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THE iICT-IGAN DAILY

RISFINGIE

NOTICE'
T.Ihe joling Bo Replies are at the
Daily Office: 12, 18, .10, DM, PDU,
BA, BC, Jake.
.MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED..
RATES
Classfed Rtes. 'Two cents a word!
a day, paid 'in advance. Minimum .(
charge fr first day, 25c. Minimum
thereafter,. 2k. ;Three cents per word
per day' if carged. White space
charged for ,at rate of five cents perl
agate line. Classifleds, charged only
to those having phones.
Phlone 1HMO.
TYPEWRITER ,SALE'
Some faecoj' rebuilt; others used
machines; fully guaranteed. All
makes $10. up. Installments as low
as $5 a month. All makes rented,
sold, repaired~ 'excanged, bought.
0. D. MORRLL,
17 Nickle's Arcade. Phone 17181
Dealer: L. C. Smith A Corona type-
writers. 146-3
Qlo " 'i FORGET
Smith Tire Repair
Oldst and most reliable place
to 'buy tires.
kelly Springfield Diamond Tires
128c-tf
"WHEN WILL I KNOW" and "LIZ A
by the Oiroe. Terrace Orchestra.
STOFFLET" PHONO SHOPS, Nick-
el'a Arcade and 110 E. Washington.
146c1
FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on gro-
ceries, see Pierce' ad in the Wed-
nesday ss1Aq of The-.Daily. 125-tf
SEND thiat suit to the White Swan
CleanerfsC. 12 hour service,..if'de-
sired. Phone 14-5. 145- r
LOS-Will person who took gabard-
ine coat by mistake at Methodist
church, ,Sunday night, please return
it to the church office and get own.
LOST--Alpha Phi pin. Mared JuliaI
M. Renwick. Saturday at ball game.I
Call Housekeeping Office at Uni-
'erity ~ e,-ospial. 146-2
LOAT-A' pearl. and amethyst ring in
Library third floor wash room. 644
East University or call 2445-Rt. Re-1
ward. 142-6
LOS-Black leather notebook Sat
Valuablo t Namve staped o
cover. ,teard. 'hiie fib-M.=i4-p3
LOST-S tl 1,4 !Y onThompson neni
Madiso = up br lla. Call
27.38. i44
LOST-SattP'rday eveninig, a small gld
watch, ;". hii ials, G . C. Call
1754-R: x14C3
LOST -',b&,&, Lyrist watch on black
wrist lbnnd, Reward. Call 516-R.
146p-2
LOST-Tire press In my trousers.
Found at Greenre's. Call 1449-M.
12.2c-3
LST-Gold wrist watch, Elgin make.
Finder please call 189. Reward. 146p
LOST-?46toimeter, south of campus.
Return tQ 812 Monroe. Reward. 146
LOST-Leather notebook, containing
history otes.x Call Moore, 2288' 146
Do You;KNOWa we have the most
completely equpoed plant in the
country for the Repairing, Refinish-
ing andi Upholstering of furniture?
Phone 381W. P. 16. HARDING.
88c-21
DID YOU ever's a tenor banjo with
a 14 inch head? Immense tone.'
Come In ail try it. Schaeberl e &
Son 1V"AsicHouse, 14c

FOR SALE7-First :lass rooming house
in the bhest location ink the city. Wll
let student furniture, etc., too, with
house. Inquire J. W. Dwyer, 50,3
First National Bank Bufiding.
WOR SALE-Afie all-mnodern Mill-
alow on SlSate. Oa-k flors anc-tl
finish. Lot is g>ood sized. Garage.
Price is reasonablel. Call MR1S.'
jGUSTINE, S3)5-F-1, evenings 273.')S
FUMED 0OAK, i ;st n in-
graph, kitchen cabiine., ibeds, san3itfary
cot, electeric sweepe(r, rg 307 N.
Fourth Ave. Phone 454. 146-3
FOR SALE-18 ft. canoe in good con -,
dition, fully equippedl. See Whita- i
ker or A.ldrichi at 1213 WillarIT.
Phone 1456-W. I1)-3
CANOE I FOR SAL:.I--20fotMri
with equipm-ent. 1lies mahog;any,
decks, itsorgalpitLienw
Terms. 41.0-R. 146pI-2
and (1springs, oistv, uicl.ie
andbech rizigre. ;t 4Ceddels
Phone 833-R. 1463
FOR SA:T 1E CIIEAP-D~ort car, lood
condition, new tires. One amputat-
ing case with instruments Call
1889-W . 144p-3
FOR SALE-A irdlaleo puppies from
reg~stcredlparent,. Phone 19VI+'-22,
Saline. Fred JIci ncid.
145p-338'

TYPEWRIEUS
TYPE WRITERS
R,. pairedl, rebuilt, and cleaned. Our
prices are right andl our workmanship
guaranted. tWie also sell typewrit-'
ers, typewriter supplies, and buy us-
ed machines.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
E~XCH{ANGE
No. 9 A. A. Savings Bank Phone 866
145c-2
TYPEW r! IRS REPAIRED
Telephone 1718
Typewriter and typewriting sup-'
plies; ribbons, carbon paper, second
sheets, oil cans, brushes, etc
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickel's Arcade Established 1908
146c-3
TYPEWR 3tITE RS FOR SALE
EFor quick sale the~se are priced low.
1 Royal No. 10-$40.
1 Royal No. 5-$30,.
1 Unhder1wood INO. 5-$60.
Royal Typewriter Sales and Service
308 S. State St. 146-3
EXPERT Typewriter 'repairing. ail
makes. Ann Arbor Typewriter Ex-
change.! Phone 866. 9 Savings :n1
Block. 123c-ti'
A stitch in time saves nine . We menO
and repair every suit sent here tc
be cleaned and pressed. White Swra,
Cleaners, Phone 165. 139c-12
i 'CIYEWRLITING
YOU GET PROMPT AND ACCURATE
service whe-bn Your MANUSCRIPTS
are TJYPED by EXPERTS at BID-
DLE~S BOOB STORE. 11 Nickels
ArcadIe. 111c-tf
't",'":' ITING & MIMEOGRAIPHING,
p)romptly andl ne. tly done. 0. D.
MORtRILL, 17 Nickle's Arcade.
146c-61

Cfil',VROL :T Utility iruu. Otsv
r en months. Hardly run enough to
loosen it up. 5 stright side cords, spO -
light, heater andl license. Not a b1)i-
ishi anywhere Best reasocns for sel-
cash, or terms to responisible p' a. .

USED) CARlS

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Ar

COACH 1 Y OPLNS NEW
('os~~~ ItIiPi II. ost will leave
Ju ne 4 on a five (lay tour through

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Phione 2951-W . 1121 C hiurch St zthe upper peninsula, during which he14 p il d lv r 'i~ s s b f r o a
HUPMOBILE R-200, new tires, A-i clubs, high s chools and alumni asso-
condition. Dodge sedan 1919, price catosoft the ulces visited. It will
ed right, be the arziTy mentor's first trip to
WVASHTENAW MOTOR CO. upe Mch'1 n1in Such a copacity.
207 E. Washington I Sault 1t.Marie will be visited
145c-2 June 5 ,- an oominee June 9, the
'I SIN ESS{O' ' TUN ''iti itntenrvening:day-,s being spent in
L~,nxoo, Thpeming, Calumet, and
How much money where'lie will speak before
o muhmnyjoiime, tings of organizations of
di.you earn spring
.vacation ?,Ask your; thos'e cities an d adjacent towns. In
fiends 'that sold; Menominee Coach Yos't will attend an
for Leader what profit they made last, inter-scholastic track meet.
week. Better still, come up and let Coach Yost returned yesterday from
me show you the reports of the Ann M'~inneapolis where -in attendance with
Arbor men that made from forty to tle coaches and athletic directors of
ninety dollars in five dlays. eight Conference schools he was the
H. J. LEADER gudest of honor at the official opening
Tel. 3221-J 622 E. Liberty, of the University of Minnesota's
Across from Spedding's, $2,000,000 stadium-auditorium drive.
________142c-10 lDuring h is stay at the university the
CLEANERS AND IILESSER $ coccl took' part in a. monstrous stu-'
dent parade, addressed several meet-

U' Genuine
Direct from
LONDON
}y (Guaranteed Waterproof)
I at
I'Lutz Clothing
* DOWN TOWN

!NG

Store

IVAiNTIE1*

First class i dho. lncce 1940
until 4:30 or 711'-6', after.4:3. I
146-21
$25.Als stel gita, bd2.Call
410-11 after 6 P .16-
FOR S ALZ-Paig e Touring, modcl
6-.i1. Cheap. -Phone 3230-.M fo r cde-E
monGYstraIton. 1346-3~
FOR SALE-Complete full-dress out-
fit. $25. 906 E. Huron, evenings 6
to 8. 145p-3

WANTED-Young University woman
ato care for tWo small boys at Wal-
Iloon Lake, Mich., from about June
15 to Sept. 15. Address X, care ad-
vertising mgr. of the Daily, 144-21
WANTS D-at 'University H-ospital.
Students for porter wprk, either for
board or 35c per hour. Apply House-
keeping Office. 144-3
Vi A? TED-Rooming house for eight
girls, during next school year; must
he near campus. Call, 1951-11.
144-

12 hour service, if desired, at the White in s at th~e 53001 and attended t1 e
Swan Cleaners. Phone 165 and lett v ,.rIT y foot'Dall practice as the guest M
us call for that suit or (dress to Ise Of Ca William Spaulding of 'Min-
cleaned. 145c-6 .nreso ta. ".MllIul[1111~li114MI~ i11dI
CLEANING, $1.25-Pressin , .35 cents,' -
Laundry Agency. L. 0. Clapp, 11 u3 nie ilMe oa
S. University. 121c-21 Sci;ener will mieet at 102
c'clo'k tiicrning in room 348 of, =
Ox WNS ie Vx'?niueerin building for the -
GOWNS for Afternoon and 'Evening L~n.dion of i portant class busi
Wear Xconcern in g the activities duringV
thecet];. preceding graduation. Mat-
Neglgeesand ethealls tos which. will come up for discussion
THE GOWN SHOP
71a.Uiest 4p1 r- the senior reception, the annual <
e ~~senior ej- ninering outing, senior _ Lri[J
FNLOWE i~1S ;canes, pictures, and graduating invita-I
tions, the coining campus elections,
f 1 coic ct-fAVps1 and pat cand the election of the class day -
'. George BISCHOFF, 220 Chapir speaker. y
St. Call 309-F-1. I lOt - -
Patrniz Daly dverises.-dv, Want to sell that used car? Call
Patonie DilyA dertser.-A V.960.-Adv.-
Rea th X'antAd Look over the values in the classi-
reds.-Adv.
DONTW
Mzmm
jt a oucmYi n a
*i 1t iW A&..A...MO.t~.

Pum- PS

The "PEGGY"
A SATIN LOW HEEL
PUMP WITH CUT OUT
SADDLE OF BLACK
SUEDE. FOR DRESS OR
STREET WEAR at $7.60

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- 108 5. MAIN

FOR SALE-Two May Festival Cou-
pons, ,$1 each. Phone D,7:,-',.
146
FOR SALEB-Nitet serge uni7form. Size
40. Dargain. C.ar L, 27-. 146p
FOR. SALE --One Military Pall ticket6-,7 a.-
TYPE WR1ITFUS'1E £L
Three months for $ up; Reinng
tons. Royals, Undoerwoods, L. C.
Smiths, Coronas, c'. TRibbons, re-
pajirsfreewhlerte .
Telephon0 e 1718.
0. D. MORRILL, 17 Nickle's Arcade.!
116c-3I
Kill two birds with one stone. Sendl
your laundry as well as yor le an-
ing and pressing.* ($1.25, per suit4)

-'STUDENT to serve from 6 to 8 p.
In. at the Marbruck Tea #Shop. Phone
2641-R., 632 Forest. 145-2
WerA,-T D-A small furnished apart-
m~ent for student and wife for occup-
ancy June 15. Reply J. S. C. 146p-3
il A. N rr E --F"anily and(Istudlents'
w iashing. Telephone 2873-4.
Tutorigin French andi Germanan
translating.. Call 269-W. 145p-3
'WANTED- Ticket to the Arch itectq
Party. Call Weaver, 2747. 146p-3
W NANTED- One Military Ball1 ticket.
Call Thompson, 2340-M. 146p
'FOR RENT
FOR, RENT- An upright Mahogany
jKnabe piano. $5 per month. Tel
1A9QLkT 29 'ARa(nnrr 1Ae~.-. 0

ON .SHOES

absorbs.
Ideal also 'after' washing your
hair. Adds life and, luster.
Ask your barber for a Sta-.
I comb Rub.
At all druggists.

R~EC. U.S. PAT. OFICE .
Makes the flair Stay Combed

h.

t ,
.s.

at the same time to the Whine r J 16t- vi. 4Zmynr.14j-
Cleaners. Phone 165. 1390-12 FOR RENT-Garage after May 1, 1233
FLINT STUDENTS-IHcated sedan Voliand St. 2432-W. 146p
leaves Frida y nights returning Sun - BOARD
day night. Railroad rates. Phone1 -
1394-J. 37c-21 For Snappy Service at breakfast or
any other time, try R E X' S CLUB
LOCKSMIII--Ali kinds of door and, LUNCH, where Toasted Rolls orig-
trunk keys. Lawnowers sharpened: ! iated. 122c-tf
Phone 2498, Reeler. 1136.,V-. JH-ur- BQ
on. ll4p-21 _______________________

RUGS SHAMPOOED or Dust cleanedl
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50. '1,3 c-tr
FULLER BIIRUSHES.
SPRING HOUSECLEANING IS
COMIN lG!
We've got brushes for every need.
Call 1158-J., 127c-21

GAGE EXPRESS. 100c-21

Wherever you are, home, camp or outing trips-a
Thermos is always a great convenience.
Our big stock~ offers best selections.
The Eberbach& Son Co.
200-204 EasT LIBERTY STREET
Thee 'S, A ifference--
In the quality of milk

~MA/ K
QRWJ(

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Careful Finishing
that Protects your
Negatives
We feel a real respon-,
sibility for film left
with us for development.
N egativ~es cannot be re-
placed, and there are
often several exposures inl
each roll that are inval-
uable to the owner. Care-
ful methods and scientific.
formulae bring results.
that justify your en trust-
ing youir films to our
finishing r. department'.
Of course we are
equipped for enlarging-
]cet us show you some
samples of our work.

to the last stitch

Stylish--

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trim. as a yacht. Style that sets off a young
in swagger lines and dashing distinction.

man's figure

When buying, be assured of highest quality

You'll be enthused when you .see the new models we're show-
ing in

for

Milk

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GOO CLOTHES

Cream

Striking effects in new stripes, Scotch tweeds, fancy gabardines,
checks, overplaids, basket weaves.

B utter

Cheese

Seeing is believing. We have built this home in Ann Arbor. When!

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1$40'

- $45

can we show it to you?

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Allen's feature, values $25-$30--$35

Purity and Excellence

N. F. ALLEN C

Annt~ Arln, Hnmfl.Riii~cherp ,~~ii~

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