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F'RIDAY, MAY 15, 1925

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TI-FMICH IGAN

DAILY

PAGN SEVEN

PAGJ1~ SEVEN

COL OL MN
CLOSES LASSOSEES
3P.M. ADVRTIIN AT 3 P.M.

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Finland Has
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Ii~ tWE WANTER
Compacts, watcbes andl pictures' STUDIENIS FOR SUMMER WORK
frames of the most exquisite jewielryj For special sales work. $24.00
selections. These are especially weekly salary and a bonus. No ex-
priced for the spring season. perience necessary. See Mr. J. G.'
A R N 0 LID Graham, Michigan Union, Monday,
State Street Jewelerj May 1S, all day.
Our moderate prices make it possible IWNE -od fv-ic ac
for all, to have FREShH IOME rcetahestra for May 23. Call Graves

7i. May 9--'-isconsinl vs. Michigan!
Spring Eventhis track Imeet.
f - AMay 30-Iowa vs. Michigan-base-
Mtay 1t%--C'a p Nig ht, ball.
4ta3ly - L ">ei' keek end. ly 3O- wiscoinsir. vs. Michigan-
IlaayV LI- illale8otL." s.\licliigan-- Jusie !10, 11-Alumni meet inlDetroit:.
l)Laselaall. .1ianc 12--OhIio State vs. Mlichigan-f
May w4--Senior LBanq~uet -a ld Senior ;laa clia i.
Sirg. UI'1--Alumni Reunioni Day
M: 1.*1, 21, 22,:3. -- ay Festival. .1 une 12?-Senior CGlass Day.
M1ay 22-Senior Ball. ___________
SMay 22-F+romh SIIl i'i liy. WsigoMy1.Sceayo
M1ay 22-.Last day for paymfeint of di- 'aligtn ly1.Sceayo
p lomla fees.! Agriculture William M. Jardine todayj
11a y 23-Outdoor Ina:t.,~c?ola t ic called bureau chiefs into conference;
'track: meet, to determnine the next step in the in-
May 27---.J~a~ne:,e AlI-Stars vs. Mich- vestigation into wheat market specu-
igan--laseba I. 'lation.
.ay 12.8 . 2 --III rK'IrC)Iastic T1eninisi
tournamient. Pufl'oiize Pilly Advertisers - it
May .29-Examinations begin.1 pays.--Adv.

Northweste rne University Law S chool
SUMMER SESSION 1925
June 22 to August 22
SUMMER FACULTY includes
i- I1111) It. B lt"A S I N, JIi lice of S1prem1e ('ourf of W-1.11a~t
lll1 N.IAMII N1t. ('tl~f.1i C1ief .IJit t of Sup raiiie oislii t f Neinds
)1OlIN F. )L'IilN, Chie .1 ustivfof thle Suipreme C'ourtof luislil on
eN 1)11 l31l. lIi0HKS118 ', C1ief Justlie of Ow eS1upremle Cowrt of
1'Atl CI . AIN )I), Filli~y of G~eorg~e Waslihigtou idicirsity La1w
and the following members of Northwestern University
Law School Faculty :
I)1;1N J)thN I.11. ItIC1IORE S'II'PIIEN LOVE1'Z
1II FIIIIFE1. IIWEA, JASllER F1. lIMMEL
1 11M311t 3. LI.ES1IrN ('II,1ItILE$ ;II. 4WA'tSON}
For Bulletin and detailed information, address: Secre-

GROWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
MIARTHIA WA SitINGTON CAN DY
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119 E.
Liberty.
IRheauls 11ouseh1old Packilng Co.
Moving--Packing-Storage j
Call us for long distance moving.
Loads in sured. I ship to all points.
526 Detroit St., Phone 3515.
COLLE~GE Student; lady for summer
mionths; splendidl e x p) e r i e n e e;j
+ pleasant worki; $273. for 738cdays.
WVrite Suite 309 General Necessities
Bldg., lDetroit.
SHIOES REIWAIREI) WHILE YOU
WAIT
.622 SOU]"I STATE STREET
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38)18.
TAILORSj
A TAILOR-HARE UIT,
Will satisfy your taste, and fit
you best.I
WILD )THlE TAILOR
113 South Main St.

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T YPE WRITERS11 5
P~hone 3912
For Typewriter Repairing
Tall makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters, I ---
Standard and Portable adding ma-
chines. Antti Tulenheimo has b~een recently
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange named premier of the republic of Fin-j
9 Savings Bank Building., land.
BEATY IIOPLSBerlin, May 14.-Baron Ferdlinand '
Permanent Waving and Marcelling von Stulili, long iden~tified with the
MACK AND CO. dilomatic service, dlied here yester-
3rd Floor Main St. !lay at 82. lie formerly was German'
BLUE BIRD HAIR SHOP a ard
iMKLS ARCAl)E+-J9i6 6

TAKE -YOI
ora pleasant trig) on
River. Wc have Old.
clas condition at your d
SAUNDER'S CA
at the Foot of Cedar Strei
Phone 21117 fo:

Building, 31 West Lake Street, Chicago' , V IV .'
the beautiful Huron f= -
Town Canoes in first
1isposal. --
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et on the Huron River a
)r reservation A cool, restful pIace to
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came and have a (juiet
mt t Belunch. or one of our 'deli-
ed? cious fountain specials._
atat
y 9OM 109 'South Main Phone 21414N

LOST-Valuable German
about 7 1-2 mniths o1(.
4484 or 21357 or notify
and receive reward.
ISST-Gold fraternity
Wednesday night. R1. A
Phone 3497, 407 N. Iuge
JLOST-Smnall pocket boo
ins; bills in or betweei
and Engineering Bld
Call 2.132.
LOST--Gold foufitain pen,
Arnold on cap. Call 264
LOST-Will finder of sr
pigskin purse in Libral'
Skindly mail it to D~aily,
containing checks and
retaining change and1
ward if dlesir'ed.
F ORtSALE
1'ORI SALE-Canoe, Al
Snew paddles and back,
$30. Call C. K. stoob), 11,
Sgalls. Phone 3256.
FOR SALE or exchange,-;
library, all in good orde
DailyB~ox 110.
FOR RENT

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[Finder call DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOP offers,
y,.Ick Dunn soft water shampoos, especial at-
tention for curly hair. Hair cut- I
skull on ting and waving by expert opera-
A. Burhans. tors. :Phone 8878.
ails. - -
ok conti- F"M. Raymond, '99L.,II
.TeacherAppointed Judge'
!g. Reward
Fred M. Raymond, '99L, has been
name A. R. appointed federal judge in the western
47. Michigan district, succeeding Judge C.I
:mall brown W. Sessions,~ Judge Raymond is a na-!
iry building [tive of Marne, Ottawa county, and re-
Box 111, ceived his degree of. L.L.D. in '99. Mr. I
key inact 'Raymond had no formal political back-I
keyls iactre- ing, being a virtual "dark horse" can--i
didate. but hie was actively supported,
by Congressman Carl E. Mapes, and
approved by Senator James Couzens.I
condition, 2I J
rest. ~ Toklo, May 14. - More than 2,0001 I
:re t.Prie- homes were destroyed by fire at Ku-
10 SouthInI majaya, a center of the silk industry.,
a good law ;
er. Michigan

I 'ENSIAN PAYMENTS
I Students who have lost re-
Iceipts for the 1525 'Ensian, or
who have not yet paid in full
Ifor their books, may obtain
Inew receipts or conclude their
Ipayments by calling at the 'En-
Ssian office at the Press build-
ing between 2 and 4 o'clock any
afternoon this week, it was an-
p ounced yesterday iby Frederick
M. Phelps, Jr., '26, who will be
jin charge or distribution.;j
I New receip~ts will be issued
to) those who, have lost the
originals. Those who fail to
l): inwil efulldfor ter'nin
wil befocedtowait until af-
ter the regular (distribution has
been' completed to obtain books,
as there will be no time in I{
Jwhich to straighten irregular-
I ties when the distribution at
the Library is ini progress. I'

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1jt011 RECNT- Lar ge (lesil'able rooms
. or sumler students. shower bathls,
Srent reasonable and located be-
~tween Ferry Field and campus.
~Phone dial 21677 or ('all at 533
SPackard.
FOR1 RENT-Professor's homse, for
' summer Session or entire sununier.Il
;Completely furnished, 7 rooms,
b~athi and large sleeping porch.
electrical appliances, garden, gar-j
~e. On bus line near Burns Park.
Plhone 21655.
TYPE WRITING
S1'IJtDl4'NTS---lave your notes and
,thesis neat by typewi'iting thei forj
'only 10c pier p~a Ve. 6,37 Oakland.
,Phone 21453.j

GOOD
CLOTHES
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for AMERICANS

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The Howse of Kuppenheimm,

CHARLES TITTJIAfiY
(Baritone)

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(Contr'aIto)

WE TEACH ALL
C@ MIlERtlAl RANCHCS
if you are interested in
a I)F1 i10e~s caeer why
n iot get our advice as
j to Wim imanch I(lito 510-
cialli'e in, we can lgive
you v'aluable informa.-
t ion.
PrepareHeClire for Su1c-
HAMILTON
BUSINESS COL-
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State & I-Tilliaun1 Sts.
_ Ann Arbor

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(Soprano)

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This Week in The Saturday Evening Post
Tohe MAYFAIR--$5. 0
A suit for the typical young American.
One look at its manly vigorous lines
tells you that. Kuppenheimer makes the
real American styles-in fine fabrics
and fine tailoring. See them here.

HENRI SCOTT,
(Bass)

3TARIO CIIAMLEE

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Handsome single breasted
exclusive Deauville Flannel
handsome fabrics.

models 11n
and other'

COURSE TICKETS
On Sale up to May 11 th
$5, $5.50, $6, $7
If festival coupon from Choral Union
ticket is returned, deduct $3 from these
prices.0
Address orders to Charles A. Sink, -Sec-
retary, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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N. F. ALLEN & CO*
MAIN STREET
-the house of Kuppenheimer good clothes

EMILY STORES HAGAR
(Soprano)

' "OtI) tK STOCK
Conductor of the
CHICAGO SYMPHONY
ORCH'IESTRA

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