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THE MICI-MGAN DAILY

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THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT .3 P, MR

YEARLING T*RACK
SQUAD PROISING
(Continued from Page Six)
S°O this .Caason wich is fair for this

I TRAMTRA~L FRATERNITY "The Nations and Their, Moods". He ex-
E NTRIES SHO0W INCREASE pects to return Tuesday.

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The following Box Replies are at the
at the Daily office: Jake, 12, BC,
' .MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED..
RATES
Classified Rates. Two cents a word
a day, paid in advance. Minimum
Scharge for first day, 25c. Minimumn
V thereafter, 20c. Three cents per word.
per day if charged. White space}
ch rged for at rate of five cents per,
~ag&te line. Classifieds, charged only
to those hiaving phones.
Phone, 960.
DON'T FORGET,
Smith Tire Repair,
Oldest an~d most reliable place
to buy tires.
,Kelly Springfield Diamond Tires
128c-tf
Hear the latest Brunswick Records-
'Without You and HonoluluIBles by
Oriole Terrace orchestra.
Sthe Stofflet Phono Shops. 142c
.FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on gro-
f ceries, see Pierce's ad in the Wed-
nesday issue of The Daily. 125c-tf'
H4)R SA 1,E
FOR SALE~-Fin1e residence for room-
ers or for professional or business
man. Near camnpu~s in best loca-
tion in the city. Will let the fur-
t"niture, rugs, curtains, and furnish-
ings of second and third floors go
' with the house. Inquire J. IV. Dwyer
508 First Nat'l Bank. 139 c-6
,FOR1 SALE-E3xception~ally goodl home.
Strictly modern. Garage. Near
campus and high school. Can be
2;had for easy down payment.
Michigan Real Estate Co.'
( . 217 S. Main
Phones: Office 646. Res. 2813-J-
* 2522-R-71-W. 142c-2
~FOR SALE-Beautiful new seven
room house an garage. Steam heat
and other moderniImprovements. In-
owner. 141p-2
F~ORl, SALE-Old Town Canoe. Sixteen
ft. Otca, in perfect condition. Ad-
dress Jack Wallis,, Ann Arbor
~"Post Office, or Geo. Lawson, Elkskin
Moccasin Co., Ypsilanti. 143p-3
'FOR SALE---Medium size ice box.
Great bargaina. Call 1204 Hill St.
any morning between~ 9 antd 11 and
afternoon~ between 2 and 4. 142-3
FPOR SALE "IS foot Old Town Canoe.
First class condition. 'Phone 1940
"'until 4:30 or 7118-F5 after 4:30.
.ONE MILITARY BALL tic'ket for
sale. Call C. Moulkthrop. 907-A.
* * 14R3p-2
FOR. SAE-Pair of gun-metal dress
oxfords, size 8 1-2, worn once. .Five.
dollars. Phone 2477-M,. 143p- 2
FR ALE-Hamilton watch, 21 jew-
el, ;20 yr. case. Phone, Hart 2118-
.,R. 143p-2

The mxile event uitst a trio of stars
RLJSIEss OPPORTUN IT'Y in Reinehe, 1turiray and Mason. Rein-
eke tu:rned a milli in 4:45 his third
This is your chance to line up with1 day on the cinders which is encourag-
the best sales organization i ieigfrti al in thefry
United States. Our representatives The two mile event has been ,some-
-make money. See- Mr. Burby of what weakened by the retirement ofI
Fuller Brush Co. Michigan Union; Calahan but still boasts two capable
Room 304, Fri. 1-5 P. M., Sat. 9-12, n iHckadRchrs
1-5. 143c2 George Snider, Frank and Weaver
o4w much money excel in the hurdles, Viant in the pole
ddyu earn spring vault, Mc~ain in the high jump and'
'vacation? Ask your? Doyle in the shot put. Snider is also
I ~friends that sold a star broad jumper.I
for. Leadier what profit they made last-
week. Better still, come up and let j
me show you Vnhe rreports of the Ann
Arbor men that made from forty to
ninety dollars in five days.
H. J. LEADER
Tel.' 3221-J 622 E. Liberty,,
Across* from Spedding's
Dont wait, make sure of a place as 9

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signed, but when natchles are sched-
uled one of the officials of this sport)
will be at the Intramural office, fromI
where all courts will be assigned.
Shoes will also be given out from this
office.
It is urged that all fraternity athletc
managers visit the Intramural office
within the inext few days and acquaint
themselves with the plans and sched-
ules for all of these activities. Schedel

S weet Odors
In the breath
Thc odor of purity, not perfumne.
Kill offensive odors when you meet
your friends. Cigar odors, food de-
cay, stomach disorders, etc.
May Breath tablets place the
means ever and instantly, at you;1
command.f

INTELLIGENT 'AND IV

efficient. Blut that is not enough.

B~anking

Your bank should be sound, accurate

service to be of the m~ost use to you should
be also intelligent and intrsed.

ueio 4U. Lthe1Wo estuu an4U teis~ILI
sports whichi will start next week will
be announceed tomorrow and Sunday'
in The Daily.
1YC LE 10 GViE STORIES
OF TAKS IN )IONTREAL1
Prf. Robert M. Wenley, of the Phil-
osophy departmjent, will leave today
for Montreal where he will deliver al{
sp n fn'nca fnral

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TJat is, what this bank tries to be.

FARMER~S & MECHANICS

101-105 SO. MAIN

330 So. STATE

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sales representative for the Fuller
Brash Co. See Mr. Burby today eat
the Michigan Union Room 304, hrs.
9-1, 1-5.143c-2
REAL ESTAlTE
A shingle Bungalow, located south of
the campus. Has oak floors, fire-
place, laundry and is all modern. A
real buy at only $6500. Call Mrs.
Gustine. 835-F1 or evenings 835-F2,
2738. '143c
WANTED
HOUSE WANTED-I have a client
who will buy a good, 8 or 9 room
house south of Hill street and east
of Forest. If you have such to sell,
please call men at once.
F. Roy Holmes, Realtor, 113 S. Main
140c-6-
WANTED-To rent rooming horise ,for
next year suitable for fraternity of
fifteen to twenty men. Dining room
accommodations. Call Leo Mellon
917-J, 143-2
WVANTED--At University Hospital
two students for wall washing, also
one for ice 'pulling. 35c per hour.
Apply Housekeeping Office.
142-31
WANTED- Student washing and iron-
ing, work. guaranteed. Mrs. Pem-
burton 540 Detroit St. Phone 3105'=
M. 142-3°
WANTED--Family and Student wash-
ings. Will call for and deliver.,
k1653-W, 141-3
WANTED-1 or 5 room furnishedj
apartment for May 1. Box 12.
141p-2
WANTED-To rent a private garage.
Phone 10977R 141p-3
FOR RENT-For summer furnished
apartmenkt in Cambridge, ten. min-
utes wai:= from Harvard college.
For further information telephone
1661-W in the evening. 143p-3
FOR RENT--First floor front room
for one or two students. Private
family. ;99.,Obseirvatory "
141p-2

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While there Professor Wenley will!A nse imotwahn
speak on "Stoicism " on Sunday ev- i An sf r .'nt nlya h :P e b t ranch r .Hi re bo te m outh w a nd
speech. concluded the course ghren stomach. Gives spring' odors .:
there on Sunday evenings on the "An- to the breath. In the stomach
cient Cfvihization in Relation to Chris-' it also acts as a digestant.
tianity". On Monday noon lie will I Carry with you. All druggists.
speak before the Canadian club on ____________
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MO. U S-
.LXIN is open under new managen
= ,our special lunches., Service
VIOLIN INSTRUCTON
-FOR --
ADVANCED STUDENTS3.
PUPIL OF AND AUTHORIZEDt
EXPONENT OF THE' METHOD OFA
LEOPOLD AUER
'For appointment Phone 161 2-R
- - Read The Daily T1,,

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nent. Drop in and try
Nou will appreciate.

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FOR SALE-Mahogany upright Piano,
excellent condition. Dey Studio.,
t 142p
FOR SALE-Tenior Banjo in first class
shape. Suitable for light work. Call
103 9-W.; 142p-3
LFOR SALE-Bungalow on OQlivia Ave.
For, particulars phone 1278-R.
142p-3
~FOR SALE-Military Bll Ticket. Call
~FOR SALE.-.Dress suit size 40. An-
~derson. Phon~e 1399. 143p-2
~FOR SALE~-Two patron's coupons for
May Festival, $5. Call 2871-M. 143
FOR S'ALE-M~ahogany upright piano,
excellent conditioni. Dey Stuidio. 143
FOQR SALE-Trwo May Festival Cou-
Spons. Call 210l0-M. 141p-2
LOST
'LOST-Gold Waltham watch on
Michigan Central train between~
Jackson and Ann 'Arbor Tuesday}
Smorning. R~eward for return. Call1
1104, Klein. 142p-2
LOST-I~afr shellspectacles, case: A.
KJ. Crbss & Co. New York. J. P.
B arnes; 415 Park~ Terrace. Phione
765-J. '142p-3
~LOST-Pair ladies long black kid
Sgloves Sunday April 15 in ,Majestic.
SCall 885-W'. 142p-2+
~LOT-About 'week ago, Collie, ligt
Sbrown and white. Phone 2716. Re-
tward. 142p-2

TYPEWRITERS-
TcYPE WRITERS of standard makes
sold, rented, exchanged, bought,
cleaned and repaired. 0. D.' MoP
ril, 17 Nickels Arcade. Phonie
171f8. 141c-3.
EXPERT Typewriter Repairing, 'all
snakes. Ann Arbor Typewriter iEx-
change. Phone 866. 9 Savings Bank;
Block. 123c-tf
REIMINGTON PORTA1BLE TYPE-
WRITERS. Call Stacy R. Black,
432 Thomnpson. Phone 1128-J. We
deliver. .141p-21
TYPE WR [TING
YOU GET PROMPT AND ACCURATE
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are TYPED by EXPERTS at BID-
DL~ES BOOK STORE. 11, Nickels
Arcade. lllc-tf
A stitch in time saves nine. We mend
Iand repair every suit sent here to
be cleaned and pressed. White Swap
Cleaners, Phone 165. 139c-12
FLINT STUDENTS-Heated sedan
leaves Friday nights returning Sun-
day night.. Railroad rates. Phone
1394-J. 97c-21
RUGS SHAMPOOED or Dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50. 135c-tf
CLEANERS AND PRESSERS
Kill two birds with one stone. Send
your laundry as well as your clean

For Thai Touch,
of Powder*
"BUDYeROOK6S"av
lam; The Powder for Me
If you use, a powder after staving
you will tin& a b o" improvement in
"Buddy Brooks" over ordinary "tal-
Cum."

N11ew Ideas
America's foremnost styl
I I //// \\\talent is expressed in the
production of Kuppem
heimer Good Clothes.
Totally newv ideaas in style
and fabric; exclusive
designs for men and
young meni. See ,the
Morocco Chevrons, an
original Fabric patterni,
shown only is ie per
heimer Good Clothes.
An Investment in I
Good Appearance

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4"I L1ke l 'slvPowd-er Better Thai)
Mother's"

LOST-The press in .my trousers.
Found at Greene's. Call 4449-M.
121c-30
LOST-Sigma; Chi Badge. Finder
wplease call Slusser, 2894-R. Reward.
« ,143p-3
"LST-Pair of Black Kid gloves.
Name. Courtwright inside. Call
3079-M. 143p
~LOST-Gold pencil with initials H. D.
P.Please call 1328. 143p-3

ing and pressing. ($1.25 per suit) 1If, you quit using a powder because
at the same time to the White Swan you found talcum too "shiny" or
Cleaners. Phone 165. 139c-22 "slick" you will surely make "Buddy
- Brooks" a daily habit after the first
CLEANING, $1.25-Pressing, 35 cents,' trial.
Laundry Agency. L. 0. Clapp, 1119 "Buddy Brooks" is an after shaving
S. University. 121c-211 powder. The can says: ,"A Man's Pow-
dorfo' Me."It s ligtl."haver

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BRUIJIES

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LOSTl--Go& penicil with
E . Please call 1325.

742p-2

FULLER BRUSHESVI
1SPING HOUSECLEANING IS COM-
ING!
We've got brushes for every need.
Call 1158-3. 127-540
USED CARSI
' PRn nTO IPN Engine and rmn-

Uw{ 1.r m l. 1 S a s icythan talc- yet not anything like a
"face powder." It is mnade with no
other thought in mind than to please
men.
"Buddy Brooks" is highly-antiseptica
and soothing and will quickly heal any
little cut or irritation of, the skin.
Women and children now use
Daddy's Jpowder iu~ preference to, anyr
fluffy, perfumned talcum or heavy' face {

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