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WEI M;SVAY, APIFI-, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THIS L THiNS'
COLUMN AnSCOLUMN
CfLOSES -CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M,

Named Solicitor

BUFFALO ALUMN) I PLN
ANULSPRING DANCE
Buffalo, N. Y., March 31.-Arrange-
nsments are complete for the annual
spring dance of the University ofj
Michigan Alumni club of this city on
Saturday,- April 11L Erlenbach's or-
chestra wkill furnish music for the af-

fair', which is to be helt] in HIertelt
hall, charges being $2.50 a couple.
Th''le(lance was originally plann wd
inl honor of the G lee club o1 the U
Un-vet ity which was to apipear here on
~Its spring', trip, but the e ngageent
wvas cancelled. The dance will lie
stagedI in spite o1 this. Comin dur'-
ing the sniig recess; of the tUiver-
sit y, it is expected tha .a large Minim-
ber of undergraduiates will attendl.
Pay for your Subscription, today.

PACE SEVEN

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., .;w~n..ANSWPVEIXS TO BOX 'UMBERS.
The following is a list of persons having answers to ads, which have not
yet been called for. P~le~cse call for them as soon as p)ossible, as they will
be discarded April 1st.
"lMr.Walter C. Young Mrs. Boynton
E. A. Thorton Im. Keublor
Mrs. Merrick J. Kennedy
W. K. Yamagata King Seeley Co.
+ 13. Honeywell ].. Schet
E. F. Greenman Evelyn Gray
F. W. Hightower 11.It. Kendall
.' ! A. C. Gruschow Boxes 11. R.,
Grace Webb L1., and B. L. T7.
a ~Aski for Uncle Amxos for any of the staffnmen to help you in your advertis-

JUCHROOM
338 Maynard

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WAINTEI)

F+or mnen and women. Yellow only:;
corduroy collar with leat her strapn;
;Newest square luxc'.ets. Slickers sire
first qduality; made to retAil at $10.
Selling direct eliminate excess profits.
Sen d one dollar with sire or chest
measure.n Balance C. 0. 1). C.
STR ' lIIrRINOTDepartment 4.
29,3 t s Ave.
1)et-rot MI( l i t I

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Two topcoats and a slicker
j were stolen from Sigma Chi
fraternity house, South State
street, last night, according to
a report made at police head-
quarters. Saturday.
Items like the above are be-
coming more frequent.
We have the remedy.
.Pick up the phone and call
311 LULNIWtiS
With
Louis C, Andrews
Insurance
PHONE .3084
WaztchI This Space Pially

Alexander Greed (,above), the tr eas-
ury department's 25-year-old "tax
jwizard," has takien u the duties of
solicitor of internal revenue, in suc-
cession to Nelson Hartson, resigned.,
The Latest
Fabrics

Business Career
r~i'd S what every ambitious senior is
G1 thinking about at the presentI
time. Life insurance is one of the
best, one of the most desirable,. and
one of the most satisfactory as a
w i permanent calling. ia
In assets and volume of business,
' life insurance is one of the three
leading businesses of this country, p
yet the field is comparatively under-
A developed. Only 7 perw cent of the
economic value of human life in the
a United States is covered by insur- 1

RIVALS THE B3EAUTY
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For Correspondence

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Never.Ailig
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$1 Gold Girdle at No Extra Charge - iE

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TJ1'ry our
iKewpcfe

Yes, in every respect save size,
the $5 Duofold Jr. or Lady Duofold
is a $7 pen like the f<-m-ous Over-
size Duofold, Gold Poc,-;et-clip or
Gold Rling-end, include, as well as
the strong Gold Girdle around the
cap.
No reason this fill to buy a cheap
pen. For Duofold brings you the
speed and character in writing that
win with the world. And the writ-

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MARh. lA IWASIH~NGi'ON CAND)Y
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119, E.
Liberty.
Compacts, watches and picture
frames of the frost exquisite jewelry
select ions. Thiese are especially
priced foy the spring season.
A ItI N 0.1, 1)
State Street Jeweler
Our moderate prices make ;t possible
for all to have FRESH H-OME;
GROWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. P'hone 1630
EX PERIEINC ED Tutor. Chemistry,
math. or physics. Call Furnas
10S9-11. 417 E. Washington.
Rugs shampooed or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.
FOR SALE
FOR SAL.-Tyro pair dre:,S Sthes,
size 10. Full dress suit size 38
State Shoe Repair, 301 So. State.
FOR SALE-An excellent six room
house convenient to the Campus for
only $500 down. Call 2438.
P'OR SALE-Forced to sell Dodge1
touiing 1921. Excelleit condition
with license plates. Price $225.
Phone 879.
LOSTl
Lost in Ladies Cloak Room at Union.
between 8 and 9 Saturday evening,
March 28 small black andl gold enam-
eled wrist watch on black ribbon with,
gold clasp. Suitable reward will be
given to anyone bringing watch to
Alanager of Union.
LOST-B3rown Collie pup last Thurs-
day with hind legs injured. Re-
ward. 2093-R.
Oh Say,
Have you Seen
Tlhe iNew Addition to
Ouar Melloi
an A dded ttrat ioi
at the
Good Eats
6061 East William

COLLEGE student for summer If you are tired of the same i'+'"'a . t i 1C aIll ~IU l Cl Ig LLCJ.U ing urge thatmakesv
beth; vaespeciachinly'-ri-Its point- if no
mnh;vlaltecigeer- old furniture-have it re- i 5 still to beworked, epcalusinessi guaranteed for 2' yea
once; must be able to work with-. te u t tfmir
out supervisios, loyal, conscientiousI modeled, and upholstered insurance for firms and corporations.stputotefr
and ambitious. Generous salary.} with some of our new fa- 'AItoIkeorsIcolg and erningee
Addes Bx 5,lticl~anDaly tcs °Astoremuneration : Rprsof I andllgead rit-gpee
WANDds o 5 ihgnDiy s collegegrdae who hv entered THE PARXER PEE
WNE-Girl1 for light house work I gauaeshve. Manufactutrcrsas far'e
one___hour____a__day____Phone____1_______W_ business indicate that life insurance is 1 -az11 yn
onTor A Iy. O ne5 W Factory nd Gene
AIOS-P. 13. Harding; at the very top as a source of income. JANLSVILE,
A1AIO14D8SI ~ j E. Ihuron St. lPhonie 3S1-11' 1A Now isth time for you tocosdr f1
Will satisfy your taste, and fit yu* o afe I 1i;
you best. wat aragin d 5w.u-$7
WILD THlE TAILOR ato°fyuaeabtosadwl-js~co sc'
113 South Main St. . at * n.4I-ambioihunand will
TP)WIESigto wr hard andar interested to way.
pohn 66B E KI know about life insurance, address i
FTypewriter Repairing B-AK N-
(all makes) =i rg Agency Department
Dele i Wostcktyewiers, - NEWI PIPE
Stndrdand Portable adding ma THIS
inies Woostok TTHri SPRING- =1 i
Annu Arbor 'Typewriter Exchange -
-J Savings Ban~k Building. _ I'
7F YPEWRITERS Spleadid machines. Try one of our fresh stock LlE I O o~NSURANSCHE OPAY
Best makes for rent or for sale.- ISxIne easOiFbesn MSSACNwHiSngnETT Billion Seven
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE of pipes and really enjoy .1 it-oeyasinbsns. o nuin n ilinven:
Phoi~e 342-R. ;*HnrdMlinDlasi oiise ,5,0 ie
- ;_your smoking this year. H d e M inDolasinpoiie o ,20,0
BEAUTY SHOPPES I New shipment ofter cigarse.,:. and _ Don't cs BTor
Three expert marcellers. Shingle -
trim s, S o t w t r u e t a l tim es. - sm o k in g m ix tu re s m a k e s o u r I i l t l l l l l i l l l i g l i l l i l l l l l l l l ll t l l l l l l l i l l l l l l i l l t l l l l l l (1 li l "
DIlIIATTIA BEAUTY SUOPPE -ln opee
(Above Gushing's) ln opee
Permanent Waving and Marc ailing .
MACK AND CO. 1
3rd Floor Main St.
1 4
BLUE BIRD) HAIRI SHOP-
BlueNICKEL'S_____DE-iue Fheront ~ W ithout ConcePntra I".
IIRVING WARMOLTS,qsG
GRALUATV ANDREGI.sTFD =:i
Cirouodist Orthopedist Corner State and Packard
707 N. University Ave. Phone 2526 E...

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