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_FflI1DAY. M AACTI 26,l1929

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Supplies
We can supply anything
you need in the way of
kcodaks or films.' Devel-
oping and printing done
promptly.
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Electric,

Floor Polishers

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Is the ultimate 'refinementi in cari, of floors. -It produces a burnished lustre
impossible to obtain' by hand and= works many times faster. It is light"
handy, and can b'fe used _aiywh ere.; It requir'es no care and wvill last a
lifetime. The secret of beautiW,,~floors j to put them in perfect condition.
You can purchase the Electric Floor Polisher at our store at a cost of $42.50,
or, you can rent one at the rate of $2.00 per day. H-ow can you keep your
floors in a better condition than to use the Electric Floor Polisher?
State Street Hardware Co

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next president, according to the plans Little investment-big returns, The
of the Mexican political "bosses." Daily Classifieds.-Adv.

310 SOUTH 'STATE

DIAL 5015

Quality, Quantlity and Prices Right.

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The Ann Arbor Floral

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Vol. 1. I~o. 4S. Published Ever~y Friday by Anni Arbor Floral Cohilmny
Wshy pay more when you, can get the best at
these prices. Not: only do you get the best
flowers but you *also get theme from Ann Arbor's
finest' flower shop. An institution the flower
buyers of Ann Arbor are proud of.
POTTED PLANTS
Lilies, per bloom, 4Oc Spireas
Rosebushes, $1.50 up Cimerarkas.3
[Hydrangeas, $1.50 up Made up Plant Baskets,
Tulips, double and single, gift deluxe, $5 to $15
large pots, $1.50 Corsages, neat and nifty,
Daffodils, $1.50 $2.00 - 5.00
Darwin Tulip, $2.00- Snapdragons, $1.50'- $2.00
Hyacinths, $1.50 Roses, do ., $1.00 - $5.00
Feed your birds and 'plants. We carry the most complete line in the
city in bird supplies. Fresh bulb seed always on hand at 15Sc per lb. Our
liquid plant food for your house plant, per can 50c..
Remember your credit is always good at our store. Just phone.
Flowers Delivered in a Few hours
TO YOUR FRIENDS OUT OF TOWN
To friends who remembered you. during the holidays, why not send a
beautiful plant? Nothing' would be more welcome-any day of this long
month.
,just Telephone US
WeAre the Telegraph' Florists oft Ann Arbo
Store: 122 East Liberty Street Greenhouses: 1021 Maiden Lane
Phione 6215 Phone 21715
FINER ROSES MAXE FINER GIFTS
REMEMB ER YOUR MOTHER ON HER. BIRTHDAY

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SUNDAY, MARCH 28

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OUR SECOND ANNUAL
.Michigan Musical Program ecl

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EVENTS A ' ig Mid Week' Prorain ]EVENTS

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S HE found all the exciting alings of
life labelled "Don't." But she
didn't believe in signs--this irrepres-
sible girl of today. So she started out,
like a young- tornado, on a series o
mile-a-minute adventures, chockfull of
love, laughs and thrills! Rebellious
youth! Feast, flapper li f e! You'll love
every second of, thij uproarious
comedy!
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MVUSICAL COMPOSITIONS:
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Phil himself

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