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THE MICHIGANRAILY____

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~OTI C E
'The following B~ox Replies are at tiwo
DAILEY.OFFICE: DW, Jakie, JSC, X,
B3C, BA, 12, PDU, 20, 18.
RATES
Classified Rates. Two cents a word
a day, paid in advance. Minimum
charge for 'first day, 25c. Minimum
thereafter, 20c. Three cents per word
per. day if charged. White space
charged for at rate of five cents per
agate line. Classifieds, charged only
to those having phones.
Phone 960.
DON'T FORGET
Smith Tire Repair
Oldest and most reliable place
to buy tires.
Kelly Springfield Diamond Tires
1-28c-tf'
WHY NOT-Have that Spring Frater-
nity Party some week-end at the
Sand Lake Resort, Putnman, Mich.
Rhone 25 Tipton. 154p-21

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FOR ROCK BOTTOM.PRIES on gr~o-
ceries, see Pierce's ad. in.tile VWed-
nesday issue of The, Daily. 125c-t,
NEW VICTOR RECQ1hWS fo'r May
now on sale at Schaeberle & Son's
Music House. 1544'
A REX Special Canoe Lunch will
make her want to go again. Rex's
Club lunch.- 154c-tf
FOR SALE
FRATERNITY ORra-1I~tORY
* residence property ranking among
the finest in this city is available
for a fraternity. Considering prox-
imity to. campus, characterof, the
house and size of the property, this
has absolutely no equal. This prop-
erty is being handled exclusively by
CHARLES E. GAJJtVP CO.
246.7 National Bank Bldg.
Phne 808.~
1 54c'

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THISClass ifie ds-Cont. , UNIRSMITOROR
IF IESES3 XE13 T yewriter Rlepairing, 'all LEAES FOR CONTES
mae.Ann Arbor 1Typawriter Ex-__
I NG! in .Phone 866. 9 Savings Bankt
A Iblack. 123c-tf Gerrit Demmink, '23, the Univecr-
sity's 'representative at the N orthern.
WANTED 1?~WER League Oratorical contest wh':ich willX
be held Friday night at the Univer sity
WVANTED-Office girl for six .hlour; o hc Stfowr n lnsg of Minnesota, left yesterday with
a dlaytwo hours off at noon. Typ- gegeBS OF, 20Cpn Prof.. Thomas C. Trueblood, of the
i.>t with some knowledge of .iten- j C . 0c1public speaking depatet o m
ography preferred. Answer Box) BAGG4AGE neapolis 'to compete in the annual
L-61: 153p-2 jcontest.
PPONE 2700, PACKAGE1 AND BAG-. By virtue of winning the thirty-
WANTED-F4urnished house or apart- GAGE EX.PRESS. 140c-23 third University Oratorical contest,
mnent by September. Write Geo. F.- ~ -- - Deniink gained the right to take
Quo, 926 E. Washington. 154p-2 r nr r'r part in. the Northern League afair
WANTED-By stuident and her noth- U 1 UL IILI Iwhi chnive s i e nofa icha nbetwen the
er, two or three housekeeping rooms rr~ir rf oa icni, Mneoa n
for school year beginning Scptem- fW OtN'"a U " ;IiNorthwestern univerco sity.Mnesoah aschoo
_r C1, 465 54- I~1I U enters one representative each year.1
WANTED-Students to work in kit-I Demmink wi speak on. "The Mind
chep remainder of semester. Em- Michigan's saxophone sextette, the in Thrall." The oration was written,
ployment assured next year. 644 body that cornstituted a feature of Lthe by him as is required and deals with
Tapan ve.15 i recent band tour of the state, played1 the mental servitude of a large nirn-
for the Chamber of Comimerce at Its hber of modern people in which he,
WANTED-Three instructors desire regu lar luncheon ineeting Tuesday, . urges that more independent think-
comifortable -suite or furnishedl Robert Cambell, treasurer of.,the Urni- ing be done. On account of the orig-
apartment for next year. Box M-3., versity, pre'sided and introduced theI inality of the oration and his d(1 liv-
154p-7, musician. cry it is thoug It by many persons
WANTED-Cook 'in fraternity fo # Carlton Peirce, '24M, student man- who have heard' him that his ~rating
foI ager° of the band, gave a short out-; at Minneapolis should be high.
about 20 men. Woman preferred. line of the activities of, the organiza - The school at which the league con-
1005 Zincoli. 3043-~J, 152-3 fion. Capt. Harold A. Furlong an-r test, is held every year varies, each.
WANTED- Ticket for Architect's ball. nounced the coming inspection of the university holding the affair every six
Call Carlson, or leave messagYe. R. 0. T. C. on May 9. The inspecting,. years. The contest next year will bet
2624-M, 1,-4p-n officer -will be Major Con..Harry Halei held in Ann Arbor.j
and he wl be the gutest of, a dinpner ___ ____
WANTED-Stuidernt to take over agen- given by the Army and Navy club and I ;i,;iials l MTrk: !
cy for selling household specialty:, the; directors of the Chamber of Coin-i
Call Mr. Rasch, 431 Thompson. merce. The .business imen of the. city'f
Sprig Fetival
154pI were\ invited to attend the banquet.
WANTED-Experienced waiters for 1I Several..individuals. toad. out as
sumimer season. Sand Lake Resort. a c. vWhimsies !above the ordinary at the Spring
Putman, Mich. 1541)j 1' Dance Festival given Tuesday night inIIT. jiS l o pr w!'u
WOnNTED-moAow:the HMill auiditorium by M'rs. Jeanctte
WATDAgood second hand C~ Kruszka Johnson, although there was
meod.~lrne hne213- 2 Whimsies' special souvenir issue; on the whole a lack of originality in
15- will be out tomorrow. Copies of this the dances, and a marked absence ot
'WANTED-Pair of high-top shoes. all poetry nuryher wild= be mailed grace on the part of thke performers.I1
No. 10. Call 922-W. 154f gratis to all' Whimsies subscrihars '. arie Reed, who danced to Dien-
today and the regular, sale will open delssohn's Spring Song, showed an
LOST# tomorrow, animation and vivacity unusual iu
I At a meeting of the staff, held Mon- amateurjj. Among the children Al-
LOST-Reward, if black grip is re- ! da
turned that was taken from the cor" itwas decided to reduce the, price bertine- Lockwood stood out because
to ten cents in, order to make. the' the spirited grace of her dancing. Per-!
ncr of William and State, Friday magaz.ineaes ayailable to a greater num-j haps the" best number, on the pro-j
night. J. B. Vlack, 1656-J: 152p-3 ber of ducaes ram was w Polish dance in whichI
1 OST-Gold watch with black and The best poems from among, more ,otneHa,'4,adGro ir
goldribon raclet Bewee than 70 suibmitted twill be 'selected by, '94z took part. They gave. a perform-
Crurch St. and State St., thru cam-1 the Whimtsies staff, following whichanewihhrydnevywya
pus. Call 863-R, Reward. 154p-3 they will be adjudged by Prof. Roy fnse technique.I
----,iW. Cowden of the, rhetoric depart-
LST-Cal egiate Sorosis tiin in or mont and finally b~y some recognizedl Do' you use Classified adts system-4
near Alumni Mernorial Hall, Mon- poet such a-s ~Robert frost.; atically?-Adv.

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Professor A. F. Wood, of the sociol-
ogy departmient is attending the an-d
nual conference of -the illiteracy comn-
mnission C-f the National Education as--,
sociation which is being held in De-
troit today. Representatives number-E
Ing 'more than 300 are attending the
conference from nearly all the north-'
ern and central states.
It's° true efficiency to use Daily
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THE VARSITY DOOR

~Direct Service for
,N ck ian Students

On Fridays hereafter, -commencing May 4, a Special
Limited Car wyil Iove .Hilt Auditorium siding oan
the Campus at 1, 2,13 aid 4. P. MA. for Detroit.

F~OP SALE
r10 ROOM HOUSE AND DORtMITORY,
ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS.
WILL ACCOMMODATE 15 TO 18
BOYS. DOWN PAYMENT $1,000.
12 ROOM HOUSE IN FRATERNITY
~. DISTRICT. LARGE GROUNDS.
E3ASY TERMS. FOR GOOD BUYS
CALL ON ME.
ELMER E. BROOKS; REALTOR
PHONE 866 'OR 307, 7 SAVINGS
,, BANK BUILDING. 4154e-3

Save Plony byTrvig
theg Trolley Way?

FOR SALE-S room house on East
Catherine St., 12 room house on
I1 ngalls St.; 10 room house on South
4th Ave.. Also have au'first class
farmn near Anin Arbor that I will
exchange for Ann Arbor city prop-
erty. Inqu.ire J. W. Dwyer, Room
. 508 First Nat'l Bank~ Bldg. 151c-4
FOR SALE-3-A Graphilex' Camera,
roll films, post cardl size, 5x7. Cook
-' Bros. lens. Tripod and case, ex-
tremely fast. Half price for quick
sale. Phone 2951-W after 6 P. M.
154 c-tf

day, April 40. Finder r dclawo cayll
251. 154
LOST-Fur neck-piece on Michiganl
Ave. RIoad between Ann Arbor and
Detroit Monday afternoon. Rewardj
Call 2627-M. 154-3
LOST-On Ferry Field, gold Scheaffer j
pencil. Initials J. G. C. Finder
please call 1680-R. 15411
LOST-Lady's blue taffeta hiat, Sun-
day evening. Box C. L. 154p-21
LOST-At M1ilitary b)all, a gabardine
coat. Phone 370-W. 154n
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Nue orp.-:now for 'summer.,
I still have seve-
al mighty good
towns Op~en. Do not wait until the
besb:terrltoiy is all .taken. Come in
and investigate our proposition
now.j

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Fix up your
Lawn's
LET US AID) YOU1 IN
MAI.KINVG THE HOME

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more beautiful.

We carry a complete line of lawn mowers,

water hoses, garden tools and seeds.

We stand ready to sup-

ply your e ery need at minimum prices-

Fop, SALE-Two story cottage, lIarge
grounds and 'boathouse, Strawber-
ry Lake, Lakeland, Mich. Call
.1210-1 between 6 and 7 P. M.
153p-3
JUST off' the campus, a 10 room house
reasenably priced. Includes. furnn
tore, bedding- and tea room furni-
ture. Excellent for roomers and a
tea shop. Call M~rs. GaLstine, 835-F-I
or 2738. 154c

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"Service for Patronage"

FOR YOUNG ME

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Tel. 3221.
Across

J. LEADER
622 E. Liberty
from Speddings

FORE SALE-An up to date, good run-
ning, Henderson motorcycle, elec-
trically equipped, and accessories.
Call. Whittier 1158-J. 154-4
F+OR S ALE-Thoroughbred Airedale
pup, 10 months old. Call 131 Saline.
Inquire W. S. Elfring, 318 N. Ann
Arbor St. 152p-3
FOR. SALE-Airdale .puppies .from.'
registered parents. Phone 197-F-22,
Saline. Fred Kleinschmidt.
145p-33
PIANO-Haynes ,Bros., sweet toned
piano. A'ust sell immediately.
Cheap. 508 E. Ann St., 2450-3.-
147p-21
FOP ;SALE-Fine r(radio, ouitfit, i-
teetor and two-step amplifier'.
Chieap. Call 613-11. 153p73.
WILL sell one or both mn May Festi-
val tickzets, down-stairs. Call Os-
terh out, 369.-M. 154p
FOR SALE-Canoe with full equip-
ment, $20. Call 410-R after 6 P, M.
H. Golden. 153p-2
-FOR SALE-Two May Festival tick.-
ets. Call Thal, 2921-W, or Heuman,
2665-J. . -1541
FOR SAL E-One May festival ticket.
Lower floor. R. H. P. Call 782-J.
153 p-2
FOR SALEiL-Pair 16 in. high shoes
size 6f. K Call, 122q-W.. . 154
MICELLANEOU
RUGS SHAMPOOED 'or Dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50. 135c-tf
G*OWNS for Afternoon and Evening.

153c-7
F~OR STUDENTS desiring. a money-
maker for summer: Act quickly ar'id
secure territory for a new and use-
ful 'improvement in Ice Cream, Con-
1fection. Bita-Icc. For particulars
write Eldred and "Perry, Romeo, I
Mich. 15l4p-2
PROFESSIONAL salesman had a six
man crew out one week during
spring vacation. 'Each man aver-
aged $100. Fewi men needed to com-
plete the crew for summer. Choice
of good territory. Call at 613 Pack-
ard, 1-2 any day., 153-4
HOUJSECLEANING
WE make your house clean without
paint. We do both interior and, ex-
terior washing. Ann Arbor House
Cleaning Co. Phone 1995-3.
152c-30
EXPERTS on washing windows at
reasonable prices. Ann Arbor Win-
dow Cleaning Co. Phone 1995-3.
153C-30
FOR RENT
F'OR RE NT--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 3171-3
after 3 P. M. 153p-2
WANTED TO RENT-House by June
30 With ten rooms or more. Best
references, Mrs. Mary. Myers, 741
Rademacher Ave., Detroit. . 152p-7
FORL RENT-Furnished house, garden
and garage. June 15th to Sept. 15th.
$55' per 'month. Call 2179-J or
write Box E. Daily. 154p-2
FOR RENT-Tenant wanted to share
suite of three good offices on N.
University, facing campus. Call
296-fi. 153-2

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