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SiNDAY, ?1IAF C 11 2") 11)'!7

TH-,E MICI IIG N DAILY

PAGE, t-,VFIN

SUNDAY, MARCIJ, 20, 1927 PAGE SEVI?.N

ANNUAL BOXING S iW WILL B E HELD , Bakbl1TmWsetFurYr
MARCH 23 AT 1ATE YAN GYMNASIUM'IPersonal FYlRecrdICnfrec
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Ikght HIericow it7 a- A . t. final )O:-1 ,,~lVs.meet for hef rataernity, relay cigin Ii l-Oper nvl fols of I r. terVl ilv~e1s it oL ja, ci eunts. h doran,which hasr
f,. ' t. and""ll erw ..;< -112, a, (!,d at act ion:,;ol (U ) tin'catrd. semil-final race; ll heldThur1sday ight. iV ,' lig' I, 111' 1 haei. t tas.Un U In ,see n ec-. ;methe W lvrie
Michigan in a11 ; thzrec yl-..~U.1 i110a 2 1 iI5g' ;3'A . -al(2a1ft~ar, a..tvt! > e d ,15(1 as f-h.I hie :'"!'t'. *igrili (1oweled r.'b1 S4111a"(for' three c.)i, t~e las tIOi w-c , , x ""ti tir.Sl, ws close bhind~ with 101.
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is the be" t 'nat t s;h'1,,ah . by. 2or 'IS westlin g = c1m i t)ion and lw olf, i P hi Kappa in111:23 .7 L1924 ic h igan~ ! .)in, wit H Julat 1^:oIllinoisin, 126; a,
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Clevlandtnd t._oah Sllians m- boots~i; a rocs. ionlal act listedl for'the class sA1lbasketb~all ttle t
cioest consented to stop off and meet s I~nnn ladiators will put onl an 8:30 next Th~ursday fnight. olyteN orthwestewx h84eingathe t'cl scimlenumbertofuegoalsscoed
Bedrkowitz. xh~libit ion; and N. 11. Benham and C. Futr1ivs are,110ow ing receivedi at; Inl1926 the team mace 1!' Folis and j et, , ,.Ooteran alCi
{ her bouts onl the cardl are Farrell, :[. i(ttilbonillxvi engage ini two e ,hi- !tfie Intramiural ofice for all-campus 'still had the fewest of01: alin! nntn urfilgosthnehr
stteeA.ro.Undsfin124p0t11who wi xbione:ibots. .anfd all-fr eshmien singly and double the conference. Last seasc'u the quin- of t he two higher scories. The total
din~ee ounds a '121r 3onnds ith f --- - Itennis. No juan cal eter both the 14bs~~ silr hnan i
Stin; Helm, whlo lost to -dim staLu? 011 !0)STATEI---~,One hundred sixty-I all-campus and tile all-freshman l ~tor- for bthsigl - I of 194 b~e~r~1 , n ea ase t s ItIoCC thnity ig
A. A. U. chanion after flooring dial four degi'ees were awarded in ?March. 1 laments. Entries canl als~o be mnade lphtching tourlanelt. Indliana wa~ns again seod withI 151.

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STARTING SUNDAY
{ ~As Welcome as Ap ril
Showers That Bring,
May Flowers!
And Dame Rumior Sa,s:
"You're in for an Earful and Eyeful
of the cleverest comedy-romance' Col-
leen's ever played._
And for Our Ladyp Patrons
IOtlI' sure to mai~rvel .it. several
(liMlays (of ciehic isler ivwjs send
gownis now Im)anitillg i New lrk's
Avenue. -
JACK MULHALL ~ i~1,1
And a Great Big Cast of 31 '
Your Old Favorites14 1
'- Productlion 2'01iI iIllllti'

FOltSALE
FOR SALE-Neairly new Und1(erwoodI
Portable typewvriter, witih case.
'Very reasonable p~rice. Dial 9850.
123-124
FOR SALE--1louse, five roomls, two
blocks east of campus. Under $5,-
000. 1342 Volland. Phone 9692.
123-124-125-126-127 128
jFOR SALE---1921 Ford Touring. $40.
Call 3283. t
I All makes of typewriters for sale or
rent. Excellent machines at rea-
sonable prices, for rent. Prompt
repairtin g by experienced1 workmen.
Courteous service. Aulta Brand
Ribbfons and Carbons. Rider's Pen
Shop, 315 State Street.
sun-tues-th~urs-tf
F'OR SALE -Southeast, fourteen-room
house, A-i condition, large lot with
shlade and fruit trees, double gar-
age, five blocks from campus in
fraternity district. Phone 6047. j
121-122-123
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-I
taned anywhere. 0. D. MORRIL"L,
i17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal-I
'er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith & Cor-
ona Typewriters. Inc. t
WA N T°i1)
IWANTED-Room itn private family
by woman graduate student for
next year.- Locattioni between cami-
puis and University hospital. Sleep-
ing porch preferred. Also board.
}Address 1 13 K, this office. 123
WANTED-French tutor wanted. at~j
on1ce. Address B'ox 169, the Mich-1
S igan Daily. 12"
WANTED-College xvomlan in Paula's3
-Coffee Shop. - - 123-124
NOTICLD-Unive'sity instruct or wants
furnished house for academic year
1927-28. Would care for large home
during owvner's absence or sabbati-
-cal leave if rent is nominal. Harry
L. Samuel, 320 East Washington St..
SatSunTu
WANTED--One or two students to
jmake beds for a dandy room. H-ot
and cold water. "837 Thompson St.
'_-- --122-123
WANTED STUDENTS co know that
Sang Pays from $5 to $25 for old4
snits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306

NOTICE-Th0 new Royal Portables
are no0w on (display at Rider's Pen
.Shop, 315 State St. A wonderful
machine. You will be interested.
Call and see them.
'2Y1?E IVJITERi11liiS AND1
CARB ONS
Our rapid turnover Insures u fresh
stock andh you secure the best ul
qa-ty at a moderate price. . 1D. MOR-
lURLL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. tf
_POjRrABLhE'PHONOGRAPH
Special price of $15 with three
monthls to pay.
University Mutsic 1ouse.
tf
JWHY WEAR ":READY MIADS" when
you can hanve a two pant sit built
to your measutre for $37.0? Spring
styles now ready. T. U. LYONS,
Willimuns at Maynard. tf
TYPE WI I,'!rNto and 3! lniogru prh-
1 jg 'promnptly and neatly done
by experienced operators at mod-
erate rates. Thesis and college
work a specialty for 1J years. .
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. Th
Tywie and Stationery Store. t
GITI''At SPE)CIAL
A good reliable instrument for only
$11.00. Just the thing for music i
your Iroomn.
{3! ?iaersity" Mulsic ,oue.
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NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
quickly typed at popular prices.
Phone 7:345. t
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
yWorks. Rugs Shampooed. Pon
6513. -daly-t
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington._ Phone
6365, evenings. $22 to $3p. tf
NOTLCE,
PUORRS - FORDpS - FOIS
Our entire stock of used cars has
been put into first clss running con-
dition and the prices' asked 'are in
many cases much lower than the
value given. A car for every purse
and very car worth the money. Come
in, pick out your car and drive it
home. We - have roadsters, touring,
coupes, Tudors, four doors, $35 to

Ne l s f t e saP i (c es a n d s e -~ v i ce r i {g h L .
1)1I I ;& Qhliin;ige, lPro i4 Pt rintfers
104)-111P". NVashl. St., IDial 8131"
t'1S-t I
1O'PICE-Mell C iillespie, teac'her mani-
dolini, banjos, guitar, chord conl-
rs truction. Dial 4757.
'Wed., Fri., Sun~ tt
-Trotjanol(w,"l's ilatsier Sil js sat-
istied Student s for -I 40 i-ivet-'.
j 1 . 1 .1 ) V 41Five tables. Sat isfactory rates..
Also cigars, tobaccos, candy rind ice
cream. Johnston Brothers. 514 Least
William. fri-sun-wed
FRAME them 110ow--your Fraternity
pictures and shingles. Ann Arbor's
only professional picturIe framer.
306 S. State St I'li ners.
NOTICE-Hear the new Orthoponic
Victor Recortd of "Itna Little Bit
Fonder of You." By Warrings
Pennsylv'anians, at Schaeberle &
Son Music House, 110 So. Main. tf

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"I'm the 'phone :girl de looks at the Ritz Hlotel-
Som-mi-me tavern ! Just get a flash at these gowns
-and the gold-diggers inside 'ern . . . Rolls-t
Royce, dad'dies?--Plenty of 'em! But I'd rather/
be an Orphan, thanks . . . unless I can find a
real NICE millionaire- C'mon over and help me
look for him!"
Also an Especially Adapted Comedy for
"Orchids and Ermine"
7 ;, i HAL ROACH PRSZniT8
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Helene Chadwick
Bruntte Z ? tOther 'r dltabb'
w, Jtrth /ME FiNaY~~ON -(tfiy~t3 l t_ ,,. E~,, xvents
III / ITOPICAL
'OAMETSi
Spuce, Wit ea it IWisd4J m
TODAY'S NEWS
- - The Mutsical Synop)ss ntlet

1 FOR VENT
FORL RENT-Nice two room suite
with hot acrdl cold water. 11/2~ blocks
fromi Engineering. Call 5833.
123-124-125
FOR RENT-Suite, second floor. De-
sit-able location. 429 S. Division.
I ~123-124-125
FOR RENT---Pleasant, sunny room
for graduate women students, two
blocks from campus. Phone 8006.
120-121-122-123
F"OR RENT-Three adjoining rooms,
p~rivate bath and" balcony. May be
used for light housekeepipg if de-
sired. 933 Forest Ave. 121-122-123
FORv RENT-Large, beautiful room
on ground floor, private family.
Phone 7595. Corner Kingsley and
D~etroit St. 121-122-123
- LO0ST
LOST-Log-log slide rule with name
on it. Please. Frank Albright.
Dial 8368. 123
NOTICE
GIBSON MANDOLIN
jJust two left to sell at $27.50. Reg-
ttlar price, $45.00. A fine buying op-
portunity to a musician knowing
Gibson standard.j
Uiniversity Music House. t1
Damon-
"Hey, therelI Aren't you a friend
of mine?"
Pythias-
"I certainly am. I'd do anything

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$345.

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The very one you want is here.

Talk to Mr. Gauss.

Phone 4229.

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