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S. IN JUNE

For Easter-What could be nicer

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SLEIEP A' YIIERF, BUTE
EATAT R-X's
Til'E CLUB LUJNCH
71" Arbor Street f
N~ear State and Packatrd Streets

GREY
SHOP

than a box of

M avis Chocolates
Famous French Confection
Nunnailly's Southern Candies

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The S. S. Fanconia, the first vessel to be deslg iede spcially foPur iaronn3'd the worid. The ship is
old to be the last word in maritimne luxury. The new Ltourjngpalace is or peto , to arive is NewYork in' June
ad shortly thereafter will start on its ma.idcn voyage.
° Inmediate ac.claim, but astonk h ded .vlan y season in a decade, the .triumpi,
Th 4AtUrs cryonae for its amazing vitality.,' to of "Ta ngEr_+2Ci e ill the ni ore not-E
gerine" soon became reeognQzd a ai O C t thre was a reasaon
~'Whitney Ithe outstanding hit ofthe se aso ,Wan ;andit ::t em vidnt that Guy rDel-
The attraction at thle Wbitney On it continued at thnta. otn playhousej tn'sMaaptntion of a,, play by Phil K,
nday, Apri L ,will be the altogether for more than 'ayear tc ceso sIl shl om W:ac and'LawreceLinger hal
fferent 'whlnisical tale of the trop- of caplacity audciences, indde Cntsly I,)(Aved a sparki.lng humorous story
~"Tangerine." This is the work shattering all existing rcords a ,t tPeP to ichi' Carlo Sanders'hddel
at, when produced at that birthplace Casino for big business. Whenh it in' fatenc stirilben~nijbles and the--
splendid musical plays, the Casino rememzbered that last season was e.:br,., dee!daty mnelodies for tlbe
watre, New 'York. niotmlvW1, '-marked, by fewer office succese hn rs 1Hw~dJhrn

JST A.R EMIN DER

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.$ave the
apc7 SNARIS$

The Great American Sweetmeat

with an Easter Box of
All Sizes, Shapes, Colors, Prices

Top off your meAs with
"RI6LEY'S and dive, your
stomach a lift.
It aids didestion-it
provides the "'bit of sweet9"
ia beneficial form.
Helps to cleanse the
teeth and keep them
healthy.

NOTICE

LOST

The following Box Replies are at the
DalyOfic :DA 1. C.,LIT-Near campus, pest office,1

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"THE PALE VENETIAN MOON" and
TH E LONE-LIGHT IN YOUR
~EYES", played by' Arnold Johnson
t and his orchestra. STOFFLET
P PHONO SHOPS, Nickel's Arcade anid
110 E. Washington. 1;2-50
DON'T FORGET
Smith Tire Repair
Oldest and most reliable place L
to buy tires.
X elly Springfield Diamond Tiresi
T PE WOMEN'S LEAGUE BUILD ING
~FUND receives a percentage of ALL
'cash purchases at O. D. M1'ORRILL'S
17 Nickel's Arcade. The Stationery
and Typewriter Store. 125-50
ORDER ,that Spring Suit at George
KIpr'4.. 7JNorthiUniversity.
45 CENT COFF'EE 35c. Pierces Casbi
Stores. '113-20
IYAN'EDI

black' wallet containing bills and,
change, Military B3all ticket.' appli-a
cation. Finder please leave at Cush-!
ings Dfrug 'Store. Reward.,

j UINS 031Pd NIU
&,TII"Y' POP. l~'u"TiUDNTS-Last wok
Slide earnd $A.20; Morris, $52.25x;
Patterson, $49.50; Roney, $69.75;
Little, $92.25; Anderson, $96.50?,
selling Now Indexed Bible. C. A.
FCook, Sales Manager, Lane hall, next
kfew days, betwen 5 F and 6 any lay

LOST-Saturday jaftrnoon a black -will show you how to mrake your
han~dbag containing money, cnprfiabe
Fourth Ave., Liberty, Mainsmvatin 132-5 0
Washington, Streets. Phone 2301-____________________
W. Reward.12 YOU :OWE IT TO YOURSELF
LOST-Diamond dinner ring , set in+ To investigate! Will you earna
onyx. Lost SaturdaC y in) N"1,:ice's A r hosanddollars or niore during the
Cade. Reward, if returned to Jean' su"n:ne°r vacatio. ? It can be done and
Reidmann at Betsy Barbour. -il be done! For further particulars
130-' scee Mr. Fink, 119 N. Thayer. Phone
,..._.. -J. 132-50
IOST-Wedding ring, white gold w it I
orange blossoms. Probably lost in SALESMXEN - Steady employment
neighborhood of University. Libecral ' troughout college career at good
rEward.! Box 10 Daily Office. 13"1-3 pay. Apply 708 First National Bank
Bld1(g. Telephone 30>6.1U,0-3
LOST-The pressq ia my trousFr . -
' 'ounct at C re r al 4'- . Oili- IT-UITY for two men to join.
121-50 Prof'essional Salesman's crew
.a SSpring Vacation. Apply at 625
LOST-Ph i Beta Pi frater nity pin.) Chur(ch between 1 and 2. 132
jReward. Call Sargent, 34 3
LOST-Valuable silver bar-pn at Sol' :hZl'

"Rememnber, Everyibody Likes Candy"
If y~ou' want the best, you need not guess, but come. to
BeISN Ross."
Nicke~lsArcnade

Tan ew'
P.IK.
isaa double
treat-'
pappermintx
flavored-
candy-
'Jachoted

WRIlGLEY'S pays
big 'dividends on a
stuall investmfet. f

very

IC'S the best chewInd dum~
&that an be made and it
com~es wax-wrapiped to keep
vnitto i good vonditiom'

The Flavor
L-a-s-t4s

Boost Women's League.

See "Ra cin2g Hl.ea.rts"

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WANTEDu-Several fellows for unex- P rom. Call 3062.' 131-2 'We do Typewriting and Mimeograph-
celled' summer salesmanship propo-II ing;, repair, buy,' rent, sell, ex-
sition, if acceptable. - Every man LOST-Pair of shelled? rimmed gl -'s chant c, all makes of Typewriters.
qualifying guiaranteed more that es. Call Sargent, 3144.. 132,1o .Mril 7Nce' rae
five dollars daily. Call Ruhl, 2340- 255
R; Larson, 1433-M; or Miller, 437-RELSTT___________________
M. T131-3' TWO HOUSE.S close to campus. 1' YOU GET. PROMPT AND ACCURATF
rooms andl 3Smrns re ,ectively~. Iservice when yo'ur MANUSCRIPTS
WANTED-AT ONCE-Four or five G ood lot. Garage. Htot ; ater hJ a.re TYPETD by iEXPERT-0 at DID-
stu~dents who are anxious to make., Hard wood floors. Frpae reA DT LS 300K STORE. 11 Nickels
money. The Daily has several good frte'wX00, ,' h 5G ryd.115
,,propositions which are highly de- forwhetw, 2000 wth$509 Acae.11--
sirabjle, to offer. Call Daily office 11iRSPEWRTNEITzING1 by expert stenogra-
960 between 3 and 4. 131-83MR.aGUSTNE phe:r. 10c per page. Call 959-R.
Realtor.,.11 M .T130-21

HELP~ WANTED-Experienced book-
keeper. One exp~rienced in bank-
ing preferred. May secure steady
part time work for. the rest of the
school year. Reply Box PDU.
132-3
'"AN'TD-April 1 to July 1' first floor
app'artment or small house 'for cul-
tured family- of adults. Phone
HELP WANTED FEMALE-Epert-
enced stenographers for summer
mqnths. Box PDU. 131-2
WANTD-To rent garage in the vi-
cinity of Geddes and Wlashtenaw,
phone 2310-W.' 13;2
"Daily' Classifieds" work wonders.1
FOR SALE
FOR SAL.E-Conn straight "C" so-
prano saxophone. Finished in sil-
ver with gold keys. Very littl eus-E
ed: $75. Call 639-M for Heidloff.!
132-4
FOR' SALE-Mlonarch visible. Back
spacer. Two color ribbon. Good
shape. Price $20. 308' So. St7 te.
second floor. 1321
FOR{ SALE-Flat top oak desk,, suit-I
able for student's room. Phone![
2343.'1105 Oakland Ave. 132~
FOSALE--Corner lot, $550l down.
Also a new modern, seven room
buingalow. Call 1286-W. 131-2
FOR SAL.E-18 ft. canoe .fully .equp
ped, and in first class condition.
Call 154 5-W. 131-2
FOR SALE-Tan topcoat, size 36, in
excellent condition. Call 386--M.
180-31
FORF SALE~-Seconld hand 'Remington
Portable and Corona.; Call 1 12S-..
- ' 131-2j

7 17 iNatlJBank. Plione 85-I _i . ,_1
Evenings 325-F-2, 2738, 486-J. j
132-50 EPER

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ROOM 11OUS.E, large lot,inneo eks
the best sections east of the earn- I chang e.
pus. The price is $,000. If you are flocy.
interested in a pleasant homle in
surroundings O ta peaeA ~de-
light, ask to see this. -
'F. ROY HOGLMtES, 113 S. Main FATj

Tplewriter Repairing, all
An Arbor Typawr ter Ex-
Pligne 866. 9 Savfigs.Bank
123-50
TFOGS-Society Club Hats

131-2
10 ROO.M HOME-w~ith fine income, 21
blocks east oif the University, go6
lot, garage, $10,500 with $2500do .
F. ROY HOLMES, Realtor, 113 S. IMTain
1^1-2
fL ~'IT A'NEO1 S
FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on gro-
ceries, see Pierce's ad inl the Wed-
nesday issue of the Daily. 125-50
ORDER. thit Spring Suit at George
EKyer's, k721, Norfth University.
! 129-50
STOCK TREDUCING 'SALE at ;0. 1)
Morrill's 17 Nickel's Arcad le. 125 -50
Frank Wilson-Ashes and R1ubb}ish
Hauled. Phone 2018-M.12-
SAVE' MONEY on your groceries .:f
Pierces C ash Storo's. 118-201
ARTISTIC HEMSTITCHING
White Sewing Machine Co.,
205 E. Washington St., Phone 919.
120-1 ?
SPRING DRESSES made-suits re-
dined-work guaranteed-reason- .
table. 711 Haven Ave. a402-TA.
X12-50f
SHOE FACT012RV
ANN ARBOR CUSrTM rSH30 PA7
TORY. Bring your rep irs 'wl1er

5.0to $5 S tyles of today
wiha touch o oorw
DAVIS TOGGERY SI1OP,
119 S. Main St.
130-50
ORDER that Spring Suit at gorge.
Kyer's, 721 North University.
129-50_
CLEANERS AND PRESSIERS
CLEiANI NG, $1.25-Pressing, 35 cents.
Laundry, Agency. L. 0. Clasp, 1119
S. University. 121-50
Y ttRENIT d
ROOMS FOR RENT-1 suite, 1a
single.; Students 'or business-. men;~
207 -So. Ingalls. X32=2.
FRONT ROOM. 'First' floor. -:Division
Street. Call 1780-R. 130-21
110ARD -
For Snappy Service at breakfast or
any other 'tin e, try R E X SCLUB3
LUNCH, where Toasted Rolls orig-
inated.' 122-50
USED CARS
A. GOOD IFLIVVER-cheap for cash.
Call ,1158-J evenings. 130-3
WANNABYAORD-C-DAN? Call 1780-
R. 130-21.
1"'l:" TI NIUR
DO YOU K:NOW we have the most
Completely equiipped plant in the
comntry for .the Repairing,.Refinish-I

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