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THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1925 T E MCIA

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

U1THIS SSf l T_ DN
LASSIFES1 COSES
AT 3 P.M.! ADVER2TISING AT 3 PM

FOR -SALE
FOR SALE-Microsdope, Bausch .
Lamb), with case. Reasonable offer
considered. Box 2.
TYPE IIRITERS

Gets Afir ,Command

NO (TIC%
The following boxes have several
relties. Please call for them b~efore
they are discardedl.

TYPEXVRI'PEFRS Splendid machines.:
FOR RN Best makes for rent or for .gale.
RENT HAMILTO CN BUSINESS COLLEGE
FOR RENT-Rooms and garage for Phone 7813.
isummer school at 527 Packard, -
near Thompson. Tel. 8994. WVANTEI)Thesis to type. Myma V.
_______________________________ Hartsuff, 9387.

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i 5-DOOM ~iapt. witn bathi andi

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Box Nos. 67, 75, 93, 107, 112 and catJn1.anbhdatvr
113 reasonable rental for summer
Our moderate prices make it possible school if !desired. Prefer tenant
for all to have FRESH 1HOME' for entire year. Inquire at 633
- ~ GROWN FLOWERS. Church St.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CGO. I FOR RENT-A cozy suite for the
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630 for the summer, between campusI
MARTHA A W'ASI11N(a'I'ONV CAND)Y and hospitals. Dial 8842.
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119 E.FO Nrom rtle funsd
Liberty. uuse, southeast section with six
Rheads Hou01seho4ld Packing Co. rooms, bath and singl~e garage for
Moving-Packing-Storage summner only. Dial 3568.
Call us for long distance inoving.1
Loads insured. I ship to all points. FOR SAFE
526 Detroit St., Phone 3515.
-------FOR SALE-Willys.Knighit tourng-
l iOES REPAIRED) WHILE YOU excellent running order, 5i good
faAI I tires, new.,battery, $50A4). Must go
0. G. ANDRES to camp. Need caish, call Welch
22 St. SAT SRET4618.

For Typewriter Repairing
aull makes)I
Dealer .in ~Voodstock typewriters,
Standard and Portable adding mua-
chnines.
llA .,nArbor ''y pewrlter 1Exchaange
ILOS"' --"lack leather note-book, Fri-
(lay, A. M\., room 3003 A. ,11. aud-
U. 11. ,Return to .'Ensian ,Business
offce.
LOST-Large notebook, last Friday:
I ;nitials B. A. T. on front. Reward.
Cahll 1851 ask ;for Tyndall, 413 S.
Division.
LO ST-Phi U ammna Delta fraternity
pin. Owners~ name on back. Please

Education Club
.Elects officers
Eleci ion of officers for netxt yeari
was held at they last meeting of the
Woen's Physical Euaincu yes-
terday in Barbour gymnasium. Thie.,
are . Etruria Roster, '27. president;
;Gladys asteott, '26, vice-president;,
Martha Gill. '26. secrat-avy; and Sat al
!Bonine, '28, treasurer. They will tape
J , i c e im m e dl i a t e l y . 0 1 E
I ~VAR'IET'Y OF POMI'rIEiNM
(Continued fromt Page Five)
train wreck where people's bodies are
i 1ei g. picked up in b)askets.,,' To
which she retored, "But you send
I voflinil nurses to p~ick them up."
The remuneration of reporters is a1
j disadvantage, as they are the most
pKypaid in the, profession. Be-
tinners get fronm $20 to $25 a week.
Sp~eciazl reporters and~ correspondents
!-for large papers are well paiI, but
er3it takes perseverance to reach that
v1position.

lBethl vale

SI4GM1A DELT A P11ll",'OlIOIIlTTY :president, Minna Miller, '27; corres-
!INIT A't'ES 1+:IH T 11-031E\N lpondling secretaryi, Constance Clarke,
i ,< or dig secretary, Lillian Bronson;
(Continued from Page Five) sc:'al chairman, Phyllis Loughton,
Officers for1 the niew year were; and marshall, Elizabeth Strauss, '26.
elected as follows: Ipesident, Eliza-

Vs Iken ibiurgh.

'26; dice- ,r EAI) THE ?CLASSIFIED) ADS,

Col. 'lBenjamin Poulois, organize

LIBRETTOS for the May Festival are OlSL ii inwt ae return. Cl 11
FRnow on sale at the following and violin with case. Purdy 2035 { E1AU1IY -SIIOPPES
places, University Music house,, Ingalls 5638. _ 1 l aetCvn and Marvellin~g
Allmendinger Music House, Stoff- -Pe ..e .avn
le ioo.SoWars raham's FOR SALE-Two patrons tickets for MACK AND CO.
SMater's, Students Supply Store, May Festival, main floor. Good 3rd Floor Main St.
Schaperle & Sons Music House, _seats.______Call_______26._I IAiJ IRD h~-IAIR SHOP1'
.1 ~ ,~1 ~ ~TU 1T3T A )1, F~ fiilr

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ania lt~* airs" co lilnUU I une ir ,slurv"' -.
ice of the A. F. F.,. is now command-
ant of the Mitchell field. L. I., N. Y.1 of Thursday andl Saturday, May 21
lHe succ'eeds Maj. William N. Hensley. j and 2.3, fronm 9 to 12 o'clock, andl Fri -
: cday, May 22, from, 9 to 10 o'clock.
" Attendance at. the exhibition since
Et end Exhbition its opening on May 5, totals more
ThrugtFshanl 1,900, accoring to thereodj
- I of the visitors were students, many of
May Festival visitors will he given; whom have visited the gallery several
the opportunity to view the interna- times.
tional exhibition of modlern paintings t
fHonolulu, May 20.-Appointment of
now on disnhnvy in te west gatllerv of

u ,.,, . .,

ana urinneit Bromers. I

ATTENTION STUDBENTS
We clean and block hats of all
kinds with the latest of equipment at
the lowest of prices. 15 years of e: -
perinece will guarantee our work.
We also (10 shoe repairing of high-
est quality.
THEFRWA SII EIWEO S 51101'
1[16 E. - W1181InlgOnIISt;. Rl 7373:ij
COLLEGE LA)Y-We have a few
openings for studlents for summer
work; satisfying fronm standpointi
of (duties andl sealary; inust be
willing to work andI study. Write
Dept. "B", Park Avenue Bldg., De-
tro it.
1VAIT~IT
TAILORS
A TAILOR-MRADE s UIT
Will satisfy your taste, and fit
you best.
ILD TIHE 'TAILOR
113 South Main St.

FOR61 SALE-Wash tenaw District, I
six room house, hard wood floors,
fire .place,, good closets,: good heat-
ing system, newly painted and dec-
orated,. garage, .location 523 Lindent
St., near Angell School and conven-
ient to University. Terms. DialI
owner 3291.

FOR SALE-Harley-David son motor-
cycle and side car, good condition.j
Price $50.00, 1125 Michigan Ave.,
phone 22165.1
f1I+OR SALE--Three May FestivalC
tickets 1st balcony, best seats, for
any concert. Phone :4372.
FOR SALE-Ford in Al condition,
goodl tires. Will sell at a sacrifice.
Call Gin, Dial 4418.
I FOR SALE-Corona Portable type-
writer in excellent condition.
Phone 4607, 1223 Volland.
JFOR SALE-12 room house suitable
for fraternity or sorority, near Hill

DIMAT'TIA BEAUTY SHOP ofes j Alumni Memorial hall, by arrange-
soft, water shampoos, especial at-{ meat of special open hours during]
tention for curly hair. Hair cut- the remainder of this week. The ad-
ting and waving by expert opera-! ditional hours of exhibition were ar-
tors. Phone 8878. rangedl by -the Ann Arbor Art associa-
REWARID visiting the city for the annual May
$: 54M.00 REW'rARD!!! Festival, might attend the exhibitionl
$50000 cn beeared b colegewithout conflicting with the hours of1
men selling Fuller Brushes thissceudcoer.
summer. Begin collecting at once by The gallery will be open to the pub-I
getting p a r t i c u l a r s fronm M. V. lic every afternoon for the remain,]-
fleaphy, 917 Mary St. Phone 3521. i er of the week between 1:30 and 51
o'clock except on Sunday when the,
________________________________ -visiting hours will be from 2 until 5
Io'clock. Thursday evening the open
NOTICE hours will be 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock. In
adldition to the foregoing periods, the
Second senmester freshmen gallery will be open on the mornings
whose nmarks for the first

Yang Chaiha, a Korean, as Japanese
vice-counsel for special duties among
Koreans of Hawaii has aroused greatr
indlignation in the Korean colony here.
IPatronize Daily Advertisers - if
pays.-A dd.C

Dancing,~
15---Hour Class Lessons,
$5.00. Free Dancing 8:30 to
10 P.M.r
ENROLL NOW
Class every Monday and Friday at 7:30
Private Legssons Daily, .10'.A. M.
to 10P.M
,TERRACE GARIDEN DPNCI.
22 Wtiuertli Arcade Phone 8,328

THE -'PERSONALITY PLUS",
ELvident in Ruby Shoes
Hlas Always
Been An
OU TTANDINC
No exceptions are found in this season's
sh-owing. B~oth dress models and the

new sport lasts ably uphold the
of Ruby.

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sem ester were on "C" grade or
better are eligible to try out for
positions on the lower Busipiess
Staff of the 1926 Michiganen-I
Ssiani.
Applications should be made
in person at the Press building
any afternoon this week betweenI
2 and 3 o'clock.
II F. M. PHELPS, Jr.
Business AManager.I

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St-, includes furniture, silverware,
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Detroit

WIANT D1-Student batrber for sun
fier'. Apply at Simrch street Ba
bietr shop. Call at 607 Church St.
WANTED-College woman Ifor sui
mnen work; valuable business e
perience, splendid oppor'tunit
Box 115.
{ WANTED - Chimney and furna
cleanting. 30 dlays cut rate. Pri
$3.50, work guaranteed. Pho
22388.

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$155 ;p .
"Take your own crowd with you. Special Tour-
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teachers, artists, tourists. Congenial compan-
ioans, good food, comfortable airy staterooms,
croad promenade decks and spacious public
rooms.
Conducted or independent University Tours
with extensive itinerary at inclusive rates.
Special Educational Tour, under auspices of
New York University, personally conducted-
b Dean James E. Lough ,
Sai lng on OHIO -' July 2nd
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