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SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COLUMNCLSIFIE
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTI SING AT 9 PMN.

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TYPEWRITERS

FOR RENT
5-ROOM apt. with bath and heat, va-
cant June 1. Can be had at very
reasoltable rental for summer'
school if desired. Prefer tenant
ifor entire year. Inquire at 633
Church St.
FOR RCU{NT--A cozy suite for the l
for the sumer', between campus:
and hospitals. D~ial 8842.
FOUi JUINT"-- 'u Jished 8l tprtmei t for,
S Vt~)s school or loniger if dlesiredl.
D~ial 710i.13 Ralph T. Swezey.
FURNISIHED) house suitable for, club
of 14 or 16. Box 118.

Engineers Elect
Y'ear's Officers
Officers for 1925 were elected by
the American Institute of Electrical
engineers at 4:15 o'clock Thursday
afternoon. The oficers, who were
elected for the student branch, are as
follows: M. H. Nelson, '26E, presi-
(lent, R. D. Layman, '26E, vice presi-
dent, S. L. Burgwin, '26E, secretary,
,and R. A. Hoffman, '26E, treasurer.
1After the election of officers the reg-
ular business meeting was held.
+W)NcriIbe for Th'le Michigan Daly

Gioverns ~4le competition w~hen the all-campus gym- nc: s and runners-up in the various
Allednastic meet takes place at 2:30 o'- eet will receive numerals and the'
F'orces On Rhine c lock this afternoon in WatermanEcuit rant scoring the highest total ntr
z; yma sium. The meet is primarilya her of points in all events will re-
-,Ifor t hose meni who have been work-! ceive a silver cup deno ting the all-
-::: ... ig withi the squad all year b~ut otherj around gymnastic championship of the
entries willI he accep~ted. Univer ity.
Y'our events are to 1he conitested,
. :nil, sb oseparallel 1)ars, her- I ftonl Daily Advertisers- it
z >: : :.:":":::<:;: r ^: :irjontcal bear and Itumbling. The win- pays.--Ady'r'.

VACATION OPPORTUNITY 1 Phone 3912
Students everywhere easily miake For Typewriter Repairing
$30 weekly distributing remarkableI (all makes)
photograph Eclipse of Sun. Sells on Dealer in Woodstock typewrl~ers,
sight as it shows weird shadow ef-i Standard and Portable adding ma-
tectc on the snow, glimmering ligirt chines.
trees outlined against the twilight , Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange
b~ackground andl above the Sun at? 9 Savings Bank Building..
moment of totality; the Corona with - US
apointed plume shoots faithfully repro-1
dluced. Very special (discounlts to,
you. The Eclipse Photo Art Co., 15 LOST-Large notebook, last Friday.
East 40th St., New York City. Copy Initials B. A. T. on front. Reward.
on view at this office. Call 3851 ask for Tyndall, 413 S.
D~ivision.

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RENT-Rooms and lig~ht house keep-
S ing apartments. Also Oakland six
for sale. Call 943 Greenwood. Dial!
3671.
FOR RLNF -Forest Avenue 1109, fur-
jlis5hed 6-r'oomi house , por'ches, gar-

FOR RENT-Four b~ed rooms with
common living roomn suitable for
instructors or gradluate students.
11.10; Oakland .Ave.

E±NERG ErrIC, ca pable, college studentI
who wishes p~rofitable employment
(luring the summer. Profitable
from standpoint of health, training
and finance. Will be trained in bus-
iness. Salary and train fare; op-
portunity to travel. Write Educa-
tors .Association, General Necessi-'
ties Bldg., Detroit, Mich.

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EDUCATEID college womnan for sums-
mer work; good salary with chance
for permanency. Write Dept. "B,"
° 2011 Park Avenue, Detroit.
ENERGETIC capable college girl who
wishes profitable employment dur-
Ing summer. Profitable from a
standpoint of health, training and1
finance. Will be trained in b~usi-
ness. Salary and railway fare. Op-I
portunity to travel if desired. See
Miss Rennell in South Room of
Newberry Hall today 1 to 5.
Obur moderate prices miake it possible
for all to have FRESH HOME1
GROWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
MARTHA WASINGTON CANDY
*Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119 E.
Liberty.
Ithieads Household Packing Co.
Moving--Packing-Storage
Call us for long distance moving.
Loads insured. I ship to all points.
526 Detroit St., Phone 3515. ,
SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU
WAITT
n. G. ANDRES
222 SOUTH[ STATE STREET
ATTENTION STUD)ENTS
We clean and block hats of all
kinds with the latest of equipment at
the lowest of prices. 15 years of ex-
perinece will guarantee our work.
We also dIo shoe repairing of high-
est quality.
THlE WA SHIlN61TON SHOP1
106 E. _Washington St. D~ial 7373
COLLEGE LADY-We have a few
* op~enings for students for summter
* work; satisfying from standpoint
of duties and salary; must be
willing to work and study. Write
Dept. " Park Avenue Bldg., De-
troit.

E OS -P i a ma Deta fatrnty; den. June 101 to Sept 20. Phione 69'74. ..,-i4 47.---Al
LOS-Ph Gama elt frterityIF OR SALE-A good canoe, in ' xvel-
Ipin. Owners name on back. Please I .......XIAIVW I. I. EN100, REI'T lent (:olditioll. Moderately pieiCd if
return. Call 4151. 116 N. State Street, Spauling apar t-I plarhased at oncec. Phone 5687.
LS-Between 11111 auditorium and met.r Fefrihdromso ~OR .BALI!--Ford in Al eondiit ion,. '
Ferr fild, ~ckt 100k n(1keyer-bath, electric range in kitchen cdtrs Wl ela asciie
First floor.. Private entrance. Avail- go
container. Return to Irene Ilayner, al rn .ue11t Sp 5 u Call Ginji, Dial 4418. Gn i e uo o od
708 rch St. or Unziersity high mer rates. Dial 5474. office of military gover nor of the
ScholIns Terrace Garden Rhineland, one of the mnost impor tanut
LOTOepair of glasses, shell rimng RRElolfrJl, urilel tdojo1)s ill El')1c> at the present time.
nose glasses in a leather case. Phone house, southeast section with six Dancing Sudo-i
6484, 1629 Granger. Reward. rooms, bath and single garage for 11 Oen Daily. 10 a. m. to 10
s m e on y Di l 3 6 .p m. e te c al mo e n r I UI LO ST-Som ew here on Palm er Field, f n y al t t g , t n oT I O
on Lantern Night, a black leather FOR RENT--Cottage on Mullet Lake, and folk dances for children and~
notebook andi a fountain p~en. Con- Mih All modern conveniences. adius. Classeer Monday "[ andSMETTOA
tents very valuable to owner. Please Mrs. 111 M. Ilawxhurst. phone '3102. F riday. KL MPSand 109
Scall M. C. Dixon, 7817.I Fifteen one-hour lessons. $5.00.
__________________________________ o. 221 IVUET :Ii AII&'A1IE I Gymjnastic entblusiastys will hive an
LOST-One paroIselri Rsss JEAD )THE CLASSIFIED Ai)S. Phonme 8328 1
paro-selrm lse opportunity to witness some keenm Q
on the campus Friday morning.
One. bow broken. Marion Mead, Dial I
756$'Three Educational Tours in Europe
L OS'l ApaCiOeapn Cllvia the Sft. Lawrence River Route
LOST-A brown purse containing' These inexpensive Third Cabin Tours afford an exceptional
fountain pen, money, and valuable (( opportunity to visit
ilp 1pc i,+nprooa ~ in room1011)a Lit.WM - I~ Pff II AUOI

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Sport Footwear!.
In leather and crepe rubber soles
suitable for hiking or golf!
For men and women
$5.50 to $8.00
WARSSHOE STORE,

Phone 331 5

108 South Main

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k-T" SALE
Specially Priced

Bldg., Thursday noon. Call 8351.
Reward.
BEAUTY SHOUPPES
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
BLUE BIRD HAIR SHOP
5 NICKELS ARCADJE-9616
DIMATTIA BEAUTTY SHOP offers
soft water shampoos, especial at-s
tention for curly hair. Hair cut-
ting and waving by expert opera-
tors. Phone 8878.I
Marceling and Curling
Phone 21429 527 E. Liberty
Read the Want Ads

BRIITAIN -fHOLLAND -- BELOWN UM-RAC
and to see some of the most beautiful and romantic places in Canada,
including historic Montreal and Quebec.
The river trip accustoms one to the ship long before the Ocean is reached
and the scenery on almost one-thousand miles of river from Montreal
to the sea will live long in the memory.
JUNE 19- Leaving Montreal on the JUNE 27- Leaving Montreal on the
Athenia for Glasgow, returning from Ausonia for Plymouth. returning from
Cherbourg July 17 on the Ausonia. Liverpool July 24 on the Alaunia.
Under auspices Guy Tombs Limited, Under auspices. W. H. Henry Limited,
Montreal. Montreal.
JULY 3-Leaving Montreal on the Letitia for Glasgow.
returning from Cherbourg July 31 on the Ascania. Under
auspices of Guy Tombs Limited, Montreal
Inclusive cost of Tour $330
Consult the following for more details and for
particulars of itinerary
Guy Tombs Ltd. W. H. Henry Ltd..
285 Beaver Hall Hill 286 St. James Street,
i Montreal
The Robert Reford Co. Ltd., 20 Hospital St., Montreal
CUNARDm-ANCHOR- DONALDSON
12,13 Wils iifgtou hIld., Detroit, M helm, i

A marvelous collection to select from, including every, new sfykp and; colpr.
Comec in and be convinced.
All Veils and Veiling at Half Price.
Beautiful Flowers for Hats and Dresses

Puyear & Hintz,
328 SOUTH MAIN
All Sales Cash and Final.

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FIELD PARTIE-
Engineering
Botany
SGeology
Geography,
and all others

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Tfry our
Cheese
Chicken
Hamburg
Sandwiches
We deliver
Pho. 9636
Kewpee

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A FEW OF THE ESSENTIAL ITEMS ARE.:

WANiTEDI
SAXOPHONE player, alto, 4 yeaws
experience, summer resorts, de-
sires work while attending sums-
iner school. Box 117.

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

Mosquito Tents,--must be, seenito.,
be appreciated
Steel Mirrors with Case
Canteens with Case and Belt;

7-

WANTED-For next year,
room for law student cheap.
112.

single
Box

SHOES AND CLOTHING
Extra Heavy Double Sole Army and Hiking Shoes
Moccasin Pack Shoes in High-Top, Regular or Oxford
Tennis, Officers and Light Munson Army Shoes

WANTED-Two rooms, high class
accomodations, or one large room,
preferably in apartment, near cam- I
pus for next school year, for an$
instructor. Box 116.
WANTED-Tutoring in Latin. Exper-I
iencedl teacher. Te~rmls moerate.
Edith E. Atkins, 916 Monroe Street.1
Dial 21141.
WANTED-Middle aged white woman
to cook in small summer hotel, $30.
weekly. Reference required. CallI
Barley 3218.

Field and

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

Trousers

SHIRTS

WANTED-White Cook to finish year
at fraternity. Dial 3818 Walthour.3
WANTED-A suite for 4 upper class-
men in private home near the canm-
pus for next year. McCormick, 4088
TAILORS
A TAILOR-MADE QUIT
Will satisfy your taste, and fit
you best.
WILD THE TAILOR
113 South Main St.
SUITS
$25-$30-$35
ii ERMAN.THE TAILOR
802 South State Street

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 Blazers
Ladies Flannel Shirts, Heavy and Light Wool Socks
Golf Hose ,Cotton, Lisle and Silk Hose
Sweaters and Underwear, all Styles
SUEDE LEATHER JACKETS in brown, tan or grey for ladies and men
Slickers
In green and yellow, for men, women and children

I TE TS: ll k ndsCamp equipment, Gold Medal. Furniture, Folding
TETIl i d Cots, Stools, Buckets, Stoves, Air Mattresses, Sleep-,

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