100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 22, 1923 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1923-05-22

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

4E MITCInfGA'N I7ATLY

w

TI'S
CLOSES
IAT 3 P.M.

Poland's Pianist Statesman
{ Makes New Fortu In U.

S.,

jVERTI SING

following Box Replies are at the'
Lily Office: J)SC, MC, 1$, fBC, 18,
689,; CNC~, DM, Jake.
ICHIGAN.DALY LASSIFI'ED..

o? cen~ts a wordj
ace. Miizimuni

4#'

it~e .space
cen~ts per
.rged only4

to

C.

SITUATION AWANTED-Cook "(male.
colored, cooking; school graduate)
wishes work in a fraternity where
good cooking and economnical man-
agement would be appreciatedl. ..
W. Station A, 547, Champaign, 111.
169p-16
WVANTE.D---To buy rotuirn trip tickets
from California 'to Ann Arbor at
end of school yeoar. ;An oriortuin-
ity for some couple going to saive
some expense. Call Chas. E. Gal-
lup, 808. 16903
W VAP;T ED--ILady of good personality
for de,-iral~le summj.,er position with
reliable corp)oration. M'usi:tib loyal
and faithful to her work, caba le ov
assuming responsibility. Box ABQ.
170p
W VANTED-=Aparltment for family of
four. Take possession Sept. 1. Call
Welch 1828. 170p-2
WANTED-Garage in the vicnity of
Packard and Division. Call 2774-MI.
i70p

BE OBSERVED UERE
Senior Sunday will be observed iii
Ann Arbor churches next Sunday in
accordance with the custom of many
years. Sections will be reserved in all
churches participating tn the event
where Seniors in cap and gown, will
sit in a body during the special serf-
ices.
It was formerly the custom to oi'-
serve Senior Sunday in the churches 'l
0on the Sunday preceding graduation.
Changes in com-mnencement plans, piay-
:ng baccalaureate services on the
morning of the Sunday before graduI-
<ion , however, make it n ecessary that
,Senior Sunday be held earlier.
The way to rent a room is with 8 i
'Daily Classified".-Adv.f

Ask to see
VAN NORD
the newest
VAN HEUJSEN
low-cut for
Spring.'

VAIN HEUSEN ..tFie
Thoroughbred
among Collars

Y

T #y

the thoroughbred may die, but he never quits.
.1The VAN HEUSFEN may wear Rout, b~ut it never
w~rinkle:, never sags, never wilts. Fifty Cents

Kelly

placea
cnd Tires
12$8c-tf

,,

F'LINT STIVDNTS-Heated sedan
leaves Friday nightsreturnigSun-
daiy night. Raiload rates. Phonie
FOR ROCK HOTPRI CES on gro-.
ceries, see Perces od ii) the lWed-
nesday issue of The Daly.I -5c-tf
Freshman who left Watch with Jun-
ior at tuig-of-ar leave phone no. at
530 S. Division. 169-p2
REAL ESTATE

I

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

The VAN CRAFT shirt has the VAN HeUSEN
Collar attached-and is as much finer in
form and lfabric thani ordinary shirts, as the
VAN HEUSi.tN is finer than ordinary collars.
Made in White. Oxford and Mercerized
Pongee.

t'

An A-1 Rooming hoause
ONLY $1,0'00 DOWN

------

It has 12 rooms, every one in line
condition. The upstairs is arranged
in suites and the thilrd floor can be
used' as .a dormitory. The dining room
Sand kitchen are large so boarders
could be accommnodated. Floors are
Sall hardwood. Thee 9is a fireplace,
*soft wvater, t.wo lavoratorics, garage.
This is locatedI on a paved street and
is only a short 4 1-2 blocks from th~e
campus. You cannot find a ore ex-
Scellent buy in thle city. See it at
,~once.

WVANTE D-To buy second hand an-i
Bolin and refrigerator. Call 967 M.
169p2
WANTED-To buy second hand mian-
dolin and refrigerator. Call 976-M.
170-2
WATE-Laul ndry to do at homexc;
-dresses and fine works preferred.
Phone 2532-W-1 . 170-6
WANED-Family washing, soft w a-
ter, driedt out-doors: Phone 3105-1K.
170-3
Student help want'ed to fin isl]'I semnes-
ter and for sumnmer. Arcade Cafe-
teria, Nickels Arcade. 170p-3
LOST
LOST-+Dark gray ramncoat. Icwt in
first base bleachers Friday. Re-
w ard. ' Call 4J. D. Scott. 2012-J.
170-2
LOST-Large black leather notebook
containing semnester's noteo-. Also a
General Chemistry book. IR. F.
James. 1070-M. 1-40P

I nam PLad.-cmski and iM1me, .Padere wskOl, photogr'ap hed as they sailed for
Eqrope 4
That Igna4ce Pa derewski, famouns Polish pianist and statesman, has
partly recuperated the, for tune .he sacrificed in his effort to lead Poland
to a firm footing, is indicated by the statement that the United States, con-
cert tour which he recently completed netted im $400,000.. He sailed re-
centlyV for Pocland with .Mmne. Paderewski to rest up for another. American
tour. Paderewski threw his personal f ortunie into the cause when named
premnier of 'biv. country after the war.

r F.

A
the Worksd. Smart CO LLB1
PHiIL t <11+ $ CORPORATION Q IZ5 BROADWAY. NeW YORK

Classified-Con't.
FURNITURE
Do YOU KNOW we bavo the. mosey
completely equipped plant in, (heI
country .for the :Repairinig, Refinish-
ing and Utpholstering .of furniture?
Phone 331-W: P. B. HARDING .
88c-23
If that checkdi't come, let "J41 -
mie" sell' some th ing for you to tide
you, over.-Aviv.f
;Daily. Classiflods for r eal results.-

or Gaod TiolvUse
1~IJL,,R'S SPECIAL IN
.superiorfouii ain per, ink"
IID2R'S PEN SHOP

%Mov

AEI

1I[EN AND OTHERS

,a

Phone

TOLEDO-A.NN ARBOR BUS
Camrs leave for Toledo 7.:10 A. 3T.,
daiy._ $Swiday, s t 8:0,09 11:00 and

MRS. GUSTINE
REALTOR
717 NATIONAL BAND
835-FI-E~venings and Su .do..
835-F2, 2738, 486-J.
17Q4

A visit to our store will convince you
we have many articles with which you can
joy your trip with more pleasure and conm
aisci many of which you can not dog well v
out. Some of them are:
Knit,"Coats, Sweaters
and Jackets

1

h-

'F
ri

1' WjJ4a ~

Beautiful lot on clear lake just,
of Cavanaugh lake. One of the,
tiest lakes in southern Michigan,
boathing, boating, anO fishn.
banks, spring water. Price $6C
$10 dlown and $10 mouthy.

t West
pref-
good

46

F. Roy hloinies
113 S. MUan

16Jc;

University instructor leaving Ann Ar-
bor, will sell beautiful six roeom
hoase with good lot and garage.'
$7,500 and $1000, for quick sale. Call-
1432-W. 170c-3
BUSINESS OPPORTUIT
WANTED FO0U R-
TEEN MORE .MEN S
for summer work. If ,
at all interested in
mak~ing big money see me' at once.

LOST-Friday night on Observatory
Hill stone mrartin chocker. Reward.
",045-:f. 170p-2
LOST-Tortoise-rimmed glasses in or
near Marbruck Tea Shop Saturday.,
Call.2083-W. Rewvard. 170,1
LOST--Tana Delta Phi pin at, baseball
4gampe Friday. Finder please 1all
I2841-W. Reward. 170p-2
LOST--A mote-bcook hearing the name1
K. G. Prettie. Reward for return.
Call 1807-R. 170
14'[SCEJ1LANEODUS
ANN Aki3OR CUSTOM SHOE FAC-
TORY. Bring your repairs where
shoes are'made. Sport shoes made
t.o' order-one week service. We
specialize in attaching douible crepe
soles to your shoes at regular
prices. We manufacture all kinds
of shoes. Student agents wanted.
534 Forest avenue. Call 3043.
170c-12
MONEY TO' LOAN
Whaley Real Estate Co.
310, 1st National Bank Bldg.
170c j
YOU NEED BRUSHES!
The Fuller. Kind-oldest and best!
Call for our representative, and a free
brush. 1158-J. 161c-21
Lawn Mowers sharpened. Money back
guarantee. Call Larned Hardware,
310 . S. te St. Phone 1610.
165c-tf.
H01 USECLEANiNG
WE~ make your (louse clean' without
paint. We do both interior and ex-
terior wa~yhing. City House Clean-
ing Cc. Phone 1995-3. 152c0
EXPERTS on washing windows at
reasonlable prices. City Window
Cileaning Co. Phone 1995J: 153c30
RTJGS SITAMPOOED or Dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet, Cleaning Works.
9Poe ro. --- 13 Sc-tf

Knickers and i'breeches, for al activities,
large~ assortment of materials for' ladies,
men.* Corduroy' and W:hipcord Short S
La dies' Knickers, $E9 P. ha. Wl'iite Dick,, N,
Linen and Khaki Trousers, Coverall;,etc., 4
JIMkllg Sifts, Wool Sos, olflose
giuig;' I'ltftees, Officers' [press and Army Sir
T.lexi is 4Efs , Waterproof and 1iogIw.
R~ocama nPach Shi fr e jdics and Hen. Ai
Shoes, $&95_ up.

0. D. Wool, Khaki and fineJ
of Underwear, Hosiery,

Poplin Army' Shirts, Pongee Dress and Sport Shirts, all Kin~ds
Golf H-'ose, $1'50 up. White Navy Hats, 7,5 cents.

TOP

BOATS

$4.75 up

Cravanettes, Whipcords, $15a and up, Rain Coats, $.0up,$Iickers

and P

H. J. Leader
Tel. 3221-J 622 E. Liberty
Across from Speddings.
1 67c-10
STUDENT SALESMEN
We have openings in Michilgan, In-
diana, Illinois, and' Kansas.' Will be,
glad to use you during vacation. Good
commission, contracts, big money sell-
ing our Health and Accident Policy to
Professional and. Busiiness nien. We
give you every assistan ce to success.
Address or call H. J. Moran.
1108 Packard St., City
Agency Supervisor
170-12
FOR SALE
FOR SAID..-Good building lots 01 1
~Whtmore Lake roadl, abutig thie
Blarton Hills disctrict. Will sell in
two acre lots. Inquire J. W. Dwyer,
508 First National Bank Bldg.
1.68-4
FOR, SALE-Eastian 3a Autograph~ic
Folding Pocket Kodak. Post-ca.rd
.size. Leather carrying cse. 15.
Call at Daily Office. '174p2
F~, SALE-Six room house thre
blocks south of' Campus. Price
$5300. Phone 866 or 307. Emer E.
Brooks. 1"

1923 May Festival 19 Now a Memory
Wouldn't you enjoy hearing the great art~s sing and play
the May 'Festival and the other beautiful music for you as often
as you wished?

TENTS"'

All kinds and sizes, Auto-Touro, Regulation Wall, Army Pyramid,
Mosquito, Shelter (or "Pup") and Children's Play Tents, $2.75 up.

There's one supreme way of making this possible.

A Vic-

tor Victrola and the Matchless Victor Artist Records will

bring the best music iinto your home.

C noe lnketsnushons, Auto
Roe.,.Atn yBlankets
Knapsacks, Barracks Bags, Cariteens, Mess Cans, Grills, Stoves, Serving Sets, "fold Medal
Camp Furniture," Cots, Stools, Tables, Folding Buckets, Marching Compasses, Scout
Axes, Picks, Shovels, 'Auto Tires, Army Trunks, etc.
Surplu s S upplies -,Store, 213 N. 4th Ave.
i Q t 1,r - " as few a-ew boc

See us for a Victrola.

Easy terms of payment.

I'-

Schaeberle & Soan Music House
110 S.:MAIN ST.

I

A

r' .!' ®.

'.w
,

FOR1.SALE-Fo~rd four-door sedani.
If you want to save some money
on a brand new car, call Patoni.
FOR SALE-Smith &' Wessen& .38 Cal-
il3fe Revolver, cheap. Mountjoy.
54~9 S Division. Tel. 2649-J.
168-4
FOR SALE-1916 Ford, good running
order. Cheap. Call 1324-J.
170-2

YOU GMT> 'PROMPT AND ACCURATE r
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are TYP~ED by EXPERTS at BID-'
Dl'RS BOOK STORE. 11 Nickels
Arcade. lllc-tfw
TYE WRITERSi
EXPERT Typewriter Repairing, all "
makes. Ann Arbor Typ~ewriter Esc- NW P
change. Phone 866. 9 Savings Bank ~NW O E"
Block. 123 c-tf
FLOWERS
For choice cut-Slowers and plants goj
to Geprg0 BISCEO4FF, 220 Chapin.;
St. Call' 809--. 106c-211
LUNCHES
1A REX Special Canoe Lunch will T N K

L'siv~e

Straw

Ha~ts-- 192~

FOR YOUR APPROVAL

r

R

& COMPANY

XYJA AN * AM AL

I

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan