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rOOD, MONEBY DURING VACATION.
Last year I had thirty-seven stu-
dents from Ann Arbor making from
forty to one hundred dollars in one
week selling brushes. If you think'
you are asgood as the average come
up and see .Ae. All students mi-
ing good dui~ig Easter vacation will1'
be given an exceptionally good of-
fer this, summer.

APPLCTOS DUE FQR
CUSTER TRANING CAMP
Applications for the Military Train-
ing camp to be held at Camp Custer,
Michigan, from June 14 to July 25,l
may now be handed in at the R. 0. T.

sare at the

place
ond Tires
128-50
Yi2ou Have
r Night."
,e prches-
Nickels

MR. LEADE]
622 E. Liberty St.
STOP-Consider how Y
spend your Spring Vaca
LOOK-At all the offers;
LISTEN-To our prop
Decide for. yourself.I
call~ Sawyer, or Crow~
2323-M, Glenn 1556-W,
402 E. Jefferson, Beard
Plymale 523 S. Main,
Hill.
MONEY Jt'OR STUDENT;
Shider earned $64.20; M'.
Patterson, :$49.50; R4
Little, $92.25; Ander
selling New Indexed
Cook, Sales Manager, U~
few days, between .5 an
will show you how to
summer vacation profit

3 C. office. The number of applications
Phone 3221-J accepted is limited to 15 per cent of
133-50 the enrol]lment and for that reason
they will be accepted onily in the °or,-
rou can best den of their receipt.
ation. Only freshmen and. sophomores will
he accepted for camp, wh ich will also
you have. I be attended ly freshinen and, sopho-
mores from the entire corps area
osition; then which includes thne Universitie~s of Il-
Act now, and I linois and Indiana, in addition to M. A.
, 1676, Trap C. and a number of the snlier col-
or see Wall leges of Michigan. All ex;penses Are
505 Sauer Ct., paid by the ,government, and ti laforins.
Peters 417 athletics and amfusements are provid-
134 .ed for the student soldiers.-
S-Last week If you don't know where you 1gotI
[orris, $52.25; the .rticle, never mind, a "Daily Clas-
:ony, 60.5;sified Ad" will find it for you,--,AdV.

!-EW TITLES ARE ADDED
BY TE-NNIS OFFI(V .9LS
(Continuedl from Page Six) j
of the net gamne and gives further(
proof of the rapid development of the
sport.
The notional intersio isties are
l being revived by the U. S. L.F T. A.
this year after a lapse since 1915. The
other two tournaments, however, are
innovations and promise to widen ap-
preciably the scope of the court game.!
IParticular interest is attached to the'
municipal tournament. Encourage- I
ment of public court playing is one,
of the ;features of this year's program
under the administration of Dwight'!
Fi. Davis; donor of the international l
team trophy and president of the U
S. L: T. A. Mr. Davis. was a pioneer,
in the development of the municipal
' game in St. L~ouis.
German Workers .Again Stilke
Gelsenkirchen, -March 29.-Fifteen
thousand German miners went on
strilie in this district today.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv..

Faculty members and students of
the Medical school heiard Dr. Walter
j. M eck, of th~e depiartm)ent of 1h)11--
Clogy of the U-Iiversity of Wiscqnsin,
specak ocn th~e subje4 "Some X-Ra1,,)y
Ob0)s ervations on the Action~ of thel
rleart.," yesterday afternoon in~ the
Medical school.
I JAPAN
China~, etc., in tihe Orient, as well as
England, Euroec, etc. Tickets, reser-
vations oll ?1 ocean 1liles, cruises,
'I ~urs. Int' 1ligkpt inforrlation on ps
pes , visa"ge'setc.
E. tEc)ri i kTE}.LJI1 AG f

WT4TS ALL

Phone 525

JUST (GOOD
PLUMBERS,

w~~nnA~re. - v
Iu-

170 E A-
AT THJF
G, "i JL unC

WT~ Jochretn
211 South Fourrh

1.34-50
THE WOMEN'S LEAG2UE BUILDING~
FUN~D receivs a perfcentage of ALL
cash purchases at. 0. D. MOR2RILL'ti
17 Nickel's Arcade. The 8tatioznery
and Typewriter Store. 125-50
ORDE~R that Spring Suit at George
Kyer's, 721 North University.
129-50
New Victo~r Records for Apr'il ~on sale
today at Scha.eberle & Son's. Come
in and hear them. 134
45 CENT COFFEE 35c. Pierces. Cash
Stores. 118-2t
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Conn straighit "C" so-.
pra~o saxophone. Vinshed in sil-
ver with gold keys. Very little us-
ed. $75. Call 639-Al for Heidloff.
132-4
FOR SALE-Buescher tC Melody Sax-
oplone-$65. IBoehm C clarinet
$50. Need ca.sh for Spring Vaca-
tion. Call Joe 1619-R. 134-2
FOR SALE Corner lot. '$550 down.
Also a new, miodern seven room
bungalow. Call 1286-W. 133-2
FOR SALE-Seven room hou~se in S.
E. section c~onvenien~t to campuls.
P~hone 20b0-W. 13 4-2
ROOMS FOR RENT-i, suite, 1
single. Students or business m'en.
207 So. -Ingalls. 132-2
FRONT ROOM FIRS r' FLOOR. Divi-
sion street. Call 1780-R. 130-21
._, BOARD)
For Snappy S-ervice at breakfast or
any othe~r time, try RE~ X'S~ CLUL
LUNCH, where Toasted Rolls orig-
inated. 122-50
FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on g'ro-
ceries, see Pierce's ad in the Wed-
nesday issue of the Daily. 125-50
ORDER that- Sprinig Suit at George
Kyer's, 721 North University.
129-50
STOCK REDU3CIN~G SALE at 0. 2.i
Morrill's 17 Nickel's Arcade. 125-501

Bible. C. A.I'
ane' hall, nextJ
d 6 any day,
make your
table.

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owwahm

NOWAGOMWAIM

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AR'P Ipp-

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. 132-50

SP1ND .8tMMER IN ENGLAND AND j
SCOTLAND. Large, responsible .- .
concern' desires service of three orj
four men for work abroad this sum-~ __
mer. Splendid chance to earn ex- --_____
penses. 'Must be able to finance self j tllIt18t~11I~I1!lIItl~ II1 f1t1t~i!t tllllltl~
Daily.33-2 ,
Your chance to investigate the FUJL-M
LEE BRUSH PROPOSITION. Have w
no regrets this summer. See Mr. . _ - ---
Burby at Michigan Union, Room 313,- -
Friday and Saturday, 9 to 12 and bO l rrcIh ci g ,1 --A OP N LET R
ito 5. 133-21 A~ L J
We do Typewriting and Mimeograph- y, T=
ing; repair, buy, rent, sell, ex- be iscrina~ te.
change,' all makes of Typewriters,.D (t
01. ?. Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade. A ?±N
YOJETPOMTAN 125-50 Ask for our Special, BrickFR E P~9S
Ybf69TPROPT*NDACCURATE'
service when youfr MANUSCRIPTS~ OF'
are TYPED by EXPE~RTS at BID T{ iaAvrcT~~
DL1ES BOOK STORE. 11 Nickes - , ''~Y .IL
Arcade. 1?1-50 TH=I EA'P IR
TYPEWRITING by expert stenogra GRAPE ICE
pher. 10c per page. Call98-.
130-21
USED CARS- VANILLA
All15- vnns 3-GOOD FLIVVER-cheap for cash. ~H
WANNABYA0411--C-DAN? Call T Phone 166 -
i78,0R. 13-21 TO MY PATRONS:-
_______________________________- -You know that I ha ve always cosientiously tried to ,give yu tebs i~po
EXPERT Typiewriter 1? pairing, all
makes. Ann Arbor Typ~ewriter Ex- R U B E }.., = . ( ducts pssible.
change. Phone 8. 9 Savings Bank A{aeu netgto hc n~n o
Block 123 0 A arefu invetigaion" hichI have been m i o some time las cnvnce
DIESS tAilfi__-i me regarding the merits of TIE iLEt1ILUEitTj))C 'S~~T~ZT
'XtINVG Dli~a$ES made-suits re-d I have comec to this view after carefully considering all ailes of this method. Th~re
'tind-work guaranteed-reason--I are many points in favor of thits ffc~ep method of pasteurisation so many, in tact,
eb~e. 711 haven Ave. 402-W.,I
112-5 ? I.that I have decided that all my customers :shall have milk prducts pasteie~dby this
>ltAbd~lIlUI~tIIIt1iI11II 1i dlllhlll1Jt 1j 1~4llJ1,jjllh I lhtIHItIlltI liltllhsb7. metod

SAVE MONEY on your grocer'ies at
Pierces Cashi Stores. 118-20
LOST-Between St. Joseph's Sanitar-
ium and E. Kingsley St., lady's gold
wrist watch, finxder plese return to
Miss K2aterine FinnpR.N., St. Jo-
seph's Sanitarium. Reward. 13 3-3
LOST-The press in my trousers.
Foudid at Greene's. Call 1449-M.
121-50
LOST-Alphma Oicron~ Pi pin. Name
on ~back. Call 2949. Reward. Irene
Swain. 134-21
1'A.N'1,'i
Clerks, i8 upwards. For government,
positionms. $120 monthly. Experi-
ence unnecessary. For free list po-
sitions now open, write R. Terry,
(former Cijvil Service Examiner)
1165 Barrister Bldg., Washington,
D. C. 134-3
WANTED-Warm weather. See Van
at Palace of Sweet~s. 1204 S..,lniver-
sity. Call 3093-M. 134
SHOE FUTJORY
ANN ARBOR CUTOM SHO FAC-
TORY. Bring your repafrn wher~e
shoes are made. Crepe soles at-
tached to. your. shoes. $2.75, Bring
them in today. Made-to-m~easure
orders-9oeweekr service. Satin-
faction guaranteed or mneiy re-
304%3. -108-21
FILlMS-fleveloped .and printed by
our own phtogra4phers. Leave
flms at any~i of our stores today,
get 1printsto~morrow night. Calk-
ins Fletcher Drug Co. 109-21
H$~TyW
ARTTI~UC HEMSTITCHIENG
White Sewing Machine Co.,
205 E. Washington St., Phone 919.
126-12

PHONE 2700, PACKAGE AND BAG-
GAGE EXPRESS. 100-21
Do You KnowI
When the engineering college was
established?
That the University fund is?
What the Eber White woods is?
YESTERDIAY'S ANSWERS
The Medical school was provided for
in the act of the state legislature in
which the University was provided
fax . This was in 1837, J ut students
were not admitted to the college until
1850. At first the course was" one
t4~-.,sixn. monthsi out of the year,

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You will-Enjoy our Lur~ches

i -=

Pleasant Surroundings
Excellent Food:

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3
,

Tuttles Lunch Room

,- In order to gi
pure milk product;
CiREAM E RYA and -c
THEI11
As we have RI'
matke every effort t
modern scientific ni
All new busine
and West Liberty;:
..a
JiRecom d~ieiided
- a il Il t :.i 9li~ilpi1 11

ive our customers what wve honestly th~ought wa's the very best in
s, I lave formned a parftxerslzip xvith the' WUJLSWER EIECTIRO-PURE
our new name fromt now on will be
DEAL ELECTJRQPURJE CREAMERY
wvays endeavored in 'the past, so wilj we even more so in the future
to serve our patrons with the very p crest and best milk pr'oducts that
neth3ods can produce.
,s will be conducted from now on at: the New Creamory, corner First

Phone 114.

338 Maynard St.

South of Majestic

Signed',

t

LEONARD McC4XLbA

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now the course requires nine months.
Up to 1880 the prescribed c~urse took ;1 ltlII~illElfi11~ 1lii 1111 1 11 1110i~~lll
two years. At that time it was made eI
a three year course and in 1890 it was
again lengthened to <four years. _ .
The enrollment at thein University . Honest Weight
has :more than doubled during the last
five years. Figures compiled up to =- 4 - lI
Nov. 1, 1922, rank Michigan fourth in - 4/ Best'ual+t
regular full time students. The ore-- /=
er is as follows: California, 14,061; /r,
Columbia, 10,308; Illinois, 9,285;, Mich- f ..You are assured of both
igan, 8,703; Minnesota, 8,586; Ohio
State, 7,9112; Pennsylvania, 7,901; Wis- of these when you trade with
the summer students and other part us
time students are considered the totals
are swelled but in this ranking Mich- ~
igan is eighth. Columbia leads with Is
27,339 ; California is second with 20,- - Or mrke ba ben nw-,
983; and Pennsylvania is third with . - d ly finistie and is equipped
13,534. Michigan's number is 10,913.-
rIn the college of Liberal Arts, Mich- ;; (\'<4rr~ =if , with all modern convenieces a
igan is first with the most men eli " osreyu
rolled, 3,032 being the number. The
University is second to Californiay in=J
the tota~l enrollment in' Liberal Arts, '
with 4,655. The engineering college isz -E AL
the second largest, following Massa-
chusetts Institute of Technology. Th~ey Swf rmumH m.. .. .. ..... .-
have 1,576 and 3,166, respectively. - wf rmimHm .............5
Michigan is fourth in Law schools I5 , wit"Premum.Bacn............. ...5c d
with 419, being headed by Harvard=5 Rosebud Ham...................2c
with 1,011, Columbia with 651, and ==
C-'gnait43 ihiaifrt Fresh. Chicken.. ...........................33c
in Medical schools wiith an enrollment = Pork Loin Roast . ......... ................:..22
of 662. Short Rb ef... .......................ic-

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When it I's ninety in the shade, F -
I'm very fnd of lemnande, y
But Connor's Ice Cream hits thespt
Though the wveather's cold or hot.a
'It's: always fair weather'' to° the..youngster who
has ,a plate of Connor's before him.
It is wonderfully good for him too--refreshing,
wholesome, energy-building.'

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';Sr AND PRESSERS !,
1.25-Pressing, 35 cents.'
cncy. L, O. Clap, 1119 f
y. 121.-5Q
n rtt l YYATTw!lV

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SUNDAY
SPECIAL
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the quality, never .varies.

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