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ANEDNESDAY, APIRIL 29, 1925

TIHE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PACE SEVEN

WtIDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1925 PAGF S!~VEN

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FOR SALZ WANTIED
TE" NNSIS1A(KET;";-' '2'line rackets, IWV101114) SAL1ESMANf
''nea new, each wiAth new strigs and 1'vl1r. student you have some spare
frame at ab)out Iralf price. Dr. P~ool, time wvhie you are going to college,
2-4 P. AIf. llcalti Service, X-ray some of you will find it necessary to
Dept. wvork this summer in order to make
your expenses for next year. You
FOR SALE-$110.0() Holton trombone '-re the men w want. Marty of youi
and case for $85.00. Has been have had( sonme experience in the sell-
used slightly for a year. 1008 Corn- ling game. Tro those, of you who have
well :Pac o al <59J proposition will be doubly easy.
FOR SALE-New McCray refrigera- IPo those who have not we will teach
tor, 200 lb. ice capacity. Suitablej you how. Our salesmen are making
for club, sororit y, or fraternity,.rmtw udedt n1tosn
Phone 251. 11. W. Schenk, Chelsea , (mllsprwe. hl o r o
Micign.in ~ to college you should make bat
___________least seventy-five per week. Write
FOR SALE--Ford touring car, spot- or come in and have a personal inter-a
light, starter; speeflometer and li- view with R. W. McAlister.

NOTICE
All men who wish to try out
3for the position of Varsity bandS
druim major for the school year
of 1925-26, are requestedI to turn
ain their names and adldresses to
Rtobt. V. Halsey at 2107 Washte-
gnaw avenue, as soon as possible.
T~ry-outs will be held during the
amonth of May and final selectionI
will be made before the closing
of school.
TAILORS
A rtAILOR.3[A])E SUIT
Will satisfy your taste, and fit
you bhest.
W ILD) THE TAILOR
113 South Main St.

The Weather May Changew
I From Hot to Cold
j But the meals at THE VARSITY LODGE are always,
good. Pleasant, cool surroundings, delicious food, and an '
Sextra hot orchestra to furnish music, provide an excellent
d pace where you may cat.
-2 THE
- VARSITY LODGE
611 Church
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1FOR SALE--1917 Chevrolet touring,
leaving school, will sacrifice for
quick sale. George Cone, 1022
Forest, Phone 3634.

1209-13 Majestic Bldg.
Detroit Phone Cad 5962-3
WANTED Barber. Steady or part.
time work. Apply Pearsall Barber
Shop, 717 North University.

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Cheese
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SEND for free copy of "Educational
Columns" of Church. Doctrines. R.
S. Kellerman, I-op Bottom, Pa.
Compacts, watches and pictures
frames of the most exquisite jewelry
selections. These are especially
priced for the spring season.
ARNOLD
State Street Jeweler
Our moderate prices make it possible
Sfor all to have FRESH HOME
GROWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
M3ARTHIA WASHI1NGTON CANDY
Fresh every Friday. Tice's' 119 E.
Liberty.
*Wheary Wardrobe trunks best
trunks made at popular prices at
I1OCII AND) HENNE
Rhteads Household Packing Co.
Moving-Packing--Storage
Call us for long distance moving.
,Loads insured. I ship to all points.
525 D)etroit St., Phone 1154
TYPEWR{ITING

WANTED-Experienced man or wo-
man for soda fountain work. Sand
Lake Resort. Putnam, Michigan.
WANTED by two graduate students.
Desirable suite in quiet house near
cafi~us. South side preferred. Box
98 Daily.
IVANTED--Student and family wash-
ings. Will' call for and deliver.
Phone 1653-W.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-House suitable for small
sorority, Prat, or club on East
Hluron, 2 blocks from campus.I
Phone 1178M.j
FOR RENT-Polly Little Tea Shoppe .
during summer months. Inquire
225 S. Thayer. Phone- 951W.
LOST{
Lost Pair of shell rimmed glasses in
soft leather case. Finder please
phone 2894R.
LOST-Tennis shoe somewhere in the
neighborhood of Hill street. Please
call 1430-J.j

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LOST--Small gray purse containing
t money. Please phone 333-R.
i R~EAL ESTATE
A Paradox
Fire is man's best friend and his
worst enemy. Properly controlled it
is a great constructive factor-un-
leashed it is the world's greatest

I low the .Jap a { 1;ei't 'r Ih;!jjuku \i:Ixu''sank 180 miles south-
east of II alifa x wVit h ll on lioard.WLNri ioc ,a'n li 011s stood within sight,
-e] les ; to a i 0hc Evtl;ight c'scvcvw ec i;"S' i 'Silo c~la IIIthis ,S" ieq sof phlotos,
taken by a }a sse z f' 1ai'd lhe liii I_ 1 meric'. I i-avxy scis prevenited
launching o 01t1iic-I'aal>.

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uilty member and. his
family, but also the ma"
jortyof the towns-
people - m-possiblites
worthy of considera-
tion. Use the Daily as a
medium of advertising,
it is efficient, economi"

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Stand,
chines
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Phone 866 destructive force.
For Typewriter Repairing
X11l makes) The right kind of insurance is the
fer in Woodstock typewriters, only thing that will protect one
ard and Portable adding ma- agis loswe.fr ges na
n Arbor Typewriter Exchange rmae e saottepoe
9 Savings Bank Buidlig. lProtection for your possessions.

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BEAUTY SHOPPES
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
_BLUE BIRD HAI.1 ,SHOP
5 NICKEL'S ARCADE-3168
DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOP offers
soft water shampoos, especial at-
tention for. curly hair. Hair cut-
ting and waving by expert, opera-
tors. Phone 2939.

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cal and expedient.

Louis C. Andrews
512 First. NationalI Banik Bldg.
Insurance
iPRONE 3064

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Representing the
tPhiladelphla Fire and Marine
Insuirance Yapuny

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Instruments with a Pedigree
"Blood will tell" is an old and true saying-and it explains
why CONN instruments are acclaimed by musicians through- o
out the world as the finest and most desirable products of
their kind. +
Conn 1n~trument comnpany ;
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"All thie Popular Sheet Jiusic"

This brig reduction on our exce~ient stock
of dishes and glassware is offered for
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DELICIOUS MEALS
Eat at
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LUNCH ROOM
338 Maynard

Press Building

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