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CLOSES CLOMsI
A3 P.. ADVERTISING AT 3 PA
--_ WANTED
NOTICE -- -_-__ -_
WOMAN graduate to share a new
HOME LAUNDRY-Work called for 3 room apartment. Near cam-
and delivered. Uniforms a spe- pus. Call 8744. 133
cialty. Students' work solicited. WANTED-Tenors and basses for
Phone 774F3. 92 chorus choir. Phone Mrs. Rhead,
MEALS SERVED to men and wor- 9621. 114
en students at 517 E. Ann-S WOMAN graduate student to share
minutes from campus. Special apartment. 3 room, new apart-
rates by meal, day or week. ment near campus. Call 8744.
Phone 22346. 118mp 120
ANY intelligent person may earn WANTED-Student laundry neatly
good income corresponding for done. Experience. Socks darned
newspapers; all or spare time; and buttons replaced free. Will
no canvasing; send for free book- call fo and deliver. Call 23365.
let; tells how. Heacock, 410 Dun call
Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y. 50 104
WASHINGS - Student and family
FOR RENT washings. Called for and deliv-
ered. Phone 5244. 108
FOR RENT-Suitable for professor, e P2
instructor, or graduate student. FOR SALE
Attractive room. Private en-
trance. No other roomers. Garage Female. 5 months old. Reason-
available. 1206 Brooklyn Ave Femal months
Inquire between 5:30 and 7:3 able. Dial 22367. 75
P. M. 116 FOR SALE-Extra fine, grade Rac-
CAMPUS, NEAR-Large well fur- coon coat. Exceptionally dark,
nished room in private home. thick furred collar. Balance of
Twin beds. $5 for two. Phone coat, finest of prime dark North-
6535. 119 ern :accoon skins. Sizes 44, easi-
ly reduced to size 42. Coat orig-
SIX ROOM HOUSE-With garage inally cost $700 at Newton-Annis.
in fine residence section. Also 5 Worn not more than five times.
room Pat with garage if desired. Will sell for $350 cash.
Inquire 1301 Granger. 117 John W. Bachelor, M. D.
___ -~----- 47 N. Washington St.
FOR RENT-At 425 5. Division. Oxford, Michigan. 112
Large suite and single room.
Price reasonable. Phone 22352. LOST
103 LOST - Girls light weight tan
514 E. JEFFERSON-Block from sweater. Probably on Hill or
campus, front suite, also large South Univ. Phone 6352. 115
living room, $6 for one, $7 for LOST-Small green fraternity pin.
two.99 Initials W. D. B. Reward. Phone
TWO APARTMENTS---1 with private 23281, Ext. 36, Room 568. 100
bath and shower. Also double LOST-Red Chow dog. Liberal re-
rooms. Steam heat, garage, dial ward. Mich. Daily. Box 2.
8544, 422 E. Washington. 89 110
SUITE, $5-Running water, private LOST-Black and white Parker
house. 1007 Forest. Instructor or fountain pen. Finder please re-
graduate student preferred. Gar- turn to Room 399, Jordan Hall.
age available. 101 Phone extension 26. 106
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Students Supply Store
1111 South University Ave.
Engineers and Architects Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Typewriting and Pound Papers
College Pennants and Jewelry
Leather Goods

9 Browning,King&Co.
Suits
and the Men Who Wear Them
C IHALLENGER SUITS took the lead
immediately w h e n, introduced-and
leaders took the suits. They have been corn
mended by 'professional men, executives,
group leaders, public officials, club and
fraternity men
They are that kind of suits!
To begin with, the fabrics are distinctively
styled and beautifully loomed-just the
effects that gentlemen like to wear.
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Fall showings include complete lines of
models for every build with style touches for
every taste.
Still gaining in popularity. Still maintain-
ing all the good points that have won their
prestige. And still offered at the lowest price
at which such suits can possibly be manufac-
tured, even with the greatest facilities in the
world at our command.
~25
With extra pair of trousers, $30
Six months satisfactory
wear, with normal care--
or your money will be
promptly refunded.
Challenger Topcoats, too-
Marvelous Values at $25

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