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THE MICH1GAN DAILY

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STENOGRAPHERS WANTED
VACATION. Students seeki
ployment .as stenographers
the summer vacation are re
to make out application at t
retary's Office.
WANTED--IOffice girl for six
a day-two hours off at noo
ist with some knowledge o
ography preferred. Afiswe
L-61.
WANTED TO RENT-'-House b
30 with ten rooms or more
references, Mrs. Mary Mye
Rademacher Ave., Detroit.
WANTED-Students to work
chen remainder of semester
ployment assured next yea
Tappan Ave.
WANTED-Cook in fraterni
about 20 men. Woman pre
1005 Lincoln. 3003-. .
WANTED-Garage space near
side of campus for one car.

kS F1or Sniappy Service~ at breakfast or fl I [IIKLL I VI L L I
PM any other time, try REX'"S CLUB
LUNCH, where Toasted Rolls orig- William .Bowie, chief of the depart-
inatedl. 122c-tf ment of geodesy of the United States
Coast and Geodetic Survey, will ad-
intram ural I C ]tems dress a meeting of the freshmen en-
gineering c6ass at 11, o'clock this morn-
FOR ing in room 348 of the Engineering
ng em- (Contied from Page Six) building. His talk will consist of a
duete winners and standings of each league review of the work of the coast and
questedwill be announced and the victors will geodetic survey with which he has'
hbegin tbe elimination series for the had an intimate connection during
fialti-ean the sle'oin u.tepast few years.
fina title and the silver loving cup. Several studentgatherings are be-
4 ourst
Typr The pharmacy school and the junior ing planned for tomorrow at which
n. T1yp-lits are scheduled to meet at 5 o'clock Mr. Bowie will speak. He will ad-
t sten-hnfdress the Rotary club luncheon at
er B this afternoon i a ame of regulation 12 o'clock today at the Chamber of
S p- Commerce.
y June Before a small but interested crowd The talk by Mr. Bowie is the insti-
Best Kappa Nu, taking advantage of the tution of a policy which will be car-
rs, 741 breaks and the exhausted condition of ried forward next year with the pur-
152p-7 their opponents, Delta Sigma Phi, cop pose of interesting students in work
{ped the fifth and deciding match of the in the department of geodesy and
in kit- finals in the fraternity handball tourn- surveying. At present Michigan is
. Em- ament and won the championship. A the only university in the country of-
r. 644 silver loving cup and 65 points on the fering as many as two courses in
153p athletic chart went to the winners. geodesy, accompanied by comprehen-
a c t ct wsive courses in survey.
eferred. The schedule for the All-campus
152-3 tennis singles and the recent change in i Announce Engagement
standings resulting from the comple-' The engagement of Elizabeth Ma-
south tion of the fraternity handball toirna-lloy, '25, of Jackson, to Dr. Albert C.
L uile ment will be announced in tomorrow's Furstenburg, '15M, was announced at

Of course you're interested
in what your food costs; so
are we--and dolng something
about it, too, by 1Taking all
our prices theloWestin town

Phone 960.
DON'T FORGET
Smith Tire Repair
est and most reliable place
to buy tires.
pringfield Diamond Tires
128c-tf
NG is off with a bang. Ted
's Orchestra is to entertain to-,
Get your reservations early.
153

Ups stairs,

Nickel's Arcade

£.

FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on gro-
ceries, see Pierce's ad in the Wed-
nesday issue of The Daily. 125c-tf
FOR SALE
S R SALE-8 room house on East
Catherine St., 12 room house on
Ingalls St.; 10 room house on South
4th Ave. Also have a first class.
farm near Ann Arbor that I will
exchange for Ann'Arbor city prOp-
dv-erty. Inquire J. W. Dwyer, Roomj
<508 Mrst Nat'l Bank Bldg 151c-4
FOR SALE-Two story cottage, large
grounds and boathouse, Strawber-
1y LakeLakeland, Mich. Call
-210W 'between 6 and 7 P. M.
153p-3
FOR SALE-Large comfortable fum.-
ed davenport. Genuine leather
cushion. Just the thing for a
fraternity house. 1210 Wells. 153
153
R SALE-Ford racer. Ames body,1
good condition, good tires, $65.001
'ash. Phone 1751-J, or write Boa(
T. J. Al. Daily. 1521)-2
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred airedale
pup, 10 ,months old. Call 131 Saline.
Inquire W. S. Elfring, 318 N. Ann
rb'or St. 152p-3
FOR SALE-Airdale puppies from
egistered parents. Phone 197-F-22,
" Saline. Fred Kleinschmidt..
145p-43
FOR 'SALE--Cahnoe'-with full equip-
ment, $20. Call 410-R after 6 P. M.I
H. Golden. 153p-2
R SALE-Three rocking chairs
"suitable for student room. 2951-W.
153
FORl SALE-Fine (radio outfit, idd-
tector and two-step amplifier'.
Cheap. Call 613-R. 153p-3:
FOR SALE-One May festival ticket.
Lower floor. R. H. P. Call 782-J.
153p-2
FOR- RENT
FOR RENT-Will sub-let apartment
for one-half price. Immediate pos-
session. Half block from campus.
Desirable for visitors over May fes-.
tival and Graduation. Call 3171-i
after 3 P. M. 153p-2
1287. 153
ROOMS for next fall for men stu-
dents, one single and one double,
'both corner rooms, new house,
steam heat, all modern conveni-
ences, on University car line. 1051
Lincoln Ave. 153p-21
FOR RENT-Tenant wanted to share
suite of three good offices on N.
University, facing campus. Call
296-1. 153-2
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment in
Amberay Apts. for summer months.
Care Daily Office. A. G. 1521)-3

.Lewis. 904-R - -153p- Daily. the Collegiate Sordsis house Satur-
_.ay-evening.
WANTED-Student to work for Senior Laws to Banquet
board. Cail at 620 E. Liberty St.IMembers of the senior class of the Announce Birth
153pLaw school will hold a dinner at 630 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cuthbert an-
WANTED-A good second hand C o'clock tonight in room 316 of the' Un- nounce the birth of a son, Alfred
melody clarinet. Phone 2316-M. . Jr., on Tuesday, May 1. Cuthbert
153-2 was a member of the class of '21 and
- . - Iiwas cheer leader for two years.
W ANTED- Room for 2 girls May 4th. ,. Fraternity Han gers to 3Leet -asIcheer50eaderWe .r7twP.yMars.
Call 2850-M, Wed. 7-8 P. M. 53p I TODAY IS "N'" DAY.
WAN- ------ ;fh - sh . Officials of the Athletic Asso-
WANTED-Pair of high.-top shoes. ciation and Interscholastic de-
N 1 a 9"p =jI partment will meet the house-
HELP WANTED--Delta Delta Delta managers of every fraternity on
sorority desires dish washer. Call! the campus at 7:30 Thursday in REAL SALESMEN WANTED
765-J.15 om 18fth Union. Plans I
76-.153 ofteUin Pls for summer vacation. If you
will be discussed for housing are amlive wire you can clear
LOST and entertaining the athletes $1500 this summer. If you are
who will attend the Interschol- no iewr ontrpy
LOST-Dark shell rimgblasses and astic track meet on May 18 and This is not a peddling or can-
twosa ese. lack lethn 1vassing proposition, but is a he-
glasses case. Reward. Blethany man's job with lhe-man's pay.
Lovell. Phone 368. Alpha Phi man'sjob___thhe-man's__ay.
'lotlse. 153p Write Box 20, Michigan Daily,
Vote in the campus elections today, with telephone number and
LOST--Reward, if black grip is re- sales experience.
turned that was taken from the cor- TODAY IS "i" DAY. I
ner of William ad t r t 1 id-r

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night. J. B. Vlack, 1656-J. 152p-3
LOST-Black leather bill-fold last
Wednesday, containing balls and
change. Phone 392-R. Reward.
153p
LOST-Collegiate Sorosis pin in or
near Alumni Memorial Hall. Mon-
day, April 30. Pinder please call
251. 153p
LOST-Friday night, glasses in a case
betW-en Engineering building and.
115 Park Terrace. Reward. Call
765-i. 153
! Rf [NESS OPPORTUNITY
Make your plans
now far summer.
I still have sever-
al mighty good
towns open. Do not wait until the
best territory is all taken. Come in
and investigate our proposition
ncw.

S Wherever you are, home, camp or outing trips--a
Thermos is aIways a great convenience.
Our big stock ofers best selections.
The Eberbach & Son Co.
200-204 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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Tel. 3221-i.
Across

J. LEADER
622 E. Liberty
from Spedding

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153c-7
PROFESSIONAL salesman had a six
man crew out one week during
spring vacation. Each man aver-
aged $100. Few men needed to com-
plete the crew for summer. Choice
of good territory. Call at 613 Pack-
ard, 1-2 any day. 153-4
1IIOUSECLEANdI G
WE make your house clean without
paint. We do both interior and ex-
terior washing. Ann Arbor House
Cleaning Co. Phone 1995-J.
152c-30
EXPERTS on washing windows at
reasonable prices.- Ann Arbor Win-
dow Cleaning Co. Phone 1995-J.
153c-30

Students wishing part-
time work at a he-man's
job apply at any time'
between
7 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
at New Literary Bldg.
COME PREPARED TO WORK

Copyright 1923 Hart Schaffner & Marx"

If you want to,
believe you're
pendatble, care,
Hating, you're
that kind of c
Schaffner & Ma

make people
capable, de-
ful, discrimi-
got to wear
1otbes. Hart
rx make them

REAL ESTATE

MISCELLANEOUS
TUTORING
GtADUATE student in French, Ger-
man. Translating. Call 269-W.
150-21

AN ENGLISU COTTAGE
of six rooms, all large and well ar-
ranged. Exterior in stucco and
brick. The interior may be finished
to suit purchaser.
This is indeed a charming home re-
markable considering its size, for
comfort, convenience and equip-
ment it provides.
you like tle cottage type yet feel
that you must have a larger home,
then you will like this.
Priced at $11,500
C. LOUIS ANDREWS, Realtor
Tel. 3064, evenings 2789-J. 153c
Fraternity or Sorority
WE have an exceptional opportunity
for some fraternity or sorority. A
well located house, all modern con-
veniences, everything necessary for
the proper environment.
'Whaley Real Estate Co.
310 First National Bank Bldg.
Phone 1821-F-1
151c-21

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RUGS SHAMPOOED or Dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works. .
Phone 50. 135c-tf
GOWNS
GOWNS for Afternoon and Evening
Wear
Negligees and Netheralls
THE GOWN SHOP
719 E. University 146p-12
USED CARS
USED CARS
DORT, Oakland, Buicks, Fords,. and
others.
Staebler & Sons Garage
151c-3
.TYPEWRITING
YOU GET PROMPT AND ACCURATE
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are TYPED by EXPERTS at BID-
DLES BOOK STORE. 11 Nickels

IWILLIAM HOCHREINIS

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Folks say our plumbing
Work is great
They knon our work
Shop's up to dale.
-Mr. Quick.
We are modern plumbers
with just one view point-the
point of your satisfaction.

Norfoiks, sports suits,
3-button sacks. Other
prices are $37-50 to $50

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COMPANY

FRATERNITIES-SORORITIES
We have homes for you that can be

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