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ITHE MICIGAN DMYL

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SSIFIE ICOLUMN
uCLOSES
VERTISING AT 3 P.M.

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The following Box Replies are at tlic
Daily Office: 18, PDU, E, DW, "Jape"
JSC, BC, BA, 12.
.MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED...
Clasiie -RATES
ClasifedRates. Two cents~ a word
a day, paid in advance. Alinimium
charge for first day, 25c. Minimum
thereafter, 20c. Three cents per word
per day if char~ged. White space
charged for at rate of five cents per
agate line. Classifieds, charged only
to those having phones.
Phone 060.
DON'T FORGE~T
Smith Tire Repair
Keto buy tires.
12°c-tf
JUST THE THING, for your canoe,
Portable. talking machine for only
$20 at Shaeberle -& Son Music Shop,
110 S. 'Main. 156c
13E SURE and hear this record' of
"~Charmanit Oiseaui" by Maria'Ivogun
at the Stofflet -Phono Slops., 156c
FOR ROCK BOTOM PRICES on gro-
ceries, see Pierce's ad in the Wed-
nesday issue of The Dailyr. 125c-tf

12%TE bF,
WANTED-Men who can smile and
work. Sell the best line of house-
held. necessities on the market. A
hustler can make at least five hun-.-
Bred dollars during the summer vra-
cation. If this interests you call
Wall 1676. 402 E. Jefferson St.
- 56p~
WANTED-By stuflent and her moth-
er, two or three housekeeping rooms
for school year beginning Septem-.
-ber. Call 846-J. 154p-8
WVANTED-Studer)ts to work' in kit-
Chen rem ainder of semester. Em-
ployment assured next year. 644
Tappan Ave. 154-4

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A REX Special Canoe Lunch will
'nake 'her ant 'tog99 Oii Rex's
Club lunch. 154ctf
REAR STT
FRSAE10 ,ROOM HOUSE AND DORMITORY,
ONE BlLOCK, FROM CAPTJ.
WILL Aca6MMODTE 15, TO 18
BOYS. DOWN PAYMENT $1,000.
12 ROOM HOUSE IN FRA TERNVITY
DISTRICT. LARGE :GRONDS.
EiASY TERMS.'FOR GOOD BUYS
CALL ON ME.
ELIER'E. BROOKS, RUALTOR.
PlITO~p 864QR"37, 7 SAVINGS
BTANK BU IING ;. 14c-3
A '14 room rooning house in viciity
,of Campus and High School. $9,800
with $1,500 "down.
A ,.beautiful homq :SE. of Campus, 8
rooms, thle roo, ot water neat,
large corner lot and garage. ta~
gain at $1 8,000 ' ith $5,000 down.
DOEG4A GLDN
316 it Natl Bank Ilidg.
Ph3one 70
r '~ 155c-6
ANEW LAKE COTTAGE-Located at
,Cavanaughi Lake. 5 roonms complefe-
~ly furnished. ,Sanitary toilet, two
zitax garage, 66 ft frontage on the
lake. nly $800 with reasonable
terms. Call. Mrs. Gfustine, 835-F-,
2738. -156
FRATERN I r'IE-SOtO ITIES
We have homes for you tha can be
handled on 'very easy terms.
A.H. Paton Co., 41=13 First at'l
Bank Bldg.
Paton Phone 40 Duncan son
145c-21
HAVE customers for 12 'to 18 room
hiouse.' Must ben god condition.
Good location. Will pay $4,000 down.
Call Mrs. Watkins, 1283.' 155c-2
FOR SALE
FOR °SALE-3=A.''Graphex ;amera,
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.
154c-tf
FOR SALE-Three FEDERAL A. F.
Transformers. Only $4 apiece. Ful-
ly guaranteed. Call Eckfield, 1153-M
after 6:30. 155p-2
FOR SA~j1- Seve'n -passengei'Cd i-
la, A-i condition. Will sell cheap.
Call 287-R, Eckles or MVayerry.
156-2
F'OR: SALE-Ardale pppies from
registered parents. Phone 197-F-22,.
Saline. Fred Kleinschmidt.
145~-33
CABLE NELSON piano6. A='1 onditio 1,
oak case, exe ext tone, $150. 631
9Aklan d. 2808-W. - 155-4
Fog SALE-One alto saxophone. 'Al-
most new. Phone 21. 156p-2
FOR SALE-'20" and 21 Michigan en-
sians. Box PEW Daly. 15p-2
VICTOR l honogarph for, sale. Call
Ieaphy, 2520-4i,15 5-3
TYPEIYRITING;
YO3UGET PROMPT AND ACCUAT
service .then1 your MANUSCRIPa
are TYPI1' byFEXI1 T at ID.
bIS 1BOOK ,STORE. 11, Nickes
EXPERT Typewriter R- eaIing, al
makes. Ann Arbr Typiearitr %:t.-
change. Phone 86. 9 Savings Bank
Block. 123 c-tf
HOUSECLEANING
WE rna~e your house clean without
paint: We do bth interior andekc
tenor washing. Ann Arbor HousedI
Cleaning Co. Phone 1995-J.

yWANTED-Threo instructorsesire
comifortable suite or fur nishted
apartment for next year. 1Box M-3.
1 541)-7
WANTED-3 tickets for May Festival
MTay 19 on m1ain floor or, first bal-
Cony. Call 2009-J. 15G-2
WANTED-'t'wo tickets for May Fes-
tival Saturday evening numb~ler.
Main floor preferred. 1 Cp-3,
WANTED-Club of twenty girls. Two
blocks from Campus. Call 855-J;
155p-3
.LOST
LOST-Gold watch with black and
gold ribbon bracelet. Between
!Crurch St. and State St., thru earn-'
pus. Call 863-R. Reward.. 154p-3
LOST-Fur neckt-piece on Michigan
Ave. Road between Ann Arbor and
Detroit Monday afternoon. Reward
Call 2627-M. 154-3
LOST-Small bull terrier. White with
tan spoits. Call Housekeeping of-
fice, University Hospital. Reward.
156
LOST-Mortar board pin. Name, M.
'Koch, on back. Please call 1325.
156p-2.1
LOST-Phi Sigma Chi, fraternity
badge. Call Wachter 1366. 156p'
W~ST-,Case record from Detroit so-,I
cial agency. Reward. Notify Dr.:
taph~el, 619, E. Uni~ers'ity. 155-2
LOST-A'Zeta Tau Alpha 'pin. Call
2795. Reward.- 155-3,
RflT In7E SS OPPORTUTNITY
- Make your planQ.I
now for summer
I still have sever-
investigate p ood
towns open. Do not. wait until the
best, territory jsal taken.Coei
andinetgt ou prpstn
now.

KODAK FN IING
FILMtS--Developed and printed -by
our' own photographers. Leave
films at any of our stores today,
Sget prints tomorrow night. Calk-
ins, Fletcher Drug Co. 109c-21_
Intra mral'Ihems
(Continued from Page Six)
Taut Delta Phi; Phi Kappa Sigma vs.
Acacia.
Won Lost
Sigma nChi ........... .5. 0.
Phi Kappa Tau...... ....4 1
Phi Epsilon :Pi ............3 2
Tau. Epsilon Phi........ ..1 3
Phi Mt"Alpha......... ....1 3'
Sigma Nu............... .0 5
Phi Mu Alpha has to play Tau Ep-!
siloii Phi before this league's sched-
ule can be cormpleted.
f Won Lost
Cygnus........... .......4 1
B1eta Phi Delta..... ....3: 1I
Peers.,............3 2
Trigon ........ ...2 2
Psi Upsilon...........2 3
1Pbi. Kappa Psi ......... '5
There are no scores on file relative i
to 'the .Beta Pi Delta-Trigon gamle.
All m:atches that are listed as not
having taken place must be played off
and the scores turned into the Intra-
mural office-by 5 o'clock Monday night.
The eliminations for the teams will
start. Tuesday afternoon andi continuel
during the next two weeks.
All fraternities whlose victories and-
defeats are not in - accord with the
above should comle to the Intramural
department -personally, tomorrow and
an accurate check will be made ons all
the results on file, aind the"errors cor-
rected.)
-"Jimni 1e" starts work ea'rly ±in t~he
morning for you and doesn't stop un-
til' he. gets. RESU1LTS, - - -Adv.

NUVY INVTED A GUST'
OFPSTURINSTITUTE
WILL SAIL FOR EUROPE 7MAY 16
TO. ATTEND MEETING
IN PARIS

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Dr. _Frederick G. Novy, professor
of bacteriology, and his son Freder-
I cG. Novy, '24, Will sail for Europe
on May 1.6, where Dr.' Novy will at-
tend the meeting of the Pasteur linsti-
tute in' Paris 'early in June.
Dr. Novy has been invited to attend
the meeting as a guest of the insti-
tute~ The meeting will be of par-
ticular importance this year as it cele-
brates the. hundredth- anniversary of
the birth of Louis Pasteur, its founder.
Dr. Novy is one of the pupils of the
famous French pathologist who is the
founder of the institute which bears
i his name.. He was granted leave of
absence by the Board of Regents at
its last meeting.
'While in Europe Dr. Novy will at-
tend many meetings of medical im-
portance including the eight hun-
dredth anniversary of the founding of
S t. Bartholonmew's hospital. He will
be gone for the entire summer re-
turning to the University in. the fall.
The first part of the summer will be
spent in Paris and Strassburg, while
the latter, part will bie'given over to
a general tour of Europe.
-New Life Building~ Will Aid Societies
campus literary, societies will be
able to carry on their work unhamp-
ered wlien the- new Literary building
is completed. The whole fourth floor,
'I will be given over to literary and mod-
ern language societies.
Alpha Nu and Adelphi will each
Ihaye rooms 38 by 45 feet in dimension,.
Portia and Athena, women's literary
societies, will each have rooms 24 by
35 feet. The room for a modern 1fang-~
cauge- society will 'be 28 fee: spare.

AT MOST ATTFRACTIVE

SUMMER

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GIVE YOUR FURS, A SQUARE DEAL

LET US STORE THEM OVER

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THE SUMMER.

MONTH-S

ZWERDLING BLDG.
ANN ARBOR,MiICH.

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Fur Lxperts Are At Your
To Give You Absolute Fur

THE GOLF SEASON IS NOW OPENING
BETTER SE CURE YOUR SPPLY OF LIGHtT

REMODELLING-

WEIGHT KNICKERS Ei,]ARLY
We have a large assortment of Knickers for your
selection in the Culf and Strap bottoms.

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Get good .values cheap,
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You will need one of the new Club belts we. are shoing.,

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These union suits are
designed' to give you
the same feeling of
coal - freedom that
runners have in their
track suits.

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Fair Prices."

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Tel., 3221-J.
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622 E~. Liberty
from Speddings

153c-7
$500 will be paid to many men by
professional 'salesmen this summer.
Desirable territory open in Michi-
gan, Ohio and West Virginia. All
who worked during spring vacation
were handsome~y paid.. Call at 613
Packard between 4:30 and 6:00 P.)
M., Saturday, Sunday, Monday.'
156-21
CLERKS-Railway, Mail, 18 upward.
Exam. Ann Arbor, May 26. $133 mo.
Experience unnecessary. For free
particulars 'write R. Terry, (former
Civil Service examiner) 1165 Bar-
rister Bldg., Washington, D. C.
156P 4
FOR RENT
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
W AN TE D TO 'RENT-House by June
30 wNith ten rooms or more. Lest
references, Mrs. Mary Myers, 71
Rademacher Ave., Detroit. 152p-7
FOR RENT-Tenent wanted to share
suite of three good offices on N.
University, facing Campus. Call'
296-NI. 155-2
ONE rodm with kitchen privileges,
bath, hot and cold water. 502 S.
Ashley. Phone 3351-M. 156c
FOR RENT-Desirable rooms for
summer school students. Reason-
able. 109 N. Ingalls. 156p-2
w ..r 'USED CARS

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209 S. Main St.

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WHEN you want it is -oqualled only by the knowledgey
that it has been laundered JUST : AS you wanted it.

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No Acids' to Destroyr the Fabric,- Only Soft Watr.

BIG BUYS

- in used cars
A Ford' touring at $50. Other cars
in good running order at $65, $110,
$175, $200 and up to $950.
Staebler and Sons Garage
211 S. Ashley
156-31
MICELLANEO0US
GOWNS for Afternoon and Evening
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