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THE MICIGAN DAILY________

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'The following Box Replies are at the
Daily Office; BC, DM, PDU, 18, BA.
MI&CHIGAN DAILY~ CLASSIFIED..
RATES
Classified Rates. Two cents a word
ada~y, paid in advance. MininuIr
charib for first ply, 25c. Minimum
theefter, 20c. Thri'ee cents per wvord
per day if chared. White space
charged for a~t rata of five cents per
agt lines Classifieds, charged onlI
to those havig phones.
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Al mn sTelsO 1vSUMMER SESSION 'fie Ath the exception of the
EUIIlls -ions to Niagara Falls and other
c iese Commerce' L IIL3PROGRAMS ISSUED , Cn ret, and the plays preac
IUEUBlm of L SEN Complete programs of special i.,cc- , Shkspeaire Pl ayhouse con om
"Trade conditions in China could be II-- IR tures, concerts, ex;cursions and enter- New York City. The excursic
(lled (neither good or bad," sidt
HarryGilbrt Kng, 18, nite Staes W W. ampbL8E, the director tainments during the coming Summer conducted on a basis 'of actual
VicerConsletShnghai, Cin atesoW.the.Lck observatoy an there- Session are out and may be obtained ling expenses only.
ViceConul a Shngha, Cina win of. th Lih os'eratoy an th r n the administrative offices of the-
has been visiting his parents at 615 j nty eetdpeidn fte Uni erit. 'unfl Will Address Romano
East Ann street.{ versity of California in a recent state- Uiiriy
East An stret. I yThe events begin June 25 with a lee- A meecting of' the Romance c
"During the war American trade in ment declared that the results of the ture on "Europe in the Fifth Year of be held at ,4:15 o'clock this of
China was extensive," Mr. iKng said, Crocker expedition sent to photograph Peace" by Prof. W. A. Frayer, of the isn rooz 304 of the Uniion. Pro
"but since then the exchange has been an eclipse of the sun at Wallal, Aiis- history department, and will be con- Cinliield of the French dep,
too high for the Chinese to buy any; tralia, September 21, 1922, are in ex- cluded August 13 with a recital by will dleliver a paper on "The
great amount in America. The de-' act accord with the requirements of the class in Shakespearean reading. p>ondelnce of lBalzac with pa
crease has been principally in piece the Einstein theory of relativity. All of the numbers of the program reference to the Lettres a Loui
goods, and cotton* trade suffered most. The result of the Einstein eclipse' are open to the general public with apito Rey of the Spanish dep;
'The exchange has made it possible for problem has just been deduced from the exception of the Visitors' niights will dliscuss the possible sou
European countries,"to compete with; the photographs secured at Wallai on at th~e Observatory which are reserved the Spanish version of Appo.
Amer~ica. ; the northwest coast of Australia last, for students only. All the numbers are of Tyre.
"Tobacco and oils top the list of; year by the W. 1-1. Crocker eclipse ex-
j m i orts frm the Unitedl States," he jpedition.

who will buy a good, 8 or 9 room
house south of Hill street and east
of Forest. If you have such to sel,
please call mee at once.
F. Roy Holmes, Realtor, 113 S. MainI
140c-6
WVANTED-Roomi mate in University
League house very reasonable for
remainder of semester. Address
Box Y care Daily. 141pI
WANTED-Smnall furnished apart- t
ment for instructor and Wife, pos-
session Sept. 15. Write Daily Box
A.A. 141p
CANOE WANTE~D-Give price, details
and phone number in lctt4i." Box
Jake, care of Michigan Daily. 140p-21
WANTED-Student desk. E. F. Card-
well. 1617. Washitenaw. Rhone
1016. 140p-5

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Hlear the latest Brunswc Records-
"Jitst' Oz~gMor a ry"and "You've Got
to 45 a mnaleyery Njght",payd
bytot oriole Terrace orchestra at
the, Stofflet Phono Shop. Nickels
Arcade, 139c
Db1NT PFORGET
Smith Tire rRepair
Oldest and most reliable place "
to buy tires.
x1-flly~ SpringfpIld Diamond Tires
128c-tf
FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICE4'S on gre-
cones,.see Perce's ad in the Wed-
~nesday issue of The Daily. 125c-t'
LOST-Brown leather suitcase, on
Michlgan: Cekhtal Train. Finder
please return to R. Price 1137 Mich-
igan Ave. 141p-2
LOST-The, press in 'my trousers.
Pound at Greee's. Call 144 9M.
121c-30
FRATERNITIES-SORORITIES
We have homes for you that can be
huidled on very easy ters.
,,. H. Paton o., 412-3 Fi~st Nat'l
' Bank Bldg.
P~on . Phone 40 Duncanson
141c
C prkts, Railway Mail, 18 ryard.$3
f~ont E Ixperience unnecessary.
'or ree particulars, write R. Ter-
~y former Civil ervice examiner)
1165 Baister Bldg. Washington, D.
%J. 141p-2
P titch1 in time savs nine . We end
rind repair every oni sent here tc
e cleaned and pressed. White Swar
leaner s, Phone 165. 139c-12
1"OSIi FROLIC TICKETS will be
iven out at Union, Thursday and
, nidAy, t he' 19 and 20, from 2 to 3
each day. - 140-3
IGS SHANP4OOI or Dust cleaned.
inn Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50. 135c-tf
USED CARS :
Chalmers 1917 Touring.
F ord 1917 Touring.'
Grostc Motor Sales
2.09 . 4th Ave. Phone 2770-M
141c
j0XON'S UsD)CAS
Full ine of Fords, $40 and up. 416
South Main. 14-5
TYPEWRITERS
EXPERT Typewriter Repairng, all
makes. Ann Arbor Tpewriter Ex-
"ban e. Phone $66. 9 Savings Bank
Block. 123 c-tf
T"?E WRITERS of standad akes
old, rented, exchanged, bought,
cleaned and repaired. . D. Mor-
rnIfl.'-" Nickels 'Arcade. "Phone
1718. 141c-3
R MINGTON PORTAiLE TYPE-
WRITING.. Call Stacy R. Black, 432
,Thomnpson 1128-J. We deliver.
14p-2
YPWITING
t&4OtPR6MPT7AVSD ACCURATF
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are TYPED. by EXPERTS at BID-
t.iLS BO( STOqU.:;11 Nickels
Arcade. lllc-tf
TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
prinptly and neatly' done. . D.
'Morill, 17, Nickel's Arcade. 140c-3
I3 CAAATIC TOU RNEY
PLANNED "FOR -MAY!

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WANTED-Family and student wash-
ings. Will call afor and deliver.
1653-W. 141-3
WANTED-4 or 5 room furnishled
apartment for May 1. Box 12.
141p-4
WANTED-To rent a private gara ge.
Phone 1097-1I 141.p-3
WANTED-A Tuxedo. Size 40 or 42.
Phone 2950-J. 141p
FO'R SAIL
F7OR SALE-Fine residence for room-
Sers or for professional or business
man. Near campus in best loca-
tion in the city. Will let the fur-
niture, rugs, curtains, and furnish-
ings of second and third floors' go
with the'house. Inquire J. W. Dwyer
508 First Nat;I Bank. 139c-G,'
FOR SALE-Beautiful new seven
room house and garage. Steamn heat
and other modern imprpvements. In-
quire 1211 West Washington St.,
owner. 141p-21
FOR, SALE-20 foot motor driven,
Sponson canoe. Evinrude 2 horse-
power motor. A-1 shape through-I
out. Call 410-R. / 141p
FOR SALE-Woman's blue suit, size
34; Man's grey topcoat, size 37.I
1560-WT. 140p-21
FOR SALE-Two May Festival Cou-
pons. Call 2100-M. 141p-2
P~OR RENT-First floor front rooin
for one or two students . Private
family. 209 Observatory
1'41p-2
FOR RENT-Three clean, pleasant
furnished, light housekeeping rooms.
1025 Vaughn. Between E. Univer-
sity "and Packard. 141
FOR RENT-Students' room. Newly
decorated. Single or double.: 433
S. Division. 1780-HI. 141p-21
BO AR k
For Snappy Service, at breakfast or
Sany other time, try RI E Y ' S CLUlw
LUNCH, where Toasted Rolls orig-
inated. 122c-tf
CLEANERS AND. PRESSERS.
Kill two birds with one stone. Send
your laundry as well as your cleanr
ing and pressing. ($1.25 per suit)
at the same time to the White Sivmr
Cleaners. Phone 165. 139c-12
CLEANING, $1.25-Pressing, 35 cents,
Laundry Agency. L. 0. Clapp, 1119
S. University. 121c-21
RI SS AKI: tG
SPRING DRESSES made-suits re-
lined--work ,guaranteed-reason-
able. 711 Haven Ave. 402-W.
112c-29
BRITSIES

/ Senor Pedro oev:aa{
\..1lmltjor Pedro Guel : C7ra, S01 01oth
hars 1xn (I cted,1residenjt colnai'-
sw-n[r to he l1nited States to sue-
Seed lainme C. de Veyra.
Tarofi. 6M', V- thcfcitoie public speak-
i eatmn ill g, 11ive a recital of
.J. M. Barr'' us three-act drama, "The,
Will," at S8 o'clock tomorrow night in
U7niversity Fll This is the second
program on th~e serves of plays and
recitls to be given this year by the
claGSsesin play production. Profes-
.solr:C1 Eic as iven%_*"athis nlay in''man y
parts of the state For the University
e et c, i e rmc?:tandI 4has been
received wit,-rase on nuincrous oc-
CaEn Cours:. tickets at $1 and Single ad-
muissins at 50 cents will be on sale,
at the dloor. Other numbers on the
course. for .this spring are two pro-
gramis o' one-act plays and Clyde
Patch's four-act comeidy, "The Truth."
All 'funds' from these programs go
for stage equiipment for the classes in
play production and Shakespearean
reading.
~LD~D . SSCITYT
SigmaaX i, national honorary society
for the promotion of research, will
award fellowshipa, of a minimum. value
of $1,200 for the coring academic
year on the eighteenth of May, it Was
announced yesterday..The fellowships
are available for workers in other
felds than inhysics, chemistry, and the
medical sciences. Preference will be
given to candlidates who have already,
taken their doctor's degre'e. B o t hi
men and women are eligible.
Appllcations should be accompanied
by reprints; of publications, letters
from those competent to pronounce
upon the ability of the candidate, a
statement of the work the candidate
proposes to do on this award, and
where such woirk is to be done. Ap-
plications carry no. restrictions as to
university or country.
Applications must be. made before
Ma y 15 and should be addressed to
cn Edward Ellery, Union college,
Schenectady, N.' Y.
Yrech Vi rofessor to Lecture
Prof. Henri H-auser of the Univer-
sity of Paris, will deliver a lecture at
4:15 o'clock Friday afternoon in the
Natural Science auditorium. He will

Mr. King has been in China four'I-
years and will return soon. Hle pre- I
dices a great future for China in spite
of her lack of unity.
MiiivriWSJESPLANS ISSUE
f _O_ SAD'iNG PRIZE POtE YJS
WVhimusies' poetry contest will close
neat' Saturday night. This contest,
as announced in the last issue of the
lmagazine, is open to all students on the1
campus, both graduates and under-~
graduates.
Thirty dollars in cash prizes will
hoe paid to the winners; and all poemis l
which are accepted will be published
in an' extra number of the magazine.
This will be a special souvenir num-
ber and will be mailed free of charge .
to all zibscribers about the first ofI'
M/ay, _________
Just call 960, when you have a

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U&laret sellng Qurrlf,
pannte artal
FO)R the student or prof., the
superb VENUS out-rivals
all for perfect pencil work.
17 black degrees--3 copying.
American Letd
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said, "and the automobile trade Is in-
creasing rapidly. The tariff Is very 1
S Mr. King declared he would keep
I ff= political questions as being outs
of keeping with his office. He stated
t'that the nolitical disturbances had#1
litle effect on trade.

~e Greact American Sweetmeat
Teeth were. diven.to man to us
Like our muscles, they need exerci.
Ian.d plenty o f it.
WRiIVYS provides pleasa
qction for your teeth=-,also, the s(
(emum en etrates the crevices a]
Icleanses them.
A&d digestion by increasing the f1l
of saliva which your stomach nzeec"
Use WRIGLEY'S after every meal
see h ow much better you will feel.

Dr. Campbell states, "This result
is inF exact accord with the Einstein
theory. Several -earis ago Einstein
said that Is theorvy of relativity must
4 ~xlthr:ev ~coialtsssc
cessfully or be revised.; One of the
three tests was -khe eclipse problem
just coppleted."

The perfect gum is made under
conditions of 'u~sotute cleanli-
ness f:rom pure materials, andt
clies to you in sanitary wax-
trapped packets.

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Addmission 35o

6:301 w s 8:30

t Idiscus The Present Economic Sit-
FULLER BRUSHES uI ation in France." Professor Hauser
SPRING HOUSECLEANING IS is considered'oe o hefrms
COMING! French historians of the present time,
We've got brushes for every need. according to authorities, and has made
Call 1158-J. 127c-21 a special study of the economic his-
tory of Prance.4
The way to rent a room is with
"Daily Classified":-Adv.
IThe fact that the last two years have
been unusually mild in most parts of
the country has provoked many asser-
tions that winters are becoming
Iwarmer, bureau officials say, but rec-
ords can be furnished to the contrary.'
Periods have occurred and will occur s
again, when for a few years the weath-
erhssee rwl em enoticeably warmer or colder than, they~i~
average. While there are well-recog-!t

Washington Theater

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OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN MICHIIGAN

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A dramatic 'vaudeville tournament
to be held during the middle of May,
and a program of three one act plays,
both events to be held in the: Mimes
rthieater arex latest plans of Mimxes,
kcampus dramatic society.
The dramatic tournament will be
patterned lagely after the one held
last semester. A number of prelimin-
ery rounds will be 'hield before the
fnal round the 'V'inner of lvhichi will
have his name engraved on the Otto
Has silver loving cup.
The three plays which will be pre-
sented at the Mimes theater are now
under way~ and a date for their pre-
-entation will be set immediately.'
F;WINTER 'NO. COLDER TODAY
THAN IN OLDEN TIKES

nized alterations in climatic gond-
itions, as of wet and dry, hot and
cold, little is known wth' regard to
definite laws of sequence of'"weather
conditions over extended periods.
WORK. ON LITERARY BIILDING
ItASEMENT NEARS C'OMPLETION
Concrete pouring of the first floor
of. the new lit building has been com-
pleted and work is now going on in
thy. basement of: the new structure.
The -wooden concrete forms about the
pillars of the first floor have been, re-

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designing of the pattern to the packing
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Fabrics are patterned,'yarns dyed, .,cloth
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stitched, laundered and; packed u nd er
dlose, daily executive supervision. 'What's~
why Eagle Shirts are exclusiv, better,
more economical.
The spring styles are here to prove it.

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