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THE

MICHIGAN DAILY

LASSIFETHIS
AE IGCLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M,

Classifieds-Cont.-
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The following Box Replies are at the
Daily Office: 12, BA, BC, JSC, Jake,
PDU, 18, M-3, RBT, DW.

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-3-A Graphlex Camera,
roll films, post card size, 5x7. Cool
Bros. lens. Tripod and case, ex-
tremely fas't. Half price for quick
sale. Phone 2951-W after 6 P. M.
154e-tf

.MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED..'
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 Diamoud. Tires
12sc-tl

FOR SALE--Brownie camera No. 2;
new $1. Coral Taffeta party dress,
size 34-worn once, $5. Black sat-
in ,pumps, 5b-worn once, $2. Call
2278-W. 158p
FOR SALE-Airdale puppies from
registered parents. Phone 197-F-22,
Saline. Fred Kleinschmidt.
145p-331
CABLE NELSON piano. A-1 condition,
oak case, excellent tone, $150. 631
Oakland. 2808-W. 155p-4
FOR SALE-Decidedly democratic stu-j
dent Ford. Good running order. 51
-J 08 11,00 Nsto M ' SO1a poo"lf
ter 8:30 p. in. . 158
FOR SALE-Buescher C Melody Saxo-
phone. Excellent condition. In-
quire D. U. R., News Stand fore-
noon. 158p-3
FOR SALE-Misses gray tweed sport
suit-skirt, knickers, jacket. Size 16.
Phone 3206-J. 157p-5

WE make your Mouse clean without d' Coc{ ferrje to se scene o !hIJ
)laint. We do both interior and ex- (la ietioj- - +
teror washing. Ann Arbor House Wendell !lanselman, '23, was cut;
Cleaning Co. Phone 1995-. Senior women will gather for their about the head and Robert Young, '24,
152c-30 last big social affair at a tea to be Irole a bone in his hand, when the
held from 4 to 5:30 o'clock tomorrow:""'chine in which they were riding
EXPERTS. on wa sbinlug windows at wvas run into by another driven by
reasonable prices. Ann Arbor Win- afternoon on the terrace of Martha ward N. Kay, of Ann Arbor, I+r
dow Cleaning Co. Phono1995-J. Cook dormitory. An orchestra will ?ight. Florence Kay, the ten year old
153c-30 play between the terrace and the cor- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kay receiv-
ridor so that those who wish to dance cd numerous cuts about the face. The
may do so inside. Sweet peas will rinjured ere driven to St. Joseph's
FLINT STUDENTS-Heated sedan be given as favors and refreshments hospital where they received treat-
leaves Friday nights returning Sun- Will be served. Announcement will men.
day night. Railroad rates, Phone be made of the arrangements for The accident occurcd at the inter-
1394-3. 97c-21 Swing-out. set ion of North Main and Depot
In the receiving line will be Mrs. treets, Threo other students riding
"(;UGS SHAMPOOED or Dust cleaned. Marion L. Burton, Miss Zelma E. ''~i1Il Younig 4and1 ilanselman escaped{
n Arbor Carpet Cleaning Work. Clark, social director of Martha Cook ny u
building, Miss Frances C. Mack, house -
KOIDAI FINISHING treasurer of Martha Cook. Frances Patronize Daily Advertisers.-_Adv.
Ames, '23, president of the Women's
TILS-Dcveloped and printd y
UrM-wnlpedtogaprinteb league, and Margaret Reinke, '23, E
otisr oin photographers. Leave chairman of the senior women's social IPublisher of national magazine,
' Klmns at any, of. our. stores today, committee. (utabisled ofverti40 l years zeire,
get prints tomorrow night. Calk- .I established over 40 years, desires
gn etcertN tomoro.night. C- Invitations are being sent to all to ge, in touch with party who can
insFletcher Drug Co. 109c-21 the dormitories, sororities, and league! st wwnst an
---- - Jfi3vcst or who can assist in raising
GOWNS houses for their senior women so capital for expansion. This is an
G-W--fter-non--- that all members of the class will be unusually fine opportunity to se-
GOWN7 S for Afternoon fndPEvening reached. The tea is being financed by cure an active interest in a niaga-
Wear the tax collected at the time of the zine with a background of manyI
Negligees and Netheralls senior supper. years of achievement. For full.

Dany Wa " Wide fi rc t lon F going to Canada, one to Italy, one
The Daily is read from Minnesota Mexico, one to England, and one
to Louisiana and from Maine to Cali- the East Indies. Of the total circt
fornia. Addresses is every state ex- tion of more than 4400, more than
cept Delaware, Nevada, South Caro- copies go to Michigan subscribers
na, and Mississippi are included in living in Ann Arbor and an equal i
the mailing list. The Daiy also has an ber to subscribers elsewhere in t
internatonal circulation, four copies country and abroad.
The Professor passed him
immediately
T was the first question in the course on Shav-
ing-"Why is the handy cap not a handicap?"
and the student replied, "Because'it can't get lost."
He referred, of course, to the Williams'
Hinged Cap which you see pictured here. This
invention puts an end for all time to the nuis--
ance of hunting for lost caps. As you see, the
Williams' cap is hinged on. It's the only col-
lege cap that you can't lose.
Williams' Shaving Cream is as pleasantly

Always something new in Brunswick
Records. "Crying For You" and!
"Ag gravatin' Papa" played by Ish-
am Jones' orchestra. Stofflet Phono
Shops. 158cl

,.

Come in and hear Victor Record,
"Burning Sands by Paul White-
man. Schaeberle & Son, 110 S.
Main St. 158c
MOTHER'S DAY is Sunday, May 13.
Greeting cards for all occasions at
0. D Morrill, 17Nickel's Arcade.
157c-6

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;

THE WOMEN'S LEAGUE receives a
percentage on all cash purchases'
made at the store of 0 .D. Morrill,
17 Nickel's Arcade. 157c-10
FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on gro-
ceries, see Pierce's ad in the Wed-
nesday issue of The Daily. 125c-tf
A REX Special Canoe Lunch will
make her want to go again. Rex'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 O. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Arcade. ~ 157c10
REAL ESTATE
-xO0ME-INVESTMENT-LIFE--x
INCOME
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 completehbaths,' 2
extra toilets, 1 extra lavatory, and
occupys a corner lot. It is now
used as a League House for women.
It can be so continued or inexpen-
sively changed into a. small apart
H ment building. Price $12,500, with
about $4000 down
F. ROY HOLMES
113 S. Main-
157c-3
FOR SALE-One of'the very best
rooming houses in the city, and in
the very best location. Can earn
about $300 per month. 12 rooms
with large ,lot. Will sell on easy
terms. Ideal for small fraternity or
sorority Will exchange for small
house. Inquire

FOR SALE-Oakland six touring. Had
excellent care. $15. Termns, if de-
sired. Phone 2951-W. 158tf.
FOR SALE-Bicycle, perfect condi-I
tion, $12. Call Thompson after 7
p. in. 1850-M";. _1581)
FOR SALE-Two main floor tickets,
for May Festival- Concerts. PhoneI
1188. 158p
FOR SALE-A log-log slide rule.
Price $10. Call 2949. 157-31
FOR RENT
WANTED TO RENT-House by June
30 with ten rooms or more. Best
references, Mrs. Mary Myers, 741
Rademacher Ave., Detroit. 152p-7

TE OWN SlOP
719 E.. University 1U6p-12
BRUSHES
jPUT LER1 TRUSHES
SPRING HOUSECLEANING IS
COMING!
We've got brushes for every need.
Call 1158-J. 127c-21-
TYPEWRITERS
EXPERT Typewriter Repairing, all
makes. Ann Arbor Tyr.ewriter Ex-
change. Phone 866. 9 Savings Bank
Block. 123c-tf
FLOWE RS
For choice cut-flower. and plants go
to George BISC'fOF, 220 Chapin
St. Call 809-F-1. 106c-21

"Rolling stones gather no moss,"
but unused furiture gathers dust.
Call 960. -Adv.
--

particulars address
W. A. MILES
New York Athletic Club
We t t9tI St. New York, N. Y.

better as the new cap.
For Williams' is the fast-
est beard softener known
and, in addition, it is of
distinct benefit to the
skin. Try giving your
face the wholesome care
of Williams'. It iakes
you look and feel your
best.

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DEMAND

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.N'tice the hinged
£cap. You can't
lose it-and the
tube bangs up)
44 %

79
The Genuinle
ChGcolate Maled
Drinle
ERADICATES.
THIRST

will,

FOR RENT-Nicely furnished apart-
ment for summer. Reasonable. Ref-
erences exchanged. Box BB.

I

WANTED

158p-3

Use of 170 Acres Guaranteed For Kids
of State Who Will Attend
This Year
STUDENTS TO HOLD TAG DAY
FOR F UiS NEXT T1IUR1ti XY
Use of a 170 acre tract of land lo-
cated in Livingstone county, 25 miles
from Ann Arbor will be available for
the University's third annual Fresh
Air camp this summer Lewis C. Rei-
manu, campel director, announced yes-
terday. Final legal steps transferring!
the proper y to M. A. Ives, member of

ace

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DE-1 TAR. i f7UONE 114

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$4.98

WANTED-Student to make himself
generally useful. Several hours each
morning early. Apply Mr. MacNan-
ee, Building and Crounds Office, Uni-
versity. 158-3
WANTED-Students to work in kit-
chen remainder of semester. - Em-
ployment assured next year. 644
Tappan Ave. 15Sp-5

Khaa"Brehe3 2u5 p

A large asortment of materials in both
ladies and men's breeches or knickers.

WANTED-Medical student wants de-
sirable single room in quiet houseE
near campus for next year. Daily
Box R.B.T. 157p-2j
WANTED-Three instructors desire

the Board of Trustecs of the S.+
and chairman of the Fresh Air
committee, will probably be

C. A.,
camp
taken

within a few days. All terms of the
transaction have been approved by

comfortable suite or
apartment for next year.

furnished
Box M-3.
1549 p-

s
:

J. W. DWYER
508 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
157c-3
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.
roons, tile roof, hot water heat,
large corner lot and garage. Bar-
gain at $18,000 with $5,000 down.
DOUGLAS GOLDEN
316 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 720
155c-6.
S. E. SECTION-Modern 6 room house.
Oak floor, French doors, everything
in good condition. Good .lot, gar-
age. Only $1000' down,. Mrs. Gus-
tine, 835F-1, 2738. 158c
'BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Make your plans
now for summer.
I still have sever-
al mighty ~good
towns open. Do not wait until the
besfi territory is all taken. Com in
and investigate our proposition
nIow.

WANTED-Two tickets for May Fes-
tival Saturday evening 'number.
Main floor preferred. l5Cp-3
WANTED-Young woman to assist at
the lunch hour. Apply at once.{
Foster's Tea Room. 157p-2
WANTED TO RENT-10-room or more
furnished house, near, for fall school.
Phone 1657-W. 158-2
WANTED-Board and room in private
family for next year. Box H, Daily
office. 158
WANTED TO BUY-Used canoe at
reasonable price. Call 2578-W.
158p-3
WANTED TO RENT-Private garagek
in vicinity of Hill and Tappan. Call
Vosper, 1484. 158p-2
LOST
LOST-Bill-fold. valuable papers, and i

both parties.
This property, the use of which is
to be given the Fresh Air camp by1
Mr. Ives, border4 on three lakes and
is said to be one of the finest in the
state. It will make possible a larger
camp program for the poor kiddles of
the state than has ever been attempt-
ed, officials say.
Lakes .Patterson, Bass and sales
covers' all but 100. acres of the tract,
and 'of. the remaining area, 60 acres
is timberland. The camp, at which.
more than 400 poor kiddies will be
cared for next summer, will be located
on Lake Patterson. Beginning June
26, will come the first group of young-
sters, who after a ten day stay, will
be replaced by a second group. Four
such groups will be accommodated
during the summer, bringing the camp
to a close August 8.
A tag day will be held on the campus
Thursday when every student will be
asked to contribute 50 cct:- apece
in support of the camp. Alumni as-
sistance is also being enlisted by
pamphlets telling of the camp pro-

Wfool Go- HIose, $.50'u
Hiking Shoes, High-Tops, Packs, Army and Dress Shoes,
Leather and Wrap Puttees
Outing Shirts in Khaki, Serg, Poplin, Plaid Wool, etc.
Sweaters, Sport Coats, Underwear, and Hosiery
Price $1-5and Up

WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT

f ;
.". 1 Y' ... i,

OUTING GOODS, TENTS and CAMP EQUIPMENT

Surplus S uppies Store, 213 N. 4th Ave

$55. Sure nc
would apprec
ward. Call R
LOST-Dark gr
first row nort
baseball game
R.
LOST-Brown

, YQLUCU V L" ,J , M L
eed the papers and gram which have been sent to 6,500
eiate the money. Re- graduates and friends of the Univer-
teed, 566. 158p sity. Illustrations in the pamphlet
are by James House, '24L.
ey raincoat with belt, The Fresh Air camp is endorsed by
h stand at saturday's local organizations, among them being
. Reward. Call 1820- the Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce,
158p-2 the Rotary, and Kiwanis clubs. Mem-
bers of these organizations will fur-
overcoat on Friday nish transportation for kiddies to and

"It Pays to Walk a Few Blocks"

night, May 4. Finder please notify from the camp.
care Box F. A. T., Daily. Reward. __

H.
! Tel. 3221-3.T
Across

J. LEADER
622 E. Liberty
from Speddings

153c-7
CIERKS-Railway, Mail, 18 upward.
Exam. Ann Arbor, May 26. $133 mo.
Experience unnecessary. For free
particulars write R. Terry, (former
Civil Service examiner) 11G5 Bar-
rister Bldg., Washington, D. C.
15Gr 4,
U$ED CARS

158p-2
LOST-Shell rim glassesin Haller and
Fuller case between Library and
University Hall. Call 2325. 158p
LOST-A Zeta Tau Alpha pin. CallI
2798. Reward. 158-2
TYPEWRITING
TYPEWRITING and Mimeographing
promptly and neatly done. Anything
from a postcard to a volume of hun-
dreds of pages.I
0. 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-

Intramural Items
(Continued from Page Six)
the All-campus singles must be play-
ed off before 5 o'clock, Wednesday,
May 9.
The deadline for the second round
of the inter-fraternity tennis tourna-
ment has been set at 5 o'clock, Wed-
nesday, May 9. Those houses who
have not iplayed their second round
as yet should get in touch with the
Intramural department and find out!
who they are to play and get the
match played off to avoid disqualifi-
cation.
In the All-campus doubles tourna-
ment, tennis, the deadline for the sec-}
Enn'd rnund nAhc }'APP"PrnrnA,. 4to..r n-

Featuring this week

EagleSirtsfr rin
YOU'VE been buying Eagle Shirts long enough to
know how well they look-and keep on looking-how
well they fit, how well they wear. The spring styles are here

for you to choose.

There's variety in fabrics, colors and

patterns but only one quality-that for which these makers
have been known for fifty-five years. It's economy to buy
such quality. Choose while the variety's largest.
Vuy Eagle Shirts by the Fabric Name in the Label.'

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BIG BUYS

MILLER~ SHIRTINGS

in used cars
Ford touring at $50. Other cars

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