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THFl NMICI TGAN DAILY

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6 S TO fO[M lPaulen To Race
WABAH I U[L~ I Wilson April 17
1 LWRECE'Kans., April 7.--A
iernational quarter-mile race' b,-
tween 'Adriian Paulon of HIolland, i be
Dutch championmideitacru-
LANFAYEiTTE, Ind., April G. -- Alner', and Eric Wilson, former star
thou~gh Purdue ,is not going South" for quarter-miler of the U niversity of
a spring training trip, the Boilernial - t1owa, has been arranged as a special
ers NvillI see plenty of action next weekI event cn the program of the fourth
when five early season games will 1)0 jannual Ka~nsas relays here April 1 .7.
played.) Both men. were representatives of
Wabiash is the first. outside team their country in the last. Olympic
which will stack up against the Boil- rnaes and each is capable of turning
ermakers, comning here for a gaine on "in a 49 second or better quarter-mile.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Paulen is one of the star foreA'gn
while on Thursday the Depauw teamr athletes. now invading -Armorica arid
will oppose the varsity nine. Coach l Wilson was famous as anchor mnan en<
Mwr try Kent's Northwestern basebal the Iowa championsh'ip miie r, lay
tetui will open the Conf'erence seasonr team which set the intercollegiate
on Saturday.j record at 3 minutes, 16.9 seconds inj
Ware has been showing up well 'It;1 923.
second, Wilcox at shortstop, and An insurance policy for $5,000 in-
Pierc'e at first. In the outfield, Cap- suring the Kansas university Athletic
tain Taube, Lowe, Harmeson, Plock, ,I association office against rain, has
O'Brien, Kemrmer, Malick and Weav,3r !just been written. Should one-tenth
are the most promising candidates, of an inch of rain fall. between (cer-E-
Michigan's team. will be seen in ac-.' tain alloted hours, the Kansas man- I
Lion against the Boilermakers on April 1ag;ement will collect.
24 ait Lafayette. Thus far on account ____________________
of- adverse Weathert conditions, the
practices have been restricted almostl
completely to the confines of the arm-
ory,, but a few batting and pitching IS T
drills lave beent held on the Varsity T
field; and emphasis has been laid to
bunting and base running. Io.xsrE i
Jin Bottoinley, next to George Sis-
let,, perhaps the best first baseman in I
bas3eball1 didn't cost St. Louis a penny. _____________
StEAMSHIP AGENCYI

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Licensed, Bonded and Authorized
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Representing all S. S. Lines

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Earnh Extra Credits
During Summner Vacation
The chinge and recreation so necessary to every-
one are here -combined with superior oppor-
tunity for educational advancement. Boating,
swimming, tennis, concerts, dramatic performan-
ces, inspiring lectureu. etc., are all available.
Organized' excursions, to industrial, financial and art
centers of Chcago.- Courses covering full year's work
In General Chemistry, Physics or Zoology, for students
interested in Medicine, Dentistry or Enginering.
N .U. R
E S®ON THE SHORE OF LAKE MICHIGAN
Opens June 21. 1926, and Indudese
Graduate School Law School
College of Liberal Arts School of Music
School of Commerce School of Speech
School of Education School of Journalism.
Senid for FREE Booklet
Booklet, "Educat ipn Plus Recreation " describes the
courses of NORTHWESTERN UNIVPERSITY SUM-
MER SESSION and its recreational and educational
advantages.
Address WALThR DILL ScowT, President
NORTH4WE5TERN UNIVERSITY
604 Unfcvetalty Hal EVANSTON, ILL.

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the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad-
will be charged.
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
classify all want ads under appropriate head
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable
copy.
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ing publication. Notice of any error must be
given in time for the second insertion.
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five average words to the line) for one or two
insertions.
Nine cents per reading line for three or more
insertions.
Cash classifieds received 'at the Daily office
in The Press Building on Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES
Special standardized rates given on applica-
tion.!
LOSTj
LOST-Whiite gold filigree bracelet,
set with sapphires. Lost on April 1,
near campus. Reward. Call 4751.1
43-44-45.
ILOST-Oni E. H-uron Street, a diamond
ring fastened to the ribbon strap of
a- small Gold watch. Finder please
call 7940. Reward. 43-44-45.
LOST Cut steel shoe buckle in Union
b)all room, Fridley night. Reward.
Call 4724. 42-43.
LOST-Rider mottled black and red
fountain pen, Friday, between
Nickels Arcade and Ferry Field.
Phone 3233. 925 S. State St. Re-
ward. 41-42-43.
LOST-Large size Parker Duofold
fountain pen without cap. Fletcher
Sharp. 425 Cross St. Phone 8453.
42-43-44:
LOST-Wool lined gray suede-glove.
on Burns Park Bus or Main St. Re-
turn to Martha Cook. 43
LOST-Pair of glasses in or near the
gym. Finder please return to Or-,
mond Drake or call 21380 at 1304
Geddes, 43-44-45.
NOTJCE
iF YOU JV WANT REALj
cleaning and pressing service at

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DOT'S Ol' &IIE1AlP CARS11
Tio
IMIE FOR
1923-Ford Touring
1923I-Ford Tonring
1923-Will ys Knight Roads.em
1924--Ford Touring
192-Maxwell'Touring
1922-1-ludson Coupe
1925--Chevrolet Touring,
1922-Chevrolet Coupeo
1922-Overland rpIlli ing
1923-Ford roadster
1924--Ford Coupe
HUDSON SALES INi) SERIVICE
114 E,. ashingonPDil 91

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Three room apartment in
Washtenaw an~ts. .2 1; . William
St. Phione 31329. 42-43-44.

GET YOUR Victor Record of " VJ
tors" "Yellow and Blue" y Univ.
Alich. Band, at-
Seliaeberle R Soi lMusic House,
110 S. Main St.

tf.; FOR RENT-Two roaus

oil second1

WANTED)--WVillbuy ,, used, raccoon
Icoat. Apply ?,ox 77, Daily .43-44
WANTED-Man or VWoman with ex-
perience in sellig shoes. Apply at
office of Mack and C'o. tf.
WANTED-Student pil to help with
{housework and car, of children dur-
ing vacation andl week-ends follow-
ing. Board, room, and moderate/'
wages. Call 4329. 1,111 Wells.
43-44.,
WAN-TED--Casm paid for late nodel
cars. Nixon used c!ar market.. 41G
S. Main. Pohne t6914. 42-43-41.
l: WANTED--A' fi-st ('lass cool" openm
for~ engagement. P'hone 7784.-
- 43-44-4i.

For the Spring Vacafion
A PERMIANEtNT WAVE
Steam Process $10.00
Cor. Liberty & State St. Dial 2410.
42-43-44.

floor clean and NAavim. One block
from the campus. 320 Thompson.
Dial 3292. 42-43-44.'
FOR RENT-Two rooms, bath and
kitchenette on 2nd floor. Apart-
ment furnished withi heat, water and

IEAR "Afways;" on Vic'tor Recordi, as
a waltz, fox trot or- vocail ntumber at
Schaeberle & Son RMusc 1111se,
110 S. Main Sit. tf9
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
mathematical rorinula upon which
it is based and rule for calculating
results mentally. 'A. C. Washburnue,,
Pittsfiel d, Massachusetts. %Wed-tf.
EVENING dinners $1.00. Milc and
dancing at Joe Prc'.Mcia'
swellest cafe. Dls owxn at i-huron
andl Fourth Ave. i'arties ar~e our
Fspecially. 41-42-413.

reasoniable prices
Dial 7814
CHEER IMP WAIIL'S, 328 So. Main

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Michigan, or who want to earn some
worthwhile side money---
READ TIS
We are a wide awake organization
and we want the part time services of'
some high grade, wide awake young
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 Da.ily
SPAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.

lights. 507Detroit St. Dial75.
. Arnold's State St. Jeweler I_ -41-42-43.
Is now carrying a complete line of FOR RENT-Beautiful apartment, 1st
fonanpn-l mks l rcs floor, large living room, fire place,
Whatever-type you may need, come in.! u alrad sepig prh
and see usawe nStisJy YOUr Furnished for' two to six people.
Arnods tat St Jeele One suite, $10' per week.
302 S. State St.. Fur inshed flat for caretaker, inquire
L 217 Observatory, Dial 21705.
NOTICE-Two house to house con-f 41-42-43.
vassers, young men or' women,
spare time (luring April-Edsill's WNE OR'T-nJn om
Rexall Drug Store, 208 S. Main St. inpvaefmloras llprt
42-4 3. inpiaefmlorasalart
_____________________________ enton South East side of Campus
TYPERITIG & I3IEORAPI~G by young mazy connectedl with Uni-
TYPWRIING& M31EgRAIIIG versity. Box 76. 41-42-43.
Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates. FOR RENT-Suite of rooms for two
College work a specialty for seven- girls. Phone 21308 after six.
tenyears. 41-42-43.
ten 0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,! FOR RENT-Furnished light house-
The Typewriter & Stationery Store keeping rooms, with kitchenette,
3tf. newvl decorate1-d. Phone 6368.I 330

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Mine. Anderson's Beauty Shop will be
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W HE14 hoop skirts and the
Virginia Reel were in
vogue, and loving hands at
home fashioned Grandfather's home-
spuns for the prom ... . even in
those days, Anheuser-Busch was
nationally known to good fellows.
And today .... when feminine
heads are bobbed and shingled, and
we dance the Charleston in expen-
sively tailored clothes to the stir-
ring strains of a jazz orchestra ... .
BUSCUi
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is the favored drink of college' men
because, like the college than, Busch
Pale Dry is a good mixer every,
where and every time.
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I2E Hair Dressers Convention. Her
12 w shop will open again M~onday, April
w 1 12th. 527 Ei. Liberty.
12 ~I42-43-44-45-46-47
- A. NASH CO., Golden Rule Tailors,
Spring Suits and Topcoats I
$23.00
'T h Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Te 0oldest and larg -_____
" o - - A SPECIAL
TAILORED SUIT, $35.00
est avi gs ank332 S. State, over Pratt & Dunn
XXTO~+~Vb11T d-~-E.__O. D. tf.
W a-ow CO.UP L. : TYPING XVANTED - rbesea, themes
® papers, notes, etc., neatly, accurate-
l Iy and promptly typed. Call Mrs.
A Engelhardt. Dial 7275. e.o.d.-tf.
1! g o balln k t tie NOTICE-Mell Gillespie, teacher and
.. sooistthirty years experience;
=: 10. Mandolin, banjo, guitar, and chord
construction. Telephone 4757.
s Wed,, Fri., Sun., tf.
An extra pair of pants doubles the
-life of your suit, we match any cloth.
r; M. G. WILD, 109 E. Washington
E.0. D.
Special Release of Columbia 'Records
E featuring Ted Lewis and Fond and
- Glenn, the Lullaby Boys
- ALLMENDINGER MUSIC SHOP,
305 Maynard 43-45.
E = ,=TYPEWRITERS
k = Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
= 2 bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
' cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
2 est stock and best service depart-
' ment in Ann Arbor.
o 0 . D. MORRILL.
j 17 Nickels Arcade,
-, 2? The Typewriter & Stationery Store
- 21 Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
NOTICE-Cistern cleaning and cist-
- 2 Iem repairing by expert cistern mian.
Phone 22388. 43-44-45#

E. Ann St. 41-42-43.
FOIL SALE
FOR SALE--Oriental rug '(antique)
11 ft by 4 1-2 ft, Jewel pattern. A
bargain for cash. 217 North In-
galls St. 'Dial 9277. 42-43-44.
FOR SALE --Must sell new, spring
suit, never been worn, size 37, will
sell cheap. 425- Cross St. Phone
8453. 42-43-44.
FOR SALE--1919 Ford roadster, $15
takes it, rear end guaranteed]. Call
9571 at noon or at six. 43-44-45.
F<OR "SALE-Trumphet latest model,
Holton. Gold plated in A 1 condi-
tion. Call 6063. 44-45.

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Promenadeeand
UjpprMain Decik
Accommodations
For TOtJRIST M Cabin Passengers
ROUND$17
My 18. June 8.- July 3.x
Cabin rates on application
For"APRIL SAIL~iNGS to
COPENHAGEN DANZIG and
BALTIC PORTS
apply to
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