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_____________TI I E MICI GAN DATLE___

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A DVERTI SING

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COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

i CLASS IFI E S
C©UMNCLSES AT 8P M
DO YOU K1NOW w ve have the ms
Icompletely equipped plant in the
country for Repairing, Refinishing,
and tUpholster ing oftoin initure?
rPhone '381-W. P. P.iHarding 88-21

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The writers named are to speak on!
7D 0 Lthe literary lecture course, composed
D o ou K now 1Qof poets and novelists, of which Dor-
othy Canfield was the first to ap-

Thssan Court Sentene! 6 )r en with the army wene nl staff, char.r
Moscow, March 17-(By A.P.)-The with espionage in behbat fOf tt~b
Red Russian Supreme Court haas sen- military agents; all are of Latvian~or
tenced to (heath six mnen connected igin.

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norMte:Twol's Per MAM4wkbmo~t4, p""toa dvaie.
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KODAK FINISHING
F'ILMS--Developed and printed by
our own photographers. Leave
films at any of our stores today,
get prints tomorrow night. Calk-

NOTICE
The following Box Replies are at the
Daily Office: 18, SZF, ECP.
'B1ABY BLUE EYES" and "DEAR-I
E6ST." Brunswick record by Isharn
Jones. STOFFLEXT 11ONO SHO 0PS,
Nickel's Arcade and 110 E. Wash-
ington. 123-50
45 CFNT COFFEE 35c. Pierces Cash
stores. 118-2C
BU$I ESS OPJORTUNITY !
PROFITABLE VACATION WORK ,
MEN and WOMEN wanted to sell
NEW indexed Bible, just revised and
uip to the minuite. Free Salesmanship
Course and personal. assistance. Pas-
tors and S. S. Supts. supply leads. R~e-'
cent weekly earnings by beginners:
Myrtle Kirby, $49.75; Mrs. Adelblue
$48.50; Miss Krause, $42.10; Mr. Gee,
(first week) $67.50 ;Mr. Vanier, $62.25;
'Mr. Wolfe, $48.25; Mr..Kahier, $84.50.
Everyone succeeds by our plan. See
C. A. Cook, SAles Manager, at Lane
Hall, any day 3:30 to 6, or write fort
appointment. 123-501
STUDE.YrAGENTS
Make Big Money Selling
RADIO CIGAR LIGHTERS
An imported novelty.. A lighter that
always worka. Send no money. 'Writej
for particulars.
*TH-E MODERN SPECIALTY CO.
1147 Gratndview Avenue,
COLUIMBUS, OHIO
115-21,
IF Yot- ,AVE NIONEY to loan, we can
place it for you on Ann Arbor pro-
perty at 7 per cent net. We now
have calls, for various amounts from{
$1500 to $10,000. All good loans.
W1IAIEY REAL ESTATE"
EXCHANGE
310 Nat. Blank ,Building. Phone

REAL ESTATE
we can 1offer you for a sorority, for
a fraternity, or for a large Girls'
League House, one of the best houses
and one of the best locations yet
placed on the market. It is being sold
positively cheap, and the terms are
easy. It will give the best of accom-
modations to between twenty-five and
thirty students. All the rooms are light
and airy. In fact, it is the house you
have been looking for, and its loca-
tion is the best near the Campus.
IGORTON REAL ESTATE~ AGENCY
Room 3 Wuerth Arcade
Phone 1798-'4 or 661-W, evenings
v 12 - i0

Sus Fletcher Drug U o.

luu-Z1

TYPE WRITERS
EXPERT 'Typewriter repairing, all
makes. Ann Arbor 'typewriter Ex-
change. Phone 566. 9 Savings Bank
Block. 123-5
MENIS TAILORIING
01U1 TAILORING I)EPARTMEN'I.' ics
now open for your inspection. Dropa
in and see our ,ainples of styles.1
Quality is our aim. Davis Toggery
Shop, 119 'So. Main. 1,23-501
DRESSMAK(IN G
SPRING DRESSES made-suits re-
lined-work guaranteed-reason-
able. 7311}laven Ave. 402-W.
1 112-50
'r CLEANERS ANrD PRESSERS
CLEANING, $1.25-Pressing, 35 cents.
Laundry Agency. L. 0. Clapp, 1119
S. University. 121-50

,--- 3pe r wh n s e s o e i il a d-What is the Ford Mitchell museum "~ torium March 6. An. additional poet
WChen the Botanical Garden was of wide reputation probably will be
startedl? added to the series, it was stated, inj
tsFor whom Barbour gymnnasium is which event new course tickets for
named? the three remaining lectures will be
r placed on sale.
YESTERDAY'S ANSWERS
' The University hospital is run at I iI1111111llltllltltl0ili,,
-:considlerable expense. More than 1000 z
-persons are boarded each day. Approx- I
yinnately 450 pounds 'of meat are used in r.lr
at day. 18 bushels of potatoes, 82 ;~ P- hot C raft
*quarts or milk, 450 pounds of bread
*and 50 pounds of coffee are required
Sfor daily consumption. For a single _
servng ive ushls o veetabes re = f"
serving.fiveryushelsof,00vegetabesare
rlinen are laundried at a cost approx- S o
imately $6,000. Coupled to this are
the salaries of the people employed, announces a
the overhead expenses, light, gas and2
le; surgical instruments and the Iikej
and replacement of furnishings. 2
Camp Davis is a summer camp us- i51G SA LE =1
'ed by engineering students for prac-'=~
tical experimentation andl study iiji =-
'surveying. The camp is included in { n2
a tract of land embracing 3,200 acres
owned by the "University situated on :.
Douglas and Burt lake. The camp be-=
gan fun~ctioning in 1909. Students i F ra mr ed
have built or aided in the construe-
tion of improvements. Students al--
so find time to publish at camp paper :.: m
and participate in athletics. They en. -ct re
force sanitary regulations and organ - ze pa ti sf o c ns ru t on wo k.E
f Established primarily for service tc 2 E
the schools of Michigan in their edu- . uthv oo o u
ational problems, the bureau of Edu- 2'"
c ational Reference and Research alsc 2 new goods. Tbis is your op- _
acts as av source of information tc potniytogtthtpitr
students in the school of Education. :2pruiytetta itr
At present, service is confined, for the you wne at almost cost
most part, to tests and measurements. ' E
The bureau sells intelligence and edu- price. =
rational tests ; answers questions per-=
sonally and by correspondence; fur- :
nishes bibliographies of periodical lit- Nic el Arcade
erature ; sends out bulletins of cur- 1= ~ lfel
rent educational iniormiation; conducts :.=
intelligence tests of probation stu- ~iuiiiitIIIIIII~iiiiiiii
dents here, visits school systems de-
sirous of beginning testing work; and
holds yearly conferences of superin.;p qll~l1F"II
tendents and those interested in edu- r
ctinlproblems. L

EASTER
is only. two weeks away

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New

Spr 'ing
Woolens.
await your
inspection~

WVE ARE OFFERING A LARGE.
HOUSE FOR SALE. THERE IS
NOTHING SMALL ABOUT IT;
LARGE ROOMS AND LARGE LOT,$
AN IDEAL PROPERTY FOR A
FRATERNITY, SORORITY OR
ROOMING HOUSE THAT WILL
PROVE AN ATTRACTIVE INVEST-~
MENT. THE PRICE AND TERMS ,
ARE REASONiABL.E. IF YOU AJE

every sk
color .id
,uttern
is here

INTERESTEiD,

C. LOUIS AINDREWS
AT 512 FIRST NAT. BANK,
0OR CALL "064.
12

23-50

STUJDENTS, act now
befog; it is too late.
8 have room for
_. eight in o r e stu-
dents in my sales organization for
spring vacation. Those who make
good will be given a permanent posi-
tion during the summer. Mr. Leader.
611 E. Liberty; Phone 3221-..
jWIIAPS GOING ON
NOT ICE--Cooy for this coluin shouild
be slubiIditOdlby i5%30) W'loe of:
the dlay before pImblication.

Arthur F. Marlquardt
608 E. LIBERIY

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WE HAVE
An excellent Fraternity house, well -
jlocated, that we can sell a~t a reason-
able price with good terms., Call us
at once.
MRS. GUSTINE
Realtor
717 Nat. Bankc. Phone Office 835-F eve-
nings 835IF-2,, 835F-2, 2738, 488-J.
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IF 'you want to try the selling gam('fOR A QUICK SALE, one of the best
spring vacation see H. J. Leader, 622 lots in the city.. Southeast of Cam-
E. Liberty. Phone 3221-J across pus.. Size 90 by 142, price $5250.
fromSpedin Stdio 10-5O \V1A1LE~Y REAL ESTA TE+
from___Speddiug___Studio._______-50__EXCHANGE
FOR1 SALE 1 310 Nat. Dank Building, Phone
_____________________ 1821-Fl. 123-50
FOR SAIL--A value in rooming Sooiy1rtriy n noepo
houses, on the campus. $13,000--SooiyFrtntadIcmep-
$3,00 dwneas payent. Cm-'perty in the best locations and at
$300 ow, ay amets or-I the best prices and' terms. Mrs.
lJIIC ~udnt ari~ur~e Mihia ~I Gstie,717 1st, Nat'l Blank Bldg.
Real Esatate Co. 217 S. Main. Phone! Phone 835-7-1. 119-50
646. 123-501___________________
FOR SALE-Remington Portable OR RENT
Typewriters. Call Black, student' - --
dealer, 432 Thompson. 1123-J. IFOR RENT-Two suites. Clos-e to'
115-5f, campus. Pleasant environnment.. $ 3
Each per week. Two in a suite. H.
FOR01 SALE-Raincoats, directly from I .Wlhr 1..AmnPoe7.W
factory.. Sava money.' Satisfaction A !lhe, 1 f.An Poe -W.
guaranteed. Simnons, 2846-3'.
* *110-21 FOR RENT---Iirst floor hou e-t eepin
suite. Private entrance, semii-l rl-
FOR SALE- A new, modern, seven vate bath. Steam heat,. laundvy.
room bunigalow and corner lot, $550 Tel. 1317-It. i11
down. Call 1286-W. 121-3
- - * - OR. RENT--Twxo' desirable doub1e
FOR SALE--Two May Festival con-I rooms, block from campus. 644 E.
Pons. $2 apiece. Phone 431-F'--.I University. 123

S UNI)AY '
9:30-Ulble study class for students in
Congregational chiurch.
9 :30--Unfversity :'en's Bible class
meets in Upper room, Lane hall.
10:30-Marion E. ]fail speaks at ('oil-
gregational ,church.
10:.it1-1)r. RItbrt dl Metatdicis,
'21M\, will sing at Presbyterian
church.
12:0---Sfadent Bible classes mweet in;
Wesley hall.
12:04--Student class, Church of M'iist,
mueets in Upper room, Lane hall.
1° :00--Ba-pt st gulld mcts linthBapt~ist
Guild house.
12:N- Pr. Pal~a Harrison speaks be-
fore Congregational open forum iT,
Congregational church.
3:041--Varsi4T Glee. Oatb relwairsalin
Union reading room.
r8 O-1-Glee club inieets in upper readh) ;
room of the Union.
4:$J---Open lwuse at Wesley 1:411.
4:30--Fculty coiieer-. at 11111 auditor-
iim.n
~:30-Dr.Rhert J. Mc('an hiss,, X111,
will speak at Presbyterian church..
(1:03--Baptlst guild friendship hour In
Ba4ptist church lpar lors.
C :00--phl 'Si im:Delta d1ier ill room
31.9 of the Union.
6:*f-IDr. 1V. FEnglish speaks ;'before
Congregational students meeting at.
Congregational church.
6:00-Scalp anid Blade meets ill tap
room of the Union
i:t30--Tf~i Delta Pi dinner in priva- e
dining roomu of the Union.
6 :301--Wesleyitn guild la"ets ill Metli-
odist church.
6 :30-Baptist guild devotional w eet ug
in Baptist church pawrlors.
O :30--Young Peoples' society of Church
of Christ meets in Upper room, Lane
hail.E
?:00---Dr. Pau iarr1~isou i1Is~pteaill Hi LllI
au ditorium.
7 :00t--Je-wviz hiSdents' conigrt gat~lon
m~eets in Lane hail.

Change .Dates' Of
Literary Lectures
Changes have been made necessary
in~ the dates of the Hamlin Garlandj
and Alfred Kreyinborg lectures, to be
delivered under the auspices of Whim-!
lies- andl the Collegiate Alumnae, ac-
cording to Charles T. Andrews, '21,
'of the Whimsies staff.
Haml in Garland's lecture, schedul-
ed for March 27, has ben postponed
to May 4. Alfred Krcymborg willj
speak on April 5, instead of April 2.

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Easter Brings
Dainty Memories

FOR SAFE--Con.CGsoprano saxo-
phone. Good condition. Box T.L.C
121-3
FOR SALE-Five May Festival Cou-
pons. 224 Thayer. Call 1612-R.
123-2
FOR SALE---Two May Festival Cou-
pons. Telephone 781-R. 121-31
FOR SALE-Two May Festival Ctou-I
Pons. 2629-11. 1231
FOR SALE-2 NMay Festival Coupons
$2 eaich. Phone 1575-W. .1231
USED CARS

FOR RIEINTI'ROOMS-Warmn, quiet
room. Single or double. 217 S.
Fifth Ave. 122-2
FOR RENT-Rooms with or withoum
board. 711 H-aven Ave. 402-W.

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BEST BUYS 1,N USED CARS
Fords from $60 to $165.
1919 Oakland Roadster,'2 license
'21 Ford Coupe.
'18 Dodge TPour'ing.
'21 Studebaker Light Six Coupe.
'21 Studebaker Light six Touring.
(Five Cor d Tires)'
PAUL AZA1INER
303 N. Fifth Ave. Phone 3197

_ .124~.{6
Two light housekeeping rooms. 2141
S. Ingalls St. Tel. 854-.. 122-2 iJ t
fFor Snappy Service at breakfast or
Iany other timre, try R E X 'S CLUE
LUNCH, where" Toasted Rolls orig-
inated.. 122-50r
WAIM B
WVANTEl)-By June 15, three-room un-
furnished apartment for student,
{and wife, situated near campus. Ad-
IdressBox B.A.C., Michigan Daily.
117-i
k NANTE'D---To buty house in vicinity
of Campus. Not over $12,000. Caij
pay $3,4'040cown. Address D. Mti. c~o
Michigan Daily. 1t'r
I W ANTIM- 40 to' do some work in er-
change for one week's board. Apply

The Perfume
and Candy
Cases with
their fresh
assortment

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1

7

121-31
LOST8

NO:N DAY
6:0(---Exelinigeclub dinnieri ron
318 of~ the Union.
7 :041--Way farers meet in room 304 of
the Union.
7:.t0---lh'liiieekut club meets tit roomI
M0 of the Union.
7 :34-llpubllean club meets fn room
304 of the Union._
TUESD)AY
8:15x'--S1.udenuts' Press club meets t
Charlevoix cafe.
:( -- 1 tiitute of R cli ;Ious educationj
mweets in Lane hall.
i :15--Sag:laaw clb meefts lin room 30211
of the Union.
7: - cp I meets ini club room,
fourth floor, University hall.
7 :30- Players' club p~erformance inl
Sarah Casvr'ell Angell hall.
S :00--Oratorical association lecture tn
IHill auditorium.

will be 'a
pleasant
surprise

i X312 Catherine.1'
LOST--Black coin purse containing ____________________
ring key anl gold rosary, on Soth f WANTE'D-T1o rent single garage near
State St., or interurban. Reward. ( corner of Paekaird and Hill. Call
Call 349-J, 122-21 776-R. 121-U

LOST-Pair of tortoise suhl glasses
in leather case. Phone 2717-W.
122-2
WATCH-Lost near 'the "Maj." Re-
ward for return. Phone 3152-W.
* 123'
LOST-The press in my trousers.
F'ound at G reene's Call 1449-m.
121-54,
LOST-Brown key-case containing
two fiat Ikeys.. Call 484. 123
LOST-One ring of keys. Finder call
296-.122-21

WANTED--One ticket to the sopho-
more Prom. Call Russell, 1548-W.1
123-2
MISCELLANEOUS

G, Claude Drake's
Drug and Prescription
Store
Cor. State and N. University

YOU GET PROMPT AND ACCURATF
service,. when. your .MANUSCRIPTS
are TYPED by EXPERTS at DID-
DLES BOOK STORE. 11 Nickels
Arcade. 111-50~
SAVE MONEY on your groceries at
Pierces Cash Stores. 118-201
*SHOE -FLACTORY

'-'NO TICES
Ificli igan Student'Voluni cer union con-.'
Terence today.
Senior, Eds must order their enesi at
Wagner's before March 24.
lXq~ieftiolis for tickets to the AMilitallrv
}ball will be returned in Monday's
Mail. \NIYOTe desiring inftormation
regairding tickets or applications

Phone 308

"The Quarry"

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