100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 05, 1926 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1926-05-05

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

;WDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1926

THE~ MICHIGCAN lATV- D.*~~~ALY

TAr.r ; rxr rv,

a ' aau a i ati.a L8V( .yl' 1 L!ALL A.

.,

D~ V CO I O Boston .. 0 000 100-2 7 2 t t ttai
SO 'Brooklyn .. 000 000 021-3 9 3 ;~wi :i?,. 0 LOST-A slide rule. Name S. II.
Boston-Cooney, Benton and Gibson ? J i ts"aI ur b 1bU r r i ntt Preson crnr.Call 2192+.
Brooklyn-Petty and O'Neill. I7585
LI ~~~~If you are a telephone'subscriber- call Jimmie :___________
Wilnol be'4 adhyougwan.adMOST-A gold fountain pen with
ld eahe.ilTe MchianeIDaily reserves the right to Eleanor engraved on barrel. Lost in
CIAOMa4-Ccgubnhd Only games scheduled. ings and to revise or withhold objectionable Angel I 12or on State and Huron.'
CHICAG,_May4_-Chiago'_unche copy. Cl 21055. Reward. 57-58-5 9.
hiits. off Wells in the first and third This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced- -
Let The Daily sell it for you thru in publication. Notice of any error must be 'LOST-Waltham, hutnasgl
innings today to win from Detroit, 4-2. teCasfdcou s-Av given in time for the second insertion. hnigcsgl
The TCgassionfgoodinnnglwsnth,-Adcvn. CASH RATES watch with U. M. Fob, near corner of
pe r reading line (on the basis of 6Thompso d. ~illims. P {n
fourth. Ted Lyons was unsteady o five average words to the line) for one oreo 66.E. eei n
the mound for the Sox, iunt tightened3 Nine cents per reading line for throe or mor
in the pinches and was given good CHEER SQUAD TRYOUTS inusertions.; LOST-Pair of shell rimmed glasses in I
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office
support. nIhePrssBuldngT a yarATEStr204.N.tr ng arsStn. Dil8-29.
Kamnm, White Sox third baseman, in-f Daily workouts are slated for I The presBilding onRAynrdStreet. strang srStn. Dal2-49
~'jthe cheering squad at Ferry field I Special standardized' rates given on a.phica- "5-5-0
Iue~ hi nesiigit od I for the remainder of the semes- !f-j LOST-Green gold ring with amethyst
the, first innlinlg mid was forced to ter. They will be held at four LOSTI setting, in gold purse, Sunday night.
r(etire from the game.,'lc n l fehe h _____________________ Dial 8071. Reward. 59-60-f1it
Score by innings: R 11 E LS-imn am h ea
wiri....002000280 sh to try out for the squab LOST-A woman's brown kid glove on;
Chicgo.....80 00000* 4 1 1 will report at that timge. Sunday morning in or near Hill l) ona ateon btwn
roit-Wells, W. A. Warrick, Auditorium. Dial 9221. 5-9 ahea n urhTetr
Bhcg-Losardoothaidlk. . herladr.Call 22217. Reward. 69-60-6L.
Chiago-Lyns nd chak.Patronize Daily Advertlsers.-Adv.

t 1,(A)S Sf'
hOST- Walthiam, hunmting case goldi
watch, with IT.AT. Fob, near corner,
Thomnpson, and Williams. Phone
6961. Ed Peterman. 59
FOU SALE
FOR SALE,or Trade on Ford Sedan, a!
model K-45 Buick Touring, in first
class shape. Call Flindt 22342.
58-59-60.
FOR SALE-Radiola III A. Complete
jwith four tubes, loud speaker, bat-j
kteries, $20. Cost owner $55. Call
7 617. 5 8.
NOTICE
Arnold's State SL J.eweler
j I now carrying a complete line of
fountain pens-all makes, all prices
Whatever type you may need, come Inj
and see u9, we can satisfy you.
Arnolds State St. Jeweler
302 S. State St. tf.

NOTICE
STUTDENT of good personality for de-
sirable summer position with large
corporation. Must be loyal, faithftul
and willing to learn details of com-:
pany's business. Must be able tol
work without a boss. Write Educa.,'
tors Association, Park Avenue Bldg.,
Detroit, Mich. 59-60.
NOTICE-High grade clothes, custom5
tailored, latest styles, perfect fit, j
$40 and up. C. T. 1)oukas, 1319 S.
University. if.

NOTICE

RELIABLE

UISED)

CARS

ATTENTION
Look over my line of samples for
SPRING SUITS
2 pant suits made to measure, $37.50
T .B1. Lyons, 515 E. Williams tf
VICCTOR Recorti "Say it Again" "Lets
Talk About My Sweetie" by Russo
Oriole Orchestra, at Schaeberle and
SSon, Music House. tf.
A. NASH CO., Golden Rnle Tailors
Spring Sults and Topcoats
$23.0
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
WATCH REPAIRING S rVC
Not how cheap lbut I-ow Good at a
Reasonable Price. The Watch Shop
Edward A. Clark, 1121 S. University
tf.

1925 FORD COUPE

Wire wheels, bumpers, special head
lights, heater, motor in perfect con-

dition. Price is right.

SEE IT

Other games:
Amert'1ic'anlLeague

St. Louis . .. 200 110"
Cleveland . .. 220 040
Sl.. Louis--VanrGilder,
Schang.
Cleveland -- Ile and I

R 11E
001- 5 1 33
30*-11 16 4
Wingard and

L. Sewall.

R IIE
Washington .. 102 001 031-8 14 0
Boston........ 100 300) 003-7 13 4
Washington--Bush, Ferguson, Mar-
berry and Ruzel.
Boston-Ehmkn Ie and 'Bischoff.
RI11Ei
New York . 030 010 001- 5 13 3
Philadelphia 230 300 020-10 11 3
New York-Jones, Thomas, Brax-
ton, McQuaid and Collins.
Philadlelphia-Quinn and Cochrane.

/ 'S
//
i I .r/

T

From Rio down to Buenos Aires
A student guy forgets his cares
Afloat, there's joy on every band
,Ashore -Oh, Boy! Its simply grand.
Something to talk about for the rest
of your life if you make this glorious
rWO MbnxbS StURet TQ14~rt9

I

by the large and luxurious. Lamnport & Holt Liner
S. S. VAU BA N one of theEfamour
Leaving New York June 26 Returning August 24
All outside rooms, airy dining saloon, library, swimming
pool,gymnasium,. spacious decks. Deck sports, dancing and
speppy jazz band. Superior service and well-balanced .
meals. Good fellowship, congenial company.
$600 All expenses, including sightseeing
trips and hotel accommodations.
For reservations and detailed information, apply to
your College or University Representative, or
. A. Z. HYDE, Manager
STUDENTk
SOUTH AMERICAN TOURS
24 Broadway, New York City

Fraternity Ste'wards
The uniform high quality of our meats
and poultry assures a satisfaction which
you can't afford to pass up.
Place your order by Dialing 3100 or
3101.
A.R.GFELL

i
i
i
I
f
i 3
I
7
f

1923,FORD COUPE
Tires new, motor
finish verwv good.

A-1 condliicui

National leaguie
Cincinnati ... 01l 000 00
St. Louis .... 000 010 02
Cincinnati-Luque and Pil
St. Louis-Iluntzinger, H
O'Farrelli.

NOW!

R II

E

00-2 9 1
2*-3 8 1
cinich.
1Bell and

AT TILE THEATE48
Today-Screen
Arcade- "The Untamed Lady,"
with Gloria Swanson.
Majestic - "Tramp, Tramp,
Tramp," with Harry Lang-
don.
'Wuerth-"The Sea Beast," with
John Barrymore and Dolores
Costello.
Today-Stage
Garrick (Detroit) - "Tarnish,"
by Garrick Stock with Ann
Harding and Rollo Peters.
Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) -
"The Arabian," with Walker
Whiteside.
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"The Squaw Man," with Wil-
liam Faversham.

Sanderson & Son, Inc., 117 W. Washington St., Chicago
MADEIRA
. ALGIERS
NAPLE
VENICE
'Yoris RE - 13 0
Cf Yhi4z Ca". bin
RDSTAR LINER,
, JLYE1T/
Bookings made only for students, -teachers
and similar vacationists4
Special All. Expense - Inclusive Conducted
Student Tours
New York to New York
$595 to $695w
Outward by S. S. Lapland and return via north
European port-
M For cornplete information apply to
RED STAR 1LI
Win. Lancsweert, Mgr., 214 Majestic Bldg., Detroit
Telephone Cadillac 7665-7666
Mr. E. G. Kuebler, 602 East Huron St., Ann Arbor, or Agents.

223 North Main St.

Phone 3100-3101

"No=

,.
.

, - r)

Comfort In Dress
The man who is very exacting in his
dress takes into consideration not only
f the style, the fabric, color, and pattern
of the garment he is going to wear,
but also comfort. The latter is obvi-
ously a consummation of experience
and skill in tailoring. Marquardt
clothes insure comfort. They are tail-
ored to fit the particular individual.
Artlpr N1. larquarb?
Custom Tailor
608 East Liberty Street

IF YOU WANT REAL
cleaning and pressing service at,
reasonable prices
Dial 78.14
CHEER UP WAIIL'S, 3128 So. Main
tf.
DON'T miss having Victor Record
"Billy Boy" by Frank Crumit, at-
Schaeberle and Son Music House. tf.
NOTICE-College mhen interested in
summer employment interview in
room 431 Michigan Union until
Thursday, May 6. 987 men had av-
erage earnings of $61.63 per week
during summer of 1925. Not a can-
vassing fob. B3. S. Hagar.
55-56-57-58-59-60
To Start My New
FIVE YEAR LEASE
I am having a
FIVE DAY SALEI
May 3rd, 4th4 5th, 6th, 7th
20 per cent D)iscount on all Watchesk
A. F. Clarke, 1121 S. University M
tf.
NOTICE-Endahi and DeWolfe Realty
Co. will show slides of Detroit ac-1
companied by an explanatory talk
in room 302 of Union~, 8 o'clock
Wednesday, May 5. Stuilents in-i
Svited-especially those interested
in selling real estate. 59.1
PARTY FAVORS, noise makers, ser-
pentines, confetti, crepe hats and
balloons. Special arrangements for
fraternities, sororities and clubs.
BROWN'S BOOKSTORE, 210 S.
Main. 59-61-63 tf.
WARDROBE TAILORS
Suits to' order, ,$23.50 and up
Suits cleaned and presed, $1.00
pressed 35c
Delivery service
Phone 3242 200 E. Huron St.
tf.!
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, for
light housekeeping. Phone 6368;
running water and gas, all conven-
iences. 57-58-59
FOR RENT-A desirable south east
single room, second floor. 1020 S.
University Ave. Phone 5938.
59-60-61
TO RENT-Furnished apartment 'orl
small home by two adults during
summer semester. For further in-
formation call 6845. 58-59-60.
FOR RENT-2 Garages, one behind
Hill Auditorium, the other at 1013
Monroe near East University. Call
4261. 59
FOR RENT-2 single or one double
room, well furnished, south campus.
SBoard if desired. Dial 3645.
59-60-61.
FOR RENT-Vacant July 1st, 5 rooms
for light house keeping. Two blocks
north of Varsity No. 42, Medical or
Dental preferred. Phone Varsity 87.
59-60-61.
Read the Want Ads

Mileage very low, tires very good,

lots of extras.

1924 CHEVROLET SEDAN

4

WANTED,
WANTED-Girls with selling expert.
nce to assist from 11 to 1 o'clock
daily. Apply office, second floor,
Mack & Co. tf.
WANTED-Stenographers with sev-
eral years' experience for full time
work during July, August, and
September. Apply at Secretary's
Office ,University Hall. 57-58-59.
1WANTED-Experienced saleswomen
from 11 to 2 daily. Mack and Co.
tf.
WANTED-College men interested in
summer employment. May call for
interview 437 Maynard or dial. 4302
for appointment. Northrid go Brush
Co. 59-60.
WANTED-Small furnished house or
apartment by summer faculty memn-
!ber for sumxmer session. Must have
Itwo bedrooms. Box 8.1. Michigan
Daily. 59-60-61-62=-63
RETURN to Tuttles or 425 S. Division,
gold pin initialed J. C. E., given to
girl by waitress in Tuttles. Reward.
59-6A.
WANTED-Good cook for substitute
work in fraternity house. Call 8778
between 2 and 4 p,. rn. 59-60-61.
WANTED-Two or three rooms or
apartment, preferably in private
home, for two men.. Call Light 7417.
59-60-61-62-63.

Terms If desired
It. IH. ALBER
206 W.Ifuron Street
dodge Brothers Motor Cars

Business ?
There is a cycle of fashion
not only for the hats col-
lege men wear but for the
line of work into which
they go.
But your job has to fit
your head as well as your
hat, for it has to fit your
state of mind.
Like your hat also, your
job needs to fit your purse.
Therefore, why not choose
one that brings not only
satisfaction in service but
in financial return.
Selling life insurance is one
of the few modern busi-
nesses that does Just this.
It takes:
Intelligence, Zest
and Ability
It givues:
Liberty of action, the
philosophic satisfaction of
selling future security and
pre gent serenity to living
people, and a response, im-
mediate and tangible] in
monetary as well as mental
reward.
Complete and confidential in-
formation ,witho utanfy obligationt
on your part, can be obtained by
writing to the Inquiry Bureau,
John IHa ncock Mutual Life
Tr..,... .te Orn n. 'V_ 7n7.,, f

_I

".I- .

'1

4

TCAILQED AT FASHION FAR
For Glf an Spor Wea
Weseilz ntened orYun e
and Me l ndWh StyeYun

ts§Z1~ like groping in the
dark to invest in clothing
R of unknown character -
the elementof disappoint-I j
ment is, paramoiut.
iL~i Our fixed standard "Qual1-
ity,Purity and~rice mod- Crij CAGQ
eration" steadfastly main-'
tamned by us for more
A~i~ than a quar~ter of a cen-
T tury, safeguards our}
patrons and insures
satisfaction.
L ,_SPRING SUITS and CALI~ob,

P . . _hk

HURRAH!
Spring Is Here

Tropical worsteds are now in demand for the coming
warm weather. Have yours tailored by experts. Our
Prices are below them all, and our Quazlity and Service are
above.

Our valet service is unbeatable.

ISuits Cleaned and Pressed $10

Suits Pressed
17 7_. r x- ----

35c

". * !

I

1 . . _ ..( t _ - _

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan