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QUALITY

ould paint your floors oftener if
:he house upset so long waiting
aer if you could paint one half of
ove the furniture over from the
he next day?
you can do with Lowe's Hard
fact, together with the way it
he reason it is used so muck on

WANTED
WANTED-Men and women for work
on Drill Press, Punch Press, J. M. L.
Operator, and for general work.
Wire wheel lacing and Tueng gen-
eral handy men. Good pay and piece
work. Steady job during vacation.
55c to 75c per hour per day rate, up
to $10 per day piece work. Can
_use about 200 men and 50 girls.
Good pay. Hayes Steel & Wire
Wheel Division, West Ganson and
Wisner Sts., Jackson, Michigan.
WANTED-Men with sales experience
and ability to sell electric cleaners,
washers, etc., in Sandusky, Ohio, and
vicinity, during the summer or all
year round, as you wish. Salary
and commission. I will interview
applicants June 4th and 5th at 427
Thompson St. Phone 1564-J, H. H.
Squire, Jr., of Squire Electric Coni-
pany.
MECHANICAL DRAFTSMAN wanted.
Must have general knowledge of me-
chanical building equipment such as
heating, plumbing, ventilating,
sprinkler, elevator, and sewer
work. Permanent position. Apply
Dort Motor Car Company, Flint,
Michigan, Construction Engineer.
WANTED-Senior 'Engineering Stu-
,dents who were raised on a farm
dents who were raised on a farm and
would be interested in employment
ternational Harvester Co. Please
communicate with S. W. Cady, Supt.
of Experiments, Int. Harvester 'Co.,
Hamilton, Ont.
ARCHITECTURAL D R A F T S M A N
wanted. Must have general knowl-
edge of building construction, in-
cluding reinforced concrete, struc-
tural iron, mill construction, etc.
Apply Dort Motor Car Company,
Flint, Michigan, Construction Engi-
neer.
WANTED-Three or four solicitors
for subscriptions to the Wolveritie,
to work during commencement week.
Ten (10) per cent commission. Ad-
dress, Wolverine, care of Daily.
State experience.
WANTED-Would like to rent house
about July. 1st or later within walk-
ing distance of University. Write,
Mrs. Corbett, 630 S. Weadock, Sag-
inaw.
WANTED-A, fewnice girls for wait-
resses at strictly private resort.
Work begins July 1st; closes about
Sept. 10th. Best of references. Ap-
ply at once to 417 E. Liberty St.
WANTED-To rent a small unfur-
nished house or flat 'for two adults
for the coming year, by mother and
son. Possession July 1st. Call
1716-.
WANTED-To rent for next year, six
room house or apartment. Lpcaton
South or East of campus. Thoroly
modern. Phone 152.
WANTED-Married student desires
small, furnished house or light
housekeeping rooms for next year.
Box E. H.
WANTE-First class cook for next
fall in fraternity with about twenty
six men. Must 'have references.
Phone 1016.
WANTED-Porter for' fraternity 'for
next year. Address will be 1005
Lincoln. Apply 606 Oakland. Phone
785.

CHURCH

Corner Huron and Division

NOTICE TO

PRESBYTERIAN

First in Series of Sermons

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COLLEGE MEN AND WON
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Sunday, 10.30 A. M.

LEONARD A. BARRETT,

Minister

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your address.

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FOR SALE
OR SALE-Two large houses, high-
ly desirable, first class location.
Suitable for Fraternities or Sorori-
ties. Ifs operated-as rooming houses
they -will yield 20 per cent of the in-
vestment. Pleasant rooms for the
summer. Address 602 Monroe and
522 Monroe. Phone 2612-J. Deal
with owner.

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FOR SALE-Student furniture. Oak
desks, swivel chairs, cotbeds, chif-
fonieres, dressers, green shades, 40
watt lamps, one desk,, lamps, bed-
ding, also very fine piano made by
the old- Heintzman Co.,. Toronto.
Call mornings 'at 110 N. Ingalls St.

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FOR SALE-Wooden packing boxes,
several sizes, suitable for shipping
or storing your books and other
personal effects. University Music
House.

WANTED-Small furnished house.
the summer. Marion Moon.
-Mack Rd. Phone 2308-R.

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FOR SALE-"C" melody Conn Saxa-
phone. Redently overhauled, first
class condition. Price $50.00. Call
Shaw 7i6-R or f09 Oakland.
FOR SALE-3 H. P. canvas covered
motor boat. As light as a canoe.
Engine weighs only 60 lbs. Phone
13.
FOR SALE-Spencer Microscope; per-
fect condition. Complete without
oil emersion, $65. Call-1808-M.
FOR SALE-Large rooming house one
block from campus. Suitable for
fraternity. 609 Monroe St. -

WANTED-Man for bookkeeper and
general office work. Middle aged
man preferred. Call 417 E. Liberty.
WANTED-Club of upperclassmen to
board for next school year. Box
E. G., care Michigan Daily.
WANTED-To rent, garage for' sum,
mer near, South University and
Church Street. Phone 2109.
WANTED-To buya good canoe. Call
Lewis, 2300. After 5 p. m. call 877.
WANTED-Canoe. To buy or rent for
summer. Call Cook, 951-M.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Desirable rooms, 2 suites
and 1 single for summer session. 3
blocks from Campus. 517 S. Divi-
sion, phone 2726-M.
FOR RENT-Two choice suites for in-
structors, ne.r campus. Telephone
736.
FOR RENT-Canoe. Summer session.
Call 1564-W. Davis.
The last meeting of the Upper Room
Bible Class, for the college year, will
be held at 7 o'clock this evening. It
is "Senior" night and most of the spe-
cial program will be given by mem-
bers of the graduating' class. All
"University Men" are cordially invit-
ed to be present.-adv.

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An advance illustration
of one of "Miss Manhat-
tan's" selections for the
Fall of 1920.
"OUwohien who appreciate the dash and
smartness of new apparel, yet desire the distinc-
tive styles of exclusive tailoring, and who must
have a satisfactory range of prices for next year's
wardrobe will profit inestimably by waiting un-
ti1 you return in the fall and purchase here a Suit
or Coat of "Miss Manhattan" design - a com-
plete display of which will greet you at the be-
ginning of the school year.

OR RENT-Large
facing campus.

room-
Phone)

.e FOR SALE-Underwood typewriter.
Standard type 12 in-ch carriage. Call

OR SALE-Banjorine.
gain. 1114-W.

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FOUND - A first' class Boarding
House. Didja ever eat any of Ma
Fa.ilings good grub? If you have.
you'll be interested. She's goin' to
move to 714 Monroe St. Board $6.50

Entrance 124 S. Main.

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