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FRIDAY, NOVE~MBER 20, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I'AGJD SEVLN

CLOSES CLASSIFI
AT P9 ,DVER TISTNGA 3P

WANTED
POSITION wanted as cools in Frater-
nity House, foruteen years experi-
ence. Mrs. Ada Pursedl. 2954
Grand River. Detroit, Mich.
51-52-53.
MAGAZINE men, crew managers.,cdis-
trict managers, organizers experi-
Senced on two pay plan, also special
offers.. Write or wire today for real
.proposition. State fully experience.
Clyde A. Ramsey, 25-27 Opera Place,
Cincinnati, Ohio. tf.

LOST

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WANTED

LOST-Will the gentleman Who found
the luncheon clotg at the. Michigan
Union on Nov.. 9, please call 21678,
or write Box 28 'Daily. Cloth is
personally valued as a gift. tf.
LOST-Between University Hall and
' Washtenaw pair of .dark tortoise
shell-rimmed _glasses. Please re-
turn to.IVM. L. Putnam, 1501 Wa hte-
naw. 50-51'-52.
LOST-Parker black duo-fold pen, inI
Farmer's & Mechanics Bank. Initial
I]. 3. M. on stem. Call E. J. Messard I
6664. 52-53-54.
LOST-Bracelet, diambnca and saphire
*link. Reward. Call 8977. Ly las
.Hayes. 52-53-54.
LOST-White gold wrist watch, set
with sapphires. Substantial reward.
*Virginia Harris, Betsy Blarboulr
House. 21716.

'WANTED-=Two Minnesota tickets.
Phone 21476. Ask for J. T. Engle.
50-51-52.
sWANTED-Desirable single room
near Law building for balance of
semester. Phone Robinson, 9217.
I 50-51-52.
WANTED-Competent instructor in
JuJit~u. Address, Box 3. 50-51-52.
EXPERIENCED two payment men to
open office covering' entire district.I-
Full co-operation and protection.;
Send $1.00' for supplies and com-
plete information. Clyde A. Ram-
sey, 25-27 Opera Place, Cincinnati, I
Ohio. tf.

FOR~ RENT

A'TTRACTIVE suite for students,
business people, or young couple.
Also room mate wanted. Steam
heat. Plenty of hot water. Quiet
house. Phone 8544. 422 E Wash-
ington. 51-52-53-54-55-56

"OTICE
N TAILORING
Students Tailoring Poe84
Cor. N. University and Thayer
.HEN'S SUITS CLEANED. AND
PRESSED, $1.25
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20c
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
AND ALTERING A SPEVIAL!'Y
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AND
COATS
REASONABLE PRICES
WVork Called For And Delivered
f tt.
TYPEWRITING & mIMEOGRAPHING
Promptly an~d neatly done, by compe-
tent operators at- moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
" teen years.

WANTED-Dress suit or coat. Call
_Wenger' 5517. 51-52-53.
WANTED-Twro tickets for Minnesotaj
Igame. -Call 5375 Thursday and Fri-I
.day between 1 and 2. 51-52':
WANTED TO RENT-Piano in private
home somewhere near Oxford aid
Hill,* between hours of 1 and 2 or
4 and 5. lox 29. 51-52-53.
IWANTED-Two upper class or grad-
uate girls to 'eat with small group at
816 E. Washington St. 52-53-54

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A Desirable single room near Law
Building for balance of semester.
Phone Robinson at 2006 Wash-tenaw.
ilal 9217. 50-51-52.
FOR RENT-Room ini private family
for girl. Call 9362. 50-51-52.
FOR RENT-Near Campus, four
~oom furnished apartment. Newly
dlecorated. In private family.
Laundry privilege. Call 4377.
54- 51-52.

FURNISHED room in
Apartment. Call 8619.

Wash ten aw
52.

WANTED-Two Minnesota tickets; ad-
jacent. Phone 3944. E. WV. Davis.
52.
WANTED TO RENT-Microscope.
Call 8842. 52-53.
WANTED--Two or four tickets for
Minnesota' game. Call Frater at
7667, after 4 p. m. '52.
WANTED-Two to fouur,{ tickets for (
Minnesota game. Call Frank Zinn,
4147 Lawyer's Club. 52.

FOR RENT-A very nice room for one
Iboy for $2.50 per week. Inquire at
{410 North State St. 52-53.
FOR SALE
fFOR SALE-1919 Ford Roadster in
fgood condition. Call Thompson, 555
So. Division, Dial 8072, or Univer-
sity 204. tf.
ONE full dress suit size 37 and one
Tuxedo size 37. Both like new and
Ireasonable. Phone 21695. 52-53.
FORD Roadster, 1921. Starter, gen-
erator, side curtains, demountable
rims with good tires. Call J. TD.I

Intereted In Literary Stu ies Adler TtIeg TilmurrtoeI fit of Igrrssng VI1
.lcs:se Lynch William-, present hold- MAemnbers of the honors course in
er of the fellowship ill creative artslEnglish met the playwright last Mon - .A~i¢'( C
will meet students interested in tma the homeue -lu
Campbell andplnar under coiisidl
drama or, any other phase of litera- (oration for further informal meetings.
1tore by appointment, according to iJ'r. Williams wishes to offer all pos- A ~ T Wb
SProf. Oscar J. Campbell of the Fm' Bible assistance to those who' have a,-=.A Wv ardrobe tLo a ProuUd Of.
lish department, who will arrange thin genuine interest in the literature, par- =
,'meetings. Mr. Williams has' indicated titularly in the short story, novel and oa nn u~r~ " " -
cussions rather than formal lecturer. ___________
WATDBURGESS. I1.-The husking chain-! wh ere 'alrn and Quality M eet
________ WA____ E)_________- - pionship of the corn belt is the prize -
FOR SALE-Two tickets for the Mich-. for" which 10 farmers, the best husk- ; .:A
t igan-Minnesota game. Together in erg in Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, lMinne i.Ar Y u .
North stand. Phone 6798 after 5 sota andI Nebraska were to compete 4 - . h1TJ
p. mn.51-52. today. r1_ -vWoflu,,r iflg ..
..........:::.. -Where You
m Will Get =IIte o h in
......... <s That real tailored
tie C~oh~r~gluxurious fabric _
is no tong er an and French or-
exception .Enls
- *. Ipul AtSTYLE?
1=A Your Price? 2
TdY you ca.n buy a Society Brand RihtWe ow!!of
vu.,t exactly as you would an automo-Rihheeotf2
bileor bod-ot o incme.A sall~ -a stock' kept fresh =
bie r bnd ou f ncme Asml by weekly orders.2
initial payment and the rest in ten equal2
weekly payments. That's our Budget R a y tm ~ a
Buying Plan. It brings fine, clothing into-an"
line with other fine things that every man Suitsa d .vercoats.
should have, but that are seldom con-
Retioe o veycsoe.Te etw a u- -
venint o py fr al atonc. =as low as we can sell. We both profit. We're in business2
I to stay-not here to get rich from one year's students.=
THE =
= Suits $35, $55 Overcoats $30, $50
IT 'b~ TTuxedos $35
NEW STOCK
is- the new service idea of this store and Do' eiv ta-oyu
scores of responsible men and young men _V"
are already profiting, by it. Not a penny,
is added for this new service.
-_ a
mu~213 East Liberty Opposite Varsity -Laundry
= Our Store is down Liberty. So are _our Prices.w
Corner Main and Washington. R a h al "Classified" Cou n
Read he Dily Clumn

0. D. MORRILL,"
17 Nickels Arcade,
The~ Typewriter & Stationery

Store
tf.

______________________________ ! LjiIIctay, tb543i, L .U14 or wen1 Fl.
TWO tickets for Minnesota game. Call j Saturday -morning. tf.
7550. 42-43-44. !LtacT'Ihe Daily sell it for you thinu
___________________________________ - - -
Patronjze Daily Advertisers, the Classified columns.-Adv.

Wil take pride in the quality of our
work. You should take pride In our'
products. We cater to the -student
trade as well as the, town residents.
You are requested, to visit our shop
at your earliest convenience.
ARNOLD
State St. Jewelers--302 State St. tf.
ELSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil per-
ma~nent waving, and mareell waving
our specialty. 319 S. Main.- Room
202. Dial 4404. tf.
* TYPEWRJITERS
Rnbiiilt and second hand of all makes
biought,, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired and .rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and best service depart-,
nw.nt in Ann Arbor..
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store.
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
tf.
SCUIAEBERLE & SON,. 110 S. Main St.
The popular place for all kinds of
musical instruments. It pays to
trade here. th., f., sat., tf.
WATCH REPAIRING
Efcient work at reasonable prices
Edw. A. Clark, 1121 S University.
_'., f., sat. tf.
NOTICE--Buy the latest fiction at
Biddle's Book Store. 11 Nickels Ar-
cade. w x., f., sun. tf.
CHIRISTMAS CARDS
Personal cards should be ordered now.
God work requires time. Printing
anid engr~ving a specialty. Largest
anid linest selection. obtainable.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
tf.

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3 Snake
ll Dance!

IThe final whis-
tle--another
scalb. Every-
body on the
field hands on
the other fel-
low's shoulders

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lockstep-

~' I weaving in. and out,
- chanting, yelling. You
feel good -- and even in
the red hot exuberance of'
the snake dance you give . ..
a grateful thought to/
the firm, comfortable .®
feel of your snappy

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S~mit~mat~hoe
4 They Stay Smart With Long Service
Dietzel's Shoe .Store
"Where Styles Orignate"
117 East Washington St.

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a well ordered

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the straight shooter.

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ferred by that type of man&
Arthur F. frlarquardt
Custom Tailor
6o8 Least Liberty

Christmas Greeting Cards

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Sample books of Personal Cards now ready and at

your service.

Leave your order early.

WA UNIVERSITY
V~t~iI~42~BOOK STORE

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