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~~IJCOLUMN L S I RM
AT PM.AD ERISNGAT3 .M
it ?1 Ai-1i:W -hi advertising is for your. benefit, and you
are iii'gedlto take idvantage of these colrons. Jimmie will be glad to
help you (ini your lost articles, to helcp you sell or buy thru this miediumn.
('all at the Press building' where you will be given immnediate and efficient
serlvice,
NOTICEI WANTED
WIL 5.111E .PERSON ii-)H O OK I WANrTD-Secretarial position in
'.J]JE COPPER illP Il FOM University by Michigan graduate
T[IE V('A t 'N 01, URE TURN IT with experience on campus. ne-
'1t? 13(BX 8 S IMli~N I)AIL1Y ply to Box 78.

rTHE MICIGAN DAILY

'PACR. SEVEtN

Exterior Beauty
'wth.
Intferioca
Convenienice
This, eight roonm borne, Is all
ihai anid more. The first floor
11it1 its study, living roam,, din-
ing room, andjIdtc hen all easily
accessible from. oneil l1, - is a
model of room arrangement.

AmericanCigar

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REAL ESTATE

514 East William St.

$6,0 00. 00

Cigarettes

Cigars

Tobacco

Dunhill Pipes

Gilbert Chocolates

Ice Cream
See, Our
TABLES

]' u- large tbed ,rooms and
(qoniplete the -second floor

rbathi
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You Should
BILLIARkD

Q UEFST IONS.
Our moderate prices mnake it possible
for all to have FRESH HOME
GROWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone 16301
T ii iewrililugand Mieogriphing
promlty andl neatly (lone. Sixteen
years experience among Michigan
stu den ts.
t). ). CIO I1 ITI.L,
17 Nickels Arcade
31ARIt~lA ASH INtAION CAN DY
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119 E.1
Liberty.
See W',indow Display for
S l'R IN (G JE EL
andI
IANCY WORK
at
PALAIS ROYAL
149 L.Iiberl y.
II EAR OUR LAT EST RiEC'ORDS A S
PL1AYEDI)BY C('Ilhh1F'IliWAIIS
(ION N IUUSIC 8S1101'
Rugs shampoI]oed or dust cleaned.1
Ann Arb~or Caripet Clecaning Works.
Phone 5W.
Cornpacts, watches and picture
frames of the most exquisite jewelry
select ions. These are espec ially
p~ricedi for the, spring sea son.
ARIN 0 I,)
State Street Jleweler

LOST-A pair of 'shell rimmed glasses1
in Senior March from Union to
WVhitney. Finder please return to
Martha Cook.
LOST-In January, circular mosaic
breast-pin, three dove design, fil -.
ire'border. Reward. Phone
I AST-Smnall diamond shaped pin
with letters G. C. C. Phone 885-M!
ask for Schaiberger.j
1Don't delay-Pay your Subscription'

Afew of the features, are l ire-
ph, ces ill living roomi and study,
flie floor in study, extra, toilet
and lavatory on first, and second
floor, water softener lndl Iwo-
car garage.
For farther information call
111. JOSSELYN
ith
C. Louis Andrews
REALTOR
512 FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Tel. 30064 Evenings 2811-W

This is the very best six room house
*we have ever seen offered for this
money. We believe that $7,000.00 is
nearer a true valuation of this place.
It is conveniently ┬░located both as
to the cam-pus and down town.
The hall and the three rooms on
the first floor are entirely in oak.
The hal and three rooms on the
second floor are in the best southern
pine we -have seen.
Holland furnace and laundry con-
veniences in the basement.
41,000.00 is all that is required for
,the down payment, and, we' believe
th1is 'house wfll sell for $7,000.00 be-
fore fall.
GORTON REAL E
Room 3, Wtertpi Arcade

Nine Rooms--Furnished
$12,0)000
Located most conveniently for a
home, and for securing an income
from students.
Paved street convenient to the. cam-
pus. Plenty of shade.
Virst floor is entirely in oak. Has
a large reception hall, 12x20 living
room, good dining room, kitchen and
bed room with closet.
Mive┬░ single roams 'on the second
'door, each large enough for two stu-
dents:~ All students sleep in the large
dormitory on the third floor. Student
tncome, $170.00 per month.
All the student furniture, including
,that in the Fdormn with bedtsanid bed-
(ding is, included.
Possession. will be *given at any
time to suit the purchaser.
ESTATE AGENCY
Pone 248--Evenings, 661.W

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The DeLano Shop
4 NICKELS ARCADE
Our line of dresses is now complete in sizes 2 to 14 years.
Guaranteed colors and .workmanship. Smart models.
Sweaters in sizes 3 to 12 years. Slip-overs.
Hats that you have not been able to find in Ann Arbor before
are in now. Crepe de Chine bonnets for the babies and "tops for
tots"-2 to 6 years. Older styles fo rgirls 6 to 14 years.n
Easter gift novelties. Select early.
Phone 2963-R

USED CARS
USED CRDARGAINS
For those who appreciate a selected group
of the best used cars.
1923 Essex touring
1923 Ford Sedan
I1922 Oldsmobile
1919 Oakland touring
1923 Haynies Sport
1923 Studebaker -Big six touring
1920 Essex Four roadster--new paint
,I job -fastest car in town
11922 Oldsmobile Four touring-ne w
top, new paint job, new side
curtains--motor just overhauled
1921 Huidson Sport touring-mlotor
just overhaule-good shape
1924 Nash Four - new paint job - dis
wheels-like new
Fords, $50 and up
IHUDSON SALES SERVIC E
310 East Washington

SOUTH UNIVE RSITY AVE. HOME FOR SALE
Seven rooms-modern in every respect. Oak floors .and oak
,finish throughout.' . Tile bath with built-in tub. Steam heat, fire-
place, French doors, etc. Large lot and two-car garage.
This home must -be sold apt once.
Call MA, WITHAM
Ann Arbor Realty Exchiange,
Phone 866.- . 'ia ndEei'g,3290
WA(',IT ANN ARBOR CRtOW
Owner will conwider t re de
for smaller house in good
residenmtial section
1515 Cam bridg e Road
-Living room, 14x-28; dining room, 14%Ax21; imported marble fi'replace';
large ;sun room (includes fireplace) ; library,; kitchen; four large bedrooms,
heatedl sleeping porch, linen colosets; bath complete 'with tub,' showv44, foot
bath, etc.; room, for servants' quarters on third floor; den in basement.
Recently dlecorated. Contains. every Amodern convenience. Vapor steam
heating plant. Double garage. B~eautifully develped grlonnds. Price has
been greatly reduced for an early sale, By appointment only.
IFor further information or for an appointment, call

'SjECIAL

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Try our
Rewpee
S. nd1ivics
Hamburi ig
Chicken
Clheese
We deliver

HIARGIS JB()I'l RY, DI;IAVERTII AR-.
CADE. Gct a pair of those light
tan smooth leather oxfordIsfor that
spring suit. The bind that Ray has
in the Wuerth Theatre Arcade. Buy
them from him and save money.
'Your choice $4.50.
TAILORS
A TAILJOR-31AIE SUIT
Will satisfy "your taste, and fit
you best.
WILD THlE TAILO)R
113 South Main St.
SPITS
$25-$30-$35
HIERMAN THlE TAILOR
802 South State Street
- BEAUTY SHIOPP'ES
Three expert marcellers. Shingle
trims. Soft water used at all times.
l)IMATI A 1BE1AUTY SIIOI PE
(Above Cushing's)
BLtU"EBIRD I)hAlI.RSHOP
5 IC tKEL'S ARICAD)E-:3168
Permanent Waving and Marcalling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
A 11) N 3 AFOR SALE
ADII~ 3I1CII INES, TYPEW1'iT1ERtS
I'Ll1AN('ES, SUPPLIES
0. 1). i1IORRILL,
17 Nickels Arca-de
FOR) I SAIE--An eight room :house
convenient to the' Campus. Two
bedl roomsi on the first floor. Doub~le
garage. Owner has left the city,
andl is offering this property for
$8,000.004. -('all 2438.
FO)R SALE ---Buesche r B-flat tenor
ax4 years old. Very little used.
in 'irly goodl as new. Chance to save
$',:) on a first class sax. 'Terms. Call
(Ceo. Greene, 3595-J after 6:00 P. M.
1 008 Cornwell P'l.
FOR SALE
Four M\-ay Festival coupons. Caill
'111: W I.11111,1E1 Is
Phonie 866
For Typewriter Repairing
(aill makes)
F), 1,er in Wood stock tyvpewritecrs.
Si an('ai'd and ,Portable adding mia-
c:hinies. --
Am~i i'i rborTypvs raterIExcliang'e
" Y1 iiii '!V I Tui RS hijg
IL. C. Smith, Undlerwood, Royal,f
Remington, rebuilt, and second hand

Light, Wool
SPRING SUITS
$37-00
T WO PANTS
"13u1ilt to Fit"
TB. LYONS
Williams at Maynard

j -MRn. NEWTON 'Willi
CHARLES - L.'BROOKS
REALTOR
215 First National Bank . uilding-
P~hones 315-3552

Even4ug4 2446

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Jefferson City, Missouri.
The next number wvili be
Tree 'clock in the Morning
Played by
Harry M. Snodgrass
(King of the Ivories)
Get It Today.
Brunswick Re6cord No. 2850
at the
*STOFFLET PHONO SHOP

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SVEN ROOM HOUSE ,J

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1921 Ford Touring, down payment $40,00;

616 East Liberty St.

1 10 East Washington St.

1920FordTourngdownpaymnt $0 ty
1921 Ford Touring, down payment $35. 00;
19218 Ford Touring, down payment $1..0
1917 Ford 'R'unbu, down Pay ment$15.0
1916 Ford Runabout, down pament $0.00

$12,500
$1,00
DOWN
PAYMENT

1This very pleasant home is located on
one of the best residential streets in the
city, and has five minute bus service.
I~First dfoor has vestibule entrance, large
living room with fire place, built in
book cases;, French doors, dining room,
sun room and kitchen.

NOT ORIGINAL
We do not claim credit
for originating the slogan
"Dodge Brothers Dealers
Sell Good Used Cars."
But we do claim to be
doing our part to impress
the world with its trifith-

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1922 Ford Runabout, down payment $4.0'
1921 Ford Coupe, down payment $70.00

Three rooms and bath on second floor.
Lot is 50x]35 and has several kinds
of fruit trees and -all kinds of shrub-
bery. Also double garage.
The location is ideal for schools and
p
uiniversity.
MRS. GUSTINE

835F'-1

1 790-R

Phone 727

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