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SA'T'URDAY, MAY 16, 1925

SATUDAYMAY16, 925THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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U'MN CLAS S I-F I I0 COLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

Dutch Air 'Flivver' Uses Little Gasoline

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to allI studenits on all Michigani
Jewelry fromi today until commenlcelC-
mnent! Come in and we will be
pleased to show you our large stock.E
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302 S. State

FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Old Town Canoe, 17 ft.
$15. Call 5017.
FOR SALE-Canoe, Al condition, 2'
new paddles and backrest. Price
$30. Call C. K. Stoob, 110 South In-
galls. Phone 3256.

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Footwear for sports or -hik-
ing, in tans and combina-
tions, with crepe or leather
soles. Very suitable for
golf.

.Compacts, watches andl pictures
frames of the most exquisite jewvelry
selections. These are especially
priced for the spring season.
A RN 0OLD1
State Street Jeweler

"FORL SALE or exchange, a good law
library, all in good order. Michigan
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SUITS
$25-$30-$35
BERMAN THE TAILOR
2012 Souith St~fatSret

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$5.0(0 to $6.50

Ormoderate prices make it possible i YEVUTN A- :: "{..:'3,: :{: ,. :{, .
for all to have FRESH 110ME I
GROWN FLOWERS. SrlJDENTS-Have your notes and(I
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO. thesis neat by typewriting them for Dutch aero manufacturers are ready to flood markets of the world with
122 . Lbert. .Phoe 1~30 nlyl~c er age 637Oakand a half gallIons of gas an hour. rrhey are eqluipped with a 25 h~p. Auzani engine,
MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDY Phone 21453. 1 building roof. The British vice air marshal, Sir Sefton Blrancker (left), is
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119 E. ' j known as Pander' monoplanles, at Croydon, Enigland.
Liberty. WANTED {
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RhedsHouehldPacking Co. I WANTED-Foar next year, single S ccess Of IN utrition JExhi bit
Moving-Packing-Storage l room for law student, cheap.
Call us for long distance moving.! STIJI)EN'TS FOR SUMMER WORKM a.el
Loads insured. I ship to all points. For special sales work. $24.00 ll" e d T th r-D . B l
L a To th r -D 526 Detroit St., Phone 3515. weekly salary anda bonius. Noex
CO" LG tdn; ayfrsme perience necessary. See Mr. J. G. Wheni interviewed regarding the! At present no plans are being made
months; splendid e x p e r i e 11 c e; Graham, Michigan Union, Monday, success of the nutrition exhibit held! for an exhibit next year, though an
pleasant work; $273. for 78 days. May_____18, _ ___all_____day._____in BTarbour gym~nasiumr this week, Dr. ; attemupt will 1)0 madle to make Nuttri-
Write Suite 309 General Necessities WANTED-Good five-piece dance! Margaret Bell, general chairman oftinWeannulorbnila-
Bldg., Detroit. orchestra for May 23. Call Graves; the commirittee, statedl thait the ex- fi nAnAbr
- 3818. ~~~~~~~~hibit was unquestionably successful,"ti rvlg oha uhci
SHE EARDWlI O __________________and that a great deal of interest intDr
WAIT- TAILORS nutrition had been1 stimulated in thle nent authorities as Dr. Newburgh,Dr
22 0. G. ANDRES A!I0~AE~Stud)ents and townispeople. Lerwis and Dr. Marsh each of whom
SOUTH STATE STREET ~ Tihl satisfy your .taste, and fit This was the first time such an gv h ulec nomto hc
-- LOST yuoes. elaborate program has been prepared wl eo lsi~ au ote,
WILD THlE TAILOR for such an exhibit, and the gratify- most.sBellfiant " think onewicheas
LOST-Small pocket book contain- 113 South Main St. luig attendance andl interest shown at ms infcn hns~hc a
ingĀ° bills in or between Treacher's _____________________ the lectures has asstured us that the brought to the attention of the visi-
andt Engineering Bldg. Reward. TYPEWRITERS{ trial has been worth while," -Dr. Bell; tors was Di. Mashs statement
Call 21132. , aid.I Thursday night that the 'energy in-
_________________________Phone 3912' 1________________________ take mnust not exceedl the energy out-
LOST-Gold fountain pen, name A. R.i For Typewriter Repairing *-puit.' That cannot be* brought home
Arnold on cap. Call 21647. hall makes) MVusic And Drama ; too strongly to the general public,"
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,____ continued Dir. 1Bell.
LOST-Will finder of small brown Standard and Portable adding ma- (Cninefo ,Pg Five) ____________________
pigskin purse in Library building chines. (otinued97 fragiebokd ;o
kindly mail it to Daily, Box 111, Ann Arbor 'Typwriter Exchange y; he.92 let eail1boe fr'ENS~IAN PAYMIENT'S1
containing checks and keys intact, svn BkBidig'the lMtetro___
retaining change and bills as re- Acadlemfy of Music, and the Chicago Stdnswo aels e
ward if (esired.BAT SOPSAucltoriun--it simply imutst 1)e the I p ,t r iw 12- Enia .o

air flivvers that use only one and
and can land in a city street or on a
seen insp~ecting one of the craft,
New York, Mlay 15.-MAayor Hylan,
acceding to the request of Health
Commissioner Monaghan, was va cei-
nated against smallpox yesterday as
an example to the public.

Walir'7s Shoe Store

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"Classified" Columns

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Engineering
and alt others

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Physician's offices with
dentist in Detiroit. Busy corner,
practice established, rent reason-
able. Apply in person. Dr. Snyder,
Mack Field, Detroit.
FOR RENT-Completely furnished
8-room home and garage for sumn-I
mcir session or-ent ire summer, one
bllock from camnpus. For further in-
formftation phone 21928, 518 Monroe.
FOR RENT-Lower furnished ap~art-
ment fromn June 15 to September
15. Inquire 720 Haven, phone 7252.
FOR RENT-Lower furnished apart-
maent, from June 6 until September
15. 720 Haven, phone 7252.
FORL RENT--Large desirable rooms
for summer students, shower baths,
rent reasonable and located be-
tween Ferry Field, and, campus.
Phone dial 21677 or call at 523
Packard. Mrs. E. B. McKigger.

Permanent Waving and Marcelling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.j
BLUE BIRD HAIR SHOP
a5NICKELIS ARC'AI)E-1)616
DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOP offers
soft water shampoos, especial at-!

best musical comedyy Miclhigan ever
p~roduced.
TH'IE I)A.N('E EXTRlAVAGANZA
lsillian Adela Franzow, a pupil of
Ruth St. D~enis and Ted Shawn, and
her company of sixty-five dlancers will

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ten tion for cu rly h air. H air cu t- p riese nmt th e 1925 edlition of T he lan ce lt n n a i g b x e t o e a x r v g i a at r h s r a l, D -
tors. Phone 8878. -__1_- troit ,on the ev ening of Siaturday, a
M Aay 2,3. The- progra1m- will include
]V1'?/1ffJIAL L. "The Story o1 the Tango,..""Th'le Hymn
ITEMS of Joy," "A B3abylonian S_ pectacle,"
andl other numbers patt ernedl after
the IDenishawn technique. Tfhe set-,
(Continued froni Page Six) tings have been designed by St ephen
pa E4psilon vs. Phi Beta Delta; dia- Nastfogle of the Bonstelle Company,
mond 3, Phi Lambda Kappa vs. Phi and seats for the performance have
Kappa Sigma; diamond 4, Tau Delta b~een placed1 on sale at Grinnell's Mu-
Phi vs. Delta Signma Phi; diamond 5, sic Store.;
Sigma Phi vs. Delta Sigma Delta. _ r--
E~ iDEPENDE rF,1BASEBILL Gradingr Startjed,

who have not yet paidl in full
for thmeir books, may obtain2
newv receip~ts 01'conclude their
p~aynments by calling at the 'En-
Sian office at the Press build-
ing b)etween 2 and 4 o'clock any
afternoon this week, it was an-
niouncedl yesterdlay by Frederick
ATI Phelps, Jr., '2(i, who will be
in charge of (distrib~utioni.
New receipts will be issued
to those who have lost the
originals. Those who fail to
.lhay in full for their 'Ensians
will be forced to wait until af-
ter the regular distribution has
been comp~letedl to obtain books,f
as there wvii le no time in
which to straighten irregular-
ities when the distribution at
the Library is in progress.
Terrace Garden
Dancing Studio
Open lDaily, 10 a. il to_ 10
i p.in. We teach all mnoderui,
fancy, ballot, stage, tango
and folk dances for children and
adults. Class every Monday and
Frid ay.
Pifteen one-hour lessons, $5.00.
No. 22 WtTEIITH ARVCA1)E
Phone 8328

Wool Camp and Army Blankets
Light Double Cotton Blankets
Barracks Bags, Navy Sea Fags
Haversacks and Knapsacks

A FEW OF THE E SSEN' TIAL ITEMS ARE:

SHOES AND CLOTHING

Extra Heavy Double Sole Army and Hiking Shoes
Moccasin Pack Shoes in High-Top, Regular or Oxford
Tennis, Officers ah.d Light Munson Army, Shoes

Mosquito TVents--must be seen. to
be appreciated
Steed Mirrors with Case
Cante ens with Cast and Belt

Field and

Regulation Khaki Army and Whipcord Breeches
Camp Clothing Khaki Coats and Trousers
Regulation White Navy Pants and Hats
Leather and Wrap Puttees Canvas Leggings,
Rain Coats, Ponchos, Slickers and Hats

Schledule for Mvondlay, May 18 : 4:1
o'clock-Diamnond 1, Wolfson's . War-
ifors vs. Nighthawks; diamond 2,I

At Nurses Home

FOQR RENT-Furnished house suit- I - iomgangas)entredn
ab~le for club of 14. Ample kitchenI Yankees vs. Newark Stars. oiigrdnhabensrtdn
and~ dining room. Box 112. the ground~s of the new Nurses'
_____ ______________ FRATEINITY HORSESHOES home. In places as much as three
FOR RENT-$60 monthly. Furnished, The league winners in Fraternity! feet is being cut away by steam
-~heated self-contained apartment. horseshoes as as follows: Phi Gain- shovels.
lust right for two adults. Dial 7013.I ma Delta, Sigma Chi, Alpha Kappa Next week laying of walks will be
Ralph T. Swezy. Lambda, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kappa Nu, started.
"Alpha Rho Chi; Theta Kappa Psi, Phi
FOR1t RENT- Furnished apartments Lambda Kappa, Sigma Alpha Mu. ____________
~and light-housekeeping rooms. Will
i'en unurnihedif esird. ial The following games in the elimina- -
ren ufurisedif esred Daltion series must be reported to this i - "
71013. Ralph T. Swezey. office by 5:30' o'clock Monday, May 18:-
FRRN-LredsrberosKappa Nu vs. Phi Gamma Delta; Sig- ,k k
for summer. students, shower baths, mna Chi vs. Alpha Rho Chi; TeaKp
rent reasonable and locadted be- pa Psi vs. Sigma Alpha Mu.I-
Phone dial 21677 or call at 533j Sweater awards for Sophomore lies
Packard. bowling and relay teamscabehd
____________________________by calling at the Intramural office.
FOR RENTr-Professor's honme, for I
unieseso oretrsume. Fort William, Ont, May 15.-Forest;t
Completely furnished, 7 rooms,! fires are ragingf near here. From
bath and large sleeping porch, {Hiirkett to Nipigon, fires have been
electrical appliances, gardlen, gar-, sweep~ing through the country, the-
age. On bus line near Burns Park. latter town being threatened with ;- -_ -a
P'hone 21655.- destruction.
FOR RENT-Sept 1, second floor I Dial 6282-
apartment. Four rooms, kitchen-1 Read the W ant Adz
905 Forest Ave. Dial 6137."'

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NOW
May Festival week

Khaki, Poplin and Pongee Shirts, $1 .00 and Up
Also Light Flannels, Broadcloth, 0. D. Wool Armay Shirts
Corduroy, Suede and Plaid Blankrpt Shirts, Blouses ano Blazers
Ladies Flannel Shirts, Heavy and Light Wool Socks
Golf Hose Cotton, Lisle and Silk Hose
Underwear, all Styles
SUEDE LEATHER JACKETS in brown, tan or grey for ladies and men~f
Knit Coats and Soweaters, $2.98 and up
TENTS:w All kinds. Camp equipment, Gold Medal Furniture, Folding
____________________________Cons, Stools, Buckets, Stoves, Air Mattresses, Sleep-
ing Bags, Canvas Auto Covers, Navy Hammocks,

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