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TllL'IZSI)AY, :\ fA , X92 _

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACP: SEVEN

THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA(~1~ SEVEN

r A OIi IM L A I F I ECOLUMN
DLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.Mi. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

LOST-4Phi Gamma Mu pin. Name K.
Drummnond. Dial 8447.I
LOST-Silver fountain pen between
Jefferson and Liberty on State. Re-
turn to Bernice Williams, 3301.
LOST-Camera Kodak A-116 near

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Geddes Drive along the river.

-------Please return for liberal reward.
£I(IT -E Microscope and Haemocytometer: Return to Daily office.!1
Sp~encer microscope with all equip-j
S. Thal wil pay you the' higliost 1 inent, almost new, $85. Costs $110. LiIOSTl-Llewelyn setter, grey with!
price for your discarded clothing. American Standard Haemocyto- black spots. Return to Dr. Mc-a
Call 3257. meter with pipettes,.'(doub~le ruling, Kenzie, W. Liberty. Good Reward.1
___ ________ - Bureau of Standards Certificate, cost(
CHRIST wvill lepldeasedl to serve $2,ueIeyltl.Myb a o LOST-Blue card case, on State and
luncheons to anyoine desiring their Lbrybs ensa ewe
services. The Cosm iopolitan Club onn'r heoyomtr ige be and two o'clock. Contents-
has been a client of this institution. Iruinig xwith pilpettes, $5 Check made out to the owner andI
Service, -courtesy and quality are;l.PO some, cash. Call evening's 3258.
guaranteedl. For particulars call Mrs.! HelhCetr2 o4P.M
H. D. Boyd, 9392 (new number), __________________BAT lO1E

Phlone 3912
For Typewriter Repairing
(all makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters, 1
Standard and Porluable adlding ma-(
chineCs.
Aun Arbor Typewriter E~xchange
.) Savings Bank- Building.
TYP~EWRITERS AND ADDING
MACHINE~S for sale and rent. Rent-I
ing and repairing a specialty. Sup-
plies. Exchange that. big machine
for a new ('oycz 4. Price $60. EasyI
terms if desired.
17 Nickels Arcade
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WANTED-A garage in the vicinity
of Hill St. and E. University. Call
Stein, 3540.
COLLEGE Studen for out-of-door
summer position. Write Suite 309
Park Ave. Bldg., Detroit. A
WANTED-Students with organizing
ability for summer work with the
Poates Corporation of New York.
There will be a minimum of $190.
a month for men hired. The comn-
pany representatives will be in
Room 304 of Michigan Union to in-I
Iterview men from 1:00 to 5:00
Thursday afternoon,. May 7.
FOR RENT
FOR RtENT-Rooms, double or single.
Prefer someone permanently locat-
ed here. 334 E. Jefferson St.

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SEND for free copy of "Educational
Columns" of Church Doctrines. It.
S. Kellerman, Hop Bottom, Pa.
Compacts, w atches and pictures
frames of the most exquisite jewelryl
selections. These . are especially
priced for the spring season.
A RN 0 11)
State St reet Jewvelery
Our moderate ,prices mnake. it possible
for all to have FRESH HOME
GROWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
Rugs shtampooedl or dust 'cleaned.{
Ann Arbor. Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 6513.
Rheacads 1houseliold Pzw~k ing Co. I
Movin g-h'acki ng--Storage
Call us for long distance moving.
Loads insured. I ship to all points.
526 Detroit St., Phone 3515.

Triehe i e'st, tlhig InIiiusleaad
Instruniit s
The tenor Banjo like
Price $15.00
Con Music Shop 14 Nichols Arc.

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Permanent Waving and Marcelling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.

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BLUE IBil!)HAil ,SHOP
5NI(CKEL'S AIICAI)E-7616

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GRtAPH ING
p~romuptly andl neatly dcme by o -
lierieniced op)erators at moderate
mates.
f I 17 N ckels Arcade
A ' 'A!A 1.0IRW~ I
WVill satisfy your taste, and fit
II) T u F,'r 1 ou
113 South Mlain St.

ENGRAVING, EMBOSSING and
Printing orders should be placed
without further delay 'while good
work and p~ronmpt service is available.
Order cards for commencement now.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade Open evenings

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DIMATTIA I3EAUTY SHOP' offers,
soft water shampoos, especial at-
tention for curly hair. Hair cut-
ting and waving by expert opera-"
tors. Phone 8878.

FO-" RENT-Lower furnished apart-
Mient front Jlune 15 to Sept. 1 5. In-
quire 720 Haven Ave. Phone 7252.
D ancig_
1 15-1-H~our Class Lessons,
$5:00. Free Dancing 8:30 toj
i ~~10 P. M. "I
ENROLL NOW{
IClass every Monday and Friday act 7:301
Private Lessons Daily,.10 A. M.
to 10 P. M.
TrERIA*(4 , GARDEN DbANCN( 1

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Send regards with
MOTHER DAY CARDS
A large selection at
0. D. MORRILL'S
17 Nickels Arcade Open evenings
LSTj'
LOST-About ten (lays ago, two
rings-opal and turquoise. Finder
please telephone 21697.

TYPEWRITERS
T YPEiWRITERS Splendid macli nes.
Best makes for, rent or for sale.
I-AMIL, ON BUSINESS COLLE~GE
Phone 7413.

, WANTED-Neat year' for man, room
niotta r Fromn campusl111"ut, b4 (quiet.
P~refer H. 1 111vcers-ity neighiborhtoAd.
Box 102.

MOTHERS live by
love and die of
* neglect. When some *
c)sons and daughters
Sleave home their
Smothers might as well
forget them. *
They don't write.
Send Mother a
Greeting card every
~,month! A perfect
03 love-message on every C?
one. Make the mail '
mean something to her. ~
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See our fine selection today ~
0. D. MORRILLI
- All Occasion..'Z~
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Wierth AirCade

Phoine 83281

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SAMPLES
Permanently on Display at
Guy 'Woolfolk F& Co.
330 South State Street
Ann Arbor, Miclhi.
7 as/s and Patterns exclusive& our own desi n

COLLEGE GROG ERY
FOOD AND NECSITE
- OPEN EVENINGS
WHAT YOUI WANT, WHEN YOU WANT IT
COLLEGE GOCERY
516 East William-Nex Maynard.

Mothers Day
May 10th.
We la ve loalds of gifts thatt-will
give your mother gennlue pleas.
iure and1(1 1IUlIss ibeause Cof
their be ~tiy aid usefulness. A
k oiplete litre of cards;, hoth f or
your miother and thle otlbee
miohier yellu uuay 1want to renleiua
ther.
Aplied Art
" Nickels Arcade
Opplosite Sub.)-Stationi

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WI-IrrEHOUSE & HARDY'
I NC0 R PQRATJg_
IW.OADWAYjkT 4Qfli STREET 144 WEST 42"° STREET
METROPOLITAnP OPER~A 'lousE BuxD. KNICKERBOCKER BUILDING
84 IIIOAD9WAY-AT WALL STREET 19

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Six of the. Artists
wvho are to appear
on programs of the

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3.1 1 1,-IIN t(RIt l'U BE S T
(Pantove)
"Not since the dlays of Lillian
Nordica has ain American heard
such thunders of applause be-
stowed by a i'. et ropolit an audli-
enue afell t'o the lot of Law-
ren'e rfihlettinf i the part of
Ford? in Boil o's Falstaff,' " re-
llrts''the oLiterary Digest under
da;te of February 7, 1925.
VI('EIBAilESTERt
'Baritonte)
Mr. Ilales ter vas born in
Spain. Ile sang frequently iln
Barcelona, and LOa,, cv went to
Paris, where he made his dlebut
in opera. Since then lie has
sung with great success in Italy,
South America, rand with bothf
theChicagro an'- Metropolitan
Opera Compan;ies

Hill Auditorium
Ann Arbor
PAY
20, 21, 22, 23

1 ATI IRYN Ill ESLE
(Contralto)
Miss Aleisle is the possessor
of one of the most beautiful and
OpulenIt voices to b~e heard to-
dlay. She has been with the
Chicago Civic Opera Coinpcny
since 1923. making her debut in
th-e important role o1' Erdla in
"Siegfried."
1i R H S 'M O R GA N -
(Tenor)
Mr. Morgan, the young Welsh
tenor, has been described as
"~Evan Williams of this genera.-
tion." Since coming to America
he has appeared in practically
all of the nlusic centers of the
East and Middle West in ora-
torio and recital. Ilis engage-
ments have been veritable tri-
umphs.

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Any of these suits are worth more than double
the money. Among this group will be found
suits made by Hart Schaffner & Marx and other
well-known manufacturers. Light and dark

shades. Gra
xvorsteds, ca
silk linings.

Ays,

browns,

blues. in unfinished

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Siees 33 to 44.

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Other Suits Priced at One-Third and Oane-Half
Below the Former Selling Price

Six Concertss

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