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ICCHIGAN PAILY

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NOTICE FOR SALE
g Box Replies are at the FOR SALE-2 May Festival Patrons
e: JSC, MC, 12, BC, 18, tickets on Main floor for this Fri-
day and Saturday nights. Call
1519. 166
DAIUY-'dCASSIFIED..

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RATES
Classified Rates. Two cents a word
a day, paid in advance. Minimum
charge for first day, 25c. Minimum
therLfter,-20c,.Three cents per word
per day if charged. White space
charged, for atrate of five cents. per
agate line. Classifieds, charged only
to those having phones.
Phone 960.
DON'' FOR.GET
Smith Tire Repair
Oldest and most reliable place
to buy tires.
Kelly Springfield Diamond Tires
128c-tf
SWEET LOVIN' Mamma, and Kiss Me
by Arnold Johnson and his orches-
tra now on sale at the Stofflet Phono
Shops..166c
VOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on gro-
ceries, see Pierce's ad in the Wed-
nesday issue of The Daily. 125c-tf
REAL ESTATE.

IMPORTED ORIENTAL PEIRFUMES-
Atter of Roses. Jasmine, etc.,
samples $1 each. Only a few left.
Box 100. 166p
FOR SALE-Three May Festival tick-
ets for Thursday night, one for Fri-
day afternoon, main floor. Phone
2235-W. 166-2
FOR SALE-An E flat Buescher saxo-
. phone. Call at 1301 Washtenaw or
phone 1952-R after 8:30 p. m.
106-3
FOR SALE-Oakland six touring com-
pletely overhauled. Good tires. Bar-
gain. Phone 2951-W. 164-3
FOR SALE-Festival ticket, second
balcony front. Call 2707-J.
16Gp-2'
FOR ILENT
FOR RENT-Unfurnished heated four
rooms and private bath near the
University. $GO monthly. Ready
Sept. 1. Might arrange for posses-
sion after June 1.

Intramural Items
The following deadlines have been
set for the fraternity, All-campus
horseshoe singles and doubles: sec-
ond round-5 .o'clock tonight; third
round-5 o'clock, Saturday night.
Following is the schedule for ther
second round of the All-campus horse-
shoe doubles: Streite-Nichols, 753,
Kennedy-Lyons, 236; Roritch-Nathan-
son, 1525M, vs. Lang-Miller, 2138J;
Wilson-Wilson, 3015, v.. McKechnie-
Alton, 558; Granger-Hanna, 2925M, vs.
Ulman-Landy, 751W; Eisenberg-Eis-
enberg, 959, vs. Rayman-Ciralsky, 71-
W; OSborn-Schmidt, 1920J, vs. Pattee-
Ehresman, 19203; Davis-Willard, 1786-
W; vs.c Barss-Clarke, 397.
The schedule for the All-campus
horseshoe singles is as follows: Cron-
shon,-1328, vs. Granger, 2925M; Nich-
ols, 753, vs Gordon, 1525M; Hanna,
2925M, vs. Pakkado, 24323; LockP,
2220, vs. Nathansdi, 1525M; Schmidt,
1920J, vs. McKechnie, 558;. Wolf, 41$-
M, vs. Kennedy, 236; Ullman, 751W
vs. Livingston, 1198J; Trackett, 3010J,
vs. Crane 1328; Roritch, 1525M, vs.
Dunakin, 63.
The second schedule is incomplete.
The balance of it will be published
in tomorrow's Daily. All entrants in
the All-campers singles horseshoe
tournament whose names do not ap-
pear above will be notified this morn-
ing who they are scheduled to play.
The following matches in the All-
campus tennis singles must be played
by 5 o'clock today: F. Deans, 481M,
vs. Bob Seely, 984R; A. J. Baer, 2980-
NI, vs. E. Ornstein, 2801W; R. Cr'ane,
143M, vs. R. Reason, 1484; A. Plut-
ynski, 247GM, vs. Beck, 355; F. T. O'-
Brien, 1683, vs. S. Taylor, 1666W; L.
Brace, 231, vs. Paige, 2744R; Birks,
1166 vs. Passolt, 1719R. In the second
round the following natches are sche-
duled and must be played by Friday:'
M. Reed, 566; vs. Hicks, 1324J; Brus-
ke, 2106M, vs. Flint, 2106M; McKnight,
1597M, vs. Hartwell, 909; H. Zook,
1680R, vs. Lang, 2034R; Bromberg,
1167R, vs. Jerome, 2139M; Cash, 1330
M, vs. Shaefer; Goldsmith, 3124R, vs.
Tarte, 2106M.

London-Chicago ITRY OIYIL
Air Line PlannedOC
Portia Literary society will hold its
semi-annual elections at 7 o'clock
this evening in room 302 Mason hall.
The officers to be elected are the pres-
ident, secretary, treasurer, and a dele-
gate to the Oratorical board. The pro-
gram following will consist of talks
on the Passion Play. . Plans will also
be announced for the society's annual
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on every purchase i
make from us!

INAINPEN
Tt M hen FOR MFG.O
INK 1
-That Made the Fountaini Pen POSSIBLE''

NOT ONLY DO YOU RECEIVE THE
Best Quality Meats at Fairest Pr
But You Also Are Accorded Courteous Service

You

For theIBest

Call13100

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223 N. Main St.

NEAR MICHIGAN IUNION
Splendid ten room house, well built
and modern, solid oak floors and fin-
ish '.dlownstairs;, 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
1C4c-3'
ONLY $7000
8 ROOMS modern and in good con-
dition. New roof and sidewalk. Lot
49 by 132. Located near the business
district. Terms are reasonable..
Mrs. Gustine, phone 835-F-1 or 2738.
loge
FOR, SALE-Beautiful home near
campus and all street car lines. Lot
100 by 132. Flowers, shrubbery,
fruit. 1136 Prospect. Phone 1411-R.
166p-21
FOR SAFE-Modern 2 family home.
Apply.,werdling Fur Shop. 16-3

F. Roy Holmes
. . 413 S. i1in
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FOR RENT-4 ard 5rroom apartment,
modern, furnished. Reduced rent
.until September. J. Carl Malcolm,
692 E. Liberty St. Phone 1713-M 'or
1661-3. 164-3
FOR RENT-During summer. Fur-
nished apartment of four rooms
with bath, light, gas, water. Call
1920-M. 164p-3
LOST
WILL THE PERSON who found a cap
and a blue sweater durIng the Rope-
Tying contest, Saturday call 723-t
R and ask for Wykes? 166
LOST-Gold wrist watch Wed. at
Clemens recital or between High
School and 206 S. Thayer. Reward.
Phone 988-R. 166p-2
LOST-At the corner of Ingalls and
Washington streets, a, grey woolen
sweater with Rider fountain pen in
pocket. Finder pkase call O. R.
Swank, Tel. 148. 1661p
LOST-Geography outline, elementary
French grammar, and French rea4-
er. Reward. Jerome, 509 E. Liber-
ty. Phone 80. 166
LOST-Pair shell-rimmed glasses in
brown leather case. Call 1288-J.
Reward. 165p-2
HOUSECLEANING
WE make your house clean without
paint. We do both interior and ex-
terior 'washing. City House Clean-
ing Co. Phone 1995-J. 152c301
1EPERTS on washing windows at
reasonable prices. City Window
Cleaning Co. Phone 1995-J. 153c30

Commander C. Dennis wthrney
An airship plying between Chicago
and London is being planned b)y Comn-
mander C. Deinis 3urney, British air
plane expert and inventor. He is said
to have the backing of-the Vickers and
Sheel groups of capitalists in Great
Britain and a gove'rnmEnt subsidy.
The time from, London to Chicago is
expected to be forty hours and the
fare about the same as the steamboat
rates.
The Conmonweallh EdIson Co.
of Chicago
IHas positions open for Srmmer
work for University students.

A WORLD CONVENTION

ON BUSINESS

PROMOTION

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that Brought $200,000

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WANTED-Position for an American
lady who desires to act as traveling
companion, or one who needs per-
sonal attention. References ex-
changed. Box 110 Daily . 166p
WANTED-Two May Festivai Tickets
together Wedesday or Thursday,
night .or both nights. Call 2375-M,
Mrs.:Whitn'ey. 164p-2
FOR SALE--3 tickets for Friday night
concert, seat 18, roy C, second bal-
cony. Call Hill, 2613-J after 6 p. m.
166p-2
WANTED-Position by American lady
as supervisor of 'household where
good service is appreciated. Refer-
ences. Box 110 Daily. 166p-3
BEB WANTED for Saturday or a
steady, one. Go*od. guarantee. Haw-
kins House Barbershop. Ypsilanti,
Mich,.166p-3
WANTED to borrow $4000. First
Mortgage Security or excellent res-
idence ~prperty ini Ann Arbor. Call
419-M at noon or after six. 166p
WANTED-Two season tickets for
May Festival. Phone 3046-J. 166'
BU&LNBSOPPQRT(TNITY .
ARE YOU COM-
J ING BACK NEXT
. FALL WITH $150
or $700? Come
up and look over my records 'of Mich-
igan men for last summer and see
what they made. I also have a list
of men from here that averaged over
fifty dollars commission for spring
vacation. If at al interested investi-
gate our proposition at once before
all available.tprritory is taken.
H. J. Leader
Tel. 3221-J 622 E. Liberty
Across from Speddings.
165c-7
VACATION POSITION-College stu-
dent or teacher capable of assuming
responsibility. $273 for three
months. Call 2053-W after 6 p. m.
166p-2
WANTED TO RENT
Instructor wishes to rent three or four
room furnished apartment for next
September. Box LLW, Daily.
165V-3
WANTED-A garage in the vicinity of
Williams and S. Division. Call 1443-
R.. Kenrick. 166p-3
XISCELLANEOUS
YOU NEED BRUSHES!
The Fuller Kind-oldest and best!
Call for our representative, and a free

In the Inter-fraternity tennis the
following games must be played by
5 o'clock Friday evening: Nu Sigma
Nu vs. Beta Theta Pi; Phi Gamma
Delta vs. Phi Kappa Tau; Delta Sig-
ma Delta vs. Sigma Chi; Zeta Beta
Tau vs. Psi Upsilon; Lambda Chi Al-
pha vs. Phi Epsilon Pi; Delta Tau
Delta vs. Delta Sigma Phi; Xi Psi Phi
vs. Alpha Chi Rho; Allha Sigia Phi
vs. Delta Theta Phi; Kappa Nu vs.
Phi Sigma Kappa.
SThe following matches in the .All-
campus tennis doubles must be play-
ed off not later than 5 o'clock Friday:
Flint-Cash, 2106M, vs. Garber-Hicks,
1324J; H. Hammill-partner, 984R, vs.
Stroud-Reed, 566; McKnght-partner,
1597M, vs. Bromberg-partner, 1167R;
Watts-Slowinski,2866R, vs. Fox-Grein-
er, 2824W; Crane-Heinz, 243M, vs. G.
Jerome-Shaefer, 236; Lamaree-Beck,
355, vs. M. Stein-partner, 2444J; irks-
Flowers, 1166, vs, Freedman-Van
Ripps, 751W; L. Maeder-Nagle, 3104,
vs. Barnes-Briggs, 2738.
In case the courts are not in con-.
dition to play tennis today, the dead-
lineA scheduled jabovo will be ex-
tended one day. It is positively imper-
ative that all the above scheduled
matches be played by this week-end
in order that the tournamentsh ay
be properly concluded. Without the
cooperation of each. indiiulen-
trant the Intramural department pos-
itively cannot successfully complete
its schedule.

will interview students all day
Thursday at Room 2, lni'ver-

2Mr. J. IW. Giibblus

sity Hall.

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- COMING -
This Year's Most Elaborate Pie-
ture Event!
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NINETEENTH ANNUAL CONVENTION

ASSOCIATED ADVERTISING CLUBS of theWORLD
Atlantic City, June 3 to 7, 1923

A western merchant attended a great advertising convention,
and heard a speaker tell how his firm had increased sales
through the establishment of a mail sales dlepartment, to
serve those who reld his newspaper advertiseMents, but
lived at a distance. The merchant asked the speaker some
questions, returned home and persuaded his partners to let
him establish such a department. The sales of this depart.
ment now exceed $200,000 a year.
Whether you are a member of the Associated Advertising
Clubs or not, you may attend the

The 5000 business men and wo-
men attending. this meeting will
exchange experiences and ideas.
There will be grist for your mill
there. Information and inspiration
upon which a bigger, more prosper-
ous business can be established
await you. If you have q dollar and
I have a dollar and we trade, we
have one dollar cash. But if you
have an idea and I have an idea,
and we trade, we are both en-
riched. That's the spiritbof these
great gatherings, which "attract the
biggest and best sales promotion
brains in the world.

In addition to the sessions of the
convention, loaded full of business-
building ideas, there will be a great
educational exhibit of advertising.
Share with us the joy of June in
Atlantic City. What a delightful
place it is in that delicious month1
Ample hotel accommodations at
reasonable, guaranteed rates, ad-
mirable transportation facilities,
special railroad rates-a great busi-
ness opportunity and a chance to
spend some most enjoyable days
at a cost less than the usual ex-
pense of going to this Queen of
Resorts.

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Shre with us the joy of
June in Atlaintic City'

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RUGS SHAMPOOED or Dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works,
Phone 50. 135c-tf}
USXD CARS
919 FORD TOURING-Overhauled, re-
painted,large body, wire wheels,
new license. Cheap for cash. May
trade with motor cycle. Box 100.
165p
191b FORD TOURING-Overhauled, re-
painted, large body, wire wheels,
new license. Cheap for cash. May
trade with motor cycle. Box 100.
166p
FOR SALE-1920 Ford Touring, A-1
shape mechanically. Will take cheap-
er car in trade. Phone 1758-R.
166c-2
TYPEWRITERS
'TYPEWRITERS.bought,.sold, ex-
changed, cleaned, repaired.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade. Phone 118. Dealer:
L. C. Smith & Corona Typewriters
166c-3
EXPERT Typewriter Repairing, all
makes. Ann Arbor Typewriter Ex-
change. Phone 866. 9 Savings Bank
Block. 123c-tf
INTERSTATE TAILORS
UNRIVALLED CLOTHING VALUES.
IN TAILOR-MADE SUITS AND
TOPCOATS at $27.50. THE INTER-
STATE TAILORS ARE AT THE
AMERICAN HOTEL. PHONE 123
FOR APPOINTMENT. 166c-3
D FURNITURE
DO YOU KNOW we have the most
completely equipped plant in the
country for the Repairing, Refinish-
ing and Upholstering of furniture?
PhoIe 381-W. P. B. HARDING.
88c-21
TYPEWRITING

For full information as to special railroad rates, hotels, etc,, address
ASSOCIATED ADVERTISING CLUBS
110 WEST 40TM STREET, NEW YORK, N.Y.

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Remaining games for this week in
the fraternity baseball league are- as
I follows: 5 o'clock, today, diamond 1,
Delta Alpha Epsilon vs. Sigma Phi Ep-
silon; diamond 2, Phi Gamma Delta vs.
Phi Chi; 5 o'clock, tomorrow, diamond
1, Xi Psi Phi vs. winner of Delta Al-
pha Epsilon-Sigma Phi Epsilon game;
diamond 2, Alpha Delta Phi vs. winner
of Phi Gamma Delta-Phi Chi game.
The above schedule will bring, the
fraternity league teams to the fin-
al round, which will be played Mon-
day. In case of interruptions, due to
bad Weather, all games above will
be played from 1 to 2 o'clock, Satur-
day.
The results of the fraternity elimin-
ation games have been posted in the
Intramural department's office on the
bulletin board.
During a lengthy meeting of the In-
tramural officials Tuesday it was de-
cided to press all of the remaining In-
tramural sports as fast as the weath-
er permits as all schedules must be
completed by May 26.
In order to do this it will be ne-'
cessary for all teams to play on the
two remaining week ends of this and
next week. Also, all participants must
co-operate with the Intramural d
partment to avoid unnecessary con-
flicts. The schedules for the remain-
ing matches in horseshoe and tennis
have been posted on the bulletin board
in thenIntramural office, and constant
reference. to these by all participants
will greatly aid the successful comple-
tion of this year's program.
All sports are closed and men should
not come to the Intramural office and
expect to be placed in a sport, for if
men do not play they will be dropped
and the next man entered will take

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