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FRIAYMAY 28, 192(

TI-IR MICHIGAN .DAILY

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ILOST-Parker pen in locker room in
____________________________ Angell Hall. Left lying on table. Dial
5223. 79I
If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie --____
the Ad-Taker, Dial 2124, and your want ad LOST-Police dog. Please Call 6970.
will be charged. 79-80
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
classify all want ads under appropriate head-'
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable L OST-Cross's English History book a
This column closes at g P. M. date preced- inI the Michigan Union. Finder
ing publication. Notice of any error mustbe pascllV.Sinr Dal54 1
given in time for the second insertion,. e plae7al7.Stier-ia7848.9
CASH RATES 7-87
Ten cents per reading line Con thle basis of,
five average words to the line) for one or twoI LOST-Crey shell rim glasses.. Call
insertions.Gibr,38.Rw d. 7-3
N~'ine cents per reading line for thrte or more Glet 52 ead 87
insertions.
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office FRSL
in The Press Building on Maynard Street. JFOlSL
CONTR ACT RATES
Special standardized rates given on applica- FOR SAT F-Tuxedo. Size 3$. $15.

x

FOR SALE

NOTICE

FOR SALE-Ford tiuring car, late '23CO LG

model. Perfect .
tion. Four new
and( foot accekrm

mechnanical cond-
tires, self starter
ator. Call 7640.
7 9-80

LOsT' _ _
LOST--One copy of "The Mind of
John Keats". Would appreciate its
return to Tom Sunderland. Phone1
6225. 1510 Cambridge. 79-80
LOST-Man's topcoat. G. G. G. make.1
Tight gray checkered color. Finder
pleas>e return to 1127 Church or call
5291. 79-80
Let The Daily sell it for 'you thru
the Classified colmuns.--Aviv.

Call room E12~ Lawyers' Clu). 79
WASHINGTON, WEST-Six room
house, fully modern, 1 year 01(1 oak!
on first floor, oak pine on second,
fireplace, French dloors, garage with
side drive. $1,500 dlown, will con-
sidIer tradIe. 4770 for appointment.
__ 79
FOR SALE--Bicycle; almost new, at
a bargain. 1hone P. MV., University
32-J. 79-80
Patronize D~alIy Advyertisers.-Adv.,
e/J% 4
E"K ENDam

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i

FOR SALE-Student desk. Call Rob-
bins, 21992. 78-79,
FOR SALE-Touring car; mechanic-
ally in Al condition; stop light, gear
shift lock, spot light and other ex-,
tras. DePuy, 621 S. State.
r 78-739
FORD TOUJRING with starter. Runs
like a top). Two new tires. Will sell
for $50 cash. C"all 21805 between
1 and 2. 78-791
FOR SALE-Good Ford touiring. Mo-
tor, rear axel, andl tires in good
condition. Please leave name and l
'address at "8603. 77-78-79-
PORTABL.E Radio set; brand new;'
complete with loud speaker; bar-
gain at $80. Call Bond, 7070. {
77-78-791
FOR SALE-A complete set of Lud-,

HERE'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO
MAKE BIG MONEY DURING VA-
CATION-SELLING A V A L 0 N
BEACH, ON LAKE ERIE; TO-
LEDO'S FINEST LAKE FRONT'
SUMMER COLONY.
WE ARE READY TO START A
GREAT ADVERTISING AND SALES
jCAMPAIGN THAT WILL MAKE ITl
EASY TO EARN A HANDSOME IN-
COMIE.
IT IS A HEALTHY OCCUPATION-
ONE THAT WILL GIVE YOU EX-
CELLENT BUSINESS TRAINING
SAND MAKE YOU MORE MONEY
THAN YOU COULD EARN ON ANY
ORDINARY JOGB. APPLY TO OUR'
MR. BELMONT WALTERS, ALLEN-1
EL HOTEL, TUESDAY,: JUNE 1ST, i
12 NOON TO 9 P. M.
REUBEN REALTY CO.
79-80
THE hit of the season on Victor Rec-
ord, played by Warings Pennsyl-
vna s-1"In My Gondola"
!"Just, a Cottage Small"

for a
liams
Cass

NOTICE N OTI CE 7."OR RENT
WE HAVE a summer opening for~ U. ATTENTIONT 1 FOR RENT-Nat, newly decorated
of M. men andI women living in the Look over my line of samples for aprmnriteh eSpebr
smaller Michigan commnunities. The SPRING SUITS accpant,.provaterhomestembe
position we can offer you is not onily ! pint suits made to mneasure, $37.110 dress Box 103. 79-80
profitable but intensely interesting, T XB. Lyons, 515 E. Williams U _________
irrespective of what colleg.e course :FOR RENT-WVashtenaw Apts. Three
you are taking. This work will give' ]!MV VICTOR IECOI) Droomis, kitchenette for rent, June,
you experience that will aid yon in' "Poor Papa"-.Tack Smith I July and August. 332 E. Williams
your college work n Est year. "Don't Be a Fool, You Fool" St. Phone 8404, Apt. 110., 74
Please answer in your own hiand, at Selmeberle and Son Music house - -
writing, telling where yon live andl tf.. FOR RENT-Immdiately, .four-room
what University course you are taik- apartment, furnished or unfurnish-
ing. If satisfactory we will arrange; PART~iY FAVORS, noise makers, con-I ed. Phone 8619. 79-80

personal interview. J. J. WIl-.
Co., 3rd floor Stephenson Bldg.
and Boulevard, Detroit, ielich.
tf1

wig drummer's outfit. $100 set will' at Scliieberle 1and41Scn Music Mouse.
sell at half price or less if bought tU.

FOR WE

immediately. Call 5865.
77-78-79 A. NASA CO., Golden Itule Tailors
-- ~Spring Suits and Topcoats I
FOR SALE-A 1924 "Deluxe Model")- *2:.40
Henderson motorcycle and side car; Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
in excellent condition; only 6,000 { Dual 6746 or 9736 tf.
miles. Dial 21476 and ask for Dart-
after 7 P. M. 76-77-78SUMREPO EN
s, ~We have an opportunity for a few?
NOTI CE more reliable men for summer employ-
ment. Call A37 Maynard St.
VICTOR RECORD-"In My Gondola",! 79-80
by Warings; "Jlust a Cottage Small",
at Schaeberle and Son Music House. NOTICE--Driving to Nebraska after'
tt . Commencement. Room for 2 or .3
passengers. See Howard at 536
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv. Thompson or call 6453. 79-SO

AN OPPORTUNITY to m~ake pcrmna-
nent connect ions awit'a oldIest ab-
lished Detroit real estate firm head-'
jed by Judson Pradway, 1ichX. class
I1904 andl handling IPloomn~ield Hills
highly restrieted residIential prop)-
erty. Personnel includes number
of college men and several U. of M.I
men. See Mr. Lyson, Room 302
Michigan Union, Tuesday, June 1,
2-8 P. M. 79
WYATCH REPAIRING~ SERVICE
Not how cheap but 11ow Good at a
Reasonable Price. The Watch Shop
Edward A. Clark, 1121 S. 1University
j tf.
CALL USID
WE pay best prices for men aind womn-
e's e'susedl clothes-J. WI V. WENSON, i
22.14 Detroit St. DIMl 21405. tf.
IF YOU WA-NT REAL
cleaning andi pressing service at
reasonable prices
' Dial 7814
CIhEER UP W'AUL'S. 328 So. Main
tf.

fetti, andl balloons. Special ar- I
rangements for fraternities, sorori- jFolt RfE NT-Furnished rooms for
ties and clubs, housekeeping for summer or next
BROWN'S BOOKSTORE, 210 S.1yar Convenient to campus and
Main. tf jbus, lines. Phone 6649. 78-79
Modern Jijry Trials 3 FOR RENT-Three light housekeep-
Published by Jennings Co. of New! ink rooms, available 15 of June, 119
York made of the Genius Eloquence N. Thayer, Phone 21815. Also single
of vr -100 ore-t Thwvurashowing~ I rooms. 79-80

how cases are won.
U. S. Justice -Mathews says: "Ex-
cellent made, highly entertaining and!
permanent value."
Darrow says,: "I have read your
books wvith profit for 40 years." tf.
j FOR RENT
WANT two rooms with private bath.
Quiet, co0ol, one0 block 'from campus.
C 21 E. Washington.
ATTENTION SE NIOR M)INTS
An excep~tional op~portunity in a new .1
building with both living and profes- I
sional quarters comblined, reasonable
rental. T. W. Hillier, 16100 HamiltonI
Ave. Ilighland Park, Mich. Phone
0916. _Ut
FOR RENT-At 311 Thompson, pleas -
ant, reasonably priced rooms; hotl
wvater all the time. 77-78-79-80 1
McKINLEY, 8 13-Large airy room;

WANTED
WANTED-A 1926 Michiganensian in
good condition. Phone Bainey 6674.
79-80
WANTED-Theme copying or any oth-
er typewriting. Rates very reason-
able. Will call for large jobs. Mar-
ion P. PhilliIpps, Howell, Mich.
76-77-78-79-SO
WANTED to rcnt house, southeast of
camp~us for sorority of twelve to
fifteen gir ls. Box 102 ,Daily.
79-80
WANTED--college girl for kitchen
work at Foster's Tea Room.
r 77-75-79
WANTED --Girl for general office
work in an established 'Real Estate
and' Insurance Office. The position
offers excellent opportunities for
advancement and .income.: Appli-
cant must b)e good typist and should

Nall Papers for 'Kitchens........................
Plain Greys, regular 25c .........................
Floor W'ax, special ...........................+
Flarmonellic Polychromes ........................

8c
1 5c

6b5c
25c

I WARDROBE TAj)IOS
Suits to order, $23.50 and up
Suits cleaned and presed, $1.00
pressed 35c
" Delivery service
]Phone 3242 200 E. Huron

I

Remember, we carry in stock high grade, dependable
goods in paints, varnishes, brushes, stains, size-in fact, every-
thing in the wall, paper and paint line.

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SILKS

SOCKS

St.
tf.,

"A NIGH-T OF LOVE", by Goodrich
Silvertown Orchestra, "Reaching for
the Moon,", on Victor Record atI
Schaeberle and Son Music house.
tf
CASH PAID for Lawy, Medical, Denta
and Pharmacy books, at-
Biddel's Bookstore. tf

}lath cow'renient; garage if desired. I have seine business experience
D~ial 4633, 77-78-79 though the latter is not absolutely
I ~essential. 'Replies will be consider-
FOR? REINT--Rooms for summer ed' confidential. Address box 90.
school. Price reasonable. Garage Michigan Daily. f
for rent. 425 S. Division.
i 77-78-79-801I WANTED-By University instructor,
small apartment 'for next 'school
FOR NEXT year-Board, room, andl year, preferably, not necessarily,
Ihome privilege's at 512 E. Williams fulrnished. Box 101. 77-78-79
St. 1 1-2 block from campus. Jun-
iors, seniors or professional stu- WANTED-A furnished house or
!dents preferred. Phone 3694. apartment for the period of sum-
77-78-79 mer school. Communicate with S.
E. Crowe, East Lansing, Mich.
Patronize Deaily Advertisers.-Adv. 77-78-79

203 East Washington St.

Ujo &8ce.'
Phoane 9313

Special

59c

I.,

TODAY

STARTING
TODAY

Mo

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11

Wal1k-

Over

White
Broadcloth
Shirts
$1.85

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BUCK'
Suner IWeighit
Light iTai Calt 7 5
1,atest Nunmber ht
Summer Styles

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Cool, light, yet lively
with the spice of style
Hot feet can spoil the ease of cool clothes and light
amusement. Slip into any Walk-Over summer-
weight style. Give hot feet a chance to cool their
heels. Walk-Over always has made shoes comfort-
able with personal 'fit. Now all the fifty-year-old
skill of Walk-Over gives you summer-weight shoes,
light, cool, yet lively with the spice of style.

All 'Suits Go
"In Two. Lots at
$2.5 and- $33.5-0
Straw Hats, $2.50 to $4

Spanish 7 Love!..-.
SHE angher way, into the .;
heatsofmen -this gor-
geous siren, of Old Spain!
Until she was swept away' her-
self in a tidal wrave of passion! r
Here is the greatest love story
by the famous author of "The
Four Horsemen," now a mar- -' :1t r , ,,,..-'
velous screen achievement, .
with a perfect cast!
UU,
i PRODUCTION,
1 . y
.# TULLTY MARSH4ALL ACTC K'SWAIN.

PAL. CM

CONLI'N

Co.

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BOOT SHOP
115 South _Main St.

ML

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(Successors to Reule-Conlin)
118 East Washington

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25% COff
ON
Golf Clubs and Tennis Rackets
also
Knickers and Fla nnels

MARTH-
t MARIO
f cenai
Titles

UR E. CARE3W LUCIEN LI _TLE IrLD
HA MATTOX LUCY BI3AUMONT
}CARILLO LILLIAN LEIGHTON
trio by Dorothy Farnum from the novcl by
VICENTE BLASCO I;A NEC
sby Katharine Hilliker and H. 11. Cddwct

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