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____ ____ ____THEMICHIGAN PAILY

Czarist Slays Diloat;
THIlS IOtesDe f- u
COLUMNf -~et a Le~ on
CLOSI

Daily "Classified",, Columns

CLAS SI
S9
'wf cents

a. at the !W''g ITEID
C, CNC,
SITUATION WVANTED-Cook (male,
colored, cooking school graduate)
FLD. wishes work in a fraternity where
i good cooking and economical man-
a, word agement would be appreciated. G.
Ini1um I W. Station A, 547, Champaign, 1ll.
in fl1n l

Intramural Items
(Continued from Page Six)}
winner of Jerome-Cranea match; W11I-1
koff, 732, vs. winner of Goldsmith-
Tarte match.
The Aill-campus tennis doubles tour-
nament is a little behind scheduled
time and it is necessary thiat the
matches listed belowr be played off
5 o'clock, this evening. Garbcr-Hicksf,
1324J; vs. We,7ntworth-Brusk e, 210GM;
Mcl~night-partn er, 1597A1, vs. Barnes-
dIriggs, 2733;: Jerome- Shaefer, 236,
vs. Zook-DunalKin, 63; Morris-Loose,
2451, vs. winner of Birks-Flowers,
1166, and Freedman-Van Ripps, 751W,
$inatch.
No postponements will be allowed
MATS. TUES., TH URS
DifliUM(ad ATURDWAY
14th1 Anw-raI Sensory NIGHTJ 25-$O-75-41
THE BONSTELLE ,O
in Rita johnson Your g's Br~lliant Comedly
"Ln i e NEXT MONDAY - S'31 ENTEEN"

TODAY IS "?4" DAY.

After

for any of the M~atches sclmedulerl
above and it is up to the indiviual
l yr to determine'whether or, not hie
wishes to remain in the tourname'uns
or not. All matches may be report-'
ed to the Intramural olffce, 22r)S;- -r
Harw ich, 2980A L
:1c;Koch nie-Alton won the All-cam-

puls

Ph: mar~n and playing fc
>_ i took: the Cygnzus into
ch.ampionship of the fra
I rhoe teamsi.

:ents per word
White space
five cents per
charged only

plae

eld- Diamnond Tires
128c t13
MOTM PICES. on gro-
'ierce's ad. in the Wed-
of The Daily. I 25c-tf
A- silk underwear and
percent discount. Jane
tps. 171c-5

169p-10
WANTED-To buy return trip tickets
from Californiia to Ann' Arbor at
end of school year. An opportun-
ity for some coupleIr going to save
some expense. Call Chas'. E. Gal-
lup, SO8. 16903
WANTED-Young man student, fond.
of boys and out-of-doors things, to
1spend summe..r up north as tutor
comypanion for- disadvantagcd }boy of
twelve . Addre~ss Box CHlS.I
171p-3
WANTED-Roomns to- accommodate
-club of about ten men,. also boards
ing privileges if possible. Call
Rtoe 1398-R between 7 and 10 p. mn.
171p
WANTED,-Apartment for family of
four. Take possession Sept. 1. !Call
Welch 1328. 170p-2
WANLTED-To ~buy second hand man-
dolin and refrigerator. Call 976-MI
170-2

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Ceitter, 1. Vorovsky, s'OTvlE, aIIin 0 act~or to HIow id h. -t1IPua))Te pirley dele-
Kate. shot to.- death. Photo01)taken at first 1,11sz.iiiie 1meet shows 3L.
ILtvliT onr hi .lft s id If.lo lIoe oilrIglIC
Tho Ruissin delegation at the Lausanne -peace- conference'-was almost
wiped out Nhen Maurice Conradi, Swiss but former, czarist officer, shot M.
Vorov-sky to death and, seriously wounded M. .Ahrens and: M. Dibulkowov-
ski. Slight lhope io held for the recovery of the later. The shooting occur-
redl in a Lausanne restaurant during the slipper hour.

Most of us eat
hastily and Ido
+heW our food enoi

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Follow
That Hunch
to the
BLU -GOLD
LUNCH
605 Church

If. people realized
how much more good
- their food would do
them If properly
masated, and followed up
with a -bit of WRIGLEY'S to
assist the digestive process,
we'd have far better health,

iful lot on Clear Lake just west
anaugh lake. One of the pret-
te ini southern Michigan, good
;boating, and, fishing. High~
spring mater. Price $600i.00.
nn and $10 monthy.
F. Roy Hlmbes
113 S. Main
169c -3
Is ai beautiful home on Chu<rch)
has nine rooms, a large lot;,
,arage . Only $15,000. We have
-nice home on H~ill St., the lot
A. Let us show you these pro-
We make a specialty of loan-

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WANTED-Laundry to do at home;'
dresses and fine work preferred.
P~hone 25032-WV. 170-6
WANTED-Fa.mily washing, =soft wa-
ter, dried out-doors. Phone 3105-M.
174-3
ter and for summer. Arcade Cafe-
teria, Nickels Arcade. 170p-3
BUSINESS" OPORTUNITY
WANTEPFD TWEL-. '-
TVE MORE MEN~
for summer Work. if
at all interested in f
mnaking big mioney see me at once.

ACKQOFASONiS HALTS
WERKON__FIELHUS
lAY 1NOT IBE FlNlSIllE1D IIT l'+
FOR O(WCUPANCY INEXT
FALL
Work oan the Yost Fold house h;~js
been dela, yvd dure to a shortage of'
brick reasons and unless the situra-
tion can beo remedied at once it is fcar-r
-ed that the new ath1letic plant will
not be ready for ()-cnpancy at the;
opening of the football season next
f-111.
At iLhe present time there are only'
three masons. working on. the house. a
It is expected that 15 more wilt be
avail able today with the completion of
th, bricking and stone work on tine,
liew Engineering building, but if the j
field house is to be completed by Oct.'
1, the contracted time, it will take aa
fdrce of 40 Mick reasons working ev- 1
cry day from Jutne 1, until that timep toj
accompith.it.

.The H-. G. Christman company, con-j
tractors for the building, have writ- *
tonl. to inwn all over this part of the
c ountry in the hope of securing them
for this wvorki.but dlue to the present
building boom none are obtainable.
More than 500 letters wer'e sent out
yesterday,, by the Athletic association
to "M" .'len living within 500 m.let,
of Ann A rbor asking them to get in
touch ith: any brick masons who
,:° ight be induced to come to Ann Ar-
boy' . to wRork on the jobt during thr_
summnlner,
Suntun? 'er S:si4 I ilati ew Courses
Cours;,i :i historical 0-eology, 1a1Uc
Olrganic Eivolution will be cdndulcte(
duning the :;lillriej' Session of t('16
Unlaverstty t.his; year for the fiht tirae
Two hour,:s of credit will ho egi ven foi
each course. Mr. R. C. IHussey of th.
geology diepartment will heave charge
of both courses.
u~tti tet t £o fq1: te~1' eriiis,41
The contract for the build;ing; of tl-
men's dormitory has been let aid
worm will be started on--Ju a 1.
Today -is "AW" Day.

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haley Real Estate Exclnge~
First INat'i Bank lBldg.
Phone 1821F2
169-21
:)D HOME AND INVESTMENT, 2
lily fiat, 5 room seachm, new and{
ern. Good location, South East
,ampus. Can be bought on easy
ns Mrs. Gustine, First National
I, Phone 835E-i and 2738. 171c
rsity instructor leaving Ann Ar-
will sell- beautiful _six~ room
se Withl good lot and garage.
00 and $1000 for quick sale. Cail!
-W. 170c-3
,FOR tSALE
SALE-Good building lots on
itmore Lake road, abutting the
oni Hills disetrict. Will sell in
acme lots. Inquire J. W. Dwyer,
First National Bank Bldg.-
168-4
SALE-Eastman 3a Autographic
ing Pocket Kodak. Post-card
*Leather carrying case. $15.
at Daily Office. 170p2f
SALEf-Ford four-door sedan.
ou want to save somnenmoney
ibrand new car, call Paton.
-W 170-tf
SALE-1916 Ford, good running
,r Cheap. Call 1.24-J.
170-2
SALE-Bicycle in good condi-
Call 3107-M. 2554 State St.,
e. 171,
FOR RENT
EENT-Five or six room house,
ished, for summer, beginning
e15 or Juy 1.- Terms very rea-
ble. 1004 Forest. Phone
-R. - 170p-2f.
RENT-Two light housek~eeping
ns, furnished, modern, use of
trioi washer, etc. 514 N. State
Phone 342. 171-2
TO RENT-Five steam heated
ns in modern home,- furnished
housekeeping for adults. Box
;, 1 71p-3
.{ENFT-.Single room for balance
gear or summe~r school. 1127
rch.l71p
RENT-Furishbed six room
e for summer. 423 Cross St.
ie 2990-11.- 17l1:-2

AND BE SATISFIED.
Y/ Yr E4R '?II)N'Z 111

Wax.
Wrapped.
and sealed
to brimg it
to you
fresh and
fall.
flawored

Keep teeth clean,
sweet, appetite ken n
ti n, good with WRP'
WftIGLEY'S Is the pert
made' of purest materli
In modern, sanitary
factories.
SThe Flavor

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H. J. 'Leader
Tel. 32214J 22 E. Liberty
Across from Speddlings.
1 67c-10
STUD _,'NT SALESMEN)
Iva have opeilngs in Michigan, In-,
lia~na, Illipols, and I 4ngas. -,Will be
glad to ulse you du"ring vacation. Good
commission, contracts, big money sell-
ing our H{ealth and Accident Policy to
Professional and Business men. We
give you every assistance ~o. success.
Address or call H. ,3. Moran.
, 1108 Packard St., City
Agency Supervisor
170-12
WVE will hire TEN more, STUDENTS
for the SUMMER. Wages 75c to $1
-an hour. Outside work. Apply at
G13 Packard "St. '7-10 p. in.
171c-3
LOST
LO.ST--Dark gray raincoat. Lost in
first base bleachers Friday.' Re-
ward. Call J. D. Scott. 2042-J.
-170-2
LOST-Stone marten chioker, Wednes-
dlay night between Hill auditorium
and Lincoln Ave. Reward.
% 1'71p-2
LOST-Friday night' on Observatory.
Hill stone martin chocker. Reward.
3045-J. 1741-2
LOST-Tau Delta Phi pin at baseball
game Friday. Finder please call
2501-W. Reward. 170p-2
MISCELLANEOUS
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE FAC-
TORY. Bring your repairs where
shoes are made. Sport shoes made
to order-one week service. We
specialize in attaching double crepe
soles to your shoes at regular
prices. We manufacture all kinds
of shoes. Student. agents wanted.
534 Forest avenue. Call 3043.
170c-12
Lawn Mowers sharpened. Money back
guarantee. Call Lamned Hardware,
310 S. 'State' St. Phone 1610.
165c-tt.
- HOUSEULEAXimd
WE make your house clean without
paint. We do both interior and ex-
tenior washing. City House Cleam-
ing- Ce. Phone 1995-J. 152c30
EXPERTS on washing windows at
_reasonable' prices. City. Window
Cleaning: Co. Phone 1995-J. 153c30
RUGS SHAMPOOED or Dust cleanedl.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.' 135c-tf
LOCKSITH[S
All kinds of trunk and door keys.
Lawnmowers sharpened. 1136 W.

Save the

The Great
American
Sweetmeat'

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Distinctive Novelty Textures. in

Hundreds of Miles of Welded Pipe Line

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Kuppdll~heifflor

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Suiitrs

A striking example of the rtremen-
dous growth of the oxy-acetylene
process in all phases of industry is the.
adoption" of the gas welded joint in
pipe lines by many of the large nat-'
ural gas and oil companies. Hundreds
of miles of welded pipe line are used
daily with complete satisfaction.
Linde Service Engineers. working;
with Linde users have played an im-
portant part in establishing standard
practices for welding, jpints on 411
kinds of piping.' The" result, of this
practical experience in the develop-.
ment of gas welded pipe joints is
placed within convenient reach of
every Linde user through Linde
Service.
Linde Service goes beyond the mere

supplying of its products through its
thirty-one producing plants and fifty-
eight warehouses. It includes a care-
fully- planned method of bringing
engineering advice and assistance into
close touch in the 'field with the indi-
vidual user's problems and needs.
Linde offers its patrons every facil-
ity and service in the use of Linde
]Products.
This policy and the growing de-
mand for Linde prodiucts and service
require the highest type of personn~el
in manufacture, sales, engineering,
research and other activities, and
offer more than the u~sual opportuni-
ties to young men who are seeking a
field where ability and hard work will
bring rewards.

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'rd~ roadster, 1918 motor,
,n, rear end, completely
'23 license, new tires.
R. 171-21
bguys a~t the right prices.
in your auto. Staebler
S. Ashley. 169c3
or-Aff A TTA A OTT A fPIW

U NIQUE weaves, and patterns, crocety diagonals,, cross-hatch her-
ringbones, shadow overplaids, and countless other exclusive ideas
in new Spring suits for men and young men. All handsomely fin-
ished in a variety of new style conceptions, now 'on display.

THE LINDE :AIR PRODUCTS COMPANY
General Office:
Carbide and Carbon Building, 30 East 42d St., New York City
The Largest Pro~iucer of Oxygen in the World
District Sales Offices:

Allen's Feature Values-25--$30--$35

TS at B~ID-

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