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THIURSDAY, MTARCUI 18, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PAGFI ~EVEN

CUE TOURNEY WINN ERS Keen wA ill Meet fRS AN ENGINtERS vIN
WLL RECEIVE ARSl l iresters L C~P5DOLIn

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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OR1GANIZE.D 1863

Suitable aw+Aard,-, emblematic of

their Chami~onslhip titles, will be 'Cach Keeni yesterdaly issued call n
the l-capusor 'all1 Iflrllwho have been 1outt loi
~'Wrtld o wnnrs ~v'etliigunder' hinm to report at :'. r~
bli li:.rd tcttilley, it was annlouniced at o'clock tis afternoon at the Yost field ;Pi
the Uj-iwin. house flee air miportant nmectin g.
Data Strk, straight-rail champion, It is important that every mian 'who
will be giv en a cue, while taeo J participated be present at this meet- 1 1
1-Tereux, three-cushion champion, an 19
Sanmuel Metler, straight-pool. title _______________________
holder, will be awarded silver cups. t
Tfhe official awarding of the curls I~ l1 l~WRNTC
to the winners will mark the clo .,e ff I'
of a highly successful tourney which.. All freshman students wish- t
attracted a large number of entrants,,!j ing to try out for the position ofI'
and which-was featured by close play- I football .manager are requested
iug throughout.! to report at 7:1t5 o'clock next
_____________________ uesday evening in room 302 ofI
1 a ? jthe Union.
MONTREAL.-The play off serie% / OH1N 1ENTON,
among the leading three clubs to do-i Football Manager.
termine the -National Hockey league's
representative in the competition for ' ____________________
the Stanley cupl will ibegin on March
20, with the Montreal Maroons play- Little investment-big returns, Thej
ing at Pittsburgh.I Daily Classifies.-Adv.

Barry N. -Fjrdhin mand a vid U(-
:i, freshma n ai ui leers, coppcei 3?(
11l-ca iius dol])?(-s bowlinug 0( sa i
)issli ip by (dea led II cohort lstmp a
2G. andl lich-I'd Doyle, '241,I , in f i
fnal mnat :;h01f1the touir i( y .11.16 to
Earl J. . r.-nei-, '2;E on the
;ingles title by defea i Ford hle:
10e cc)- iCV xviiwih ?t_: ;aii of thi.
lou'h)con,60 t l(b;,'(t WId,d 0 ) 1'r d-: >.!I':i
oken Of D ts Victory.

Savings

Department

TI-rust Department

IN OTWCE
ii t P gi 1 itU irttisi lt tNOTICE-Anna, Cayc.,(406 E.Lla-.
- ey) is called to I~ciou rcal on busi-
1f you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie nes;s, expects to be back in ten day}s.
the ,sd-raker, Dial 21214, and your want ad 26i-27.
will b~e charged. I_________________________
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
classify all want ads under _appropriate bead-I
iugs and to revise or withhold objectionable1 LEtAVF+ your order now for the new
copy.- Victor Record playedl by the Univ.
This clm closes at 3 P. (l ateprcd
Pee-ing publication. Notice of any error must be ;of' 1Mich. Band at Schaeberle and
given in time for the second insertion. Son Music H-ouse, 110 S. Main St.
CASH RATES tf.
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
five average words to the line) for one or twxo PRETA CLED -Amge
insertions. PREULCLEDR AmIe
Nine cents per reading line for three or more= tic arrow finds the day of -the week
insertions.foan dae Sed2c(1or)
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office foan dte Snd2c(1or5
in The Press Building on Maynard Street. for this device toget her with the
CONTRACT RATES maithemiatical formula upon which
-Special standardized rates given on applica-; it is based and rule for calculating
l ton. results mentally. 'A. C. Washburne,
lhIcsijeld, Massachusetts. Wed-tf.
LOST
LOST-Friday, a blue and violetSHO
chekedsil scrp.Plese clol-140 E. JEFFERSON. DIAL 22169
chekedsik sar. Peae cllFRENCH- MARCEL1 75 CENTS.
lins, dial 3074. Reward. 26.SOTW ER I-APO 0CNS

Oldest National Bank in Michigan

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HowDid
Your Garters
\Look
This Morning?

No More
S-kidding Garters!
AGRIPPA -WEB makes garters act in an
entirely new way-and only in Bostons can
this web be had. Even when worn very loose,
it will not slip. It cannot curl and yet it is d
remarkably soft and light. Here in fact is a
practical, comfortable, ventilated -web garter.
In many pleasing colors, 50c the pair.

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HffART, SCHAFFNER

Slfuits aild Topcoats
Special Showingq from

Our showing of
now at its best. TI.

Spring Suits

hey are all exceptional values--

representing the best from Hart, Schaffner +& Marx.

& MARX
and Topcoats is

,SUITS
$33.50 to. $50

TopcoATp
$25 -$33.50

GORGE FROST C0MpAN'
MAKERS ,
posTON

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VAIVOLINE AND VEEDOIL OILS
Wolverine Gasoline
SERVICE WITH A SMILE
Corner WflslinLtofl Divigion Streets Plione 21120
Also Headquarters for Used Cars..
r ~Bought-Sold--Exclanged
COLLEGIATE CLOTHES SHOP
SUITS
r and
4 = :TOPCOATS
_.ra..for
C192$
L?. A. 8c S. C3.
Our unusual values and our complete

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Conlin Company

LOST-A-Theta Kappa Psi pin, blackI
and gold, with pearl border. Re-
ward. Phone 3497.
22-23-24-25-26-27-28S
LOST-A pair of shell-rimmed glasses
in case. Will finder please call
8367? 26.1
LOST-A child's locket and gold 11
chain 10 dlays ago. Reward. Dial
9489, 610 Thompson. Mrs. J. E.
Martin. 25-26-27.
LOST-Large black traveling bag on
Ferdon, Washtenaw, or South Uni-'
versity. Reward if returned to 1613
South University or call 6726.
25-26-27
LOST-Elgin wrist watch, gold with
brown strap, rectangular face, at
Union Saturday night. Phone 6623,
Hawley. Reward. 24-25-26.1
NOTICE
JOE PARKER'S CAFE
Dancing Tuesday nights, 6:30 to 10:30,
1 Every other night 6:30 to 8:00 J
1 Parties our Specialty
Join the Crowd at Parker's
24-25-26.
YOU-MEN
who are working your way through'
Michigan, or who want to earn some
worthwhile side money----
READ THIS
We are a wide awake organizationI
and we want the part time services ofI
1 some high grade, wide awake youngj
man.
Ours is not a real estate or peddling
proposition but an opportunity of real
merit, worthy of your prompt investi-
gation.
Write to-day and tell us of yourself
in detail. 'We will promptly arrange
mutually agreeable appointments.
Address Box 70, Michigan Daily
NOTICE-Ashes hauled from outside
for $1.75 a load. In basement $2.00.
Phone 22388. 26-27-28.
SAMPEL Victor records played by the
Univ. of Mich. Band, now beingI
demonstrated at SCHAEBERLE &i
SON MUSIC HOUSE, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
Sami Buys Miost and Pays Most-
We Pay Cash for Your
! OLD CLOTlHING
Old Jewelry
PHONE 4306
Call Us Before You Sell, 121 E. Ann
26-27.,
PRESSING-Unquestionably the best
pressing service in town. Try us
once. Cheer-Up Wah, 328 So. Main..
I tf
Fine custom tailored clothes, in-I
dividual fit, best workmanship, cor-
rect style, suit $35.00 and up.. Albert
Gansle, 118 E. Washington. tf1
NOTICE-Cisterns cleaned and re- I
1lpaired by expert cistern men. Dial
22388. 26-27-28.
Arnold's State St aeweler j
[ s now carrying a complete line of 1
fountain pens-all makes, all prices.
Whatever type you may need, come in
and see as, we can satisfy you,
I Arnolds State St. Jeweler
! a02 S. State St. tf.
A. NASH CO., Golden Rule Tailors
Spring Suits and 'topcoats
$23.00
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
(Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
THE ARBOR FOUNTAIN
invites you to try our special lunches,
our delicious sundaes and frappes?
26-27-28.
NOTICE-The Betsy Ross Shop in-
vites you to taste their delicious
toastwiches, strawberry shortcakes,
fruit sundaes and salads. 26-27-28.!

VICTOR Single Face Red dal Rec-
ords, 3-10 in. records for $1.00; 2-12
inch records for $1.00 at Schaeberle
& Son Music House, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
Piano Tuninig and Finishing
We repair any kind- of musical in-
strument. ALLMENDINGER MUS ICt
SHOP, 305 Maynard St. 26 1
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING

0. D. MOlt RILL,
11, Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery

Store

; xWNfL AkiiTTEI f~NTI OIN iTOJHAIR
CU'TTING
EVENING APPOINTMEN'TS
TYPEWRITING & X1IMEOQRAPIING
Promptly and neatly (done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-

Special Release on Victor Records-
"Dinah" by Jeun Goldkette and his
Orchestra; "Always" by Geo Olson
and his music. Schaeberle & Son
Music House. tf.
TRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.
Special prices on all appointments.
Trojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1110 S.
University, side entrance. Phone
6535. ti, th, sat.-tf.
TYPE WE] 11, ERS
Rebuilt and second hand o all makes
bought, sold, renited, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and best service depart-
(maent in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dlealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
IWe pay highest- prices for
men's used Clothing, all 8040)
1STUDENTS TAILOR SHOP
jCor. V. Univ. and Thayer
Tues, Thur., Fri., tf.
OQUNTAIN PEN INK
Buy your fountain pen ink at Rider's
P'en Shop and you will get REAL ink,
fresh ink. Ink that fixes itself in the
paper and won't fade or entirely dis-
appear after it has set when moisture
is applied. Ink substitutes are dang-
erous and spoil your pens.
RID)ER'S PEN SHOP
Pen and Inik Specialists 3; S. State
Tu, Th, Sun.-tf.
WANTED
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing, all
fclothes dried out doors. Dial 2174
23-24-25-26-27-28.
WANTED-Experienced cook would
like a position in a fraternity. Call
I22152, from 2 to 4. 2-27-2.
HIEL1P WANTED
HELP WANTED-A neat appearing
student capable of driving Ford to
work from 7 to 9:30 p. i., first 4
1days a week. Greene's Cleaners &
Pre-sscers. 26..
FOR RENT
FORl RENT-Room, near two baus
lines, 1202 Granger, nurse or in-
structor preferred. Dial 7296.
25-26-27
FORl RENT-Two room front suite,
well furnished, suitable for 1 or 2
men. Dial 4531. 26
FOR RENT- Suite, two offices, State
Street section. Dial 4931. th-sat-tf.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Ford Touring, model 1921
good condition. $50. Dial 6957.
26-27-2.
FOR SALE-Ford Coupe,f finishing
and upholstering, tires, and acces-
sories in Al condition. Private own-
er. Call Renz, dial 3883 or 21601.
24-25-26.

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Wen old grads
drop in-and around the
fire experiences of then,
are fondly retold
--have a Camel!

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,WHEN ,famed men re-
turn. And by dancing
firelight they relate their
stories of old -- have a
Camel!
For Camel helps all
men who rise proudly to
rise higher and more
jauntily. Camels never
harm or tire your taste,
no matter how plentifully
you smoke them. You'll
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flavor than you get in
Camels.
So this night when
those from long ago re-
turn to thiink of the
roads that join. As you
see in their past your
future dnf old, then zest-
fully taste the smoke
that's prized by the
world's experienced.
Have a Camel!

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tEurope
AU~~$ EpnsAOT.and Ashore
$90 U

line of Spring

Suits and

Topcoats

Iwill please

you.

Come in and

look

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Furnishings is cxcellent.

assortment of

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the reason. Our greatest Student Sail-
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