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THE MICMtGAN' I LY

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COLUMNI
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

A DVERTI SING

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NOTICEs

Thle followig Box Replies are at the
Daily. Office': 12, 18, 10, DM, .PDU,
BA, BC, Jak~e.
"YOU TELL H ER, I STUTTER" and
"W'AY DOWN YONDR IN NEW
ORLEANS"., by the Cottn Pickers.
STOFFLET~ PHONO SHOPS, Nickels
Arcade and~ 110 'E. Washington.

T ~ OR SAlA* -3.
FOR, SALE-Large beatiful lots on
Woodside in Buell's subdivision. 85
x140. $3,000. Among the best in
the city for the money. L. D. Carr
an~d C. J. Tremnlel, 17 Savings Bank
Bldg. Phone 441-F-1.14

WANTESD
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 me at once.'
F. Roy. Holmes, Realtor, 113, S. Main
i 140c-6
WANTED-Young University womax
to cafe for two small boys at Wal-
loon Lake, Mich., from about June
15 to Sept. 15. Address X, care ad-'
vertising mgr. of the Daily. 144-21
WANTED-at University Hospital.
Students for porter work, either for
board or 35c per hour. Apply House-
keeping Office. 144-31
WANTED-Rooming house for eight
girls, during next school year;. must
be near campus. Call 1951-R.

DON'T FORGET
Smith tire Rep fr
Oldest 8i' mot reliable place
,buy tires.'
Belly Springold Diamond Tires
FAR ROCK BzOTTOM PRICES ongro-
eerie semsPerce's ad in the Wed-
2esay i ;Te Daily. 125-tf
"Ap~I~i au~e"-Vctor Special release.
ryit, at S aeere & "Son's Music
iUus, 110m S Mai St. 145c
"S l1 thiat stt t the White Swan
Ceaners. 12 hour service, If e-
RtEAL ESTATE
AGOOD HOME
WITH SIX LARGE LIVAB13
ROOMS, FUUL BSMNT, BATH,
AND REhCEPT~OI HAL'.1.
IT HAS O , JCH ERXT BOTH
IN ROO1M A A T P4D -
''ERIO~iATTtO TIV .NW+SI , TET
WE CON1IW1) I ON OW UR
BEST O+ Iz Nx.
GOOD LIOCA PION SOTH O F CM-
PRICE f$-r;$1 TON
51 5:.R TNAT. BN$
TEL. 3064 ivEkNNS 2789J
145c
:. A good 12' rom bhouse o Dyis ion
St. near Camputts. Very pleasant lage
rooms and laceg* At real propo-
sition for the pie,,ased a d pay-
ments are v'r esrable. on'tfail
to inquire abut this..
r rEX tA
We have homre th I are real homes
in any sects 4 ofthe city at your own
orrice. A hom thle you, will be pleas-
ed to ow4,.
MICHIGAN fREAL :TAI'LCO.
Phones: Office 646; R~,1-W, 2522-R,
213-. ,, ,145
.A BARGAIN
,one of th? best los i, the city and
a six room." house ,with ,uraparlor,
sleeping prciisnd garage, all new;
south eat o ca 'pu~
WHAIYEY R'" ESTATE CO.
National Bank Bulding
k ~'Phone 1821
145c-21
TEN R014 44ISI lo~a ted' inear the
campus. ee t c ld ~and
returnng t;bbfe ,f ,2 526.ontW.
ly during ,se Q( yer':Can be
bought reasonaiE y;S RS GS-
TINE, 835--iaeenng, 2738.
14c
FRATflJ T,?S-ORO1RiTIES
We have bogies for yu ;that can be
handled on _yvry eay ptermpw.
A. H. 'Paton , 1742 13 First Nat'l
Bank ,Bdg. g
Paton Phone 40 :Dncanson
145-21
-SPRING IS HEfF-BTIY YOUR US-
FibDCAftNOW
1922 :Hdsn, 7 passenger, 5 new
cord tire&.
1921 -Essex Sedan, looks like new
and ruffslike new.
1922 Hudson ,Coach,
1917. Hudon; 7 passenger, new paint]
job and; motor in peecbno~dition.
1919' od a Touring..
1917 ° Hupp Roadster.
19161W11170 Knight orng.6 t
1914 -OVerand .Tou inggoo bat-
, tery and goed tires. ,
1919 awell Tur in.
1918 eo Roadster.4,
Two : Hudson 6-40, good tires,
cheap.
HWu1VI'SN&ESEAX GARGE
Phone 275

SPECIAL
Gold 'plated Gillette safety razor,
only 98c.
J. B. EIBLIER
JEWELER
314 S. MaKi
145
FOR SALE-First class rooming house
in the best location in the city. Will
let student furniture, etc., toco, with
Ihouse. Inquire J. W. Dwyer, 503
First National Bank Building.
1456-3
FOR SALE-Old Town Canoe. Sixteen
It. Otca; In perfect condition. Ad-

dress Jpick Wallis,

Ann Arhor

Post Office, or Geo. Lawson,' Elkskin
Moccasin Co., Ypsilanti. 143p-3
FOR SALE-17 foot Morris canoe.
Decks-perfect shape. Victrola;
records; lifesaving cushions; equip-
ment. $70. Burket, 1165-W.
144p-2
FOR SALE-18 ft. canoe in good: can-
dition, fully equipped. See Whita-
ker or Aldrich at' 1213 Willard'.
~Phone 1456-W.; 145p-3
FOR SALE CHEAP-Dort car, good
condition, new tires. One amputa t-
Ting, case with instruments Call
1889-Z '. 144p-3]
FOR. SALE--18 foot Old Town Canoe.
First class condition. 'Phone '1940
until 4:30 or 7118-F5 after 4:30.
144-2
FOR SALE-Airdale puppies fromi
registered parent . Phone 197-F-22,
Saline. Fred 1I.einschmidt.
145p-33
FOR SALE-Corona typewriter, with
stand; almost new. Price $35. Phone
2318-M. 145p
FOR SALE-Tenor Banjo in first class
shape. Suitable for light work. Call
1439-W.' 145
FOR, SALE-Complete full-dress out-
fit. $25. 906 E. Huron, evenings 6
to 8. 145p-3
FOR SALE-A $50 flivver in good
running condition. Call Ely, 231,.
1441)-2

144-3
STUDENT to serve from 6 'to 8 p.
m. at the Marbruck Tea Shop. Phone
j2641-R. 632, Forest. 145-21
Tutoring in French and. German and
translating. Call 269-W. 145p-3
"DO YTOU KNOW we. have the most
completely equipped "plant In the
country for the Repairing, Refinish-I
ing and Upholstering of fnrniture?i.
Phone 381-W. P. B. HlARDING.
88c-21
RUGS SHAMPOOED or Dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.;
Phone 50. 135c-if
KODAK FIM8lS1NG E
W ILMS-Developed and printed by
our oven photographers. Leave
flms at any of our st doe today,I
get prints tomorrow nighlt. Calk-
ins' Fletcher Drug Co. 109c-21
FOR HIRE
FOR I'IRE-Enclosed car, with or
without driver. Phone 1758-R.
7lc-21

J TYPE WRITERSM
TYPEWRITERS
'Repaired, rebuilt, and cleaned. Our
piices are right and our workmanship
E guaranteed. We also sell typewrit-
el',s, typewriter supplies, and buy us-.
Ie4 machine&.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER'
No. 9'A. A. Savings Bank Phone 866
(X ~ TEXRNE 145c-2
EX*P!RTTypewriter Repairing,. all
maljes. Ann Arbor Typewriter Ex-
clia ge. Phone 866. 9 Savings Bank,
B31o,..k. 123c-tf,
REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPE-
IWRIETERS: Call Stacy R. Black,
432 Thompson. Phone 1128-J. We
deliver. 141p-21
A stjtch in time yes nine . We mendl
al direpair every suit sent here tc
b clanedand pressed. White Swar
C~aerPhone 165. 139c-12j
I3USINESS OPPORTUNITY
Q IHo * much money!
ddyou earn spring
j r }vacation? Ask your
-'friends that sold
foi Leader what profit they made last
wek. Better still, come up. and let
me how you the reports of the Ann
Arbor men that made from forty to
ninety dollars in five days.
HP. J. LEADER%
Tel. ;4221-J 622 E'.Liberty,
Across from Spedding's
142c-10
I " U R, ,1TI
FOR, RENT- : house suitable for a
frg'ternity or sorority. Located one
half block from the campus. Sec-!
on-~ and third floor student furni.
tune included. Call Mris.- Gustine,
83,424J or 2738. 145-cr
FOR RENT-For summer furniished
apartment, in Cambridge, ten mmi-
ut is walka from 'Hairvard college.
For' further infornmation telephone
16111-W it the, evening. 143p-3

12 hour service, if desired, at the White
Swan Cleaners. Phone 165 and let!
us call for that suit or dress to be
cleatfed. 145c-6
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv,

CULEASIRS AND) JRESSERS

TYPEWRITING{
YIOU GET PROMPT'ANb ACCURATF
service 'when..your- MANUSCRIPTSj
are TYPED! bY XPRTlS at BID-j
DLES BOOK STORE. 11 Nickels!
Arcade. lllc-tfj

MISC1ELLA(EOUTS
jKill two birds with one' stone. Send-
your laundry as well as your clean
ing and pressing. ($1.25 per sut)
at the same time to the -White'$Sva
Cleaners. Phone 165. 139c-12'
CLEANING, $1.25-Pressing, 35 cents,
Laundry Agency.' L. 0. 'Clapp, 1119
S. University. 121,c-2'1
It's true efficiency to use Daily
Ql as s ie ie d s--Avv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Prof. H. M.Ran(
dep~artment, who
attending~ the coniv(
lca.n Philosojphical
pected back until.
the week. He will
ing with his wr
before that body.

Ifyou want REAL fountain pen service at the minimuim cost
m~o"EASoTE
is the pen andRIDER'S PEN SHOP the place.
The first cost hats been' the last one on more than 900 penis sold here.

I in

Do you use Classified ai4
feeds.-Adv.

Aska user, 'he. will tell you.

RA~nALL
TO P]

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C. E. GALLUCP CO.
Real Estate

FOR. SALE-Dress suit, size 40. $15.
Anderson. Phone 1399. 145
FOR SALE--A Military Ball Ticket.
Call Staebler, 1769-M. 145p
LOST
LOST--=Apearl and amethyst ring in
Library third floor wash room. 644
East University or call 2445-R. Re-
ward. 142-6

Alocation for a fraternity that can not
be duplicated
Two blocks from the camp.s. A house that will comfralccmoterm'0 2-Tobhros--dr
n'itory, -large kitchen and other necessary: facilities for the"
accommodation of a lar ge number.
,The house is modern in "every ;respect and could easily be
added to 'without in any way detkacting from the attractive
outward appearance. The lot -is a 'corner one 99x 132 feet.
We point this out as' one 'of' the best frafernity locations
in the city-and the most reasonable-$25,000 with terms you~
can handle.

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LOST-Martin fur neckpiece, Friday
afternoon between Millen's store and
Mack's.' Reward offered..'B ox RAH,.
Daily. 1,45-2
LOST-Small black handbag,, contain-
ing papers belonging to Mrs. M. A.
Hilliker°. Ph~one 1405-M. Reward.
144-2
LOST-Brown leather pocket-book on
Williams between State and Ham-
ilton Place. Call 196-M. Reward.
145p
LOST-Sigma Chi Badge. Finder
please call Slusser, 2894-R. Reward.
143p-3
LOST,--Leather notebook containing
history notes. Call Moore, 2288.
144-2
LOST-The press in my trousers.
Found at Greene's. Call 1449-M.
121c-30
LOST-Gold pencil with initials H. D.
P. Please call 1328. 143p-3
BOARD
For Snappy Service at breakfast or
any other time, try RE X' S CLUB
LUNCH, where Toasted Rolls orig-
inated. 122c-tf
CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY,
BEAUTY PARLOR,
Blue Bird Hair Shop
5 ,Nickel's Arcade
Darling and Malleaux
221 S. State, 7 Nickel's Arcade
CARPET CLEANING
Rugs Shampooed or Dirt Cleaned
Ann Arbor Carpht. Cleaning Works
Phone 50
DRUG STORE
Edsill's Rexall Drug. Store
208~ So. Main St.
JEWVELRY

Call 808

,

CHARLES E. GALLUP CO.
206-7 National Bank Building

,.hf

Good clothes give
you."confidence
$L LF-ASSURANCE, scientists

HEATING

ENGINEERS

PHONE 41

119 E. WASHINGTON ST.

say, isl the basis of progress.-
Good clothes give yoU self-assur-
ance as nothing else can.Wer

PLUMBING

CONTRACTORS

them. The long, service they af-

9

New cars are advpncing In price:.
Buy a used car now and save $50 to
$100.
We have:
192 Nash, GouII
1922 Buick, Toujring
19182'Buick Sedan
1917' Buick Roadster
1919 Chevrolet Touring
1922' Chevrolet To~urin~g
A. A. BUICK SALES,
120 Wert Huron St. Phone 494
-' - 145
1919 StTUD~EBAK(ER BIG SIX
GOOD TIRES AND IN GOOD ME-
CHANICAL CONDITION. PRICE
$575 00.
WASHTEN&AW MOTORS
417 E. auron Phone 815-R
145c
HUPMOBILE R-200, new tires, A-i
condition. Dodge sedan 1919, pric-
ed right.
WA SHTIENAW MO)TOR CO.
207 El. Washington_

SCFIIM.ACFER HKARDWARE COMPANY
A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS

Hart Scha ff ner and MYarx
No rfolkspo rt smus,

308-10-12 SOUTH MAIN STI!:EETP

PHoNE-s 174-.175-M

3

Now %Is TWO Time--s

and ¢ button, sacks.
X42
Others at $30 to. $50

To THINK OVSCREENS

J. B. Eibler
314 So. Main St.
LEATHER. GOODS
F. W. Wilkinson
325 So. Main St.

Fly time is coming-it's time now to get out the old screens and look
them over-and it's time, too, to think of the screen cloth that was.
used in making them. If your screens are made of iron, or steel, or
bronze, you're apt to fi'nd plenty of holes; to Patch and a big' job of

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