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The .Rugl'y
This model may be
had in tan and
black calf

Colorado is witnessing a second "gold rush" con aarable with 1tat cf a lialf a, century ago. Tihis_ tinge
"liquid gold" is the lure, :Rich oil strikes near Fort (Clins have miade that district a new mecca for prospec-
tors, with a rush for claims., Photo shows some of the derricks whicH are springing uip.

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,!Eu c aorPumps are the best. One narrow strp is good.
Buckles and two straps are resting after a long run.
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CASH RATES
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ii v:at- tv co LI to i lk Ilr~i po - or , 1"..
N iue c(--o1s per ctin :i 2gii;e fr tme r u r 1 e
Bas c-1 i -siI>cols i rei' Iat te I )aiy fiv
ilL Thiw 'i s iluildiuna *ullt irlllid Sio i~.
CONTRACT PATES
.S;,ei-ial -iai.0ni't.iir-d -n E J, ; t i:p i l.
LOST- A gold Nwa) ebfob :2tY1f r:'
on campus. (Call ;151, 1 -] i 2.°i
LO.(S'S' -Tofrl ise slte II gl>>ses ,o..ul
91 Sybil 5S.
ILOST-Bi der fountain plea with J. R.
Westhei iereni-uve1 i r-i U 'O1 (c
8 19b.-il iversii V 01 nir{ ; 71
Reward. 12-13-14.
LOST- (Green radifo e i-lv aet'or fo ;-a
to inWl bet mien.i it.~oiingnee
Building and "appall 11all. 1i (via rd-
Call Ardiussi 1 ::3 Wtlt{11,w,
LO ST-Between Wa inl t 0acid. XNow
IMedical 1 d ig o<t small puse cn-r
tfabing monley 0t(rd1two lhcys. lIn-
LOST--Small I- ilver nesh ju 3,S o-
dlay aft ernoon neaCacho,.un ii; )1A st
Dial 21069. 12 13-I;£"
LOST T--A 11:1 mlet roll, fcoi on a u
tan I)il1i, wiih l iown Ij(ord,
sofliew.la-SQ re1oi010'stl'ee t
Feb. 27.1R( Wod. (all N iLou 7717.
GLOST----Koppd PhC'i it i atlte tin
j ,a n ion, S:P ul ray. 'I",o I,
Phone (14724. I1.3-11 t
" O1iN I---i eathles hey (ase oito in ig
8keys, loser may IhIO eSIule by
calling and1 paying for 0 . IBx
69 lichigan D~aily, Press Bl1dg.
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NOTICE-Washing and Ironing dlone,
Isatisfaction guaranteedl. 9431Plium.
Phone 22388. 12-13-14.
*NOTICE-Mell Gillespie, teacher and
soloist, thirty years experience,
Mandolin, banjo, guitar, andl chord
construction. Telephone 4757.
f Wed,, Fri, Sun., tf.
Fine custom tailored (lotlies, in-
dividual fit, best workmranship, cor-
rect style, suit $35.00 and up. Albert
Gansle, 118 E. Washington. tf
NOTICE-Washing done at home by
expiert. Call 21570.
12-13-14-15-16-17.
ATTENTION--Bring11 in your Radio
key and see if you have one that will
open the lock. ;Betsy Ross Shop,
Nickels Arcade. 11-12-13.
NOTICE-DonX't wait for the big
Spring rush to lalce your order for
that new suit or top coat. Beautiful
patterns to select from. Two pant
suits $37.50, made to measure. T. B.
Lyons, Williams St. at Maynard.
12-13-14-15-16-17.
WHEN ITS any thing in Music or
1Musical Instruments see Schaberle
& Son, 110 S. Main St. tf.
P'ERPETUAL CALE£NDAR--A na me-
tic arrow finds thoelay of the wee!:
for any (late. Sed I25c (1 for >)
for this device together with the
mathematical formula upon whih

it is based andl rile for c alc Matih
results mentally. A. C. Wasibbrne,

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'.l I I4t11sRl'J;h
I tebu I lt and second hiand of all mlif,
lbotigit, sold, rented, exchanged,
cloavitd, repairedl andi ren it. Larg.
(st sttbckc andl best service depart.
111(111in Anu Arbor
0. D MOIMM L,
17 Nickels Arcade,
Ilfi Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dleir: L. C. Suith &g Corona
.1161A iIU'AFTY SUOP
tr09 B. JEFFEI{SON. IDIAL 22159'
i'PK~aN('t MARICEL 75 VENTS
SOFT I WATER SHAMPOO 50 CENTS
SIl;(iIAL ATTENTION TO H3AIR
CUTTING
EVENING AlPOINTMENTS
D)ON'T miss hearing "Putting on the
Style" "The Little Black Moustache"
Victor RIeordI 19913 at Schaberle
and,1 Son Alusic house. t.
Arnold's State St. .eweler
is now carrying a complete line of
fountain pens--all makes, all prices.
Whatever type you may need, come in
andt see us, we can satisfy you
Arnolds State St. Jeweler
3t12 S. State St. tf.
TlYP'E WItllIN 0 & Ml MEO6RAPIIIN0
Promptly and neatly done by compe-.
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-_
teem years.,
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nckels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Statonery Store
POSlTIO ' WAATTED
S ITUIATI ON WANTED-Good, man
coon:, can ive reference. Call 7784.
Russell, 211 N. 4th Ave. 12-13-14.
WANTED)
v'\AN11lI)Cok for fraternity house.
('all 8260 or 20 E. Kingsley. 13
IVANTED-20 men for summer work.
(uarantee $33.00 a week, for those
who can qualify. Phone Glidden,
21349 after 6 p. m. for appointment.
9-10-11-12-13-14
WANTED-A large house suitable for
a. frat ernity. Preferably one that is
already remodeled suitably. Box 66.
11-12-13.
FOR RENT
FOR DIENT-Single room in a new
house. Steam heat. Private family.
For business man or woman, meals
if desired. Dial 7796. 12-13-14.
FOR RENT-Large room, comfortable,
with private lavartory and toilet.
237 S. Ingalls St. across from Hill
Auditorium. 12-13-14.
FOR RENT-Washington Hts, 1438-
Txvo suites and bath, furnished,
about seven minutes walk from the
camupus, gentlemen preferred. Dial
8374. 11-12-13.
FOR RENT--Ideal rooms for students
$2.50 per week. 417 S. Division.
Phone 21974. 11-12-13
FOR RENT-Catherine E., 606, nice
large front room on first floor, bath
on first. Dial 7359. 11-12-13.
FOR RENT-Pleasant room suitable
for one or two students, reasonable.
421 S. Division. 11-12-13-14-15-16-17
FOR SALE
FOR SA~FE-Set of 50 Harvard Class-
ics. IHave not been ued. Cal
9354 nights after 7:30. 11-12-13

FOR SALE-A Victor portable phono-
graph, records including Red Seals,
excellent condition. Call Kassel,

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