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_____ _____ ____THE MICI-iGA7N DATLY

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fiIOLTSCFLEA4 ClNG

H!E

)VERTI SING

od No. 5,Bich
ribbon. Finl-
303 S. Sta"te

WtE inake your house clean without
paint. Ve cdo both interior and ex-
teriorweTng City House Clean-
iGCo. Phoc:,1995-5T. 152c30
ENw1F P M:T on wa'Si:aNg indiows ,;at
2'Ea1sonab11le pr).' City *ino
Cleaning Co. Phone 1995-J.13ei
%UGS SHAMPOOED or Dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50. 135c-tf

NOTICEI
ing Box Replies are at theI
Tice: Jake, JSC, BC, 12, AI-3,1

FOR ',' All
FOR SALE--Underwoo
Spacer, two colter
shape, ,price $". 00.

L~Y CLASSIFIED..

Classified Rates. Two cents a word
a day, paid in advance. Minimunm
charge for first day, 25c. Minimaumn
theraftr 20c. Three cents per wor'd
per day if charged. White space
charged for at rate of five cents per
agate line. Classifieds, charged only
to those having phones.
P'honie 8o.'
BRING THIS AD WVITH YOU
for a 10 percent discount on all pur"-
chase s of dress lineni, toweling, haned-
kerchief and art linen, Canton linen
cdnterpieces and lunch cloths. Wo-
man's Exchange, 10 Nickels Arcade.
164c-2
DON'T FORGET
Smith Tire Repair
Oldest and most reliable place
to buy tires.
Kelly Springfield Diamond Tires
128c.-tf
F'LINT STUDENTS-Heated sedan
leaves V riday nights returning Sun-
day nigh~t. Railroad rates. Phone li
1394-.i. 97c-21.
NOTICE1-Rider's Pen Shop has movred
from College Inn two doors north
with Arnold's New Jewelry Store.
~16ic-2
FOR engraved calling cards~ or steel
die embossing see C. D. Morrill, 1?7!
~Nickel's Arcade. 157c16
FOR ROCK -BOTTOM PRICES on gro-
ceries, see Pierce's adl in the Wed-
naesday issue of The.Daily. 125c-tf

St. 2nd floor. Phone 310-?II. FOUNTAIN PENS
FORZ SALE-Tw.o May Feitival Tick-, T? n very best in fountain pens. Ten
ets for Fridlay evening, and Friday leaping miakes including the famous
and Saturdlay afternoons. First hal- Ridecr Mater Pen.
cony, f'ourth row. Call 3083-'Ale- Buy Pens. plus service at the 'price
tween 7 & 8 :p. °-I. o the pen alone at
FORSALE,,-Three May Festival Thek- RDR.PNSO
ets Wenesay igh, Fid~v~ Nwow with A RNOLD'S NEW STATE ST.
ternoon, 'nd Sa# trday afitero .14IJWLY 'O
row, main floor. MJiller, 1072-.. EELYSTR

164
Fort SALTE-A sixteen room2 house orn
State St. Suitable fcr a fraternity
or sorority. I"nquire at 64FE Jef-I
fersotn, or ca:ll 349-W. 162p-3
FOR SALE-FTwo tickets for the firat
three concerts" of ths mayFeivl
Call 938-J." 341 . Jefferson. 1 64 p
FOR SALE-One May Festival Course,
Ticket. 14th row, MT"ain floor. 1?honeI
2418-li, Mackensen. 1(,31)-21

U NIY IVATLIP"T)C14OT SIN G VLUES
in17 T iLOR-MADE SUITS A',D
TOCOATS oAT' 27.50. THE IN-
MERii-.CAN hOIITEL. PHONE 123
FORI APPOINMENT. 164c
FURNITURE

rl Sh i.4 samer n1aks the seconPd year
thatathh: oae~~n, pysical edui-
catin an ad~inktratcn ill be of-
i l 'I;b'the C)! ~of educ-t ors as
8. 'ha corse wae frstoffered
at Columiauia.ydrigtes-
Tiner btincnjntinwihother
Sinc tht ~niI et orcollegercs and
umrers~ic:; hve olO 'dthey example
set b l~ca
vuasn-it,
ttnaelatya an 9('i.-
Ce{ h 1C; ilng1H. yoct kwill al
the~~~~~~~I stiifi tiit~;.H ;toin
;t?°et atgehrin fot 1. eorge:
crg:; ' x L~: l an d ad instra hoiiof in-
ltc.D.erc .;', ay neest12e
stfin ttaching of gmasisand
Hanad 1ate ;il :also istruo,,t
in a:the..:ic taiing. E rD. M~itch-
ell will;11 a>dle tle organization an;1
admm% t-- .., . o_ _ i. <ramlral attic s ,
lRy I.. J _. er d0013 the csam:e for base-
11i.

7i should-:see Dr. GeoreluA. Myldr ot ileesdin th'is workt. Fromt~
Dueito a(i'sho(tage 1lbo(r o-sn tnow o K. orgaridge, 431
strctn orkonthe wliterar)y
bilin(:dn olil lIt-llave bean emled Toipso.-d
suprinendnt rtmn.The ltinviv'r
s!'ty c enpiynen iartent h'asbeen
students dir :l ingsmmrer employ-_
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Ask the Administration De-
prtment of the Missouri
St eLife Insurance Com-
pany, St. Louis, about op-
portunities for college inen
iho want to go into the 'In-_
sur ance Business.

/Follow
That Hunch
to the
BLU- GOLD
LUNCH
605 Church

Fai

An exclusive Duro Belle f.
0ure is the Dvro Knot. 0t
'4770 of these tiny knots are
every Du~ro Belle net. J
try a few an~d you, too, ti
learn w'hy Dur'o elle is
best. When you wear a hr
Belle hirnet, you knowt}
youIre wear-ing.
Pugy them by the

IN

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CABLE NELSON piano. .A-1 condi-
tion, oak case, excellent tong, $150.
631 Oakland. 2808-W. 161p-41
FOR SALE-Miay Festival Lours-
Ticket. Second Balcony front. Call
Joseph, 922-11. 14:
FOR SALE-A 1911Z Ford with a nor-
mal pulse. $70. Call Bret,1165-
W. 163p.
FOR SALE-Oakland si'-x t )ulln eceru-
pletely overhau ed. Good tires. sar-
gain. Phone 2951"-W. 1C4-3
FOR SALE-One May Festival Tick-
et. Call 1314-W. 164
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Unfurnishied hIe nd four
rooms and private bath nea <r tbel
University. 869 monthiy. ReadI
Sept. 1. T1,igt arrange for ptosses-
sion after June 1.

DO YOU KNOW we have the most
completely equipped plint in the
country for the Repairing, Refinish-
ing and Upholstering of furniture?
Phone M3-W. P. B. HARDING.
88c-21
L~UNCHES !
.A REX Special Canoe Lunch will
make her want to go again. Rex's
Club lunch. 154c-tf
War R cord .Fails
To Save Veteran

AWORLD CONVENTION ON BUSIN.ESS PROMOTION

tiow On' cP12,4,iaa
"W -V -Vwmm SaVed '-,j'21,000

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THlE WOMEN'S LEAGUE receives a
percentage on all cash purchases
made at the store of 0O .D. Morrill,
17 Nickel's Arcade. 157c-10
LOST-Black traveling bag on Michi-
gan Ave., between Ann Ar bor and
Ypsilanti. Reward. Finder ntotify
Gla(Lstone Ziegler, 5321 Vinewood,
Detroit.
Phone Walnut, 2119-J. 163)2.
LOST-Between Liberty St. and High
School old fashioned gold broochI
on black ribbon. Valued as keep-,
sake~. Reward. Phone 3139. 164p
LOST-Mly Pen TProubles at RidIer',,
Pen Shop. Now located at .302 S.j
State St. withi Arnold's New Jewelry I
Store. 163c-2
~LOSTP OR EXCHANGED-At Chi Psi
Touse, Thursday, top-coat, gray
brown tweed. Call Eddy 2211.
162-3
LOST-Black pocketbook- at' Ferry
Field Saturday. Contains athleticI
pass book ,and change. Archie D. '
Waring. Phone 981-J. 164p)-2
LOST-C~onklin Fountain' Pen. Re-
turn to 915 11. Ann, Phone 1288-5.!
164p
LOST-Pair shell-rimmed glasses in
brown leather' case. Call 1288-J.
Reward. 164p
FOUNlD-RI er's Pen Shop with Ar-
nold's New Jewelry Store, 302 ..j
State St. 1 3c-2 W A E
WANTED-Student to' wash, dishes
noon and evening. Job good for
sum~mer. Arcade Cafeteria. Nick-
els Arcade. 163-3

F. Roy Iholnies
113 S. Main

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l(ilc-E

FORL RENT-A-4and ; room aparrtm:ent,
'jmodern, furnished. Reced ,Arenit
until September. J. Carl Mlom
692 E. Liberty St. Phone 1;13-M or
1661-J. 164-3f
FOR1'RENT-StrictlY modlern " eei-
rom;house at 537 'Thc ~,osont.
Call at 121 E. Liberty Zt. evnns-
up~tars-a° ter 5 :30 p. in., Wissmian.
1Cp-
FOr RENT-Fuzrnishied house from
Juine 15 to Sepltember 15.. Large
shady yard. Inquire 1001 Forrest.
Phone 721. 152-3
FOR RENT-During summer. Fur-
nished apartment of four, room,
Swith bath, light, gas, water. Call
1920-M. 164p-3
REAL EFSTATE
FOR SALE
6 room house, just south of cam-
pus-$1x00-$1500 down.
6 reomhouse, close to East U.. Ave.
$7801-$2000 down.

A. (G. hut:wlasitotan
of tile ho . 5 Oat nd apig(lrt-
i1 e. h:aIta lln vY hi assI
ned iltsre.i filsL-aid. ';
I t :t)7 or eso ho lce alead en
gagd n sc lingror c--, cing somen
pnaseof anietcs ad are meant t
suppe~ioctany thlticknovle("g;e
i h -tulen;may a'r'A
h1ave.
Deli giaa~ Trycutsikzt
Sc r-:a1 ~in Coeorgrinr atwork1n
W.1i1 G0r 'ngynai~aB)ti't

At one of the recent conventions of the Associated Adver-
tising Clubis, an extacx t cor, -'tonidence supervisor told how
his firm had savcd more cthian $21,000 annually through the
elimination of cw *r ?y' s=_ i-ceais ary phrases and expressions
in business letters-"we beg; to says" and similar old-timers
-while the tonie and effectiveness of the letters were also
improved. Every, person. in his -audience left "that session
enriched wvith 'Ii-fori-ation 1which later saved money for all
who applied it. 'W,,hether you are a member of the Associa-
tion or not, you zare cordially invited to attend the
NINETEENTH ANNUAL CONZVNTION
ASSOCIATED ADVERTISING CLUBSof the WORLD
Atli ntic City, j ne 3 to 7,p 1923

I - N m

At this great gales romotion
conference, you wail meet, face-to-
face, leading sales promotion ex-
ecutives from the four corners of
the world. 'You ctan find oppor-
tunity to at S : ques0ion-, to discuss
your businesIs prolemt5S with themYi.
Advertising, prop Yrly used, has the
power to extend youtr ,-ade, tc,
bring new dollars into yor ash
drawer. Attendarce, ;lherr,
vnl be in the nature of aninvest-
zment, not an expense.
In addition to the sessions of
the convention, loaded full of
business-building ideas, 'there will

be a great educational exhibit of
advertising. Take a note book
wvith You. You will go back home
ciiriched.
ShareI with us the joy of June in.
AtatcCty. What 'a dch~ghtful
place it is in that delicious maonth!l
Ample hotel accommodations at
Teaso nable, guaranteed rates, ad-
mirable transportation facilities,
special railroad rases-a great bus-
iness opportunity .and a chance
to spend some most enjoyable
dlays at a cost less than the usual
expense of going'to this Queen of
Resorts.

Share with tus the joy 01
June in Atlantic City

Jahn W . a ie r kiFor eloieo cut-flowers and plants go
The brilliant wgar record of John 3.V. to George iSCROF' 220 Chapin
Afeisner failed to save himt from a sonl- St. Call $09--. 106 c-21
tence of dea.th or. the gallows. 'Meisnier
was convicted of murder by a jury Fro .? Lit. Class Dues should be
which refused to heed his previous sent co> to K., Morgazridge, 431_
record. Topo -dv

'For fall information as to special railroad rates, hotes, 'etc., address.
A''SSOCI-'1ATED ADVERTISING CLUBS,
110 WEST 40TH STREET, NEW YORK, N. Y.

a d e n f s S un 1 4
hiWWiifff444 '+b cf

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Best small rooming, house
city. Good home and $2O000
Student furniture included.
terms.

inl thce
incomre.

111I1 South University Ave.

Gordon Read Real Estate" Agency
Phone 1798-W. Evenings GCl-W
163p2

Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies

WANTE4D-Tw-o May Festival Ticketsf
together Wednesday or Thursday
night or both nights. Call 2375-M.'
lars. Whitney. 164p-2
WANTED-Your pen repairing at Rid-
er's Pen Shop now with Arnold's
New State St. Jewelry Store. "
163c-2
WANTED-Student to work 9 to. 12-
evenings, job good during summer.
M-Lunch. 163-3
JWTSIhTSS Q' PPORTUNITY
College men and women desiring to
make some real money during the
vacation period, as well as secur-
inug a permanent source of income,
will do well to investigate our pro-
p(,;Jtion. Our product is used by
eve-ryone, is a ready seller, and what
is more, is a repeater.
You cannot afford to overlook this
oppor-tunity if you are 'anxious to
secure pleasant and profitable
work. F4or full particulars see our
Mr. Gilmartin, Hotel Whitney, Tues-
day and Wednesday. 164p
AGENTS- Men or women to make
house to house sales in their home
territory during their vacation. Lib-
eral commissons. No previous can-
N ass made. Send fifty cents for.
sample and information. Niagara
Curtain Container Co., Niagara
Falls, N. Y. 1621-3
Would 'you like to sell NORTH
RIDGE BRUSHES in virgin territory
and have expert help) you while sell-
ing? If so, call at 613 Packard any

NEAR MICHIGAN 1TNJOT
Splendid ten room house, well built
and modern, solid oak floors and fin-
ish downstairs; airy, cheery{, well-
lighted and home-like. Only $11,000
if sold this week. Owner is anxious
to sell today, thus the low price.
Terms.
F. ROY HOLMES
113 S. Main
164c-3
FOR A QUICK SALE
The price of this, house has been
reduced to $11,000. Located on, paved
street south of Campus. 10 rooms, all
oak downstairs, good condition
throughout. Will be glad to show by
appointment. Mrs. Gustine. -,~ 164c
TYPEWRITING
TYPEWRITING" and Mimeographing
promptly and neatly done. Anything
from a postcard to a volume of hun-
dreds of pages.'
O. D. MIORRILL
17 Nickel's Arcade Phone 1718
157c-10

Candies, Laundry .Agency, Tobaccos

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WPHTNEY THEATRE, -Mig!
---6he VelWqnV Pye5ant,
lie wofld v loyollr " a 1, j
.obi e a Y
till _ _

Tickets for Single Concerts may be secured at the University School of Music,-
$1.50 each. A few Course Tickets remain at $5.00 each. B G PR
SOPRANOS.-I
CONTRALTOS TWELVE~
TENORS STAR
KBARITONES - .SOLOISTS
STHREE VIOLINIST
SRENOWNED PINIST -
ORGANIZRATIONS ORGA-NIST
STHE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
THE CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL CHORUS
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
GUSTAV HOLS'T
Distinguished Guest Conductor

SZTI~PLZ{TT~ suC6~~ A
XLUJiIU1'CP 'P :: f

YOU GE"D PROMPT AND ACCURAT~E
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are TYPED by EXPERTS at BID-
DLES BOOK STORE. 11 Nickels

a
3

Arcade.

lllc-tf

- TYPEWVRITES
EXPERT Typewriter Repairing, all
makes. Ann Arbor Typewriter Ex-
change. Phone 866. 9 Savings Bank

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