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TVT MI-CILI{GA'N DATILY

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LASSI.:l FIE COLUMN
CLOSES CLOSE
ERTISING
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1.0",T- C -ir' ; whit;-goid "Weiinvo" i ELSON 1EATT 'Y SHOUP. Lanoil, per -
tvriset watch, w ith wh.Iite-gold lint. manent waving, and marcell waving.
rault Lita ll AudIitoriumi, our specialty. 319 S. Main. Room
a ttur~day. Rewa.rd. filial :3801 Helern 202. Dial 4404. tf.
Our 1.44-45-U(.;
- --- - - --- ATI~NIONv fraternities and sorori-
LOST-B3one rimmed :lasse., in black ties Try our Special Blend Coffee.
leather case in or near Congrega-! Per pound 45ic. The Schultz Groc-
tional church or Betsy Barbour last cry. t., th., tf,
Sunday evening. Dial 3563.

44-4,-46.,
:CR1iEN SCHAEFFER Pencil with
gold ring and 'clip 'somewhere be-
tween third floor -Lii: Bldg and
,Union. Dial 8343. Mrs. Payne,
t 44-45-46.
SCALLOPED Luncheon !cloth, Mon-
d cay, Nov. 9 at Michigan Union. Re-
ward. Call 21678. 44-45-46.
LOST-Bill fold containing $10 bill,'
Sunday. Please return to 219 S.:
:Ingalls or call 9276. Reward. 43.

NOTICE-Buy the latest fiction at
Biddle's Book Store. 11 Nickels Ar-
cadIe. W., f., sun. tf.
RE WARDI for inform ation leading to
the securing of 0. 5. IT. tickets.
Phone 6581. 44-45-46.
WrATCH llREPAIRING
Efficienit work at rcasonable prices
Ed1w. A. Clark, 1121 S University.
t., f., sat. tf.
WANTED
WANTED-We can use twelve or fif-
teen extra part tine salesmen at
once, calling upon suctomers, tak-

r ..
oR 111;1'-N o C : . ii , L11, room
furnishIed laatiimn, "new ly lf tOi3-I
ed, in Ii1iate l amnilv, lud pr-ivi-
leges. Flied{ 43277l. 4 .-44..el1.
WILL party who -eelooking lfar
age ple v? calfl C275 alter U 11. 4i.
914 Mlar y. 44.
FOR RENT-G~arage, 1111 So State.
44-45.
FOR SALE
FOUN TAIN PUNS
All the beter imakes including the
famous Riaer "Masterpen." Why
not get oir- skifted. service with
ithe° pen: you buy at the sanme cost.
Rider's Pen Shop
302 'State Street
t., th., sun. tf.
i. (UNrAI N PEN REPAIRING

S~~ TEHN NTELL
OF EARLY AN8
Atrbur,.y lliC i'4 tt2'.i i:?t :<z
Bleuned .,31Ca eI;.. pa f t _"
ly nrltten hi-Acr yl of, e:,a
Sthe nue (i f P . di' ft 1 h
N"s1or. c7 Sehc o' Ct. 1hst 11 rr(-, : "A-
inenit, before the m( ;;ro 1 h
1"r 1s114 i ' af:,r(2 cmn ra'a-
gati2a'tifoirS at their rogalaI :i'.-;y
lunicheo0n veye rrulay. Pi-,'afes6r !;t4n-
1lie'n scnn ws ;:)pin c-d lby thie Ec-1ut c'-
nial commission to lrepjare a, hi stor y
afte Ann tc A e; f r c ii- .o. i-
2tli;_tic 1'.re1e ,ncr;-v, Ifsu ili-) -
.crip:t neariy 'ompl ll(,u'oI.
_ fThe particuilar oi ech:.for lis
talk (ballt Ait rii Ai of121 cv.0
" (el~~t:it 1. '1 . '. i i ;, ' o ,., k::31;
-t:7.1? n l7 Z.r:'w iU.? y x'2 i3La )' (-:lOO-1i
m n u n t _'o Q i O :-I ' . W -
FOR SALE--Ford Cop,.v; L'
f iil el, all e.C(LSOifiY1 1 C')14Oif},C(.'
New oVeri-sized Ajax ctmd tire,-1.1;l
'sell at v$315. Phone 7796, 4-C, 3. M.I
44.

,S If! WA NIA MS,
'N AkRBOR Hi-1LLIF.
f - 7 ih ~ ' a 'a
('ili l ea i-11. IA 'n r' :ne. A
lll79edandlit u B> 1>anual.
oillV' pt 1t(,E:5the lde t0tZL'4 'f tV(
hlz '' , lalrk lw -''tdl -aie L1u:A
'1 *027-y te couii pcvd
t 1(? {)i1va' to" 1au;at hr ~ m
themll sidewalesalks ilgfr,;,o f c; l( h
or. " w ha l i iVI';'ty (tudeis t )o r
fit ( .i a lh l l awe'en n lt ighji7t.
Shad i n e in $ (1'to ll o 0w le en-
hiry o 'the ::; '(- O;1I 1ver y 1mUgie-1

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°rrt dd o cial"' :1('I.ublc RO_,IE.---Th~e Italian government
- Ae1 c (1111 "i-pn':oa; as sked "fitting satisfac-tion'' from)
hr ~ltng htchng ac~ te *ug-6 ilaian governmenlt fori- i-
_. h1 I 0 12K uga number 01.' av'r.anti-Italian demonstrations anid
712111 111: to ;;!;a ddS.th lefilimg or destruction of Italian
-- -- -- jflag-s in various cities of the Serbi,
I 1Ii.I\ l:3 '{I, .I aftell~ t !Croat and Slovene state.
ao t ~c 35:11 3 aa thone, vwith for-'
} ( . J=] ~ ,hloie the I'','ecll as kri 'YII.SBVI'INNW
,s 00 arlw,()INv at it ems un-helReiad the Want Ads

NOTICE

NOTICE ing orders for Christmas. There is
We pay best prices for men's ursed a very goodl opportunity to formi
clothing. Dial 8040. !.p,(rmanent connections. Call this
Students' Tailoringi afternoon or evening. See Mr.' De
Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer Con, Room 5, Chubb Building. 43.
t., th., sat. tf. _
I. WANTED-Young fellow to sell
SCHAEBER1 E & SON, 110 S. Main St.! lamps. Dial 5833. 43-44-45.
'1'he popular place for all kinds of'
musical instruments. It pays to TWO TICKETS for Ohio State Game,
trade here. th., f., sat., tf. Phone 2218. Call for Hasty, 509 E.
____________________-I Liberty. 44-45.

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__________________ leh s the condi tionl was remediedl, that
FOR SALE-fork 2 ,,xov d:;ne. Pcianv, ra m~V
21392. Call alter'six o'clock. 44. mn ae
_______ _____________________ -- i 4-afesa.or Stepbinson said that the
FOR SALE-We hare a lh. g:- w 3f' 'lnber 0f t u4O:illhiCS oxv ncdby resek
Player Piano, slightly used in flc en ets in "the first few yoars aft'.fr the
vicinity of Ann Arbor, on wvhich o])near:nce of theil car oil the mr i'.a
$290.00 has been paid. We will sell 1w as 1'eitl,:-ble, equaling that of
'to party willing to complete snail . -OI11 of the larger cities in the { ta0e.
monthly payments. 44-45-46. ! Mayem' Waltz. in 1910, passed the first
'; - - fordinalnce7s regulating tle conduct of
;TYPEWRITING & MINEOIGl1APII i ant onchile (Iri\'crs., it beig reaortiud
Promptly and neatly done by compe- thenr that there wti-re 10 car4-;in :Arn j

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y(,Iicw\ and c!-Iv,,; woori-
a,'s ine fourl'(oI'-1M'd,
b ae, p-reeii ,qld coral. All
present a naily apeaLr-
"1100. If youIr clothier
(. a' ct supi rly you1, send
his, name to H. 1. Siw-
y01'. East Cambridge,
mass. A folder will be
seat free.

We askillfuilly 'rep~air your pen
same day you bring it. 'Why
it away and wait.
Rider's Pen Shop
x(19 Rtto I.roa

1 they
sendl

THlE COLLEGE MAGICIAN
Announcing Complete
change-in his bag of
tricks. Entertainment
for all occasions.
N. D. Smith, Dial 5970 tf.

WANTED-Four tickets for Ohio
game. Dial 4691. 44-45-46.
WANTED-A college woman to do in-
teresting work for Vogue. Call Mrs.
Shepherd, 9774. 44.

NOTICE--Manuscripts typ(
experienced operators
Book Store. 11. Nickel'
t:, th.,
TALLORING
Students Tailoring,
Cor. N. University and
MEN'S SUITS CLEANS
PRESSED, $1.25
TROUSERS PRESSEI
CLEANING, PRESSING, R
AND ALTELRING A SPI
ALSO LADIES DRESS]
COATS
REASONABLE FRI
WF'ork Called For And DI

,ewritten byI WANTED-Four tickets for both Ohio
at Biddle's State and Minnesota games. 4535.
's Arcade. Larry. 44-45-46.
sat. tf.
WANTED-Two -Ohio State tickets.;
Call 7070. Mr. Henning. 44-45-46.
Phone 8040,
[Thayert WANTED-Boys to sell Daily Football.
ED AND Extras this Saturday. Goo4 Pay.
Sign up Friday between 2 and 6
D, 20c P. M. at the Press Bldg. 44-45-46CI
ZEPAIRING# WANTED-Two tickets for Ohiok
ECIALTY 1 game. S. E. Field, 513 Thompson. s
ES AND ! Phone 21528. 44.
TES WANTED-To rent garage in vicinity1
ellvered I of Hill and Oxford Road. Box 261
tf. M~icehigian Daily. 44-45-46.

v JLaLre.,rr.,sun tf tent operators at moderate rates. Arbor. valuied at $5.,-.,0'0.3
_____________t.,________ sun.________ College work a specialty for seven-I Calling themselves this' "Ornamen~al1
FOUNTAIN PEN INK teen years. and Protection society," a group of
I0. D. MORRILL, m ien interested iu bIlautify iug and
We profit by your satisfaction. Thee 17 Nickels Arcade, ! im'proving the city, formted the first
ink.'wes remensfirstngairecord The Typewriter & Stationery Store E civic organization in the early yrears
ilnk.otcis the befloingteink and 43-44-45-46. of the city's history, and one of their
ism of your pen. Ask At TYPEWRITERS
Riders PenShopRebuilt and second hand of all makes
302 State Street bought, sold, rented, exchanged,; ("I3. r . a
t., th., sun. tf.I cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-till I I
CTIRISTIIAS CARDS est stock and best service depart-
Personal cards should be ordered now.y ment in Ann Arbor.f
Good work requires time. Printing 0. D. MORRILL,{
17 Nickels Arcade, Sample books
and engravin~g a specialty. LargestThTyertr&SainySoe
and finest selection obtainable. ThTyertr&SainySoe your sej
0. D. MORRILL, Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
117 Nickels Arcade, 43-44-45-46.
The Typewriter &" Stationery Store music
FO AEORECAGESto Teacher of Piano and Pipe Organ,
b~alloon tires and five wire wheels} formerly on faculty at School of
for Ford. Dial 4829.43 Music and pupil of Leschlitizky, U Y U
__________________________ Vienna. Studio 610 E. Liberty St. U Y U
PU1J UZ~~A2 ~~AFI.A TTTI ,%) t'jjjPITftl YdiNW- I Ant. 8_ *Phone. 3566. 43

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sof Personal Cards now ready and at
rvice. Leave your order early,
UNIVERSITY
A H 9'&BOOK STORE, I

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