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ADVERTISING

DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading tine for one or two insertions, Ilec pe:
reading line for three G~ more insertione. White space charged for at same
rates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about c'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 insertior,
elassufi*;d Column Closes at h~ o'clock Noon, Saturday,
"lmlerw-tJ'0-Ad.Taker"
WAN~TED R~ELY ____________
ixEIRIEINQZD cook 'wants position TAILOR
in fraternity or sorority house. Has ----- .-________
references. Address Box 10. SPRING WOOLENS,

TYPE WkITENG
1LL' MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typ-ewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing m iachinbe, Line-a-Time copyE
holdler4, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushi on keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. 'M'achines rented. .
ANABRTPWU E EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
No. 9 AMm Arbor Say. Bank Bldg. _________ ______
T1YPEWVRITING and MiMEOGRAPHI -
poplannetydn./"ERTheses, students notes and college E K V . C r
work -a specialty.I
0. D. MORRILLNosalwtie
The Typewriter & Stationery Store I osalwtie
17 Nickels' Arcade } gnat t ait f fr

MONE\Y TO FINISHI
SCIIHOOL TIS PR\IW
'~$,10.00 Spring VaIcalion
Call 2334 and We WD2l Tell
You how
L. B. ABBOTT It. J. CHICK
'3" So. INvision
BE A NE]WSPAPER Correspondent
'with the Heacock Plan and earn a
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 Bureau, Buffalo, N. Y.
AN~ EXPER fENCED insurance solicit-
or'. Reply stating' phone number
for appointment. Box 4 'Michigan
Daily.
CLEI.KS, RAILWAY Mail, 18-35:
Exam Ann Arbor May 3, $133. Mo.
Elxperience unnecessary. For free,
particulars, write R. Terry (former
-w~Civil Service examminer) 731 Barrist-
er Bldg., Washington, D. C.
WANTED
TICKET FOR FRO FROLIC. White
'2?. 110 N. Thayer'. Call 2583-R.
STUDENTS WASHINGS. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Called for and deliver-
ed. Phone- 2942-R.
GARAGE NEAR Packard and Mon-
roe. Phone 778-R.

ANNOUNCE CKANSES IN
TWA UNION COMMITTEES

New line, latest spring styles. Conic
in and let me show you some real ma-j
terial. Priced very attractively. !

FOUN~TAIN PENS
A NEiAT job of Gold Leaf embossing;
on your Fountain Pen. 25 cents at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St
HATSI
Spring mililinery for women at mod-
e rate }prices.

t;UdAL ti derALO L lULp,
but
good eating at the
right price, served
up steaming hot in
time to get you to
that 8 o'clock.

$24.50 and $31.50

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Changes in and additions to fhe per-
sonnel of the Union Father's Day corm-
mittee and the regular entertainmient
committee have been made by Thomn-
=BLIGHTY
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SPear Salad ....
SEgg and Head Lettuce Salad 30c
s^ Toasted Peanut Chile =
= ~Sandwich... .........15
EBlighty Sandwich
tE(Toast, Tomato, H-amn) .... 35c
Nut Bread with Orange
. M armalade .........15c=
1 Prunes with whipped cream 15cE
Chocolate Fudge Cake....loc
SRaisin2 Nut Cake..........Joe'~
OOrange Iee......... ... ..15c
EChocolate Banana Split .... 25cE
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as Lynch, 425iL, president of the
Union.
Wallace Flower, '24, who wats f=,r- i
tmterly appointed chairman of the P'a-~
ther's Day committee will act as headI
'of the publicity department, a new de
partment created by Lynch.
Willard Spanagel, '25F, will be the '
chairman of the Union entertainment
committee, and will be assisted by'
John Bramley, '25, E~dwa s rd st ark
'24, Eugene Buck, '26D, Howaird Vi-
sel, '25, and Richard Tr'avis, '25)11,
Franklin Dickman, '25E, has beent
made chairman of Father's Day coin-f
mittee. Alert Peck, .'25, Alilton Pet-
erson, '25, Paul B~ruske, '26, and limAsin*2,wllhWsoite
members.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything'
quickly.Ay

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Large

:NTS' sSUPPLY STORE

Lots

1111 S. UNIVERSITY4

Take advantage of this wonderful
er and come early.
HERMAN the TAILOR
802 S. State

off-

I'uell's Subdivision
on
Erockman Boulevard
and
oodsidde, near
Was hten aw.
Prico -and termis are
Right.
L. 0. Carr &
C. J., Tremmel
17 Sav.ings Bank Bldg.

Drop In!

ANNA E WESC.II
206 E. Liberty St.
Phone 1300-R.

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Notebooks, Sta tionery and All
School AMaterials
"Everythring for the. Student"
-- -- ---- -- --

BRICK
Veneer residence of 7 rooms just listed, in the Washtenaw district.
Built and occupied by owner. 4 bedrooms-attic-two baths-all
oak floors, gray enamel, mahogany finish-water softener-automatic
gas heater-plenty of electric outlets (13 in living room)--screened

R& sLUNCII
605 Church

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Daily classified for real results.

and weather stripped-twvo car garage-large elm trees. W~e will
be pleased to give you. details. .
NwClub EAST SECTION C
Asix room home in fine condition-just listed and first time offered. 2 N w C l m i e o d
I U)-lA You Do _Wli l You IDo by Eddie Cantor :
First floor--hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, large screened 2 VEori e with The Georgians
living porch, oak floors, ivory enamel, mahogany finish: 2nd floor- i 5c1-S. I,'uis i Vaa) yThe.. Original.=
beech floors--3 bedrooms (excellent closets) bath-large sleeping = g2D-Mr . Rdio M ' -By"elwis zv
porch : 3rd floor-2 large rooms can be easily finished and heat is* 2 T'ivel e O'clock _ ByHiedBandis
An i adthere. There is a soft water lift-fireplace-garage. Loft size 261-.1i oiii' s,;utv By Al Jolson
51lx154. Several very large trees. Price $1 2,500-$3,440 down. You're in hKentucky its Sure as You're Born Van and Schink
POTTER, ALLSHOULSE & RICH ARDS, Inc.
601-4 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. 2072, 2 E NINE
8ROOM NEAR WASTENAW 3 a..ir tre
ThsIeatiulhis asabeautifrsanul homet111t1Biliaiti~ll8aslD all{1i1t1oakilg floors#1 1!!!I.111ti111t1d
finish even to the two sun parlors and slee.i-' N.M®**19 **M113*M f
ing porch. Has a large center hail, large i 5% Commission -FOR MICHIGAN, LEAGUE
living room with fireplace and French U '9PSQUARE DEL" PEIALTY SHOE
doors; vestibule; breakfast aicove, with built 30SpigSrtOpnEnns.K.M.U
in seats and table. Pergola and doubleyg-u1Ridl THIS AD WITH YOU.
rage. 'Basement has five compartmeats. I! I v;®1. 11 1 .I 11 o® ®b
Loth 66x132. This can be ought for $16,500' .I
with -a small payment. I

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sal
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1ncIlCSrvic
The- knowledge that your money 1s in
ife hands alone makes up for'±e effort of
anking it.. The convenience of our banks
also a great. aid,.

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Far ers & 'Mechanics Baik

101-105 South Main

330 South State

SMALL FLAT OR light lrousekeep-
ing rooms for summer school. Ad-
dres Bow 11 Michigan Daily.
WILL PAY $12>0 OR, 'rosh Frolic.
A~ilOSH ROLI. TIKET.Call
CLEANING and Pressing establish-
ment. Call 885-J.
UN DERWVOOD 4 TYPEWRITER cheap
A CLASSY SEVEN room house, just
one block off' State< Street. Nice
large lot. Phone 2438.
SOPRANO 'SAXOPHONE, newly re-
:p~~ddclexellent condition: Call
230in evenings.
WASHBURN BANJO,. 5 strings, new
leather case, $20.00. Call Thursday
afternoon Z 345 Natural Science
bldg.
0LhDSMO10BILE Touring, tires and
motor very good. $70. Call 1519.
LOST_
ON SUNDAY a pair nose glasses.
'Finder please call Mrs. C. J. Parnall
Phone 1402. 1 237 -S. Ingalls.
W'ILL PERSON WHO TOOK my note-
book by mistake from the Arcade
r Cafeteria Tuesday noon kindly not-
ify Robert L. Moore. Phone 861-W.
FOUN)
FOUND NEAR Memorial Hall, one
embroidered grey silk glove. Call
1.630-J and pay for advertisement.
FOR. RENT
ONE SINGLE, steam heated room
for student or business man, con-
venient to campus. 238 5. Thayer.
Call 2963-R.
FOU~NTAIN PEN "-NK
INK is the life blood of your Foun-
tain Pen. One filling of vicious ink
r will spoil the flow of your pen per-
mnanently. Take no chances, get a
bottle of our special formula Diamond
Writing Fluid. We guarantee it the
best.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State St.'
COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS_
ELECT'RO-COSMIETIC SERVICE
By appotutment only Phone 1167-R,.
MISCELANE O US
RUGS SHAMPOOED or d~ust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.
USICAL
We supply and put on the best qual-
ity calf, skin heads on all makes of
drums and banjoized instruments.

After that Frosh Frolic,
WH-Y NOT GO WHERE YOU
CAN GET!,GOOD FOOD
AND 'GOOD SER3VICE
The Chinese Gardens

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(ncse American_ Resta~urant
106, S. Main St.

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Call 835-Fl

I'll meet You

MRS. GUSTINE

71]6 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
*trator ~1t~jE
SOL4D IN THIS CITY ONLY BYj
FIWEI) W1r(iTROSSI
309 S. 11 ')l
I Teres obdy.Else
Iaaa FOX TROT By
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w a
SCoupled With j
1 "31st Street BlmIu es SI
w-
= BRUNSWICK RECORD No. 2571
an k
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vw HEAR IT TODAY
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Tuttle's Lunch Room
338 Maynard St. South, of Majestic

CORW E L'SCRANTON COAL--ALL SIZES
Empire Anthracite, $14.50 ton
Absolutely no impurities, low in ash, high in heat units.
Pocahontas Lump and Egg
Kentucky and West Virginia Lump and Egg
Terre Haute Quick Fire' Coke
Produced solely, for domestic purposes.
OFFICE
CORNWELL 1BLOCK,
Phones 81-MFl and 2207,
Cornwell Coal-Coke

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Make VacationPay
If you have had sales experience, I'l give. you an op-
portunity to turn your vacation into cash. You can make every
hour mean dollars, and at the- same time spend' a pleasant
vacation meeting Michigan Alumni as a subscription repre-
sentative of The Michigan Alumnus.

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Here's Proof

B. McKelvey, '27, cleared $42.00 in six hours.
John S. DeTar, '24, cleared $50.00 in ten hours in a strange
city.
Paul Bez, '25, cleared $10.00 in two hours the
first time out
Men iN eeded for, Each of the
Following -Cities

>~mowFISH "BRAND)
WAEF "CLOTHING
-- arsi 1r!lckers,
:, r .\t (YELLOW O ,*O L IV E ) "-'I,-.
4.E.Lw ZOS, _V
t Z t

Adrian, Mich.
Battle Creek, Mich.
Bay City, Mich.
Boston, Mass.
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Denver, Coo.
Fort Wayne, Ind.
H-olland, Mich.
Ironwood, Mich.
Kansas City, Mo.
Louisville, Ky.
Minneapolis, Minn.
Muskegon, Mich.
Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Omaha, Nebr.

Philadelphia, Pa.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Portland, Oreg.
Rochester, N. Y,
San Francisco, Cal.
Saulte Ste. Marie, Mich.
Seattle, Wash.
South Bend, Ind.
Spokane, Wash.
St. Louis, Mo.
Syracuse, N. Y.
Tacoma, Wash.
Three Rivers, Mich.
Traverse City, Mich.
Washington, D. C.

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All mhen interested should make written application Fri-
day, March 28, at the office of 'The Alumnus, in the base-
P A1 A d . 1 TY 11 0£171

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