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TI- RI DAY, OCTBER 14, 1926,

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Sad Muslc Today
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Mysterious - Gripp)ing
in "THE TRAP"

THE MJQHI'GA! DAILY
S If you are a telephone subscriber call Jirrimep
the ztd-Faker, Dial 21214, and ,your' want at ''
will be charged.
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
classify alli wants ads tinder appropriate head-
ings and to revise or rithhold objectionable.
This column closes at 3 P. A1.. date preced-
ing ptiblication. Notice of an~y error must b t
given n time. for the second insertion.
Ten cents per reaiin lne(on The bsso.
{fv verge words to the line) fo'r one or two
MR insertions.
Nine cents per readting line for three or more
insertionls.
Cah classifieds received at the Daily officie
1in The Press B~uilding on Maynard Street.;
CONTRIAC~T1RATES
Special. standairdised' rates gzeij on apia

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FOUNDl-Automatic pencils whichi weI
sell at a low figure, $.50 to $1.50 that
~work~ as 'well and last go, long as the
test. Rider's 'Pen Shop. t
FC'9R4NT - ,squerate 4. l alow-
?en C tuzpes. for. rent."tIrs. Spaul-
ding, 115 9;l~.Lberty. Call 3581.
16-16
F( REIN -LA doble., T-0 9or. half
interest In a double room. 502 E.
efer~z a Da. X1297. 456

FOR RENT I VWTF0
FOR RENT--Double and single room,, dNI A(ouible desk. Call 4613
convenient to downtown. D~ial 8204. ai md askc for House AMager. 15-16
15-16-17
W ANTED - Four seats for Minnesota
FOR RENT-New cleaned sinle game. Call Ross 6293. 15
double rooms. For business oar 1rai-1 -
uate girl. 322 John St. 13-14-15 WtANTE--Students' laundry. Called

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FOR RENT-Two rooms (in new'
house), one for study, other for
sleeping. Price reasonable. Cood1
location. 336 S. Division. 13-11-5,
FOR RENT-Large well furnished
first floor suite, with good sized pri- I
vate lavatory. Dial 6057. 1-41
NOTICE-First class repair work on
all1nmusical instruments at Shab-
erle & Sons. 110 S. Main St. tU
FOR SALEI
FOR SALE-Ford touring, excellent
condition, ready for any trip. Bum-
pers front and rear. $25 cash. Phone
Chase, 21917 at meal hours.
15-16
FOR SADE-Tuxedo, size 36. Worn'
only once, will sacrifice for half
price. all 402 S. Observatory or
Phone 3695. 15-16-17
FOR SALE-Ford touring, 5 good
tires, $45. Phone 2188, 517 E. Mad-
M~on. 15-16-17
FOR SALE-A. Nash Co. Suit, Ovr-.
coat or topcoat, made to measure.I
$23.00. Guaranteed fit. Phone 21073.!
14-15-16 t
FOR SALE-C Melody Saxophone ;
good condition. Call 4478 Kuchnle.
14-15-16
FOR SALE-Police pups for sale, 21
males, 2 females, 21 weeks old,
weigh 30 pounds; finest ped. dam
Judy Stud Astor von Waldort. W.
Dickson, 312 N. 4th avenue. 12
~clo el4 afternoons. Tel. 21262.
14-15-16
FOR SALE-Two tables, 3 ft. x 10 ft.,
suitable for fraternity or boarding
house. Phone 301. 14-15
FOR SALE-B fat Albert System1
clarinet, $35.00. Buescher Silver
Plated B fiat Trumpet, $55.00. 903
Mary St. 13-14-15
FOR SALE-Ink is the life blood of
your Fountain Pen. You will always
get the right kind at Rider's Pen{
Shop. We sell no ink substitutes or
kinds which clog-your pen and make
it useless. Your pen and ink spe-
cialist knows. tf;
FOR SALE-Latest model Remington
Portable Typewriters. All machinss(
guaranteed. For free demonstra-
tion phone Dial 3489. 5e..d.tf1
LOST
LOST-Gamma Phi Beta pin. Mono-
gram of Greek letters in white gold
on a black crescent. Name on back.
Return to Barbara Wheeler, 1520 S.
University. Phone 22217. 14-15
NOTICE-New Victor Records, Ortho-
phonic recording. Every week at
Schaelberle & Sons, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
"LOST-All desire to promote highly
colored pens, necessarily nmade o
celluloid, at a great sacrificla of sta-
bility to attract the eye and assist
the advertising. Our pens are made,
almost without exception of PURE
VEGETABLE GUM RUBBER, the
most stable material eer found for
fountain pens. Rider's Pen Shop.
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WANTED-Three tickets for. Minne-
sota game. Call 21697 in the ven-
ing. 15
WANTED-Tntor. for Spanish. Must
knowv language well. Address Box
118 Michigan IDaily, Press Build-
ing. 15-16-17
WANTh.D--IS5 students to sell on
IFrry Field for t he M\ichigan-Minn-
sota gamrne. For particulars see I<
IT." Fradenburgh, 116 North State,
Spaulding Apartments, Apt. 9, be-
tween 12 and 1 or after 5. 14-15
IW A N TrE D -Se nior engineer w ish es
room near Washtenaw above South
U. Desires to be only student in
house. Box 117 Michigan Daily.
14-15-16
WANTED-Young and healthy men
weighing 150 pounds or more to act
as blood donors at University Hos-
pital. Apply at Ilouse Physician's
office. 12 to 17 incl
WANTED-Hland ironers, presure
and mangle workers. Steady work
and good pay. U. of M. Laundry.
East Washington.
I ~10-11-12-13-14-15
WANTED=,-Students to know that we
have a $5.00 pen which is unequalled
at, the price. Call for Wahs 'ew
$5.00 p~en, any style of ?oint and in
three colors .Hard Rubber H-olders.
Rider's Pen Shop. if
AOTICE
Thursday, Oct. 15th, the Tapestry
Store at 119 S. Main street, Will offer
Beautiful Imported Tlapestry Panels,"
Special price $1.98, $2.98, $3.98 'and
$4.98 each. A beautiful Imported Pa-
nel given free. Saturday, Oct. 23rd, at
8 p. m. Call for free number on this
beautifuil panel, numbers free to all.
MICHIGAN DISTRIBUTING)
AGEiNCY 14-15
Silk Hosiery
YES, THEY'RE HERE
'Those lovely new Real Silk styles
fand colors-in fal and winter hosiery.
IAll silk from toe to top; . sillk with
special process lisle, feet and tops,
both full fashioned and regulars; silk
'and 'wool-solid fancy clors; com-
fortable out-sizes in twenty-eight
Istylish shades. Dainty Lingerie at
'factory prices. (See Ladies' Homne
Journal, October, page 74). Also-
for men "the best wearing silk (silk
and wool,. too) socks in America, bar
noise." (See Sat. Evening Post,.,Wt-
ber 9th, page 10).
REAL SILK HOSIERY. MILLS
Suite 5, 209 So. State St.
An invitation by. card for phone
(9592) will bring our service repre-
sentative. 13-tf
VOICE CULTURE-Pansy Johnson,
contralto;' graduate University
School of Music, pupil of Horatio
Connell, Philadelphia. Dial 4685.
904 S. State. 11 to 16 mdc
NOTICE-Pianos and Victrolas for
rent, terms right. Schaeberle & Son
Music House, 110 . Main St. tf
EXPERIENCED piano and pipe organ
teacher. Emma Fisher Cross, for-
mer faculty member School of Mu-
sic and pupil of Leschetzky of
Vienna. Studio, Apt. , 610 E. Lib-
erty. Phone 3566. lleodt

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You'll find it at the same old address-bu our
clothing department with its. impressive collec-
tion of exclusiye ollegeclothes, ready-tor-wear,:
all fresh and new this .season-is now ,in morp
commodious quarters on the second floes.
As smart a mnarl's shop as you'll find any-
wthere. And as attractive, as convenient, as
comfortable as an exclusive club. No detail
that could possibly contribute to your convene;

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There's the comfortably furnished club.
room or loungefor instance. A good. place to
meet your friends. To telephone. To, write let-o
Toer. T'z current newspapers, and miap-

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zies you'll fin~d th ereOr just to smoke and rvs.
This room is yo Urs-to use and enjoy. We
wnt -you to, use it. And as often as you dike,
You'll not obligate yourself in the lest.

Why not drp in today?

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