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- - -~ ~THE MICMGANN DATLY

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ASII
.DVERTI SING

THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 p1 m

NOTICE
The following Box Replies are at the
Daily office: 20, BC,BA1, S M3
BB, 8A,618, 25,, 12.
.MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED..
RATES
Classified Rates. Two cents a word
a day, paid in advance. Minimumn
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 960.
DON'T FORGET
Smith Tire Repair
Oldest and most reliable place
to buy tires.,
Kelly Springfield Diamond Tlrps
128c-tt
INTERSTATE TAILORS
U~nrivalled clothing values in Tail-
or-Made Sits and Topcoats at $27.50.
The Interstwte Tailors are at the
American Hotel. Phone 123 for ap-
pointrnaent. 159c 4
TAKE TIME TO SIE t~hose articles of
H~and-carved elephant Ivory at the
Woman's Exchange. 10 Nickel's Ar-
cade. 160Gp-2
FOR~ engraved calling cards or steel
,die embossing see 0. D. -Morrill, 17
Nickel's Arcade. 1570
FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on gro-
series, see Pierce's ad in the Wed-
tnesday issue of .The Daily. 125c-tf

FOR SALE,-
5' room bung-alowv, S.E. scin
$1000down.
11 room hlouse, 1 llock from Can-'
Pus, $1000 downl. Phorc ';'PGor 307.
7 Savings Bk:. Bdg.
FOR. SALE-Airdalo puppies from
registered parents. Phone 197-1-22,
Saline. Fred Kleinschmidt.
145p-33
FOR SALE-7-room house just finish-
ed. Southeast section. $2000 wiill
handle., $7500. Call owner. Phone
21324J. 150-3

TYPE WRITERS
EXPERT Typewriter Repairing, all
mi-akes. Ann Arbor Typewriter L~x-
chang e. Phone 866. 9 Savings Bank
1 ck:. 123ec-tf
RED"INGTON PORTABLE TYPE-
WRI1TERS. Call Stacy R.. lack,
432 Thompson. Phone 1128-J. We
deliver. 141p-21
11OISECEA NIr
WE make your house clean Hwith~out
paint. We do both interior and ex-
terior washing. City House Clean-
ing Co. Phone 1995-3. 152c34
EXiPER1TS on washing windows.. at'
reasonable prices. City Window
Cleaning Co. Phone 1995-J. 153c0
FOR HIRE
FOR IRE-Car with or without driv-'
er. Phone 1758-R. 16.1e-21
TIA GOAO
PHFONE 2700l. PACKAGE AND BAG-I
GAGE EXPRESS. 104c-27

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USTABLISHRtO. 1 J
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Telephone Muirray 1fZ! 8So

Clothing for the Tennis Payer
and the Golfer
Flannel Trousers, Knickers, Special Shirts, Hosiery,

FOR SALE-Misses gray twced. sport011 l1IVr
suit-skirt, knickers, jaciket. Size 1G. "iBRTSHPase3206J.uavop5 .

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TNE WO Ii: N'S LEAGI.D3 receives a
percentage on all cash purchase
made at the store of 0O.D. Morrill
17 Nickel's :Arcade. 1 57c-10
XO THER'S DAY. is Sunday, May 13.
"greeting ycards for all occasions at
0.: 111MorrIli, 17 Nickel's Arcade.
., a 1'7-6
1'+' INT . STUDENTS-Heated. sedan
) nves Fri! y nights returning Sun-
~day night Railroad rates.' Phone
394-1. 97c-21
Special Victor Record releases on
"sale today, at Schaberle & Son's.
LOST-Taken from Chemistry Build-
Ding Thursday morning, Tweed Top-
'coat with par' gloves. $10 reward
sand no questions asked if returnled
;oMr. ljreyfuss, 210 *N. State St,
LOST-Taken from Chemistry, Build-
iong Thursday morning a tweed top-
coat. $5 reward and no questions
Askred if returned ,to Mr. Dreyfuss
at 210 N. StateSt., 751-W.
11p-3.
LQST-"-Alpha Gamnma' Delta sorority
1xin. Finder please return to Isa-
i el Mutschler, 608 Monroe, and re-
~ei~reward. lone 1387.
k ri 159 -2
LOST-A Sigma Alpha Epsilon pin No.
*A419 on South University or Wal-
~'ut St., Finder return to 1500 Ged-
4,es. Reward. 159-3
L-ST-Someplace ,between Natural
Science Building and .Packard ,St., a
*,lrown, ox fur scarf yesterday morn-
iAg. Finder please call 370-W. 10-2
1..T-A Camel Hair Kahki SpringC
"top-Goat in Arcade Theater Wed.I
?rtght. Finder please call 1519 or
11t4. 161
S'1'S-Alpha Chi Rho pin. Norman
lettleton on back. Finder phone
LOST-Coin purse near Library. Re-
t( n to D. Wylie, 2949. 160p-2
" =I TSINESS OPPORTUNITY
, Over One un-
dred Students
f r o in Michigan
r. are going to sel
brtishes this summer. 'WHY? Ask
thet or see me and I "will give you
th ,reason.
H. J. LEADER
T4"' 3221-6 622 E. Liberty
A,.toss from Speddings
A GOOD SUMMER'S WORK
IN(CS IN $500. INVESTIGATE
THE FULLER BRUSH CO'S OFFER
NOW! AND HAVE NO REGRETS
THs$ FALLI SEE MR. BURBY.
ROOM 304, MICH. UNION, FRIDAY
AT;7:00 P. M., SATURDAY 9:00 A.
M., ,.TO 2:00. 161c
THE, PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAL
"?YSTIM2 will have a niumber of de-
s1i'ate shop positions for students
tssummer. A representative will
bIin room,306 Michigan Unon fromi
~ .to 7 p. m. Friday, May 11 and
ill furnish any information.

FOR SALE--Oakland sip touring.,'J-lad
excellent care. $175. Terms, if do-
sired. Phone. 2351-IV, lS8tf.
CABLE NELSON piano. A-1 condi-
tion, oak case, excellent tone , $i,
631 Oakland. 280 s-W. 1617 p-4
FOR SALE-One Ma'iy Festival -Course
'Tickets 8th row first balcony. Kid-'
der', phone 273,. 261 r-3
FOR SAL;'?:-=Bile ,perfect condi-
tion, '$12. "Call Thmpson after 7
p, m,.'28500-M. 1i4:p
FOR SALE- Coach for saule. Price
reasonable. Call 'at43 S. First, or
phone 224. 1r 1
FOR SALE-Two May Fes tal Tick-
ets, mai floor. Call Os-born, 1744-,
J.1 1G1
FOR SALIE--700 loads of black dirt.
George Spathoif, phone 42. 161-2
FOR -SALE-A log-fog -slide rule.
Price $10. Call 2949. 1G0-3
FOR SALE-One May Festival '.icket.
,Call 2299-J. 1G1-n
FOR U11':-T
FOR RENT-4 0and S. room apart-
ments, moder'n, fUmli:iChod.Itoc
ed rent until fetih±.J Carl
Malcolm, .692 11 L ibci-tyR> .L Phonre:
1713-M or 1661-J. 161411
FOR RENT-During surmme-5 room
apartment, 2 blocks from camipna.
Furnished or unfurnished, with or
without garagt. Phone Urniversity
155. lGOp-2

TO VISIT_ UEST
Prof. John, Stuart Mackenzie, head
of the department xof philosophy of
the University of Wales, will, arrive in
Ann Arbor with his wife Sunday forj
a two day visit.
Professor Mackenzie is tlJ,,nmost
learned moan of, his generation in th~e
field of philosophy according to Prof.
Robert M. Wenley, of the philosophy
department, who characterizes him as
"endlessly learned". He i s the authorI
of several books of a philosophical
and' soiological nature and also anI
outline of metaphysics. He. is the re-
cipient of several fellowships in Eng-
lish universities. His wife is a pro-.
fessor of education..
Thjfis is the. first visit of Professor,
Mackenzie to America and his itiner-
pry includes many of the most prom-i
{Wn~t American universities.
Alpha Nu Plans Essay Contest
Alpha Nu will hold an essay coA
test' in their meeting rooms on the
fourth floor of University hall at 7:30
c.' to; K this evening. The, meetong
will he open to visitors. Tiyo
essays will be selected to represent
the society in the contest between the
various chapters of Kappa Phi Sigma,
national literary society. The- essay
will be on subjects of general inter-
est and will not exceed 1,500 words
in_ leng th. Election of officers for
ncat seme ster will take place after

Shoes, Hats, Caps
Shetland Sweater's, Person~ral Lti gcgz e
Men's and Boys' Gar-ments fo
Every requirement of Dress or Spoltirig Wear
Ready made or to Measure
"SeamndCt (2muapiuvo:7 s
Our Representative will bie at the
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY 14 AND 15

19053 ' othrLove......... ................Elliott Shaw
Out Where the Blue .Begins.. ........John Steel
19047 IDearest, You're the Nearest to Mpy Heart .. Georgle Pric,-
Morning='Will 'Come (from "Doinbo").... Georgle Price
19049 You Tell Her-I Stutter.-Fox Trot.. Orig. Penna. Sera-
- naders
That Red Head Gal-Fox Trot ...... .....The Collegians
1.9055 Liza-Fox Trot ......... ...Con frey and( His Or-ch.
D~own Among the Sleepy llis of Tenineseec. .Creat White
Way Orchx

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TAMONT^ OR. BOYLSTON

H2 R OLEV P .TN~

Read The Daily "Classified" Cols

SER MUSIC SHOP
E 110 S. MAIN STREET

This Beautiful Victrola-$375.OI1
IMPORTANT MESSAGE-
Why not gladden the heart of Mother on Mother's Day, Sun-.
day, May 13, W~ithi these Special Releases, including a mother-
love song by Elliott Shaw..OCrder' now.

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FOR RENT-Sept. 1, house, at 110?
Prospect. Modern, attractive. Call
at premises or phone Ward, 2196-R.
161-3
FOR RENT-Twvo sets fulrn ished
housekeeping rooms' 1025 Vuh
Street. Phone 2418-W. 1'"9-S
'WANTED-Students to work in kit-
chen remainder of semester. Emi-
ployinent assured next year. 644
Tappan Ave. 158p-5
WANTED-To buy or rent in East or
Southeast section of city small house
of about six roomns with modern imm-
proveni-nts. Call box 25. 1{0p-2
WANTED-One May ,F(-stival tieket,a
either first floor or lirs t balcony.
Mrs. Gustine, phone 335-Fl, First
Nat'l Bank Bldg. 161c;
To room club of 15 or 20 men or wo-
/men dining room accommnodations.
Mrs. Deland, 1123-J. 161p-2
WANTED-At University Hospital, 2
students for wall washing. Apply
Housekeeping Office. 161-3
WANTED-Student to work for oa1rd
in fraternity kitchen. ph..,o
11525-M. 161
TYPEWRITING and Mtimeographing t
promptly amid neatly (lone. Anything
fronm a postcard to a volume of bunii--
dreds of /pages. (t
CT. D" MORR.ItLL
17 Nickel's Arcade Phone 17181
157c-10
YOU GET PROMPT ANI) ACCURATE
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are TYPED by E~XPERTS at BID-'
DLES BOO0K STORE. 11 nickels
wArcade. 111c-tfs
YOU NEED BR USH3TES!s
The Fuller Kind-,oldest and best!,
Clall for our representative, and a freer
brush. 1158-J. 161c-21
(RUGS SH-AM'POOED or Dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning V\rTrks.
Phone 50. 1 35c-t:
UNRIVALLED CLOTHING VALTH;
IN TAILOR-MADE SUITS AND TOP -
COATS AT $27,.50. T?1'17 INTER-
STATE TAILORS ARE AT THE
AMERICAN HOTEL. PHONE 123
FOR APPOINTMEN'T. 154c-4.~

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No sickening perfume. Highly
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into a can.
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You~ve got to wear the suit you biuy.
Your good money pays for it. It's up to,
you to get the right style and the great-
est value.' To be fair to yourself, see
what the merchant who sells Kuppen-
heimer Good Clothes' pan offer you.

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160p 21

ESMAN WANTED-To handle Ann
rbor improved property, also sub-
i.on. -Must be a hustler. Phone
6. 1610-3

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