Ti-h MaC:fGAN DAILY
AT 3 P.M.
LADY OR MAN to take orders for our FOR RJD
wonderful rose bushes, flowering
plant, shrubs, and trees for fall SIX ROOM furnished I
planting. Splendid-pay weekly and 15th to Sept. 15th at
easy work; no delivering or collect- Phone 475-.
ing required. Begin now. Write
r. Boone, Chase Brothers, Nursery- SUMMER HOMES at1
en, Rochester, New York. io Eight room fur
home from June
t 205 N. Ingalls.
nished, hot and
6 Weeks Before Summer
$500 SUMMER VACATION
. ~ .
r tr Harrv
r J . nacAy .
ur choice of
lack top, tan
. Very be
a look at a
V Library including
ts. Reasonable terms
r P. O'Hara, 3275
BRUNSWICK PORTABLE phono-
graph for sale cheap. Call 2384-M.j
OWN A CANOE. 16-ft. Oldtown
bargain, $25. Call 2680- M.
' REPAIRED while you wait.
soles a specialty. 0. G. An-
222 S. State.
-DAVIDSON motorcycle with
r good shape, good tires,
5. Three bulb radio, Brand-
i, Everett phones, batteries
). Kellog 215-M.
ALL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup.
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 86T6, downtoii
No. 9 Ann Arbor Sav. Bank Bldg..
TYPEWRITING and mimeographing
promptly and neatlydone by experi-
enced operators at c onsiderate
prices. 0. D. Morril, 17 Nickels
Arcade, The Typewriter & Station-
TYPING PROMPTLY done at reason-
able rates. Mrs. Hirsch, 551 Church
St. Phone 885-M.
TYPIS" with YEARS of EXPERI-
ENCE give the most satisfactory re-
sults. Bring your manuscripts to
us. BIDDLE'S BOOK STORE,
No. 11 Nickels Arcade.
A FEW positions are now available
to young~ women who can qualify
for our work, best of working con-
Iditions, meals at coat, with clean
work, permanent. Michigan Bell
Telephone Co. c-o Chief Operator,
Cor. Wash, and Main St.
A LADY TO HELP in kitchen. Must
be able to cook. 338 Maynard.
THESES TO type. Myrna Hartuff.
MEN AND WOMEN earn big mofiey
this summer selling. A useful articlea
,everybody will buy. Write R. A. Co.
9V; rr n-i" lin
MILLEN'S BUSY STORE
111 So Main St.
(Ask For D. C. Millen)
1 LADY, Music department. Must
be able to play. University Music
VACATION in country for College stu-
(lent. Interesting work; $210 for
60 days. Write Educator's Associ-
ation, Park Ave Bldg., Detroit, Mich.
GOLD WATCH charm with letters R.
Y. T. and name on back. Finder
please communicate with Box 126,
DUNN PEN on South University be-
tween University High School and
via. Call 2730.
cold running water, good bathing.
fishing in lake and river, artesian
drinking water, tennis court. Also
six room furnished cottage. Fine
automobile roads. Write 434 Pack-
ard St., Ann Arbor.
GARAGE, 1051 Lincoln Ave., near
Washtenaw and Hill. Phone 2011-
SINGLE AND double room. Garage.
511 Cheever Court.
$60.00 Monthly. Unfurnished, heated,
first floor apartment, living-room,
bed-room, dining-room, kitchen-
ette and bath. Will furnish for
nominal extra charge. Near High
School. Ralph T. Swezey, 509
"THE COLLEGE MAGICIAN"
Engagemetns Solicited from Frater-
nities, Sororities, Clubs etc.
927 S. State Phone 2717-R.
L. B. ABBOTT
336 S. Dirvision
East Section-Eight rooms-
sun room-enclosed sleeping
porch-living roomwth fireplace
-French doors-linen closet-
cloak closet-nicely decorated
throughout--attic. Good lot and
garage. $2500 will handle.
Exchange-a ten room house near
Tappan Avenue fpr a small
RINSEY & HELBER
Ph. 1194-R 413 E. Liberty St.
Try Our Week-End Special Ice Cream
Fig-Nut-Apricot Sherbet-Tutti Fru
AMERICAN CIGAR ST(
514 E. WILLIAMS ST.
This is a good buy.
MABEL A. TOLFORD
712 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Two blocks from campus on paved street.
12 room house-hardwood floors--2 complete batE
Can be made into a two-family with very little
lovely: honeas it is. Everything in first class condi
REMINGTON STANDARD Typewriter.
Excellent condition will sell cheap.
DODGE TOUR-ING car, god tires, per-
fect mechanical condition. Bar~-
gain if taken at once. $125.00. Call
2558 or 3469-R.
DENTAL OFFICE in good town of 1200
population. Complete equipped, 2
chairs. Late owner, ddceased, in
same location 20 years. Grand op-
portunity for good dentist to step
right into paying busines 'at a rea-
sonable price. For further infor-
mation inquire M. H. Nichols, at-
torney at law, Homer, Mich.
A NEW SET of boxing gloves. Call
Walker at 530 Thompson between
6:00 and 6:30 P. M.
RIDER'S REPAIR SERVICE is un-
equaled. Real workmanship and one
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State Street
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Removed Permanently by
By appointment only Phone 1167-R
ORDERS FOR Engraving should be
placed now to avoid possible delays
and disappointment. 0 D. Morril,
17 Nickels Arcade, The Typewriter
& Stationery Store.
SOMETHING TO remember--Wen
you secure your combinette, girdIes,
and brassieurs at the EXSITE
CORSET SHOP-Satisfaction is the
keynote. 109 W..Iliberty St.
of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged,
Cleaned & Repaired
0. D. MORRI1L,
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith
Noy Sirings within the air 'at iast,
Perhaps we'd all feel better
With just a touch of something, new,
A blouse-some hose-a sweater.
LAWN MOWERS GROUND
Most approved Machiiery. Work
OSCAR'S SHOE REPAIR
1114 So. Univ.
(The Sharp Shop Agency)
DRESSMAKING & TAILORIG
Spring millinery for woinen at mod-
SLIDE RULE.in Engineering Build-
ing. Please call 1360-W.
PI BETA IKAPPA key. Call 2471-R.
ON CAMPUS, May 2, a batik scarf.
Call Miss Deen, 2338.
FANCY GROCERIES, Fruits and Cold
Meats. Open Sundays and Even-
516 East Williams
Choice Cut Flowers and Plants
Best board with proper variety and balance at $6.50 per week,
or $5.50 without breakfast. Try our dollar dinner on Sunday for
only 75 cents.
Three Blocks From Campus, Only $S
Construction is :-=First story brick, second, stucco.
heating plant, heated garage, concrete driveway.
Varsity Lodge Dining Hall
61 1 Church Street
7 FranKon, uicago. Phone 809 F-1 220 Chapin St.
OLIVIA AVENUE DUPLEX
This is new; has 5 rooms and bath on each floor. Private en-
trances; separate basements; individual furnaces. Coat closets ;
broom closets; clothes chute; built-in refrigerators; hard-ood floors;
gray and white enamel finish. On a high grade residential street.
Priced to yield 6 per cent on entire investment in addition to your
For further information call.
L. D. Carr & C J. Tremmel
17 Savings Bank Bldg.
Phone 441--F Evenings 2761-M
COUNTRY HOME ESTATES
three nice rooms, second has two bedrooms, bath and sleep
Oak floors and finish throughout. Reasonable terms.
POMMERENING AND BLAE
506 First Nat'l Bank Bldg
Be Confused When Selecting the
Ground to Build
Washtenaw's Paved Road
offers you building sites unequaled on any road leading to Ann Arbor.
We are offering thirty-two, small estates ranging fron one and a third
to five or ten acre tracts. We will build a hone to suit you-All on --
YPSI-ANN LAND CO.
J. KARL MALCOLM
Mornings 1713-M-Home 1661-1
Six rooms and sleeping porch
602 East Liberty St.
"Where a Little Buy a Lot"
We wish to correct a seemingly current impression that building
sites in the Ives Woods Sub-division are very high priced.
Here is the ideal way to cut rent cost, Each floor is complete
in itself containing living room, dining room, bath, kitchen and two
large beolooms. There are two furnaces, two grade entrances, two
arages and a front and rear porch for each apartment. Oak floors
up and down, ivory and mahogany finish.
The prices range from $4,250 to $5,000.
90 to 100 ft.
Some lots are 200 ft. in depth.
The prices include
all improvements, curbs and gutters, sidewalks, sewers, etc.
Locatd i a strictly residential district where one~ apartment purchasing a home site, we invite you to look over this property.
wil rent for $75.00 a month makes this an ideal proposition. Your
own home and an income without the bother of roomers. If you How to get there. Go out Washtenaw Ave. to Austin Av
are interested in the proper solution of cutting down your rent to a block west to Norway Road, south to the woods. Ask us
MR. JOSSELYN with
%^ f~~t iw
S. E. Secti
601-4 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tel. 2072
Four rooms on first floor-
three on second.
512 FIRST.NATIONAL BANK
ANNA E. WESCHT
206 E. Liberty St.
usive collegiate styles
women. Needlework ofI
MRS. R. T. ICEAM
Thompson. Phone 2768-W.
One block from pavement and
One of the most
homes we have seen.-
-Vestibule with center
room. Large long-living
one side, dining room on
Finished in ivory and n
Refrigerator and storag
Very desirable new seven room home on beautiful street, in
exclusive residence section.
Large lot, 65x132, shade trees, double garage and drive way.
House equipped with screens, built in bath, gas heater, water
lift, cistern, fireplace, linen closet, attic, laundry, oak floors, ivory
and walnut finish.
In fact everything is the latest word in home building, and
cannot fail to please you.
Near Barton Hills Country Club on a gravel road.
room house has hot air heat, bath, and running water.
sists of an acre plot set out with some fruit, Ther
The lot con ..-_ _
garage and other buildings.
Three rooms on each floor.
Laundry in basement. All oak
city where one can enjoy the splendid view over the river is price4
). Small payment down.
with only $1,000 down.
and will give