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FOR SALE
OR RENT-Dining room and soda
fountain, ideally situated and enjoy-
ing refined clientele, moderately
* priced. Write owner Box 19 Daily.
SAY BOYS-try a pair of Harry's
Moccasin oxfords, your choice of
10 different colors, scotch grain,
smoked horse, white-black top, tan
Russian etc. Very beautiful come
in and take a look at a special price
of $5. Made to your measure. H.'
W. Clark, 534 Forest Ave. Phone
3043.
COMPLETE LAW -Library including
Michigan Reports. Reasonable terms
Address Chester P. O'Hara, 3275
Lawrence Ave., Detroit./
DENTAL OFFICE in good town of 1200
population. Complete equipped, 2
chairs. Late owner, deceased, in
same location 20 years. Grand op-
portunity for good dentist to step
right into paying business at a rea-
sonable price. For further infor-
mation inquire M. 1. Nichols, at-
torney at law, Homer, Mich.
FORD TOURING, tires and motor in
first class shape. Bargain. Need
cash. Call Pollen 2 956-J.
HARLEY-DAVIDSON Twin motor-
cycle. 1917 model, good tires. A
bargain. Call 1114-M.
16 FT. Canoe and paddles, excellent'
condition, $30.00., Phone Saunders,
3191.
MOTORCYCLE, Indian Scout in very
good condition. See F, L. Colby, 556
S. State St. or call 18.
PIANO, Ives and Pond make, mellow
toned, good buy, $65.00. Phone
1608-1.
BABY GRAND piano, bought last Sept-
ember;, cost, $1,075; will sell for
$750. Good upright taken in ex-
change, part payment; a rare bar-
gain. Call 2957-W or 1129 Martin
Place.
REMINGTON standard typewriter,
$25.00. 934 So. State after 7 p. m.
TRAILER in good condition, roller
bearing, wired-in sides, very reas-
onable. Phone 1978.
AMERICAN oppossum coats, Snall
size. 836 Tappan.
GRAPE FRUIT-Carload direct from
the grove to consumer. 75c pk. or
$2.50 bu. Cor First and Williams,
open all day Sunday.
SPLENDID , HARTMAN wardrobe'
trunk. Call 907 N. University.
Phone 2272-W.
OVERLAND 90- $20. Fine motor,
starter, demountable rims, lights,
etc. J. 0. Coates, 1102 Oakland.-

..t1roach little conpetition from Snyder them in a meet with Weslyan a
H of Ohio in the bro<-0 ii-p and Doyleago.
;anfbe counted upon to place in the The Michigan team -was force
COLUMNevent. Lue of Ohio wilY he the other workout in the' field house yeste
CLOSES entry. Guthrie and Snyder will also afternoon because of the rain an
TI ING AT 3 PMcoilpete for h uckcves Th the high runners jogged around the trac
- ijump in which Smith, MacEilven, and > eep from stiffening up. Today
_McCain will he entered by Michigan. will take a light workout on the
Continuea from Page si Smith and MacEllven are both cap- field oval, if the weather permit
WANTED and Cook he should give Michigan a able of making 6 feet 2 inches when final preparation for tomorrow's
hard race. In the mile Michigan will pressed while Snyder has never clear-
A MAID FOR general housework. have Bowen, Mike Reinke, Hicks, Grif- ed six feet. Brooker, Rhodes, and Moscow, May 7.-Alix Rykov, Le
Must be good cook. No laundry, fen, and Freeborn pitted against Krei.. Wilson will be entered in the pole successor told a Communist ga
good wages. Write 1920 Fourth der, Kilpatrick, and Arnold of Ohio. vault and all three of them should ing at Nijni Novogrod he is opti
Ave., Jackson, Mich., or phone 2141. Kerider has run the mile in 4:28 3-5 take places. Ohio has no one in this over the Anglo-Russian conferen
during the outdoor season and he is the department this year and 10 feet 2 London, expecting an agreemen
6 Weeks Before Summer logical winner. However Michigan's inches took three places away from
mrunners will be in good shape and It's true efflciency to use
$500 SUMMER VACATION they should take at least one of the Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv. Classilteds.-Adv.
Call 233-J for particulars. three places. In the two-mile Michi-
gan will have Davis, Rearick, Calla- ; 6 llII i I 1111111111111[I 111111111111111111 1[I II 111111111ill 1111111111111k11111
han and Davis. Payne of Ohio is one
of the best distance runners in the ;
West and it will probably be a race GIN 'T Forget Your
between him and Davis.
L. B ABBOTT Doyle, Tidy, and Hunter will be en-
- + . .I tered in the .shot put wile Tidy, Hun- M O T H ER next Sunday
336 S. Division ter, and Alder will take place in the O
hammer throw. All three of the shot -
MISCELLANEOUS putters should place inasmuch as
- .Cunningham of Ohio has only been
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned. getting around 36 feet in his attempts.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works. Brooker, Hunter and Doyle will enteri:
Phone 50.- the discus throw and should do 'well1
against Murphy and Petcoff of Ohio,
FACIAL HAIRS neither of whom has hurled the plat- I
Remoe 'rAey bter better than 110 feet. In the javel-
RELoEdTeRO tLYSI in Groscho, Tidy, and MacCallum will
ELECTROM YISERVstack- up against Petcoff and Ashburn
ELECTRO-CO}SMEWIC SERVICE o ho
By appointment only Phone 1167-R.!ofOhi.
Michigan Jumpers Favored
ORDERS FOR Engraving should be Michigan will be favored to take all M other gets little in this world, ye
placed now to avoid possible delays three of the jumps. Hubbard will'=
and disappointment. O D. Morril,;
17 Nickels.Arcade, The Typewriter FOR RENT she gives everything
& Stationery Store.-s gv e rt n
FURNISHED 6 room house, south of
We now have silver chiffon hose campus, for summer or longer. Al-
in all sizes. so excellent 4 room apartment. Will d
JANEl sell the furniture if desired. Call Se dh rfo est i Ed t o
SINGLETON 2438 or 617 evenings.
FOR SUMMER-large three roo fla ted Plants, Roses, Carnations, Swee
CALL AT PARLOR millinery for fine completely furnished. $50 a month.
millinery. Also Teckla under mus- 1025 Packard, 3473-M- 'us or uli s.
lin which must be seen to be ap- i -------Jonquilseor Tulips
preciated. Mrs. Chas. Barrows, 331 5 ROOM apartment, $65. C. J. Merrill,
Packard. 1032 Vaughn St. Phone 579-R.
TWO SALESWOMEN for pleasant and FURNISHED house for summer, large GUARANTEED FLOWERS
profitable outside sales work. Phone lot, plenty of shade. Phone. 721.
2952-R. Mrs. W. D. Henderson, 1001 Forest
Ave.
DISHWASHERS wanted. 605 E. Lib-
erty. DURING JUNE and July, cottage at Get them from
crooked lake. Will accommodate
GARAGE IN immediate vicinity of six. Call 296-M or 2316-M.
corner of Hill and Oxford. Call
Webb. Phone 783. TYPEWRITINGEllR
SUITE OF OFFICES in Flint, former- TYPE WRITERS LA N D E
loccupied by Dr. E. C. Ryle, D. D.E of all makes
S., offices located at corner of De- Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged,
troit street and 12th Avenue. Reas- Cleaned & Repaired L O W E R S
onable rental, address W. C. Pierce, 0. DR . ORRILL,
1340 Detroit Street, Flint, Mich. 17 Nickels' Arcade
1The Typewriter & Stationery Store
FOUNTAIN PEN INK Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith Flower Phone 294 F-1
REMEBER .that Rider told you Dia- TYPEWRITING and mimeographing
mond Blue Black Ink was the best promptly and neatly done by experi- 320 E. Liberty. Branch next Arcade Theatre
fountain pen ink. Now you know it enced operators at c onsiderate
is good. prices. 0. D. Morril, 17 Nickels
RIDER'S PEN SHOP Arcade, The Typewriter & Station-
302 State Street ery Store,1111 1111

OAK ROLL TOP desk, bargain. Call j
296-M or 2316-M.
DRESSMAKING & TAILORING
Spring millinery for women at mod-
erate prices.
ANNA E. WESCH
206 E. Liberty St.
. Phone 1390-R
SUMMER HELP
SALESMEN TO represent reliable
furniture houso. High, class trade,
Tremendous possibilities. Room 302
Michigan Union, 4 to 5:30.
LOST
PHI KAPPA TAU fraternity pin.
Phone Jones, 366 W. Reward.
TUESDAY, GOLD wrist watch, Elgin
Finder please call Gertrude Fried-
rich, 1547-R. Reward.
PAIR HORNED rimmed glasses, Sat-
urday afternoon on Lincoln or
Granger. Phone 3208-M. Reward.
KAPPA DELTA pin with initials, H.
D. Call 2597.. Reward.
GOLD WRIST WATCH with black
ribbon band. Reward. Phone 1951-
RIDER'S MASTER pen with name C.
W. Beedon. Phone 437-J.
FOUNTAIN PENS
RIDER'S REPAIR SERVICE is un-
equaled. Real workmanship and one
day service.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State Street
MATTRESSES
KARR MATTRESSES
ask for demonstration of the new
Karr Spring air mattress, sanitary,
durable, inexpensive. Phone 2952-
R.
GRINDING
LAWN MOWERS GROUND
Most approved machinery. Work
guaranteed
OSCAR'S SHOE REPAIR
1114 So. Univ.
(The Sharp Shop Agency)
MUSICAL

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The VARSITY launders everything from
the lightest sheet to the heaviest blanket, from
the cumbersome mattress to he feathers in a
pillow case.

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra,-Frederick Stock ......Conductor
PROGRAM4
OVERTURE, "Bohemia........... .... .. .......Hadley
RECITATIVE AND ARIA, "Gerechter Gott" ("Rienzi") ......Wagner
SELECTIONS FROM SUITE NO. 2.....................Milhaud
ARIA, "M'appari" ("Martha") .................... ....Flotow
CHOREOGRAPHIC POEM, "The Waltz".....................Ravel
SONGS WITH ORCHESTRA......... . . .Moussorgsky
(a)-Serenade of Death. (b)-The Banks of the Don. (c)-On
the Dnieper.
TWO TRANSCRIPTIONS FOR ORCHESTRA-
(a) Molly on the Shore .............................Grainger
(b) The Irish Washerwoman........ ..............Soerby
ARIA, "Ossian's Song" ("Werther") .......................Massenet
SLAVONIC DANCES............ ...................Dvorak
FIFTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Saturday Afternoon, May 24, 2:30 o'clock

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Harold Bauer (Favorite Concert Artist)...............
Chicago Symphony Orchestra-Frederick Stock........
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OVERTURE, "Cockaigne"...............................~.Elgar
A LONDON SYMPHONY (First Time in Ann.Arbor).........Williams
Lento-Allegro Risoluto; Lento; Scherzo; Andante-Allegro;
Epilogue.
CONCERTO FOR PIANOFORTE NO. 5 E FLAT MAJOR ..Beethoven
Allegro; Adagio un poco moto-Rondo.
SIXTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Saturday Evening, May 24, 8:00 o'clock
SOLOISTS
Dusolina Giannini (American-Italian Concert Star) .........Soprano
Forrest Lamont (Chicago Civic Opera).................Tenor
Ticente Ballester (Metropolitan Opera) ....................Baritone
Cesare Baromeo (Chase Sikes) (La Scala Opera) ..............Bass
Chicago Symphony Orchestra-FrederIck Stock......... Conductor
PROGRAM
INTRODUCTION AND "HYMN TO THE SUN" ("Iris") ....Mascagni
LA PRIMAVERA (Spring) ...................................Respighi
FINALE, ACT II, "Forza Del Destino" .......................Verdi
EXCERPTS FROM "AIDA" ...................................Verdi
(a) Act I. Aria, "Ritorna Vincitor."
(b) Aria, "Celeste Aida"

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