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THE MICHIGAN DAiLY

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Detroit Company is I)onor of $5,004
DAILY CLASSIFIED RATES E uiiment Mueh Needed in
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two Insertions, 11e peg Engineering Shops
reding line for three cr more insertions. White space charged for at same
ates. Classifieds charged only to those having phones. Ask about centractsI
or classified advertising. 18 TSII A FOR EXPEIENTAL
10c per reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for i WORK WITH MELT1NG METALS
thee or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion
Classlfied Column Closes at I o'Clock Noon, Saturday,. Donation of a $5,000 electric urn-
"Jtmmle-t04dTaker" ace to the University for experimental
work with melting metals was an-
- WANTED HELP FOUNTAIN PEN INK
WANTED___HELPFOUNTAIN ___PEN ___NK __ nauncedl yesterday by Prof. O. W. Bos-
SPARE TIME work for hustling col- i INK is the life blood of your Foun- ton, acting-director of the engineer-
I ege mxan or burl. Good proposition.I tain Pen. One filling of vicious Ink l, ng shops. This furnace, which will
2al Pandzone. Phone 87 for ap- will spoil the flow of your pen per- lbe used in connection with both in-
pointment. P dI manently. Take no chances get a struction and experimental work in
bottle of our special formula Diamond the foundry laboratory is the gift of
MONEY TO l NsIlI Writing Fluid. We guarantee it the the Detroit Electric Furnace con-
SCHOOL THIS SPPING best.,ay
$:0.00 Spring VacationI RIDER'S PEN SHOP Melting experiments will be under-
Call 2 Y -J and We win Treii 302 State St. taken with aluminum, brass, copper,
You HOWFOUNTAI PEN INK cast iron and steel. capacity of the
W OLJLr yur INEE A furnace being 250 hounds of brass
We will redeem your FREE D3IA- I-
OND INK COUPON with our spec per charge. The installation here will
ial formula Diamond Wrting Fluid be unique in that no other univer-
regular size bottle. Rider has re- sity in the country has an electric
L. B. ABBOTT R. J. CHICK commended and sold this ink for 35 furnace of this capacity.
3:3G So. D1nision years. Sixty owtts are required to op-
RIDER'S PEN 51[P erate it and it is provided with trans-
BE A NEWSPAPER Correspondent 302 State St. formers which reduce the voltage of
with the Heacock Plan and earn a the University power lines from 2,300
good income while learning; we LOST , to 90.

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Kreeche3nickers-Shirts
Every one of the above items are radically reduced. The savings
are truly sensational. No one can afford to overlook them. Do
you need any HIKING or RIDING breeches, a shirt--any kind--
a blanket, or a raincoat--maybe a SLICKER? Now is the time to
buy.

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 EXPERIENCED insurance solicit-
or. Reply stating phone number
for appointment. Box 4 Michigan
Dapiy.
"CLERKS, RAILWAY Mail, 18-35.
Exam Ann Arbor May 3, $133 mo.
Experience unnecessary, For free
particulars,. rite R. Terry (former
Civil-Service examiner) 731 Barrist-
er Bldg., Washington, D. C.
POSITION WANTED
GOOD STENOGRAPHER familiar with]
secretarial and officedetail. Ter-
porary or half day preferred. Ad-.
dress Box 119 Ann Abor.
FOR SALE
1920 ELGIN SPORT, biggest buy in
town at $335. Hudson Sales and
Service. 310 East Washington.
1921 DORT TOURING. Best of con-
dition. $285. Terms Hudson Sales
" aid Service. 310 E. Washington.,
" UNDERWOOD 4 TYPEWRITER cheap
Call 1169-W..
22 ROOM HOUSE suitable for frater-
;ij ty, mr a Qgod boar ling and room-}
ing house. Owner wil accept a
ti vie-y, ~ sma I dotwn, payment. Call
s 438.
TiEXDO, brid new. All silk lined.
Cheap. Call 1114-M.
FOUNTAIN PENS
A NEAT job of Gold Leaf embobsing
on your Fountain Pen. 25 cents at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State'St
TAILOR
SPRING WOOLENS

WILL THE PERSON who picked up,
by mistake 2 English books in' 348
Eng. Bldg, Fri., March 25 please
return to Frances'M. Speaker.
.Ph-one 2236-W. 1116 White St.
TYPEWRITIM
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, typercleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
No. 9 Ann Arbor Sav. Bank Bldg.
TYPEWRITING and MIMEOGRAPHI'
promptly and neatly done.
Theses, students notes and college
work a specialty.
O. D. MORRILL
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
17 Nickels' Arcade
MILLINERY
HATS

BISOPWILL LECTURE
IN PARIS NEXT JUNE,
Paris, March 28.--William Warner
Bishop, librarian at the University of
Michigan at Ann Arbor who arrived in
Paris this week on the President
Harding of the United States lines,
will lecture in the Paris Library
school during the month of June, ac-
cording to an announcement made by
Miss Mary P. Parsons resident di-
rector of the school, at 10 rue de
l'Elysee. The course of lectures will
be on "The Significance of Library
Architecture in America." The lec-
tures will be illustrated with slides.
Mr. Bishop, who is accompanied by
Mrs. Bishop and William W. Bishop,I
Jr., will spend six months in Europe.j
Prof. George R Swain of the Uni-
versity of Michigan, who is a member
of the Near East Research expedition,
accompanied M'r. and Mrs. Bishop
abroad.
Select Military

F0R GOLFING, RIDING, HIKING, ETC.

A:=a zingdluctions!

Values.f.9

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BREECHES

SPECYA

Tweeds,
Values to
Vlues to

Herringbones, Worsteds,
All Sizes
$7.50.........$3.69
$4.50 .........2.49

In one lot we have gathered both
breeches and knickers and sell all of

Moleskin,

Corduroy, Gabardines,

Whipcords, O. D. Wool, etc. Were
$6.00 and up, no w$2.98 and up.

them at $1.98.

Spring millinery for women;
crate prices.
ANNA E WESCH
206 E. Liberty St.
Phone 1390-R.
RIUSIMA

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Ball Committee

We supply and put on the best qual-
ity calf skin heads on all makes of
drums and banjoized instruments.
Quick service and reasonable terms
at Schaeberle & Son's Music House.
110 South Main Street.
MISGE!4LA NEO US
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.
ENGRAVING
CALLING CARDS, Wedding An-
nouncements, etc. Orders given'
prompt attention. BIDDLE'S BOOK
STORE, 11 Nickels Arcade.
FOUNTAIN PENS
Bring your free Diamond Ink Cou-
pons to

Changes and additions have been
made in the persne of the com-
mittee in charge of the fourth annual
Military ball, scheduled for April 25
it has been announced by Jacob W.
Hostrup, '24E, general chairman,.
The present committee personnel
follows: Jacob W. Hostrup, '24E, gen-
eral chairman; Harry L Kaiser, '24,
vice-general chairman; Capt. F. W
Hoorn, executive committee member;
Ben F. Hausman, '24E, executiveI
member; Howard D. Clark, '24L, re-
ception; Paul N. Young, '24E, re-
freshments; George C. Weitzel, '24,
music; Ralph K. Super, '24E, invita-
tions and programs; Maynard B. Par-
sons, '24E, decorations;* Nasser G.
Damoose, '24E, furnishings; Phillip I]
Marion, '24, tickets; and John R.'
Rowe, '24, secretary.
"Hall of .Fame" At
Union Nearly Full!j

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us

Prices

Over

R ght now when you need them for the April
si. owers. We sell them at a reduction! Don't fail
tO - ,, prices
tO et in on this! The prie are ridiculously
low. Look them over.

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New line, latest spring styles. Come
in and let me show you soine real ma-
terial. Priced very attractively.

Suckers were $7.50, now. .. .
S ckers were $6.50, now........ .
Slickers were $5.50, now..:..... .
Raincoats were $10.50, now......
Army coats were $12.50, now.....
A Spcial---Khaki, rubber lining.
(Small Sizes Only)

.9.... . . ..
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5.39
4.48
6.98
7.75
2.98

.$5.98

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$24.50 and $31.50

Take advantage of this wonderful off-
er and come early.
HERMAN the TAILOR
802 S. State
FOR hIRE
TAKE THAT girl for a ride these
warm evenings. Call 1069-J for a
car.
BOARD
TEET'S HOME OF good eats. Board
oy day or week. 805 E. Huron St
Attractive House
South section. Seven rooms in a
setting that gives both exterior and
interior a "something different"
aspect without being faddy or im.

RIDER'SPEN SHOP
802 State St.
HAS SOLD THIS INKFOR
FOR 35 YEARS

RIDER

COSMETIC SERVICE
Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed 'Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
By appointment only Phone 1107-R.

With the exception of a few pictures
the Union "Hall of Fame" has been
completed, and now has a large num-
ber of pictures of Michigan's most
famous alumni. The gallery is lo-
cated in the lobby of the third floor
of the Union. Karl Robertson, '25,
assistant recording secretary is chair-
man of the committee in charge of the
"Hall".

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OWN YOUR HOME

The finest collection of Blankets in Ann Arbor. wool blankets, auto blankets,
steamer rugs, plaids, checks, stripes in wool and camel's hair. 0. D. Army
Blankets, large and small sizes in bed blankets--all reduced. Our better blank-
ets were from $51.00 to $12.00, now are from $3.45 to $8.63.

All you need is a lot and $300-$1,0}0 and we will build you
a home worth from $5,000-$12,000.

Call for appointment.

practical.
$10,600.

A home that attracts.

Several designs to choose from.

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ALL SHIRTS REDUCED

Terms

are liberal.

Phone or see

Ann Arbor Home Builders Association

L. D. CARR AND

Edwin H. Smith and Samuel Schultz

C. J. TREMMEL
17 Sav. Bank Bldg. Ph. 441-Fl
Real Estate for Sale
6 room house, new, brick veneer.
12 room house, fully furnished,

408 First Nat'l Bank

Phone 33851

Woolen Blanket Patterns, All Colors and Sizes
Blanket patterns, plaids, checks, in the finest
wool. Plain colors in Olive Drab, Khaki, Blue,
etc. Then we have moleskin, buckskin, and cot-
ton shirts--all reduced.
$5.00 to $.750 Shirts.... ". .. .. . ...... .. .. ..$3.68
(Blanket Patterns)
$4.00 Army Shirts ..... ......... ....... .. 2.98
$3.25 Army Shirts ..........:........" . . 2.10
Others at corresponding reductions.

FOR RENT

Ten room apartment on one of the best residential streets in Ann

in good location, will sell on! Arbor.

Ten blocks from Campus; steam heat, garage. Owner willj

easy terms.

sublet from June 1, 1924 to September 1, 1925. $156 per month.

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