SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1925
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SI~VEW
9 PM. ADVERTISING0 AT 3 1?.M,
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Frenchmen To Try, Plane Flight To U S.
I ~ofli, May 8.-Thle proposed: flight
of Gabriel. d'Annuiizlo, Italian poet,
froni Rome to Bu~enos Aires, has been
x. '111,11 will 1)8.Y YOU the highc st I'11'1 i1 'A hiIS S plend~idamacnines.
price for your discarded clothing. B est makes for rent or for sale.
_____ HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
r1voLatdes of Ih Church of Phone ?81 >.
Christ will be pleased to serve -
luncheons to anyone desiring their Phone 3912
services. The .Cosm-opolitan Club: For Typewriter Repairing
has bern a client of this institution. (all makes)
Service, courtesy and quality are Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,
guaranteed. For particulars call Mrs.! Standard and Portable adding ma-
H. D. Boyd, 9392 (new number). chines.
Call 3257. Ann Arbor Typ~ewriter Exchange
____________--1 9 Savings Bank Building. 1
Compacts, watcbes and pictures,
frames. of the most exquisite jeweelry TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING
selections. These are especially MACHINES for sale andl rent. Rent-
priced for the spring season. ing and repairing a specialty. Supu-
, .ARNO0ID plies. Exchange that big machine
State Street Jeweler for a new Corona 4. Price $60. Easy
VACATION in country for college tO.ms.It desired
' woman; refined, pleasant, healthyO Dl\RIL
t work; $210 for 60 dlays. Write Ed- 17 Nickels Arcade
neators Association Park Avenue' TYPEWVRITING~
Cor. Liberty St. & Fifth Ave.
p~Open IDaily, 10 a~. m. to 10 p.
m. We. teach all modern,
fancy, ballet, stage, tango
ar'd folk dances for' children and
adults. Class every Monday andi
Fifteen one-hour lessons, $6.00.
j N o. 22 WU L'TJJ ARCADER
t Phone 82328
It'll take a b~ig. meal to fill
you up after the games, to-
day-But we haive it here.
Dishes that will open your
eyes. Watch our windows
116 South University Ave.
Our moderate prices make it possible
for all to have FRESH HOME
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
M1ARTHA WASHlING~TON CANDY
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119 E.
R1heads Household Packing Co.
Call us for long distance moving.
Loads inaured. I ship to all points.
526 Detroit St., Phone 3515.
ENGRAVING, EMBOSSING and
Printing orders should be placed
without further delay while good.
work and prompt service is available.
Order cards for commencement now.
O . D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade Open evenings
Send regards with
MOTHER DAY CARDS
A large selection. at
0. D. MORRILL'S
17 Nickels Arcade Open evenings
LOST-Camera Kodak A-116 near
Geddes Drive along the river.
Please return for liberal reward.
Return to Daily office.
'LOST-Child's blue moire hand-bag,
pair of child's silk gloves in it.l
Call Dial 5170. k
f TYPEWRITING ANID MIMEO-
promtlyand neatly (lone by ex-
perienced operators at moderate
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade
WANTED-Room, or suite of* two
rooms, near campus, for next year,
for an instructor. Box 104.j
Will, pay cash for reasonable offer.
Must be cheap.
Call phone 21988.
WANTED-To rent house suitable
for fraternity. Must be available
in September. Phone Mr. Camp-
bell at 21317.
MALE' HELP WANT7ED
Waiters and bus boy at once.
Board job or part time work.f
FOR RENT-Suite for men. Phone
8544, 422 E. Washington.
FOR SALE-Ford touring car, in
kgood condition. Call at 421 Church
SSt. between 7 and 9 P. M.
Paris, May 8. -Sometime in JulyI A special hydroai rplane is being;
twodaring French fliers, T ieuts. Paul! constructed for the journey, which itI
I Tarascon and Rene Coli, will take off is estimated will require from 20 to
fro Pri wat s ~lnn~l 24 hours to comp~lete. They would
f the first non-stop airplane flight from!
Europe to the United States. Their4 leave the coast of France before dlawn obetvisNwYr.1ihteexcainof eigte
Experts figure that the x,0004-mile lights of the Maine or Massachusetts'I
trail has already been blazed for the coast before 10 o'clock that night.
Frenchmen by the American round-!r This wvould keel) them traveling con-
the-wvorld fliers, wvho, however, took I tinuouisly at many more than 200j
a much more northerly course; and! miles an hour.
by the ZR-3 (now the U. S. S. Los WhX ile ships in the North Atlantic,
Angeles), the earlier flights of the will be asked by wireless to keep a
American navy fliers andl the British lookout for the fliers, it is not plan-
dirigible which made a round-trip.I ned to throw around the flight any oft
Weather andl flying conditions in thats the safeguards which protected thej
part of the ocean the liers will trayi Americans in their jun across the +t
erse are nowv fairly well known. - oceans; that is, d]estroyer patrols.
The flight will not he attempted Orteig, sponsor of the $25,000 flight,
soley for whatever glory is attached, j will come to France to see' the start
there is a financial incentive attached. or the adventure. If the, aviators are,
Raymond Orteig. owner of the Bee-1 successful, his son will greet them
voort and LaFayette hotels in NewI in New York.-
York, has offered a prize of $25,000 (-
for the adventure. Berlin, May 8.--Der Tag says ilin--
Lieutenant Tara scon is a noted denburg plans amnesty of politicalj
French ace. He served in the Worldj prisoners after election, if the Reich-
war with a woodlen le .,stag consents.
F'or Ball Gam'es j='~'
(Cotinedfrom Page Five)~ Underwood Standard
Barbour HouseIPi :Beta Phi vs. leap- 4°Po'r-,ablc Typewriters
pa D~elta aind WXestminter 1House vs .
Alpha Omicron Pi.=
All house teams are reqluested to 1= T'h Machine YOU Will IEven-=
watch the bulletin lhoard iu Barbour--
gymnasium and Tphe Daily for further - tuily Carr'y. Sold 04 easy
hotices of the ganmes.! terms to suit every student's
Lena Weniger, '25, Margaret Pur- pocketbook.=
dly, '27, Gladys Eastcott, '26, Doris
Kent, 'L6, Mary Allshouse, '27, and U
Adelaide Sherer, '25, are the u-=
Ipires for the tournament. A. C. STIMSON
There will be no nieeting of the1 Second F'loor
Freshman Girl~' Glee club MondIay. l 308 SOUTH STA.TH ST'. =
Tlhe next meeting will he held Men-=
da May 18 at 4 :15 o'clock. . ;i111111111111111111llflluiiianm11111111Is
lThe 1111.11 indit ts Ilie part o~f the letlaktic the fliers mu4 (t ross in the (light; Lieutenant Tai'ascon, one of file
tilers, anmd Raaynioiidl Orte ig, donor of, the $25),000 prize, are also showmii.
HiERMiAN THE TAILOR
802 South State Street
First Presbyterian Church
L1OS '-ainitou_ watch, ton I'Piacarti, .
near State, Thursday evening. W.
F. Brown engraved cu the inside
Reward, phone 8917.
LOST-Sigmna Xi pin. Finder please;
call 9653. Reward.
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
BLUE BIRID HAIR SHOP
o NICK(EL'S ARCADE--7616
DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHIOP. offers
soft water shampoos, especial at-1
tention for curly hair. Hlair cut-j
ting and waving by expert opera-,
tors. Phone 8878.I
A 'TAIOR11AD JFIT -
Will satisfy your taste, and. fit
WILD) THE TAILOR
113 South Main St.
FOR SALE- -Underwood Port blo
Typewriter, practically new. Must
sell at once. Call Nichols. Phone
SHIOES I EPAIRE'D WHILE YOU
r IV~'A:ILT .
O. (G. ANI)RES
:?2 SOU'IH S'TATE STI EET
Here It Is
HURON AND DIVISION STREETS
FO AECepfrqiksl'New steel tennis racket. Has never
been used. Call Wenger 8694. Read the
FOR SALE - Three May Festival
tickets, best location, mlain floor. 1.____________
Absolutely the sturdiest
and finest toned talking.
machine on the market.
Just the thing for ca-
noeing or camping.
Easy to carry. Will
- 10:45 O'clock
stand a lot of
From the first note of the organ, all through,. nothing
but the songs your mother sang.-Double (Quartet--SQlo$s.--
It's a genuine VICTOR VICTROLA and while they last will
be sold at the low figure of $2500.
See and Bear it.
The Old Home Songs of Long Ago
A Brief Sermon onl "God and Mother-Love."
- cOm E-
SCIAE1BERLE & SON
110 S. MAIN ST.
''hroiigh by the w'ay of lck-
ney, Gregory, Stockbridge, Dans-
Mlle, Mason.IHolt and lAIauSing.
Leaves Friday, Saturday and
Sunday at 4:4i P. ill. For in.-
formuationm, call phone 41187.
J. S. BLAINCIIAJD, iProp.
- Sc a-are
Suha adn arwCultivators, Fo=s
r .rHoes, Hose, Hose Couplings, Mattocks, Plows,=
= Rakes, Scuffle Hoes, Spades, Trowels, Weed- ,
-ers, all make the gardening a. success. We -
- have, a complete line of tools.-
- A LARGE
E ASSORTMENT AT4-
- 0. D. MORRILL S
17 NICKELS ARCADEwe