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:ICP-1AN DAILY

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COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 Psim#.

FOR RENT
FURNISHED HOME for sume
family, league of six young we
or young men. Call 475-J or
205 N. Ingalls.

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,omen
write

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ADVE3RTI SING

NOTICE
PERSON WHO10toos gray top coat
from Arcade Cafeteria Sunday noon
return same to 644 ;Tappan.
R"RENT-Dining room =and soda
fountain, ideally situated and enjoy-
lug refined clientele, moderately
ricedl. Write owneir Box 19 Daily.
SAY. BOYS-try a pair of 'Aarrys
yMoccasin oxfords,; your choice of
10 different colors, scotch grain,
smoked horse, white-black top, tan
Russian et., Very beautiful come
I and takea a look at a special price
f$5. Made to your measure. H.I
W. Clark, 534 Forest Ave. Phone iii
'.543.
COMPLETE LAW Library including
Mic igan Reports.Reasonable terms
Address 'Chester P. O'Hara, 3275
awrence Ave., Dtrot.
DENTAL OFFICE in good ton of 1200
population. Comnplete equipped, 2
cars Late .o n e,.deceased, in
\same location 21 years. Grand op-
portunity for good dentist to step
right into paying business at a rea-
snal price. For further ixor-
' minatlon inqire MV., H. Nichols,' a-
torney at law, Homker, Mich.
SA XOPHONEl, Wuritzer, brass, Mle Narynw.Bgl.C-
~FORtD TOURING, tires and motor in
fjf at cass shape. "Ibargain. Need
cash.' Call Pollen 2656-J
AfAARLEY-DAVIDSON Twin_ motor-
cyc c e 1f- Pide, good -tires. A
bargain. Call 1114-M.
16 FT. Canoe and paddles, exellent
condition, $30.00. Phone Saunders,
311.,
'MOTI QCYCL1I_", Indian Scout in very
good condition. See F. L. Colby, 556'
S. State 'St. or call 18.
PIANIO, Ives an4 Pond make,mllow
toned, good buy, $65.00. Phone
108-I,
SORORiOITIES wNOiCE
.: FRATERI Ifi S NOTICE s
A vacant property is now vailable
f such sxze andl w use inlocation, ap
rie making t atra tive as a bild-
ng ste Qr has x ornati9
?,~urlshe to author'ied epresenta2~-
£ves onlT*4 zhil
L. D. 4(?ar t&C. J t#"remely
k3A2R GRANDpiano, boughtast SWit-
ember;~ cost, $1,075; will sell for
cjJiar~e, pat paymnt; a rx '.w
i gas o. Cll 297-w Pr 12 ~tin
Pliace.s
EMINGTON standard ypewrer,
$25.00. 934 So State after '7 p.3 m.
TRIAL z R ii oodcT tdliton rler
=bearing, wiredin sides, very reas-
onable. Pbne 1978.
AMERICAN oppssuni coats, Small
size. 836 Tapa.
I)RESSMAI"IN ,i' TAJL4JJING
Spring .milinery for women at mo-
orate prices.
ANNA E4 WSJ
206 E. Libearty St.
1'hone30-R
Exclsve clegi t styles for
young wo'enN b~wrk of all
dulds. Exp i~nedw~r ansbip,
MRS. R. T.JRAM
411, Thompson P1'hoe 2,8$-WY.
SALESMEN T O represent e iale
fuirnture ,house. High: class trade.
Tremendous possibilities. Room 302,
ichgan Union, 4 to 5:30.
LOCKSMITH

ALL KINDS OF trunk and door keys.
Lawn mowers sharpened. Keeler,
1136 W. Huron. Phone 2498.
FLOWERS

WANTED
A MAID FOR general housework.
Must be good cook. No laundry,
[good wages. Write 1920 Fourth
Ave., Jackson, ?Mich-~, or phone 2141.

ROOM FOR two or three.:-work for
1 man. Phone 1194-M. 422 E..
Washington.
FURNISHED 6 room house, south of
campus, for summer or longer. Al-
so excellent 4 room apartment. Will
sell the furniture if desired. Call
2438 or 61? evenings.

MEN WITH Ford cars full or part
timne. This is a good job for men! FOR SUMMER-large three room flat
iwilling to work. See Mr. Pascal,' completely furnished.' $50 a month.
3 417 East Washiington. J1025 Packard, 3473-M.
aMANUFACTURING COMPANY with l'OMMdr aatet n
branches in larger cities has an and one-half blocks north of cam-
opening for a graduate who is of pus. Available June 1st or 15th.
the executive or: managerial type Call 1848-W.
and has had some actual business 5 RtOOMV apartment, $65. C. J. M4errill,
texperience, preferably in account- 1032 Vaughn St. Phone 579-R.

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lug. No definite amount of experi-
ence is required as we are able to
place the applicant in duties suitable
to his previous experience. Kindly
make your application as complete
as possible and our representative
will arrange an interview with a
selected few in Ann Arbor. ReplyI
to Comptroller, American Gear Coin-
panry, 212 S. Horton St., Jackson,
Michigan.

FURNISH-ED house for summer, large4
lot, plenty of shade. Phone. 721.
Mrs. W-- D. Henderson, 1001 Forest
Ave.
APARTMENT. C. J. Merrill, 1032
Vaughn St. Phone 579-R.
T YPEWRIlTIN~G
TYPEWRITERS
of all makes

6 Weks efor SumerCleaned & Repaired
$500 SUMMER VACATION 0.a D. MORRILL,
Call 233-J for particulars. Th 17 Nickels' Arcade
TeTypewriter & 'Stationery Store
I Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith
R A.LL MAKES. Agency /Noodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
iIng machine, Line-a-Time cope
L. B. BBE} 'holders, rubber stamps, rlbtons.
336 S. 'Division cushion keys, type cleaners and stp
plies. Machiriesretdj
!MI CR*.fAgrEoits AN~N ARBOR TYPEWRITER
IXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust, cleaned: J No. 9 Ann Arbor Say. Bank Bldg.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50. I TYPEWRITING and mimeographing
promptly and neatly done by expert-!
Superftuous enced operators at c onsiderate
FACIAL MAIRS prices. 0. D. Morril, 17 Nickels!
Removed Permanently by Arcade, The Typewriter & Station-
;ELECROLYSIS ery Store.
ELIECTRtO-COSMIflTIC SERVICE!
By. appointment only Phone 116~7-TI A O4ICA).

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per anencYi

ORDERS' FOR 'Engraving should be
placed now to avoid possible delays
and disappointment. 0 D. Morril,
17 Nickels Arcade, The Typewriter
& Stationery Store.
CALLINGi CARDS, Wedding An noun-f
convents, etc. Ordlers given prompt
att~itio,. BIDLE'JS IBOOK STORE
11 Nickels Acade.
We n~ow have silver chiffon hose;
JANE
SINQL1ETON
~ SOtPS .
l USED CARS.
STUDEbAKER special six. 1921 bar-
gain, price. Call 2650-W. 417 So.
Division.
PERFECTLY priceless Ford touring,
so youing~ it hasn't a rattle; new
tires, new license, starter, 'demount-
ables, will sacrifice, 1363-J.
HLOSPITAL SUPPLIES
The Place 11Jere You'll Be Satisfied
HO0SPITAL SUPPLY- CO.
Geo. Glitzenlilrn, Mgr.
Makers and Dealers in
Surgical and Selentifical Instrumnents
Abdominal Belts, Artificial Limbs
Braces, Trusses, Arch Supports
S Experimental Work of All Kinds
Mlicrotome K~nives Ground and Other
Fine Grinding
Plating and Repair Work
216 E. Washington St.
Telephone 2964"Ml

TELATEST VICTOR records one
a wzeek, every Friday at Schaeberle
& Son's, 110 S. Main St.
VEGA TENOR Banjo.' Used but little.
" f38.00. Pay by the. month.: Univer-
sity Music House.f
GIBSON MANDOLIN, $18.00._ Easy
terms., University Music I-ouse.
A SLIGHTLY USED portable Phono-
rraplI, $20. Ujniversity Music House.
ENTERTAINMENT
"THE COLLEGE MAGICIAN"
Engagemetus Solicited from Frater-
nities, Sororities, Clubs etc.
'027, S ate, Phone 2717-R;
GRIN DING
,LAWN ROWERS GROUND
Most aipproved -machinery. Work
guaranteed
OSCAR'S SHOE REPAIR4
1114 So. Univ.{
(The Sharp Shop Agency) (3
FOUJNTAIN PEN INK
REMEBER that Rider told you Dia-
mond Blue Black Ink was the best
fountain pen ink. Now you know it
is .good.
RIDER'S PENT SHOP
302 State Street
It's true efficiency to use Daily
Classifieds.Adi'
Read the Want Ads

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Whentbe abit fs vin andcarefu~investing is estab-
lished, a long step toward, success~fn jfutu' ~eindepcd-
jence has been established. Newin ivestozs should be. sure
to startright by inv'esting theiV savings in institutions of,
pr xe wrh, ihadv edadirest paying record
ext iien edittiover aperiod of years.
$8,00000: I+Un 'eMSates- Loan Association~s
The U. S. C omptroller reports over thirteen billions of dot-

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lbars in the Savings Institutions of this

country,

of which

CORN WELIL COAL- COKE
SCRANTON COAL--ALL SIZES
E]npire, 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 BLOCK
Phones 81-Fl1 and 2207
Cornwell Coal-Coke

amount, over $8,500,000,000 are invested in Savings and
Loan Associations. There are now .more than 10,000 Loan
Comp anie in the United States, serving m ore' than 7,000,-
000persons. In the state of Ohio alone,. Savings & Loan
Associations are. serving 1,700,000 people.
Onl Lmied -Number of 'Memberships are Left
rfl re are only a limited nump, r Of memberships left in this
,so -ciatio-n. The growth of the Michigan Mutual Savings
Asociation has been rapid in Ann Arbor, but the books
will still be open for those who apply, within the next few
days.
Watch The Michigan Daily for the announcement of our
new Permanent Location in An Arbor.'

GEORGE BISCHIOFF

Choice Cut Flowers and _Plants
Phone 809 F-i 220 Chapin St.
"LOST
DUNN Fountain pen. Finder please
return to 546 Packard or phone 776-
R. Reward.
WRIST WATCH, E engraved on back.
Reward, Call Ilizabeth %Cody at

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DAY, GOLD wrist watch, Elgin
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Mother's Day, May 11 th

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