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TUESDAY, ARCH 31, 1925

TUEDA, MRC 31 125 AC SEEN___ __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THIS flTOW,
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AT 3 P.M, AVERTISINGATiPM
ANSWERS !1 yy)SQX N1'i1IERS."r,:°{
The following is a list of persons having answers to ads, which have not
yet been called for. l,ease call for thei as soon as possible, as they -,gill
be discarded April 1st.
Walter C. Young Mrs. Boynton
L. A. Thorton L. Keubler
Mrs. Merrick 3. Kennedy
W. K. Yamagata King Seeley Co.
B. Honeywell L. Schet
E. F. Greenman Evelyn Gray
F. W. Hightower E. It. Kendall
A. C. Gruschow Boxes B. R.,
;('trace Webb Li., and B3. L. T.
4sk for Uncle Amhos or any of the s taffimen to help you in your adyertis-
ing. Read This column, and use it.-

Wvatch 'Phis Space D~aily
We gainot elimilnate robberies,
lint ie can protect people
againast less of teir valuables.
We have all different forms of
burglary, theft and larceny in.
XII. Mt'NI)DUS
ITith
Louis C. Andrews
Insurance
Watch This Space Dlaily

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7:45-eolog(*al and(1 (eograph iea I
clubs hold joint meeting in room
G-437, Natural Science b~uifln.
!iE I) NE S ) Ay
10:0~-Conferencee of the Deall4 inl She
President's office.
1 :00--Atkinson y IMeorIOil prize(col-'
testants meet in room 205, fa ;on
hall.
7:15i--Pr~es byterian chIorus ~rehea rs~-

Edna St. Vincent Alillay's qufainlt in- i; a'
terludle "Two Slat terns and aKn' m;a
Lady Alicec, Egterton's ''Thae Masque l.of s
the Two Straugecrs,' and Evelyn Ert- W)~ ~h;a
HlS j'ti dclOi'O ccomedy "''The Chinia
l~<'nail '

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'"Two Slat terns and a King'' is undler
the direction of Louise B~arley, "The
Masque of the Two St rangers' unde0r
Helen B~oorman, and "The? China Pig"

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( P )u (hly, both modern ei o.Piae
a ~ (l~ ~ gl.Adult class
_ r 2lnay andl Friday. Fifteen
('mu lass lessons for $5.00. F'ree
ITh,8:100 to 10 P. M.
Enroll Now.
ST1U1)IOS
Wucr"th Arcade Phone 241-R.

al_ h lic~ unmie1rForence Nelson. Virgin Cronmn
7:30-Geneva, club bldlus opon imeet- is the general chairman of the entire
ing in Lane hlall.j program, while Maude C'orey and
_____________________ Eleanor (Crook head the property andl

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Madrid. :March 30.-Premier Prinio
(I-Cd Rivera is said to have refused a
request from Count Ramones for per-
mission to convokeo a Liberal piarty
assembly.
V°- TOT'E AT THlE UNION TON IGIiT1.I

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FOR SL
FOR SALE-Practically new 18 volt
battery in excepticnally good condi-
tion. Phone Lovemian 1104.
FOR SALE-.--Two pair dressi shoes,
size 10. Full dresssuit size 38. '
State Shoe Repair, 301 So. State.
FOR SALE-1920 Ford touring with
starter. New, bands; new license.
Phone 2809-11 between 6-S.
FOR "SALEk--Forced to sell D~odge
touring 1921. Excellent condition
with license plates. Price $225.
Phone 879.4
LOSTI
LOST-Theta~ Chi pin. Finder please
return andl receive reward. Call
2738.
LOSi'-Pair of tortoise shell rim glas-
ses on Wednesday. Finder please
call 2548.
Lost in Ladies Cloak Roomn at Union
between 8 and 9 Stur-mday evening,
March 28 smuall black and gold enamn-
eled wrist watch on black ribbon with
gold clasp. Suitable reward will be
given to anyo9ne bringing watch to
fManager of union.

TAILORS
I A TAILOR-MADE SUIT
Will satisfy your taste, and fit
you best.
WILD THE TAILOR
113 South Main St.
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WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to a ppear in this column miust
;rc Left in ', e -ox at the Daily office
provided for 'nat purpose hef~'e 4
o'cock ;recee.Jing the day of issue.'

MAiSQUE I.S
Masques will present a secondl pro
gramn of one-act plays Tuesday eve
ning, April 7, in Sarah Caswell Angel
hall. The producticn will includ(

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Rad the Want Ads

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' Phone 866
For, Typewriter Repairing I
(all makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,
Standard and Portable adding ma-;
chines.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange
9 Savings Bank Building. j
MUSIC1
TENOR Banjo. Stewart with case.
In excellent condition. $75 new.#
Owner has no use for it. Sell $16,j
Chamberlin 566.!
VOTE AT THE 'UNION TONIGHT.
Read the Want Ads1

FTE SIAY
1 I:15--Phy~sics colloqiimnimeets !In
room 1040, newv Physics building.1
o- wo-'Fan Beta.Pi meets at Willi1t's.
7 :)4)l~t. lelen lub meets at the
Union.
7 :00t-Conversation class of the Shan-
Iish club meets in room 301, Lbib-
17:15-All 171ion1 members m1eet in te1
1 assembly hall of thme Union.
7 :l5,-MItar ball conlilttee meets in1
room 306, Union.
74- fL. Alfre 5~. VF'artiun speks n~
I"The Representation of 'Disease in
Art" in the west amphitheater of the
Medical' building./
7:34)-Players cliub meets in Sarab
Caswell Angell hall. Three one-act
plays will be presented.
j7:30)-Class ht In1ter pretatiolI of $stan,-
cdar, plays 5presents scenes from,
Sheridan's "The Rivals"' in Univer-
sity Hall.

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SAMPLES
Permanently on Display A
Guy Woolfolk & Co.
336 South State Street
Ann Arbor, Mich.

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TE ine; st materials, expert de-
signing and careful workmanship
make every Stetson a masterpiece.
TE SON HATS.

2 as/s and Patterns exclusive~ our own desiynj
I OHNS %~RPHY Is
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WHITEHOUSE & HARDYNOPRT_
~I ROADWAY AT 40"' STREET 144 WEST 42ND STREET
METROPOUTAN OPERA HOUSE BLDG. KNICKERBOCKER BUILDING
84 BROADWAY-AT WALL STREET

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Our moderate prices make it possibjle
for all to have FRESH HOME
0 ROWN FLOWERS.
- - ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122, E. Liberty, Phone 1630
MARTHA WASINGTON CANDY
t Fresh every Friday. rrice's, 119 E.
Liberty.
Compacts, watches and picture
frames of the most exquisite jewelry
selections. These are especially
priced for tho spring season.
A RNO0Li)
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IF WINTER COMES
%Back to Ann Arbor, don't forget to get a barbecue sandwich
for consolation. It is always a dandy good lunch and you'll
find everything cozy and comfortable at
Tie VBarbecue Inn

4 14) Southi State Street

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For mend and women. Yellow only;
cordIuroy collar with leather strap;
Newest squaire p)ockets, Slickers are
first quality; made to retail at $10.
Selling direct elinminate excess profits,
Send. one dollar with size or chest
measure. Balance C. 0. D.
STORM 'PT IT RAINCOAT CO.
Department 4.
2,930 CassAve.
D~etroit, -MichiganI
BARGAIN--Quar'tered oak round ped-
istal (ining table. Six genuine lea-
ther chairs, large buffet. Inquire
144 Hill street.
EXPERIENCED'l Tutor. Chemlistry.
math. or Uphysics., Call Furiiasl
1689-R. 417 E. Washington.
J .UST ARRIVE]
FROM MOLLIE MAYERS, NEW YORK
CIT.Y, THE NEW STE7PIN CORSET
BROCADE AND ELASTIC
JUST RIGHT FOR DANCING AND
ATHILETICS,
111E QUALITY 1101'O
303 SQUTI I MAIN
VACATION 1 o Jon Win i Othl f
Michigan ; pleasant outdoor work.
TIilaslvortatiocz paid. "good salary
plus1 bonus. Address B~ox No. 89.4
BEAUTY SHOPPES
Three expert marcellers. Shingle
trims. Soft water used at all times.
i)IMATTIA BEAUTY SHIOPP~E
(Above Cushing's)
Permanent Waving and Marcaillng
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.f
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BLUE BIRD HIAIR S11OP
5 NICKEL'S ARCADE-3168

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Society Brand Suits
,and Topcoats
$40 to $55

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You have tried them all. We trust you have, because by
comparison we prosper. Our laundry service is comparable
to them all and we feel sure that it will stand the test of corn-
parison. One trial will make you one of our many regular
customers.
Phone 1028

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