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'7:00--Anierleanj legion meeli3 in room
306 of the Union.
7 :1 5--Tryouts for Adelphi freshiman~
debate meet in Adelphi room, Uni-
~7 :1:j-Try-outs for Athena Litonary so-
ciety will be held in Alpxia Nu
rooms, University hall.
7 :30-Round-U~p club meets in upper
reading room of the Union.
:0---Glee club concert in Hill audi-
torium.
8 :00-Comedy club performance III
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.

In p~rivate

teetsI

Senior engineers, canes must be or.
dered at Wagnier's before spirng va-
cationi.
Hamilin Garland's lecture, set for.
March 27, is postponed) to May 4.-
Tiekets for the Alilltary ball -will be
distributed from I to 5 o'clock Tues-
day anid Wednesday afternoons in
the lohbby of the Union.
Scabbard and Blade nmeets ithe )EL
0. T. C. offie~s immnediately after
drill tomorrow.
FaIly lfeun Speak at las'ons' Smoker
Entertainment at. the all-campus
Masonic smoker, held Saturday night in
the Masonic temple, consisted of mu-
sic by the sax.ophone sextet of the Var-
sity band, and several short talks. The
speakers were Dr. Frank E. Curtis of
the University Hospital, and Carl G.
Brandt of the public speaking depart-
ment, an~d Robert A. Campbell, trea-
surer of the University.
Daily Classifieds for. real results.-
Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

SLEEP ANY~WHEREI, BUT
E tv~'AT RT~nX'
712 arbor Street
Near State-.and Packard Streets

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ADRIAN-ANN ARBOQR BUS
Schedile in Effect October xP ,x2
Central Time (Slow Time
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P.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
:45 7:45 ...Adrian .... 12:4$ 8:45.
4:30 8:3, ...Clinton .~... 1:00 8:00
5:r5 9:15 ... Saline .... 11:15 7:15
5:45 9:45 Ar6znn ArborI.v. 10:45 6,45
Chamber of Commerce 131dg.
fDaily. X-Daily except Sundays
and IHolidays. Friday and Saturday special
bus for students leaves' Adrian 1 :45, leaves
Ann .Arbor 4:45.
JAME~S 11. Y'LI,IOTT. Proprietor
Phone 46

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may prove to be that last straw, Mr. and Miss Student.
Better let Rider look it over and know it's- right, or better yet, trade it in for~ one
of those never failing Rider Master Pens at

"It -was the last straw that broke-- the camel)'s bai
At Examination time a poor w~ri,
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16:0-- 1it,-an Soceiety of Rural lEd-
f club meets In u cation dinner in room 319 of the
s stf andi try- ! 7 :0{f-reshmanij Glee club meets in up.
ess building. per readi~ng room of the Union.
1[ovvce club in the 7 :34-1'p1vcrIty Chamubr of CnO-
Smerce meets in room 302 of the Uri-
lss in room 342 ion.
7 :30-W4'esterners' cib meets In Lane
igiou eduction hail.
I~I~I ~7 :30-De,_olay convocation in Masona-
tryouits meet in ic temple.

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The following Box Replies are at the
Dlaily Offce: BC, DM~, 18.
DOIN'T FORGET~
Smith~ Tire Repair
Oldest and most reliable place
to 'buy tires.
Kelly Springfield Diamond Tires
128-50
" UN TANGO DANS. L-A NUI" and
"IL. CINQ A SEPT" by Joseph C.,
,,-Sith Tr. Stofflet Phono Shops,
K Nickel's Ar alle'and. 110 E. Wash-I
h, igton St. .130-50

You imill certainly, be.pleased 'with these
Easter Candies fresh from the, kitchen in

MISCELLANEOUS

11AVE YOU A SWEETHEART
OR MOTHER?
If you have either, or both, they,
would welcome your picture in the
form of a 6x8 Oval Perry Medallion.
These medallions are' hand painted in
natural water colors, giving all the
beauty of the living -flesh and flowers.
There is no glass to break. Water
will not injure thema.
If you send us your order before
April 1,, w~e will make you a genuine'
Wz Ph~oto Medallion in natural colors
with a border of Forget-me-nots or
IOriental flowers for $2.98, and as a pre-
mium for your order, during March
we will miake you, free of charge
three Perry Photo Mirrors with your
picture on the back ini natural col-
ors.

WEWOMEN'S LEAGUE TILDIVG
,VUND receives a percentage of' AI L
j1cash puarchases at 0.' D. MORRILL'S
S1~7 Nickel's Arcade. The Stationeuy
;gid Typewriter Store. 125-50
DPER that Spring Suit at± George
iI(yer's, 721 North Unfiversity.
129=-50
p CNTCFFEE, 5c. Pierces Cash

BUINESS OPPORTUNITY'
YOUR SUMMER VACATION
We offer eight weeks' outing up ' n
the big North Woods Lake Region of
Wisconsii'-all expenses paid and a~n
opportunity to make something on the
side.,if desired-to one or two 'young
men and women students wh'o are will- f
ing to give .us a small portion of their
time this spring. Phone Michigan
Dail1y, Box B:A., today and leave name
and phone number. 113 0
t STUDENTS! ATTENTION!
One of Detroit's leading indu~striesI
has a limited nuzm1be of openings for
a certain type of college men during
the summer vacation. See Mr. Fink,'
119 North Thayer or call 71-Y for ap-
pointment. _ i13-50
PROFESSIONAL SALESMAN ;is as- 4
seinbling a sales crew for Spri~zg
Vacation. Three men needed.. Ap-
ply at 625 Church between l and 2
No" excperience required. 129-31
SALESMEN '-..Steady employment
throughout college career at goodI
pay. 'Apply 708 First National lack,
Bldg. 'Telephone 3086. 130-.3
USED CARS'.,
j fords from $0 to $200.'8D deT uig
'19 Oakland Roadster.

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SPECIAL 'EASTER BOXES

H at Shaped-Ovdal-Squ are
]Purple 'Hearts--Chinese Baskets

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ALL SIZES

WE PACK, WRAP AND MAIL
Order now, then ve can mail Hjour
box so that It hill arrive on trme.

Am? om.;!ln the 'Wer ("Yo
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to be knowil Ias
rTFIE IDEAL ELECTROPURE
CREAMERY

FO~R SALEj

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Oft SAL~E-1~0 room stucco house,
gall plate glass, built 10 years, fin-
i h Iand lfloors oak,living roomtx7.8
"by 28. Fine -condition, 1,l8,500;
43000 do~wn. Call Mrs. Gustine,
:'35F-,or 835-F=2. 130-50
+ SALE- Beautiful ibuilding spot,
"near camusi, on. car line. Large
F enough for two houses. Call 1048.
J. W.1Dwyr
508 First National B3ank Building
126-50

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OR SALE-Moderni, .7-room house,
845 Brookwood St. (about 3 blocks
south of campus). White enamel
and mahogany' finish. All oak floor.
Large lot. Garage. 129-50
AN EXCEPTITONAL OPP'ORTUNITY
to secure two new oriental rugs.
Size 9x12, at a figure very close to
half price. For particulars' cal-I
386-M. 129-3
F'OR SALE-Underwood Typewriter.
Nearly new. Late model machine.
Cheap for quick sale. 308 S. State,
second floor. 130-3

F~OR SALEW-Corner lot, $55.0 down.'
Also a ,new, modern, seven room
bungalow. Call 1246-W. 1:29-2
FOR ALE~A.-Tan topcoat, size 36,. in

IThese mirrors can be carried' in a
lady's handbag in your .pocket, any-
where. Will not rub off or .tarnish:.
For absolute safety send photo to
be copied from by registered miail, o1
special delivery. We will return it
with the completed nmedallion and
Smirrors in the same manner.
Remnit by moneyorder, draft, o. reg-
isterd eter. - We guaraute~eyour xyill
be satis fed wpith our work.
George W. Hoyt, Photo Medallions.
922 Oak St., Kalamazoo, Mich.
125-6i
YOU GET PROMPT AND ACCURATE
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are TYPED by EXPERTS at BID-
DLE~S BOOK STORE. 11 Nickels
Arcade. 111-50
FLINTi'STUDENTS-HJeateA 'sedan
leaves Friday nights returning Sun-
day night. Railroad rates. Phone
1394-J. 97-21
FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on gro-
ceries, see Pierce's ad in the Wed-
nesday issue of the Daily. 125-50'
'ORDER that Spring Suit at George
Kyer's, 72]. North University.
129-50
Frank Wilson-Ashes- and Rubbish
Hauled. Phone 2918-M. 128-6I
LOST
LOST-Diamond dinner ring, set i
onlyx. Lost Saturday in Nickel's Ar-
cade. Rewvard, if returned to. Jean
Reidmnann at Betsy Barbour.
-' '130-3{
LOST-Marble's hunting knife at fire-
place Saturday nighmt. Valued high-
ly as keepsake.' Please call Karl,
1901-J. x 130
Cap of Gold 'Conklin Pen. Initials
M.tG. Reward. Call 2338, Marion
Good-. 128-3
LOST-Sunday afternioon March 18, a
gold link bracelet. Please call 3187-
W. 128-3
LOST-The press in my trousers.
Found at Greene's.. Call 1449-M.
S121-501
TYPEWRITING
~We do Typewriting and Mimeograph-
ing; repair, buy, rent, sell, ex-
change, .all .makes of, Typewriters.
0. 'D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade..
125-50
TYPEWRIING wanlted. Theses,
niotes, any work. 12 CENTS a, page.-
PhonRe 2,278-W.. 81-21
TYPEWRITING by expert stenogra-
pher. 10c per page. Call 989-R.
TYPEWRITER~
EXPERT Typewriter Repairing, all
makes. Ann Arbor Typeawriter Ex-
change. Phone 866. 9 ,Savings Bank
Block. -- .123-50,.
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excellent condition. Cali 386-M.
130-3
FOR SALE-'Two M~ay F'estival Cou-
pons. Cheap.' Call 2454-R. 13 )
'P t3TED
WANTED-Cook's "Middle English
Reader" 'used in English 19. Mr.
-Hanford. Call 1555-R. Miss Street,
1280 Observatory.' 129-3
SAVE MONEY on your groceries at
Pierces Cash Stores. 118-2+
STOCK REDUCITIG SALE at O. 1D.
Morrills '17 Nickel's Arcade. 125-50
PRE-MEDIC wants roommate. Call
X241-M ater 6 p. m~. 130-5
1 NTED-Family and student wash~-
ing. Phone 2569. ' 130-3
RE'AL ESTATE
LENDITD 12. ROOM HOUSE, front-
ing 'on 'Campus, 'modern and home-
like, large lot, (lot alone worth
smore 'than price asked) oak floors
;and finish, Price is $25,000. Will
:sell to responsible parties on any
f. easonable' terms.
F. ROY AIOLMES,' 113 S. Main.
129-50

Nickels Arcade

RAY'S

PAUL ZAHNER j
303 N. Fifth Ave. Phone 3197I
1291-50
Fords-$50 up.
Buick Touring, D-45.
Buick Roadster, D-44.
WASHTENAW MOTOR CO.
207 E. WVasinrgton
-12.9-50
A GOOD ' PLlVVER-cheap for cash:
Call 1158-evenings. .130-3
WANN \ABYAFORDJ-C-DAN ?.Call, 1780-
. R.130-21
FOR RENT
FOR RI; NT--A large suite of rooms
on first floor. Will accommodate
two. or three persons,. 708 Haven.
1:27-1
ROOMS FOR RENT-i ,quite, 1 single.
Students. or buziness. men. 207 So.
In galls. 1120-2
FRONT ROOM. First floor. Divi:sion1
Street.. Call 1780-R. 130-21
BOARD
For Suappy Se~rvice at breakfast or
any other time, try R E X 'S CLUP
LUNCH, where Toasted' Rolls orig-
inated. 122-50'
SHOE FACORY~Q
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 Eoday. Made-to-mneasure
orders--ode week service. Satis-
faction, guaranteed or money re-
turned.. 534 Forest Avenue. Call{
3043. 182
HIIMSTI' CIIUNG
ARTISTIC HEMSTITCHING.
White Sewing Machine Co.,
205 E.. Washington St.", Phone 919.
126-12
DCE SSMtAXIN(G
SPRING DRESSES made--suits rel-
lined-work guaranteed--reason-
able. 711 Haven Ave. 482-W.
-112-50

WHAT DSO YOU
DEMAND WHEN
YOUBU Y ANEW
SPRING COAT?

.BETSY ROSS SHOP

Askc Yourself
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AN' "IDEAL"
TOPCOAT?

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You want a coat warm enough
for brisk March weather, yet not
too heavy for days in May. You
want a coat that is showerproof,
yet dressy-a coat of'ALL-WOOL
well miade and. that' keeps. its
shape and WEARS. ' Andl with
All these qu~alities you want it
moderately priced! You'll get
just these in our
TO"%PCOATrS

L - bells made sou.ndless, so
be wit6iut flowers. This is the
the home should be gladder
and color of flowers.' Easter'
Send gifts of flowers to those

se 'dear to you.

FIowe' ry. be delivered within a few 'hours to any address in the,
United States and Canada by means of the -Florists' Telegraph
i Veli-veyServke, /'' 4sk us totell you how it 'is done..

GABARDINES

BUILDING' LOT, out Jackson
only $800. F. Roy Holmes;' 113

WHIPCORDS

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130,4W

CLEANERS AND PRESSERS
CLEANING, $1.25.-Pressing, 35 cents.

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