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1,1.-IDAY, OCTOBER 2 . w

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THIS &7 flMMAEM 1a iI
0lOUMI A COLVMK
CLOSES CLOSES
AT8 3P.I. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

Ty PiEWRITE-US
L. C. Smith, Remington, Royal, Un-
derwood, Corona and portables, sold,
renfed, c : tianged, cleaned and re-
paired. The largest and best stock
in Ann Arhor at considerate prices.
0. D. MORRILL

Rare Honor His

FOR SALE

NOTICE

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i Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery
Dealer: L. C. Smith and Corona
writers.
LI) ST

FOUNTAIN PENS
Over 500 Waterman, Conklin, Sheaffer,
'Eversharp, Swan, LeBoeuf. Parker,
Holland and others from which to
make a selection. Price $1.50 up.'
All good standard nationally ad'ver-
tised makes.
0D. 1. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
The' Typewriter & Stationery Store
FOR SALE-Harley Davidson moler-
' ycele and sidecar. In perfect con-
hdition. $65 cash or $75 time. 1107
South State, Phone 8784.
FOR SALE-A rt'enor saxophone. Per-
feet condition. Ansberry Apts.
Phone 22329.
FOUNTAIN F ENS
uy your Fountain Pens where you
get the good repair service. RID-
ER'S PEN SHOP, 302 State St.
VOR SALE-Savage 300 bolt action
1920 rifle. Absolutely new. Never
been used. 65 bullets and cartridge
belt. $49.00. Dial 22352.

TROJANOWSKI BEAUTY SHOP
Expert hair bobbing, marcelling,
manicuring, face and scalp treat-
ment.l
RAIN WATER SIIAMPOO
1110 S. University Ave. Dial 5535

Store
type-

LOST--Monday, a white gold Gruen
watch. Initials on back "A. H. 13."
Finder please return to J. F. Wuerth
Clothing Store or call Hathaway,
6594. Reward.

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ECOND HAND MacGregor golf clubs,
both right and left hand sticks.
Good condition. Also golf bags.
Call Holmes, 4518 in afternoon.

I INTING
We have an (,cellent new equipment
for doing letter work. New type
band it by skilled labor will in-
sure a i' iznftory art' npleasing job.
0. i1) v? 01101L
(17 Nickels' Arcade
The SI at i ieery & Typewriter Store
FOi'.NTAI1 P,N REPAIRING
CP+ rv i a t iry workmen 0do your re-
pair1n: all makes. 24 hour service
at Rl[ I -S N S101, : 2 State
Ei fI tE(O~i H NG & TYPE WRITING
\\ ok done by experienced operators
at mcd "rate rates in our own shop.
4) .l. MORRIL
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typowriter & Stationery Store
THE MA ilCEL SHOPIPIIJ, your satis-
faction our paramount aim. Open
evenings. 527 East Liberty. Phone
21429.'
SCilAEERL.E & SON-110 S. Main
St. The popular place for all kinds
of mui cal instruments. It pays to
trade here.
INK
Secure yourself against loss of your
notes. Use our ink. It won't wash,
off, wheli set. RIDAR'S PEN.
SHOP, 302 State St.
ANDERSON BEAUTY SHOP
Specializing in expert treatment of
scalp and face, rest facial renew
the most worn faces. Hair tintink
and dyeing given special attention.
Appointments evenings. 20 years
experience. Dial 3059. 527 E. Lib-
erty.

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LOST-Shell-rimmed glasses, cable Only five Americans are life mem-
bows on S. University. Finder ;bers of the Interparliamentary. Un-
please call 9817. on, seen to meet in Washington with
LOST--Tuesday afternoon, a half; delegates of many nations present.
circle pin of pearls. Generoas re- One of them is William D. B. Ainey
tnr I- Q ,(above) chaiman of Pennsylvania

IFOR SALE~ FOUNTAIN 13ENS8
1 ider's Masterpen. 230 drops ink ca-
pacity are selling fast. Have you
got yours? RIDER'S PEN SHOP,
302 State St.
1OR SALE-A and B Flat clarinets.
Plush case $208.00 outfit. Will sell
for $100.00 cash. Penzel make,
Boehm system. 502 E. Jefferson St.
Phone 7157.
WANTED
work. 312 South Division St. Dial
6328.
'WANTED-Hustler for local sales
work. Call Ypsilanti 1040-M be-
tween 7 and 9 P. M.
TENOR SOLOIST wanted for church
WANTED-Students to take orders
4or photographs. Call L. Leip-
schutz, student representative
Thurs. at 7 P. M. Dial 9761.
ANTED-Reasonably priced single
room within one or two blocks of
Press Building. For several weeks
only. Address Box 5, Michigan
Daily.
UDENT'S washings. Will call for
and deliver. Dial 8929.

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MUSIC
EMMA FISChER CROSS
Teacher of Piano and Pipe Organ.
formerly on faculty at School of
Music and pupil of Leschitizky,
Vienna. Studio 610 E. Liberty St.
Apt. 8. Phone 3566.
MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
er, thirty years experience; banjos,
mandolin, guitar and chord con-
struction. Telephone 4757.

PIPE-Orlik Dogout Saturday. Re-
ward $5. ,Call Bell 8566 and leave
name and number.
THE Tail off of a brown fox scarf,
a week ago Sunday near Maj. or on
State St. 22148.
LOST-Around State St. Platinum
brooch, 11-2 in. 'long filigree work,'
diamond in center. Call 8321 or re-
turn to 829 'lappan Reward

public segv'ice commission. Others
are Elihu Root of New York, Rep.
Theodore E. Burton, Ohio, J. Warren
Keider, Springfield, Ill., Richard Bart-
holt, St. Louis.
Paris, Oct. 1. - A Havas dispatch
from Athens says the Greek govern-
ment has decided unexpectedly to dis-
solve the Chamber,of Deputies, alleg-
ing that the nation has lost confid-
ence in it and that it no longer is rep-
resentative.

NESTLE PERMANENT Wave special
for October $15. Bentley Beauty
Shop, 106 E. Liberty. Phone 6373.

Walk~.- ver
$Tto$1

FOR RENT

lRST year medic wanted for room-
mate. 110 N. .Thayer. Dial 21815.

USED CARS
bR SALE-1924 Ford Touring $1251
A-1 shape.
NIXON'S
Open Evenings
,06 So. Main Phone 6914
TYPEWRITER RE PAIRING }

LARGE Study room in private home
for two men. Steam heat and fine
sleeping porch on Catherine one
block from State. Dial 9571.
LARGE Beautifully decorated room in
new private home with garage. In
nice residential section. Reason-
able. 1515 Morton Ave. Phone
4973.
FOR RENT-Large front room single
or double two doors south of Law
club. 631 Oakland Ave.
FOR RENT-One five and one six
room modern apartment between
campus and down towns. Newly
decorated and in excellent location.
Rent very reasonable. Owned by
faculty member. Phone 8081.
A LARGE Suite room for one or two
students at 721. Monroe St., Phone
7981.
ONE LARGE Front well lighted room,
for boys. Newly furnished. One
block from campus. Mrs. Edith An-
derson. Dial 3292. 527 E. Liberty.
FOR RENT-New suite, east south
and west windows. Also double
room and garage. Steam heat. 422
East Washington. Dial 8544.
SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR DAILY t

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aYoungMan-get hep,
to the style-pep step.
What's the new shoe style for fall? Be yourself,
boy friend. Don't ask questions. Ask for Walk-
Overs, and get the style-pep answer. Lamp this style.
Stick these out from under your elephants' pents,d
and ankle down the boulevard so far ahead of the
style parade you can't even hear the band., When
you walk in Walk -Overs, you keep in step with style.

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ie best equipped shop in the city
backed by eighteen years experi-f
ence.

0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
ie Typewriter & Stationery

Store1

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REG. 8a
PAT. M.

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TRADM ARI( EGL.JPT.FF.
BOOT SHOP
115 South Main St.

1 22 FqRD TOURING All new tires
,starter, demountable rims etc. Per-1
Ifect condition mechanicallty. Care
Sowned by mechanic. $75.00. Call
X9588.

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FAVORITES
Our toilet goods always prove favorites simply
because they have the distinction and quality.
And we have everything you want in this
line, too.
A store for all your toilet goods require-
ments is
Eberbach & Son Co.

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\A RUNIVERSITY
BOOK STORE

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200-202 E. Liberty St.

This is the time of year to equip your
rooms with the necessaries

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1NINE DAYS LEFT
to order that
t Oratorical Association Lecture
Course Ticket
By Mail
Mail Order to Treasurer,°
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for comfort
A DESK LAMP to make your studying easy.

An ELECTRIC HEATER to keep you comfortable.
An ALARM CLOCK to give correct time.
WASTE BASKETS to throw away your scraps.
ASH TRAYS and CUSPIDORS. Don't fail to see our stock,
as it is always complete.

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