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SAT URDAY, APR IL 25, 1925TH MCHGNDIYAi1 EN

THE MICHIGAN DAAI T aY

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PAGr, SEVEN

COLUNs r COLUMN
At 3 P.M. AVRIIG0 A ..

Imitates Father

IINTRAMURAL

French Minister

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63; J. Toevs 2220 vs., J. E. Caraway
1211R; C. L. Briggs 27.38 vs. L. WVein-

885M vs. Watts & Partn~er 133OM;
Seshut & Thomas 595 vs. Spero &

A*TEN:TIDY AIVEMiTlSEIIS
Box 76,3 answers.
Box 75, 2 answers.
Box 67, 11 answers.
Box 92, 11 answers.
,NOTICE
SEND for free copy of "Educational
Coluinns" of Church Doctrines. R.
.~ Kellerman, Hop Bottom, Pa.
SUMVMER' POSITIONS with 13: J.
Ileinz Company. Representative
will be at the Union Friday after-
noon andI Saturday. Call forMr
A. E. Hildebrand if interested.
Compacts, watches and pictures
~framnes of the most exquisite jcreferyI
'elections. These are especially
Priced for the spring season.
r w State Street Jewveler
Drop in and hear
"The Sweetheart of Sigmia Chii"
' Other, late song hits. including
"Banana Oil"
Conn Music Shop Nichols Arcade
Our moderate prices make it possible
for all to have FRESH HOMEI
GROWN FLOWERS.'
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
M1AR T41A ASINGTION CANDY
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119 E.
Liberty.
Rhteads Hlou sehiold P'acking Co.
Moving-Packing-Storage
Call us for long distance moving.
Loads Insured. I ship to all points.
525 Detroit St., Phone 1154

Watch thlis Space Daily
Thoughtful people visit a dlentist
regularly to avoid unnrecessary pain
from their teeth. The same rule
should apply to insurance. Don't
wait until you have... had a loss. Call
us now and 'we will gladfly go over
your insurance problems.
MI. )IUNiIS
with
Louis C. Andrews
i Insurahxce
d'lLONE 3094
WVatth-11 This Spate IDaily
IBEAUjTY SIKOPPES
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
MACK AND .CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
BLUE 1B11l) ]RAIlt5101P
5i NICKEL'S ARCADE-3168
'DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOP offers
soft -water shampoos, especial at-
tention for curly hair. H-air cut-
ting andl waving by expert opera-
tors.. Phone 2939.
TYPEWRITING
ihole M66
For Typewriter Repairing
(all makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,
Standard and Portable adding ma-
chines.
Anni Arbor Typewriter Exchange
hI Savings Bank Building.
TAILORS
A TAILOR-MAD)E SUIT
Will satisfy your taste, and fit
you best. r
WILD THlE TAILOR
113 South Main St.
H1<RMAN THE TAILOR
SUITS
$25-$30-$35
802 South State Street
FOR RENT

berg Jr. 1104; S. E. lDiamond 402W iSteinhartis31241; McLean & Conoy
JITEIMS
f H 6 vs. S. K. Meyer 1273W; F. Kuenzel' 811 vs. Kane & Weinberger 2093R;
77M vs. A. Levin 152 71-; A. Schnier' Metzger & Dougal 42 s lf
(Ccntinued from Page Six) f69.-3007J vs. L. larnish 3493; G. Cadwell 1600J; Wilcox & Patner
yTENN F'IS SINGLESf Viachees 1037J vs. 12. Steinhartis( 8851 vs. Cohn & Partner 2891.-
The olloingall-ampu maches.*13124n; B. Gross 1104 vs. It. S. CGiest 1717J; Woolfenden & 011 2738vs.
must be-C>if:::f :?'. played and reported t h 231: J. Veesbra 2797 vs. A. I appin' Small & Partner 2576W Cobb &
:: ^:::: :. ':":>:-: ::<' ;110" . stenaner 200J vs. 11..L.4. Johnson 1070M vs. Sherwood&
(shepIntramural office by Monday noon, Iia~u 2. I \ofno 78Buk 3 ti ei 00 s
April 27: Celine 885. vs. C. R. Dou- vs. 11. Veder 879; 1. Waterbury R. A. Cohn & Partner 2165; Tolvs
' gal 182:1; R C.Fuler 2678vs.184 vs. J. Spero; 1). L. Neumann & Alderton 2220 vs. Vedder & Kolh
":",:ii r:,: ;>> :gall 18282Mvs.1.ieCanFuller 24671pirovs.
N R. Benham 558;I.K f82W2WvsNimniIM;J air 879; Meyer & Benson 127311 vs.
II of 2W1170V vs. R. Weber 24458. Shapiro & Partner 1170W; Knoepp &
v~ M Fal 364; L Sten I1OJ s.IBrowbridge 1399 vs. Kuenzel& Har-
i .Brlt 4;R.L ono 00 TENNIS D)OUBLES rign 777M Greensparr & Partner
v. 1R. Simonds 286G68; L. F. Knoepp Fo518&vD.nWeinbe vs. Partner114
11299 vs. Dunakin 1; . N. Cobb TbePl1ed aderpintd &tcFermid-b
.1' :"«vs.:.:::.:";::::::::II pae n epre ote Iran 1527M; Marsh & Marshall 1783W
sen140~W vs. F. C. Eddy 1166; C.1 I ' mural office by Mionday noon, April ; v, urskin & Partner 1463W.
Hl. Fines 558 vs S. Katz 2921; Fl. M.' 2:Mlr&Vacis17v.Wlmt-
Bilks 1166 vs. D. Knapp 33; A. H. & Briggs 2738; Caraway & Cochranj Lansing, April 23.- The house of
r'McGee 849WV vs. A. K. Darbaker 1 11211 vs. Small & Partner 2576W; represetative passed Sen. Arie
2344J; Fin rkleman 1271 vs. . Sor- Gross > lrhnn10 s riegWorf' ilcagn h aeo
(sreals 289111; W. L. Diener 231 vs.&Hr h m114vFebr, odufsbilcagntenmef
LL. Gibson 30101, A. Hartwell 909 vs.C & Partner 1153J; Ric-Wray & Ane- the Industrial Home for Girls at Ad-
n 01 erc19 s .M.1I < at 371 vs. ,iernshein & S. ~isenrberg i Aan to the Girls' Training school.
Smiehsp13830; G ERich 1595 vs. F. . 15261R; Sorreals & Patner 289R vs.;
IN. Greene 2985J; Iirschman 1104 vs. 6ELcnnan & Benham 58; KI unell Cv iy y. pi 3-Sn
1:;. G. Reason 1484; A. C. Funke 18371181 2WV.Ri'il& Jsi
vs. Irwin Goldberg 20931; Gilmore' Arstide Biriand, seven time prenm-1 1797; Bartlett & Partle~t 344 s. Cave has yielded its prisoer. The
Son f th famus "eddy Doherty & Duket 2106R; J. W. Mc '- body of Floyd Collins, taken from the
Son f te fmous"Tedy"and. 3003J v. . F. Ardussi 2226W; R.,ir of rance and now foreign nn- Kih ate 05v.NuanIbto ftesat isi aeCt
I now engagedl in a hunting and ex- ;Larson 231 v>. S. Fernandez 1247M; ,irstr.Acodn to Le Mlati, lBriand&Arhr85;Sa & Laru netkgprl.
ploring trip in the wilds of Turkestan.: S. Eisenberg 152611 vs. C. L. Charter 1ilsiil ore oEgadt 22. s osre imnlSM
3634; E. Walker 2540W vs. Fox 16; Philso~l ore_ oEgadto22. s osre imn15.
j !~ Medster 1217J vs. D. H. Chapman consult regarding security fund ne- Phlps & Partner 206 vs. Darbakerj Paronize Daly Advertisers - it
Paris, April 24.-King George and 42;E aoe 21v.E .Gd oitos & Burman 2344J; Celine .& Partner pays.--Adv.'
Quene arytoaypairPriswhtdsayrd48;ai.degaP324riv.s.wh.at____is_______(lard_____484______H.___Segal______3124______vs.____W.____G.____
known as a "visit. of affection." * Phelps 2056; R. A. Cohn 216511 vs.6
'H. 13. Passot 17191; W. F. Dreyer H. Small 2576W vs. J. Shapero 1568;
- .99M vs. F. E. Mosher 1393; N. 1. C. Sestok 595 vs. G. Alderton 2220;
j~Terrace Garden1 Ducket 210611 vs. H1. Kane 20931R; J.I Basserdet 101M vs. 11. Freiberg
W.McKnight 3015 vs. H. Weinberger; 1153J; N. M. Davis 1808W vs. 6V. -
Dancing tuaO 12091 L. R. Joslin 1797 vs. S. C. ;Bartlett 344; I. Bernstein 152GW vs. e lE t t n n u a c
SOpen Daily, 10 a in, to 10 p. i Oviott 3507J; P. Wilcox 88.tM vs. G.! Hickling 180511; J. A. Marsh 1783W
m. We teach all modern,! Vose 3056J; R. Rice-Wray 371 vs. D.i vs. G. J. M~night305C.Toa
-301; C. ToPROPERT . y LITEDNO
fancy, ballet, stage, tango Cadwell 1484; R. M. Sherwood 63 vs.i 595 vs. B. F. Arendt 371; A. ArthurPR0 EE 1S E N0
and folk dances for children and H. A. Storms 1512W; M. McLennan I
adlults. Class every Monday and 595 vs. D. ~luff 1600J; Senis 1.051M 825W vs. J. B. Wood 851m; IH. Ratner
L Friday. W.Rc11J L .Bno 923W vs. R. Felix 20341; E. IH.I
Fifteen one-hour lessons, $5.00. vs.LLIS J.
No. 22 WIJERII AI{CAI)E 1188 vs. T. A. Greene 231; C. Craw- Watts 1330M vs. 11. Kuenzel 2624; fh~IIf
Phone 241-R1 ford 1430J vs. E. G. Cochran 121111; C. Kressbach 1366 vs. E. W. Bruske
II 315 South State

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Try Our
Cheese
Chicken
H1am burg
Sanidwich~es
N~ewpee
We deliver
Ph. 7i94-m

Nabigation is nowv open on

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE-L. C. Smith typewriter.
Just overhauled and in first class
condition. Call at 1315 Hill St.
Phone 1460.
FORD TOURING, good tires, patent
motor, stem winder, good lights.
Call 203411, 710 Haven. Sell for cash
only.
I)OIWE ROAD)STER
Good condition, 5 tires, and a lot of
extra equipment
$100. Cash balance easy
STAR T017RIAING
Very low mileage-car runs like dew.
Fine tires.
$90 Cash-balance easy.
FORD TOUIIING
In real good condition including tires.
$75 cash-balance easy. 1
(DOD)GE TPOURING
Late model in good runnin~g order.
125 cash-balance easy.
R. H. Alber
205 W. Huron St.
LOST.
LOST-Black coin nad bill case on,
Burns Park bus or between Church
anld Forest. Reward, call 8631'.

FOR RENT-Large new suite for'
men. Phone 1194M, 422 E. Washing-
ton.
WANTED )
COOK WANTED-For summer camnp.j
Write 407 E West St., Royal Oak,
Michigan.
Read the Want Ads
Gii.11
Corniqg
soon

the beautif ul muddy Huron
FIRST CLASS OLD TOWN
CANOES FOR RENT
Saunder 's c'anoe Livery
On Huron River at the foot of Cedar Street

Barbour's Linen Thred
In twelve different colors.
Crochet thread in
ecru, cream and
white just re-
ceived at
PALMCS ROYAL
109 West Liberty Sit.

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VAR SITY SLICK
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S;LICKER
We are headquarters for the moss popular gar-
ment on the campus and are showing all styles in
YELLOW and OLIVE KHAKI for lades,
men, boys and girls. Our pr ices will interest you.
Also Cravenettes, Gabardens and Topcoaits from
$15.00 up.

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LOST-Tuesday night in Arcade
Theater, two Skin Stone Martin
chokes. Finder-please call 1555-M
Reward.
LOST-Stone 'Marti neck-piece onj
East U. Tuesday night. Call 991M.. 1 sA1iJh 1. 1 111iLA
LOST-Green sweater on Washing- -______ ___ ____
ton. Finder pica ;e call 2G.le--____ __i___
ward. 2 ..Ie I Patronize D~aily Advertisers

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"I Wouldn't Take a Million For It"

SUEDE LEATHER'JACKETS
a large assortment in grey and tan for 'ladies and men
New Patterns in Fancy
SLIPOVER SWEATERS.-

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WHIRLING
WILGUS W1

BALL
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YOUR
NEEDS

WITH A VARSITY,

Lawn and
Gardcn
Equlpuient

FOREST

GET A
FAIRY,
1-IRLER,

GLEN OR

That audience who
regularly inspect the
Rentschler d isp la y
cases is constantly in-
creasing.

Mother!-
When folks say this about your
portrait, isn't it well to have a
really fine one for them?
"I Wouldn't take a million for
it!"
-We hear this remark often att
the Rentschler studio-Mothers'
dear ones lay it. For Mothers'
portraits are prized above all
material calculation.
Rentschler invites you, Mother,
to inspect the portrait display
at the studio. There you can
see for yourself what everyone
cherishes in finer photography.
-Call today. Arrange then for

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at only $5.25.

Others from $2.98 up

FOUNTAIN SPRAY.
GARDEN HOSE IN

Breeches, Knickers, Hiking Shoes, Puttees, Moccasin Packs, Officers
Dress and Army Shoes, Shirts, Socks, Sport Hose and all needs for
out-of-doors.
Gold Medal Camp Furniture
Folding Cots, Stools, Chairs, Tables, Stoves, Grub Stakes, Axes, Navy
Hammocks, Folding Water Buckets, Canteens, Mess Cans, Duffel Bags,

ALL LENGTHS.

GARDEN

RAKES,

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ELS TO MEET YOUR
REQUIREMENTS.

a sitting.-
$7.00 to $50.00
The Dozen

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