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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1925

rHEl MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1925 PAGE TIIRE~

ORILL DMONSTRATE NEW
VITRLAHEEMONDAY
D(mnonstr ation of the new Ortio-
phonic Vic'roln viii be made by Ann
arbor music stor>es Monday, Nov. 2.
This invention is b~ased on priuci-
/ls deve5 lolpedl by the Bell Telephone
cominaliy in its experience in sound
tran ,mission. In commenting on the
first public test, mxade b~efore the
W estern Flectric company, reviewers
in the New York Times al iirm that
the orthophonic phonograph is creat-I

Will A ttemnpt To
Clean UTp .Boston

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I Oldest Schooner Plhiladelphia from JIune to December
of 1926.
To Be Exhibited Since the day she was first made
In Phladelpia1 ready for sea, the Vigilant has been
In P la e~hp a Iin continuous service as privateer,
pirate ship, slave trader, Danish war-;.
The schooner Vigilant, former ship and finally as a cargo and pas-
pirate ship and oldest vessel afloat, senger boat running among the Vir'-
having been built about 1776 in 13;,1- gin Islands. The boat will be rigged
timore for privateering purposes, will, up to r lprescnt as nearly as possible
le an exhibit at the Sesquicentennial
International exposition to be held in1
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its actual appearance in its privateer-I
ing days.

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Little investment--big returns, The
Daily Classifieds,-Adv.1
Christian Science
MONITOR
For Sale at
STUDENTS SUPPLY STORE
1111 South UTniversity 1

Irving Warmohis,D S C
CHIROPODIST AD
ORTHOQPED)IST.
707 X. [University Ave. Phone 21212:

For -Men% I V I, {'
Phonie 4310 1 15 IW. asig
H. BEN.IM

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Today..

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inzg a sensation in musical circles':::::.:::::.:"..:
which will mark a new era in me-
cuaictal renroduct ion of otun..John!
Philip ousa is_ qued( as having test- f j":
ified thatt this instrument is unique
in that it is not restricted by limitedi
Lage, limited volume andt: failtire to! n a oeclr he eet
ccununon to the old -style phonograph.;
I ler A. 'arker
V1+N TURA, Calif., Oct. 30.-A sharp! New Engr land's new 11oiiine
earthouake shock of several seconds'(
~duration vwas felt at 5 :30 o'clock this iforcemnt director, George A. Parker,
morning. Telephone reports from Ihas g0!iO to vwork l cai ing up .Boston,
Ban areibaro. i dicate that the whiere col'(il lisz are ;,UPPosed to be'
shock wvas felt there also, but no wor'st. fie formerly was captain of
(lainag was reprted. the AjasSachusetts state constabulary.
Want a room? Read Page Seven Read,.j
and usc !}ht. Classified columns.-Adv. Rea i7e Wn an tAds

Banstelle PahueTesTuaSSt
M1ats 50oc andl 75c
Woodward at Eliot Tel. Glendale 979'
The BONSTELLE CO. I
In the Rollicking, Nove!. Satiric Comedy
"The Beggar on Horseback
Eves. - 50c to n2.50
G R I Wed. Mat. 50c to $1.511
Sat.Mat.50cto $2,001
26th Big Week
ABIE'S IRISH OE
LAST WEEKS
Sc hubert Lafayette NiUiht CS O$
Nikli~tsS o 3
Bargain slat.,j
Thursday, best Scats, $2. Sat. Mlat., soc to0$2."50'
Tel,. Cadillac, 8705
The S'TUDEN'T PRINCE:
Every Play-Geer Shonld See It!
Every :Music-hover Wili Hcar it!
.Male Chorus of 63 Girl Chorus of5

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HATS

Yale Flashlight with
Batery .........

'$1.00

.. M oll ill' store. We ire
flt el~eusi 4e maikers of men's
liats in iAnn Arbor and we de-
vc'e lap'al attention to stu-
defalis , We also Clean and
1l1(wk-inmike your o1(1 hats look
like men
Sav e a Dollar or More at the
FACTORY "HAT STORE
6i17 Packar z Street. Phone 7415.

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Others from $1.25 to $3.00

Electric Heaters-Just the thing for additional heating-
from $5.00 to $8.50

.Oil Heaters from $7.00 to $11.25.

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at State St.)

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Jno. C. Fischer Hardware. Co.

Iilterlaic t1( nulble S ',O wilit ssoci atlo

for discriminating

"TT I MHRIG H T E O SE S
Speoalter
J. B. Williams, of Brooklyn, N. Y~

4.QUALITY
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105 Fuast Washiington St.

Phone 4104

4' QUALITY.
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women

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In this shop you will always find quality
and style smartly interpreted in our ap-
parel. Only the best fabrics are seen
and we take pride in always having the
latest authentic modes.
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"The Shop of Personal Scr,icc."

'Millions Now Livipg. Aill sever Die
7 1P. Y. .Sunday

Seats Free

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NAVY-FRESHMAN
MATINEE
Snturday Morning at 11 A. M.

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ably priced.

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WRITTEN BY
Alt RICA'S SENSATION
,AUTHO~R
CONINSBY
DAWSON

"Drcss W4eli and Succeed."

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