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WVEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1925 PG1 ~~E

THE MICHIGANDAL

DAILY

PA619 sE

THISSIFIE
COLUMN LACOLUMN
CLOSES CLOS@S
AT 3 P.Mi. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M,

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TYPE WRIT ERtS_
TYPEWRITERS Splendid machines.
Best makes for rent or for sale.
HAMILTON BUSINE~SS COLLEGE
Phone 781;~.
WiANTJ'D-- TIliesii to typo. Mlyma V.
1 or'J'ypatvrter Repainng !
I~eatP~r Ise . o(Itcack -ypewies,+
Stand;Arv Ad 3 ort,)lA&-adding wia'
(Adnes.

NOTICE

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Our moderate prices ria Re it l)ISil)1C
for all to have 1Fit11S II 11 ()?1.
GR1OWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORIAL CO. !
.22 .21Liberty. PIi-ore 1630,
Fresh every Friday. 'Rpj(.e' 5 1.19 E,
bb rty.
UIthe~stld Ilow~am hIA Pd ,lnehiny Co

FOi~RPENT
5-RtOOM apt. with baath and heat, va-
c-,in(. i UIe 1. (',a be had at very
iW50]inale rentaIl for Summ11rne
: (°1i01 if (lsirell. Prefer tenanit
FOR SALE

St.con(l semle.ter freshim
whose marks for the fir
seniester wereof o"C'' grade
jlbett(ei' arme celigibmle to try out 1(
p~,.oiin oil the lower Busine
Staff of the 1926 Michigane
jsiait.,
Applications should be fmay
in person at t he Press buildt
any afternoon this week betwe
(2 ando 3 o'c'lock.
F.' M. PTIELPS, Jr.
E Business M~anage

IChosen President
en
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for !EAT
{ The " lue Lantern"
2 3e tfISLAND LAKE
V 1. Saturday, May 23, 1925
Jean Goldkette's1
er. f "Breeze Blowers's
Dancing 8:30
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I Besy Rss"on yur bx o

'ILI ti i li 14 t I? *~ I'.' I L i(l 1-1,k E Inl s- i ili toritg-
f all ing-l~r c king--St,,z ra ge 1 1 1 t, rlmzt ig order, -i goodl
Cal usforbug(1 ~t fle 1I~ll~i. 1~ I wbattery, $40.001. Bu ist go,
Loads inured. I ship to all point=,. ca,(11Wlh
6.26 'Detroit fSt., toca'lp Ned as, (1111Wlc
WVA IT 14'G)iv' SAL141i'i liixie banjio with case
0. G'. A N )ItES aiI jolin NWith1 case. Purdy 2035
222 SOUTIHlISTATE 5Th F E'I'

A11. 1114)11.M~t1Eli, . K LOS'r---Cold signet ring with n
Will stsyYuour tlst. grain A. Al. If. Left, on piar
you bst Barbours Gymnasium. Ann M.
9 Si~t1i, {) .',ST-B~rown fur with scarr, 1M
XVAV H ~~j(tR. heater. Saturday night. F
girs oi St~ a~l + qute'EL 96-5). Reward.
double rf>z, istt . t( X
496:3 aftell b a . tLOT--Back leather note-book,
(lay A. M., mroom 30031 A. II,
WtiTE) w': r~~i4d o1c r~e U. 11. Return to 'Ensian Bus
}position in fr terniN i li .21.-u2ht2 orrice.
tween 2 ando'. loU6i.

IA BR=ETrPO, S for I Ibe N1, 1 t val,..af, e
nlow on sale at helolowing
places, IUiiVersitIy iMu sic IMluse,
A .1e n i r f t i l o r ? S u -It Phono. Shop, \ValIi 's, ( h fi iii li
Mlater's, Studlents rrply rrStore,
Schaeherle k& Sons 'l usic lILouse,
andl Grinnell IpI otlhrs.,

FOR)itSA l AK T.-wo
May Festival,
:,Ealtt(Call 9626.

patrois liciets' for
main floor. Good

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Glern Frank (above), editor of thelI
dentin y Magazine, is expjet'ted to ac-
(~ept tlhe, presidency of VUiversity of:
X Wiscoulsiil, offered hirei by tile board
of regents. Rosece Poumnd, (lean of
Har~ivarid law school, first. chosen for!
th lepositilon. 'P'clined.

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(,O S - V .E.-ti\asl enaw District,;
;wg 100111 ii otir,,ha rd wood floors,
i t c nlatce, good eloset 5, good heat-j
ing sx<< t ei,, w ly pa intedIand dec-
o ma ted, giva ge, localtiou 52:11Linden
4., ii s vAn.(,I] SchmoolI and(1colveni-
iinto10 1'Iii -'sil v. Termis. lDial
ownler.3291.

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COLLE~GE Student* tt'avd i or tsumr-'
aver; healthful work, salary $360
for 90 days. Railvay fare paid.,.
Write D~ept. "B" Park Avenue Bldg.,
D~etro it.

L.S---(oldi Waltham watchl, largeI
freward.. clay Knickerbocker,I
phlonle'4746.

-A pair of black and grey

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Try Our
Chees
Chicken

.FOR ItSA L' -T'w\o ha10

tic'ke'tsfor

/tile A i4a es..t iva I, on the ?cmainI
'~ I floor. Phone 21211.
r W~~le deliver - -1
..l.(P)OIt SAXLTI+ -it arley-DVa vidson motor-
Pho. 9636 cycle an side car', good condition.
l~ewl ee P'rice .$5.00, 1125 Michigan Ave.,
-~ ~~~~~~~~~ - ____________________Iphonle 22165.
FOR RENT
. 114'081 SALE--- louse suitable for fra-
FOR RE NT-First. floo r, two pleasant j eri iy or sor orit y. Southeast see-
furnished light Iousexeeling rooms15 t ion $ 1500 d1own. Reasonable
and kiteheutet te. Two) blocks tromut cimoilllly piaymlents. See hloffmnan,1
campus, comnveienice to hospitals,, 1799 East Uniiversit y. Phone 7078. I
also doule or single room aecond _________
floor. Dial 8794. . )NR S A LE--Tllree May Festival'
FOR ENT-Sep. 1 swcnic flor icekets 1st balcony, best seats, for
ap~artment,,four rooms1l, kitchenmette, 11Xa(yUfl('('l't. P hone 4372.
bath-room, sleeping p)orch, 9015 f'l i(lT orm'i'n adjacent seats for
Forest ave., Dial 6187. (lGabrilowilseb (Concert, Wednles'day,
____________________________________o____________Phone____351.
"Lf') DG '__ -? nn .- - .c n n. At ay cstial. i'h ne 8351

WAN'1EL)'- Dishmwsher, Kappa. Al-
pha Theta hlouse.
11,' PERlI ENCED cook dlesires l)05i-
tion in fraternity. Call 21542 be-
t-weenu 2 and 4 o'clock.
WANTEIFD-Student b~arber for sum-
mer. Apply at Shurch street.lBar-
her shop. Call at 607 Church St.
WANTFED---College woman for sum-
mer' work; valuable businesex-
Box 115.
FOR SALE --Ford in Al condition,
goodI tires. Will sell at a sacrifice.
Call (hun, lDial 4418.
LOST

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Shell rmmnned glasses. Probably
slost. in or near Law school. Phoue
!.J. M.Aikerell 4147.

BEAUTY SIIOPIES
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
BLUE BIRD HAIR SHOP'
5NICKELS AM"AI)E-9619I

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SENIORS
Attention is called to the
members of the senior classes
of all colleges that their sub-
scriptions to the Michigan
Alumnus have to be paidl by
tomior'row. The class treasurers
of the engineering and archi-
tectural classes will receive thle
payments from the members of
thleir classes; all other classes
amre to pay directly to the Uni-
versity treasurer.

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Ric-ler, tastier, more luscious sweets.
Tlw tou('h of collegiate atmosphere.
1 Nt fity of ,i'odli t mid perfection of maifact'ure.
SThe Best Alrays Pleases y
Betsy os Sho
.. In the ArL,"

DIIMATTIA BEAUTY S1HOP offers
soft water shampoos, espeCcial at-
tention for curly iair. hlair cut-
ting and wavinfg by expert opera-
tors. Phone 8875.

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Watch'for the Summer Michigan Daily

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RE WA RD
$5,00.00 BEWAil)!
$500.00 can be earnedl by college
men selling Fuller Brushes this
summer. B~egin collecting at once by
getting p a r t i c u l a r s fronm M. V.
Heaphy, 917 Mary St. Phone 3521.

SEN IOR IT Q1'Y /( 7(( Il I

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LOST--Key holder with several
one marked 810542. Please
Political Sciegce office.

keys,
call!

FOR l~RENT a fon~ls and gaza~U4.1 r[or;
Sinmer schoo0l at "527 1 'ackard,5
neat '.Thompsom. TOl.f)994..

ATTNI , ' 1Tit:S'N IOft BANQUET

As far- back as 1890, COCNN Saxaphones were, known
all over the world as thec sul-rcmr'e development of Antoine
Sax's famous invention. In the inany years orhich hNave p~assed
since then, COCNN saxaphones have riot wiy kept in tihe lead,
b~ut have forged steadily a headl.
SHEET MUSIC AND ACCESSORIES
Conn 1nstru'nt Company
1.1 N1('hILS ARtCADE

and all othe rs

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Students ead {a
*iAdvertisements?
a(A If you ado, surely you
ewill read this one1
d a n fn ay aS ph m r f o l ai g U1 sity came to see us, suggesting that we advertise in {fL
iA their undergraduate paper, and best of all convinced 41
a us, and this is how he did it:
First-He believed in Life Insurance because his
uncle (a good business man) had advised him to
UG buy some.
f~~i 1 Second-His Father died in the prime of life and f
I, tlgood health and left almost no insurance, when
I~ihe could have carried $50,000. I
Third-He also knew that he could buy Insurance
NOW at half the annual cost his uncle and;
Father had paid for theirs. f
All this convinced him that even though a student,
he should take out as much Life Insurance as his V
ff I allowance would permit.
I , ~~What About You?9't
!x,41I Every college student looks forward to a career,
which will make possible the fulfillment of the most
S cherished desires -- surely Insurance is a necessary ,
part of this program.
E1Insure, in part at least the value of your educated)
? self, NOW, making up your mind to increase it as I
~i business or pofssoalsoinsfolos.'
pany issues all forms of Life Insurance, endowments
for home and estate protection, mortgage replace- t.
ment, education of children, bequest or income for +
I old age; also annuities and permanent disability. The
John Hancock is particularly interested in insuring r-
'" college men and women aind obtaining college grad. I
, uates for the personnel of the field staff.
if you have read this, advertisement,
f{ ~you mwill aid your undergraduate Y
paper by communicating 'with the :
Ovr LIFE IN SURANCE COMPANY Dolla1s
OR BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS
197 Clarendon Street, Boston, Massachusetts
OvrSxyYearn in Business. Now Insuring Lives ZoBlio olr
!t~y -inPliie o_350,00Lie

A FEW OF THE ESSENTIAL ITEMS ARE:

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

SHOOTING
Extra le avy Double Sole Army and Hiking Shoes
M~occasin Pack Shoes ini High-Top, Regular or Oxfoid
Tennis, Officers and Lighi Munson Army Shoes

Field andI

Mosquito Tents--must be seen..to
be appreciated
Steel Mirrors with Caro; .-
Cant~cens with Cab, anid Belt

Regulation Khaki Army and Whipcord Breeches
C"amp Clothing Khaki :Coats and
Regulation White Navy pants and Hlats
Leather and Wrap Puttees Canvas ,Lengglug
Rain Coats, Ponchos, Slickers and Hats

'1Trousers

SHIRTS

of

rTowering.'TMass es"'

*The Garment Center Buidings
New York City
WALTfER M. MASON. At-chicet
Drawn by Hugh F'erris

Khaki, Poplin and Pongee Shirts, $1 .00 and Up
Also. Light Flannels, Broadcloth, 0. D. Wool Army Shirts
Corduroy, Suede and Plaid Blanket Shirts, Blouses and Bl~azer,%
Ladies Flannel Shirts, Heavy and Light Wool Socks
Golf Hose Cotton, Lisle and Silk H--ose
Underwear, all Styles
SUEDE LEATHIER JACKETS ini brownm, tan or grey for ladies and men
%nit Coats and S eaters, .9 and 'up
T E T m AlI k in d sCamp equipment, Gold Medal, Furniture, Folding
________________________________Cots, Stools, Buckets, Stoves, Air Mattresses, Sleep-
ing Bags, Canvas Auto Covers, Navy Hammocks,

H{ERE the new architecture ex'presses itself in great vig-
orous masses which climb upward into the sky wihma
pyramidal profile --gigantic, irregular, arresting. An earlier,
conventional building on the near corner is overshadowed,
engulfed in towecring masses of the newer buildng which
are prophetic of an architecture of the future which is
vividly stimulating to the imagination.
Certainly modern invention-modern engineering skill
and organization, will prov more than equal to the de-
mands of the architecture of dhe fuxture.

0OTIS

EL EVA TOR C OM PA
Office s in all Principal Cities of the World

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Downtown in Rear of Post Office

213 North Fourth Ave.

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