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university MVen lieve "Trip
Round World" Will: Be Success'

DAILY''CLASSIFIED RATES!
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reading line 'for three or more insertions. White space 'charged for at same
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about o,%ntracts
for classified advertising..
10c per reading line for one or 'two insertions, 9c per reading line for
three or more insertions, cash In advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion.
ClassiedColumn Closes at 11. o'Clock Noon, Saturday.s

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"~rnunk!.t1tO..Ad.Taker"

'WATE .

..A ::ON CAR garage in, vicinity of
Forest and Cambridge Ave. Call
392-R. Bietween 3 and 5 p. m.

ONEil 1923 MICIITGAN ENSiAN,
;4:3.

Calil

WILL THE PERSON who took black
Waterman pen~ last Thursday noon
in- Natural Science Bldg: return
same at once to Secretary's office.+
Party knpown.
No. 9 Ann Arbor, $av. ;Bank ;Bldg.
Exclusive , collegiate styles for
young women. Needlework of all
kindp. Excperienced workmianslip.
MRLS. R. T. REAM
411 :Thompson. Phone 27G8-W.
F("$SALE

AIISCklr, 1.1NE () k,
RUGS SHAMPOOED or (Just cleatied..
Agnn Arbor Carpet. Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.
COCOA DOOR MA~it'TS. Extra ,gnood
values at $1.20; $1.25; $1.50; $1.7-;'
$2.00; $2.25 and $2.50.!
The Home SupplI y Store
Tel. 112. Free Delivery
The Place Where Yorn'J Be Satisfiedj
HIOSPITAL SI)PPLY CO. 1
Makers and Dealers inij
Surgical and ' urgileal Instruments
sAhdoininal Pelts, Artificial IAnibs
B races, Trusses, Arch Supports

VIOLIN AND BANJO. Priced
cheap. Call Guy, phone 394
''tween 7 and 8.. 300 N. Ingalls.

very
be-I

STEAM HEATED house: on Ferdlon
Rd. Four bedrooms, double Garage.
Call3017-W.;
CLEANING and Pressing e;,tahlisli-
ment. Cell 385-J.
TOST
Ki A.ND E Polyphase slide-rule in
black cardlboard calse." Call Dietz,
11 18-WV.,
WANTED HELP

BE A NEWSPAPER Correspondent
with the Heacock Plan and earn a
good income while learning; we
xsilowi you how; begin actual- work at
on~ce; all or spare time; experienceI
unnilecesary;- no canvassing; send
for particulars. Newswriters Train-
i ng Bureau, Buffalo, N. Y.

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)ION EY To FINITl
SCilOOL TjII$ SPRiI G
You How
L. B. ABBO~TT_ R. T. CHiICK

AN E-NPERIENCED in ir . e olic~-
itor. Reply stating ph'oii(& numIflev~
for appointment. Box 4.

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STUJDENT TO7 SOLICIT insurance.
*14~r Ae1&, 1' iiigd,- Ctt ige,A bU~iineFs
property, burglarly, plate glass,, and
etc. Liberal commissions. WNrite
P. 0. Box 218. ..,

E'SHOES REP4IRED while you wait,
I Full soles a specialty. 0. G. Anires
222 S. State.
Experimental Work of All Kindsf
!Microtome Knives round and Qther
~Fine GrindingE
Plating: and Rep~ir «' rk
216 E. Washington St. I
- Teleph~one 296-1
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
INK-is the life blood of your Foun-
tain Pen. Qne filling of vicious 1k
will 'spoil the flow of your pen pIr-
mnaneiftly. Take no chances, get :a
bottle of our special formula Diamond
Writing Fluid. We guarantee it the
bast.,a
RIDER'S PEN-S!OP
I02 State St.
TYPE W ITITIN
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and,
Oliver typewriters,. Sunstrand add-.
Ing machine, Line-a-Time COPY!
holders, rubber stamps, rbbou s,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
E1XCANG e Phone ,8:6, downtown,
T PEV4U1TING and MIMEOGRAHI
' promptly and neatly 'done.
iTheses, students notes and college
work a specialty.
0. D. MORRILL
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
S 17 Nckes' Arcae
of he eststandard makes $15.00 up.
iEas to is f-deird. :Recting,
cleaning an repairing a,, peialty.
r Liargit t° ock in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRIL
17 Nickels' Arcade
Deal'r . C. Smith Corona type-
w~t. Typewriters supplies, Rub-
be rt1rps, Rubber key cap.s ribbons,t
carbon paper, etc.
COStTIC =SERTME.
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed ]ermnaiently Jby
ELECTROLYSIS_
ELECTRO-COSMETIC .SlRVIC3
By appointih ent only Phone 1167-R.
Adrlphi Chooses
Freshman Teamt
"'Resolved, that the state of Michi-
gan should adopt measures. similar to
those recently adopted by the state;
of Oregon to abolish private schools"'
.will be the questiopn for debate at theet
regular weekly meeting of the Alpha
N%;u debating society at 7 30. o'clock1
tonight in the Alpha N room on th
fourth floor of University, hall.
Rl D. Harper, '24, and H. C0."Williams {
'26, will uphold the affirmative again sti
S. B. Doughton, '24, and G. .Wagnr
'26. N. B. Johnson, '25, will give a ten-'
minute talk on some subject of his
own choice.
Visitors, especially freshmen inter-
ested in, public speaking, are invited .
to attend this meeting. ,
j"Jimmie theadtaker" sells anything
qu ickly.-Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Opinions that the Round the
World" flying trip, that has been un-
dertaken, by the United States army
flyers will< nota doubt be successful,:
hsut, that.lighter-than-air craft would
9a be ,better for that kind .of flijng- were
uttered yesterday by Prof. F. W. Paw-
lowski of. the aeronautical, engineer-
in g department .and Ralph Upson,
noted aeronaut. who is giving a spec-
ial series of lectures in the.:depart-
nwnt here this. semester.
41n other flights of long- duration,
that have been udertaken," stated Mr.
Upson, "the, time taken has- been very]
great and in addition practically,
whvlole new, planes returned afterre
r-pairs,, had been made. along the way.
Trhe lighter-tl~an air craft, such as the
Shenandoah, " are much more fittedj
for this sort of long flights,.
"In cases where. short quick flights
are desired the heavier-than-air craft.
J'lone are suitable. :At the same time,,
asr the Shenandoah.is :not' available,,
It- pres-ent plan -is -the only praetical,.
jone." = ,It, was also pointed out by Pro-:~
fessor, Pawlowski -that the success o'v
the venture depended- .entirely upon
the arrangements that have been miadej
for re stoc~ing and repji-rs.
The planes -have been- designed by.:
the ran. who, in, my opinion, is the
fbest airplane ;,esigner , in the. world.
Th'Iliese.-Doug-las.-pla.ues c.an succeed if
any can." ,It was shown by Prof* ssor
jPawlowski .that Douglas -was the chief
,engineer and the designer. of the
famrous *,Martin .bombers, and that he's
won;. the navy torpedo plane contest a
year and a half) ago in which were
men as,:Fokker and several prominent
American designers . enter planes.
Great. percautions .have been ,made
to have plenty of spare parts to take
care of breaks along the way in that,!
12 extra Liberty engines have alreadyI
-been -forwarded along the route.f
Other smaller parts have been plac--
ed at various convenient points.
Mr. Upson, in commenting upon the
cancellation of the plans for the
Shenandoah's start for the North
Pole said that although the best way
to ever reach the pole was in a ligh-
ter-than-.air? craft of that gind, the
ship was not the best- adapted to it.
'The flyer which has-. been ordered
from Germany is expected to be better
suited.
The trip was cancelled by the Presi-
dent through no fault of the ship,
'DAILY''CLASSIFIIEDS -= ING
MIGRESULTS-
ON LITTLE IINESTMENT,
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which Mr. Upson thinks could reach ;,nelutl the semi-centennial class of.
i the' Pole, but through the fact that', 1871'1 an-d. the quarter centennial '99
satisfactory arrangements for the trip ca3 The forty-fifth year class of
could not be complete d by-this sum- '791 are mnaking plans for a large re-
'mer. r.flit.
1 , !A combined medical reunion will be
h 0d of the Classes of '01, '02, '03 and
C[A~S ~L~ OLD - '4. The '81 literary class will also
hold their annual reunion.
REURIORSHER JUNE13 EhlersDicse
{More than ..35 .cltsses are clue to L w sE p dto
hold, reunions .on the alumni reunion At a meeting of the Botanical Sem-
Sday here- on' June 13. As -the follow- ysedyatroni h a
ing- cay will- alm7ost be .conrpletely o- na - rca- atroni h a
eupied. with t-he annual alumni meet- ol scine building, Mrs. Lois S.
ing, alumni. luncheon, :ma-ss 'mteeting Eh1,Ylers of the Botany department gave
rz.nd b-all gain; the classes plantningr<,_ c' ta'll on the Botanical discoveries of
unions should make plans to take two the Lewis and Clark expedition in.
days forT their _prograi. iS;i. The talk dealt mainly with,
-Of 'the classes scheduled to bold +a .(Iescription of the various flowers
1meetings , '011L and 02L- have already[ which were brought back by Lewis.
notif'ied -the Alumni association that Mrs. Ehlers also gave an account of
~they- Fill;.not hold-reunions this year, roiute wV~hich the expedition made.

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OFFICE The knowledge Ilia Yo T /
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Hear I4t Today _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _
The , Stofflet Phono '0Sho'ps ;l
= 616, E.LIBERTY -STREET -'
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TWO GIRLS TO WORK "fr board, at<
meal Thou s. Call Hami1ton, 2184.-
FOU1NTAIN PENS
A NEAT Job- of Gall Leaf embobsing
on your- F~ountain Pen. 25 ,cents ,at
RIDER'S PF~N SHOP
302 State St
JIUSICAL.
A SMALL $25.00 VICTROLA on your
study desk for a little; recreation' is
just the thing. See Schaeberle&
Son, 110, S. Main St.
TED RHOADES orchestra presents
JToe Sweeney and his five-piece or-
chestra.
REAL ETT
HOME THAT will accormmodate
twenty-five. Three baths. Price
reasonable with only $3,000 down.
Monthly payments low. For ap-'
pointment call Mrs. Burnett', 315
or 2781.
-- ENGRAVIN0I
CALLING CADS, "Wedding Announce-
ments, etc. Orders given prompt
attention. BIDI)LE'S BOOK STORE
No. 11 Nickels Arcade.
USED CARS.

This is the wa y
You'll feel as you
stroll dlown the
Diagonal a f t-e r
parking yourself
-around one of our
meals.
Do you blame us
for feeling, proud ?
R t SLUNCH
+605 Curch

1920 Essex Roadster, loads of extras.
Snappiest. job in town. 310 E.
'AWashington. Hudson Sales and,
IService.

1,920 Olds Eight. Repainted and over-
hauled. A real buy $275. 310 E. ?
~yWashington. Hudson Sales and
'.Service.
- CLEANING AND PRESSING
+ -- -- - SPECIAL
'ONE WEEK
SUITS
CLEANED AND) PRESSED
A HORACE CLAVEAF
--1221 . Unilversity, Phone 8854.
PANTS TO MAT CH YOUR COAT
AND VEST. Chas. Doukas, 901 N.
University.
TAILOR

Rea SlSilk=
Organizesand all men in-
terested in lining up with a
real corporation, are urged to
attend free
MOTION PICTURES

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*20TH ANNUAL =
JUNIORS
GIRS'
"THANK
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MADAM"

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