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WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1925

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGIC SAVN

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4OLMN LASIFll U

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FORS)RUJLNT

('OL, L1', girlI for profitable summer i OR RENT-Couple to rent 4 room;
vork. Good salary. See Miss Ren-; apt., 1st floor, all conveniences,
;:~: nel, outhroo, Nwbery Bll. care of furnaces. as part payment;

Itorium.1 public speaking for engineers,. is
' ( j j "' 4-34-31asqtes muets in .S;athaht's-; held in room 348, wvest Engineering
WH'1 jAT S 'S GiV 1GN V el'nel al. bilig
Notices to appear in this column must 'i :60-1 11-li eshyi etinSiet-yor 01.1---Uiversity nieniiorial iieetiiit;
be le-ft in the. box at the Da;:y office Military Enginreet 5. meets in the It. in honor of President Marion 1L.
pr,)vided for tlat Purpose before 4
o'clock srcccedinvg .=e .day of i:sane. 0. T. C. office. Burt on is held inl IHill au iditor'ium.l
---- - ___7 :4,1-Varsity band assembhles att]lad. Robert. Frost is the speaker.
WEDIN SI)AY quarters for last mid-week concert' ----
onh4fi-'piso the )lcign ~ Lib~rary .stepts Fit a 26.-A special bond elec.~
Shield are distributed from the E :t t1-8 ;60-H. WV. Becher, of the He., tion will be held for Flint tax payers
Shield office in the R. 0. T. C. bld-iI1 tropolitan Life Insurance company, June 4 when they will ballot on pro-'
ig. meets seniors who are interested in ?posals to sell g60,400 worth of bonds.
ii :f00-Weekly ti'~enmbly of fresh inti telieisuac business as a________________________
engineers is held in room 348. west .: profss.in Prom f4t2eUninr.
E┬▒ngineering building. tiltDA YTRO S
2.;00-:00--C. L. Fetters, of the Smart- sirauetof Illinois, speaks on "LovIU IJ lALYTY{T
st- TmeaueDistillation of Coal, k
jsilk Hosiery Mills, _Inc., mes t-In om 30, atEgnTrn j he Summer Michigan Daily
dents interested in summer work, in;irom 30,es Ennein
rom2 nvriyhll. building. ( offer' students who. expect to
! roomAl Uonioere oeniteety:ttUierha nt fth .a ttend1 Summer School all of the
Naval Reserve force meets. in the: advantages and ex pe r ieceI
edi rtn hemscfr tR. 0. 1. C. Drill hall. V ! hich1 are found in The Mich-
year's Junior Girls' play meet in U1-Qlutrd4' ocet!-aet ~ *n Daily, anid also the oppor-
Barbour gymnasium. I t. unity for faster advancement.I
4:6(0-Tlbe ,board. of directors of HIas- 1I0Boh the editorial and business
qlues meets in Sarah Caswell Angelll stfswladafe mnad
hall. TB URlSDAI sat ilad e e n
! v women. during the netfew

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Are you
t going intoh business"
ORevery man who is preparing for
Flwor medicine, there are scores who
are thinking of the future only in indef-
inite terms of "p~ing into business".
The Insurance Company of North
America has openings within its organ.
ization for several such men--men who
will join its forces with high standardsof
personal achievement in busineoss. 'These
are not selling positions or 'insurance
agencies, but departmental positions in
the home organization-and branch offices.

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I furs9-1 2- Wenesay.for coming school year available
at = ,A~ir'i'I NTIN is F'" ~t?[I'Y M1EN after June 15 'or Sept 1. 315 N.
Hlighly remnunerative summer posi- State.
tiisare being offered to 50 men by
~ wll stalise~land~ reliable Ile- F"OR RENT-4-room furnished apart-!
troit fimn. ];,,perien ce unnecessary. ment for summer school or longer.!
Do not overlook this great oplportun_ - 315 N. State.
ity.For ~i~o~iliiitiwitW aply
ity.Forpersnalintrvie aply!!1r l l ..T i" --rnsri (Mia I h.ree-,,,,,,i

A.M. and 9 P.M. May 27, 28, nd 29. I

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COLLEG ,E GIRDS ---- o you want
Summer work with a good salary
anid a b)onus. Apply, b)ox 119 Michi-
gan daily.
Our moderate prices make it posssible
for all to have FREISH hOME
t GROWN FLOWFERS.
ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
!.22 E. Liberty. Phone 1630

1fAi 'T A NWA> [i NC .ON AiNDIY
Fresh every kridaiY. Tice's, 119 E.
Liberty.

apartment for summer months,-'
groundl floor. 531' Thonmpsonl St.
Phone 5791.
FOR RENT-Residence Fuitable for
house clubi located two blocks from
campus. Calllit)1 N. Thayer, Dial
8073.
FOR RENT-House six rooms ,and
bathi one-half block north of Cam-
pus also rooms for summer stud-
ents. 220 S. Ingalls.
FOR RENT-Rooms for summer-
suite, double and single. Reason-
able. 425 S. Division.
FOR RENT-~Rooms, double, single
and suite. 422 E. Washington.
WVAN TE9I0
WANTED-3 students to work forj
board from about, June 2.thru Juie'
j14. Fraternity house. Call StewardF
Iat 5618. fi

4 :W-.:41II W. Becker, of the Me-
tropolitan Life Insaura nce company,
meets seniors who are interestedl in
the life insurance business as a
profession, in room 422, Union.
4 :1.,-Members of Hon or council meet.
a t N'ianhn,,ray ihn

4 :1 -l c
Poet o Ito
by M. P
versity of
Natural

[tre in French, "Au1 Pass 4111
.onsardl,''(avecrlprojectionis)f
an! Laumonier of the Uni-
of Paris. is presented. in the
Science auditorium.
i1isjirafie board of the lit-
sliege meets in Dean John R.
's office.
for guar'd meets iwith Dlr .1
in Waterman gymnnasiuin.
Wkly assembly it Eiglish :3,

: Rheads .Hotusehold Packtng .Co.
Moving-Packing-Storage
Call us for long distance moving.
Loadls insured. I ship to all points.
26Detroit St., Phone 3515.
;SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU
WA ITI
V. fG.4ANDRES
232SOUTH ISTIESTREET

weekls. Persons interestedl are
urg ed to see Thal or Mansfield,
on the editorial side, any after-
noon from 2 to 5 o'clock, or
Conlin, on the business side,
any afternoon from 4 to 5:30
o'clock. These men may be
found at The Daily offices in
the Press building on Maynard
street.

Inquires are invited and will be prompt.
ly answered by
IMrURANCE COMPANY -of
NORTH AMERICA
3rd 4& Walnut S&s.
Philadelphia
AOLr

I :15-Jnior education class meets in fiie
room 206, Tappan hall.7 :4)[J-Tou1
4:1 r-Prof. Chairles Lune Poor of (101I' A. MVay v
umbhia university gives a University 7 :4t1--Weel
lectur'e on "Gravitation vs. Relativ -
ity," in the Natural Science audi-
MIST
LOST-A pair of shellrm gass
near Island Park Friday afternoon.
Reward, call H. L. Williams, Lane
Hall.
LOST-Fitch fur between suh
Thayer and south D~ivision Friday1
evening. Dial 9841. Reward, return'I
to 206 S. Thayer.j
LOST-In Union ,wash room, Gruen
wrist watch, Saturday. Return for
generous reward. Call 7043.
AFM mr1iTV lTR 1TV11U1 V U 1X

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rUTT,-LE'S LUNCH
Assures.'You of Delicious Food

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11am burg
Sandwiches
We deliver
Pluo. 9636
Rewpee

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Service

WANTEI-Experienced young man
to handle an exhibit of rare old
Playbills, both in Detroit ,and Ann
Arbor. Address E. C. D., box 121
Daily.
WANTED -A junior student wishes
to earn his room year around by
tending yard and furnace. Diall
6847.j
SAXOPHONE player, alto, 4 years
experience, summer resorts, de-
sires' work while attending sum-
mner school. Box 117.j

338 Maynard

9STA8LiSNeD 1316
Telephone Murray Hill 8800
'Our Representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT
Today, May 27
with Samples of *Ixeady-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
for Summer
Send for "The Replenishment. of the Ward robe'

highly remunerative suminer posi-
tions are .being offered to 50. men by
a well established and reliable De-I
troit firm. Experience unnecessary.
Do not o~erlook this great opportun-
ity. For personal' interview apply
room 306 Michigan Union between 11
A .M. and 9 R.M. May 27, 28, nd 29.
FOR SALE

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MOTIVCE
Driving west in touring car as far
as Salt Lake City, can take one or
two passengers all or most of way.
Call 3851 or 6242. R. P. Alford.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Two rooms one double
or single, very reasonable. X520
Chelsea Ct. Dial 8356.
FOR RENT-Upper duplex for next
year, five rooms, garage if desired.
905 Forest Ave., Dial 6137.

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FOR 4--For summer school,
rooms new, close to campus, :single
or double for girls. 821 Univ. Dial
4018.'
FOR RENT-Comfortable well-fur-
nished room for summer for uni-
versity or b~usiness girl. Private
home; no other roomers. Conven-I
ient to campus, buses, interurban,
stores. 708 Arch. Phone 7734. J

WANTED-Suite or apartment' for
four upperclassmen for year 1925-;
26. Call 9022 after, 6 P. M.j
PRIVATE party wants Ford coupeF
about 21 or 22. Describe condition
and lowest cash price. Box 122.
IVANTED-An~. experienced shoe
salesman for steady employment.
Applicants for summer work only]
are not desired. Apply at office
2nd floor. Mack & Co.
BEAUTY, SHOPPESI
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
BLUE BID HAIR SHOP
5 NICKELS ARCADE-9616

A TAILOR-MADE QUIT
Will satisfy your taste, and; fit
you best.
WILD THE TAILOR
113 South Main St.

I~~iu1,Kaywode Milano ips
See Our Stock .
Before You Buyr
CRIIPPEN'S DRUG STORES
713 N. SUniversit~y
I-219 South Main 217 North Main
"A store in every-shopping cist tet"

BOST'ON
LITTLE BUILDING
TREVONT OR.BOtLSTON

PA LM BEACH
PLAZA FULOWG
iCOuY+mT Y RO-A D

FOR SALE-Police puppies, $25
,$40. Dial 5123.

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SUITS
$25-$30-$35
HERMAN THE TAILOR
802 South State Street
( TYPEWRITERS
I Phone 3912
For Typewriter Repairing
(all makes)
I Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,
Standard and Portable adding ma-
chines.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange
I 9 Savings Bank BuildIng.
I FOR SALE-1920 Ford Touring.
ICheap. call Wayne Schroeder. Dial
j5817.

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"Classified" Columns

AcuGf~AltUL~OING
,22 0. - :u~evvuzAvv~r~

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NowIt

AT 311 Thompson, rooms cool
clean. Hot water all the time.

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Marceling and Curlingt
Phone 21429 527 E. Liberty

FOR RENT--~Two rooms, one double
or single, very reasonable. 520
Chiever Ct. Dial 8356.
WANTED TCO RENT-Either in June
or September for the year, smiall
furnished house, or rooms for
housekeeping. Must be near St.
Joseph's Hospital. B~ox No. 122.
FOR RENT-Two blocks from cam-
pus, convenient to hospital, two
furnished light housekeeping rooms
and kitchenette first floor, also
double or single room second floor.
Dial 87 94.
Student Transfer Clo
TRUNKS A SPECIALTY
DIAL 6472

DIMATTIA BEAUTY

SHOP offers

soft water shampoos, especial at-
ten tion for curly hair. Hair cut- FOR SALE -A very
ting and waving by expert opera- ( Price reasonable.
tor's. Phone 8878. Apartments 8431.

good refrigerator.
Call 14 cutting

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Aide-

for the
Summe

We have tried to supply a few novelties to aid you in
enjoying your vacation. We suggest that you come in and
see our complete line before leaving for home. A few sug-
gestions - Peter Pan Grama-Phones. Perfect records,
Kazoos and Ukuleles priced ft rm $2.10 to $30.00.
CO N'aMUSIC SH"POP
14 NICKELS ARCADE

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AGENTS
WANTED
-by an organization which
sells highest quality textiles
direct to the consumer.
Exclusive territory given
to agents who indicate the
willingness and ability to
earn money during the sum-
mner.

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immediately after commencement our com-
mercial selling opportunity awaits a number of
straight-think'ing, ambitious men whxo are seeking a
permaetadicesnl profitable connection,
that eventually leads to the virtual ownership of j
one's own business. Our proposition is sound and
substantial. Men who are interested are invited to
interview Mr. J. F. Potts, at the Michigan Union,
Thursday afternoon and* all day Friday of this
week.t

Subscriptions may now be taken out
for the summer edition of the Mich-

igan Daily. This paper

is published

every day
all of the

but Monday, and contains

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University

announcements

just as the regular Daily does.

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