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THE MCHIGA DAIL

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THIlS'
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

WVkiRTI SING

VIVO Q ATIV

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Y BOYS-try a pair of Harry's5 TYPEWRITING and mimeographing
doccasin oxfords, your Choica ofj promptly and neatly done by experi-
0 different colors, scotch grain, enced operators at c onsiderate
smoked horse, white-black top, tan prices. 9. D. Morril, 17 Nickels
tussan etc. Very beautiful come Arcade, The Typewriter & Station-
a: and tap~e a look: at a special price eySoe
f $5. Made to. your~ measure. II er toe
N. Clark, 134 Forest Ave. Phone' ORDERS F OR Engravinig short1d be
;043. placed niow to avoid possible dela'ys
and (disappointmenQIt. (0 17. Morril,
TENTION Fraternitt'e and Soror- 17 Nickels Arcade, 'Fhe Typewriter
ies. Owner leaving town will sell & Stationery Store.

h11eaph, Instrument
Must be sold with-
,6 S. Division. Call

FOR REN~T
fFURNISHED 6 room house for sum-
mer: 421 Benjamin St. Phone 2803
-J after 5:30.
FOR SUMMER or for next year, suiteI
with fireplace, to graduate women
or teachers, new 4iouse, with vapor
heat near campus. Address box 23,
Michigan Daily.r
summe ter. Mae yorree
ROOMS FOR STUDENTS during the
vations now. Call 1:551-J.
NICELY FUR:NISIIED rooms for elev-
en boys for summe cr school and. next
year. Phone ^)507-J. 517 Elast;
Madison.
SUITE OF OFFICES Min Flint, forme r-
ly occupied byDr E. C. Ilyle, D. D.
S. Offices located at corner of De-
troit' Street and 12th Avenue. Rea-
sonable rental, address fiW. C. Pierce,
1340 Detroit Street, Flint, Mich.
UNFU'RNIStI IND APT 4 rooms and
bath. Cori. East1 University and
Vaughn St. Mc Crurnb Apts Bldg.
Reducedl to $55.00. Call C. J. Merrill+
570-~R.
FURNISHED house for summer, large
shady ot. Phone 721.
jAT 311 Thompson, for May festival.
yrooms for four. 1198-,I.
IJSJC.A L
YOUR PORTAIBLE canoe or camp
Victrola is here. Cet yours now,
Eprices from $25.00 to $50.00. Schae-
herle Son Music ;-ouse,
fA FINE TONED Banjo-Uke, including
jCase. $8.50. See the bargain.Ilni-

CEIORtGE BISCHIOF

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F'IAYWElRS

1517-R.
HOT AIR FUIRNACE for sale, ve'ry
cheap. Firebox, grate aind jacket
new last year. 265-J.
MAY FESTIVAL tickets for _sale, cx-
cellent seats, 285-4.
HOUSE-HOLD- furnishings, inc luding
rugs, modern~ and antique furniture;
reed baby clb and electrical appli-
ances. 1441 S. State.
~SINGLE MIAY .FEST1IVAL ticket main
floor, cal 796 between 4 and 5 o'-l

Su per u otu
FACIAL ThAIRS
Rtemoved 1Perm~aanently Jy
ILECTFROYUSTS
MLECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
By ppontmntonly Phone 1167-P.
RUGOS SHAMPOO0ED' or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Wcrks.,
P hon7e 50.
Blonde-black-in edium auburn and.
dafrk gray double' mesh capf shape,
hair nets>,3 for 25c.
S U 13 I 2L ETO
Bigargains in Shrubs, Roses, and
Vi1ne:sthis wNeeks. We must move all
stockl in ouir nursery. Prices half or
less.
HARRIS SEE D STORE
Cor. Washington & Fifth

ChieCut Flowers; and Pla1;nts
Phon"'e 809 F-I 2201)Chapin St.
3I)IWrSSMAMN~ Yfx&TAILORING
Ex clusive tolle Gate styles for
young women'. Needle work of all
kinds, E-Ixperie-nced w'Irkmanslalp.
MRUS. R. T. REAMII
411 Thompson. Phocne 2768-7,.
ANNOUNCEMENT
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~LOST
A. BLUE BEADED BAG at Cap ;Night.
Phone 917-J..
LAUNDRY BAG, Pac~kard and State,
across from Fletcher's Drug Store.
Finder please call Slutzky, 2510-J.j
Reward.
GOLD EVERSHARP pencil. Call
F owles S11-W.
jGOLD WATCH, Chain, and comb,
rSunday. Initials M!. E. F. Call 22-1
20 or at Daily office. Reward.
_BELT TO WHITE silk sweater, Please
telephone Univ. 163-NT.
FRCATERNIT1Y PIN. Namie on back
k T. H. Pars,ms. Call 1166.
NE:AR CORNE,'R of Hill andl Fo(rest,
abot $10.00 in bills. Call 1767-11.
LARGtE(CANVASS loose leaf' note booii
either Fridfay or Satuarday. -Notes
valuable to ow~ner. Call Burnie,
I296 7-J.
A I; "NDL E containinig ;2"gray flannel
ishirt 5 at ball game Mlonday. CallI
!Nufer. 1460. Reward.
PAIR OF GRAY kid gloves with e--
broidered cuffs. Please call 1869-M
Mrs. Brophy.
STONE MARTIN fur- in THil Auditor-
i"um. Saturday night. Call 1555-M.
Reward. LCSII
\LL KINDS OF trunk and door keys.
ILawn mowers sharpened.Kelr
1136 W. IHuron. Phone 2498..
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OH BOYS!
Get a' pair
of our
Soft Calf skin
Brown
Moccasin Vamp
Oxfords
With
Crepe Soles
at $6.00

Ziefle &Nissle
4 Doors 'South of Liberty St.--on MiNJ:n St.
H-ave the Riht"Dope"
in Young-'Men's
Spring and_ Summer Oxfords
A- I Qualit y Plus 1Reasonalble Prices

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FESTIVAL TICKETS: one coure tick-
et~; three first, balcony Thursday
night and Saturday' afternobn; two
downstairs Thursday night, Friday
afternoon and Saturday night. Call
TWO MY FE S 1TI VAItickets f or
Wed. Thurs. Fri nighty and SaRtur-

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j PI MCAT NOTICE TO STUTDENTS
I am paying the best prices, from 3
!to $10 for° suits call 1677-W, or bring,
them , to 203 N. Main St. D. Mord sky. j

day afternoon. Call Smith.fitttit#t###Itt[lttt iiit
TH~REE MAY FESTIVAL tickets on Are you willing to worei You
Main floor for any concert. Tele- cnesl an$500 hssm
phonfe 214-J. ~. - ~ cnesl er 500 hssm
~FESTIVAL TICKET-S, .Thursday night, mri ouae
Fr'iday and Saturday afternoon. Our proposition is the most at- _
Phone 2235-W, tractive offer that you could wish f
TPWO MAY FESTIVAL course tickets:_ or
in. first balconyr. Call 3094, There is 'room for 25 more
~ PARONSTICKTS, ain loo students left. Will you be one
for Thursday, Friday .and Saturday o hs ogttejb
night. Call 1519. Phone 2334 from 2.5
WANTED 1 . J... Chlck L. R. Abbott =M
SAN USE two or three young men this I-j f -
su~mmer. Outside work. Position '
can be made to pay very well, WVrite :/=_
or' see -
Ifenry M eye ring, Jr. Sales M/anager)=Te e eli an o ~ m ##ttt#t~#trti#t~tIlttiil
727 Farwell Building
Detroit, Michigan. ________________________

versity Music House.t
NOTICE,
WILL THE GIRL who took blue silk
dress with a parrot embroidered in
colors on the front, kindly mail the
same to the owner at once, and save
herself embarassment of prosecu-h
tion.I

Ma !rian, (lauter of J. f'.
Wuertli, 340) L. William St.
Tcerrace Gardlen Dancing
Studio w,:ill be openf all sum-
mer, enroll before May 17th
for the summer course. We
feature Physical Culture,
MIodern and F'ancy Dancing.
including Ballet, Spanish
Tango, Classical, Oriental,
Character, Society, Inter-
p~retive and Folky Dances *We
aim to make each dance in-
dlividuial andI orignal, suit-
ale either for solo or class
(lancing. We specialize in
tecachiing children. Private,
Modern and Classical les-
sons daily 10 °a. mn. to 10 p. Mn.
(). C. PA1YNE', Director
-No. 2? Wunerth Arcade
Phone 241-It

IF SCI[lBE COMES
400 to $1,0 0

(Not House-to-House Work)
For Details, See
1). It. GORIAM-MICHIIGAN UNION
10-12 A. M.-2-8 P. M.
(We Guarantee $5.00 Per Day)

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Festival
SALE
Sheet Music, Graded
Studies, Educational
Music, Collections,
etc.,;
Greatly
Reduced
Prices

Warm Weather
Lunches

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teachers' supplies in
Michigan.

Delicious .5andiv jokhes
Tempting Salads
Cooling'f!Drinks
and Ice Creams

MEET YOUR.
FRIENDS EVERY
NOONAT TI#E
PALACE,

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1E IOR GIRL wants quiet room near
m:anpus for next year; faculty fain-
il preferred. Box21Dal.
ave -a side line requiring not overr
Mhour a dlay. With a, few dollar
ivestment and talig time nctcov-
ed by contract you can make more'
tan your expense. Call between 3
ad 5 P. M.," room 2, 2nd floor, 711 I
FRATE'RNITY PORTER wants part
time job during sunmer.Gal Cheat-
ern,1104.

NAT LUXENBERG & BROS.
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cA1xpIJ8 BOODa TY
Today and Tomorrow'

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Matde byPriceton. Inst cetor
h~c~diaRound Trip Stec hgfr
Od AlIExeases for 34 nyslf uop
,-xIS trip is fully described y
T n a booklet written b *
Professor Nylander of -/~ ~ 1
Princeton University which -
gives the complete itinerary
and itemized expenses. It
will be sent you upon re- -'
ceipt of the coupon below.>
Also the folder "'What'sGon oni Eu pen
1924" and illustrated liter-
ature about the United States Lines.
Steamship Fare-$8 5 and UP
Thousands of students and teachers are sailing for Europe
this summer in the third class cabins of United States Lines'
ships. Separate exclusive space has keen reserved on the
S. S. President Harding .- June 24th
S. S. Republc -- - July 2nd
S. S. Leviathan - - _- July 5th
Similar reservations have been made on other eastbound
ships and also on westbound ships (including the Leviathan)

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The extra degree of. smratness,
observable in our- suits for men and
young men, results from an inti-
mate knowledge' of their prefer-
ences coupled with unusual re-
sources in rich woolens, masterly,
designing, and the finest tailoring
known to the industry.
We invite you to look over our
complete line of Daniel Boone
Spring Suits.

for your return.
College women are invited partic-
ularly to make reservations on the
S.S._ Republic sailing July 2nd as
special third cabin accomnmoda-
tions are available under proper
chaperonage. Women will also
be especially chaperoned on the
other ships listed above and on
the return trips.
Third Class Cabin on United States
Lines' Ships Is Not Steerage
Third class cabins on these ships
accommodate 2, 4 or 6 persons.
They are clean, airy and comfort-
able. The berths have soft, sani-
tary mattresses and clean linen;

-water and {other conveniences
in each stateroom. The food is
wholesome, appetizingand plenti-
ful and service of the best. Public
rooms are large and inviting.
Ample deck space is provided for
games and dances. Daily concerts
are a feature of the voyage.
This is your chance to enjoy the
cultural and educational advan-
tages of Europe at the lowest cost
possible in years. Dozens of in-.
ternational events are taking place
in Europe this summer including
the Olympic games and the
British Empire Exhibition.

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At $25 to $45

U NITED STATES LINES
1514 Washington Blvd. Telephone Main 8032 DETROIT

The Stlore of Satisfaction

or Your LoCaI Agent
Managing Operators for
STATES SHIPPING BOARD

UNITED

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