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MICHIG7ANDAILY

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NOTICE
Trhe following B~ox Replies are at thie
DAILY OFFICE: DW, Jake, JSC, X,
M. C.
-MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED..
RATES
Classified Rates. TCwo cents a word
a clay, 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 hiaving phones.
Phone 960.
DON'T FORGET
Smith Tire Repair
Oldest and most reliable place

WAN~TED
WANTED-Furnished house! or apart-
ment by September. Write Geo. F.
Que, 920 E. Washington. 154p-2
WANTED-By student and her moth-
er, two or three housekeeping roons
for school year beginning Soptem-
Sbr. Call 846-J. 154p-31
WANTED-To hire good car in good
condition by visitor during next fort-
nmight, without chauffeur. Write
Box 'J. C. IL stating terms. 1551,'
W ANTED--Students to work in kit-
chen remainder of semester. Fm-
ployment assured, next year. 6441
Tappan .Ave. 154-6I

Classifieds-Cond.
11OLSE CLEAN
W IE make your house clean without
1paint. W~e do both interior and ex-
Iterior wasihing. Ann Arbor H-ouse
.Cleaning Co. Prone 1995-7'.
152c-30
EXPER1TS of washaing windows at.
reasonable :prices. Ann Arbor Win-]
dow Clean'.ng Co. Phone 1995-J.'
153c-34:
TYPE WlITER.$
EXPERT Typewriter Itepairing, all.
Imakes.. Ann Arbor Tyjpwriter Ex-
chang e. Phone 866. 9 Savings Blank
Blockz. --1- 23c-ti'
RE~MINGTON PORTABLE TYPE-
WRITE~RS. Call Stacy R. Black,
432 'Thlompson. Phone 1128-JJ. We
deliver. 141p-21
TYPEWRITIN G
YOU GET PROMPT. AND. ACCURATFW
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are TYPED by EXPERTS at BID-

cI week - or more.- in
Yellows t
ITbI gardiner, Out Cody"

jDOROTHY B. LOWRY
SCHIROPRACTOR
60 00 st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
W oi.,1-6 p.m. khone 401.3

VICTO LM;DNE
SPIANO A TU EN3INGE9
Scool of 11;l;'~ie
{I) ffice at REs., 418 'N. Division St..

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Another week, or more, in Colorado ! Can you
imagine a more wonderful vacation.
The mnotor-trip through 'Yellowstone Park can be
made in 41/ days, but you should stay longer. Some
people remain a month. Nowhere else, they say, can
they pass time so happily. The cool, pine-laden air,
the fishing, the extraordinarily varied scenery, the
delightful social life-these are attractions which
draw tens of thousands annually. The standard Park
tour costs $54if you stay at the hotels; $45, at the camps.
And Colorado -- only twenty-six hours distant--is
as satisfying, in its way, as Yellowstone Park.
Rocky Mountain (Estes) Park - a summer' para-
dise -- is only a few hours distant from Denver.
So is Colorado Pprings, nestling at the foot of Pike's
Peak. The, round trip to and thro' the "Royal ,Gorge"
canbe made ina day from Denver or Colorado Springs,

Keep Your Car Looking
New, all the Time

WATDTrEinstructors. desire DLEAS 1BO0K

STORE. 11 Nickels

DON'T let
dull and
it up-to-date;
pride in it.

your car get
dingy. Keep
keep up'your

- to buy tires,. T V~dJ~ UL4 UfrrineI icu.]lc-tZ
Kelly Springfield Diamond Tires apartment for next year. Box Mv-3. 3RSE
12tc-ti 154 p-7 -_____ _______
HAE her VcorRcod"Caro- WANTED-Two students to go west FULLER BRUSHES
lin''bytheGratWhite Way Or-1 in Ford inJune. Call Ogilvie15-M SPRING HEOUSECLEA G-1x1 ICM NG? I
chestra? For sale at Schaeberle and P__________________ 'We've got brushes for every. need,
on11 ;Man ocWANTED-Clhb of twenty girls, Twoj Call 1158-J. 127c.21
WHY NOT-Have that Spring Frater- blocks from Campus. Call 855-J.
nity Party some week-end at' the ________155____ Sp-3[f ~
Tai 15e4p-2 Pttna,, ic.WANTED-Ticket to Architect Ball. 1 HIb~E
Phone 25 Tipton~. 4- Call 3104 at 12-M 155p nr 'j
HEARh the' latest Brunswick records ----e o rhietsbijJ~ ER UL~E
at the Stofflet Phono Shop s. Saw AllE-cketsonfor lrieav t'mssalle
Mill River' Road and Farewell Blues Cal arsorevemsg.
by Ishai Jones Orchestra. 155c 22-.l4.jJO UN :A. COPP TAKEN SICK YES.,
WANTED-Pair of high top shoes, No. rfIAWAY MOR t N£ ; DEATH
FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on gro- 10. Call 922-W, 155 SU I,)1J:
ceries, see Pierce's ad in the Wed -___________________ _
nesday issue of The Daily. 125c-tf L0OST i John A. Copp,6, died at the,
-r Health service shortly after 6 o'clock
AREX Special Canoe Lunch will LOST-Around R. 0. T. C. Headquari- (ra i
make~ her want to go again, Rex's ter(Wenedayaftrnonayat morning. Deat was due to;,
Clubi lunch, 154c-ti" noteook containing notes for en- Af rrtrn n paetygo
REAL STATEtire semester. These notes are very; health, he was taken critically ill at
E~AL STATEvaluable to owvner. Reward. Phone 13 o'clock in the morning at his room-
:FOR SALE 2987-J. 155p at 637 Oakland avenue. He was mm-]
10 ROOM HOU3SE AND DORMITORY, L- Golnmecdiately taken to the Health, service.
ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS. LOSTGol an t iqe earring with d'Where he died three and a, half hours
WILL ACMOAE15t TO' 18 caianswvlerlurodd later.. Copp is said to have suffered,
BOYS. DOWN PAYMENT' $1.000. wt imod.O r bu lt with heart trouble, and was warned
12 ROOM HOUS E IN FRATERNITY form of M. C. Station. Reward. Call of his condition when be entered the
DISTRICT:~ LARGE' GROUNDS: 984-R, Gilbert. 155p iUntiversity last fall.
EASY TERRMS. FOR GOOD BUYS LOST--Gold hyatchi with black and Coltt's hbome is in Pendleton, Ore.
CALL ON ME. gl ibnbaee. Bten!Ilie is survived by his father, John
EL1MER E. BROORS, REALTOR Cgold ibbo.nd bracee St Betwcen-' Warren Copp," of Pen dleton. Funeral
PHONE 866 OR 307, 7 SAVINGS ( pus. Call 83R Reward. 154p-3 #arranlgemfents 'have not yet been com-
BANK BIDN.15c3i ___________________pleted.
___________ OF__TE______--LOST-Fur neck-piece on Michigan
YOUNGER MEMBERSOFTEAC Ave. Road between Ann Arbor and rrhsi vm
IJLTY-Property out West Huron Detroit Monday afternoon. Reward 1.111 R.11A1
St. presents happy solution of the Call262-M_1'x'-2 Lri iili

You can keep it looking
like a new model if you'll
give it a coat of Lowe
Brothers Auto V arn is h
Colors every six months.
Do it yourself. It's, great.
fun. All it will cost is three
or four dollars, and you'll

enjoy doing it. There isn't
any trick to it at all.
Poll it out~ of the garage
the second clay, and the
neighbors will think you
have bought a. new car.
If you &w nt to change the
present color, you have your
choice of eight others. Comne
in and see the sample spokes
and learn how easy it is to
keep old cars look~ing new.

Low Summer Rates
of the Northern Pacific make it possible for
thou sands to visit Yellowstone Park, who
1 therwise might feel that the trip is too
I want to send you our Yellowstone Park
j book and tell you about a real Vacation..
Northern Pacific tramn service - there's
-- nothing better ANYWHERE.
~' A. S. Smiith, Pass. Traffic Manager
AYellowstone Park "Cmp" 978 North'ern Pacific Bldg., St. Paul, Ainn.

112 W. Wabinton Phone 353-1

WO2DO Miles of 'Startling Beauty"

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home question.y We are now in a
position to offer you comfortable,
well built,. and attractively designed
homes ranging in price fronm $6,000
to $9,000. Investigate. Do it now.
C. LOUIS AND1REWVS
Realtor
512 First Nat'l Bank
Tel. 3064 Evenings 2789-J

155ca
A 14 room rooming house in vicinity
of Campus and High School. $9,800
with $1,500 down.
A beautiful home, S.E. of Campus,. 8
rooms, tile roof, hot water heat,
large corner lot and garlage. Bar-
gain at $18,000 with $5,000 down.
DOUG-LAS GOLDEN
316 First N VI' Bank Bldg.;
Phone 720
155c-6
AN, Exceptional buy. For 30 days the
12 room house at' 339 S. 'Division
will be priced at an exceptionally
low price and good terms. Every-
thing is modern and in good condi-
tion. Seethis at once as it will
not be on the market- long at the
price. Mrs. Gustine, 835-F-i, or 2738
155c
FOR SALE-Two story cottage, large
grounds and boathouse, Strawber-
ry~ Lake, Lakeland, Mich. Call
1210-W between 6 and 7 P. M.
153p-3
HAVE 'customers for 12 to 19 room
house.' Must be in good condition.
Good location. Will ,pay $4,000 down.
Call Mrs. Watkins , 1283. 1550-2
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-3-A Graphlex Camera,
roll films, 'post card size, 5x7. Cook
Bros. lens. Tripod and case, ex-
tremely fast. Half price for quick
sale. Phone 2951-W after 6 P. M.
1540-tf
FOR SALE-Three FEDERAL A. F.
Transformers. Only $4 apiece. Ful-
ly guaranteed. Call Eckfield, 1153-M
after 6:30. 155p-2
FOR SALE--An up to date, good run-
ning,' Henderson motorcycle, elec-
trically equipped, and accessories.
Call Whittier 1158-J. 154p-4
FOR SALE-Airdale puppies from
registered parents. Phone 197-F-22,
Saline. Fred Kleinschmidt.
145p-33
FOR SALE-Seven passenger Cadillac,
A-I conditilon. Will sell cheap. Call
2878-R, Eckles or Mayberry. 155p
FOR, SALE--Fine radio outfit, '4c-
tector and two-step amplifie'.
Cheap. Call 613-R. 153p-3
CABLE NELSON piano. A-i condition,
oak case, excellent tone, $150. 631
Oakland. 2808-W. 155p-4

'LOST-iCase record from Detroit so-
Ital agency. Reward. Notify Dr.
Raphael, 619 E. University. 155-2
LOST-A Zeta Thu Alpha pin.. Call
2798. 'Reward. 155-3
LOST-At Military Ball, a gabardine.
coat, Phone 370-W. 155
LOSTP-Lady's blue taff eta hat, Sun-
day evening. Box C. L. 154p-2
BUSI'NESS OIPOUTUNITY
Make your plansJ
now for summe
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
now.

HuOS STIFF

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Tel. 3221-J.
Across

J. LEADER-
622 E .Liberty
from Speddings

PFACTICE

153c-7
FOR STUDENTS desiring, a money
[maker for summer: Act quickly and
secure territory for a new and use-
ful improvement in Ice Cream Con-
fection. 13ita-Ice. For particulars
write Eldred and Perry, Romeo,
Mich. ' 154p--2
PROFESSIONAL salesmani had a six
man crew out one week during
spring vacation. Each man aver-
aged $100. -FeW men needed to coin-
S pl ee the crew for summer. Choice
of good territory. Call at 613 Pack-
ard, 1-2 any day. 153-4
FOR RENT
ANTED TO RENT-House'"by 'June,
30 with,. ten' rooms 'or more. Best
references, 'Mrs. Mary: Myers,. 741
Rademacher Ave., Detroit.' 152p-7
FOR RENT-Tenent wanted to share
!suite. of three good offices on N.
University, facing Campus. Cail
" 2 6-M. 155-2
FOR RENT-Furnished house, garden
rand garage.. June 15th to Sept. 15th.
$55 per month., Call 2179-J or
write Box E. Daily. 154p-2
FOR. RENT-Furnished apartment in
Amberay Apts. for summer months.
Care Daily Office. A. G. 152p-3
FOR LEASE
FOR LEASE-14 room house with stu-
dente furniture, 2nd and 3rd floors.
407 E. Huron St. 155p'I
FOR HIRE
FOR HIRE-Enclosed car, with oz',
without driver. Phone 1753-R.
71c-21
] SCELLA1IEOIJS
GOWNS for, Afternoon and Evening
Wear

Coach Mather's Frosh baseball'
squad' W13 'Aidit' 'tbii~h the har 1etW1
practice session of the year yester-
day afternoon1. 'A hot sun and little
wind made for ideal baseball ;play-I
ing, and Coach Mather and his as-
sistants kept the yearlings on their
ties all the time.
After a hard practice session witht
the infielders Coach Mather picked
two teams and sent them through a
a, fast game. While the fielding is
uncertain as yet, this 'was one of the
best game's of the spring, being mark-
edcc with hits of flashy work.
Under. the directon of Mathiers'
assistants 4he Frosh were instructed
in the art of circling the paths and
hitting the dirt. The Battery men
will probably be the next to receive
special instruction, as' yet they have
beon merely, getting_ in shape.
No extensive cut has been made
this week, and the Frosh will proba-
bly be cut away, in small groups
from now on. The infielders are rap-
idly growing smaller in number as
are the fly-chasers. As soon as "Skip-
per" Mathier has cut these down suf-
ficiently, he will turn his attention to'
the hurlers and receivers.
Bury Lord Carnarvon
Londuro, Mlay 3 (By A. P.)-The body
of Lord Carnarvon, Tutankhamnen't
tomb discoverer, was buried on the
summit at. Beacon Hill, after services
at Highclerc Castle.
COMING SUNDAY
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hemispheres, t e tailor g skill of expert
craftsmen,..and -the style direction of un.
questioned, autho ~ty make Kuppenheimer
good clotihs the highest standard of quality.

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