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THURSDAY, MARCIh 12, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MCI-IOAN AILYPAGE SEfVEN

WESTERN NORMALSHDUP,
COLUM NSES ICOLU N ' N O N E P A O T S
in cas51h as i)Cl fl OJrCdlb h \s

MA-Y BE CANADIAN GOVERNOR

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'ti.e t j-:, d oU) ah"' e dvantaE 0ofthese teolunuzs', . jiuie will be glaad ti
11011) you limI4 your lost atie~s, to 11 (alla yoti sel or dm y hrua this niedinin.
Calli at 1Fetp;ess iildigwheree you iwill be givren incvdiatcand efhicient
sere Vice

TOR 'N 1,
IFO(R SALE <IlnicI1 sito. (Thndne1{
aan~2tages (oflmrge lot., goodi resi-
+_ daefOection, mlodIcrate cost, will
coflveniec, (X to bius and school. All
city ifhl'ovleent s. Phonic 551-11.
FOR SALE--With onlly 500.00 you
can buy a good six room house con-
venient to campus, I Pico only
$6,000.00. Call 2438.
WANT'lED
REFINED MIDDLE aged Anr i' Abor
lady desires lady compaion to touir
England, Holland, France, etc. this
June and July. Entire expenses
less than. $500. Write box 6;7,
Michigan Daily, for intervi-~w.
WANTED-Students to see our type-

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Wahtnaw District
$12,500
We, l aa ~e just ?Hsted al iexcellen~t
si om nt !unue i i lls$locrality
A Vi'w of the featuIres aare: Eu-a
r 11 pl('0 h1a1 l i i lg r00111 Wit h
fireldatT, 4. lsarge scI'Oelled 1po,1
.oft. -WItler lift am! siingle, garage.
Let us Silo w 3oU this icr y
desirab Ile propjert y.
C. LOUTS ANDP-?EWKS

itern Normal Players, of West.ro State .
e' Normal school here, as a prize for
I. the! winning play producedt in a p'lay
t Wri i ug con I est to (,,11(1 ay 1. (
Ile"tiion if, opY1 to everyne in the
st ate.
Typevwriftten manuscripts are to hle
suIbl ted to m is", Lousen c Iou Sseats
of - est(>rn Statc Normal '5C;irool;the
play miust consist of but one a'(:;
contestants' namies must accorr 1jany
inms crvt:, inn a.sealed n ''.lope. The
winnin tplay will he selected by a
committee of the faculty of the aiiove
namedl school, and -will 1)=, pui;h lv
prioduced b,, the Wester'n NormalI
Players.
BULTN ISE P
5 u M E l S E B e g V

'u'niaonjfly oan Display at
Guy WV6oolfolk & Co.
:t;sorth State Street
Ault Arbor, .Michi.
fists and Pattrns exclusives our ownt desirrn
~OI13~~#RPHY ~WHi2
WH I T E HOUSE & HARD
t NCOR PORATZD
"BROADWAY AT 4Th STREET 144 WEST 42N0 5STREET
METROPOUTAN OPERA HioiSE BLDG. KNICKERBOCKER BUILDINQ3
84 BROADWAY-AT WALL STREET

writer bargains.
sale or rent. S
University Ave.,

AGood machinos for
Room 2.

WANTrED--At enc:, Cxim cice(I girl
for general office work. Dickaphuone
experience (desrable- snot csn O
Box 75.

Iif I :I,'#C C}RConilete snnosess;ion hbu lictins,
resTuc:sday, will be distributed t()-
^""__________________________ day and t.}oorrow at the Summer Ses-.
sion and the Regist va;'s offieces in I a-
FOR REINT versil y hall, tan ]ida v bulletints wiil
_- also be available at the offices of all
V't)f 1 1 IT-- Ca ac, cement floor. other schools anid colleges.
1:319 Wells, near Forest, 1716i-b1 Aside from general announcement-,
the 206 pages of the bullet in give cont-
't 11ri'T Om' fron~t Ili te for tw-o. M)ete descriptions of the Various
Private lavatr~rx. (Oie large t rout° courses. which will be offered dluring
cCI ciii for v, steam heat. Near? the summer session. Ani informnal
081, pS.Very chieap. 337 Thoni registration blank is also included.

LO.)ST---Satu rday ligt between I1lie
Union and '",aslitellaw, a ,sltand 0of
red beards. Did not helon' to
S;wearer. Please call 1'325.
LOST-Fancy Duinlill ipi. N. S.
auditorium T1uesd~ayA. M\., fI ie'city
lecture. Reward. Call W. 0. liii-
debrand at Wxah 's Book Store.
Phone 926.
~LOST-Ladies gold wrist ivatchi, Ma-
Sjestic theater or vicinity. Rewardl.
S 9OlEast Washington, 2129-W.
I.LOST-Ladies wxhite golcd octagwa
4 shaped Waltham 'watch. About
three weeks ago.- Monograi 1-. L.
S Liberal reward. No questions ask-
9d.. Phone 843-M.
LOST-In January, circular mnosamie
breast-pin, three dlove design.;ll
fil igree border. Reward. Phone
526-M. '721 Forest.
~ USED CARS
S 1920 Ford Sedan.........$16 '0.
S 1921 Ford Sedain.......... 150.
1922 Ford Touring.......... 85.
q 1J21 Ford Rtoacdster......... 125.
JQRD SALES & SERVXICE
312-320 jE. hTuroi.
TAILORIS
A TAILOR-MADE SUIT,
S Will satisfy your taste, and fit
- -WILD) THE TAILOR
113 South Main St.
s ~ NOTICE j
fiOur mioderate prices make it possible
Ifor all to have FRESH IROMEI
GROWL' FLOWERS.
jANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
s122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
MARTHA WAS11lN GTON* CANDY
SFresh every Fridlay. Tice's, 119 E.
S Liberty.
MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and teach-
Ser, thirty years experience. Man-3
dolin, guitar, banjo, and chord
a construction Telephone 1791-M.
SNEW 51111-NV lPARTY DI)IIESSES
y for wee girls two to six years. Splen-
(lid designs and colors.
PIU('ES $.24 117039
The duality as good as the p rice.
GET E~ASTER 13ONNETS AND HATS
Lx.EARLY. WE HIAVE TilEILF
THE DE LAN) SHIOP,
Meckels' Arrade

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BEA 11TY SIIOIP.ES
IThroeeexpert niarcelle-rs. S ingl~e PEDMISSION 1GBA TED FO
trims. Soft water used at all times. nrc QV i
IIINATTIAREAUTY SIOPPE goo.HIS,81 1
(Above Cushing's)
j BLU1E IRI) hAIR 81101' Permission has 'een given by the
' 3NICI EL'S ARC(A)E-31 8 1Board of Regents to the RBound Table
club for the use of lill auditorium
'Permanent Waving and Mar(.Allag fo a speech to be given by Roberts
MACE ANDI C). La Follette, senator from Wisconsin,
3rd Floor Main St. during the last of April if arrange-s
__---- _._._.__ __ments can be madle by the senator,.
Shirley W. Smith, secretary of the
VARSTY SIMMES RADY nivesit, announced yesterday.
i ~FOR CO'.FFE ECE MEIT La Foliette has corresponded with
- ~Douglas Clephane, '271_, presidlent ofr
(Cnine fo PgSSx the Round Table club, and has notified
, ktrrtt and Papenguth. O'Brien of himt of his intention of making a
Illinois also is listed among the topi- speaking tour in April and if l)ossible
notchers while Minnesota boasts a o i ln ovstAnAbr
pair of excellent springboard men in
Fortier and Barnacle. The Michigan F s ~ C o e
divers will have an advantage in hav-IFr shme (l.fle
inp, already competed on the Chicago For Annual Debate'
board once this season, while Papen-
guth has appeared there on two pre-I
vious occasions.i Alpha Nui and Adelphi will hold
their annual Freshman Debate ,April
hIAVE YOU SUBSCRrnEI, YETI I25 on the question, ":Resolved that J
Judges of the State Courts should be,
EMPLOYMENIT FOR STUDENTS;_________
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
If you intend to work during the summer'I~
onsD A N C IImonths, it will pay you to investigate our prop.
osition AT ONCE, This work is of a religiousI
and educational nature for which you are spe -___________________
cialty fitted. Students employed by us need
n'ave no further worries concernmn< finances
for the next college year. Our guarantee as-Ler t
surcs you of a minimum of $30000nitho dance. Start nowv. Open
opportunity of earning several times thisi daily, 10 a.nm. to 10 p). m. Adult class
amount. Many of our student representatives! every iXpondiy and Friday. Fit Cmi
earned1 from $500.00 to $1000.00 last summer.
NoacapitaI or experience necessary. Write, 1-hour lessons, for $5.00. Eni oll nw.
toay f full particular; and organizations7E~ A E G R1E
Universal Book and Bible House DANING STUiO
College Department
ioio Arch Street Philadelphia, Pa.! 22 Wuerthi Arcade Phone 241-Ii
- - --Have your noon lunch.
'T E at
GREY "THE GREY SHOP"

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Dueo tel(ehstvle- Wt FRDYATRONwL
Ticketsn, $10HA 0M $1.50, $2.00
axcl asuplaaigu;iat heoBtheellinneryhofztimee ro-
P-ofea the p y i tuen of thi nnigas
ytter'stieofiate. oha-wle =F IAYA TR NO N O .
d Riead The W~oanDths;adsrRa Te.aly"Casiie"15~u

Canada nnay have a new governor
Baron I yng, Whose terms is dute to et
sidering res igimig. It is believed tha
other titles), is mosit, ikely to succeed
showvn above.
appointed by the Governor ,rathler than'etdbthPop."Tefs-
mcmn chosen to mrepresent Adeiplii a me
'V. C. B~ishiop, W. N. Clall. and R. T.
Savage wvho will uphold the affirm-
at ive side ante representatives of Al-'
plea 111 choserw to presenit the negative
Side are H.- . 1-hu llnter, Ellis Merr'y,j
amid Roland Sargent.

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See Our New
SILK SPORT SC-XIWS
$1.75 and upl
THlE QUALITY S11O1
303 South Main Street
TYPEWRITERS

SHOP
600 E. LIBERTY

Salads, Hot Specials
and

F~ountain

Service

On State Street or!
k any other street1
in Ann Arbor.
There is some one who
has what you want to
trade or sell or from
whom you. woulid like to
- buy. You may reach this
- person most effectively
through the w
r ~~Classifieds ( M,1
The Michigan Dailyj
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TYPEWVRITE~RS Splendid machines.
Best mnakes for rent or for sale.
Phone 342-R.
1-AMILTOMN -USINES2 COLL~EGE

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for confirming our ideas about what you
wanted in the matter of taxi service.
We have always believed that the public
wanted courteous service, clean looking
cabs, efficient drivers, and a low rate.
We give you all of these. Our rate is
35c per person for any place in Agn
Arbor. For real taxi service call

D~o You think~? Do you
(1o alvthilng to evan'.
moime) ? The on ranlifto
is of value and : holod b(o
adlequtatehvly= insure.

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