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SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1925

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGM SEVEN

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At 3?MAVRSIIE AT 3'R;.

M'issing In Arctic

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FOR RENT!
FOR RENT-For summer school,
rooms new, close to campus, single
or double for girls. 821 Univ. Dial
4018.
SUMMER STUDENTS-Best rooms in
city, near, campus. $2.0 and '3.I00
a week, 337 Thompson,

DO YOU wish, honorable employment
--not manual labor-at which
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,
Indiana.

FOR RENT-Suitable for Fraternity
Sor club. ocated within three
blacks of campus. Phone 8444. I

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DRIVING7
Jne 8.
$10.00.
Iawyer's

Ford to Kansas City about
Will carry passenger for
Howard Wahrenbrock,
s Club.j

OR RENT-Rooms for summer-
suite, double and single. Reason-%
able. 425 S. Division.

MEN. AN) WOMEN
District manager and sales people
for highest grade guaranteed ladies
lingerie. Whole or part time. Good
commissions payable when you take
order. Address Salesmanager, 657
Howard St., Detroit and personal in-
terview.I

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LincolnEllsworth ,the only Amer-
ioan among the missing Amundsen'
aerial polar explorers, was born in
Chicago in 1880. He is graduate
mining engineer. His home now is
in Ohio.
Oratorical Board E
Announces Names{
Of T Ch W44F44A d~4,4

FOR RENT-Rooms, double, single.
and suite. 422 E..Washington.
;'iOR RENT-Rooms for summer
Sstudents. At fraternityrhouse con-
venient to campus. Box 126.
OR RENT - Rooms for summer
student, 1430 Washington St. Phone
6035.I

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Our moderate prices make it possible
for all to have FRESH HOME
GROWN FLOWERS.
~ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
!22 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDY
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119 E.I
Liberty.

ANN ARBOR
SAES
SERVICE
New Location
One-half Block South of Packard Street
Complete Equipment
Brake Lining, Wrecking
Straightening Frames and Axles
and Repairing

O.MS AND BOARD near new law
club. , Cool and comfortable, 643!
Tappan and 907 Monroe.
RNISHED five room house fromI
june 15 to Sept. 1. Terms to suit
reliable, tenant.* Dial 5688.
R RENT-518 Monroe St. modern
furnished 8-room home, garage. For
summer session ot to Sept 15. 1
block from campus. ,Phone 21928.
OR RENT-Garage, 1016 Church St.
Phone 6668.
OdR RENT-For summer, furnished
first floor flat, desirable, suitable'
for man and wife. Phone 6668.
SUYMMER STUIWENTS
ROOMS FOR MEN 115 Park Ter-'
'ce $20.00 for Summer Term $20.00.
'y one block from campus. Located
6 the east side of Felch Park where
is shady and free from street dust;
and noise. Hot water and Shower
bath. Phone 6247.
HOUSE for rent for next year. Just
the thing for a clue or fraternity.
Will accomodate- from 20 to 25. Call
8771. 644 E. University.

Rheads Household Packing Co. " I V'W
Moving-Packing-Storage
Call us 'for 'long distance moving. Appointments to the Oratorical as-1l
Loads Insured. I ship to a1 points. soiationtboard fortthe ensuingayear
526 Detroit St., Phone 3515. as announced by William C. Dixon,'
'26, president, include the following
SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU new members: Albert M. Stern,
WAIT '27L, local contest director; Irwin A.
0. G. ANDRi+ESROlian, '27, publicity chairman; James
22 SOUT T AT'E STUEET T. Dunn, '26, inter-society committee
A TAILOR-MADE FUIT chairman; G. A. Eastcott, '26ed,
WllsatiLorae it chairman of the social committee;
Sstisfy your taste, and flt Albert E. Sawyer, '27L, student busi-
you best. TEness manager; aid Robert Miller, '27,
WILD THE TAILOR head ushe.
113 South Main St' Prof. T. C. Trueblood of the public
NOTICE-Summer at resort, college speaking department will continue as
student or teacher. Pleasant work advisor and chairman of the speaker's
Salary $294 for 80 days, plus bonus, committee with Prof. R. D. T. Hollis-
Call Yaraway at City Y. ter managing finances.
At the first meeting of the newly
organized board Wednesday plans
were discussed for a second all-cam-
pus public speaking banquet similar
LOST - Black leather notebook, to one held last December.
stamped Albert T. - Peck. Reward.
Call 4017.
SUMMER DA ILY TRYOUTS
LOST--In Union wash room, Gruen__
wrist watch, Saturday. Return for I1 The Summer Michigan Daily1I

Attention!
Tfinking of a car odrive
home?
Come down and look at
our Fords.
All models and al prices
SATISFACTION
GUARANTEED
I Os

521 South Main

St.

Phone 8515

A. C. Marquardt

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404 E. Wa hir gton

Phone "21120

WOVRN

MOT'OR, OILS

FOR RENT- De)irable furnished,
house for summer or longer-nice
yard, trees, and near Angell School:
Dial 9274.
FOREST Ave., 1109-Furnished mod-
ern six room house, porches, ga-
den. June 10-Sept. 20. Terms.,
Phone 6974.
WANTED

generous reward. Call 7043.
LOST-Fitch fur between south
. Thayer and south Division Friday
May 22. Dial 9841. Reward, return
to 206 S. Thayer.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-1921 'Ford Al condition,
$85. Call 8867, 1330 Wilmot St.

offers students who expect to
attend Summer School all of the
advantages and exp e rince
which are found 'in The Mich-
igan Daily, and also the oppor-.
tunity for faster advancement.
Both the editorial and business
staffs will add a few men and
.women during the next few
weeks. Persons interested are
urged 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 afternoonfrom 4 to 5:30
o'clock. These men may he
found at The Daily offices in
the Press building on Maynard
street.

Proper lubrication is the use of the right grade of
Wolverine Motor Oil for your engine. No one grade of
oil can satisfactorily meet all conditions encountered in dif-

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WANTED-Driving to Calfiornia at-
close of semester. Room for two FOR SALE-16-foot Mullen canoe Al
passengers. Call George at 6674 condition, 2 new paddles and back
between 12-1, 5-7. rest. Price $25. C. K. Stroh, 110 S.
Ingalls, phone 3256.
WANTED-Chauffer for part time
driving. Must be over twenty-three TYPEWRITERS
and a resident of Ann Arbor. Box
125 Daily. j Phone 8912I
For Typewriter Repairing

ferent types of engines in automotive service. Ther
right grade of Wolverine Motor Oil for every engine.
Free crankcase service at all of our stations.
MICHIGAMME OIL COMPANY
N. ,niv. and Twelfth St. H aad Packard Sts.
First St. an'd4 A A. It.RIt.Ypsilanti
Corner etroit and Catherine ham burg
Superior Garage Todd's, Whitmore Lake
215 Beakes St. L. H. Steffe, Worden

e is a

WANTED-By young faculty couple,
small apartment or suite for sum-
mer session. Write E. A. Wood-i
ward, Dartmouth College, Hanover,
N. H.
BEAUTY SHOPPES
Permanent Waving and Marcelling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
BLUE BIRD HAIR SHOE'
5 NICKELS ARCADE-9614

(all makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typewriters,
Standard and Portable adding ma-
chines.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange
9 Savings Bank Bulding.
Read the Want Ads
Terrace Garden
Dancing Studio

PANAMA HAT
See us for your Panama hat; we
buy them as they come from the na-
tives who weave them, and then we
block and trim them up, thus saving
you the middlemen's profits. We give
you an elegant hat for $6.00, $7.00 and
$8.00; one that you will be proud of
and that will give you perfect satis-
faction.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St.
(Where D. U. R. stops at State)

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You can laugh at railroad tracks-when
''your car is equipped with Dunlop Bal-
loons. They swallow bumps! Dunl9p
36-year quality is the best reason wy
they are fight.
I -Fi YourPreetRi
-Si Tir Reai C
"One of the Finest Tire Dealers in Michigan"
as s.MainAnn Arbor, Mich -
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starts
of the

on the

starter -your

motor
st one

immediately.
advantages

That's jus

DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOP offers Open Daily, 10 a. m. to 10,4
soft water shampoos, especial at- p. in. We teach all modern, -
tpntion for curly hair. Hair cut- fancy, ballot, stage, tango
iIgad wvin byexprt pe and flky(lances for children
ng and waving by expert opera- adults. Class every Monday
tors. Phone 8878.; Friday.
Fifteen one-hour lessons, $5.00.
NOTIC E- No. 22 WUERT11 ARCADE
......Phone 8328
MEN AND WOMEN
j bghave a very attractive propo- ii ..,...................
sition to offer you. We have a beau-
tiful Lake property, lots of shady SPEECH DEF
trees -and sandy beach. Experience
not necesary, we furnish live leads. !)DR. FR
Our .ystem enables you to make ,[r:erly Direc
money the first week. Call or write Board of E
Chiry talBeach Development Co., 511-
512 Lafayette Blvd., Detroit, Mich. SPECIAL
ing school year in fraternity or Begh
McKINLEY, 813-Large, quiet room, Opportunities for Correcto
all conveniences, reasonable. In- Staeiu rng, Lisping, Loss
structor teacher, graduate or ad- ' 1ice, )ionotonous Pitch,4
vanced student. Next year, phone For it
4033. MA: t1RTIN I7 STIIl
DewittI
Rh AD T HE CLASSIFIIED ADS ..........

and

of STAROLINE

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High Test

Gasoline.

and
n -Adv.
Read the Want Ads

Ya ue4 i+.+ . "* NN. 4 x+6ra v s" u "1
ECTS CORRECTED
By.
EDERICK MARTIN
tor of Speech Improvement
ducation, New York City}
SUMMER CLINIC=
unlng June 29th
n of Special Arrangements for
s of Universty Students
etc.
nformation, write
LTE FOR SPEECH DEFECTS
Park, Ithaca, N. Y.
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It's polver---not mere gasoline
ABBOTT GASOLINE C.

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