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THURSDAY, MAIICTII2,t

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY -PACE SR VEXN

WAR rF~iCE EXAMINES
THISM LITIS8 F 0 E COLUMN
sLopE COSE MLT9AP8PST
AT LIN n r c o i e aAr_ Df U .

INS

London, "larch 25.-The fling andi
Queen have decidled1t) hold four courts
0t Buickinghamn Palace. May 21 andl 22 i.'" rcutrog
and June 25 and 28. ;~ ieoe o.Piae
Li sing, -icih., March 25.--\V4ork les~sonsb daily, both modern -
w as to start todlay on clearing the and cascl dl ls
every elMil.onday andulFriday. as Fifteen
site for the construction of the new 1-hour class lessons for $5.00. Free
I lotcl Olds, a community project. (lanciug, 8:30 to 10 p. Mn.

DEster

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lwlp you find your lost 4,01
('~ilat lithePress building i"~
service.
N~OTICE
VICTOR RECORD
B it
Another Whiteman I+eti
The~( Only One for MVe
Lucky Kentucky
Conmc in and ar'
UNIVERSITY MUSIC IT
JIbarlis Booih cry Shlop wierd.
"C'omparison is the Safest
Compl)1etc your ed uc(ati
C;x,1'ED I,[UATOR SH
Our moderate. prices make It
for all to have FRESH]
GtO WN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL
122 F,. Liberty. Ph
m~IAWFIlIAWASHlINGTON
Fre'hevery Fri day. Ti ce's
Liberty.
'o'nwcet, watcheis and
fu:ames of the mlost empquisit.
r i e ctionts. Tlhese ore8 1 c
priccdi for theo spring sense<o
A :1t N" 0 11)
Sf ile Street .C*i
14k6 I. iery St. 3vlmo

Washington, Mlarch 25.-(By A.P.)s
-'Tlis advertising is !or your benefit, and you -Wa departmnent officials are mak-
,e of these (oluums. Jinimie ~will be glad to ipg a careful investigation to dleterun- -
tices, to help you sell or buy thru this mediunm. ine the effect upon national guard ef-
here you will be given immediate and efficient ficiency andl training that mnight re-
sult from denial to the guards of the
---- deficiency appropriation of $1,332,{000
?TAILORS ; for armory drill 'payments between
A----IIOR1AD-suir now and June 30.
A TALOR-RADESUITPresident Coolidge has directed-
Will satisfy your taste, and fit that, pending study of the question,
you best. no allotment shall be made nor ex-
WILD THlE 'TAILOR penditures authorized under that ap-
tiure 113 South Main St. propriation which was in excess of,
budget recommendations to Congress.
13EAU'TY SHIOPPES The war department examination of
19584 the situation seems likely to touch up-,
on legal aspects to the question as
Thre exertinacellrs.Shiglewell as to dlevelop the degree to which
trims. Soft water used at all times.
I C efficiency of the state troop~s might
1)IMA'I'TIA BEAUTY SHIOPPE !suffer if the full schedule of armory
t(Above Cushing's) drills should not be carriedl out. It
is considered possilble that claims
OTEBLUE, BIRD :HAIR SH114W against the department for national
IOUSE ! 5 MAIKE lL'S ARCADE-3l68 I guardl payments might be made on the
_____________________________ theory that guardsmen upon enlist-1
h 'IImelrement entered into a contract with.
Permanent Waving and Marc~amiing tegvrmn hc moe bi
Gie"MACK AND CO. tegvrmn hc moe bi
3rd loorMainSt.gation upon both parties, including
:11, ;r lo Mi t payment for services rendered under
,1 T' WIES'II -- the law. Tlhe findings of the depart-
tFYI'WIII7I~t4ment legal authorities as to govern-
Lon 1I'ypzexvii jg ~ta md1iineogr1aphlinlg ment liability in this respect will un-
¢I:S prommptly andl neatly done. Sixteen doubtedly be available to the presi-
yea i's exp~erience among MichiganI dent when he is ready to hand down
t possible ' st udeuit . his final deccision as to expenditure
I HlOME dl. 1). MORRILI1,l of the deficiency ap~prop~riation.
17 Nickels Arcade
CO. ' V 11' E 111.1tI TTI: R S a sA eC t
hoe1630OasAeCt
C'ANDY E I'. C.Smiith, UnderwoodRyl Druids Forced
t, 11 ucuin t on, rebuilt, and secondl hand"
iachinc:; als-o new Remington and 7'i~v
i nderwood P ortables. We suggest i
('OlItU)NA FOUlR the greatest improve- It's a hard life for the 1)ruids. Thcy
C]picture montul in typewriters for twenty years. ! simnply can't find an oak grove that is
e jewelry Price $G0.00. Terms if (desired. permanent.
especially fl. 1). 1ORRIL >n( The Druid rock, the scene of in-,
Ih 7 Nickels Arcge jations into this honorary society of
Tuve Typewriter and Stationery Store.I the senior literary class, was locatetl

'. Enroll Now.
TE'gRACE 4GAR1)ENi DA\'NIM
STUD1IOS

Candi"es
See our select assortment

of Easter

Read the

WXanlt Ads: 22 Wuerth Arcade Phone 241-R'
______________ Subscribe for Thme Michigan Daily

SENIORS!
Now is the time to place your order
for
CALLING CARDS
ENGRAVED OR PRINTED
We can also furnish you with
ANNOUNCEMENTS
EITHIER ENGRAVED OR PRINTED

candies and novelties. Take some home.
Make your selection early.

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709 N. Univeroity

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112 S. MAIN ST.

PHONE 1404

THE MAYER - SCHAIRER
COMPANY
Statlioners, Printers, Bindecrs and Engravers

When good fellows get together on our Student Tours

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§7 or

You ig

AMen

to Europe
($162 Cherbourg)
($1'75 Hamburg)

$155
Round 'Trip
(Southampton)

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SPECIAL UEDU(TI0N
Silk c'overedl rubber corsets
TIhis Week end(
1!'fE3iQtTAI1 YI' f "If0:IO
3X3, SOUT~H 3i A iN Sl

'I t'P1 ltE \V It t S Splendid machines.
Best ni~kes for rent or for sale.
l'h ".e 3812-IR.
1I:AI AM [LON BUSINESS COLLE+GE
FOR SALE1
FOA itSALI*,2--An English Bull pup.
1"our nionihis old. Pedigreed. Call
1730-l.

in front of. University hall for a numi-
her of years, in perfect p~eace. 'T'hemu
camne the expansion program, and the
Druids were pushed aside to make
room for the construction of the pre-
.;ent Angell hall.
But the Druids were und ismayeil.

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.n unusually attrac tive girl's Le:c - F()l SALE'-] {921 Ford touring, starter
giucI lose cof tenl rooms is beingi of- and denouni able rims, fine shape.f
feedIor a few lays at. $1.1,i00.00. 11925 plates. 1358 Geddes Ave. 738-W.
Ib rolo is an entranmce hal11, living room, l
r1niguoom, kitchen, and bed51 roonm TENOR lBANJO) bargain including
"ft OwiV fliow'. French dloors, fir'e- Case 528. }0. It's a money saver.
Pie' oo~l fituares, °nid oak1 w'ood- E Iasy terms. "University Music
~vor It. house.t
the second(lfloor --largeo ('l05(',tnd clFOR SALE -Girl's Riding Suit in
excellent batty. ,ood condition. Call 2877-W.
'I'lird floor is well llnuisbedl, and has FO(:Ii l ll.'T-Six r'oom house. 522 Elm.
t wo largeol'oomns each wvithI closet. _______________________________
Dour' part, be siiieit w\ith toilet and 11)1N(DI G IA III N E5, >TYPEWR.IITERS
laundry ('onveulionu(es, Steam hu'vzl. ('II EC K WIIRtIEIS, OFFI(,'Al'- I
'['he income fronm tis louise is better i P'1iA N V ES, SUT1PPLIES
than $200.00 per umonthi. E*t4i 1). MORRILL,
As the lrico is low, a good down 17 ikl ra~
payment is being asked. Call 2138. !!________________________
TYPW~iERSFOR SALE-i--Dand~y six room house
'I' tDIW~liri'?Its tthuce blocks fu'orn the Campus. $750
PIIomme*.cdown. Five student roomers turn
the owners an income of $50.00) every
F~or 'typewriter Repairing I four weeks. Call 2438.I
(all makes)

They rescued their rock.,('arried it
over to the center of the camp~us, andt
reset it: in a bed of (concrete, sur-
rounded by more oak trees. It looker.
as though they hiad triumnphed, (1es1ite
the efforts of the building and
groundIs committee.
However, the committee was not to
be foiled. They sent oult their men,
and cut (down the oak trees thiat sur-
rounded the 'rock -both of themn.
Yesterday they startedl to remove the
the stumps, the last r'emnants of theE
Duid oaks.
PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS1
LOST-Ladies Black Shiny Leathrer
pur'se Saturday night withI gold
fountain p~en, initials L. E. R. IRe-
ward. Call l~ox 83, Mich. IDaily.
LOST--D~unhill briar (rough) pipe,
Istr'aight stem, short hit, slightly'
burned on Front: edge, on A-larchm 24i
between Packard andl Forest oil hill,
or in an alley leading off IIill to thto
Phi Lambda Phi House. (Cnil 1037-Jr
andl ask for Allen.

There is nothing like a
STETSO
*OST young men today
know the importanceof
.looking fit. Good ap-
pearance counts mr'ch
in the game of life. The yolung
man who dresses with. taste has
a decided advantage.
But-it is surprising how little
thought the average man gives
to his hat. It is his crown, yet he
seems to stop dressing at the neck.
Be careful in your selection of
your headwear. When you buy a
hat, select a Stetson. Its style is
right, its duality means long wear.

Take your own crowd with you. Special Tourist Third Class
Accommodations on the famous "0" steamers, reserved for
students, teachers, artists, tourists. Congenial companions, good
food, comfortable airy staterooms, broad promenade decks.
Special conducted University Tours with extensive itin-
erary at inclusive rates, sailing on "ORDUNA"-Junie 27.
Write for Booklet
Sailings from New York
ORDUNA-May 30, June 27, July 25
ORBITA-June 13, July 11, August 8
ORCA-June 20, July 18, August 15
"The Com fort '1(oute
ROYA
The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company
SANDERSON & SON, INC., Alzyenl,
26 Broadway, New York or Local Agents
1449 Broad wiy, Detroit

D~ealecr in Wood stock typewvriteu's,
S7tandard andl Portable adding ma-

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Ami Arbior 'Tye.riter Ex,,ima mge
9 Savings BImuk Buildinmg.
for Sat uri, ,y afte'nbons. Aply at!
office, second floor, Maick co Co.

WANTED)
11i'ANTIED )TV II, IOlt LEASE A
hIOUSEB;SHiT'ABL.E FOR A FRA-
ITI'JNITY OF BETWEEN 30 AND
10 MEN. AD)DRESS BIOX 81,
MICH11. )A ILL.

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)vho lDress
Nvel
Dancing Pumps
Dull Calf or Patent, $6.50

$5.00 to $8.00
Our Prices

rplaye by the
Jachesogn of74lu Gal retg
MishawRaP~SKDka Bues

an indispensable article.

Our cabs are on call at

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any time and in any weather. It is a good idea to
remember the telephone number of a reliable cab
company so that you may with confidence call for

us in time of need.

Just remember to phone

Our store seems to be the shoe store for young men-Because the Boys
are beginning to realize that we're selling the snappiest dope in Spring
Footwear-at down town prices.
Zitefle&Nisste
EVERYBODY'S SHOE SHOP

Four Doors South of Liberty

On South Main

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