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ble Class will It is confidently expected that the
r meeting this will keep up its usual high int
k. There will and large attendance to the close.
etings of this Bertrand Bronson will play a v
t school year. number this number.-Adv.

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SATJU
VAUDEVILLE

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LASSIFIE
ADVERTISING

THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

WANTED
D-Salesmen to sell the Wat-
by during the summer; a
water motor that saves work
kitchen. You can make from
$15 a day. For further partic-
write National Home Appli-
Co., 50 Garfield Blvd., Detroit:
172-5
D-A number of students to
up an exceptionally well pay-
roposition in Detroit during
ummer months. If interested
or Mr. Lieber at Allenel Hotel
four this afternoon, or Satur-
173-2
D-Lady and two 'nephews,
its, want three or four rooms
ght housekeeping for the fall
Write Box W, Daily, or call
x, 691-J. 174-2
:D- Rooms near the Campus
ext year, by two instructors.
with no other roomers prefer-
Call 66-W and leave address.
174-3
:D-Three room suite for next
y three upperclassmen. South
ide. close to Campus prefer-
Call Malloch,' 2139-W. 174-3
;-Young man to work a few
as part payment for room dur-
ummer. Address C. S., care
an Daily. 173-2
;D-Room for two upperclass
on southeast side of campus
xt year. Call A. H., 519-J, aft-
ner. 172-3
fD-Single room in good home
perclassman. Must be few oth-
dents in house. Address R.
Daily. 172-3

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Airedale Dog, 1 year old, tan
legs And head. Back black and
grey. Wore shoulder harness and
answers to name Jingo. Alpha Rho
Chi, phone 1366. 172-3
LOST-A knitted sport coat. Between
Ann Arbor and Groomes Beach,
Whitmore Lake. Finder call 189
and ask for Sam Riggs. 174-2
LOST-Saturday-Black leather watch
fob, with Sigma .Xi key. Name on
back, Earl G. Sturdevant. Reward.
Call 1110-R. 173-3
LOST-Bunch of keys on Ferry Field
Saturday, May 28, at Illinois game.
Liberal reward to finder. Call
1509-J. 172-3
LOST-Brown leather purse, between
'Library and So. University. Re-
turn at, Secretary's office. Reward.
172-3
LOST-A gold watch with "M" fob
in Chemistry Amphitheater, Wednes-
day A. M. Call A. Hess, 288-J. 173-2
LOST-One gold Eversharp pencil at
tennis courts, June 1. Finder please
call Boothby at 1521-W. 173-2
LOST-Ring set with three pearls, up
theriver Decoration Day. 'Reward.
Call '2287=W. 172-3
LOST-Kappa Sigma badge.. Finder
please call Earl Jeurs, 566, and re-
ceive reward. 172-5
FOUND-Pair shell rimmed glasses,
found at Wisconsin game. Call
1118-R. 172-3
LOST-Army discharge. Please call
Hunter, 1128-J. 173-3
LOST-Dunhill 34 pipe, Sunday after-
noon between Fair Ground's ten-
nis courts and Washtenaw and Hill.
Call Patton, 188. 173-3i
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-A large rooming house,
suitable for a fraternity, club or
sorority. In first class condition,
one block from Campus. 609 Mon-
roe St. Phone 2236-J. 174-3
FOR SALE-1919 For Roadster, fully
equipped, 1921 license and insur-
ance against theft, fire, liability and
collision. Price $250.00. Telephone
527-M. 174-3
FOR SALE-Harley-Davidson motor-!
cycle, good condition. Call at 6095.
Fi1fth Ave., or phon4 220-4. . 172-3!
FOI' SALE-Harley twin motorcycle;
good as new. Cheap for quick pur-
chase. Call 1881-W. 172-21
FOR SALE-1920 Ford touring car,
starter, good tires, good condition.
Must be sold. Call 1825-M. 174

The Michigan Dames and their
families will have their annual picnic
Saturday afternoon at the island. They
will, meet at 4 o'clock at Lane hall,
where the picnic will be held in case
of rain.
All University women who have lived
in Helen Newberry residence are in-
vited to attend a tea which will be giv-
en from 3 to 5:30 ;'clock Monday aft-
ernoon at the dormitory.
Girls taking part in the Maypole
dance for Lantern night will practice
at' 5 o'clock Monday afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium. It is very important
that all be present to fill out the
groups. This will be the last practice.
Extra practice for the archery tour-
nament will be held at 4 o'clock Mon-
day afternoon at Palmer field.
Girls who have been chosen to lead
each class in the Lantern night pro-
cession will meet at 12 o'clock Monday
noon in Barbour gymnasium.
Two Engageemnts Announced
Announcement was made Thursday
night at the Zeta Tau Alpha banquet
given at Foster's of the engagement of
Evelyn Naylor, '24, and Clyde V. Nut-
ten, '22L. Ifiiss Naylor is a member
of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, and Nut-
ten is a member of Alpha Tau omega
and of Gamma Eta Gamma iaw frater-
nities.
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of.Miss Victoria A'dams,
'22L, to C. Ellsworth Selmier, '23. Both
Miss Adams and Selmier are from Ann
Arbor.
IF IT IS
INSURANCE
WE CAN DO IT
Potter & AIIShouse
First National Bank Phone 2072
WHITE POLO
SHIRTS, $2.50
GEO. KYER

Theatre Fantoccini

BLANCHE SWEET
- n

SHOWING TODAY

THE MIDDLETONS
Funny Mannikins or Little

-- Also -

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RUSSELL SISTERS
Offer a Comedy Singing and
Talking Number
DOMAN AND DOMAN
Two High-Class Acrobats
and Wiry Contortionists

ARTHUR DEMINS.

"MALE AND FEMALE"

The Famous Minstrel and
Brilliant Conversationalist
W U ER T H
THEATRE

Cars leave
P. M.; at

6:10,
D. U.

7:10, 8:10
R. Station

YPSILANTI

w

SHOWING
T OD AY

7 .1

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ZANE CREY'S

"THE U. P. TRAIL"

With a powerful cast

o rent good rooms for
by four upperclassinen.
us, west or north side.
x G. S., Daily, or call
172-3

ED-White cook to cook for
rnity of 30 for tfie next school
Address box E. P., care of
174-3
ED-To buy two double deck-
ither with or without mattress-
d springs. Address G. G., care
172-3
FOR RENT
,ENT-Two single rooms and
suite for students during sum-
session. Phone 1192-J. 12431
tenaw. 173-3
ENT-Good rooms very reason-
priced for summer. Near cam-
Address K. B. H., care Mich-
Daily. 173-2
ENT-Two rooms, block and a'
from campus. Same price to
r two or three students. Phone
W. 172-5
ENT--Pleasant room with lav-
for summer. Near campus..
ess L. E.. care Daily. 173-2
ENT - To summer students,
large, cool. shady suites near
ampus. Call 2624-M. 174
LENT-To instructor for next
ge year, a fine strictly modern
Phone 736. 172-9

MARGUERITE DE LA MOTTE, ROY
S T E W A R T, KATHLYN WILLIAMS,
JOSEPH J. DOWLING, ROBERT McKIM
A Massive Picture of the Great West
A splendid, virile picture of the pioneer
days of adventure along the Union Pacific
Railroad where men from all over the world -

came to try their

luck at

gold-getting.

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POLLARD COMEDY

SCREEN SNAPSHOTS

COLLEGE MEN

fI

WANTED

1:

FOR SALE -Organdy dress. New. Cor-i
al pink. Size 36. , 220 So. Ingalls.
Bargain. 174.1

FOR SALE -1919 Henderson motor-
cycle,, fully equipped. 608 Monroe.
1$87. 172-4
IMISCELLANEOUS
WILL PERSON who topk grey cap
from Union cloak-room Saturday
noon. pl~ase return it to Maremont,
616 Church St. 173

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to handle a product of real
merit in their home towns dur-
ing their Summer Vacation.
Write and we will arrange foib
an interview.
THE RICHARDSON
SPECIALTIES CO.

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WUER-T H

SHOWINC
AT BOT",
THEATRES

ORPHEOM

644 Catherine St.,.

Detroit, Mich.

.

3 DAYS ONLY

- - Exclusive Engagement

Tuesday - Wednesday -Thursday;

- June

7-8-9

A

A DRAMA

VIVID AS"LIGHTNING

ORPHEUM

SHOWING
TODAY ONLY

h U

" Te 5Ke -Viper

CONSTANCE
TALMADGE

aj

A thundering message o love, honor

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a n d fervid

fi'meri canism

finds a new way to
win a husband in
MAMMA'S
AFFAIR,

The cast is

packed with

fangous

names-Careph Hughes; Ruth Stone-
house Jac Gilberi and many others

PRESENTATION UNDER THE

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AUSPICES OF

-MERMAID COMEDY

NEWS

ERWIN jPRIESKORN, LOCAL POST 46,
AMERICAN LEGION.

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CHILDREN, 25c

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