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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ___

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LASS~lE]He Yearns For
ADIV ERTI SING AT 3 PM4. [-i. -,-

TA ILORL

SPRING WOOLENS

'New line, latest spring styles. Come
in and let me show yo~u some real ma-
terial. Priced very attractively.

IAIY CLASSIFIED RATES
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, 1ie per
reading line for three er more insertions~. White space charged for at samej
rates. Classifieds chiarged only to those having phones. Ask~ about contracts I
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
CassiM; Coluii!n Closes at 11 o'Clock Noon, Saturday.
"SImml*-tbe- daker'f
WANTED fHELP IMUSICALI
YXPERIENCED cook wanats position We supply and put on the best qual-
in fraternity or sorority~ house. Has ity calf skin heads- on all akes of
refer'encie's. Address Box 10.,drucs and 1anjoized instruments.
IQuick service and reasonab~le termsl
10 TY 1' 1? l i iat Schaeberle & Son's Mmlc IHouse.
MONEYTO lNISII110i South Main Street.
$'0.00 SpringzlYaailon SPECIAL Phonograph Bargain. A
Call 123134 and We 1111 Tell new Console type at $75.00. Easy,
You How I payments. University Music House.
®_- GIBSON MANDOLIN. Special at
- $26.00. Pay as you play. Ljniver-
Z :Dj sity Music House.;t
L. B. ABBQ3TT Tt. J. C1lUCKI .i... CLEANING and PRESSING..,,
~~6S .Di isi j 1iLEANING-PRESSING-REPAIRING-

$24.50 and $31.50

Take advantage of this wonderful off-'
er and come early.
ItERNAIN the TAILOR
802 S., State
FASTER SKITS
Interstate Tailors offering wonder-
ful values in Tailor Made Suits.
I ~$26.00 and $31JW j
Small deposit required. Local tail
or guarantees priect satisfaction.
Call or phone 123 for appointment.r
Order now for good delivery.
31r. Mceniey
American Hotel

FOUiN TAIL IPEX
INK is the life blood of your Foun-
tain Pen. One filling of vicious ink
Nill spoil the flow of your pen per-
manently. Tlake no chances, get a
bottle of our special formula Diamond
IWriting Fluid. We guarantee it the
jbest.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St.
DlRESSIMAKING & TAILORING,
Exclusive collegiate styles for
young women. Needlework of all
kinds. Experienced workmanship.
MRS. R. T. REAM
411 Thompjson. Phone 2768-W.,
.rHEMSTITCHING, pecot edge, gold
and silver thread work. WHITE
ISEWING MIACHINE CO. 2015 E.
Washington St.. Phone 919.
901 N. University.

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Readh The Daily "Classified" &Ioumnv

Alvin 'Va slington Tan 1Dorsten
For the eighth time Alvin Washing-
ton Van Dorsten, of Chicago, is a can-
didate for president of the United
States. fie has submitted his name
to bo0th major parties for nomination.;

THREE WAITERS to work for board.
Call 188 and ask for Mr. Walbridge.
BE~ A NEWSPAPER Correspondent
with the Heacock Plan and earn al
good income while learning; we
show you how;, begin actual work--at
once; all or spare time; experience
unnecessary; no canvassing; send
for particulars. Newswriters Train-
ing Bu.reau, Buffalo, N. Y.
SUMMER WORK. College student
for summer position; splendid ex-
perience. Salary $262 for 75 days.
\Vrite iDept. B. Educators Associ-I
ation, Park Avenue B~ldg, Detroit,:
Michl.
AN EXPERIENCED insurance solicit-
or. Reply stating phone number
for appointment. Box 4 Michigan
Daily.
STUD1ENT FOR kitchen work, room
and board. Call 1104, 2006 Wash-
ten aw Ave.
FOR SALE;
UNUSUAL SWEATERS, blouses, hos-
iery at The Jane Singleton Shops,
8 Nickels Arcade.
HOUISEHIOLD) FlJ TIFIRE
AT VEJY ILASONABLE prices.
Davenports, Kitcheni. Cabinets,
Washing Machines,. Tables, Chairs
and R~ugs. Some very exceptional
,antiqu~e blaQ% walnut furniture.

half hour service. Charles Douas, . His lplatform provides for adherence
to the Monroe doctrine, no league of
J~'UNTIN ENSj ations, and no wrine in church~es. Ilie
A-NEAT Job of Gold Leaf embossing ' z a violin maker.
!on your Fountain Pen. 25 cets at
RIDERS PEN SHOP Irm ra tm
302 State St I ta u a tm

APRIL -SHOWERS
fBRING OUT
E4
\WTEP,'\ F- QFCLOTI1ING
>i rsySickers
(ELLOW 011s'- OLIVE) g'
\ t _I,~ (YELLOW. OR OLIVE !'
VOWE1R
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An All-Around Public Servant
What is a RED TOP CAB driver? He is a composite
of use fulness-a modern cab-driver, a fireman, a friend
in need, a protector, a much-desired, all-around public
necessity and public servant. He is available any min-
ute of the day or night.
He is one man paicked from ten.
He is a human being "even as you and, . He has the
same thoughts, dreams and ambitions. He has the same
interest in life, the same desire to be something and some-
body.
He is a good fellow or he couldn't go' through it all and
come home with a smile on his face-as h6 does. Treat
hime nicely, w'on't you please, if you find him to be a good
fellow;?
Of course he isn't perfect. What man is ? He can't
wake up feeling 100 per cenlt fit every mop Wing of, his
life any more than you or I, but he has got to shouldder
his burdens and carry on where you and I might take a
day, off and play golf or go fishing.
He's a hard worker and an earnest one. Treaut him well
and see how far he will go to serve you.

ALL MAKES.' Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing' machine, Line-a-Tlime copyj
Sholders, rubber stamps, .ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and siup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPE~WRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
No. 9 Ann Arbor Say. Bank Bldg.
TYPEWRITING and MIMEOGRtAPHI
promptly and neatly done.
Theses, students notes and college
work a specialty.
0. D. MORRILLJ
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
17 Nickels' Arcade
FOR RENT
ONE SINGLE, steam heated room
for studeont or business man, con-
venient to camp';s. '238 S. Thayer.
Call 2963-R.
PART OF LARGE nicely furnished
room. Phone '1194-M,' 422 E.
Washington.

(Continued tromn Page Six)
The University of Minnerota willj
r ive a large cun to the frr ternity at
any of the Big Ten schor Is making
the most successful shots.
All Sports Night, which will feat-
urelevery athletic activity carried on
in Waterman gymnasium, will be held
April 9. The participants have al-
ready been selected and will make a{
program that is sure to please the1
most skeptic of athletic enthusiasts.
The biggest event will be the basket-
ball game between the leaders of the
class teams vs. the fraternity chamn-
pions, Beta Theta Pi, for the chamx-
pionship of the University
Paris, March 25.-Albert Sarraut,
Iminister of colonies, excluded from
the Radical Party because he refused
to abandon Premier Poincare in his
fight to obtain passage of his new!
tax. bills has given up all idea of re-
turning to Parliament.
Patronize Daily Advertsers.-Adv.1

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SURPLUS SUPPLIES STO)RE'
We have 'SLICKERS fi
Black, Olive and Yellow

'Be':Sure- =Call a Red Tod
Stop One Anywhere.

'Phone 1199-W~. or call at 211 . :lll#####il##########1 #lf- The Place IWhere You'll Ile Satisfied
Diision.> ..HOSPITAL SUPPLY CO.
1 Tearn -ia_.I
LIEANPIJG and Pressing establish- G'eo. Glitzenhbirii, 31r.
4maent. Call 885-.T. :fkr ndDaesi
JNDERWQOD 4 TYPEWRITER cheap i . lic1akd eand DecaleIn~rs in at
Call 1169-W. -
" ;,; Abdominal Belts, Artificial Limbls
EGA TENOR BANJO, practically '= ' Bratce:4 Trusses, Arch Supports
new. Very reasonble. Phone 1306- - Eprmna Vr fAlKnl
S. St aeate- :30.Cowel, 25 - =Microtome Knives Ground and Othierf
s.Stte m Notes, Tnemes Letters lFine Gidn
LDSMOBILE Touring, tires and Theses i Plting and Repair Work
motor good. $70. Call 1519.21E.W hitnS.
,HREE EXCELLENT Detroit Land Enter "Any1 Time I T eelplionte 2 961.M
Contracts protected by Warranty IiLQE
SDeed showing average of 12 perc HAMILTON __ __________
aot$,0eahVitrTBrw" - t!tl 1;1B r. cent to 18 per -cent on investment of r BUSINESS LE E ~ "t111>
1.305 Cainbrdige Road. Call 2149-M.1C LLGE-
State & William3 Sts. Choice Cut Flowers and Plants
~A CLASSY SEVEN room house Just i- = Phone 809 F-1 220 Chapin St.
one block off State Street. Nice 'iiiiHlll##11###t#ElIll#!##11l tt#3#8#19#hlht# '

.....Agents for. Towr's .Raincoats...::

Phobie 130

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E. M. s!WURSTER

213 N. FOURTH ATE.

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YOUR

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large lot. Phone 2438.
iST
?SCOTCH COLLIE pup, 5 months old.
SNo collar. Call 783.C
LAC'K BIILGIAN collie. Finder
please. call 16.
1VILL THE P'ERSON who took my
notebook by mistake from the Ar-
Icade Cafetria Tuesday noon kindly
Snotify Robert L. Moore, Phone 861-
*TE~AR OLD BELGIAN POLICE dog,
light brown. Answers to name
SPrince. Call 1016.

ARE YOU. BUILDING TIS PING?

INVESTIGATE

Do

you know. that in

most, cases

your

The McClIure Complete H ome Building service before you
place a contract.

washing is no~t absolutely clean? Probably
you shudder to think of. putting on a germ
ridden gatmnent, but it is so.

Phone

A small p ament down starts you on your lot.
Complete information given by appointment.

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2076

Ann Arbor Home uilders Association

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COSM~E TIC SERVPICE
Supl)erfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed P'ermanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
Itly appointment only Phone 1167-R.

408 First Nat. Bank

I Phone 3385

2077
for
officien t
delibery
serP bce

At THE: VARSITY LAUNDRY your
clothes are absolutely sterilizedy by our
soft water process--no chemicals, just pure
soap and water.

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You are invited to inspect our plant. Come
in, today.

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