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THIS
COLUMN
ICLOSES
AT 3. P, M

)VERTI SING

IOICE
iThe following B~ox Replies are at the
Daily Office: 1.2, BA, BC, J'SC, Jake,
.MICH~IGAN DlAILY CLASSIFIED..
RATES
Classified Rates. Two cents a word
Sday, paid in advance. inhimum
barge for first day, 25c. Minimum
herefter, 20c. Three cents per word-
per day if, charged.. White space
hiarged for at rate of five cents per
gate line. Classifieds, charged only
those having phones.
Phone 960.

DlON'T FORGET
Smith Tire Repair
Oldest and most reliable place
to buy tires.
lyp Springfield Diamond Tires'
12$c-ti

REAL 1,STATE
C.L.GALLWP~
k .AL * IZT'ATE
One of the mzost' de:ira?;le yes-
idence properties, in t'his city is.
tailabl oi- ov onersi.-It is
one of the most spaciouisand
luxurious hmc%.inltiis sec-
tionl, pro~vidling am,'ple f, cilities
of the most m..odern type for all
organization wishing a home of
first rank.
Considerinzg proximity to the
campus, arcitecture -- excell-
ence, and sub)stantiial construc-
tion, this property ha asolute-
ly no equal.
We will gldyProvo this
point.
CHARLES F. GALLUP CO.
206-7 NATIONAL BA'lNK BLDG'.

REAL EsTATE
-HO-MIE-I-NV ESTIEN\T-LFE-
ONLY a few minutes walk from the
University of Michigan. This prop-
erty has 18 rooms above the base-
ment and a ,janitor apartment in the
basement. It has steam heat, hard
wood floors, 2 complete baths, 2
extra toilets, 1 extra lavatoryN, and
occupys a corder lot. It is nowk~
used as a League House 'for women..
It can be so continued or 'inexpen-
sively changed into a small apart-
ment building. Price $12,500, wvithI
about $4000 down.
F.,ROY HOLMESI
113 S. Main
'x X4:157c-3
FOR SALE
FEE have two well located properties.
suitable for a fraternity or sorority.
*Easy terms.
A beautiful home on Hill Stzet very
reasonably priced.
A very fine new 6 room homef on
Granger. Price, moderate., Terms
easy.

A 1 rom romig husein 'vdcinity}'
of Campus and Highi School. $9,800
fwith $1,500 down.
A beautiful home S.E. of Campus, 8
rooms, thle roof, hot waler heat,
large corner lot and garage. Bar-
gain at $18,000 with $x,600 down.
POUGLAS GOQLMEN
316 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 720}
JO SALE
'POR, SALE-3-A Oraphlex Camxera,
roll filmsg, post card size, Wx. Cook
Bros. lens. Tripod and case, Px-,
tremnely fast. Ralf price for 'quick
sale. Phone 2951-W after 'G P. Mi.
. ; 154 c-f
REMINGTON P'ORTABLE TYPE1-
WRITERS. Call Stacy Rt. Black,
432 Thiompson. Phone 1128-J. We
deliver. 141p-,21
FOR SALE-Seven passenger Cadil-
lac, A1 condition. Will sell, cheap,
Call 2878-11, Eckles or 'Mayberry.
156-2'.
FOR SALE-Airdale puppies fromI
registered parents. Phone 197-P-22,
Sa'lne. 'Fred Klein schmnidt..
145p-331
FOR SALE-B. & J. Dixie mandolinl
banjo. Call at 425 S. Division be-~
tween six and eight. 1565-J. 157p

'WSF4D.) CARS
BIG BUYS
in used cars
A Ford touring at $50. Other cars
in good running. order at $G5, $110t,
$175, $200 an~d up to $950.
Staebler and Sons Garage
' 211 S. Ashley
j ~156-31
Studebaker Light Sir
j .Hupmobile-R
H-upmobile-N
Hudson 6-40.
Dodge Sedan
FORDS $50 UP
WASTITENAW MOTOR CO.
s 207 E. Washington St.
157c
BIG reduction, on Brief Cases at Schae-:
Iberle & Son's Music House. Come
in. and see them. 1.57c
LOST-Small black hat on Cherry :illl
road from Detroit Friday night. Call
2730. 157

BELAUTY IPARLtO~R
Blue Bird Hlair Shop
5 Nickel's Arcade
Darling and Malleauix
221,S. State, 7 Nickel's Arcade
CARPET CLEAN I\
Rugs Shampooed or Dirt Cleaned
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works
Phone 50
I _ DRUG STORE,
{ Edsill's Rtexall Drug Store
208 S'o. Main 'St.
JEWE]LRY
~J. B. Eibler'
314 So. Mlain St.
LEATHER GOODS
F. W. Wilkinson
325 So. Alain St.
PERMANENT IWAVU G
Beauty Parlor
3rd Floor~
M1ACK & CO.
I TIRE SUPPLY
Michigan Tire Supply
337 So. Main St.
Pow erton Cords
TYPE WRITE~RS
C' XPERT Typewriter. Repairing, all
makes.- Ann Arbor Tyt,e'writer Ex-I
chan~ge. Phone 866. 9 Swvings DBank 1
Block. 1i23c-tf

---

No,

RUGS SHAM:
Ann Arbor
Phone 50.

Cassnifieds-Cont.

G~AGEEXPESS. 10-
STUDENTS PUT OUT
IES MOINESPAPE]
Members of the staff of the Da
Iowan, student publication. of the Un
versity of Iowa, tookt full charge:
th e oi nes IYegister recently.
order t show the people of .D,
Moines and .the. state of Iowa th
college tratined journalists can ho
their own *with the best of city ed
tors.
f Everything appearin~g in the nev
columns of the Register from the fu;
eral notices to the front page bann
was handled by the Iowan scribe
Feature stories of the Dr~ake re, la
with special pictures o e~hm we
r'un by the college staff. Th~e sp~or
staff covered a boxig match and ga
a newspaper d~ecision of the battle.
Hold Civil Service Examinations
Civil service examiniations were he
in the Cfourt Ihouse yesterday, fo~r tl
positions of clerk and letter carriE
They' were of a mpetitive natur

cIAS FIEO

G OWNIS for

sj
F

MOTHER'S DAY is Sunday, May 13.,
Greeting cards for all '.occasions at
0. D Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.
I Z -)
FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on gro-
ceries,, see Pierce's ad in the Wed.'
nesday issue of The Daily. 12:5c-tf
THE 'WOMEN'S LEAGUE receives a
percentage on all cash purchases:
made at the store of 0O.D. Morrill,,
17 Nickel's Arcade. 157 c-l0'
A. REX Special Canoe Lunch will
mna':e her w,,ant to go again,.fRex's
club lunch. 154c-tf,
TUTORING - Graduate student' in .
French and German. Also translat-:
ing. Call 269-W. 157-2
FOR engraved calling cards or steel
die embossing see 0. D. Morrill, _17
Nickel's Arcade. 157 10
JUST IN-Gavotte and Murmurs of
the Forest played by Josef Hofman.
Stofflet 1Phonio Shops. 157c
BITSINESS OPPORTUNIT1Y
Make your p1 ns .
:--- n ow for hsummer,
a still have sever-
al mighty, good
towns open. Do not wait until the
best territory, is all tak~en. Come in
andinvflestigate our proposition
no~v.,
H1.J. LEADER,
Tel. 3221-J. 622 E. Liberty

SORORITIES
WVE havo the exclusive listing on this
most desirable house which is locat-
edl on East University near Hill St.
The dimensions of this house are 29x
45 feet. The downstairs consists of
a square hall, spacious living. room,
large dining room, kitchen and ma-
trons room. On the second floor
there are five bedrooms, capable
of accommodating 16 girls, and a
tale bathroom with built-in tub. The
:attic will make an excellent dormi-
tory.
There are many other good Points
about this house hbe.ide the fact that
it can be bought for $24,000 with
$3,000 down.
MR. JOSSEI1YN I
wlith
C. LOUIlS A-u)REWS
j lIREATFORS
512 KATIL 11A0i¢ BLDG~.
Tel. 3064. Evenings 2789-i.
E q.F...157c
LOOK

Across

from Spectuings.r_

A 10 room house and dormitory one
block from campus. $1,000 down
payment.
SEE .us for any class of property.
TEL. 866 or 307 ELMtiER E. BROOKS,
7 Savings Bank Bldg. *157c-21,
"cFRATERNITiY-SORR011ITYT"
WE have homes that can be bought
on very easy terms." If you are seri-1
sult us ;at once.
ously considering purchasing con-'
Example: $125,000-$2,000 down
Hlome that will accommodate 25 to
30 men, in A-i condition, fine loca-
tion, and good lot.
A. H. PATON CO.
FIRST NAT'L BANK BLDG.
DITNCANSON.9 PHONE 40
157c=21'
ONLY $1,000 DOWN
MODERN 6 room house. All oak
floors and finish. There is a fire-'
place,,French doors, soft water lift,
garage. All in excellent, condition.l
The price. and payments are very
reasonable. Call!
MRS. GUSTINE
835-F-I or, 2738
1 '7c
F~OR SALE-One of the very best:
room-ing houses in, the city, and in
the 'very best location. Can earn
about $300 per month. 12 Grooms
with large lot. Will sell on easy
terms. Ideal for small fraternity or
soror'ity Will' exchange for small
house. Inquire
J. W. DWYER
508 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
157c-3
G ROOAS-$7,50.0
ALL oak down stairs. Large hall, with
coat room. Firelace in living room.
Three comfortable sleeping rooms
on second floor. Its a convenient
location for any one connected with1
campus activities. Can be had on
a small down payment, and the bal-
ance at no more than rent.
GORTON REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 1798-W. Evenings 662-W.
157c,
IS YOUR HOUSE FOR RENT?~
WE have client who wishes to rent a
7-8 room house fdr one year starting
July 1st. Will pay good rental for
right kind of property, in, the _right
location. Three adults in family.

CABLE NELSON piano. A-i condition,
oak case, excellent tone, $150.. 631
Oakland. 2808-W. 1551)-4
FOR SALE--Tuxedo and dress suit,
$12 and $15-.respectively. Size 38.
Best nmaterials. 524 Forest Ave.
157p
FOR SALE--One May Festival course'
ticket, 8th row in balcony. Kidder,
Phone,2'738.,,157p;
FOR. SALE-Miuses gray. tweed sport
suit-skirt, knickers, jacket. Size 16.
Phone 3206-J. 157p-5

LjOST-Black leather bill fold with.
railroad passes-name Katherine
Swayze. Phone 2949... 1-51p
LOST-Mortar board pin. Name; 1M.
tKoch, on back. Please call 1325.
'156p-2
LOST-A. Zeta Tau Alpha pin. Call
2798. Reward.. 155-3

FOR SALE-One alto saxophone. Al-
most new. Phone 219. 156p-2

,I'

WE mae your house clean without
paint. We do both interior' aid ex-
terior washing. Ann Arbor House
Cleaning Co. Phone 199-i.
EXPERTS on washing windows at
'reasonable prices. Ann Arbor Win-
dow Cleaning Co. Phone 1995-J.
153 c-30

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f ""
I

,. ..

FOR SALE,-,A log-log slide; rune.'
Price $10.. Call 2949'. 157-3I

i

153c-7
$500 will be paid to many mten by
pr~fessional salesmen this summer.
Desiratble territory open in Michi-'
gah, 'Ohio and WVest Virginia. All
whjio worked during spring vacation
'wire handsomely, paid. Cal at613
P~rkard between 4:20 and 6:00 P.I
Mr, Saturday, Sunday, Monday.
156-2
CLERKS-Railway, 'Mail, 18 upwa "d.
Exam. Ann Arbor, IMay 26. $133 mo.
Experience unnecessary. For'- freej
particulars write R. Terry, (former
Civil Service examiner) 1165 Bar-j
rister Bldg., Washington, D.. C.
156 4.

FOR SALE-'20_ and '21 Michiganen-
Mians. Box PEW, Daily. 156p-2
FOR SALE-Tenor banjo-good asj
new. Call Good, 2738." 157p
VICTOR Phonogarph for sale. Calla
Heaphy, 2520-M. 155-3'
WANlTED
WANTED-Men who can smile andl
work. Sell the best line of house-
hold~ necessities on, the, market. .A'
hustler can, make at least five hun-
dred dollars during the summer va-
cation. If this interests you call:
Wall. 1676. 402 E., Jefferson) St.
156p
.WANTED-Medical, student, wants de-
sizable single room in quiet house
near, campus for .next Year.' Daily
Box R.B.T. 157p-2
WANTED-Three instructors- desire
comfortable suite or furnished
apartment for next year. Box M-3.1
WANTED-3 tickets for May Festival'
May. 19 on main floor or first bal-
cony. Call 2009-iJ. 1,561.-21I
WAN TED-Two tickets for May Fes-
tival Saturday evening number.
Maini floor pregerred. .5fP-3

2 15 E. I-HUI4

DN.

d5iUI~U~~

x

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-

*A C-ADE
STEAM FITTIN0

PHCI

31.tador 41nd1 iPro t
Rre the Coon of
ted suit of siflk. Hi
lutration shows the
slipov'er forn bMous-
ed. $3:i.

THESE
LOTS
AN elegant corner located on Packard
near th e new milli'on dollar highway.
Will muake a fine business corner.
Buy, now, ,
TWO residence lots near Granger Ave.
X1;100 each.
BUSINESS
A good paying State street business.
Call

This particular
bru~shed wool coal
sweater is in, gray,
althoaugh others like
it are in tan. One
of the most- populaz
stf les. $5.50.'

r

I i

*' FOR RENT

,1

AI TED TO RENT-House by' June
30, with ten rooms or more. :test I
rderences, Mrs. Mary Myers, 7411
PRademacher Ave., Detroit. .152p-7 1
FOR RENT-Desirable rooms for
summer school students. Reason-
able. 109 N. Ingalls. 156p-2
FOR RENT-7 room maodern house,
south of campus. Call Mrs. Gustine,
835-F-i, 2738. 157-1
DO YOU KNOW wve have the most
completely equipped plant in the
country for the Repairing, Refinish-
ing and Upholstering of furniture?l
Phone 381- V. P. B. HARDINGe
88c-21

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DOUGLAS GOLDEN
316 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 720

157c1

WANTED-Young woman to;
the lunch hour. Apply
Foster's Tea Room.

FRATERNITY OR. ROOM ING hIOUSE
A well located 15 room house. 5
rcoms on first floor, oak fin -Ai.
Large dormitory on third floor. Will
accommodate twenty or more. New-
ly painted, and fine appearing. All
modern conveniences. Large lot
goes with it. Easy down payment.
Can be'had on moderate terms. Call
Mr. Bond 2662-J with
Whialey Real Estate Exchange
First National Bank Bldg.
157c-21

assist at
at once.
157p-2

vt
r
The novel wveave is
,.' one feature of thi's
gay slipover. The
colior, avrara, is anj.
othier. -11. a of silk
and wool.,,t; $1M50.
e.~A scarf of bitished
'f wool proves Its use.
fulness oi many oc-
s ~caslons. This one is
,In. tau nWithii black
;" " and r c d pitern.
Fringed. $5.

HARRY 0. POTTERL CO.
902 FIRST N ATIONAL, BANK jBLbG
PHONE 2072.
: 157c
ROOMING HOUSE
FOR SALE-One of the largest nud
best paying rooming houses li the
city. One; block from. newcaps
Will accommodate about 20 -udents.
If sold' at all must be arraniged for
witin a feve' days. Call 7106-F-3 or
Caimpits 924J two rings. 157

WANTED-Board and room in private
family for next year. Mrs. Hubbard,
.1316 Geddes.. 157p
WANTED-Club of twenty girls. Two
blocks from Campus. Call 855-J.
155p-3
TYPEWRITING
TYPEWRITING and Mimeogr~phing
promptly and neatly done. Anything
from a postcard to a volume of hun-
dreds of pages.
4. D. MORRILL
17 Nickel's Arcade Phone 1718
157c-10
YOU GET PROMPT AND ACCURATE
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are TYPED by EXPERTS at BID-
DLE~S BOOK STORE. 11 Nickels
Arcade. lllc-tf

t

While frost .Is the
domiinant color of
M~hIS knitted , oo
frock, marigold is
used for enlivening
trimming touches.
Priced x$25.

KNITTED

WEAR

4

The Newt Sports Attire

JUST COMFOR'TABLE

HOMES!

F tOR golf, tennis, motoring 'or the merest
1'kind of stroll, for every activity that
smacks of outdoor play, knitted, wear is cor-
rect. Not only does it appear in, sweaters
and scar fs, but in one-piece dresses and twot-,
piece suits. Of -silk or wool. Novel. Prac-
tical. Smart.F

Seeing is believing.

We have built this home in Ann Arbor.

When

1 Six room bungalow. Just off Washtenaw.' Large lot and the
house is very modern,. the price is $9500 and can be bought on terms.
Six room house just off South 'University. Strictly modern and
'the lot is exceptionally large. The price is $10,500 and terms can
be arranged.
Five room bungalow on Olivia Avenue.' The home is modern, the
lot is large and there is a garage. The price is $8500 with terms.
We have a beautiful eight room colonial on Lincoln Avenue. It
is new and very modern. There is a large lot and a garage. The
price is reasonable and terms can be arranged.

Siveaters
Scarfs

$5.So- X18
* . . $5

Frocks ::.
Suits $2250:

$23
$45'

can we show it to you?

SECOND FLOOR

Ann Arbor Homhe Builders

Associationl

GOODYEAW'S

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