between 5-7. 1107 S. State. pointment of the conmmittee chair- i T
ulmen. The committee melt ab~out a The MOE ~.L.LA1N R
FOR SALlE-Cheap 1921 Ford touring, week ago, anld at that time all the, J N
Has new tires and was just over-I committee Wjere present. Mr. Paul . j .qMIN.I)I .1)~i
llaul~l. Cll Miler 2348.Buckley left the mleetin~g shortly mak
FORi SALE-Star touring car. Runs { ing it app~arent thlat the choice of menl_________________________ _____________________
goodl. Forty dollars. Call 5234. _______
JOIIRETNTI
SINGLE ROOM Two blocks from N i IIXT AN D N IFTY
campus. Phone 3944.

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Of J i Value
II Announcement
Leadership, we have
Added aA
Custom Tailoring
{ e at etTo serve those who prefer
Tailor-made Clothes
Now On Display
The Newest Farics for your / ~
j suit,' Topcoat andl Overcoat.
Come in and see them.
1 Individually Hand Tailored
Satisfaction Guaranteed
$45.00
New Shipment of Fall Clothes Arrives
Two Pants Suits and Overcoats
$6.u0
213 East Liberty St. OppositeVast

iiAsi:MENr' I'EH'liI ARCADE

FOR RENT-Three room apartment
on ground floor, also two single
rooms, reasonable. Near campus.
Call 3671.1

flichigan Stationery
~UNIVERSITY
WA H R CSBOOK STORE

Let The Daily sell it for you thruI'
the Classified columns.-Adv. i

AM LoIMITED NVMBE-R, OF

SEASO IKT VIAL

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Six Outstanding Concerts By World Famous Artists and Organizationus
Octber15NewYokSypo O'hsr
WALTER DAMROSCH, Conductor GUY MAER, Pianist PALMER CHRISTIAN, rganst'

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3-John

M~ormak

Tenor

Novmbe 23 Ditrot'Snlhony rhsr
OSSIP GsABRIOWITSCH, Conductor

December 11

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P1aitn

Jnuary 26-Wle eeing,

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WANTED-Stcdents to sell arm bands
at Wisconsin game. Michigan ban-
S ners and pillow tops at 1341 Wilmot
Phone 9568.
X' ANTED-Two or three tickets fir
Navy game. Call Williams 2282.
IF YOU have single room cheap, ad-11
S dress box 13. State location and
price.
WIAN PED-TISKETS FOR 0. S. 0.
GAME. CALL 4017.
SWANTED-TICKETS FOR NAVY
IGAME. CALL 4017.
4LOST
,LOST-Wahl gold pencil. Initials C.
E. B. Reward. Call 9717.j

March8

VICTOR KOLAR, Conducting OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Pianist

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FIVE MAGNIFICENT WORLD RENOWNED MUSICAL ATTRACTIONS AS FOLLOWS:

A-November 14
B.' - December 7 -

ERESIE CHMNN-HEINK, Contralto

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C-ECILI, Violinist

LOST-Thursday pair of shell rimmed
Masses. Cll3665.

J uary 11--THE ELIXIR OF nizetti's Opera- Hinshaw pera Co.

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