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TURSDYAY, MAY 28,,192-5

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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061NCOLUMN 0COE
AT)3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

Grand Rapids, May 27.- Between Electric Mie
1,200 and 1,500 men representives ofAlns
lodges in Michigan convened in Grands Guard Coastline
Rapids yesterday.

LSpring. Events

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Glasgow, May 28,-The propaganda
office of the Glasgow Communists was
broken into Sunday night for the sec-
ond time in a week.

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FOR RENT

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LOIST

FOJR RENT -Two rooms11, one double!
IMEN AN D IW(O11EN rI
zehv eyatatv rp- or single, very reasonable. 520!; LUST-Small black beaded bag con-,
fitioni to offer you. We have a teau- Cbever Ct. :Dial 8.356. f taining two Fingerle meal tickets.
-- Rteturn to 10 Nickels Arcade.
tiful Lake property, lots of shady; WIANTED 'TO RENT-Either in June';
'trees, and sandy b~each. Experience or September for the year, smalli LOST - Black leather notebook,
p~ot n ecesary, we furnish live leads. i furnished house, or rooms fair, stamped Albert T. Peck. Reward.;
Our system enables you to make:; housekeeping. Must be near St. ! Call' 4017.
money the first week. Call or w rite1 Joseph's Hospital. Box No. 122._
"Chrystal Beach! Development Co., 511-[_____________________LOST-A pair of shell-rim glasses
'' 512 Lafayette Blvd., Detroit, Mich. I SUMMER STUDENTS-Best rooms in1 near Island Park Friday afternoon.
Ing school year in fraternity orl city, near campus. $2.50 and $3.00l Reward, call H. L. Williams, Lane
SNOTICE-Vacation position, teacher' wek 37Ghopsn.eal
or college student. Chance for per-'FOR RENT-Suitable for Fraternity} LOST--In 'Union wash room, re
nmanency. Salary $275.00 for 3; or club. Located within threeI wrist watch, Saturday. Return for
months. Call Yanaway at City y.1 blocks of campus. Phone 8444. -generous reward. Call 7043.
McK~iEY,81-Lage quetroom, F OR~ RENT-Couple to rent 4 room ;A TE-T tIN FUN IVERSIT Y MEN
all conveniences, reasonable. In- apt., 1st floor, all conveniences,1 ihyrmnrtiesmetoi
structor, teacher, graduate or ad-,cr ffrae spr amn; tions are being offered to 50 men by
vanced suetNetyapoei for coining school year avai lablef
studnt.Nex yea, ponea well esta'blished and reliable De-
4633. after June 15 or- Sept 1. 315 N.jtotfr.Epri c neesr
-~State. Itrifim Exeineuncsay
,F OUND-In University library, a__________________ Do not overlook this great opportun-
small black purse. Call at charg-1 FOR RENT-4-room furnished apart-i ity. For personal interview apply
ing desk. ment for summer school or longer. ( room 306 Michigan Union between 11
315 N. State. A.M. and 9 P.M. May 27, 28, nd 29.

,ay2 -4a~panese Atil-Stars ivs. Ili ich
g a.2n-baseball.
May 18, ) -Interscholastic Tennuis'
tournament.
IMay 21J-Wisconsin vs. Michigan
!track meet.
cMay 30-lowa vs. Michigan-base-
ball.
IMay 130-WVisconsin vs. Michigan-
tennis.
t June C11, 11-Al-umni meet in Detroit.I
Ju-ne 1 ?--Ohio State vs. M ichigan-,
baseball.
June 10--Alumni Reunion Day .
Tune 1 .-Senior Class D~ay.
Blanchard leads
Motor Discussion:
Prof. Arthur H. Blanchard of the
highway enginveering and highliwayI
transporut (dep~artmenlt led the. discus-j
sion (on the subject "'The Field of the
iotor BUS'' at the Mid-west Motor
'Transport conftcrence which' was held
yesterdlay in (Chicago.
REIIAl) THE CLASSIFIlIl) ADS
Daen i 7
15--1-Hour (lass. Lessons,
$5.00. Free Dancing 8:30 toI
10PM.
LNROLL NOW
Class every Monday and Friday at 7:30
Private Lessons Daily, 10 A. M.
to 10 P. M.
STUDIOI
22 Wuerth Arcade Phone 8328

DO YOU wish honorable em~ployment!
--not manual labor-at which'1
thousands are successful; odd
hours or all the time. Necessary
instruction free. No deposit; noth-
' ing to buy. Liberal pay. Address.
john M. Stahl, Box 78, Hammond,j1
Indiana.
COLLEGE girl 'for profitable summer
work. Good salary. See Miss Reni
1nell, south room, Newberry Hall.
iHours !"-1, 2-6 Wednesday.
ATTENTION UNIVEIRSITY MEN
Highly remunerative summer posi-
tions are being offered to 50 men by
S a well established and reliable De-
troit firm. Experience unnecessary.
Pce-not overlook this great opportun-
ity. F'or, personal interview applyi1
room i306 Michigan Union between 11
A.M. and 9 P.M. May 27, 28, nd 29..
Our moderate prices make it possible
for all to have FRESH HOME
GROWN FLOWERS.
ANN ARBOR FLQRAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phrone 16,30

FOR RENT-Furnished three-rooml
apartment for summer months,1
ground floor. 531 Thompson St.j
Phone 5791.
FOR RENT-Residence suitable for l
house club located two blocks from
campus. Call 110 N. Thayer, Dial
8073.
FOR RENT-House six rooms and
bath one-half block north of Cam-
pus also rooms for summer stud-
ents. 220 S. Ingalls.
FOR RENT-Rooms for summer-1
suite, double and single. Reason-
able. 425 S. Division.
FOR RENT-Rooms, double, single,
and suite. 422 E. Washington. }
WANTED
WANTED-Alan to do rough garden- i
ing and] work aroundl place forI
short time. Call lDakin, 5817, noon'
or 6 to 8.j

FOR SALE

OR SALE-Willys-Overland tour-1
ing; new┬░ paint, good tires, new
battery, starter, bargain at $60.00
cash. Call Knoepp, 21317 after six
P. M.
A TAILOR-NAM)E SUIT4
Will satisfy your taste, and fit
youi best.
WILD THE TAM0IOR
113 South Main St.

FOR SALE-Police p~uppies, $25 to
$40. Dial 5123.

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TYPEWRITERS
Phone 3312
Por Typewriter Repairing
(all makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typewrlters,
Standard and Portable adding ma-
chines.
Ann Arhor! Tyltewriter Exchange
:)'Sa.vings BAnk Building.

Mines controlled, electrically, from
the shore are being tested by the armyv
in coast defense maneuvers at Fort
Hancock, New York harbor. Above
is seen one of the mines, and the gey-
ser is hurled up when it was set off.
M4unich, May 27. - Adolph Hitler,
former leadler of Bavarian Fascisti,
has become a mlan without a country
b~y the Austrian government official
ttIlloulnceli en t of his expatriation.
Sublscriber no0w for The Smanw iir
MichIganIhil.Av

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"Take Home a Tie for Dad."
Fathers DayJne
Take Home a Supply of Collegiate
Furnishings to Last You ON'er.
the Summer
Plaids and Jockey Stripes,
$1.00 and $1.50
rack Suits for the Summner
$1.50 a Set
TZOGGERY SHOPf
EI. J. WEIMER W. S. SCHWER'.
119 S. Main St. Phon~e 4816

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MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDY
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119 E.
'Liberty.
Rhieads Honsehold Packing Co.
Moving-Packing-Storage
fCall us for long distance moving.
Loads insured. I ship to all points.
526 Detroit. St., 'Phone 3515.
SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU
WAIT71
0. G~. ANDRES
222 SOUTHT STiTE STREMET
T ry our
Cheese
- " Chicken
Hamburg
r' c Sand wiches
4 We deliver
1~. Pho. 9636
Rewpee
' Driving west in touring car as far
Fas Salt Lake City, can take one o0
~two passengers all or most of way.
Call 3851 or 6242. R. P. Alford.
FOR RENT
-'FOR RENT-Two rooms onk double
yor single, very reasonable. 52C
SCheever St. Dial 8356.
n.'OR RENT-Upper duplex for next
Syear, five rooms, garage if (desired.
S905 Forest Ave., D~ial 6137.

VWANTED-Position as cook in fra-
ternity or sorority by experienced
white woman. Best references.
Call Mr's. Case at 21817.

WANTED-Driving
close of semester.
passengers. Call
between 12-1, 5-7.

to Calfiornia at
Room for two
George at 6674_

SAXOPHONE player, alto, 4 years
experience, summer resorts, de-
sires wvork while atten~ling sum-
mer school. Box 117.
WA1NTED-Suite or apartment for
four upperclassmen for year 1925-1
26. Call 9022 after 6 P'. M.

F']

R IVATE party wants Ford coupe
about 21 or 22. Describe condition
and lowest cash price. Box 122.
VANTD-An experienced shoe
salesman for steady employment.j
Applicants for summer work onl f
are not desired. Apply at office
2nd floor. Mack & Co.j

f
h et Extra Credits at Home-
More than 450 courses in History, English, Mathematics, Chemistry, E
Zoology, Modern Languages, Economics, Philosophy, Sociology, etc.,
are given by correspondence. Learn how the credit they yield may
be applied on your college program. Catalog describing courses fully,
furnished on request. Write today.
The Vniberzit' of (eiriago
95 ELLIS HALL CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
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LUNCH fES
I w " GIVE ZEST TO THES OUTING"
-= Our Special Lunch
I Chicken Sandwiches, Ham Sandwiches, Bananas, Oranges, c
SPickles or Olives, Grape juice or Ginger Ale, Swect Wafers. Ei~
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..' jh Phone B ihyPhone
for for
Yours 709 N. University Yus
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and other Field Parties in
Enineering, Botany,Q-
ology, Geography and all,,
others-
Shoes adClothing,
Exit iI-a v Doui lv Soles Armiy and 11i.king Shoe s-
31'"Swon i'"1i shoes ill High-Top,
Ri-!-ular or Ondorl
lfcniis4, Officersamdl Light IMunson Arnfy shoes
I rg iiatfli iiK b all A rnity and IWitpeopid Breeches
'it*ld fAnd (amp Clothintg
Khaki Coats and Tirouser
Reg-iltion White 'Navy Pants and Hats;
1AN~oi~ hr n;l Wrall) Puttes ('anvasLeggings
R,111in goats, 'osicho4, 'Slickers anid ,*Its

Whbether you are ready to
make your }purchases immecdi-
ately or' not, the latch key
always hamgs out for you here.
Come in and look around. You
are welcome. Always give
APPLIED ARTS
2 Nickels Arcade

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CAMP DAVIS MEN

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BEAUTY SHOPPES
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
I MACK AND CO.
w ~3rd F loor Main St.
e!
0o BLUE BIRD) HAIR SHOP
5 NICKELS ARCAD)E-9616

SHIRTS

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

X7011 RENT-For summer school,
7rooms new, close to campus, single
-:;or, double, for girls. 821 Univ. Dial
4018.
ST 311 Thompson, rooms cool and
clean. Hot water all the time.

DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOP offers
soft water shampoos, especial at-
tention for curly hair. Hair cut~-
ting and waving by expert opera-1
tors. Phone 8878. l
Read the Want Ads;

Golf Hose
Wool Camp and Army Blan
Light Double Cotton Blank,
Barracks Bags, Navy Sea E
Haversacks and Knapsack;

Underwear, all Styles
tets Mosquito Tents-must be'seehl to
eAs be appreciated
3ags Steel Mirrors with Case
;s Canteens with Case and Belt

Cotton, Lisle and Silk Hose

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Suede Leather Jrackets, Blazers and Blouses in Cordu-
roy,' Plaids, Brown, Tan or grey for ladies and. men.

Air Matress#s
Folding Cots, Sleeping .Bags, Camp Equip-
mnent, Gold Medal Furniture, Stools,
Buckets, Stoves, Canvas Auto Covers,
Navyf lamnmocks.

TENTS: All- kinds

Camp equipment, Gold
Buckets, Stoves, Canvas
mocks.

Medal Furniture, Stools,
Auto Covers, Navy Ham-

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