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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LASSIFIE CTLOS
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

RARE OLD VIOLIN. Can be seen at LOST
Prof. Bilbie's. 307 N. Main.-
SLIDE RULE from machine along
TUXEDO, brand new, will sell cheap. Packard. Complete description can
1114-M. 804 Monroe. be given. Finder please (Irop a cavd
VIOLIN. I have a high grade or- Ave, N Eslan r, 501h W.Frs
chestra instrument and a good stu- Ypsilanti, Mich.
dent violin. A. Wicklund, 844 Tap- SHELL-RIMMED glasses. Phone 2532-1

TAILOR
SUITS
Cleaned and Pressed
IhERMfAN THE TAILOR
820 S. State St.
Phone 3341-M.

SUMMER hELP

Are you willing to work? You
a easilyearn $500.00 this sum-
ier if you are.
Our proposition is the most at-
active offer that you could wish
r.
There is room for 25 more
udents left. Will you be one
those to get the job?-
]Phone 233J from 2-5

FOR SALA
FORD TOURING for $45. Call Sil-
verstein. 1104.
ANGEL-FOOD and Sun shineo Cakes,
Order now for house parties,Cgrad-
uation parties etc. L. V. Copely.
212-14th.,
TWO SAXAPHONES, B flat soprano,
Buescher, B flat tenor, Conn. Both1
nearly new. Phone 2736. 802
Packard St.
SAY BOYS-try a pair of Harry's
Moccasin oxfords, your choice of
10 different colors, scotch grain,
smoked horse, white-black top, tanI
Russian etc. Very beautiful come
in and take a look at a special price

pan, Phone 1206-J. J. tIflESSM AKIMG & TAILORING
BICYCLE, Ranger, coaster brake, good ALPHA OMICRON Pi sorority pin. .Exclusive collegiate styles for
tires, $10.00. 521 Walnut. Phone Please call 2949. Reward. young women. Needlework of all
2316-M. -kinds. Experienced workmanshlp.
NOTICE MRS. R. T. REAM
GREBE receiver and 2 stage ampli-41Thmsn Poe2?8W
fier. Complete with bulbs, batter- STUDENT AGENTS-Important-We 411 Thompson. Phone'2768-
ies and phones. Sacrifice for cash. have a side line requiring not over AIRDALE
Romine, 871-M. an hour a day. With a few dollars
FINE SET of law books, The North- investment and taking time not cov- THOROUGHBRED AIRDALES
Fi estETl R~oraw-osth6.;)0rte- red by contract you can make more If you want a real dog for the sum-
western Reorter-cost $6.50 reduc- than your expense. Call between 3 mer call us at any time and come out
ed to $2.00 at your own terms. and 5 P. M., room 2, 2nd floor, 711 and look these over. They are 6
Mrs. G. H. Morrison, 127 W. Dela- N. Univ. iinths old, healthy, and well trained.
ware St., Grand Rapids, Michigan. MR. LUZUNARIS is conducting a par-F
T YEWI:ITY1UTJity limited to twenty persons to the If - NOTICE
West Indies, Central and South Am-
TYPEWRITERS erica sailing about June 28. Appli-
of all makes cations may be made to Mr. Luzun- Prico of Straw Hats reduced 25 per
Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged, aris, 1207 E. Huron. Phone 2134, or cent at our store right at the start
Cleaned & Repaired Mr. Patterson, 426 N. Ingalls, Phone
0. D. MORRILL, 16. of the season. Growing popularity
17 Nickels' Arcade of the cool and comfortable Panama
The Typewriter & Stationery Store FACULTY MEMBERS the reason. Bring your Panama in
Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith See "digested facts about Ann Arbor the rason. riniyor P ana
Hills" page 20 Sunday special edition a ea
TYPEWRITING and mimeographing of The Michigan Daily. Blcached and Reblocked with all new
promptly and neatly done by experi-t i
enced ouerators at c onsiderate trmmng):

R. L, Chick

L . Abbott

43

CATION w
Progressive
onalitY; g(
Vrite Educ
Avenue Bld

of $5. Made to your measure. H.
W.Clark, 534 Forest Ave. Phone
1111111 1IIIIIIIli1_i OAK ROLL top desk--nearly good as
ork for college student. new. A bargain. Call 296-M.
lady with strong per- LIVE ON FERDON ROAD, Steam
ood salary plus bonus. heated residence for sale. Four
ator's Association, Park bedrooms, modern improvements,
g., Detroit, Mich. double garage. Phone 3017-W.

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A GIFT FOR
GRADUATION
- Before you purchase your gifts _
for graduation look over our
line.
DARLING & MALLEAUX
I221 S. State
7 Nickels Arcade
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Read The Daily "Classified" Columns
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kforfiin-a
S NOYR H VNHIV R51TY i;
o II' u i r1
UNIVER SITY a
MICHIGAN ,
C-AMUS
-i}X
I Z 2RJS5T VE ANN ARO
--- no21 41X

WANTED
STUDENT HELP wanted for during
summer school. Apply now'. Ar-
cade Cafeteria. Nichols Arcade.
WOMAN graduate wishes cool quiet
room for summer school, in vicinity
of TIMJ and Lincoln. B. Avery, 1204
Hill.
STUDENTS agents to handle an es-
pecially profitable side line. Call 296-
SAGENTS wanted, very attractivepro-l
position. Call for appointment at
722 Arbor St. or phone 1597-W.
ITO RENT a furnished rooming house
for next school year. Box 29.
' TUDENT salesmen-We have open-
ings on our established branches for
salesmen with the option of taking
charge of a branch later. Men with
sales, executive and organizing ab-
ility preferred while a knowledge of
heating and ventilating engineering
x is not necessary, it is desirable. If
interested address D. M. Dobbins,
Sales Mgr., Marshall Furnace Co.,
Marshall, Mich.
BUSINESS man wants to rent des-
t irabie 6 to 8 room modern house.
Not too far out. For September
15th. Box 30. Michigan Daily.
AN YOU qualify for membership in
publishing concern? Cogenal work
honorable career, broadest field.
903 W. Huron. Phone 2933-M.
LOCAL AGENTS wanted, congenial
profitable work, immediately. 93
W. Huroin, Phone 2933-M.
FOJ$ RENT -
UNE AND JULY, frnished cottage
at Crooked Lake. Will accommo-
date six. 1ow rate, Cal 296-M.
SUITE OF OFFICES in Flint formerly
occupied by Dr. E. C. Ryle, D.D.S.
Offices located at corner of Detroit
U street and 12th Avenue. Reasonable
f rental, address W. C. Pierce, 1340
Detroit Street, Flint, Mich.
;.0OMS for boys attending summer
school or light housekeeping rooms.
Phone 2401-W. 943 Greenwood.
COMPLETELY furnished roomsNor
house keeping for summer months
or longer. 923 Greenwood. Phone
2863-W.
'UIiNISHED house to rent during
summer school.
EXCELLENT apartment, five rooms,
l and bath, completely furnished, light
roomy, airy for family of adults or
i group of women summer students.
$18.50 per week. Possession June 20
to Sept. 1. Call 2574-J after 6 p.
m. or write S. E. Buckley, 721 Haven
Ave.
OOMS for boys attending summer
school at reasonable prices. 943
Greenwood. Ph. 2401-W.
COOL ROOMS for summer school
i Phone 2401-W.
YEAR BEGINNING September 1st.
Furnished, unheated, six-room
apartment. Three blocks from cam-
pus, $75.00. Phone 196-R.
UITE OF rooms in private -family
for summer school. No other room-
ers. Three blocks from campus.
I Girls preferred. 423 Hamilton
Place.
OOMS FOR summer school and next
year. Phone 1194-M. 422 E. Wash-
ington.
1 SINGLE, 1 double room for boys;
summer prices. 1127 Church St.,
Phone 2951-M.
DOUBLE ROOMS and suites for sum-
mer school and next fall. 211 S.
i Ingalls.
ROOMS. 417 E. Washington.
LIGHT-HOUSEKEEPING rooms. Fur-
nished or unfurnished. Phone
2970-W. Ralnh T. Swezey. 509

ANNUAL and perennial flower plants
for sale at the L. G. Goss Green
House.
USED FORD. Has 1923 license. Will
sell at $70.00. Call 1482-M.
FURNITURE, Books, Weis mahogany
sectional bookcases, kitchen cabin-
ets, A. B. C. electric washing mach-
ines, mahogany and cane rocker,
bed-room set, small Wilton rugs
and rag rug. 1441 S. State. Call
3074-M.

prices. 0. D. Morril, 17 Nickels
Arcade, The Typewriter & Station-
ery Store.
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
1EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
No. 9 Ann Arbor Sav. Bank Bldg.
FOUNTAIN PENS!

WILL PERSON who borrowed tan
topcoat from chemistry laboratory
Tuesday between 11 and 12 A. M.
return same and save himself fur-
th'er inconvenience.

FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St.
lWhere I). U. R. Stops at State

-Adv.
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REMINGTON portable typewriter with
Spanish keyboard. Nearly new,
Call Black, 604 E. Madison, 1809.

RIDER'S REPAIR SERVICE is
equaled. Real workmanship and
day service.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State Street

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95 ELLIS HALL v CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Graduatn Gifts
ofi-
PYRALIN IVORY
Take Advantage of
Our
SPECIAL SALE
I June 2nd to 7thj
With Each Hair Brush, a Comb to Match Given Free
Eberbach & Son Co.
200-204 E. Liberty St.
I ADRIATN-.ANN ARBOR BUS LINE
(Central 'Time (Slow 'Time)
Leave Chamber of Commerce
Week Days udy
6:45 a. mn. 6:41 a. try.
r 4:4r P. m.
JA6. H. ELLIOTT, Proprietor
Phone ?6_I Adrian, Mich.

A PLACE TO EAT
In order to accommodate the hundreds
tors in Ann Arbor this week-end we invite
make our Tea Shop your headquarters.

of visi-
you to

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fILD j d

4znckeon
O pedaol

4f teirnoon ,qee
Parties 2wome-made

uandies

Everything you want when you want it-at a
price you will be pleased to pay.
POLLY LITTLE TEA SHOP
ON THAYEIl BACK OF ILL AUITORIUM

na.n,

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Faculty

Members

Badge of the present
Low Price is Like a
One-Blade Shears
It's absolutely worthless without the other blade, quality
OUR SPRING SUITS & TOPCOATS
Tailored at Fashion Park

We invite you to read "A Digest of Facts

About Ann Arbor Hills on
Edition of Michigan Daily,

page

20, Sunday's

14:

BUT

Don't wait to see Ann Arbor Hills. Call for ap-
pointment to see it today or tomorrow. We will
be on the ground (if weather permits) to show

Are Undiluted and Unequalled "Two-Blade Values"

One Lot

- 125 Suits

plans and details.

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"Broken Sizes To Close Out at Once"

$50.00 Suits While They Last............. .... .
$45.00 Suits While They Last...................
$40.00 Suits While They Last...................
$35.00 Suits While They Last ................... .
$30.00 Suits While They Last...................
$25.00 Suits While They Last .... .............. .

.........$33.34
.........$30.00
.........$26,67
........$23.34
.........$20.00
......... $16.67

Call 441 F 1 for Appointment

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