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TrUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1926

THEI MICIGCAN

DAILY

LAMBERT TO TEACH BASKETBAL
AT ILLINOIS SUMMER SESSION.
Coach WardL. Lambert, whose 1926 r eason following on the heels ot the
Purdue basketball team finished in a ,World wa i, did his tea'm fall below
four cornered tie for the Big Ten the first division in the final standing.
championship, will be a member of; The Purdue coach will assume
the instructional staff at the Univ er- charge of the Purdue baseball squad
elity of Jllinois summer coaching; shortly before April 1. 'At the Ares-
school this year. Along with Coachi; cut he pis enjoying a rest following
Craig Ruby, of Illinois, Lambert will; the strenuous basketball season.
teach what is regarded as the leading, Lambert will find his hands full after
ptyle of Hoosier basketball, joining, the squad1, as Purdue will open
The systems used by Ruby and' a five game series with Wabash col-
Lambert differ in a number of re- lege on. April 1. The series should
v spects, and those taking the course enable the coach to get a good lirne
will be given an all round education ion his mnen before the opening of the
in a pair of leading basketball types)i Western Conference season, A)n:-l 10,;
of play. Pude aktbl ith Northwestern. -__
Labr' udebsebl iihave twice shared in Western Confer7 I The weight lifting record of P. .
ence titles, and In 1922 his five won the' McCarthy, who lifted 6,370 pounds,
honor 'undisputed. Only in 1919, the has never been officially broken.

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It's up toyou/
As you turn aside from college days to
enter the world of business, every avenue
should be thoughtfully considered.
With your eye upon success-experience,
progress, recognition, financial indepen-.
dence-the S. S. Kresge Company can
lead the way. It is not a short road.
It is no smooth path. But it is a sure
way for those who have the necessary
qualifications and the determination to
succeed.
It a mercantile career appeals to you, we
believe you will be interested in oppor-
tunities in the Kresge chain of stores.
We expect to have a Kresge represent-
ative who has earned a responsible
position in the Kresge organization - a
man who happens to be from your own
college-in your city very soon.
If you would like to meet this man and
discuss the propositon from every angle,
write at once. This is our last invitation.
It's up to you!

~j~g~ii~n ~atu'NOTICE
If you are a telephone Wbscriber call Jimnlle Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
the Ad Taker. Dial 21214, and your want ad! bought, sold', rented, exchanged,
jwill be charged. icend eardadrbit ag
The Michigan Daily reserves the right ceterpardao eult ag
classify all want ads under appropriate head est stock and best service depart-
ings and to revise or withhold objectionables ment in Ann Arbor.
copy.
This column closes at 3 P. M. date precede 0. D. MORRILL,
mog publication. Notice of any error must be 17 Nickels Arcade,
given in time for the second insertiop.
'CASH RATES 'he Typewriter, & Stationery Store
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
ive average words to the line) for one or two ;f,
insertions.
Nine cents per reading line for three or more
insert ions. ] TYPING XVANTFID - hsr hne
Cash classifieds) received at the Daily office feeiee
in The Press Building on Maynard Street. l papers;, fl0te5, etc.. neatly, accur-ate-
CONTRACT RATES { ly and promptly typed. Call MVrs.
Special standardized rates given on applica ! Engelhardt. Dial 7275. e._ o. d, tt
jPRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water
LOST Shampoo,, face and su alp treatment.
Special prices on all appointments.
LOST-Rider fountain pen, niame El- Trojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1110'S.
mer E. Oestrike on barrel. Reward. University, side entrance. Phone
Please return. Dial 8243. 555.t, th, sat.-tt.
- - ~NOTICE-Let us do your, Easter
LOST-Bronze mile relay medal. cleaning early. $3.50 for $5.00 in
Finder call 6648. 35-36-37. work. The Doe Wali Jack Chemn-
Iical Cleaners. Dial 5898.
LOST-Fraternity pin, letters 7 1B T, 30-32-35 tU'.
initials W. L. C. ('ill 6056. 1Re-1
ward.. 34-35-36. WANTED
LOST-Large Duofold fountain l)Cn. WANTED-Two boys t) work for their
Return to 427 Cross St.. Dial 21145. room. In one of the nicest homes
35-36.= in the city, 337 Thopso. ial
16292. 36
LOST-Imported scarf, satin finish,
?redl back ground and red border, WANTED-A Fiw more boarders,
with figured center, somewhere be-, home cooking, 1243 Waslhtenaw
tween Mack &. Co., and Helen New-1 Ave. Phone 6919.356
berr'y, also a fair of French doe skin
gloves stitched in black, size 6 1-4, WANTED-Stuldent to sell electrical
!call Helen Newberry Residence. 36 J appliances ini Ann A r~cr. Part or
__________________________________ all time. Dial 6509. 122 E Wash-
NOTICE ig o.36.

New Imported
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These include selections from A,res & Smith, Ltd.,

. FRANKLIN P. WILLIAMS
from farmer, miner and
college man to
District Superintendent 18 Stores
"While I realized that I had some
hard work ahead of me when I began
as a stockman in the Kresge store at
Louisville, it appealed to me very
much.
"I learned that promotions were
given only on. merit and that there
were always better positions for the
fellow who could qualify.
"My first few months work brought
enthusiastic letters home regarding
my progress and very soon those who
had advised me against it became as
interested as I was. This was eleven
years ago. Now I am just .as inter-
ested and fully convinced that I
made 'a very wise, choice. In; that
rime, I have managed two stores and
for the past six'years have been dig.-
trict superintendent of several stores.
"Promotions have come just as fast
as I have been able to handle them.
"At present the opportunities are
better than at any time in the past.
The reason for this is the rapid ex-
pansion of the company in new
fields. My ambition today is just as
great as it was the day I left college.
Every man wants to get ahead "nd
succeed."

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Priced $2.50 to $'3.50
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SOUTH UNIV. SHOP

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YOU ME:T W21 16. _;0rq «l~, al
who are working your way through 21116. __35___-37
Michigan, or who want to earn some
I wrthhil sie mney---A GOOD woman cook (white) for
READ THiIS July andl August, for a small
We ar a wde awke oganiztionding house at Higgins Lake.
andawe w dte apatk ervicasion Go(dpay. Also ,a good woman for
ad w wat he arttim ,serice o dining room. Plea e write at once
some high grade, wide awake young ( to Mrs. E. -Chancy, 97 Pilgrim Ave.,
!man. 1 ighland Park, Detroit. 35-36-37.
Ours is not a real estate or peddling
proposition but an opportunity of real WNE)-Jntro otrwr
merit, worthy of your prompt investi- WANTED byaexpernredoman. Pont
gation. adtl s o orefI22388. -34-35-U6
in detail. We will pronlptly arrange XN
mutually agreeable appointments. WANT ED-Man or Woman with ex-
Address Box 70, Michigan Daily perience in selling shoes. Apply at
TlOhl%!office of Mack andl Co. tf.
j Suits $38 - $45 Extra trousers FRRN
Knickers $10. All custom tailored#
CFit guaranteed. FOR RENT-Furnished dining room
C. T. DOIJKAS, 1:319 S. Univ. and kitchenette, $9 per week, gas
33-35-37.i and electricity includedl, garage $4
--- per month. 1033 Packard.
We pay highest prices for 36-37-40.
men's used Clothing, Call 8440
STUDENTS TAILOR SHlOP FOR RENT-Large, pleasant, furnish-
Cor. N. Univ. and Thiayer ed front suite, $6 per week, gara,~e
Tues, Thur., Fri., tf. $4 per month. 1033 Packard.
i ~36-37-4..
PRESSING-Unquestionably the best
pressing service in town. Try us FOR RENT-Three furnished rooms
once. Cheer-Up. Wahl, 328 So. Main. for light housekeeping. Dial 3119.
1tf 36-37-38
JOE PARKER'S CAFE I FOR RENT-Very attractive double
Dancing every night; during supper, room, steam heat, fireplace. 522
from 6:30 to 8:00 Monroe. Dial 4546. 34-35-36.
Private patrties our specialty.,
E. O. D. tf, FOR RENT-Furnished fully or in
part, three rooms. Very, desirable,
GET YOUR Victor Record of " Vic-s $45 per month. 1025 Packard, Dial'
tors" "Yellow and Blue" by Univ. of 6688. 34-36.
Mich. Band, at-
'cshel & Son Music House, FOR RENT-3 furnished roomsfor
110 S. Main St. tf. light housekeeping. 1011 Bath.

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It's a new taste-yes! A deliciously new BLEND of
Almonds, Butterscotch and Caramel, wrapped in a
mellow Chocolate-And good?-Um-m-mn! But
what's more important is this:
That's Mine! is a New Style of Candy!
Most candies in the past, have been crushy (tike
creams), or chewy (tike caram&l), or hard. That's
Mine! is a new, patent-applied-for way of combining
the most delicious candy tastes to make them- evn
more delicious.
Your 'teeth sink into a creamy cushion of -Caramel
and Chocolate only to discover a crunchy center of
rich Butterscotch, flavored with tasty Almonds.
And you'll be more than surprised, to find That's
Mine! isn't hard and yet isn't soft. It's chewy,.and
yet melts in your mouth, with a rich, Lingering,
memorable taste! That's Mine! is a NEW wayd
making fine candy. Get a bar NOW

Arnold's State St. ieweler
is now carrying a complete line of,.
fountain pens-all makes, all prices.
Whatever type you may need, come in
and see us,, we can satisfy you.
Arnolds State St. Jeweler
302 S. State St. .tr.
A. NASH MO.,Golden Rule TailorsE
Spring Suits and 'topcoats
$23.00
}Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed-
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
HEAR "Always" on Victor Record, as
a waltz, fox trot or vocal number at
Scllaeberle & Soni Music House,
110 S. Main St. tf.
PERPETUAL CALENDAR-A magne-
tic arrow finds the day of the week
for any date. Send 25c ($1 for 5)
for this device together with the
mnathematical formula upon which
it is based and rule for calculating
results mentally. A. C. Washiburne,
Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Wed-tf.

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NOTICE-Hats cleaned, shoes repair-
ed. " Absolutely the. most satisfac-
tory work in town. Pay us a visit.
Washington Shop, 106 E. Washington
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MUISCL4E SHOALS IN ACTION
NEW THREE-R.EEL FILM3
CHIAMBER OF COIIMMERCE "HALL
TUESCDAY, M1ARCH 30, 8 P. i f.

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