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THE MICHIGAN DAILYJ

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THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P,.m.

'ERTI

'he following Box Replies are at tihe
AILY OFICE-Jake, JSC, DAC, DM,
PDU, BA, BC, 12, 10, 18.
LIE CLASSIFIED columnn will colpe

Classified Ra~tes. Two cents a wordf
a clay, paid" in advance. Miniumn
charge for fir'st day, 25c. Mi1nimum
thereafter, 20c. Three cents per word
per day if ch~arged. White space
cha~rged for at rate' of five cents per
agate line. Class ifieds, charged only
to those having phones.
DON'T FORGET.
Smith Tire Repair
Oldest and most reliable place'
to buy tires.
Kelly Springfield Diamond* Tires
128c-ti'
NOTICE~-If the person who took top
<°oat from Lane Hall will return it
~t once, they, will avoid further
tre.pi2 '
FOR ROCK BOT~TOAT PRICES on gr1-
ceries, see Pierce's ad in the 'Wed-
nesday issue of The Daily. 125c-t
WIL PERSON who exchanged violins
at the Campus Lunch Saturday night
call Peterson at 753. 148p-21
SEND that suit to the White Swan
Cleaners. 12 hour service, if de-
sired., Phone 165. 145c-6
SFOR SA~E
FRSALE-A wonderfully ,built tenl
room house locatedl convenient toI
campus and Main Street, All mod-
ern andt fine for ho]me and income.
t~all MRS. GUSTINII, 835-F-i, eve-
nings 2738. 150c
FOR SALE-Airdaie puppies froth
registered parents. 'Phone 197-F-22,
Ealine. Fred Kleinschmidt.
145p-33
BOOT{ LOTERS
A new set of Har~vard Classics, very
reasonable. Call Newell, 2174-R
after 7 p. m. 150p-2
PIAN~O-Haynes Bros., sweet toned
piano. Must sell immediately.
Cheap. 508 E. Ann St., 2450-J.
147p-21
$40.00 will buy an Old Town. Canoe,
victrola, paddles and, equipment.I
This is a real bargain.., 2902-M.
A 147P-21
FOR, SAL1E-Cornet-truimpet model. 1
Good condition. A bargain. Apply
210 S. Thayer. Phone 3083-..
1 50p=3
FOR SALE-Frosh Frolic ticket, Box
D . .C. care of Michigan Daily. "
/ ldn.. ; 1

WANTED
iW ANTED-Position in fraternity, sor-j
orit-Y, hotel, cafeteria, or restaurant
by man and wife. Wife first class
cook and good manager; husband
will do anything. Best of Ann Ar-
bor references. Write Box M. C. Daily.
14';p -4
WANTED-Young U'niversity woman'
Ito care 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' 144-21f
WANTED-Student washing and iron-
ing, also mending, work guaranteed.
Mrs. Pemburton, 540 Detroit St.
Phone 3105-M. 350-3
STUDENTS WANTED-To canvass
auto owners. Something new.' Good
commission. Apply 207 N. State.
156p-2,
WANTED--A small furnished apart-
metfor student and wife for occup-
ancy June 15. Reply, J. S. C. 140p-3
IW A N T E D-Family and students'-
washing. .Telephone- 2873-M.. 150-2
USEI) AIS

C lassifeds-Cfont.
BUJSMNSS OPPORTUNITY
only SIX MORE
IWEEKS of_ SCHOOL
Have you made your
plans for summer? :
Do not wait until It is too late toj
sign for territory. Students from
IMichigan averaged five hundred
dollars clear for summer work.
Come in and look over their. re-
ports and reserve your territory.
H. J. LEADER~
Tel. 3221-- 622 E. Liberty
Across frorm Speddings

SELINGPOSITIONS OPEN
Insurance Agent Will1 Hold Third Con-
sultation
John C.. B. Parker, '17, of the Na-J
tignal life insurance company of Chi-.I
cago, who Was. in the office of the
Dean of Students yesterday interview-
Ing students, will hold a third con-
sultation at 10 o'clock this morning.
It was Mr. Parker's aim to see. allt
those students who might, be int(!rest-
ed in. selling positions and break them
in on the large field work of the or-
ganization which he represents.;. It
will be an opportunity for all those
who are vitally interested in the, in-
surance business to gain experiepice.
Both undergraduates and4 members
of the 1923 graduating classes are in-
vited to see Mr. Parker.'
Yost Rcturns From Chicago Tod ly
Coach Fielding H ,-Yost will return
from Chicago today where he has been
attending a meeting of the Conference
athletic directors. The coach left

i JST

TRECEIVED

149c-1T
WE OFFER you proritable employ-
mient for summer right, near your
home. Have you heard about the
real proposition we have for college
men? See Mr. Burby of Fuller Brush
Co., today only at Michigan Union,
Room 304. 1501
BAGGAGEC

100 TENNIS R.ACKETS
LEE'S SLOTTED THROAT, WRIGHT & DITSON, and SPAU)
EVEEMY ONE CUARANTEED
BoOKESt'

I~OWi~ilifFUR STORAGE?

rs _
9. +
1 T

IET FS STORE. YOUR FURS

RHONE 2700, PACKAGE AND BAG- yesterday for the meeting which was I
GAGE E XPRESS. 100c-21 cle o h purpose of making ar-
rangements for the Conference track
meet to be held June .1 and 2 at Ferry
England Open to Irish, Leader i field.
Lond on, April 27. -T By A. P.) -_________
James Larkin, Irish labor leader, is Swiss Gofernment,lays IU. S.
free to live in. England. B ierne, April 27.-(By Ai. P.)-- Th~ej
Swiss governmlent has repaid the Unit-k
The best TAILORED SUIT in the ed States $10,000,000 in the last year'
city, at Kyer's. See for yourself.-- on loans floated in 41919 and 1920, at
:Adv. 8 per cent. .

No Woman's Wardrobe Is Complete Without
Summer Furs. of Quality
HERE YOU CAN BUY Ax CHOKER AS LOW AS $5

''

Price Concessions over the 'Summer Months
PREVAIL NOW ON FURS MADE TO. YOUR ORDER AND
REMODEI.4ING AND REPAIRING

U7SED CAR BARGAINS
Dort Touring car.... ...74.00
Chevrolet Sedan......... $.0
D~dge Roadster .. .......175.00
Maxwell Touring .......... $150.00
Staebler's Garage 211 S. Ashley
148c-3
CHEVROLET U tility Coupe, out seven
months, hardly run enough to loosen
it up. straight side cords, spot- I
light, heater, and license. Not a
flaw in it. Baked enamel. fi Rish.
Must be sold this week. Bargain
for quick sale. Cash or terms. Phone
2951-Wi for appointmnent. 11'21.
CHURCH ST. 154c
USED FORDS
$50 up
Phone 426, 115 W. Liberty. 150c
FOD1' RENT
FOR RENT-Apartlpent, furnished or,
unfurnished, two ,blocks from cam-
pus. Vacant May 1st. Two rooms~
and private bath, separate entrance,
continuous hot, soft water, large
closet. No housekeeping facilities.
Business or professional woman
preferred. Phone 2227-W. 150p-2
FcOR.RENT-Bloise near campnus suit-
able for fraternity. Will vcc(,mIimo-
date 20 to 25 studcents. Setond and'
third floors fuirnished. Cail W1igle,
902-R between 9 and 11 a. m.
150p
' 'OARD
For Suiappy Service at breakfast or
any other time, try ,RE X ' S CLU13
LUNCH, where Toasted Rloils orig-
Xnated,. . 122c-.tf

Pay Less Here

ZWERP-.LING BLG.
ANN ARE3RM ICH1.

WvlyfPay

COME TO THE UNION

)Iore?

SAFE STORAGE

SATUR DAY

AFTERNOON,

APRIL

28

to the dance given. by the Veterans' Hlusted
Sorrestino Orchestra.

$.00

2:30 - 5:00

tweedf Knikers, $4.98

_.

A arge asortiment of materials in both
ladies and men's breeches or' knickers.

GOLF

HOSIERY

ehave secured afind

LISLE

GOLF

wrSoE

Wo"0'1 o1p
Hiking S~hoes High-Tops, Packs, Army and Dress Shoes,
Leather arid Wrap Puttee
Outing Shirts i n Khaki, Serg, Poplin, Plaid Wool, etc.
SweaersSport Coats, U4Jnderwear, and Hosiery
Cravee'tesarnd Topcoats
Price,$15 and tp

of

Priced at $1.50

14yp-L
FOR SALE---18 ft. Old Town Canoe in
good, condition. Phone 2635-W aft-
er 7:30 P-12. 149p-3
FO'R'D- SALE-Bicycle, $10. Phone
8mfth at University 123. 150p-2
FOR SALE-Oak library table, $15.''
Phone 2347-M. 150-2
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly. =Adv.

TH9SE WILL NOT LAST LONG' BETTER

-lOCW would you like to eat at a soror-
ity house for the rest of the year?
Good food. Call i 65-W. 150p-2
CLEANERS AM) PRESSEJIS
12 hour service, if desired, at the White
Swan Cleaners. Phone 165 and let.
us call for that suit or dress to be
cleaned. 145c-G
'A stitch in time saves nine. We mend
fand repair every suit sent here tc
be cleaned and pressed. White Swar
Cleaners, Phone 165. 139c-12
CLEANING, $125-Pressing, 35 cents,

CET YOURS EARLY'

Rai'n o $ ,,50up
WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT

e-

TINKER & .COMPANY

LOST

SurlusSupplies Store,213 N.4th Ave.

LE~T-AlondaY, man's: gold open face'
Watch, around State and Main busi-
Aess sections~. Reward. Box E. P.

S. STATE ST. at! WILLIAM ST.

"It Pasto Wlk a F'., locl~s

;L

lam; 143p-3
T-,et Sigma: Pi pin betweeni
lon and Packard on, State uSt.,
iesday. Phone Becker, 1680-1t.
15f!

LOST-Pink 'coral set between Chubb's
-ince April 1. Please call Helen'
ST-Pair shell rimmed spectacles,
ear Nickels Arcade. Phone 1216-R.
149-2
ST-M4ink choker at the baseball
ai-e Saturday. Call 2949. Reward.
149p-3.
LST-Corbin auto wheel lock. Re-
ard. Call Giddings,. 110-R. 149p-2
ST - Tortoise shell glasses last
eek. Call 3085-M. 149p-2
F'OUND
UJND-A safe jplace, to leave my
urs, where tbey are insured against
11 losses at Zwerdling's Fur Shop.
w, 150-3
REAL ESTATE
CAVANALIGI LAKiE COTTAGE
N w and pretty, large screened porch,
Me lake front. and view, good bath-
ing beach. Only $2,300. Terms if
ou .want them. E. Roy Holmes,
13 S. Main. 147-5

Laundry Agency. L. 0. Clapp, 1119I kF
kS. University. 121c-21
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mill two blirds with one stone. Send
Fyour laundry as well as your clean-;
Ing and pressing. ($1.25 per suit)
Iat the same time to the, White Swan =-
*Cleaners. Phone 165. 139c-12
trunk keys. Lawmxowers sharpen- t a i nr i h uc
ed. Phone 2498, Keeler. 1136 W.
Huron. _1_0_-_1_ THAT "WILL MAKE A HIT WITH YOU]
RUGS SHAMPOOED or Dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works. -
Phone 50. 135c~tf,
TYPEWRITING
YOU GET ,PROMPT AND ACCURATE #
service when your MANUSCRIPTS B S e
are TYPED by EXPERTS. at,'BID-
DLEiS BOOK STORE. 11 Nickels STATE STREET'
Arcade. lllc-tf ;
TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING a dig ~S
promptly and neatly done. 0. D.
MORRILL, 17" Nickle's Arcade.
146c-6 ~ ~Srw er
TYPE WRITE"IW
EXPERT Typewriter Repairing, allI h rt a e-.
makes. Ann Arbor Typewriter Ex-
change. Phone 866. 9 Savings Bank
Block.. 123c-tfWHo W afe
USICw
,WHEN 'YOU want the best Recor ds Salads
you will turn invariably to Victor , = OPEN 8:30 A. M. TO 11:00 P. M.
Records. Large and comiplete stock
at Schaeberle & Son, Music HouseI Service You Will Appreciate
GOWTTNS0

Les

Ice Cream

R FRIENDS

Betsy Rs
NICKEL'S ARCADE
Light Lunches
Cold
refreshents
Ca- di~s
without an equail'

K(ODAK FINISHING

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