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TRURSDA's"Y. PRTIL 1,1926

THRi MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGH 4, FVEN

'any branch of sport as a member ofl arger schools in the East and West.1
PITBR nLIanr varsity or freshmazn teams ." The one year residence and the three
MN l'IJ he trans;rer rule bha : heon Undler ycr competition rules have been in
011" 41 TH1T[ connsldcrati~n l here fow i n e fe, and caffect for 10 %years. AHEI is -jt01f1 1lk(T 'i
LI I~lltWIL fIIIILI iil oe on a par wil H n 1:1 he;P 'VYOU ' SUBSCRIPTION NOW. I

M~ nlational Institution P o o s oo l
All t he Clot hing Sold by Us Is Manufactured by iUs.
10' Years' Experience.

Pittsburgh, March 31.-Athletes wvho
have competed can a varsity team at.
another instituti'on W1ll be barred}
from representing the University of
Pittsburgh on a varsity or freshman
squad after Sept. 1 of this year, ac-;
cording to a rule passed by the loeal
Athletic council. This will not a)l y1
to students now enrolledI in the tali -
versity. The exact wording of the;
new restrictions is as follows:
"Any student who transfers fvn.gm
another college or university which i
grants degrees and who has repre-
sented that institution in varsity ath-
letics shall be ineligible to comp~ete in

PROFITABLE SUMMER WORK
Several hundred college men have found sell-
ing Fuller Products during their summer va-
cation great training and profitable. So will
you. Talk it over with one of the following:
Myron WV. Barnes W. E. Taylor
445 South Fifth Ave. 9113 East Huron St.
Phone 7574 Phone 9207
4M. L. Shadley WV. Glenn Donaldson
806 Sybil St. 1408 Washtenaw Ave.
Phone 8565 Phone 6717

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I ~ i~irp~zz ~ai11 -NOTICE
{fQ1 lI t l ,l r r i nTYPEWRITERS
- Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
{if you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie~ bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
the Ad-Taker, D)ial 212=4, and your want a cdnd epie n ebit ag
Wlbecharged. 1cend eardadrbit ag
Te Michigan Daily reserves the right to est stock and best service depart-
classify all want ads under appropriate head- eninAn rbr
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable rutInAnrb.
copy. ©. D. MORRILL,
IThis column closes at 3 P. AT. date preced-
ing publication. Notice of any error must be ;17 Nickels Arcade,
given in tine for the second insertion. The Typewriter & Stationery Store
CASH ATESDealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
five average words to the line) for one or two
insertions.
Nine cents per reading line for three or more FUTI E N
insertions.FONANPNI
Cash classifieds received at tre .Daily office
infhe Press Building on Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES Buy your fountain pen ink at Rider's,
Special standardized rates given on applica- E en Slioj and you ;11 get REAL ink,
tion.! fresh ink. Ink that fixes itself in the
paper and won't fadle r entirely dis-
LOST appear after it has stet. w"h'en mnoistre
is applied. Ink substitutes are dang-

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IJust Published-
Theseu
An Interpretation of the Teachings of Jesus
By LLOYD C- DOUGLAS
BOK STORE

LOST-Rider fountain pen, nam~e El-I-erous and spoil your pens.
mer E. Oestrike on barrel. Reward. ! IDEREIS PENSHOP
Please r~turn. Dial 8243.y Pen and JInk Speccialls ixs 315 S. State
36-37-"8 'Pu. 'Th, Sun.-tf.

LOST-Blue Scarf in Mr-j. Sunday af-
ternoon. Call 6292, ask for McAlpin
Reward. 38.
j NOTICE
YOU .11EX
who are working your way through;
?Michigan, or who want to earn someI
worthwhile side money----
REAl) TIS

WANTED

B~rowning .King's

WANTED-Experien ced stenograph-
ers, typists and di(taphone operat-
ors for lpart time 'Work. Apply at
Secretary's Office in Univ. Hall.
37-38-39.
WANTED-To rent closed car evening
of April ;0th, must be in goodl con-
dition. Box 75. 11ehigan Daily.
38-39-40.
WANTED-Man or W oman with ex-
perience in selling ;hoes. Apply at
office of MAjck and Co. tf.'
FOR RENT

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Remember the folks at home on
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New Spring
A SMART snap brim, hat in all the new light
shades and colors. Just t~he hat for early
sr ing Comfortable andl easy in effect the *Mohawvk
nmay be worn on all but the more formal occasions.
The Londoner at $10.00
319 South Main Street
Opposite Wuerth Theater

We are a wide awake organization
and we want the part time services of
fsome high gradle, wide awake young
man.i
Ours is not a real estate or peddlingj
proposition b~ut an opportunity of real1
merit, worthy of your prompt investi-
jgation.
Write to-day and tell us of you~elf
in detail. We will promptly arrange
mutually agreeable appointments.
Address Box 70, Michigan Daily

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FOR RENT-Pour ]"o")ms and bath,;
unfumished, heat andl water, mnod-
ern. Packard near State. Dial,
8752. 37-38-3 .
FOR RENT-Four room modern: apart-

TELLGRAP

Yonr Floral IOrder
thru our Store

Prompt Delivery Guaranteed.

SJOE PARKER'S CAFE
IDancing every night during supper
from 6:30 to 8:00
Private parties our specialty.
! E. 0. D. tf.
PRESSING-Unquestionably the best
pressing service in town. Try us
once. Cheer-Up Wahl, 828 So. Main.
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IGET YOUR Victor Record of " Vic-
tors" "Yellow and Blue" by Univ. of
M ich. Band, at- S h e el ;S n '1 sc H u e
110abei S. Mlain St. tf.
I Arnold's State St. 3eweer
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.

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ment, steam heat, unfurnished, $40
per month. 424 Soh. Main, Phone
4197. 38-39-40
FOR RENT--Large, pleasant, furnish-
ed front suite, $6 per week, garage
$4 per month. 10<33 Packard..
3 6-37-40.
FOR RENT-Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Dial 3119.
36-3'7-38
FOR RENT-Suite, two offices, State
Street section. Dial 4931. th-sat-tf.
FOR SALE

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"Flow'ers to All the World by Wire."

STATE AT LIBERTY

Students'"peia
$200vlusSlkNekear,95
$20 aus ik N c waall new Spring shades..... ..... ..9 C

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comes to all who smoke Lucky
Strikes. Their flavor is superior -
as you will learn when you try
them-

Men's Athletic Union Suits~,
all sizes . . . . . . . .
$1.00 value Silk Sox,
all new Spring Shades, two pair
Men's $3.00 Silk Lined Caps ......
Original B. V. D. Union Suits,
Friday and Saturday ........ .

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*..$1100
X . 1.50
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j Arnolds State St. Jeweler
302 S. State St. t4,
INOTICE-Hats cleaned, shoes repair-
ed.p Absolutely the most satisfac-
Story work in town. Pay us a visit.'
Washington Shop, 106 E. Washington
y eod-tf.

A. NASH CO., G~olden Rule Tailors
Spring Suits and Topcoats
$23.00
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.

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Men's Imported English Broadcloth Shirts
in white, tan, blue. Fast colors. f
Values to $3.00 ................ $,89

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DENTIST-Excellent opportunity for
young Dentist. Nicely arranged of-
fices in connection with doctor's of-
fice, same reception room. Good
location in thriving city. Dr. L. Mei-
Kendree, Bowling Green, Ohio.
38-39. 1

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ANN ARDOR DRY GOODS CO.
316 South Main

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TRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water
1Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.
Special prices on all appointments.
Trojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1110 S.
University, side entrance. Phone
5535. tu, th, sat.-tf.
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING {
When your pen fails to work prop-!
erly, remember that Rider's Pen Shop
because of its complete equipment
backed by real Pen Makers service, is
the logical place to have it corrected.
Every pen we repair, regardless of
make, receives the same skillful at-
tention and all work is guaranteed.
No waiting to have it sent to the fac-
tory or what is worse, chance of in-
jury from inexperienced workman-
ship.
Rider's Pen Shop
Tues., Thur., Sun. tf.
TYPEWRITING & MIEOQAPING
Prom ptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
teen years.

FOR SALE-1922 Stutz Bearcat, must
sell before Friday regardless of
cost. Four new tires, many extras.
Good running condlition. Dial 8956
and make an offer. 37-38.
FOR SALE---Collegiate Roadster,
price just won't scare anybody.
Phone 9571 at six. 36-37-38.
FOR SALE-Stearns Knight Coupe,
fine condition. 1129 Martin Pl., dial
21678. 36-37-38.,
FOR SALE-Ford Touring, model 1921
good condition. $50. Dial 6957. tf.
FOR SALE-Ford Coupe, 1922, fine
motor, tires, finish, clock, heater.
$100 catsh or suitable terms. ,~ Dial
8374. Simpson. 38-39-40.
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AT THlE THEATERS
Today--Screen
Arcade-"The Cohens and the
Kellys," with Vera Gordon.
Majestic- "Behind the Front,"
Wallace Beery.
Wuerth -- "Sally, Irene, and
Mary," with Sally O'Neil.
Today--Stage
Garrick (Detroit)--"What Price
Glory.'" __
"The Show-Off."
Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) -
"Betty Dear," with Richard
"Skreets" Gallagher.
New Detroit (Detroit) -- "They
Knew What They Wanted,"
with Richard Bennett and
Pauline Lord.

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Of over 200 brands, Lucky Strikes
are the only cigarettes offering
this added enjoyment-toasting
develops the hidden flavors of the
world's finest tobaccos. That's why

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A reason
can't insist

0. D. MORRIL L,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery

Store
tf.

We pay highest prices for
mren's used Clothing, Call 8040
STUDENTS TAILOR SHOP
Cor. N. Univ. and Thiayer
Tues, Thur., Fri., tf.
HEAR "Always" on Victor Record, as
a waltz, fox trot or vocal number at
Schaeberle & Soni Music House,
110 S. Mai St. tf.
PERPETUAL CALENDAR-A magne-
tic arrow finds the day of the week

E UCrg Occasion'
'CAliSfr rSEA ISLAND.
For everyday or dress-up wear your' college
haberdasher will recommuend shirts made
of'Sea Island Mills Imported Broadclotl.
This "Aristocrat of Shirtings" is fine its
weave, lustrous in finish, sturdy in service.
Insist upon the Sea Island Label

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