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THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN
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!?' LASSIFIEDcTN
AT PM.ADVERTISING AT 8 P.M.

' AITENTION ADVERTISERS
Box 67, 8, answers.
Box 92,' 11 answers.
B.Lox S):3, 3 answers.
THIESE WILL _BE, 1)WSCARIE)A) after
Monday, April 6, 1925. 1'LEASl' CALL
IFOR THEM.
f FOR SALEC

FOR SALE-"-1921 Fordl roadlscr, start-
er, new cord tires,┬░good motor. Will
Ssell cheap. Call ,Glazer at 3112-Al.

e~veryb~ody dislikes a fire loss, but
there is consolation in knowing that
you are insured in a good company
with an agent who is going to give
N~u the best of service.
JUR. 3IUNI PUS
t it
Louis C. Andrews
Insurance
PHONE 3061
Vatch This Sp'amcDIally

Intramurafftems
(Continued from Page Six)
sent to the fraternities. Play will be
started in the different sports immed-
iately after vacation.
_All students wishing to act as um-
pines in playground ball or hardball
should get in touch with the Intra-
mural office at once. This may be
done by calling personally at the of-
fice, or telephoning 2268 and giving
tname, address, and telephone number.
jProf. A. S. Warthin of the patho-
logical department and Prof. Preston
fM. Hickey of the roentgenological de-
partment in the Medical school, spoke,
last night in Grand Rapids before thel
Kent county Medical association.
STUDENT wants work of any kind
during Spring vacation. Call Smith,I
1 131.3-11 after 7:30.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-One nice single room in
modern home. 304 SoutJUy 5th Ave.,
Phone 846-J.1
FOR RENT-Second floor apartment,
four rooms, bathi, sleeping porch for
next-school year, garage if desired,I
available July 1. 905 Forest ave.1
Phone 3597-J.
FOR RE~NT--Single room near Cam-
pus between Jefferson and Williams
Sts. Phone 825-W._
TYPE WRITING~

4:110-Matlienitics stuiY ofthte liter-
ary college meets in room ("110,
Angell haill
TWO DEATHS LISTED IN
HEftTH SERVICE REPORT
t Tw~o deaths are listed in the
Health service r"eport for March. One
of these was from pneumonia, the

Finds Indian Mine

8 :00-World flight lectutre .aid pi '
tures in Hill auditorium.
FRID)AY
I :3t)-4:00-A un Arbor Ad associaI iOU
exhibit-. in the west gallery of Al-
umni Memorial hall.

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H-OME SITE-Ar you ito(TCSI;d in
I.a nwlghborhood. of lplaceS o'. 3-5 to
Sf1-2 acre at Jmoderate price? All
city conlveniences, near :bus <:nd
Sschool. Terms., Phone 551-11.
SOUTTHEAST SE+CTION
Real pride will be yours if you
purchase this- unusual home.
Attractive front porch entirely glas- i
sed in. Living .room across the entire
front of the house has large fire
~place and boo0k cases with leaded glass
doors.
Dining room with built-in buffet,
' and they best equippedI kitchen we
have seen tl-is year. A large sun!
'parlor, andl a toilet and lavatory .
complete the first floor.
"'Three nie sleeping chiambers, three
extra large closets, and beautiful bath
complete the second floor.a
and laundry rooms, and furnace room
4.with hot water heat ini the basement.
The owner is. leaving the city, and
ll~terefore quoting a low price. Phione
2438.

MIARTH'IA WASIIINGTON CAND)Y
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119 E.
Liberty.
Illeads Household Packing Co.
Moving-Packing-Storage
Call us for long distance moving.
Loads insured. I ship to all points.
525 Detroit St., Phone 1154

Henry A. Golwynne, tamous Newl
York chemist, has just returned from
India where he discovered a siliman-E
Ste mine at the foot of the Himalayas.I
The material is in great demand in
the making of high-heat furnaces as
it has the highest degree of tire-re-
sisting qualities.
WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to apipear in this5 columi% niust I
be left in tihe box at the Da~y office
provided for .onit purpose bef ore 4
o'clock -prcceding the- day of issue.
IIIIUJISIAY

other from acute kidney complica-
tions. A marked increase is noted in
acute respiratory infections, there
being 596 reported, as compared with
338 in March of last year, and 482 in
1923.
Head colds andl pharyngitis com-
prise the largest number of these in-
fections, there being 182 of the form-
er and ,257 of the latter reported. A

for day.

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Chiropodist Orthopedist
"'. i-. Fniversity 'Ave Phone 2652'
-i Hill l1lt ll11lll1l111ll11llliI III II 111111 Ilt;
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Easter

Candies

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Try our
IRewpee
Sandichles
Ha mburg
Chicken
Cheese
We deliver
ph. ?94.31

TYPEW1VRI TING &M-IME-OtRAPHI MG
p~romptly andl' neatly: done- by experi-
enced. operatOrs at' moderate- rates.
Sixteen years experience- doing
theses Work for University, students.

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iM Nkl* Arcade,
Typewriter anal Stationery Store

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FOR SALE-Three tube reflex set with
loudspeaker. Bargain $35. Call
Bond 2618-J.

TYPEWRITERS most makes.$20.00 up!
CHECKWRITERS, new..... 15.00 up]
ADDING MACHINES~ new.. 65.00 uip
MIMEOGRAPHS, DUP~LICATING
DEVICES, OFFICE APPLIANCES,
;w .... :.SUPPLIES.
Typewriters Rented, Repaired, Cleaned
0. 1). MORRILL,
17 Nickels Areae
The Typewriter and Stationery Store
".1"OR SALE OR RENT-I-ouse suitableI
for Fraternity, Sorority or group of
nfstudents. Phone 10iQ-J. 803 S.
State St.
FOR SALE-Ford touring car. Perfect
condition. Less than 'year old. $175.
' Phone 30O2-M.
s FOR SALE--Banjo andI case, in- excel-
lent condition. $12.00. Call 2375-J,
after seven. Ask for H-arris.
NEW SLIPS
gWHITE,, FLESH,- BLACK and COLORS
RADIUM, SILK, JERSEY, and
i / CREPE BACK SATIN
THE QUALITY SHOP
303 SOUI'h MAILN STREET
s Wheary Wardrobe trunks bestj
trunks made at popular prices at
"IKOCHI AND HEN NE-
Compacts, watches and pictures
frames of the most exquisite jewelry
selections. These are espqciallyE
1}priced for the spring season.
l ARNOLDI
State Street Jei eler
' Our moderate prices make it possible
-~-for all to have FRESH HIOME
GROWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
SLICKERS $4.95j
SFor men andl women. Yellow only;
corduroy collar w-I'ilc~Wr-r
newest square p~ockets. Slickers are
first quality, made to retail at $10.
Selling direct eliminates excess prof-
its. Send one dollar with size or chest,
measure. Balance C. 0. 1).
', STOR3I TIGHIT RAINCO)AT CO.
-- 5 Department 4.
29341 Cass Aive.
Detroit, iMichiiganj

jRugs sh'ampooed or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
i'rintinug, Engraving and Emnbossing.
Mimeographing and Typewriting
New equipment, skilled help and
prompt service will insure you satis-
factory results.
0.. D. 3ORRILL,
17 Nickiels Arcade
IThe 't'ypewriter and Stationery StoreI
T1ilE RAIO EQUIPPED) VICTROLA.
IS HERE
Consale type Victrola with Ware
Neutrodyne Radio. Everything- you
need. $185.00, easy terms.
UNIVERSITY MUSIC ROUSE
LOST
LOST-Tuseday, shell rimmed eye-
glasses. Reward. Call 1814-M.
LOST-A pair of girl's horn rimmed
glasses. Call 1272-J. Reward.
LOST-A Kappa Kappa Gamma Key,
jeweled, with owner's name en-
graved on back. G. M. Croose. Oak
Grove club. Flint, Mich. Reward.
LOST-Boston Bull-dog. Brown with
iwhite face and breast.. Harness
marked L. J. Kuehnle, 81 Latto St.
Call J. G. Kuelrnle 2885-J. Reward.I
L:OST-Grey overcoat, brown stripe.
Return to 503 Monroe. Reward.
BEAUTY SHOPPES
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
Three expert marcellers. Shingle
trims. Soft water used at all times.
DIJIATTIA BEAUTY SHOPPE
(Above Cushing's)
BL~UE 111111)HAIR S1101
SN ICKEL'S ARCADE-3168

PhIone- 8$
For Typewriter Repairing-
(all imakes)-
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,
Standard and Portable adding mia-
c ines.
Anni Arbor Typewriter Exchange1
9 Safings Bank Building.
MANUSCRIPTS typewritten, neatness
and accuracy= our motto. Bild le's
Book Store, Nickels Arcade.
TYPEWRITERS Splendid' machines.,
Best makes- for rent or for sale.
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
Phone 342-R1.
TA ILI~OIS
A rTAILOR-MAD1E SUIT
Will satisfy your taste, and fit.
you best.
WILD) TIIE TAILOR
113 South Main St.
FO UND; I)
FOUND-In front of Tinker & Co.
store a pair of tortise shell glasses.
Owner can have by paying for this
ad. Signed Tinker & Co., 342 S.
State.

1 :3t-5:9O-1 -A ter-Arbo LArt associaion
exhibit in the west gallery of Alumi-
ni Memorial hall.
~:04J'-S-eiAr1 rbil counittceeectshin
' room 302, Union.
I :00-Phi "Beta-Kaa mttuects in roomi
205, Mason hall.{
-4: 10-AdlMinistratve board, of timte
literary college meets in Decan J. It.
Effinger's office.
- :15-Prof. rJ. Holland Rose ofI lie
' University of Cambridge, England,I
lectures on "Pax Romana and Pax
Napoleonica," in the Natural Sci-
ence auditorium.
5 :00-Holders of Hlarmion FoundationI
loan funds meets in room 2, Uni--
versity hall.coireiera
of Easter music at the church.
1 :30'7 :(-S. C. A. cabinet meets in
ILane hall. cii evsfo
7:10-Varsity Glee cu eie rn
State and Packard streets on, spe-
.Icial interurban for Ypsilanti. 1
7:30-Alpha Nu ineets W ithe societyj
room.
:30-Comnedy 60)Ieet in Ujii'em.-
jity hall.
7?3-etr course ushers report
a-t Hill auditorium.
7:30-9 :30-Ann Arbor Art association
exhibit in the west gallery of Al-
umnii Memorial hall.
8 :00-D)ual swimming meet betweeni
the Varsity and freshman tank
teams in the Union pool.I

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Owned and operated by students
Trunks a specialtyj
Phone; 2492-W

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YOU'LL like tihe spirit of pee~ea l~i:~ l i ~r tIies the entiro
Hotel Wolverine orlamiz~at o.Sl'y1Ul(0i i st' in giving you
the (quick, courteous, ~ii~~~:~~ 8'c~~iyto yours complete
comfort.
ichigan students find tti ol d 'r 'o '~n nallmusements
and a favorite gathering place. -1 8 - -INea4' ih the bright,
pleasant rooms, a-ll outside Wi lA UI5~aI S" i : e ume;r ,:uis , . tr both in'
oiur g dining room and Coffee I h-8C-2;"ltu ~sru, Special;
reduced rates offered to studentu orl l-"n1 ui4-I&1i15
MA l V UI L El), President.
Write for Preferential geuis0e Cards
X r"
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Famous
popular-(l=y S r .
Priced I1
Hotel
- -500 Baths
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WANTED

WANTED-Two room suite preferably
with bath for use by three seniors.
Call C. S. Hough, 343 at noon.
SHOES REPAIEI) WHILE YOU
i WAIT
0. G. ANDRES
222 SOUTH STATE STREET

Special" Train
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ANN- ARBOR RAILROAD, COMPANY
ACCOUNT
Spring Vacation
For the accommodation of University of M'ichigan Students re-
turning home Friday, April 10th, 1925, for Spring Vacation, The Ann
Arbor Railroad will p~rovide the following train service:
SPECIAL TRAINS
Lv. Ann Arbor .............11:40 A. M. (CT1)
Arr. Toledo..... .......................... 2:00 P. Ml. (ET)
r'his Train Will Handle Passenge~rs ONLY for Toledo and Points
Beyond.
Lv. Ann Arbor ........................... 4:56 P. M. (CT)
Arr. Owosso ............... ............... 7:15 P. M. (CT)
Trhis train will stop at Howell, Mich., and Durand, Mlich., to dis-
charge passengers, protecting Pere Marquette and Grand Trunk con-
nections.
REGULAR TRAIN SERVICE
(soUt"iHBOUN D)
In addition to the above Special Service the following regular
train service Ann Arbor to Toledo will prevail:
Lv. Ann Arbor...... 11:40 A. Ml. (CT)......4:15 P. M. (CT)
Arr. Toledo.......... 2:10 1) 1I. (ET)......6:50 P. M. (ET)

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