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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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the team~ will be at least oewe
late in getting to outdoor work andl
may not get out before ten days or
two 'weeks.

ENTER ED INPOLE VA UL T Intramural Itemns

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B~aseball practice will be confined
to the cage longer thani usual this
sprin~g according to Lorenzo Thomas;,
superinitendlent of Ferry field. The de-
lay is due primarily to the wet weather
dluring the last three weeks.
~Last year the team left the cage on
March 14, but was forced to return
again after, four days. of practice on#
account of a snow storm.
It is estimated that the field can bej
made ready for practice in four or
five days provided the weather remainE
dry during that time, This me .ns that

DAILY TO PUBLISH BUSINESS
DIRE:COIY
Beginning next Sunday The
Daily will publish a classified
business directory in connection
with the classified departmewnt.
Representatives of The Daily are
busy selling space for the first
section to appear Sunday.

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Re ad the Want A 4s.

)TISTHSLA SSIFIE'
COLUMN
SES PM.ADVERT'"ISINGA, PM
MICHIGANI DAILY
O~a R Itts. Twq Oemu pet word a ds .da in aadv C. min-.
ifzmwx aaag. tdritrst day. ,. IWslmin Uaa e.Lv, 20dc Three
MmperW p" i Uchrgd White spu*e charged tar at rata
oSepemar ute Ibmf lld, carged only to those having phones.
IUar, Re4e: YT've esto per ha, wtbout coatract, pa1WIto, advance.
PAW no

Iaxtrainural o lci
that the coining inc
rmeet will he the
successful in the
partment by reascl
more than G60lhousc
meet, and several
iner Varsity stars
form for their chc
An indlividual eni
posted in the Intr
at present most of.
an average of two r
Preliminary heats
o'clock Monday nip
that some of the w
ones will have to
time as all of th~e
edl.
Less than half
that have signed up
filed their entries
They should see tot
the no entries will
5 o'clock today.
Read the
3ADRIAN-ANN ARB
I Schedule in Effect
D Central Time
P..A.M.
3:45 7:45 ...Adr'
I4:15 8:15 ... T1ecun
4 :30 8 :30 .... Clin

ials are expecting
Loor fraternity track
biggest and most
history of the, de-
n of the fact that#

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;es nave enteredthe tf'
freshmen. and for- fIiIIUItJInRIIIa;gwnRnItI]
are slated, to per-
osen organizations CALL 12691
try chart has been
,ramural office. and.
the fraternities en -
iavo signed up with
men for each event, O
will be held at 7
ght and it may be1
winners in the first !
perform a second El 1R
events are crowd jL~j
of the fraternities I ideal.
p for the meet have.
fo ahet=' this immediately as LEONARD MCCALLA, Prop. THE
1 be accepted after,
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Want Ads'
You will Enj
BOR BUS
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(Slow Time) C al~
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P.M. P.M. Excellent
rian .... x2:45 8:45
inseh ._ 2:15 8:15'
nton ....12:00 8 :oo ,

1othing Better
Than
:)D DURE MILK
ALWAYS
V'AND THE BEST
Mil1k and, Crean
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NOTICE___________ I iJ8EESS QOPPORTUNITY
The following Box Replies are at The -ATTENTION?
Daily Office: 18, ECP, SZF. Seniors and Juniors School of
NOTICE-Due to the fire'last evening; WeAe seeking to strengthen our
Joe Parkiers will be unable' to serve organization with college menan~
until Sun~day. Open . Sunday sure. womeni who have a knowledge o J
122 Bookkeeping or Accounting. We are#
DRY CLEANING AND PRESSIN(A a National organization and offer ei-
'called for and, delivered for $1'25 a tiger, pernmanent or vacation. period
atuit. Phone: 165. White Swap work in your home locality to those
Cleaners. ~ 11.7-6 who are interested. Good Monley
E right from the start with opportuni-
45. CENT COFFEE 35c. Pierces Cash. ties for splendid advancement for
Stores. 118-20 those who qualify. For informationl
write now, toI
U. S. A. 'Corporation, 504 Benoist
- Bldg., Bt. Louis, Mo. 110-21

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::15 9:15 .. Saline .11:t15. 7:15
5:4; o:4 Arknn \rborL~v. 10:45 x:45
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
D--Dily.X-Daily except Sundays
Iand H olidays. Friday. and Saturday special
')us for stuedents leaves Adrian 1 :45, leaves
Ann Arbor 4:45.
f 1AM1ZS H. F~'LLIOT'V, Proprietor
Phone 46
TOLEO- AR. ARBOR BUS
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Going North A. 31. P. M.
Lv. Toledo 7:00 10:00 2:.00 5:00
Arr. A. A. 9:35 12:35 4:35 7:35
fGoing South
LvT. A. A 7:00 10:00 2:00 5:00.
Ax. Toledo,9:35 12:35 4:35. 7:35
EASTERN TIME
SUNDAYS AM)D IIQLI)AYS
Woiu North A.N. P. M.

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338 Maynard St.

South of Majestic

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WA.&N t EDa-StLudent. salesmen, fox
spring- and summer 'vacatilon';" also
spare time. Big money in selling
best line of household necessities
on th~e market. Spring vaoation will
Fsoon be here. The antidote for fail-
ure is preparation. See. me Satur-
day p. in. Fredi T. Wall, 402 E. Jef-'
ferson St, 122

1 STUDENT AGENTS
Make Big Money Selling
RAIO CIGAR LIGHTEP.S
An imported novelty. A lighter that l
always works. Send no money. Write

The two Afichig~anz Vaulters are expected to place in the Big rPen indoor
track meet tonight at Evanston. BrocOker, recently toolk first place in thec
pcale vault at the Illinois relays with a: jumpy of 12 feet, 8 and 1-2 inches.
while Prosser tied for fourth place. Prosser, was slightly under form at
that meet but is able to do around 12, feet, 3 inches with little difficulty.
Brooker is almost conceded first place in tonight's meet while Prosser is
expected to follow him closely fn thc. leap for points.

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Two, Fa~ctors: Always Assured When~ You Purchaser
Milk a, d Cream

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WANTED-By Julne 15, three-room In-
Sfurnished apartmt-ent for studentl
"._ and wife, situatednear campus. Ad-
' dress Box B.A.C., Michigan Daily.
117-7
,WANTED--Roommate, front suite,
congenial home. Halt block from
campus. 624 Tappan. Tel. 1119-R.
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W3ANTED -Students to assist profes-
sional salesman during Spring Va-
cation. Call at 625 Church between.
R and 2. 119-4
WANTED--Typewritinig, copying" of
notes, letters, theses, etc. Mrs. Wi's-
bin. Phone 586. 121-2j
SWANTED-To rent single garage nearf
corner of; Packard-and Hill. Cafl
776-R. 121-3.
WANTED-One ticket to Soph. Prom.
Box J.G.A. 121-x"
FOR SALLE
FOR SALE-Remington Portable
Typewriters. Call. Black, student,
dealer, 432 Thompson, 1128-3.
'115 5.1'
FOR SALE..-Two May Festival cou-
pons. $2 apiece. Phone ,431-F-2.
122-2
FOR SALE- A new, modern, seven
'room bungalow and corner lot, $560
down. Call 1386=W. 121-;1
FOR SALE-Conn C soprano saxo-
phone. Good condition.,- Box T.L.C.
121-3
FOR SALE-Two May Festival. Cou-
pons. Telephone 781.-R. 121-3I
FO~IR RNT
FOR SALE-"Corona" Portable Type-
writer. Excellent condition. Call
M. Sandberg. 3441-W. 122
FOR RENT' ROOMS-Warm, quiet
room. Single . or double. 217 S.
Fifth Ave. 122-2;
FOR RENT--Rooms with or without
board.' 711 Haven Ave. 402-W.
120-6
Two light housekeep~ing rooms, 2141
S. Ingalls St. Tel. 854-J. 122-2
IGAR.D
Real cream and the best coffee, not
only for breakfast, but. for dinner
and supper.. Y. W. C. A. Cafeterla,
'ry 122'
For Snappy Service at breakfast or,
any other, time, try R E X ' S CLUB
?LUNCH, where Toasted Rolls orig-
inated. 122-50
THE~ IDEAL. AFTERN~OON LUNCH-
SKREAM~ KOFFEE KAKE and coffee.
SRex's Club Lunch. 114-,50.
KODAK FINIS11190

for particulars.
I THE. MODERN SPE3CIALTY CO.
1147 Grandview Avenue,
COLUMBUS, OHIO
115-21
'[F you want to try the selling game,
spring vacation see H. J. Leader, 622
*E. Liberty., Phone 3221-J across;
from Spedding Studio. 109-50
LOST
LOST-Black coin purse containingX
*ring key and gold rosary, orf South
State St., or interurban. Beward.
Call 349-3. 122-2,
LOST-Pair: of tortoise shell glass#
in leather, case. Phone 2717-W.
122-2
LOSS'-The press in my trousers.
Found at Greene's. Call 1449-M.
121-50
LOST-One ring of keys. Finder cal;
'296-J. 122-2
M~ISCELLANEOUS
YOU GET PROMPT AND ACCURATE
service When your MANUSCRIPTSI
are TYPED by EXPERTS at BID-
DLIIIS BOOK. STORE. 11 Nickelsz
Arcade. 111-50.
KILL TWO BIRDS with one stone.'
Send your 'dry cleaning and press-
ing along with your laundry to the
White Swan people. Phone 165.
117-E,
SAVE MONEY on your groceries at
Pierces, Cash Stores. 118-20
USED CARS

PURDUE DEFEATS INDIANA all around work' of Eversman of Pur- Arr. A. A. 10:35 1:35 8:"00
INY LAST, BASKE CONTEST due featured the game. G~oing South
Lvt.'A. A. 8:00 11: 00. 8:30,
'Bomigon ndT~r 1-(B .Liberal Club Convenes Ar. Tel. 10:35 1:35 11:05:
#The Liberal club held a regular i C~sLaeCutns
P.)-Purdue came from behindt and j meeting. last night at the Uion Dis- CaLev Cut!os
defeated Indiana 31 to 29 in the clos- j cussion of topics of current interest
ing Western Conference basketball maIde up the main part of the evren- R a h ~ n d
gamy, of the. season here laf night . I n- igsporm
diana led at the half. 17 to 14. Thic

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IRVINGI WAIOI OLTS, D. S. C.
CHIRQPQ DIST
707 N. Ulybersity Phone a 2652
SUNDAY DINNERI
Menu
Soup
Wafers olives Celery
Prime Rib Roast Beef, anu jus_
Fricasse of Chicken, with Biscuit_
Asparagus Tips on Toast
Mashed Potatoes
Rolls.
Fruit Salad
DESSERT
Home Made Apple, or" Raisin Pie
Fresh Strawberry Sundae
Vanilla Ice Cream
Tea. Coffee Milk
12, to 2 p. m.-Price $1.00
Private Banquet Hall
W 11LLPhone 173 315 S. State St.

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Carefully Solected..Dairy. Products Are Cleansed by.h
Pas euwization
For the best call..423
Th re..irn ,.Arbor Vairy Co.

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Where wear and
comfort meet!
In this ,brand-new Walk-Over oxford,,
wear meets comfort in tough but supple
calfskin. Warranted Walk-.Over wear
is in the heavy, oak-tanned soles and
strongly stitched uppers. Supreme
Walk-Over comfort is in the wide,
room~y toe and smooth, easy instep.
Style is in every curve and line.
k'a6F l'e
115 S. Main Street

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SUNDAY
SPECIAL
BRICK

FRENCH CHOCOLIATE~
PINEAPPLE $1 ERJBET
FIC.NuT

A Healtbful Habit!
Leading e-xperts- on diet pucie
milk and its produc~ts first
am~ong essen~tial foodsi.
Conn or's Ice. Cream~ is pure
milk in its most palatab~le form,
no~urishin~gingredienlts. -
/To balance you diet eat Con-,
nor's every -day.
for its pui~rty, dellcJiwu,.
ness, snmootbness,. and
richness..

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1BEST BUYS IN USED CARS
Fords from $60 to $165.c
1919 Oakland Roadster, '23 license.'
'21 Ford Coupe.
'18 Dodge Touring.
'21 Studebaker Light Six Coupe.
'21 Studebaker Light Six Touring.
(Five Cord Tires)r
PAUL ZAHNER
303 N. Fifth Ave. Phone 3197,

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PAT. OPI

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SHOE FACTORY
ANN .ARBOR CUSTOM~ SHOE FAC-
TORY.. Bring your repairs where
shoes are made. Crepe soles at-
tached to your shoes. $2.75. Bring
them in today. Made-to-measure
orders-one week service. Satis-
faction guaranteed or money re-
turned. 534 Forest Avenue. Call
304$. 108-21.
CLEANERS AND PRESSERS
~GIRLS, if, you are real particular'
'about the way your dresses and
clothes are cleaned, send them to
us. White Swan Cleaners. Phone
165. 117-6
CLEANING, $1.25-Pressing, 35 cents.
Laundry Agency. L. 0.. Clapp, 1119
S. ,University. 121-50 i
DRESSMAKING
SPRIkG DRESSES made-suits re-
llined-work, guaranteed--reason-1
able. 711 Haven Ave. 402-W.
112-50
FOR HIRE.

C. A. ,CONN RICE CREAI14 Co:, INC.

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Y O ,C h o ,A f r;To use poor ingredients in your baked goods-
When orderinig always be sure to specify the best in flour.

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for All Around.Use

Tuxedo s
EveningClothes
Golf Suits

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for Pastry

bFJLMS-Developed and printed by
our own photogrkphers. Leav~e
jfilms at any of our stores today,
get prints tomorrow night. Calk-
ins Fletcher Drug Co. 109-21j
REAL-ESTATE

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FOR HIRE-Enclosed car, with or-

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