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THE MICHIGAN DALLY

PAGE SEVEN.;

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CLOSES L.SE$G
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT $ P.Y

NOTICE

LOT--Phi Gamma Delta fraternity
ni wh itvr in city NnAn

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FALLING HAIR is a danger signal back. Call 6017 or Box 18 Daily
and should be treated at once. Loss office.
of color, brilliancy and baldness re-
sult. Successful treatment given at LOST-A pocket book between Meth-
Andersgn Beauty Shop. 20 years odjst Church and Fuller St. Find-
experience. Open evenings by ap- er please return and receive re-
pointment. Phone 3059. 527 E. ward. Dial 22395.
Liberty
LOST-A gold Eversharp with initials

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Auto Club Logs ko te To Urbaa 304.9A>lANldTRTIIthrough.
08,5-Cross I. R. and immediately= Frog, Chicken ad Steak Dinners
(Continued from Page Three) 262.6-Cross R. . at depot on right. carve right.
239.0-Turn left at cross road onto; 263.1--O4ENCE, through. i30.0-GILMA, turn left at irregularServed at
Dixie highway, No. 1. (Right with 2G3.3-Cross bridge over Kankakee cros-roads with so. 25.
Lincoln highway is to Chiago 1 eiver and curve rieh at dnl. p sraight ahead, passingR rea B ULEV ARD INN
Heght) j -Cr' lf.No. S8Con righlt.C
239.7-STEGER, through. 263.8-Curve left. 312.3-Long curve right.
240.4-Curve left under R. R. viaduct 265.9-Curve right at cross-roads with 312S-Curve left at factory. Two blocks from city bus line on Jackson Road,
then right. conerete- 313. -ONARGA, through. from noon till midnight.
241.5-CRETE, through with concrete. 26S.6-Curve left. 314.3-Pass Delray station on right. Special attention given to parties. Phone 6534.
245.1-Cross bridge over creek. 269:1-Curve right on right hand road 316.6-BUCKLEY, through.
248.7-BEECHER, through. with No. 17 leaving Dixie highway 322.3-LODA, through. 'III II if Il 1 I1I1111.11111fi1 1 1ilfl1 1 f
2498-Cross bridge over creek. and No. 1. 326 3-PAXTON, cross R. R.
251.5-Curve right. 270.5-Cross bridge over Kankakee 331.8-LUDLOW, through.
251.9-Curve left on left hand road. river. 337.0-Curve right across trolley and
255.8-Curve right at fork. 275.2-Cross R. R. onto Court.St. R. R.
256.7-GRANT PARK, cross R. R. and 276.2-KANKAKEE, at courthouse, 342 3-TIOMASBORO, through.
immediately turn left at cross- through. 350.6-Curve right across trolley then
streets with No. 1 and No. 17. 276.5-Cross bridge over R. R. left.
257.0-Curve right at cross-roads at 276.6-Important: turn left at cross- 351.1--Cross bridge over creek. IS Our
gas statio. "streets onto Washington Ave. with 351.3-Cross trolley and keep straight-
257.8-Cross bridge over river. 'No. 17 and 25. ahead, leaving No. 25 to right. W ednesdaySpecial
258.9-Curve left at cross-roads. 2768--Keep ahead on Washington 3514--Turn left at end of street
262.4-Cross R. R. Ave. with No. 25 leaving No. 17. acros : R. R. onto ,Market St.
277.0-Cross bridge over Kankakee 351.6-URBANA, at Market and Main T
FOR SALX river onto Main St. Sts. at courthouse on left, keep Telephone 5501 for All Deli.eres
277.3-Turn right at end of street ahead on Market St.
FOR SALE-Poy Bl3ston Bu3l pups onto Charles St. and next turn left 351.7-Turn right at cross-streets on-
reasonable. Gussey 5348, 610 For- at cross-streets with trolley onto to Green St.
est. Washington St. 353.1-Turn left at cross-streets onto
- 277.6-Turn right at end of street Fourth St.
FOR SALE-Muskrat fur coat with with concrete. 353.8-University of Illinois Stadium 516 EAST LIBERTY STREET
Hudson seal collar and cuffs, size 284.5-Curve left. on right. Phe5501
38. 214 S. Division. Phone 5716. 288.1-Cross R. R.
289.9-Turn left at end of road. Following settlement of the metal-
FORD Touring in excellent condition. 290.0-Cross R. R. and immediatelyI argical strike in Belgium tax collec-
$36. Call Fritz. 22491. curve right. tions jumped to such an extent that
TUDOR FORD sedan. Excellent me- 291.9-CHEBANSE, through, the government deficiency dropped Read The Daily "Classified" Coui ns
chanical condition All s 296.7-CLIFTON, through. perceptibly. 4

TAILORING iJ. C. E. at to o'clock between
Students Tailoring Phone 80101 Library and School of Music. Re-
Cor. N. University and Thayer ward. Dial 9433. Jane Ellison, 344
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED AN So. Division.
PRESSED, $1.25,
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20c MANTED
┬▒CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING IVE rickets for Mich.-Ill. game.
" AND. ALTERING A SPECIALTY Separated if necessary. Call L.
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AND Wetzel, 7817.
COATS
ti REASONABLE PRICES STUDENT to sell insurance, good pay.
Work Cailed For And' Delivered' Daily Box No. 12.
ESTLE PERMANENT Wave special WANTED--Sax and cornet players.
for October $15. Bentley Beauty Experienced only. Call "Eppie"
Shop, 106 E. Liberty. Phone 6373. 4752.

i

IEnLGILLESPIE,Soloist and teach-
er thirty years experience; banjos,
M mandolin, guitar and chord con-
struction. Telephone ,4757.
JIOUSEHOLDERS having rooms tol
r rent to members of the state press
r Oct. 29th and 30th communicate
with William Breyer, 916 So. Main
f St.

WANTED-Students going to Illinois
game who want to earn all or part
oftheir expenses. Call Fradenburgh
Dial 8455 after 6 P. M.

TWO Illinois tickets in MM, or
give three together in MM for
and cash or one Ohio Ticket.
Pardo Ph. 9717.-

will
four
Call

SHORT Pony Skin coat. Bargain
, Phone 21835.
NEW MUSKRAT coat. Big reduction.
Phone 21835.
DRIVE TO Illinois. Ford touring,

WANTED-Five students, either boys
or girls to earn way to Illinois
game. Mr. Hoover, 548 Church St.
after 6 P. M.

accessories. $125.00. Leaving town.
Dial 6857. 419 Hill St.
TENOR Banjo and case. Owner has
had it but five months and used it
very little. Phone 3292. 320 Thomp-
son St. $11 cash.
FOR SALE-1922 Ford. Self-starter.
Spotlight. Good condition. Call
3497 after 4:30 and evenings. 407
No. Ingalls.
.1

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WANTED-Five tickets to
game. Call "Eppie" 4752.

IllinoisI

1921, starter, new
8112 Walker.

tires $55. Dial

'WILL PERSON who exchanged Cor-
duroy coats, Monday at Arcade cafe-
teria please communicate with R. A.
SCohn~, phone 6322.d
,,TWO to 6 tickets for Illinois game.1
Not necessarily together. Call Me-1
Cormick at 7723.
BEESYL BEAUTY SHOP
Over Arcade Theater
WVe specialize in soft water shampoos,
scalp treatments and facials. Our
marcel and water waves stay. Try
a polaco treatment for oily hair,
only $25. Or an iodine treatment
for falling hair. Expert dyes, hei-
na packs and rinses. Our aim is to
a please. Open Friday evenings Dial
S21379.

TWO Tickets for Illnois game. Dial
22342. 508 Hill.
WANTED-One Illinois ticket. Call
Sealby, 8517.
WANTED-Two or three tickets to
0. S. U. game or Minnesota game.
Call 4518 Ask for Dentz.
WANTED-Student to take care of
furnace for good private room in
private family. Call 8449.
WANTED-One Michigan-Illinois tick-1
et. Dial University 153-M or 3655.,
WANTED-Pleasant quiet room near
campus, either west or south for
male studenit. Box 17.
WANTED-Single garage near Mon-1
roe St., call 6746 between 6:00 and
7:00 P. M. Ask for Mr. Durant.

FOOD FOR
THOUGHT

For the fellows who,
a smoke immediately

enjoy
after

their meal, we have a sep-
arate section of our large
quarters for their conven-
ience. Service like this
makes for a more pleasing
meal.

I

LOST
!jOST - A LeBouef fountain pen.
Name Ivar C. Johnson engraved on
barrel. Finder please call 7982 or
210 So. Thayer. Reward.
r.OY T-AN ORLICK curved stem pipe
in or near Majestic Theater. Call
:Mr. Sanford 7172. Reward.
ST-Sigma Pi fraternity pin. Find-
r call Van Doren. Phone 6381. Re-
f$ward.

WANTED-Four tickets for 'Illinois
game. Call Clark at University
Hospital.
WANTED-Two tickets for -Illinois
game. Call 7359 and ask for Camp-
bell or Schott.
WANTED-Two tickets for Illinois.
Phone 22133.
WANTED-Oneor two tickets for Ill--
inois game. Call Bruce 21695.

M

jiST--From taxi coming from M. C.
i edepot a black handbag, Sunday
night between 7:15 and 7:30. Re-
ward. L. R Markus, 822 Oakland.
qDial 6110.
ST-Pair of dark rimmed glassed
between Majestic theatre and Law
ClbSunday. Call 21341.

WANTED-One or three tickets for
Illinois. Call Zemans 7849.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Front room beautifully
furnished for student, teacher, or
couple. Phone 6528. 510 Catherine.
Read the Want Ads

HARM O NY
CAFETE RIA
508 East William
"Where the Best Food
Is Served"

F: R THE ILLINOIS GAME
flichigan Blankets
BANNERS, PENNANTS, ETC.

W 4D~ UNIVERSITY
WA 1AII JBOOK STORE

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These Arcade Cafeteria
specials will add to your
enjoyment of Sunday dinner
Baked Turkey with Dressing and Cran-
berry Sauce ....................55c
Roast Leg of Veal with Jam .........45c
Baked Swift's Premium Ham ........32c
Delicious T-Bone Steak ............45c
And many, many others, all prepared

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