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April 20, 1927 - Image 9

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ADVERTI

Tigers
Duds at
atnnual

Thu.r 'day, or Friday.
Fred Glover and Addison Connor.
T. H. Goodspeed and John Bergelin.
R. C. Waterbury and RI. Ruston,.
John Glover and Ralph Cole.
I Hgo Krave and Harold Rhiodes.
Ai. A. Ahistromn and J. AV. Iarrisonr.
J. A. MacLean and Merritt de Jong.
James Lewis and George Dollive r.
Joe Morse and Win. 'Wenzell. I
D. C. Curl and Jack M1erriam.
George Spate an~d W. Watling.
MNax Freelhajif and M., Schiller.
George Czaj;a and Allen Owen.
De La VTergne and C. Clarck.
Others who wish to quialif~y should
be at the Ann Arb~or Golf club early F
this afternoon in order that they may!
be paired.
small, none weighing over 175 pounds.
It is the hope of Coach Hoyt that a
number of freshmen weighing around1
200 pounds will turn out for track.

offcially
ague base-
Jill be at-
xreen and
Aroit, one
ieifthe
tart, will'
ner year~s.
ed of all

"DIFFERENT GOLF FOOTGEAR"'
AS ESSENTIAL TO GOOD GOLF
AS

on but two
ajor league

CHICAGO.-The coach of the Mor-
ton high school basketball team, of
Chicago, Ill., states that his team 1
stalled their way to the national title
won in the interscholastic tournaments
held at the University of Chicago.
Patronize Daily Advertisers

SILENCE ON THE GREEN

The Middle-Room ,with Greenwood and Kilgore

ma anmeii.
ast year
land on
565 per-

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If you are a telephone subscriber call JimmieV
the AdTakcr, Dial 21214 and your want ad
will be charged.
The N1ichigan Daily reserves th right to
classify all wants ads under appropriate head-
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable
copy.
This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced-
ing publication. Notice of any error must be
given in time for the second insertion.
CASH RATES ,
Ten cents per eading line (n the basis of
five average words to the line) for one or two
insertions.
Nine cents per rading lie for three or more
insertions.
Cash classifteds teceived at the Daily office
in The Press Building on Maynard Street.
I;QNTRACT RATES
Special standardized rates given on applia-
lion,
LOST
LOST--Grey coin purse containing
about 112, in or near chemistry
building. Reward, Tel. 5610,
141
WA4TEDl
WANTED--One 1927 Student Direct-
,ory.w Dial. 6296. Faust-Kennedy-
Patten, 141-142-43
WANTED-We can employ a number
of freshmen, sophomores and jun..
iors this summer who need funds
for next year's term. Salary and
tuition. Communicate at once with
Ted Hillier. Dial '4818.
141-142143-144-145-146
WANTED STUDENTS to "know that
SAm, pa.ys froW $5i to :$2 for old
suits and overcots,
121 E. ANN DIAL 430
ti
i E'4OR SALE.
FOR SAL-Ford '25 roadster special.
Low, smart appearance, good paint,
wire wheels, balloon tires. Every
accessory. Low price. See it.
Fredericks; .607 South State.
8.141-142-143
Dodge Touring, 1925 Snappy car in
very good condition that looks like
new.
Ford Coupe, 1925. =Full line of extras
and :excellent mechanical condition.
R. H.- AIDER
514 East Washingtoni
Open 'Evenings and Sunday
Tf.
FOR SALE-New Harvard Classics
for~ e than half price. Box 173.
140-141142
FOR SALE-.:1'21 Ford Touring. ,$40.
Call 3283;.t
FOR SALE-Chevrolet 123 touring.
$40.00., Phone 9023 any afternoon
or evening anAd ask for McKee or
Gow.
FOR SALE-Ford roadster 194;
five tires, stater, demountable,
good condition 1617 Washtena ..
Phone 9117. BoyVr or Farquhar.,
TYPEWRI 'F4]RS-AIVJ makes #od,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
tamned anywhere. IR, D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade. A~thorized deal~
er: Phone 6615, L. c. Smith & Co-
Mon Typewiters, Inc. tt

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Trojuowskils Barbe
isfied Students for

TYEWRI TER JABO.NS
CARBONS~
Our rapid turnover insures
stock and you secuare the be
ity at a moderate price. 0.
RILL~, 17 Nickels Arcade,
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith &
Typewriters, Inc.
NOTICE-The zluw IRoyatl
are now on ditplay at Rid(
Shop, 315 State St. A w
machine. You will be in,
Call and see them.
NOTICE-For information coi
the advantages on)e receiv
belonging to the Literary
America, Inc., dial Georg
dail, 2-1737, or write 561 Ch
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Our entire stock of used cai
been put into first class runninj
dition and the prices askedi
many cases much lower tha
value. given. A car for every
and jvery car worth the money.
in, p ck out your car and di
home. We have roadsters, tc
coupes, Tudors, four doors,

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$345.

,ying Buffalo.
ss game for
defeat. Five
vhat was con.

The very one you want
T'alk, to Mr. Gauss.' Phone

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I+OR1D SALES AND SERV:
31.0-320 E~. Huron St.
Been looking for individual
plates? 10~0 for $2.00; 200 fol
300 for $3.00.; 500 for $3.75
2-1737 or write 551 Chrch
an appointment with Ge org
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TENOR JBAN{JOS
SMingerland May Bell instrumentiis
t25 : er cent discount, Just, three
close out at this price.
IUoyersity Music House

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ANN ARBOR CAUPET' Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. daily-t!
TO SEE~ best of;60 lines clothing drop
card top 1103.E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $,2~ to $30. tf

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TENOR GUITAR
Tunes and plays like a banio
uke-sounds like a guitar. Easy
flay. Special price this week. '
University Music House

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to

egrees Superlative in qu;
3 the world-famr
]guy give best service
a longest wear.
dozen ubbe ends pe doz.

lLeague,

3'kozving an extensive assortment
of pae;~ ,colors a~nd fabrics
in ibe G &'K special at $52. 00

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Trackmen
pring Work

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TYP~E WRIING and Ilmeograph.
ing promptly and neatly done
by experienced operators at mod-
erate -rates.. Thesis and college.
work a specialty for 19* years.,'0.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typwriter and Stationery Store. tt
TENOR BANJO
The banjo value of the year. Finest
workmanship, sflashy appearance with
a very brilliant ton% and unusual
volumn. 14-inch oversized resonator.
Special, price, including case, $34.
Easy terms. Tf.
University Music House
NOTICE
SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-.
onable prices, tailored or ready-
made. We have a wonderful vari-
ety of patterns. Repairing also .a
specialty. beautiful fabrics for your
winter .overcoat.
WILD THE TAYLOR
199 E. Washington.

School of Nursi
of YaeUniverse
X1 Profession for the
College Woman
interested in thea modern, scb
agencies of social service.
The twenty-eight months course
viding an intensive and varied e
ence through- the case study mi
leads to the degree of
BACHfELOR OF NURSING.
Present student b~ody includesg
ates o~f leading cleeslp. Twonor

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$1:irts

Hats

Lfter a week's rest. Some
etes remained in town dur-
ication and went through
ice sessions with the Var-
week.
ygood track weather has
and Coach Hoyt has his
y rounding into form for
elegraphic track meet of
Sto be staged during the
in May when the yearling
>will compete with the Uni-
'Wigrnn,in f,,.alImz- rt

Neckweair

Caps
Topcoats

Hosiery

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years of approved college work n
for admission. A few scholarships
able for students with advanced
fications.
The educational facilitiets of Yal
versity are open to qualified st
For catalog and injormation w
The Dean
The SCHOOL of NURSID
YALE LUNIVERSITY
NEW HAVEN CONNEC'

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