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SU-NDAY, AAY 10, 02-0

TIIF M/ICHIGAN DAILY

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Classified A ds
(Continued from Page Eight)
LOST
COST-Shell-rimmed glasses withj
case, between Martha Cook and An-
gell Hall, Monday morning, May 10.'
Finder, please return to Martha
Cook offce and receive reward.
68-69-70.
LOST-Between Barbour gymnasium:
and Palmer Field, square blue silk
scarf with white and black diagonal
lines. Return to R. Figge, Bar-.
hour gymnasium. 68-69j
FOUNDI
FOUND-Fountain pen at Tuttle's on
May 10th or 11th. ' 69.
FO.. SAL E
FOR SALE-Grand Piano, Mason and
Hlamlin Intermediate size. 10301
Oakland. Phone 3627. 68-69.
POR SALE-Cheap-Louise Homer
tickets, 2nd Balcony. Dial 5358.
68-69-70.
Let The Daily" sell it for you thru '
the Classified columns.-Adv.

FOR SALE NO1TIC
FOR SALE-Old Tnwn. canoe, excel- ;,1TL1fl it of tile season on Vic

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lent condition, cheap. Box 97.
68-69.

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FOP SALEF-House, 22 rooms, goodl
coniditionl, corner lot. North State
Street, four blocks from cam-pus,;
oil burner, steam heat, laundry ow.-

ord. played by WaringsI
vanians-
"'In my Gondola"
'I cal. a C'4M I ag-oS call"

;tr Roe- ; (oerm Ju ry Tril
I'ensy- ubished lby Jennings (Co. of New
t ('P~k madeI of the Genius Eloquence
i u ver 1 00 great lawyers showing
Scases are won.
r:c ;I u' " I. 2 Justice fAlath en'ssays: "]?-
*f. c ileni- mad, highly entertain ing and
_ _ _ !wiuanc'nt value."'

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Style, Fabr
All kin,

NOTICE NOTICE-
CO., Golden Rule Tailors FOUINTAI>N PEN IXR
g suits and Topcoats Buy your fountain pen ink at Rider'is
$23.00 Pelt Shop and you will get, REAL Ink.
mic, Tailoring Guaranteed, fresh ink. Ink that fixes itself in the,
Dial 6746 or 973E tf. paper and won't fade or entirely dis-
LOCKSIITH #appear after it has set when moisture'
ulsofKSMtrukHdo ky s applied. Ink substitutes are dang-
MR. KELLER erous and spoil your pens.
1210W. Hron RIDER'S PEN SHOP
tf. Pen and Ink Specialists al1 S. Stutep

NOTICE

it, i-zLtonice tUV ta. ' raseJLused aslX,#i i.u ' A.IN EN tE PA I JIVN G DJrrow says: '"I have read your.hne72
a fatenit orromin hose.Se When your pen fails to work prop-! books with p~rofit for 40 years." tf.
owner. P. 0. Box 208.! rree ertaRie'PnShp- -----
61-62-63-64-65-66-67-68-69 Icry, rememberatseatomeners led shop
____________________________because of its complete equipment ;'L CIA Nre oins(1( ~l WUCI[
diren's (diseases.,*Would take realNoho c
FOR SALE-Will sell C melody saxo- backed by real Pen Makers service, is esat ,hos frnsinsin ex- ,esonabwl
phone or trade for an alto saxo- the logical place to have it corrected.' Raobl
phone. Call 792Q, 69-70-71; Every pen we repair, regardless of change for services if x e,.essari. ~
FOR SALE-At Xhitmore Lake, Cot-; make, receives the same skillful at- Bo85 -6-9k*1ddA
tage, $1,200 cash.' Dial 4770 in day- tention and all work is gtraranteed. ('COLLEGE Students who wish to be ! - -
time or 22430 evenings and Sunday. 'No waiting to have it sent to the fac- c'hosen for Wear Ever Lecturing and
Mr. Slander. 69.fory or what is worse, chance of in- tflnglis sme utscueYEPyle
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ __a__s ec u rez___ I E 'a y u s
FO1AE2i'ie(obedms jury from inexperienced workmuan- assignments by Friday MVay 21.4 2n4siuer
FRSL - Fieduldaakship. Act quickly if interested and Seel
sets of table linen, and some towels, Itideess Pen Shnop B. S. ia at once this week room JIrI
all hemmned. Box 85. 67-68-69 'rTues., Thur., Suns. tf. 20 ih.Uin.6-0-'7
02, ich.Unin. 6-70-1-7 cleaning
NOTICE1 PARTY FAVORS, noise makers, con- ----rE

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CREPAIRING SERVICE
:heap but How Good at a!
Price. The Watch Shop}
Clark, 1121 S. University
tf.
st prices for men and wom-
:clothes-J. W. WVENSON,
)ilt St. Dial 21405. tf.

Tu., Th, Sun.-tf.

WARDROBE TAILORSE
Suits to order, $23.50 and up
Suits cleaned and presed, $1.00 t
pressed 35c
Delivery service
Phone 3242 200 E. Huron St.
tf.
'NEW VICTOR RECORD
"Poor Papa"-Jack Smith
"Don't Be a Fool, You Fool"
ut Seiiaeberle and Son Music House
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RtELIABLE

YOU WTANtT REAL
and pressing service at
seasonable prices

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CARS

VICTOR Record "Say it Again," "Lets
Talk About My Sweetie" by Russo
Oriole Orchestra, at Schaeberle and.
Son, Music House. tf.
DON'T miss having Victor Record
S"Billy Boy~ by Frank Crumit, at-
Schaeberle and Sons Music House. tf.

getti, and balloons.. Special ar-CLEE studient for summerDil 81
rangements for fraternities, soror oth;msth1bl owok flh (II FR CIUP WAIIL'S. 328 So. Maint
ties and clubs. {out supervision, loyal, couiscientious tf.
fBROWN'S BO)4iOKTE, 210 S. aci amitous. Generous salary.-
ai.tf Write Dent. "G", Park Avenue Pldg.i ATTENTION
Main.; Detroit, -Mich. GO iO Look over -my line of samples for
j - -- SPRING SUITSt
R a h W nf.d Let The Daily sell it for you thru 2 'pant suits made to measure, $37.50
Ik a t e W a tAd the Classified colmunis.-.Adv. T .13. Lyons, Di13 E. Williams t

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USED) CARS OF QUALITY
1926 Hudson Broughamrn
1926 Ford Tudor
1926 Oldsmobile Sedan
1923 Hudson Sedan
1924 Hudson Coach
1924 Jewett Sedan
1924 Ford Roadster
1924 Chevrolet Roadster
1924 Buick 4 Touring

1923 Ch.EVROLET SEDAN .. .$225.00
1924 DODGE SEDAN........ .GC.00
1918 BUICK TrOURlNG. ...... 125.00
1t. 11. ALIE.R
20G W. Huron St.
Dodge Brothers 3-otor Cars

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Clothes

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IS PRESENTED IN THIS GREAT

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cars of all

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A change in policy compels us to close out our present stock of
young men's clothes. IRiSH WICKWIRE and GAMER fine
clothing in the. new Light Greys, Tans and Mixtures

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makes from $50 to $250.
W4Ve will tell you tiie exact conditiono f!
every car
ALBERT M1. GRAVES
332 E. Washinigton St.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
67-68.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT-Garage on the
south east side of campus till the
middle of June. Dial 5618.
68-69-70.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-South east suite newly
decorated for one, or two girls. 1020
So. University. Phone 5938.
67-68-69.
FOR RENT-Near campus, very de-
sirable, three room apartment With
bath, furnished or unfurnished, for
summer only. Call 4772..
68-6 9-7 0-7 1-72-7 3.

WERE $52.00 To $68.000.(EVERY SUIT IN STOCK INCLUDED

FOR RENT,
WASILTENAW APTS
3-room furnished apartment, first
floor front for rent June, July, August.
Washtenaw Apartmnts 334 Li. Wil-
liams, Apply Apt. 110, Phone 8404.
65-66-67-68-69.
!FOR RENT-Furnished room ideal lo-
cation, regular or light housekeep-
ing. 620 Monroe. Dial 5970.
fl 67-68-69.
FOR :RENT-3-room apartment, first
floor, well furnished, private bath.
$50 per month. 309 Thompson St.
67-68-69.
SITUATION WANTED
SITUATION WANTED-Cook, white,
experienced, wanted job in frater-
nity for 1926-27. Call 6374. 68-69.
WANTED
WANTED-Girls with selling expert-
nce to assist from 11 to 1 o'clock
daily. Apply office, second floor,
Mack & Co. tt..
WANTED-Situation as colored. cook
for 'fraternity or sorority house
next season'. Experienced. Ernest
Watson, 708 N. Fourth Ave.
67-68-69.
WANTED, Seniors and Graduate Stu-
dents-One of the departments of
one of the oldest and most honored
educational institutions in the coun-
try has several openings for stu-
dents for summer and permanent
work. They must have :gentleman-
ly, instincts with forceful personal-.
ities, :ability, and a genuine desire
to succeed. Those men possessing
these qualities can earn. sufficient
money this summer for the nexct
college year. For more information
ysend application to Box 83 Michigan
Daily. 69.
WANTED-Vacation position; teacher
or 'student; interesting, healthful
work; generous salary plus bonus.
For appointment call Miss Krell-
witz, 21069, after 5 p. im.
68-69-70.
WANTED-Student to help in store
during sale for next three weeks.
Burr, Patterson & Co~, South Uni-
versity at. Forest. 69
WANTED-Girl for general office
work in an established Real Estate
and Insurance Office. The position

How Many Shirts?
1pJ .50
They were $3 to $4.50. White
and fancy mixtures, attached
collars, all sizes
You can't buy too many
It's a real Shirt sensation

buy Lto
95c
For Ties that were $2
and $2.50
You know what a bar-
gain that is
Take half a dozen

FUANNEL
TROUSERS
and
KNICKERS
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FOR RENT-A three room comfort-
Iably furnished apartment for sum-
Imer school. 1025 'Vaughn. Dial
15571. 68-69.
FOR RENT-Apartment, first floor,
Ifour. or five .rooms, furnished if de-
sired. 213 No. Ingalls. 68-69.

FOR RENT-Washtenaw Apts. Three

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