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THE MICHICAN DAILY

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AILY CLASSIFIED RATES
c per reading tine for one or two insertions, 11c per
more insertions. White space charged for at same
d only to those having phones. Ask about c.ntracts

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tlic per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for!
three or more ingertionB, cash.in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion.
Classifvd Colin, n Closes at 1; o'Clock Noon, Saturday.
",mmle-the-Ad Taker"
FCH SALE I TYPEWRITING and MIMEOGRAPH!
promptly and neatly done.
A SMALL $25.00 VICTROLA on your Theses, students notes and college
study desk for a little recreation is work a specialty.
just the thing. See Schaeberle & 0. D. MORRILL
Son, 110 S. Main St. The Typewriter & Stationery StoreT
17 Nickels' Arcade
THINKING OF buying a typewriter?
Why not a Remington Portable IISCELLANLOUS
from the authorized dealer? Black,RW
1809. OPPORTUNITY FOR TWO MEN. to
make good money in sjiare time and
LOST Saturday. Call 2230-J. between 6
- and 7 p. m. for appbintment. /
A FRATERNITY PIN. Call 1164. $10
Reward to finder. RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning -Works.,
MARCH 12, Ring of Keys. Leave at Plone 50.C
Cushing's Drug Store and receive=i
reward. REAL ESTATE E Theodore Hlarrison
GOLD FILIGREE buckle set with ANG'R AVENUE Theodore Harrison, of Chicago, who Evanton. On the announcement that
three emeralds, in driveway at side New Listing1
door of Union on Sunday afternoon. ; e ;:re pleased to, cffer this excep- is to head thle voice department of the William Wheeler would resign, he ac-
Finder please call Sue Crawford, tionally well planned house for your School of Music next Fall. Mr. Har- cepted the appointment of the Univer-
2949. consideration. . ,ison was head of the same depart-!sity Board of Regents. He has spent
First Floor-Vestibule, center hall eight years studying abroad and was
WANTED with coat closet, very large living I ment here five years ago but resigned a member of the Metropolitan Opera
room, sun parlor, dining room and to carry on his work in Chicago and ccmpany.
A PARTLY FURNISHED house for floor, and large service porch in rear.
next year, large enough for twenty kitchen, toilet and lavatory on first
'five men. Address Box No. S. Second Floor-Two very large bed-, *r~4
SOBCI'OR. RepIy rooms, equal almost to two ordinary Of Spring Unreliable;
:;stating phone number for appoint- bedrooms in size and one smaller bed -
BoMroom; very fine bathroom with built-"" A ait Co ing Of Easter Hats
in tub and composition floor; linen
Daily. D E frcloset and especially large closets off
S.PERIENCED CHEF for, the sun- the bedrooms. The groundhog, the calendar, the obiis do ont migrate South but
mer months at summer resort. Care Basement-Tranc *vapor- steam weather, all forecast the advent of spend the entire winter here. After
,Mich. Daily, Box 9. plant, electric water lift, playroom or all, new Easter hats are the only sure
storage laundry room with tubis, dust- spring, but none are trustworthy.
FOR RENT proof coal bin and ash pit. They have all promised much, but a sign of spring.
GLE OR DOUBLE room on see- Lot is extra large 'with two car gar- respite of small duration from the
SINGE O DOBLE oomon ec-age and nicely developed lawn, wintry blasts is their only conces ei!
pd floor for business people or Price-$17,0 0 DItsy- ero Society,
,tudents. 422 Hamilton Place. Mr. Konold with sion.
SCOuts Offer
900-OMS FOR TRANSIENTS. $1.00 C. LOUIS .ANDREWS I Little glimpses of the sun, tiny riv-

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r one person, $1.50 for two.
alph T. Swezey, 509 Thompson St.
97-W.
00 monthly. ,Unfurnished, heated,
!teioousekeeping rooms, first floor
ear High . School. Will partly
irnish for extra nominal charge.
alph T. Swezey, Phone 158.
RGE FRONT ROOM and smaller,
oom for girls. 821 E. Huron St.
hone 1521-R.
RAGE FOR ONE car, at 119 Four-
nth St. Near University,.Hospi-
il and campus. Phone 1551-J.
GE FRONT room;.well furnished.
43 South Division. Phone 1464-
'ER FRONT SUITE, 3 min. walk
P. 0. Breakfast and privileges
desired. Girls only. Call 7-9 p.
306 Spring.
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
?K is the life blood of your Foun-
Pen. One filling of vicious ink
spoil the flow of yourpen per-
ently. Take no chances, get a
le of our special formula DiamondI
ting Fluid. We guarantee it the
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St.
COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
LECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
appointment only Phone 1167-R.
KUSICAL
TOR RECORDS of the Great Art-
s and all the latest popular rec-
da on sale. Complete stock at
haeberle and Sons. 110 S. Main
LIBERTY. Violinist can double
sax. Dance work preferred..
FOUNTAIN PENS
EAT job of Gold Leaf embossingl
your Fountain Pen. 25 cents at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St
WANTED HELP

NOTICE,
John P. Trojanowski who for 18
years had been the proprietor of TheI
Ideal Barber Shop is now with his .
brother, Julian R. Trojanowski at the
U. of, M.. Barber shop 1110 S. Univer-
sity. Both Brothers will be pleased
to meet their old and new friends.
TYPEWRITER REPAHITNQ
TYPEWRITERS -
ofthe best standard makes $15.00 up.
Easy terms if desired. Renting,
cleaning and repairing a' specialty.
Largest stock 'in Ann Arbor.
.0. D..MORRILI;.'
17 Nickels'.Arcade
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona type-
writers. Typewriters supplies, Rub-
ber stamps, Rubber key caps, ribbons,
carbon: paper, etc.
Luckless Curs
A bducted From
Campus Owners
Doggy mysteries seemto continually
pop up in Ann Arbor. With the "Lone'
Kid" escapades at an end, some un-
known party about three weeks ago
set out to poison all the curs on the
campus. An infinite task! At least
he succeeded in a few cases, or almost
succeeded, but the great mass of dog-.
life, the thousands of mongrel and
other pups that are stumbled over on
all campus walks, survived the epi-
demic. Was it the "Lone Kid" attempt-
ing to rid the houses of their watch
guards?
The man has not been found. Pres-
ident Burton's dog was paralysed by
a dose of strychnine and save only
by miedical' assistance. Other poison-
ing occured. The airedale belonging
to Mr. Guy Woolfolk died as a resultf
of this poisoning.
Several houses are said to have lost
their canine guardians since, showing
that activities have not yet ceased.
Yesterday it was reported that "Maj-
or," a full blooded English bull dog
had been stolen from the Delta Kappa
Epsilon house during the night. The
dog was brought over by a member
last summer from England and was'
highly prized, it is said. This is the
latest theft.
Dogs have been used for many pur-
poses, hot and otherwise. Consequent-
ly they are always in demand.. But
nowhere is there evidenced such a
passion either for or against this spe-
cies of animal life as there seems to
be in Ann Arbor.
Date Fixed For
Opera Selection

ulets from the melting snow and ice, Free P icture
and directly King Winter descends
again. The tinge of Northern winds WokncoprtvlheUir s
is still prevalent in the air, no unob- Working cooperatively, the Univer-
trusive buds are struggling to break sity Aeronautical society and the local
their covers and greet the world. Boy Scouts will conduct a free moving
"Wait," say the wiseacres, 'wait for picture performance at the Wuerth
the first robin. Then you may be theater at 10 o'clock this morning.
sure that spring is really here. When The pictures will deal with model air-
everything is false, the robin .is de- planes, and are being displayed pre-
pendable. If he comes out chirpin. paratory to a model airplane contest a
his heartening cry, 'Death to worms to be held during international boy's
and overcoats,''you may discard your week the latter part of April. Plans
an overcoatsk,' youray dcard yor for this contest and instructions for --
frow r tae u"yormentrants will be explained ar the the-
his word is final.- ter today.
'Then, Ann Arborites, discard your .More than 500 tickets have been
cross and quicken'-your step. The given out, and all boys bver 12 are in-
first robin is here and has been seen vited to attend. The winners of the
on the campus! Strutting like' an local contest will have the opportunity
ambassodorial. attache, head elevated of going to Dayton, Ohio in the fall to
and chest thrown out, his dignity compete for the Mulvilhili model tro-
well-became his office as the official phy at the international air races to
harbinger of spring. His chirp could be held there at that time. Cash prizes
not be translated but it was evidently of $500 will be offered at this meet _
I one of hope and cheer. Perhaps.. in addition to the Mulvilhill trophy.
but from'far back in one's memory Each Scout troop of Ann Arbor will
comes the reinembrance that some enter the local contest, and school-
________________________boys of the city, over 12 are incited to,
participate. Local arrangements for
international boy's week are. in the
Rt hands of ielding H. Yost, director of
Read t e W an tIds Intercollegiate Athletics.
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A Sensational Showing of New
Millinery, Veils, Veiling and Flowers a
- P1YEA R AND HINTZ
328 South Main Street-
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ABBOTT R.J. CHICK
36 So. Division

Three more books have been turned
in for next year's Union opera, making
a total of 13 books from which the!
winning bpok will be selected. Choice
of the book will be made within two
weeks, according to Kemp Keena, '20,
by the faculty committee appointed
for selection.

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