THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WORK ON CLEMENTS LIBRARY
RESUMED AS STONE ARRIVES
After nearly four weeks of suspend-
ed work on the new Clements library,
construction has again been resumed.
With the receipt of a new shipment of
stone the cornice Jalong the north]
elevation of the building has been
placed and the structure is assum-1
ing a form more suggestive of the
Laying of the stone along the front'
elevation of the building is progress-
ing as rapidly as the receipt of stone
permits. Although the work has been
slowed up much by the shortage of
stone, it is hoped that the building
will be completed during October, ac-
cording to the original schedule.
German experts, have leased three
mn airplane factories in Holland. The~
FIluy FOR~ Zeppelin company is active in a fac-
tory on the Swiss side of Lake Con-
stanza, and at the same time has leas-
ed an Italian factory near Genoa and
-----is organizing a company for aviation
DICTS VERY RAPID construction ner Seville, Spain.
TH OF AIR
ERVICE Ann Arbor Custom Shoe Factory,
shoes tailor made to suit your Indi-
vidual taste. Sport shoes our special-
HQW MUCH MONEY DO YOU NEED?
Do you want to make $6.25 an hour? Dorothy did it, Talking
Flowers. People everywhere hungry to hear her story. Ralph
cleared $1,000.00 in a few weeks, with plenty of time for rec-
I CAN USE YOU all or part time during vacation. Easy, Agreeable, Attrac-
tive, Big Paying, Honorable Occupation - Short Hours - Your Own Boss.
Not Canvassing Job, or Book Selling Scheme-No Heavy Load to tote around.
Previous Experience not Essential.,
Welcome, and Big Business awaits men or women talking my subject. Act
quickly if you are interested in securing particulars.
KENNETH MACKENZIE, 90 Park Rowe, Lepark, Penn.
C63 P.M. LA SIFIE COLUMN
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.t .
WANTED- Several active ambitious
Students who want an opportunity
to make money during summer
months. Mr. Ellis will be in Ann
Arbor, Monday next. Call on him
at Allene Hotel1promptly at 10 a.
i., 3 p. i., or 8 p. m. This may
be the opportunity you have been
seeking. Better get further partic-
ulars.. Guy W. Ellis Real Estate
Company, Detroit, Michigan. 178-3
WANTED - We have openings for
three or four college men who have
selling ability and are willing to
work eight hours daily. Address
Gerald A. Eubank, Manager for
Michigan. Canada Life Insurance
company, 408-10 Union TrAstBldg.,
Detroit, Mich. 176-5
WANTED-District manager for Ann
Arbor and Washtenaw County. Great
opportunity for high class salesman.
Life Insurance experience prefer-
red. Address J. B. McLean, 911 Pru-
den Building, Lansing, Michigan.
WANTED-A number of young men
to sell "The Aerometer" for Ford
cars. More miles, more power, less
carbon. Every Ford owner a pros-.
pect. See W. P. Hendershot, Jr.
WANTED-A cook and a male helper
for fraternity. Preferably husband
wife. Wated for' one week this
year, and all next year. Address
Box D. J. L., Daily. 177-3
WANTED--One or' two comfortable
rooms by two Seniors for next fall.
Prefer Southeast part of city, and
home where no other students room.
DailyBox C. F. N. 178-3
WANTED-Experienced college mus-
iians for summer resort engage-
mentg. State fully i first letter.
Wim. Goodheart, Jr., 6022 Woodlawn
Ave., Chicago. 179-2
RADIO MEN WANTED-Salesmen un-
dersta'nding radio sales and install-
ation. FExcelent prpositioi for live
wvires. The Ridogf~ne Co. Call
WANTED-To show you a pen that
won't ru dry in the iiddle of an
epaw. 4t Cilege Inn. Iider's Pen
Shops, 308 $. State St. 169-21
WANTED- A foreign Student, com-
petet cook, hsewOrk, wants posi-
tifn in summer. City reference. Box
N. N Daily. -
OIEF WANTED-To cook for fra-
terpity of thirty men next year. Ad'-
dress communications- to Box T. R
WANTD-AgNT to sell atomo-
bile dimming deie. Apply at once
at 415 W. Huron or call 2389. 179-2
WANTD--Work of any kind by Hin-
loo student for summer. Refer-
ences, 990-J. 179-2
WANTED-Te buy one or more can-
oes. Phone 2312. G. R. Swain, 178-3
WANTED-Soprano Saxaphone. Call
2489-1. -17 8-3
SUMMER WORK - Choose a selling
job unaffected by the business de-
pression. 1. Remember we doubl-
ed our yearly output since the de-
pression. 2. Remember our nation-
al advertising pushes our goods. I
this we ,rank eight in the united
Mates. , bRe rer we carry a
double lime of goods, but rarely have
oeeasion to sell the cheaper line.
People still prefer quality. See us
very soon. We will telegraph your
territory reservation. Last call. Ful-
ler Brush Co, 301 First National
Bnk Builing, 179
MANUSCRIPTS accurately typewrit-
ton by experienced typist. Biddle's
Book Store, 11 Nickel's Arcade.
E. NORMANTON BILBIE, teacher of
Violin, Piano, Harmony. Studio, 307
N. Main Street. Phone 611-M. 170-21
FINE COLLECTION of old violins,
bought in Europe, to be seen even-
ings, 307 N. Main St. 169-21
TYPEWRITING - Theses accurately
typed and neatly' bound. 1443-M.
Miss Clark. 176-3
KENNEDY'S FIRT orchestra is at
Wampler's lake this Sunday night.
NOTICE-Summary of final examina-
tion in English History at Wahr's.
t FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Rooms for Summer
school. Cool and well furnished.
Three blocks from campus. One
block from corner State and Pack-
ard. 822 Oakland. -Phone 2378-W.
FOR RENT -- Rooms, for group of
summer instructors or students.
Good location. With meals as de-
sired. Reduced prices. 1021 East
Huron St. Phone 481-R. 179-2
FQ- RENT-Five room house com-
pletely furnished, 1-2 block from
campus. Available from June 15th
to Sept. 15th. Call 1121-J. 224 So.
rTwelfth St. 179-2
FOR RENT - Rooms for Summer
School. Well furnished and Avell
ventilated. Attractive neighborhood.
710 East Ann St. Phone 71-M. 177-3
FOR RENT-Room and board in pri-
vate family for two Sophomore girls
for next fall. Call 2615-J for furth-
er information. 179-2
FOR RENT - For summer months,
three or five rooms furnished for
housekeeping or would rent singly.
Phone 2863-W. 178-2
FOR RENT-Large, newly furnished
room with running water and dorm-
itory, for next year. 1309 Washten-
aw Ave. 179-2
(By Associated Press)t
Genoa, June 2. - Gianni Caproni,N
the Italian airplane inventor and con-1
structor, considers the United States
today to be the best field in the world
for the development of civilian avia-
tion. He prepared and brought to
Genoa a comprehensive program for
aerial communication over Europe,
but this will have to wait, he said to-,
day, owing to the limited financial
strength of the various countries em-
braced in his scheme. "But in the
United States," the Italian inventor
continued, "civilian aviation promisesa
to make rapid progress.I
'"The country coversroughly about
the same area as Europe,tand all thel
elements for speedy growth are pres-I
ent. I hope to contribute to this
branch of American activity."
Germans are showing the greatest
activity in Europe, at the present
time, in the field of aeronautics, ac-
cording to aerial observers at Genoa
during the recent conference. Anthony
Fokker and Professor Junkers, both
Healthy, out-of-doors, muscle-
THE ANN ARBOR
wants workmen on paving, house
building, etc. We will establish
a camp and furnish sleeping
quarters free.- Also board at
221 FELCH ST.
Our tires a
I -"Federal an
ty. Bring your repairs to the place
where shoes are made. 534 Forest
ire the tires you need,
used will be the kind
Pays insist on"having
re and Supply Co.
d Goodyear" stand for
e and added comfort
FOR RENT-Suite of rooms arranged I
for four summer students. Boys
preferred. Phone 1724-R. 178-2
FOR RENT-Four unfurnished rooms
for housekeeping. Immediate pos-'
session. 226 Twelfth St. - 179-2
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment for
Summer school, half block from
campus. Call 2943-M. 177-3
FOR RENT--Nicely furnished rooms
for men. Phone 1194-M. 422 East
FOR RENT - .Rooms for Summer
school. Four blocks from campus,
Phone 685-J. 177-3
FOR RENT-Large, nicely furnished
rooms at 1$09 Waohtenaw for sum-
mer monlths. 179-2
LET THE Students Transfer Co. have
your trunks to the Depot. Phone
FOR SAL N,-- Home just outside of Ann
Arbor on State St., 9 rooms, mod-
ern house, beautiful lawn, shade and
fruit trees. One acre and house,}
$8,000-$1,000 down, balance on con-
tract. Also choice building lots. N.
S. Johnson, Route 6, Box 107. 179-2
FO RSALE -- One Peerless Cornet
B flat, silver plated. Nearly new.
With case. Call at 918 Catherine
between 5-6:30 P. M. , 179-2
FOR SALE - Tuxedo, slightly used.
Size 40 (Med.) Must be sold for
reasonable amount. Call 1566. 179
FOR SALE-Tuxedo, ice skates, skiis,
22 repeating rifle. Call Monday 8-12
or 7-9. 2345 Natural Science.179-2
FOR SALE - Hammond typewriter
with two types. 612 Church St.,
FOR SALE-Typewriter in first class
condition, $15.00. Phone 1415-W. 179
LOST-A Hales Chemistry laboratory
manual, containing address 603 E.
University. Please return to 832 E.1
IUniversity. Reward. 179-2
LOST-Gold Eversharp pencil, mark-
ed with the Pwners name. Call
Weatherill, 530. Reward. 178-2
LOST-Phi Mu Alpha Fraternity Pin.
Initials W. B. W., on back. Finder
call 613-R. W. B. ines. 178-3
LOST-A pearl pin, Mlvnday evening;
finider please call 1238-J or 1018 E.
University. Reward. 179
LOST-Diamond shaped gold pin with
white enamel letters S. C. Please
call 2226-M. 179-2
LOST-Top coat at M. C. depot, Thurs-
day P. M. Finder please call 265-M.
LOST-Alpha Phi pin. Reward for
return tQ 841 East University Aye-
t"OW--ai-Fo m Clthe
Not since before the war have you been
able to, get such wonderful clothing
values and today they are the most
wonderful clothing values in America.
In the name of economy you must not fail to, take advantage
of these ridiculously low prices.
SPORT MODELS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SALE
Come Down Today To
See is to Believe!
116 East Liberty Street
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