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f ine home and investment in the Barton Hills district. Will prove
and highly profitable. One or more acres may be purchased. A part
is land is in fruit and landscaped.
louse is modern. Has nine rooms; five on first floor and four and bath
cond. Lot is well 'shaded. We know you would enjoy a home like this.
is $15,600. Terms.
a~howinr o f'
Can a professor write a play?
THE GRAY MOUSE
Near the Campus
16 Room house in good condition, a wonderful place for. .r
ers, with a'6 root house on same lot--66x 132. The income
this property will surprise you-and the location is A-1. ,A,
WILD) & CO.
413; E.; Liberty Street
was written by
712 1st Nat'l Bank Bld g.
,1'r1 , f; . T T l l' C .
We i~ear £1111 3r.
'Warc pleased to offer a home of eight rooms in an excellent
16cation.' First floor : vestibule, hail, study, living room (fireplace),'
dining room, pantry, kitchen. Second floor: four large bedrooms, '
(all cross ventilated), bath. Attic over the house. The basement
is exceptionally good. The house is in fine condition throughout.
Price $1 7,000. If you are interested in a home, let us at least show
you this property.
* ' Near South University
A six room home in very good condition. Built about eight
years. Hardwood floors throughout. Fireplace, lift, large living
porch at the rear, sleeping porch. Closets are spacious. Attic has
hea~t for two rooms if one cares for more bedrooms.. Garage. Lot
5 'lx 154 with large trees. Price $1 2,500-$3,000 down.
SATJlURDA~Y, MAY 17TII
J1. W. IDiffee,
SCOTCH GRAN LEATHER LINED'
zz CUSTOM BUILT
and will be presented
Ann Arbor Playmakers
.iAJJEPENDABLE SE RVIUEf
' Suitable Places. for, Fraternities anxdSror#tis k,
Homes in best locations for Faculty Members
Rooming Houses of, Every Description ,
4~Apartments and Houses for.Rent
j? Insurances of All Kinds
PROPERTY SERVICE C OMPAS
IV. J. .JAIIOIA, TIreas.
H. L. THORNTQN, Manager
Whitney Theatre, Mayr 16.
701-2 N at'I Bank Bldg.
Potter, Alishouse& Richards, Inc.
TICKETS AT WAHR'S
First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
SOUTH OF CAM PUS
iiw 0, 1;
8 'room house, on paved street. Big corner lot.
See us for
9703 E. Unversity Ave.
Fresh fruits and fresh vege-
tables on our menu.
A distinctive place for dis-
Modern and in good repair.
Will exchange for 12 to 14 room house.
Suitable for student roomers. 'If interested see us at once.
POMMERENING LAND BLAESS
Beautiful seven room home with every attraction .and coni
fence, in .splendid residence section.
Sun parlor and sleeping porch, garage and driveway, si
trees, oak floors and finish, fire place, French doors, linen Ci
attic, laundry and cistern.
Aproperty. that should appeal to home seekers and buyer
506 First Nat'l Bank BlIdg.
j Price $18,000.
Part cash will handle.
444Phone 1404 ;u
The Mayer- Schairer, Company
,12 S. Main St..Poe14 i,
Phoe 104 . ur
Call ALBE~RT QREINER
House for Sale
WEEK f END SPECIAL
New= six room house at 811 Sylvan, near, Packard.
For appointment phone MRS. OAKI'MAN at 1460.
,; u ,
110 Et. Liberty. Street
CONNER'S NEW YORK
'w~est Paid Hard Work in the World"
IS the way a JOxH Hcoctc salesman described
his work. He is a college graduate and in five
years has put himself at the very top of his
business. Me never yet has called upon a pros-
pect without a previous appointment., The best life
insurance ,salesmen today work on that plan, making
it a business of dignity; such as any worthy and ambi..
tious college graduate can find satisfying to his mental
needs, and highly remunerative as well.
The man above. quoted is the John Hancock's
youngest general agent. This shows what college
g raduates of the right type can do in this business,
how they can build up earning power and at the
same time provide for an accumulated competence
for the years to come.
Graduation is a vital period in your life and you
are liable 'to hold to the business you start in. It
would be well before making a definite decision to
inquire into life insurance as a career. Address,
OF BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS
Sixty-one yea vs in bsiness. Now insuring One Billion ,SevenIiHundred
Million Dollars in policies on 3,250,000 lives
' Minneapolis, Minn., May 10,-By pro-
visions of the. will of the late William! A.
Sunda J. Murphy, the University of M~inn-j of
Open Sudy esota will receive $350,000 as an en- ;e
dowment fund for the school of jour- oil
Open Sunday 10 to 12.
Rm_. -A- its- In In_
VVTIC 1%JT" r T'llfl T A'T'1G'
514 E. Williams
Grand lRaplis, Mich., May, 10, B ty l13i. o i t.J 4T14 1: U J') J_ . I
.P.)-A conclave of 1,200 members..
the De Molay Order for Boys will
d here this afternoon when state
ricers will .1) elected and the meetingI Do not feel that it- is too late for you .t4 start and buiild
lae for 1925 selected.
-- new house just because so many have them all finished and are
l'atrouize Daily Advertisers.-Ad v,
____ in them; but take a few moments of your time, call at ourc
USE MAPELIN E SYILUI' ON PA's-
CAKES-WAFFLES--FRIEI) ~usI yDaily classified tar real results.
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Try it once.
let us show you how easy and how good it will'seem to have a
all finished and living in it, while the other. fellow is just thi:
It will be a real pleasure for you, just to say to 'yours el
your friends, "We built it ourselves and just as we wanted it to(
Ann Arbor Home Bldg. Assn.
EDWIN H. SMITH AND SAMUEL SCHUL4TZ'
You can't lose.
408 First National Bank 'Bldg.
Located between Washtena~w
Granger, has been :built about two yea,
Has large living room, sun parlor,
ter hall, vestibule, large dining room, bro
fast -room qnd, modern kitchens 4 fine
rooms; tile bath wth hower bitn tol
second, and- full. attic. Hot wrater heat.
House is of. ,best construction, p
glass in front.?
Can be sold on easy terms and st
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