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THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAOIP, SEVEN

THURSDAY, MA~Y 14, 1925 PAO11~ SEVEN

COL S IEUN ICOLUMN
CL CLASSIFIEE
AT3 P.M. ADVERTI SING AT 3 P.M.,

King, Mussolini Lay Cornerstone

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(buipacts, watches and pictures
framnes of the mtnLexquisite Jewelry
seleCtions. T1hese aire especially;
I)Eiced fr the spring sewason.
AtRN (0 I, 1)f
State StrcctJeweler
Our moderate prices make it possible
for' alto have 1FRESh hO-1MEtl
UR{)WN FLO)WPRS.I
ANPJ ARBIOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phontite 1630

3tAirIIA. WASHIlNGTON(CANIDY
Fresh every Friday. Tice',, 11 9 l.
Liberty.
II( ads lIou seII() d Paehinig' Co.
Moving-Packing-Storage
Call us for long distance moving.
Loads. inoured. I ship to all points.
526 Detroit St., Phone 3515.
Tutow in. 51, c. F.52
Free if you fail final
Box 106 Mich Daily
COLLEGE Student ; lady for summer
months; splendid e x p c r i e n c e
pleasant work; $273. for 78(ays.
Write Suite 309 General Necessities
Bldg~, Detroit.
DAINTY SUMMER SLPS AND UN-
DIAiMtAUIWENTS AND P R P,,'T T Y
P1'EASAN'T'B L0 US E S, BEAT-
FULLIY EMBROIDEREl) ARE N~OW
THlE QUALITY SH101
303 SOUTH MAIN
SHOES IMPIATIREDWIE YOU
WAIT.
O. CS. ANDRtES
222 SOUTH STATE STREET
LOST
LO)STl----4amilt on watch, on Packard,
near State, Thursday evening. W.
F. Brown engraved1 en the inside
Reward, phone 917.
' LOST-Small pocket b)ook contain-
ing lbills in or between Teacher's
andl Engineering Bldg. Reward.
Call 21132.
LOST-Gold fountain pens, name A. R.
Arnold on cap. Call 21647.
LOST-Will1 finder of small brown
pigskin purse in Library building
kindly mail it to Daily, Box 111,
containing checks and keys intact,
retaining cheang;e andl bills as re-
wardl if (desired.
MI1TSIC
"Co-eds of NV ichigan''
The newW -uA)1Iv altz for the piano)
on sale niow.
University M~usic Hlouse
Blargains. -in a few (denonstra ting
Vietrolas---special t erms to Fraterni-
ties andl sororities. Readt our Ad in
Sunday Supplement.
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE #
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Canoe in Al condition,
fully equipped. Price $35.00. Call C.
Brown, University 20M, after 6
o'c lock.
FOR3 SALE, or exchange, a gool lawr
library, aill in goodl order. Michigan
D~aily Box 110.
FOR SALE-Ward robe Trunk (full
size). Good conditoin. Call at 320
1. Washington betwen 6 andl 8 P.
M.
FOR SALE-'Morris built fifteen-footl
canoe.' Excellent condition. Re-
painted this year. Phone 6857.
FOR SALE, OR RENT-To fraternity
or sorority, fin, homle two 1locka1
southeast of campus. Accomodates J
18 to 20. Phone 6047.

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WANTEm)
For special sales work. $24.00
;weekly salary and a bonus. No ex-
perience necessary. See Mr. J. G.
fGraham, Michigan Union, Monday,
May 18, all (lay.
WANIhI) -Ho0o(1 five-piece (lance
orchestra for Ma~y 23. Call Graves
WVANTED) -- Furnished apartment
for summer monthis. Box 10,7.
WVANTED-A suite for 1925-26, byI
two gradluate studIents, southeast-
ernĀ°T section of city preferred.
Answer Box 109.
TAILORS__
A, '.AILOR-11ADE QUIT
WtGill satisfy your taste, and fit
you best.
WILlD THE TAILOR
113 South Main St.
4'jAG'UTE BILD)ING4AID)EI)
MATERIALLY BY ALUMNAE
TYPE WRITING
SrTU DENTS--have your notes andl
thesis neat by typewriting thenm for
only 10c hper page. 637 Oakland.
Phonie 21453.
FOR RENT
FORl RENT-Suite for men. PhoneI
85'44, 422 1E. Washington.

'WNSIAN PAYMENTS
Students who have lost re-
cip~ts for the 1925 'Ensian, or
who have not yet paid in full
Ij for their lhooks, iiay obtain
new receipts or concludle their
j- aments by calling at the 'En-
sian office at, the Press build-
ing between 2 and 4 o'clock any
ftternoonf this week, it was an-
, oin icd y('st (rdaiy by Frederick
AT l1hcips, J.,~. '26, who will bej
in charge of distribution.
New receipts will be issuedl
to those who have lost the
originals. Those who fail to
pay in full for their 'Enisians
j w 'Ailble. foced to wait, until af-
ter the regular distribution has
boon complleted to obitain boo0ks,
Ias there will be no time in
j which to straighten irregular-
itieOs when the (distribution at
the Library is in progress.
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The MICHIGAN CLUB ROYAL ORCHESTRA
"MUSIC PLUS"

Riggs Discusses
Civil Engineering
Prof. II. R i' ggs, of the civil en4ifr-
eering department ":the a shor't ad-
driess at thbe reglla r freshman engin-
eering assembtly yesterd(ay morning.'
lProfes:sor igg s tonchtite IonLthe more

general phases of civil engineering
and discussed the progress and activ-
ities of the engineers who have grad-
uatedl from the University in the. past.
Prof. Emil Lorch of the architectur-
al college gave an extension lecture
Saturday in Grand Rapids. The sub-
ecet was "Architectural History."

Rumors of bad feeling between Bing Victor* Emmanuel. (in uniform)
and Premier Mussolini were stilled wh-n thz y jointly of iciated at the laying
of the cornerstone of Italy's "Mother (louse of the War Mutilated," in Rome.
Between them, facing the camera, is Carlo DOl Croix, blind and handless war
hero, and president of the Associate i of the Mlutilated.

FOR RZENT-Professor's home, for1
summer session or entire summer.
Completely furnished, 7 rooms,
bathi and. large sleeping porch,
electrical appliances, garden, gar-1
age. On buas line near Burns Park.I
Phione 21655.#
TYPE W ITIERS
Phone :3:12
For Typewriter Repairing
(all makes)-
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,
Standard and1 Portable adding ma-
chines.
Anat Arbor Typewriter Exchange
J Savings Bank Building.
TYP-EWRITERS Splendid machines.I
Best makes for rent or for sale.
ITAM1ILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
Phione '7813.
BEAUTY SIIOPI'ES
Permanent 'waving andI Marcelling
MACK AND) Co.
3rd Floor Main St.
BIIIE 1+, B i )HAI 1101'Q
r) 'li ELS Q' ARCADE--Ki6U1
DI NTATT"IA IBEAUTPY ShIOP offers
soft water shampoos, especial at-
tention for curly hair. Hlair cut-
ting and waving by expert opera-f
tors. Phone 8878.f

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For Your OXFORDS'and PUMPS
" We Have ElvenjIiIng New' Thai's Good."

RICH, LIWfS. TOSPEAK
BEFORE STATE DENTISTS
Dentists from Flint, Saginaw, and
Dlay City were in Ann Arbor yester-1
Clay, and more than 200 will he here to-
day from lDetroit, in accordance with
a custom of making visits to the Uni-
versity annually to keel) in touch with
the work that is going on in the dental
school. This afternoon Prof. Daniel
L. Rich,of the physics dlepartmnent, will
speak to the Detroiters on "The Meas-
urement of Noise." Professor Rich
has been doing research work in this
field for the Timken Bearing company.
At 6 :15 o'clock a dinner will be served
at the Union, at which time Prof. llow-
ard B3. Lewis. of the Medical school.
will speak on "Developments in Phys-
iological Chemistry Relating to D~ent-
istry."

Aodeled in Geniuinie
black arnd brown
Scotch *rain on a
new distinctive
nril'ih laI.
Ltfcd J
12 NlcI'L.~S ARCADE

$1lo
to
per paer.

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3Y Inc.

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Bu~y~lohin .ceds-a
Get in line, fellows, and-tyke advanita-c of the splendid1 offerings at our great
Closing-Out Sale- If it's clothing or furnishings you need, Old Man
Opportunity himself is pounding on your door. Comte in tomorrow. You'll
find many things you need-and the prices-boy ! that's the part that will
make you smile with satisfaction !

ALL
ebun
(COLLEGE CLOTHES)
SUITS
Re-grouped to Sell
at
Regardless of Former Price
Flannel Trousers

396/
O FF .
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ON ALL -
w" "Sand
DRESSING CASES BRIDGE SETS
WRITING SETS GAME SETS-
- MUSIC PORTFOLIOS VANITY SETS
I= BRIEF' CASES CIGARETTE CASES I
LADIES HAND BAGS COIN PURSES
BILL FOLDS BOOK ENDS-
j TRAVEL BOOKS CANDLE STICKS
and other small items too numerous to mention.r
I -I

MVanhattan Shirts
Now! at Half Price!

tF.i Men's B. V. D. Underwear ~ I
Regular $1.5+0 Values ... .
Don't pass up this value. Buy several suits
at $1.15. You v on't have a chance like
r this again in a long time. These are the genu-
ine B. V. D.9's.
' ONE LOT OF MEN'S
SUITS, VALUES TO $55
$ 65 G o aless ndthnos t!t
$165-Byfabrcs.sndthnost !
Hart, Schaffner & Marx and other
good makes.

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