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THE :MICHIGAN DAILY

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LASSIF-IE
ADVERTISING

THWS
COLUMN ,
CLOStS
IAT 3P.M.

DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, 11c per
reading line for three tur more insertions. White space icbarged for at same
rates. Clas5Sfeds charged only to those having phones. Ask about 'c ntracts
for classif ed advertising. s
10c per reading lne for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for
thrlee or more ins&ertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion,
Classifi'-d Colujon Close~s at IL o'Clock lNoon, Saturday.
"n;mmk'-thf.Ad -Taker"'

FOR IET
VERY LARGE room upstairs, suit-
able for 2 or 3,- also large room
downstairs. 3414 S. Division, corner.-
of Williams.
A )OIl3LE ROOM for two boys. Three
dollars each. 722 E. Kingsley,
phione 519-R.
SINGLE ROOM for graduate students
or business women. $5.00 per Week.
Phone 2970-W. Ralph T. Swezey,
509 Thompson St.
ATTIZACTIVE7, SINGLE, doubles, and
suites reasonable. One short blo--k
from campus. Call 699-W, before 2
p. m. or 3259-J evenings.
FOT 2, 3, or 4, students, suite of 3
rooms, 1-2 block from Union. Callr
210 6.I
FOR SALE
FORD, MODEL 1918 touring. In good
repair, good tires. The first Sixty
dollars takes it. Phone 2522-M.
WE HAVE BI3G sacrifices on a few
rockers, strazightbacks, tables and -
chiffoniers. From 10 a. in. until
sold. Sat. mnorning.: Mar'. 1st.
Acacia Fraternity. 387 Thompson
St.1
VEGA TENOR BanJo. Brand new."
'Call Barth. 2220.
TEN ROOMIlT OUSE~ north of dill
auditorium, only $9,000. Call 617.
DRAWING INSTRUM YIE ST. $22.50
set, used two months. Bargain.
Barth 2220.
ONE MARTIN MANDOLIN, excellent
condition. Sacrifice .Call Hoffman,
. 8104.
T OST
RFNWARD) OFERED for wallet lost
Feb. 23rd, belonging to Russell Mar-.
ston. Detroit. Call 409-11.
A PAIR OF shelled rim glasses with-
out cas-e, near Haven -st. Reward.
Call 2758-..

WANTED AELP
- ' THE
I 4 NORTH
RIDGE
B4rush Co. has a most attractive ofer
to maker to students desiring to make
'real money thi's summer vacation.
Try ouir Spring Vacation approval,
trip and be convinced.
For particulars phone 233-J.
L. B. Abbott B~ J. Chick
1= iyfe Open at :3.36 S. Division St.'
STUDENTS NOW is the time to. sell
the De' Luxe Laundry Container
at fraternity houses and make $10
and $15 per week before your vaca-
the lDe Luxe Laundry Containier
was designed by a postal clerk-and
meets every requirement. It is the
most practical, sanitary and econ-
omical case made. Splendid pro-
1lposition, make your extra money
.now. Address De Luxe Mfg. Co.,
Sta. F. Box 1, Toledo, 0.
BE A NEWSPAPER Correspondent
<with the Heacock Plan and. earn a
good income while learning; we
show you how; begin *ctual work at
once; all or ;spare time;: experience
unnecessary; no canvassing; send
for particulars. Newswriters Train-
ing Bureau, Buffalo, N. Y.
GROCERIES
COLLEGE GROCERY, 516 E. Will-
iams. A full line of groceries.
Open Sundays and evenings.
Specials
Three doz. eggs..... ..$1.00
Sweet Florida oranges, (extra
large).....65c a peck
WNatchi for our Sat. and Wed. specials
Xeinman-Gelsendorfer Co.
Phone 1500.
REAL 4ESTA~T
Six Roomns, Southeast.

WOMEN'S SHOT"PE
$2..tetor t
R.y e Prannlyb
TEETRU-CSTETCRSERVICEP
224 N iercad
RemoedAPoinentlonly
"Phone .1167-FR.
:' ST QPA1'J'I CP1HYSIAI S
DR. W. S. MILLS
Ostet patlc Physician
1616 First Nat'l Iank Bldg.
,Phone, 321 F-I. .
lfST<C&L
VICTOR RECtORDS of th~e Crest Art-
ists and all- the latest popular rec-
ords onf sale,. Complete stock at
{Schaeberle and Sons. 110 S. Main
St.
FOUN"yTAIN'PEN~S
A N4AT job, of Gold Leaf embossing
on your Fountain. Pen. 25 cents at
RID3ER'S PENT SHOP
302. State ,St
TYPE'WR~ITI'NG,
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
iOliver typewriters,' Sundstrand add-
Ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons.
cushion,,keys, type cleaners anid sup-
Splies. M~achines rented.
ANN ARBOR .T1iPEWRIT.AR
EXCHANGE Phone 866, downtown:
"516 E~. Williams.-
WSCELLANEOUS
S1ILTSL

Which cou1d not be had during the past week,

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HAS BEEN RECEIVED at

, Senator Prepares
ToP i aeOil tQuizl

'~ A R'S NIVERSI TY
'Wpla e illt Be Assails Prohibition lBureau2 ICars Colde
Aipa eSenator Edwards,. Democrat, Newv Two cars collided at thecon
Exhibited At '"air Jersey,. assailed the prohibition bur-; Hill and State str'eet Thursday a
eau in, an address dealing with the! 8:,1 o'clocNj. A woman drivin,
As tae result of a donation~ by R shooting of Senator Greene, of Ver- Buick roadster down State street
R aer, '25E, and Mvilton Wiguind, 'ofmont, and was answered by Senator edF to notice~' the approach of at
Grand Rapids, a $15,000 mahogaguy fly- Wils1eulcn ho n tes ing car traveling east on Hill st
ing boat will be exhibited mi the Lin- "Each car escaped with a bent
ion Fair by the Aeronautics)l'society Boy A M1eal Ticket !der.

THA iT TewEXT BOOK-

and will then be put on exhibition. in

Davis Elkins
No 'cognizeance of the statement of E
Senator Davis Elkins, of West Virgin-
ia, that he has had transactions in
Sinclair oil stock, was taken by the
senate committee investigating the oil
scandal, but he may be called, before
the body to testify later. His State-
ment followed announcement that an
unnamed senator appeared in the rec-
ords .of J. P. Benchard & Co., New
York brokerage firm. Senator Elkins
said his dealings were much smaller
than those in several other companies,
and that he was ready to face the comn-
mittee.-
PANTS TO MATCH your, coat and
vest. Chas. Doukas, 901 N. Univer-
sity.
PHOTOGRAPHIC printer, post c ard
size to rent for few days. Call 511-
Berstein, 1104.
.DANCING
DANCING-Woodman Hall Sat. Nite.

thie aeronautical enginleering; depart IIIt11l1IHIltltllt111iflIt11t I iIII f 411111111111v
ment, it gas announced yesterday by
Prof. F. W. Pawbw~ski of that de-
partment.
unerpln has beef donated :to theMik An I vt e t
unierityl~ th~amen, who built Stm
the mnachinr., and Wbc have 'been en .6
gaged in :aeronaufiral work in Granc'S'1eT I-v ~r~i-
Rapids for the past few years. ItIE In1 ±JL.L..LCL l.LsJ,
will be used for a -mvodel by hrm'n whc 1
are taking :it, airp'ane des'.g.Ai nd~er 1
Professor.Pawlo vski.
The boat. is of blulane type and canS 5c BUYS FOOD FOR A DAY FAR. A HUNJGRY
-carry. two passengers. It has a wing
::pan of 60 feet and a length ofl 25,
feet, with dual control for operation;= UNIVERSITY STUDENT.
from both ns a s, with a cut-off so th.,v I
the pilot mt.ay stop the pupil if, anl;
emergency arises. It is of "the "Dep' °
or' Depardusen type. tTHE STUDENT FRIE~NDSIP f N)
The eight cylinder, motor is cap-
able of developing..150.horse. power
With -a maximum speed of mopre: than I11II1I1Iltl11IIl11Ilt1II1111ltit1 tIfIMI IIIIIIIfIfII
' 75 miles, per hour. The boat is now______________________________
in a dismantled condition In the :old I~________________________________
field house, but will be mounted so~m
time. before the, Fair. No flights ir-
contemplated by the University in I Y ER B I~ ~ S
the boat bowever; it will be used en- ( IjB OS
tirely for classroom study. FOR
Buy A 'eaWW 'icket ; fraternities, Sororities, Dormatories

i"uu n. " .u . .e"u .__,"_______ r.i"Y Yl......... l........R{.......... ,....uli !!' . eafst
- DON'T JUMP at conclusions ! This
Y' ' is not merely a new model of an ordi-
4; nary portable typewriter that 'I'm tell-
r ing you abiout; it's an entirely new.
machine, manufactured by a company-
- wh-ich ma nufactures inothing else. -
- ~, -~A.C.TIMSON- -
Typewrittkrs Supplies Meprftg
P'hone 340 . { . tt t
J-. tt.. R~.F}R "",R ..............,. . #F..k... ____.._".."_,"...f _____________________________of _____________________

FOR BETTER PRINTING AT LOWER
RATES,, SEE US

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4DROP "~PP 3AATf)
,SEE us,
Q1ber Arcade 2Theatre.

qIr-A Btte/i~jesp

KE~YS IN B~LACK( leather case
Twielfth st. Call ,1170-.

on

14OTTOV1 lTARTOFWAIILU Iountain
pen on DMlaynardi or State St. P honej1
A PTNCH of kys inthe general li--
brary. Return to 802 Monroe or call
1547-R.-
FOUND
WXVOIMEN NOTICE-If the person who!,
lota grey fur choker on the Campus
last night will please call 3003-i
after 12,A. M. today and ask for
Jimaniohnson, he will see that thel
fur is restored to her.
MASONIC RING. Will the owner
please call 1802-M. Owner should
pay for this insertion.
WANTED
A HOUSE to, lease suitable for a fra-
ternity. 3 Karl Malcolm. 1713-M.I
LOCAL FRATERNITIES or unorgan-
izetl homogeneous non-Isectarian
grou.ps interested in joining, influ-
ential national Greek letter frater-
nity with very highest ideals write
at once to% box . D. DD. care of
Da ily.

The best we have seen' for
Inquire for details.-
17 Sav. Bak Bldg. Ph.
BtsinQ s Itan b~h.
Less thaii-oi-q 'blofick from-
Kestl~lsins Vlocaton n ity
508O First Nat'l Bank1
TTI' -WRITER 'REPAT]
TYPEWRITING and MIME{
promptly and neatlyc
Theses, students notes anm
work a specialty.
0. D. MORRILL
The Typewriter & Statione
17 Nickels' Arcade

the price.

Saturday only w
.F T 1EL 2.0 Shirts -.... .$1.65; 2 for $3.00
441'-F1. '$2.50 Shirts- .::.. .. $1.85; '2i for $3.50'
""-A $3.00 Shirts....... $2.15;'-2 for $4.00
Stat~e St. $3.50 Shirts.......$2.85; 2 for .$5.50
1campus. $4.Q Shirts.......$3.15; 2 for. $6.00
Call on $5.00 Shirts ...: 85; .2 for $47.50
Bl~g.An, unequaled one-dlay ,bargaina on

'OGRAPHJI
done. -
d college
ery Store

F. W.,Gross 1ill II~EtI11I1111111ii1i
309 5. Mai Street =
IN EAST section near ,Iill Street. AA Sp ca Sh
large living r ogpm ,:with beautiful , ate
fire place, dining room, kitchen, ater
butler's pabtry. Four bed rooms and w
bath on second floor.-. One bed room ; S ot as l
and attic on third floor,. EntireSp rsH tFo
house very bright and'.sunny. Mod-
ern through out. Lot .66x200. Gar~- _
age. Fine shade "and fruit. Price FIPUJYLd1jR'
$16,000 with terms. Phone i114-R. -285llt
Rinsey & H.elber, 413 'E." Liberty st. q2,-.'~

wivng of Lovely
rn Hats

,~COM1I C
P*INAFORE.OPR
HIGH SCHOOL. MUSICAL CUBS-
SCHOOL OF MUSIC SO~LOISTS
Ch1orus-70 Voices Orchestra -20,Piece
FINE COSTUYMES -AND SCENERY -
tWHITNEY THEATRE
Friday, February 29, 8:15 P. M.o t--
Saturday, March 1, 8:15 P. M.
E'veningd Prices ! $1.50, .$1.00, 75c" 5kc
SatudyMtne 10,7c O
UES R'VED SkAT SALE N'OW VAT THEATRE BOX OFFICE~

I A TYPEWRITERS
of the best standard makes $15.00 up.
Easy terms If desired. Renting,
cleaning and repairing at specialty.
Largest stock in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MOR.RILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona type-
writers. Typewriters supplies, Rutb-
ber stamps, Rubber key caps, ribbons,
carbon paper, etc.

avers, Veingveils
AND -HINT
MIain Street

£fl~t~IYou'll neVer 1'o ' et
'GARICK Yte oSelwyn Pro ac-
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THE
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I If You See It!
Tou'll Never Forgive Yourself
If You Don't!

Whitn'ey'TheatreTEES M ar.S
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4ew York, Cd,'no Theotre, - I/f T-SAA 51
AIRTIUR,: I tMMEk2STEHN'S
'Musica5l uccess'
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