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TUESDAY, JULY 27, 192,6

THE SUMMER MICHILAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

POIC4REPICKS NEW CABINET

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WANTED
C lIZI TO, I care for club rooms onie
hour a flay. Call 6175. Margaret
Eaon, President. 32-33
FOR SALE
FO'(R SALE-"New suburban, 6 room
house. Full basement. Lot 66 by
132 ft. $3,50. Dial 21371. 31-32-33
LOST
LOST- -A large Amlethlyst ring. Hand
flmadle 111(1 mounted onl Silver. Lose
in U'niversity hall. Monday, between
4:00 and 6 :0(. Finder returni to
- lar ;area 1-lumnphreys, 544Thn-
Thm-son St. Phone 8227. 32
LOST -- On State or Packard, grey
squirrel fur. Call 5787. Reward. 32
LOST- In lavoratory of' Library man's
Gothamt wrist watch. Sp~ring strap.
SFinde(r please call 9117 or at 1617
W tashtenaw Ave. and receive re-
ward. 32-33-34-35-36
IOSl--Grown leather purse, cnan
cotan-g key and money. Reward. Mrs.
Rea ani, 931 Greenwood. 32-33-34
teamns, one complosed of white men
and the other of negroes, which at fre-
(luent intervals compete with profes-
sional baseball teams of Atlanta or
teams playing in Atlanta.
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Scientifically selected and
prepared foods
Special Sunday Eveninig Lunch
5to II
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and Tuesday
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A Fascinating Collection of
Summer Frocks
Summer is a season of brilliant colors and filmy femininle
fabrics--and if you would look your daintiest and best
you will find cause for rejoicing in this collection of
adorable summer frocks. Colorful gardens are rivaled i11
hue. For they include soft pastel tints or rich jewel
shades, as well as white. And whether you chose a
model for sports, afternoon or dance occasions, it will
pay you--and cause you to receive--many a compliment.

$5.95

$12.95

$16.95

(Second Floor)

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Liberty at Fifth

TALK about "talliteration's artful aid" . .. the
printer certainly raided the "gp" box that trip.
But let that go! The advice is just as serious and
sound as though it were couched in the careful
diction of an English prof.
just get yourself a jimnmy-pipe and fill the
bowl to the brim with Prince Albert. Light up,
and let the first fragrant whiff tell you that no
other tobacco is like P. A.-or can be! Cool
and sweet and fragrant, P. A. has everything a
fellow ever wished for in a smoke.
P. A. can't bite your tongue or parch your
throat. The Prince Albert process settled that
in P. A.'s freshman year. Get yourself °a tidy
red tin of Prince Albert today. The first load-up
will tell you why pipes are so fashionable among
young men today.
IORINI3E ALBERT
--no other tobacco is like it!

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P. A. is sold everywhere in
tidy red tins, pound and half-
pound tin h umidors, and
pound crystal- glass humidors
with sponge-moistener top.
And always with every bit of
bite and parch removed by
the Prince Albert process..
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