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FRIDAY, NVEMI3ER 6, 1925

THTE MICHIGAN DATLY

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A C3 M ADVERTISING AT 3 PM

Appointed

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News Fro Other Colleges Frog, Chicken ad Steak Diners
Served at -
W'tASHINGTON- Umiversities an.=d term. The final decisions wrill ],c! BOULEVARD N
colleges in the United States have a made at th( cnd of te ilemest:r. The
total enrollment at present of aprrox- nsntndsmA th Two blocks fron city bus line on Jackson Road,
imately 602,060 students. This from noon till midnight.
an ounts to 73 per cent of the total underciassmcn especially, and to
nunber of graduates frem the Amer- focus their interst along dramatic Special attention given to parties. Phone 6534.
jean institutions of higher learning. l ate.i-i!l!1lm!1lll11111llhIJlmIHIII1illliliioa inilIIll1!ntnh,

NOTICE

LOST

TAILORING
Students T'aloring Phone S-40
Cor, N. University -ind Tl iyer
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED AND
PRESSED, $1.25
TROUSERS PIESSEI), 20c
CLEANING, PRESSING,' REPAIRING1
AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY I
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AN)
a ~COATLS
REASONABLE PRICES E
Work Called For And Delivered

LOST-Sometime Saturday night, a
large size Schaeffer pen and pencill
to match. At bottom of pen it is
roughened by burning. Reward if
returned to Thompson at 426 N. In-
galls. Dial 4917. Or call at 925
Church, Dial 9557, Or call 106 So.
SWing Univ. Hall. Phone Univer-
sity 45-M.
LADY'S brown suede fur-lined glovei
between Forest avenue and Ferry
field. Phone 5623.

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH-The uni-
que course of skiing has been added
to the curriculum at the University
of Utah. The course will be taught
by Arne Bjornstad, the famous winter
sports athlete, who was formerly in-
structor of skiing at Lake Placid, N.
Yr
UINIVER SITY OF IOWA.-Nine fra-
ternities at Iowa failed to meet the
.,Tr,+ #t .tco '- - - - - --en~r nr .

Cnstmai s Gree tig Cards
Sample books of Personal Cards now ready and at
your service. Leave your order early.
UNIVERSITY
BOOK STORE

ELSON BEAUTY SFIOP. Lanoil, per-
nanent waving, and marcell waving
our specialty. 319 S. Main. Room

LOST- Theta Kappa Psi fraternity
pin. Call Palmer 3497, reward.

2 2 D l 4 4O -f u t niuniversity average for one year, and
202. Dial 4404. LOST--Agold fountain pen with init- were rut on piobation. Four other
C1IIRIST~IASCARDSjials . (. J. Finder please return fraternities failed to meet the aver-I
to 614 Forest. Reward. . a a age for two years and lost their social
Personal cards should be ordered now privileges.
Good work requires tune. Printing LOST-Silver gray police dog with tan
and engraving a specialty. Largest collar. Reward if returned to 1912 Edward Frederick Lindley Wood HARVARD UNIVERSITY.- Proud
and finest selection obtainable. oddes or phone 5817. (above), named by Kink George V to owners of the flivvers cars, and mis-
0. D. MORRILL, j _Ihighest appointive post in British em- I cellaneous antiques usually parked in
17 Nickels Arcade,OTb t pire, viceroy of India, is minister of the vicinity of Harvard university
The Typewriter & Stationery Store LOT-A bluegleaterard case agriculture in the Baldwin cabinet,awoke yesterday to find that their
______________________ etched with gold Saturday on East and only surviving son of Lord Hali- vweal eishd aihdit h
THE COLLEGE MAGICIAN Univcrsity. Reward. Phone 3155. fax. He succeeds Earl Reading.overbialt i1 sair.Fai
Announcing Complete LOST-Set of drawing instruments lost chariots, the angry band were
change in his bag of TOSTsot oring instrents FOR SALE notified by Cambridge police that the
rk Entertainment tween N. 5th and State on Ann. all cars were taking a needed rest in a
for all occasions. 303.eenw.5hadSaeo n.Cl I neighbioring garage, and that the
N. D SmithDial3036. Reward FOR SALE-Ford touring, fully equip-i hbrd ao es (?d could
ped. Call 5356 or stop at 706 Haven. aforesaid automobiles (?) could be
LOST-Glasses in case probably on ihad when the garage rent and the
B the LATEST FICTION at BID campus. Reward. Call Phila Arm- FOR SALE-One 1923 Ford roadster. fine had been paid for illegal park-
BOOK STORE, 11 Nickels trong, 3193. In condition for Northwestern trip.1ig
A d e . B O T R , 1 i k l _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ $100. Call "Eppie" Phone 9217.,
Arcade. GERMAN.Luger 32 on Church St. A YALE UNIVERSITY.-The Univer-
very worthwhile reward to finder. FOR SALE-Gibson mandolin and sity Playcraftsmen, campus dramatic
FREE Ans. to Box 25. ( mandolin case. Music stand and and literary club, will offer two $20
music stand case, $35.00. Ray Vose, awards for the best plays submitted
Prie$shaHpoo witae reatment for WANTED 203 S. Thayer. by undergraduates during the presentl
zcalp regularly NEAT-APPEARING SALESLADIES -_-----_
Anderson Beauty Shou I.-_- --a

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Phone 3059 5275 Liberty
20 Years of service
SCHAEBERLE & SON, 110 S. Main St.
The popular place for all kinds of
musical instruments. It pays to
trade here.
Buy the LATEST FICTION at BID-1
DLE'S BOOK STORE, 11 Nickels
Arcade.
TYPE WRITING & MITEOGRAPHING
Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
teen years.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
WILL PARTY driving to Chicago,j
having room for one lady passenger,I
call 4372.
FOU RENT
FOR RENT-Rooms for five or six
men at 422 E. Washington. Garage
for party living at house.1
FOR RENT-Room for two or three
boys $2.50 each. Address Box 24
Michigan Daily.
FOR RENT-A very nice room for
man. $2.50 for one'or $4.50 for two.
Inquire at 410 North State St.

to sell Pickwick house and street
frocks direct to wearer;' Easily earn
$35 weekly; work all or part time.
WRITE TODAY. Pickwick Mfg. Co.,
Fort Wayne, Ind.
STUDENT to sell insurance, good pay.
Daily Box No. 12.
WANTED-Students to take orders
for hand painted Christmas cards.
Call 8766.
WANTED-One or two quiet refined
students to work for their room.
Address Box 24 Daily.
FOUR Fellows to go to Northwestern
in new closed car. $7.50 round trip.
Start Friday afternoon, return Sun-
day. Can obtain tickets. Box 23.
FOR SALE
TYPEWRITERS
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and best service . depart-
ment in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
FOR SALE-Two Northwestern foot-
ball tickets or will exchange for
O. S. U. or Minnesota. 0. D. Morrill,
17 Nickels Arcade.

Buy

Your- clothes

InAwc Jvew Way

-
TheAnn Ar bor Floral News
VOL. 1. No. 39. Published Every Friday by Ann Arbor Floral Co.
Half a World Away
Yet Never Beyond the Reach of Flowers and Friends.
The family is all present or Wherever you live, wherever you
accounted for - for tomorrow is go, you can not possibly get beyond
Marjorie's woding day. Uncles, tby reach of friends and flowers
aunts, cousins, chums--all heard and stay in civilization!
from except Uncle Jim, the favor-
ite, who is off in the Orient on his From New York to Los Angeles I e ; f
long-planned world cru-se. -from. Omaha to Cape Town-
from Seattle to Palm Beach-any-
Marjorie is all a-thrill with ex- where, any time, sending flowers (Advice to Young Men)
citement. Tomorrow is the day, requires just long enough for the
and yet there is so much to be telegram to go from your florist to
done. Just now a pause in the the corresponding florist at the Appropriateness means every-
exciting task of packing the trunks, destination.
thing. Cost nothing. Remember,
displaying the presents, and all the
atoo, the test is not inyorpes
multitude of last minute things to your pleas-
do-a pause to try on that dream ure in buying but her delight in
of a wedding gown for the last, receiving the gift.
final touches. And still no word
Only flowers will give her that
from Uncle Jim, half a world away. breathless joy. They carry a mes-
A tap an the door, Celeste re- sage. They are always appropri-
turns, her eyes sparkling. An ate.
enormous box of glorious flowers
Our flowers are grown right here
and a cable from Uncle Jim! "Just
arrived Manila. Love and every in our own greenhouses and they
never fail to please. Ann Arbor
best wish for your happiness. Flow-
ers for the sweetest bride!" From Floral service is well known on
Uncle Jim! Flowers! All the way the campus for its completeness
from Manila-by wire. and efficiency.
We Arc The Telegraph Florists of Ann Arbor
Store: 122 East Liberty Street Greenhouses: 1021 Maiden Lane
Phone 6215 Phone 21715

TEN'PAY PLAN

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Read the Want Ads IFOR SALE-One Northwestern ticket.
ReadtheWantAdsCall Tait, 5837.

SUIT
or
OVERCOAT
Sadhams & o.
Corner Main and Washington

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e4fter the battle-
Blessed be that keen-eyed, surefooted war-]
rior who drop-kicked 40 yards for the win.j
NOW to enjoy the evening-
hoarse and hilarious. And
though your voice fail completely,
your Smith Smart Shoes will con-
tinue to eloquently confirm your
good dress judgment.

milb 6rlhcs
UThey Stay Smart With Long Service"

Dietzel's Shoe Store
"Where Styles Originate"
117 East Washington St.

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