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THE:1 M'ICHIIGAN< DAiLY

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TIS'
COLUMN
CLOSES
_AT 3 PAM

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THIt~
COLUMN
CLOSES
IAT13 P.M.

LOST F0!'L?~iENT
LAST SATURDAY, large manilla en- S ING A D IOUBLE rooms for
velope containing questionnaires c men. Apy11CevrC.
importance to The hMichigan Daily,1 heve 0
Finder please notify lbusiness of kc' WE\J) 1ROOMS 1OF light lhousekeeping
960 or Loraine Price, 2949. n xjtvr i txrren 5 and 6 o~ 'clock

Has New Theory

flfltrhrlK Ntghe 50.o S . 2.8
kIK I; Wed, aI'd.
The Distinguished Coniedan
DEIV OLF ROPPER
In The (Great A rercan C4 'ordy
;i ly .J. C. .NvT ent nd Elliott NIIgeI11
THLE .N GE.NTS
1 ew 'Fork Cast and Production

BOARD
(Without IBreakfast)
FOUR DOLLARS
Ne it1aLaw- 1hI \

I

A DVERTI SING

DAILY CLASSIFIED RATiES
Charged at the rate of 12c per reading tine for one or two insertions, 11 c pet
reading line for three Gr more insertione. White space charged for at same
rates. Classifieds charged only to throse having phones. Ask about cnntracts
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;
ClassIfi4'4 Colum~n Closes at 1,. o'Clock boon, Saturday.
".1mmIe-the-Ad 'Taker'

TORTOISE SHELLI glasses, last
Thursday near North Boulevard.
Leave notice at 558.
CHAIN KEY RING with seven keys'
on it Saturday afternoon. Call
Hayes, 849-W.
THE LOWER"I PART of Conklin Fo1,n-
tain pnn on campus or State Street.

5:. 0 S. DIvisin
NICE SiTE a eCond floor.. An
1exceptioally w-ell furnished suite;
ona: first floo r. Can lbehad as sing-
les. Private, lavatory. Dormnitory
if de Tred. Students mrnrie(d or;
busines peop~le. Also garage.
422 I am ilton Place.

Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Ad v-

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Finder please call Betsy Barbour IAt', ,1TMOl)Af IONS for two or three
IHouse, me-n students Phone 1194-M 422
- i E-- HWashington.

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IVANTED
DIRTY RUJGS to Clean. 'Every. rug
cleaned with Ivory Soap by the
shiampoo method. Phone 1911 for
our truck to call. Rugs will be de-
livered when promised. American
Rug Cleaning Works.
AN EXPERIENOED fraternity cook.'
Call 1460.

FOR SAID.
' FIVE FULL blooded airdale dogs.
For information, phone 197 rii..g 2,
2 or write Fred Kleinschmidt, Sal-,
WILL SELL or rent large house with
accommodations for 24. Suitable
for either fraternity or sorority.
Splendid locatWon. Phone Mrs.
Marksman, 1680-R.

SALESMAN WANTED-Guaranteed IPPECIAL RIDING boot for ladies or
salary 'and commis'sion. Part "r ' Gents for a few dlays only at $15.00
full time. Apply 708 1st Natl. Bank made to your measure. ANN AR- r
Bldg. i BOR CUSTOM SHOE~ FACTORY.
Phone 312-M.
EXPERIENCED male cook for boys
summer camp. Inquire at Lane OSCAR SAENGER course in vocal
Hall. Phone 1693. training. Victor records, new, $l20.{.
ROO'MMATE for a freshman architect jCl 99U oeon
at- 1008 Monroe street. 1206-R. !ATTENTION LANGUAGE TEACHIERS
.., nd Students. 3 sets Cortina langu-
GARAGE IN VICINITY of 720 Church age records, English, French and
St. Call 1145-W. Italian. $25 each, regular price
$60. University Music IHouse. l
A. UNI1VERSITY QI UL to help wvith, ________________
housework. Call 2324-M I 1E'P E 1HELP YOU to select a car
WA -'-- RST for your trip home. B~uffington,
_________________________620 .Monroe. Phone 1118-,I.
QARGE:Firt cass ner SuthTWO ACRE farm on Washtenaw "New
Divsio an Pakad. all663W. University Center". Restricted. I
Karl Mlom,60 iet,1713-1
TYPE WR4ITIiNG alom,62 iery
~LL AKE. AgncyWoodt~o an Very attractive cottage at Whitmore
1Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add- Lk.Alfrihd odwls
rig machine, Line-a-Time copyan a garage.I
holders,, rubber stam'ps, ribbons and ~rlMlcl
cushion lkys, type cleaners and sup "Where a little buys ''a lot."
plies. Machines rented. I73M62ELbryS
ANN ARIBOR TYPEWRITER-

jWILL THlE MAN w~ho found Delta
Gamna pin please call 4:52 today. !A lIT o 2 4n for two or three( rJ
-~boys. 41 B, aV-ihington..
ShOE REPAIRING IY
Full soles a Specialty. Put on lasts ti)YU rg ou frcenn
and treed into shape. Made to look iS1I O'Lr st sfrcenn
like new. Give us a trial, or repairing during Spring Vaca-
Ann Arbor Custom Shoe Factory tion. Expert workmen. Every rug
534 Forest Ave. shamp~ooed with Ivory Soap. Set
_________________________________ Inside back page of Telephone Dir-
HASectory for particulars. AmericanDrP.Jwrk
I RugCleaning Works. Phone 1911.
Iug SEDI CARS Blood transfusion as a means of
Spring; millinery for women at niod- FOR TOURING, odtrs re, rejuvenation for old people is ad-I
crate pI'CS.lghtd irs, wineartrtin , perect vocated by Dr. P. Jaworski, eminent
ANNA E. WES'I mechanism. Will sell cheap be-FrnhPlsscett.Hsasht
206 Librty St.fore Friday. 121 W. Willvana fte by an injection into old veins of young
205:00bet.S. ftrblood having a biological affinity,
P hone 1390-R.___ _______ worn-out tissues have been revived
IOIE-TYPEW~iRITIERS( in a manner truly remarkable. Medi-
NOTICE_________f__all___makes__ cal scientists are investigating his.
Fisli Fish Fish j oug t ll mkestd Ecage, claims.
We wish to announce that we have CloeanedSold, RedpEaged ,I
openedl a first class fish market. 0. D. MIOR RILL,in r m IIt s I
White Fish..............25c per 11). 17 Nickels' Arcade
Perch.................. 25ec per lb}. The Typewriter & Stationery StoreI
Trout...................28c per lb. D lealer: Corona & L. C. Smith (Cniudfo PaeS)
II C tne fo aeSx
In fact a variety to choose from at I~NA R 4I ous fraternityr houses every Wednes-I
reallowprices. Orders (delivere(d. __________________ _dy
('~aiatimFish Market ly
609 Detroit St. WE KNOW how to dust and clean I
r ~Oriental Rugs. Call 1911 for our No postponement games will be al-
CA_ N AD, edn n truck. American Rug Cleaning lowed in the league this. year. All!I
nouncements, etc. Orders given oks games not played because -of bead
prompt attention. BIDU)E'S BOOK ;PEntries are now open for the All- weather will be played after the rest
STORE, 11 Nickels Arcade. campus singles andt doubles horseshoe of the schedule has been completed.
WOMEN to know you can buy dishes, to aet Managers of independent and soc-
kitchen wares, and notions at your; ety playground baseball should call
own figure. Visit our Sale to raxn I- at the Intramural office'to sign uip
all this week. Closing out all j -mditey
hOMElI SUPPLY STORE lii te s ide BIA~i' COVER of Managers of classhadaltem
209-211 East Washington St. I Yotir T Ii'11 PIONE B11OK. I are also expected to sign. up in the
Ann Arbor _________________ near future.

Tales n
our .Letters ..z
Tell'

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Of

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You. have an "individual" handwriting 'style. Your letters
tell your 'character and temperament to one who knows
how to read them.
"Through the Eaton, Crane & Pike Company we arc able
to offer the service of individual character readings. by an
authority at a nominal cost to all users of
CRANE' S LINEN LAW ,N
EAT ON'S HIGHLAND LINEN

Let us explain this service.

0. D. MORRILL
17 NICKELS ARtCAD)E
The Typewriter and Stationery Store

EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown*
No. 9 Ann Arbor Say. Bank Bldg.
TYPING DONE during spring vaca-
tion. Special 'rates. Leave work
at Student- Supply Stor-e, Graham's
(E. University), ;Slaters or call;
2096-J.-
All Jokes a side 'ornfe in and get a
real Honest to Goodness pair of shoes.
made to your ordter. - From $8.50 and I
up.
ANN ARBOR CUSTM SHOE
RUGS SHA1\WOOED_ or bust cleaned.,
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.,
Phone 50.
Supierfluous
Removed P1ermaniently by
EETROLYSIS
ELECTRO-CpOSMETIC SERVICE
Bly appointmn~t only- Phone 1107-R.
NORWALK-ELYR IA:Driving to Ob er-
lin ,Ohio, Saturday April 12. Re-
turning April 20. Can take 3 pass-
engers. Phone 1158-M at 6:30 p. ni.
AV I CAN DECORATE your house or
fraternity properly. See us or, call
1170-R. The Artcraft Shop, 916 E.
'(Washington St.
Knit to fit

CANOE, 17 ft. Morris, full mahogany
4deck. Complete equipment and can-
Soe cover. Call Tendoll, 2769-M.
-NOTICE TO Fraternity in the best
building sit to be had, only, six
blocks east of camnpus. 132 foot
frontage on Oswego, paved street,
fbetween Hill and Geddes, overlook-
ing the Huron Valley. See phis be-
fore you buy. Herman Folske.
HOUSE MANAG~ERS
RUtGS are to a home what, wothes
are to a man. Send the rugs from
Syour house here for Spring Reno-
vating. American Rug Cleaning
Works. Phone 1911.

AFTER VAGATIQN7
Where are you going to board? ,You will get tiele est meals
with proper balance and variety, and save mn-i ey i inehe argain.

Varsity Lodge Dining,-)Hall
611 Church Street

P

BURSON

Fashioned hose without a seam
$100
THE EXQUTISITE CORSET SLOP
109 E ILiberty
FOUNITAIN PENS
F~OUNTAIN P~EN INSURiCE,
Have your namne enigraved on your
pen~ or pencil, price 25 cents Buy n4
tionally known fountain pens aiad ink
from
0. D3. MORRW....
17 Nickels' Arcade,
and forget your troubles
HAVE YOUR rugs cleaned during va-
cation by the shampoo niethod.
American Rug Cleaning Works.
Phone 1911 for particluars.
MUSICAL
NOW IS the time to get your portable
Victrola for the canoe trips. See
Schiaeberle & Son, 110 So. Main St.
rr-,vacation.
rreparatios
During the rush and bustle
of vacation activities you
will not care to take time out
for that

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SATURDAY, APRIL

12

'"CHARLES TFROHMiAN'
j r'esenrsk
(IN PERSON) .
11v S/L/SBL/RY F/ELD'S t
I SAAS/~v//O STAGE COMVEDY 1117A
ATAIL NOW

The. new "English " Clothes we have Just
receive d from Stratford are the finest
we have ever shown
They're great clothes these new English styles. They're
the most distinctive, the best looking, the smartest cl~othes
ever designedk for the college man. The fellows that have
seen these new 'things that have just come in are more than.

"Superior Seri-ice"
$6.50 PER WEEK; $5.50 WITH OTBLREAKFA ST

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Enclose Self-Addressed Envelope
PIlCE S-Lower Floor, $2.75. Balcony $1.10,
ALL SEATS RESERVED

$1.65, $2.20

enthusiastic. We are now offering for

your approval an

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Famous Butter. .... ..... ,. , ... . . 44e
Shredded Wheat *........,... ..lOc
Toilet Paper (Waldorf or Fort
Orange) 3 for 25c or 13 for..... .1. o

extensive showing in which the new Powder tints predom-
inate: blues, tans, greys; the light shades are mighty good
looking. Stratford tailoring gives them their smart style---

two and three button coats; short

vests;

extremely

wide

trousers.

Drop in today and look thorm over

FRED

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GROSS

SHAMPO
or
MARCELL

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