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LITHE MIIGAN DAIL

~MEXICAN R UINS 4,000 YEARS OLD

ICOLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P. M.

RIVrAL RECENT T'UT DISCOVERIES

The following Box Rep;
Daily Office: 12, BlA,I
PDU, 18, M-3,RBT,

es are at the
~JSC, Jake,
)W.

.MICHIGAN EDALYCLASSIFIED..
RIATES
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
c~harged for, at rate of five cents per
agate line. Classifieds, charged only
to those having phones.
Phone 960.
.DON'T FORGET
Smith Tire RIepair.
Oldest and most reliable place
to buy tires.
Kelly SprinrgfldM'- Dia'mond Tires a
128 c-tI'
New Brunswick Records every day at
the Stofflet Phiono Shops. Nickels
Arcade and 110 B. Washington St.
159~c
MIOTHER'S DAY is Sunday, May 13.
Greeting cards for-all occasions at
0. D Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.
-I57c-6

1"011SALE
LOST-Alpha Gammia Delta sorority
Pin, Finder please return to Isa-
bel Mutschler, 608 Monroe, and re-
ceive reward. Phone 1387.
' 159p-2
yLOST-A Sigma Alpha Epsilon pin No.
19419 on South University or Wal-
nut St. Finder return to 1500 Ged-
'des. Reward. 159-3
LOST-Saturday P. M. on either State
or Huron Streets lower part of
Schaefer fountain pen. Finder
please call 2895-:1. 159
FOR SALE-Airdale puppies' from
registered parents. Phone 197-F-22,
lSaline. Fred Kleinschmidt.
145p-33
FOR SALE-Decidedly democratic Stu-

('Weer Legion Head to Speak Tonighlt11%111111111111!I
fCol. Cal C. Chanmbers, head of theDO T
Culver Legion, will speak at a ban- H R
quet of the Culver club to be held at C IR
6 o'clock tonight in the Union. All r 606 IstI
nmemnberst of the club or non-members IcIIOUIS, 1.4
who are Culver men are invited to at- i,~fiit~itl
tend..
DEMAND
"LTECTROO"
The Genuine I

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Drink
ERADICATES
THIRST

MAIMBA
BAND
Six Musicians
and

5c.

Oscar Wikie}S

D)EALE8RS PHONE i1'4

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dent Ford. Good
good, tires. $45
ter 8:30 p. mn.

,d running order. 5
E5 cash. Call 80 af-
158

W

FOR SALE-Buescher C Melody Saxo-
phone. Excellent condition. In-
quire 'D. U. R.., News Stand fore-
noon. '15SP-3
FOR SALE-7-room house just finish-

Tire Pyramid of the Sun at Saan Juani Teotihuaeau, lltexic
Mexico (" ity, May 8.-(Special).- tions reveal that it is the "Temple of:
'Recent discoveries in ?Mexico revealI the Sun." The original form is sup-
striking similarity to those of ling posed to have been temple-shaped and
Tut-Ankhi-Amen. Ruins which ar ebe-a splendid barbaric temple, containingI
ing unearthed near, Mexico City show j a gigantic; statue of the Sun, made of!
Ethe existence at one. time of three sub- a single block of prophyry, adorned traenctersmln h gp
tion discoveries.
An immense pyramid has been un- "ns'rjannira-l Thome

TIFFed. Southieast section. $2000 will
THE 0M~'~ IEAGE reeivs a handle. $7500. Call owner. Phone
percentage on all cash purchases 213-J. 159-3
made at the store of 0Q.D: Morrill,
17 Nickel's Arcade. 157c-10, LOST-Gold watch, Maud Murdock en-
I - -graved on back. Call Burrows.

cearthed at San Juan Teotichuacan,

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'2arola Talking Machines ' 20 at
Sc haeberle'& Son's 135- S. Main' Sti.
159ci

496 F-2.a. 159P;
FOR SAiLE-,Full dress suit. Good.
condition. Size 38. Price $15. Phone
Phone 2992-J. 159p';

FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on gro-
ceries, see Pierce's ad in the Wed-
nesday issue of' The Daily. 125c-tf
FOR engraved calling cards or steel
die embossing see 0. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Arcade. 157c10'
REAL ESTATE
--HJOE-4.NVE S L 'E NT-LIFE=
INCOMIE
ONLY a,few minutes walk from the
University of Michigan. This prop-
erty has 18 ,rooms above the base-
melat and a janitor apartment in the
basement. It has steam heat, hard.
wood floors, 2 complete, baths, 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..4 small apart-
merit building. 'rice' $12,500, with
about $4000 down.

which in sole respects is more magni-
ficent than any of the Egyptian pyra-{
raidls. It is 216 feet high and 761 feet!
at the base and is divided into five
pyramidal sections or terraces which
are constructed in a manner typicalI
of a highly civilized race. Investiga-

FOR SALE-Misses gray tweed sport
suit-skirt, knickers, jacket. Size 1.
Phone 3206-J. 157p-5
FOR SALE-Oakland six touring. Had
excellent care. $175. Terms', tf de-
sired. Phone 2951-W. lS3tf.
FOEt SALE-A log-log slide rule.t
Price $10. Call 2949. 157-3
BUJSIT ESS OPORWTUNITY
REAL, SAI. FSMEN WANTED
for summer vacation. If you are a
live, wire you, can clear $1500 this
summer. If you are not- a live wire
do not- apply.
This is not, a peddling or. canvass-
ing proposition, but a he-man's job
with he-man's pay.
Write Box 20,. Michigan Daily, with
telephone number and sales experi-
ence. 159p

Classifieds-Cont.
LOST'
LOST-Dark grey raincoat with belt,
first row north stand at Saturday's
baseball game. Reward. Call 1820-
R.. 168p-2
LOST-Brown 'overcoat, on Friday
night, May 4.- Finder please notify
care Lox F. A. T., Daily. Reward'.
158p-2:
LOST-A Zeta Tan Alpha pin. Call
2798. Reward. 158-2
TYPEWRITING
TYPEWRITING and Mimeographing'
promptly and neatly done. Anything
from a postcard to a volume of hun-
dreds of pages.
- 0. D. MORRIL
17 Nickel's Arcade Phone.'1718
157c-10

F. ]ROY IhOLMES

157c-3

FOR' SALE'
WE lzve two well located properties
suitable for a fraternity or sorority,_
Easy terms.
A beautiful 'home on Hill Street very
reasonablyr priced.
A very fine new 6 r~oom home on~
Granger. Price moderate. Terms'
easy.
}A 10 room house and' dormitory one
block fromi campus. $1,000. down
payment.
SEE us for any class of property.
TEL 866 or 307 ELMER E. BROOKS,
7 Savings Bank Bldg. 1570-21
FRATERNITY OR ROOMING HOUSE
A well located 15 room house. 5
rooms on first floor, oak : fifsh.
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.
Call be had on moderate terms.' Call
Mr. Bond 2662-J wit~h
Whtaley Real Estate ] Xehange
First -National Bank Bldg.
157c-21
"FRATERNITY-SORORITY"
WE. have homes that can be bought
on very easy tems. If you are seri-
ojuly considering purchasing con-,
s 'It us at nce
Excample: $25,00-$2,000 down
HIome that will accommodate 45, to
30, men, in A-1 condition, fine loca-
tion, and good lot,
A, R. PATOA NCO.
FIBST NA~t'L BANK BLDG..
IWlICANiSN, PHONE 40
157c-21
FI,'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 s~mall fraternity. or
sorority Will exchange for small.
house. Inquire
J. IV. DWYER
608 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
A 14 ,room roomning house in vicinity
of Campus and High School. $9,800
wvih$1,500 down.
A. beautful home S.E. of Campus, 8
rooms, tile roof, hot water heat,

Ov~er One Hun-
dred Students
f r o m Michigan
are going to sell
brushes this summer. WHY? Ask
them or see me and I wvill give youi
the reason.
H. J. LEADERV
Tel. 3221-J 622 E. Liberty
Across from Speddings

(Continued from Page Si'x)
753; Erickson, 2432J, v~. Granger,
2925I:.
The second round will be drawn
from the hat 'as some changes are
necessary and men winning their
matches will not necessarily play the
winner of the match preceeding them.
The second round schedule will be
printed in Saturday's schedule.
Complete standings have been comn-
piled in the fraternity baseball
leagues, and the winners have beep
put into the elimination series. They
are as follows: Xi Psi Phi, Psi Omega;
Psi Sigma Kappa,' Delta Sigma P1i,
Delta Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, Phi Kappa Sigma, Alpha D)elta
Phi, Kappa Sigma, Beta Phii Delta, Phi'
Mu Alpha, Phi Chi,* Sigma Chi, and
the winner of the Phi Gamma Delta-
Tau Epsilon Phi game, which is yet to
be played off.
The elimination series in the fra-
ternity baseball tournament will start
tomorrow. The following games have
been scheduled: 5 'o'clock, diamond 1
Phi' Chi vs. Sigma Chi; diamond 2.
Phi Gamma Delta vs. Tau Epsilon
Phi; diamond 3, Kappa Sigma 'vs. Beta
Phi Delta; diamond,-'4, Delta. Alpha
Epsilon vs. Delta Sigma Pi. Ph1'i 1M11
Alpha will play the winner of the
Phi Gamma Delta-Tau Epsilon Phi
game on diamond 3' at 5 o'clock, Fri
day.
Among-'the independent, 'society and
class teams the schedule for 'the bal-
ance of-the week is .as follows: 4. o'-
clock, Thursday, junior fits vs. fresh
engineers;. 5 o'clock, Thursday, dia-
mond 1a Wolson vs. Gun and Blade; 4
o'clock,. Friday, senior engineers- vs
medics; r5 o'clock, Friday, diamond 1
Raymond vs. Outlaws; 5. o'clock, Fri-
day, diamond 2, Phiel vs. Wolf'son.
All of the baseball games must be
played--unless the weather is unusual.
ly bad,' as 'it is necessary to get all
of themr played this week. A Satur-
day schiedule may be necessary if
weather 'conditions interfere.
No Intramural games will be player
on Ferry field today as the R.. 0. T. C
will have a review which will last all
afternoon. Everything will be held or.
Thursday as before.

Cr over 4,000 years old -
w Vith a heavy breast plate of gold and. =
mnreblihetisbelieved to have crowned the' summit. ,nmru
Immense underground ruins are be-
ing "discovered by the goermet
showing huge tunnels which seem to .
have been the streets of a large city,
buried in the dust of centuries. Burial 5
urns containing the mummified bodies
of kings and royal members have been
found in the monumental graves sun-5
roundingy the pyramid.-
The entire zone around the pyramids
alone covers an area of about 500_ -
acres. The pyramid was built before S'j J 'f?,f)~ll
tearrival of the Toltecs in, Mexico a or e ,
wich tools place about' the year' 648 S:
that they are at least 4000 years old. - -
This is absolutely necessary if the w "~ t c s...Y
tournament is to be completed before 5
the end of school. In case of rain the =
dead line will continue until 5 o'- S There is time yet to send her one of these beautiful
clock, tomiorrow.
Entries for all sports included on = boes, made especially for Mother's Daye. Come in>
the Intramural program have closed.=
All men having entered any of the All-I today NWe pack, for mailing.
cwmpus tournaments should watch the5.
Daily closely 4Iom now until the end w '^-
of school and see that their" matches
are played off promptly. C
CCh"1~ SH "ch r D u.eical Society Initiates Co.IU
Iota Sigma Pi, 'national honoraryl
chemical society for wome~n, initiatedf~ 324 S. State Street
four new members Monday evening in .r
room 410. Chemistry building. They E.
are : Berneta Block, '26M, Louise Mat- I= E. and Sam Unive'rsity Avenues StateS and Packard Sts.
tern, '24Ph, Selma Mueller, "24, and _
Ruth Mountain, '25D. "'11t11t1tggiI I.IiuII:I;IIII,;llliitt101Itlttilr1i11111U llli[!llsla
" itttirlfllfhlliIiIrI xirgIiIIIk

YOU GET Pl OMPT AND ACC URATE
'service whien your 'MANUSCIPTS
are TYPED by EXPERTS at BID-
DLE~S BOOK STORE., 11, Nickels
Arcade. lllc-tI

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CLERKS-Railway, Mail, 18 upward.!
Exam. Ann Arbor, May 26. $133 mo.
Experience unnecessary. For free
particulars write R.. Terry, (former

1IOLsrC1,E.A xIM
WE ihake your house clean without'
paint. We do both interior and ex-
terior washing. Ann Arbor H-ouse
Clei~ning Co. Phone 1995-J.
152c-30

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TROLLEY 370 DETROIT FROM
THE VARSITY DOOR

Civil Service examiner)
sister Bldg., Washington,

1165 Bar-
D. C.

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INTERSTATE TAILORS
'Unrivalled clothing values in Tail-
or-Made. Suits and Topcoats at ,$27.50.1
The Interstate Tailors are at the
American Hotel. Phone 123 f or ap-
pointment. 159c-41
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished apart-
ment for summer. Reasonable. Ref-{
erences exchanged. Box ,BB.
158p-3I
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Phone 930-J.
710 W. Liberty. 159,
FOR RENT---Two sets furnished!
housekeeping rooms 1025 Vaughn'
Street.' Phone 2418-W. 159-3
WANTED
WANTED-Student to make himself
generally useful. Several hours each
morning early. Apply Mr. MacNan-
ee, Building and Grounds Office, Uni-
versity. 158-3
WANTED-Students to work in kit-
chen remainder of semester. Em-
ployment assured' next year. 644
Tappan Ave. 158p-5
WANTED-Room, preferably with use
of garage, week beginning- May 15.
May wish to stay longer. 'Two la-
dies. Telephone Rhodes, 2911. 159

EXPERTS on washing windows at
reasonable, prices. Ann Arbor Win-
dIow' Cleaning Co. Phone 1995=J.
153c-W0
L UNCH ES
A 'REX Special Canoe Lunch will
make her want to go again. Rex's
Club .lunch.. 154c-tf
TYPE WRITERS
EXPERT Typewriter Repairing, all
makes. Ann 'Arbor Typeswriter Ex-
change. Phone 866. 9 Savings Bank
Block. 123c-tf
REMINGTON PORTABLE, TYPE-
WRITERS. Call Stacy R. Black,
432 Thompson. Phone 1128-J. We
!deliver. 1419-21

Direct Service. for
.1'lIcigan S'udents.

On Fridavs hereafter, commending May 4, ai Special
Limited Car will leave ill Auditorium sidig on
the Campus at 1, 2, 3 and 4. P. M. for Detroit.,

Save Money by Traveling,
the*Trolley Way

' A. H. CADY, Supt. D. 1. C.

"Jimmie" starts work; early in the
morning for you and doesn't stop un-
til he gets RESULTS. -Ads:
Lose sometling? 'A classified in
classified ad will sell it for you-Adv.
I AMHOC5PIN5

All first round : tennis matches it
the All-campus tennis singles and j
doubles must, be -played off by 5 o'-
clock today or forfeits will be given.
TODAY IS 113" DAY.

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WANTED-Three instructors desire
comfortable suite or furnished
apartment for next year. Box M-3.
154p-7
WANTED TO RENT-10-room or more
furnished house, near, for fall school.
Phone 1657,W. 158-2
WANTED TO BUY-Used canoe at
reasonable price. Call 2578=W.
158p-3
WANTED TO RENT-Private garage
in vicinity of Hill and Tappan. Call
Vosper, 1484. 158p-2
WANTED-One or more tickets for
Architect's Ball. Call .Thal 2921-W.
1591)

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After You Read This

4NBEY the' urge you've often felt to learn about :eagle
~.JShirt at firat-hand, You'll find out that their fabrics
can staned more scrutiny of weave and punishm~ent in wear'
--that the shirts do fit better at the neck and~ shouldes--
that it adds much comfort to have a shirt-long center-plait
rather than one that calls it off below the was4ln~e,-that
the sixth button actually keeps the front galss-that it
is better, instead', of promfiscuous buying, to get a trade-
marked guaranteed make and tradle-marked guaranteed
fabric, identified by the label. The spring, styles are ready.

M-

I SUARE!,!! ear
"On ~the Square's" no- idle jest.
Our charge is fair-we do our
best. '
Mr. Quick.
W E are conscientious plumb.
ers, giving you your
money's worth on every job, so
that when you need a plumber
you waist us.

MULER SHIIRTINGS

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