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THIS
COLUIMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

s are at the
e, ,C12, DMI,

CLASSIFTID..

Classified Rates. Twos cents at word
a day, paid ini advance. Minnimum
charge for first day, 25c., Minnium
thereafter', 20c. Thre~e cents per word
per day if charged. Whit _ space,
charged for at rate. of five cents per
agate line. Classifieds, charged only
to towse having phones.
iPhone, 864
NOTICE
DON'T FORGET
Smith Tire Repair
Oldest .and,.most reliable place
to buy tires.
Kelly Springaeld ialmond Tires
Dance at Jim Buke's Whitmore Lake
Dancing Pavilion,. Every Friday and,
Saturday night. Also Decoration
Night. 172-51
Touring to New York City~ between1i
now and June .42, in Olds Eighit
Room for five students. $25 each.
Box'BO. 176p-3
FOR, ROCK BOTTOM PICES on gr'o-
ceries, see Pierce's ad in the 'Wed-.
nesda.y Issue of The Daily. ,e125c-tr

ATTENTION SUMMER W AORK: This
is a, record breaking year in jDetrolt
R eal Estate. Energetic, intelligent
workers are earning $tOO per weoek
and mnore selling on four of the flin-
est sub-divisions 9ll WITHIN THE
City of Detroit. We are prepared to
place on the market immediately a
FIVE MILLION DOLLAR tract of
H4IGH- CLASS property and we wrant
a few serious, willing ,wide-awalke-
mnen to begin selling./
We give special attention to INEX-
PERIENCED MEN; we place therm
with the BEST MANAGERS TO BEIAnh eltaiwthpoecs
work with them and ASSIST them.
in CLOSING deals.
Our salesmen are not confined to
cone part of the city or to 'one class
of property.
OPPORTUNITY IS knocking at
your door; come in and see Mr. Ken-
drick or Mir. Gerard and be con-
vinced.
McGiverin-IHaldcman Company,
40:3-7 Empire Bldg.,
107" Clifford St., Detroit, Mich,
E ~176-51

PREP NIT MEN MEET
IN TOUREYD THURfDl
Strong1-competition is expected :when
hh school tennis players meet: in
Fthe annual Michigan interschiolastic
tennis tournament to be held here
Thursday, .Firiday, and Saturday, on
Ferry field. Entries are pouring in
from most of the high schools of Mich-
igan which boast star netmen and sev-
eral schools from outside of the state.
Detroit schools will 'be represented
by strong teams and are expected o
produce the chamnpionship combina-
tion!. Briederman of Detroit South-
easitern and George Lott, national Jun-
ior clay court champion,. are among
those from the "Auto City" who will
make strong bids for the champion-1
ships; Jerome of Detroit Eastern, andf
Zeman of Central, are two, other Dae-1
troit players who are. expefztod to
shine,
Milford Agricultural school, Rayonj
high scool of Young,,stown, 0.,, and
South high school of Cleveland , also
boast strong aggregations.
GIR ,S' C1J'EE CiLLTBELECTS I
OFFICER1S "AT FINAL MIEETIWTG
At the final meeting for the year of
the University Girl's Gloe club, of t-1
ccr: for the. coming year, were elected
as follows : prescden,., Dorothy Lane,
'24; vice-president, l1-iclenBrow,.,, '25;
secretary, Dorothy Westjpial, '24;
treasurer,, Loraine Price, '24; pran-
ager, Charlotte Blagdonl, '25; a _ditor,
'Statira Butinan, '24; librarian, Es-
ther Mahaffy, '25.
Conitribute $75 to )1iehigiiin Lealgue
Betsy Barbour house will contribute
$75 more to' the Michig^an Leaguel
.building fund, as the result of theI
fashion show given through the cour-
tesy of the J:'L. Hudson complany, of
Detroit, Constance B~aldwin, '23, man-
aged the enterprise.
Classified-Con't.
11 TSiEULEAN lNG U
'4W7E iiake your house' clean without
.paint. We, do both: interior and ex-
tenior.a liing. City House Clean-'
lug Cc, Phone 1995-J, 152c0
EXPERTS A bn washing windows at
reasonable prices. City Windlow
Cleaning, Co. Phone 1995-J. 153c301
RUGS SHIAMPOOER or Dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 56. 135c-tf
k REX' Special Canoe' Lunch will
make her wvant to go again. Rex's
Club lunch. 154c-tf
MISCELLANEOUS

College To Honor
Aged Pofessor
S .a-
ti
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Intram ural Items MembOers of Pros. L K ,chscas
-sin Shakespearian reading' weill pre.
Puring a recent m~eeting of the ini- sent scones from ih ' and fronit
tramural officials, Eln er D). Mitchell, ---
dizrector of intramural athletics, an -____________________
nounced that hie had appointed Rober'
Young, '24, and Hal (elsner, '24, toy
serve as intramural mngesfo"I' the
year 1923-24.
Two managers were appointed for
next year instead of on^ because t~ie
volume of the Intramural depart-
mernt's work° has increcased so much q
during the last year that the posi- LOIS vv 1.~IN
tion's duties wecre too much for one
student to handle. D c A
At the same meeting the assistant
m anger" appointm ents for the year__________________________________________
1923-24 wvere announced : They are1
as follows: H. McCobb, '25, speed-,D~'D
ball; G. Weitzel, '25, baseball; I. Hur- 1LA-1X i
wich, '25, track; L. Lally, '25, has-
ketball; A. Goetz, '25; fall minor - 1]i
.,hrts; P. Jeromec, '25, winter minor
sports; A. Wilkoff, '25E, spring min- 'I6CPLUN
or sports; W. l B. afferty, '25, pub-
licity.
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The Lytton College Shop is a Separate Shop Dervoted exclusively
to the Interests of Well Dressed College Men

ITUATION WANTED-Cook (male.
colored,, cooking school gradutate)
wishes work in a fraternity where
good cooking. and economical man-
agement would. be appreciated. G.
W. Station A, 547, Champaign, TlH.
169p-10
VANTED-lPair of tan riding or cav-
alry boots; sinze 8 1-2. or 9. Call.
0. G. Andrews shoe repair shop,
State St. 1 76p-2

ORDINARY INTELLIG]ENCIH, PLUS
ORDINARY PERSONALITY, AND
HARD WORK WILL MAKE YOU.R
SUMMER A SUJCCESSFUJL ONE
FINANCIALL4Y. WE HAVE TRAIN-
ED MANY SUCCESSFUL SALEiS-
MEN.. WORK THIS SUMMER FOR
A CONCERN THAT KNOWS HOW
TO GET RESULTS. A COMMIS-
SION PROPOSIIO N WITH A
WEEKLY GUARANTEE. BOX H
CE, MICHIGAN DAILY.
174c-7
STUDENT SALESMEN
We have openings in Michigan, In-
diana, Illinois, and Kansas. Will be
glad to uise you during vacation. Goedh
commission, contracts, big money sell-
ing our I-ealth and Accident Iolicy to
Professional and Business men. W1e
give you every assistance to success,.
Address; or call H. J. Moran.
1108 Packard St., Citr~
Agency Supervisor
170-12
WE will hire two more STUDENTS
for SUMMER wort as assistants to.
{Drofessional salesman. New terri-
tory. Choice of salary or commis-
sion.. No previous experience nec-
essary. Call at '613 PACKARD,
Tues., Wed., Fri:, 7-8:30 p., m.
176c-3
FOIL SALE

WVANTED-For next year.; Single
room in quiet house near north side
of campuss. Box GTH. 176p-2

Dr. Jonias 0. ote~tein
Dr. Jonas 0. Notestein,, for half a
century professor of Latin at the Col-
lege of Wooster, Wooster, 0., will be
honored by faculty, alumni~ and stu-
dents at ,the 53rd annual commence-
ment ceremonies of the college in
June. The occasion will altso mark
the 50th anniversary of his graduation
from the College of . Wooster. Dr.
INotesteia's research in the origin of
languages has won him recognition
bothabroad' and in this country and,
has been a factor, in the -advancement
of that science. lie has announced his
intention of beginning his 51st year of;
teaching service with the college next '
fall.
Americans Make Experimental Trip
M4oscow, May 29.-- (By A.P. ) -Three
1Americans.;are. among passengers un-
dertaking an experimental trip inaug-
urating one of the world's longest;
commercial lines from Moscow to Tis-
lis 2,000 miles. They' are Walter Am-
brose, of Baltimore; E. W. McCaffrey,I
of, Cambridge, Mas. Randall Swain,
of. Painesville, Ohio.. All of them are
connected with the Near .East relief.I
They were at Moscow on vacation and
are returning to duties.t

4WANTED-t'Laundry
j dresses and fine-
IPhone 2532-W.

to do
work

at home:
preferred.
176-5f

WANTED--Cook. for boarding houxse
b~eginning June 20. Give references;
.Phone 1456-W. 176-2
WANTED" Wardrobe- trunk. Price
must be reasonable. Call 1855.
f 176-2
b FOR IRENT
FOR REN'T-2ior summer school and
Snext fall: Very desirable 3-room&
suite, private bath, first floor, separ-
ate outside entrance,~ one half block
from campus. Suitable fo~r two
faculty men or man . and wife. CallI
-Barrett 3015. 1771
fFOR RENT-Two lig~ht' house keep-
i ng rooms, very comfortablly fur-c
nished, use of electric washer, rent
-reasonable, 514k N. State, Phone
SAVAILABLE AT ONCE-Several de-
sirable roomls, newly decorated,
close in; also garage. 518 Pack-
ard. 1741-3
SFOR RENT-Attractive, newly furn-
!- shed 3-room apartment for summer
months. Call 2695i-W..
176=2

F~O'R SALlP-$050. 3A Graflex, in 4'r"
feet working 'condition for $830. Oujr
guarantee- goes with it. Calkins
Fletchier' Drug Co. State St.
175c-3
FOR SALE-Bosch and Loinb com-
pound microscope 7.5 eyepiece, 4.
and 16 mmi. leas. Excellent condi-
tion. Mir.,-Ferman, 500 Packard,
2445-W.. 1 77p-3
FOR SALE-4.;5 Plate and film cam-
era, convertible lens, double exten-
sion. .30 Luger. pistol, .303 Ross.
Prices love. Wagar, 321 S. Division
St 1324-J. M7p-2
Pullman day bed, kitchen table, din-
in&. table, bridge lamp, cot, book-
shelves, bed,, springs, mattress,;
small table. Phone 1755-R.
176.p-2.
FOR SALE-Ford four-door sedan.
If you want to save some money
on a brand new car, call Paton.
2951-W. 170-tf
FOR SALE-$50 takes my Ford road-]
ster. Tires good. Motor A-i. Phone
r2440. 7-10 p. m. 176p-2

Lacwn Mowers sharpened.. Money back
guarantee. Call Larned Hardware,
310 S. State St. Phone 1610.
lG5c-tf.
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SITOE FAC-
TOR *Y. Bring your repairs where
shoes> are made.. Sport. shoes made
to order2-one week service. We
specialize in attaching double crepe
soles to your shoes at regular
prices. We manufacture all k"inds I
of shoes. Student agents wanted.,
534 Forest avenue. Call. 3043,.
l70c -12
M1ALIE iELP WANTED
WANTED-'Several students wIhoce-I
sire work during summer vacation.
With some factory experience lire-
ferred. Apply at Economy BalerI
Co., N. Main St., Ann Arbor.

....- A N D -
RESERYATOQN
will be madec by a Repre- :
sentative of
~WAJKE & TW AU
Located at
- EI ICH AN UNION
JUTN 17 rriiAND 61,11
11 A. M. TO 8 P. M.

After, Exams, Drop In and.Se the
New Things for Summer
XOU mene who dress in the collegiate manner will
~Lwant a lighter suit for, real Summer comfort, a
sport shoe. for tennis, or, at least, a few polo shir~ts.
A 'visit to. the College Shap will authoritatively ixn-
for o of what is being worn for Summer. Assort-
ments are wide and assembled with consideration to
moderate expenditures. Burchield wilt. be here all
Summner to help you select.
A Convenient Shop in a Corner of O r Sccon4 Floor

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FOR RENT-'Three furnished ight,
housekeeping roonms. 1025 Vaughn.
St. Phone 2418-W.
176-21
APARTMENTS-And light house-
keeping rooms within two blocks
of campus. Ralph T. Swez.ey, 3184.
177p
FOR RENT-+Housekeeping '3-room
suite and 2-room suite, for summer.
1340 Volland St. Phone 1879-W.
° 1771)-2
FOR RENT-Furnished~ 6-room house
with sleeping porch, near campus.
Call 2947-R. 176p-2
FOR RENT-Garage on Church St.
near Campus. Immediate posses-
sion. Call 2947-R. 176p)-2

Largest Fine Clothing Store in the World--STATE at'JACKSON, Chicago

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FOR SALE-Old Town Canoe in first
class 'condition. Call Schmitz,
1762-W'V. 177p
FOR SALE-.~Whte reed baby stroller,
in good condition, with top. $1~2.'
FOR SALE-Ford roadster in good
running order. $65. Phone 2464-J1.
177p

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FRQ~ SALE-Gibson guitar. In spljen-'
did shape. Call 2271-3. 177p

RENT-Rooms, quiet
ichers preferred. 210
'7J. After 5 P. nm.

and clean.
N. IngaliB,
177p-2

FOR RENT-Two light housekeeping
rooms, June 15. 62-0 E. Liberty St.
177p
FOR RENT-Modarn u frnished six-
room house. Summer 'months or
longer. 624 S. Division. 177p
FOR RENT-Rooms&-for4men for sum-
mer school. 602 Cath~erne. Phone
Y959. 177p-3
Garage for' sumnmer.~ Cem~ent floor,
electric lights., 1340 Volland St.
Phone, 1579-W. - .177p-2 -
Don't Forget
Green's
Hurry, Hurry Up
D~ray and Baggage Li~ne
~Phone 31,30. 520 Detroit St;.
176p-31

LOST
LOST-A: Wahl silver fountain pen
between the ibrary and corner of
S. University and Church St., has
initials F. L. 'R. Finder call 2730.
177h
LOST-A marten collar neck-piece in
front of* College Inn on State street"
Saturday night. Liberal reward for
return to Michigan Daily. 176-3
LOST-Black rimmed glasses in gray
leather, case on Sunday night, May
27. Call 1958-W. 177p
LOST-Man's reconstructed ruby ring.
Reward. Call Taylor, 1142-M.
174p-4
- FOUN~D
F OUND-Lady's Ifountain pen, last
week near U Hall. Call. Crosby 18.
177p
LOQCK(SMITHS

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." Size Price
. 74808 I Vespri Sicilkimi-O tea Palermo!.Jose M rdomies 12 $1.75a
1572=1 Saku'itala-Overture, Pairt I..-Victor Symphdony Orchi. 12 1.25
.,Sakumtala-Overture, Part 2-. Vctor Symphony Orchi. ;
Ig 0The Music Lesson. (Io-Re-1311) .. The Dumcan Sisters 10 .75
. - Baby Sister, Blues.............The Dmic.a. Sisters-
.. 1J052 Who's Sorry Now?---Fox Trot Ori~t.:5, vlis ive 10 .7 i
a jAiaJKCS fli11540x 'Tro.......... A m>iaIh5ive =a
".1008:3 Little Rover-F"ox Trot .. . . ltentaflimial "iov. Oreli. 10 .75
Rtunnin' Wild-F1ox Trot .... Great 1 'jte Way Orel. a

Snaliec1s

We have. several styles that
are in a class by themselves--
Sand, ]beige, Gt ey and Coffee'
shades, priced from $8.50 to $10.00
with leather or composition soles
from $6.50 to $10"0 per pair.,

This stunrning style c
in a coffee- shade.
can also be worn ar
the ankle. Priced at

!

per pair.

r~b ..owHeel W
is urnusu ally attractive an~d decidedi
ent. The strap is fringed and fast
two but tons.

InThree ( BLACK SATIN and PATENT LEATHER $00
® _:1,.l~la~. .GREY CALF and BLACK .:::::::..... 95
~.VKIIIUIJI~LSAND CALF and BROWN...........50 p,

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