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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1926 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGEEVEN

PAGIII 1rvE

WI[L HOLD ALL-CAMPU9SOUDR
",HACK4 MEET ON MAY FIFTEENTH
Intramural department officials have dlash, 440, 880, and mile runs, 120 yard
faet the morning of. Saturday, May low hurdles. 220 yard low hurdles, shot
15th as the date of the annual all- put, high jump, and broad jmp.
campus outdoor track and field mueet. Jerseys with numerals will he
The meet, as in previous years, will'
be staged on Ferry field, scene of thn' awarded to those securing five or more
"Varsity track contests. poinits in the meet, it was announced
This year's meet will form a part of i by the intamlural department. Inr
the Fathers' dlay program planned by Ithe all-campus indoor meet held oan
:offcers of the Union, and will give !April 6, six men succeeded in winning

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visiting dlads an opportunity to saee the covetedl numerals.
their sons in track comnpe ition i inners garnjered nine
Approximately 200 men have partici -___whiletwofnishedwit
pated in formier all-campus meets, but
with impetus that the track sport has
been given by added facilities and
supervision in the last two years, in-I< For All Makes of
tramural officials expect the number TIRES FOR SALE.
of entries this year to exceed the 200; JU MK CAR
mark. PHONE 335
Nine events constitute this year's KESSLER BROS Can
program andl are as follows: 100-yar~l °

Four ofthteI
points each,
five points.

LRTS
#Cars.
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SURF[USSUPPII[ SO6
Distributors of Towers Slickers and Raincoats
in Olive, 'Yellow and Colors for Ladies,
Men, Boys and Girls.

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Down Town in Rear of Postoffice

213 N. Fourth Ave.

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GOODS

Baisebail

Pont let these SpIng eveniw go Joy without a little exercise.
Wlie harve just 'ivital you need to make that exercise enjoyable.

1III Distinctive

Footwear

If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie'
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad-
will be char'ged.
The Michigan Duily reserves the right to
classify all want ads under' approp'riat'e head
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable
copy.
This columnn closes at 3 P. M. dote preced-
ing publication. 'Not"ice~ of any error must be
given in time for the second insertion.
CASH 'RATES
Ten cents per reading- line'(oh the 'basis of
five average words to the line) for one or two
insertions.
Nine cents per reading line for three or' more
insertions.
Cash classifieds reeived at. the 11aily office
in The Press,,Building9 on Mfaynard-Street.
CONTRACT RATES
Special_ standardized rates given. on: applica-
LOST
rLOST-B~lack leather loose-leaf note
book containing .engineering notes.
4 Call 5451. Reward. 51-52-53.
LOST--Blue loose leaf notebook,
Thursday, April 22, near Carter's
Lunch. Finder please return to
Ernest Weinberg, 543 Church' or
dial 4752. Reward. 51-52-53.
LOST-Vulcan pin, name on back,
U. P. Vosc. Call 21695. 52-53-54.
LOST-Gold ring, onyx set. Finder
call 8265. Reward. 53-54-55.
NOT'IE
FOR LOVELY IHair-an unusual scalp
treatment that shows results quick-
ly thick hair and satiny.
A PORTABLE VICTROLA foil your
outing trips. Prices from $15.00 and
up at Sehaeberle and Son, Muskc
House, 110 So. Malin St. tf.
IiAT THR THEATER'S
'I Today--Screen
Arcade--"Skinner's Dress Suit,"
with Reginald. Denny.
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IIMajestic-"The Song .and Dance
Man," with Tomn Moore, 'Be4-r
sie Love, and Harrison Ford.
WuTterth "Tumbleweeds," with
William S. Hart.
IToday-Stage}
IGarrick (Detroit)- "Come on
4( Ruth," with Gladys Lloyd. j
IShubert Lafayette (Detroit)-
I "Carmencita and the Soldier,"i
S by Moscow Art Theater Mus-
ical Studio.
/Shubert (Detroit) -- "Gentlemen
IPrefer Blondes," with Frank
IMorgan and Mildred -MacLeod.
IBonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"Romeo and Juliet," in mod-
er emdress.
New Detroit (Detroit)- "Rain,";j
with Jeanne Eagels.

1925 FORD COUPE
Wire wheels, bumpers, sepcial head
lights, heater, motor in perfect con-

dition. Price is right.
NOW?
1923 FORD COUPE

Ti re6s new, motor

Phonie 4744

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SEE IT

WANTED-? xW o
High Schools
September for
Northern andt
ritories stillo
these sections
person .at 551

A-1 condition,.

RELI TABLE

CARS

Jill Southi University.

College men to work
durig the month of
the I:..C. Bal-four Co.
Central Michigan ter-
open. Men living in
preferable. Apply in
Church St. Ask for
52-53-54.

N OTICE
WARDROBE TAU 11R
Suits to order. $2:1.50 ind luj
Suits cleaned and p resed. $1.00
pressed . "x
Deliver;, s erv (:
Phone 3242 w E. Hutron tI.
tf.
VICTOR RECOIII) NO. l1)977
"Ihorses" by Geo. Olson uand his lausice
ait Selineberle and -S! jni Yusic House,
110 So. fain St. tf.
Arnold's State Sec. Jeweler'
Is now carrying a complete line of
fountain pens-all makes, all prices.
Whatever type you -may need, comae In
and see .,s, we can srktisfy you.
Arnois State St. Jeweler
302'S. State St. tf.
t WAA~TEi)

PhIone 4744

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THE
NEW WALDO
For Men

MID-SEAS N SPECIAL
Owing to Business Conditions
We are Giving Unequaled Values in
HighClass Tailoring
$5 Su"It, t 30m'7:50h X
TROUSERS
.AN High Class Mlaterials
We Guarantee Satisfaction.
Alterations are Our Specialty.
Suits Cleaned and Pressed $1.00
Suits Pressed. . . . 35c
SWe Call for and .Deliver.
Cash Cards, $5.00 for $4.00
Wardrobe T ilbrs

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finish very good.
1924 CHEVROLET SEDAN
Mileage very low, tires very good,
lots of extras.
Terms If desired
IL . H.ALBER
206 G W. Huron Street
{ Dodge Brothers Motor Cars

black and T an
Russia Calf
Oxford
$10

J. Mu'rphy Boot Shop!
Successor' to Alfred J. Ruby
12 NICKELS ARCADE
D~istinctive Footwear

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200 East Huron St.

Phone 3242

PIA:NO TUNING-By The Concert Ar-
tist Piano. Tuner.°- Your Piano tun-
ing, solicited". Costs no more- than
others. Dial 6776.; Victor Ailmen-
diuger, Office at Res., 901 Granger.
Not with any music house.
v 52-53-54-55-56-t'.
A. NASH C4? > Golden RuleTars
Spring Suits twd Topcboats
3.UStyle, Fabric; Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
WATCH, REPAIRINO SERVICE
Not, how cheap: but How Good at. a
Rbasonable Price, The Watch Shop-
Edward A. Clark, 11211 S. University
tf.

WANTED-Girls with selling experi-.
nee to assist from 11 to 1 o'clock
daily. Apply office, second floor,
Mack -& Co. tf.
WVANTED--Your Cleaning and Press-
ijug. Our rates, iens' suits cleaned
and pressed $1.00, pressed 35c; Tux-
edo cleaned and pressed $1.25, press-
ed 50c; Ladies coats, cleaned, and
pressed $1.25, pressed 50c; Ladies
dresses, cleaned andl pessed.$1.25,
uip, pressed. 50c; up. We call for
and deliver, quick service. Phone
3242. Suits made to order as low as
23.50.-WARDROI3E TAILORS, 20)
E. Hluron St. 52-5-54-55-56
WANTE1 D W 811INtx
WASHINGS WANTD-Also launder
curtains. Phone °2288. 52-5354.
WANTED-A tuxedo, size 38 to 40.
522 So. 4th Ave. Dial 6430. 53.
ROOM WANTED
ROOM WANTED-Married grAuate
student wants large room or suite
after May 15. Preferably in private
family and S. or E. of campus. Ad-
dress, Box 79. 53-54-55.
FOR RENT
FOR, RENT-Furnished six room
house with sleeping porch for sum-
mer months, call 6692. 3.
FOR RENT-NBear campus, cozy three
room apartment with bath, furnished
or unfurnished, June 1st. Call
Robbins, 4772. 53-54-55-56-57-58.
FOR RENT-4-roomn furnished apart-
ment for -summer months, also 6-
room apartment, first floor, large
sun parlor, ile bath, shower, fire-
place. Available May 1. 501 De-
~troit St. Dial 7595. 53-5455.
FOR RENT- Exceptionally large,
well furnished modern 5-room
'apartment. 4126 Brooklyn. Dial
3781. 50-5152.
FOR REN-Four room apartment,
private bath, nicely furnished, en-
tire second floor, gas range, garage,
heat, water furnished, waterheater.
Iuqu1're 303 East Ann. 52-53-54.
FOR RENT-A clean comfortable
front room for one or two gent-c
men. Phone 7340. 426 Spring St.
52-53-54
FOR SALE OR RENT
SALE OR RENT-Firaternity or Sor-
ority, suitable for 25 students. Rial
3642, after 6 p.im.
51-5253-54-55
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Beaver coat, racoon col-
lar and cuffs, very good condition.
Will sell at a sacrifice. Call 3010,
after seven.
51-52-53-54-55-56
FOR SALE-Canoe'- in perfect condi-
tion, two paddles, back rest, good
canvas cover. Price $30. Dial 3458.
52-53-54
FOR SALE-English Pitt Bull terrir,
registered. Will furnish papers.
Phone 7086. 52-53-54
FOR SALE-Morris Canoe,' 18 foot,
fine condition, completely outfitted.
Price $25.00. Phone 8017. Chad-
'wick. 53.
VICTROLAk
$15220
Just the Size for
Your Room.
UNIVERSITY
MUSIC.' HOUSE

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Back in those good old days when
the daring undergrads rode their,
bikes around town with their feet
on the handle bars, and a race
between two-wheelers was a gala
event-even in :those good old
days Anheuser-Busch was nation-
ally known among good fellows.
And now, with bicycles as rare
as free lunch and pretzels,
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(A-B)
PALE DRY
is the favored drink of college
men because, like the college man,
Busch Pale Dry is a good mixer
everywhere and every time.
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There is real encouragement
when we find that most of
our patrons are long-
timecustomers

FOR EXQUISITE. SKIN-Facialsi
such -as -you, have 'never had before:
they b iag ,-youth. racing back to
wrinkled tired skin. These late'st
methods were discussed and, demon-
strated at the National hairdressers
convention 'in Chicago. TRY ONE.
ANDERSON BEAUTY SHOP
Phone 3059 527- E. Liberty. St.
52-5-3-54:
NOTICE--Have you. heard- Ross- Gor-s
man's. latest, record "I Want Some-
body to Cheer Me Up),' 'on the other
side "Lo-Nah."
Almendinger Music Shop
30 anid St:. 53

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The excellence of Varsity
service is not a mee by=
word but proven by the
continued growth ofits
clientele
Phone 4219

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TRY >_ OUR LUNCHES
AT NOON TODAY
Delicious and nutritious food
ARBOR FOUNTAIN

rNOTICE--Higha grade clothes, custom
tailored, latest styles, perfect fit,
$40,,anid. up. C. T. Doukas, 1319 S.
Unlrersi ty. -tf.
ATTENTION
Look over my line of samples for
SPRING SUM'S
2 pant suits made to measure, $37.50)
I T a) Lyons, 515 E. Williams tf
I LOCKSMIITII
All kinds of trunk, door keys,
MR. KELLER
Phone 7325 1210 W.- Huron
IF YOU. WANT REAL,
cleaning and pressing service at
reasonable prices
Dial 7814
CHEER UP WAHVLS, 32S So. Main
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