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-~TUESDAY, -MAY i14,11020

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PYLE'S BUNIONEERS NEAR
GOAL IN LONG RACE
('By dAssociated Cress)
MINERAL WELLS, Tex., May 13.
--C. 0. Pyle's bunion boys today
had 55 miles to cover to reach
Breckenridge, the next control
point on the cross-country race.
Giusto Umrrek, of Italy,. third in
elapsed time, won yesterday's 53-1
mile lap from Forth WNorth.

TO IJSTN ..AUAI6
Choolse ]from 45 creI dityi e rLding ou ;1~'i1 the ,ocial Sciecet tsthe'Lcanguages,
theN atural Sciences, Mathemnatics, Education arnd Theological subjects.
"Turn spare~ time to account. For detaied circular addlre~s
~th~J~iv ~* t I.~j, . ~ t ~h i ~y ~for 37 yevA~u

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CLASSIFIET
C/ ADVERTISING JD

SAND and GRAVEL. Washed and
dry screened. Telephone 7112,
Killins Gravrel Company. C'

WE ARE taking the contracts now)
for renovating mattresses and p11-I

jMACK TUTORING AGENCY
jTommie Mack; A.B.,' Directo r
310 S State Phone 7927+

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Part of Your Service
In addition to the electric current the
customer buys, he is entitled to satisfac-
tory service froni his electric lighting,
his vacuun cleaner, his electric cooking
jopphces, and All of hi electrical house-
hold gervantq: Customers should know
that (without extra charge) they May ex-
change olcf lamps for new (usual house-
hold sizes), small l amps for larger sizes,
defective appliance cords for cords in
good repair, fuse retewals and trouble
ser&iee (day or night), repairs to ap-
pliances (no labor charge), and light-
ing counsel for effctive illumination,
THE
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lows uuring summiier vaclonL~.FO E1t-
Reduced prices for large order.FRRN
T. S COLIN {FOR RENT-Apartment. Call 5800i
Phone_____ 6652_____ C__ 35_ or evenings, 6858. C
NOTICE
' WE BUY USED CLOTHING FOR SALE
235IEWas nonMIne41 FOR SALE-Conn Eb Alto Saxo-
215 . Wshinton Phoe 410fphone. Silver with gold bell. In.
134 c good conditioP. $50 cash. Te'le-
NOTICE-We have a large selection1 phone Mr. Oarr', 6017. 123
of Greeting Cards and Mottoes FOR SALE-36-foot Carlton canoe'.
Francisco-Boyce, 719 N. Univ. 13c New paint job; A-i condition.
FACULTY member and wife would; Call Muller at 8632,.6

like moderate sized single or twoI
family house September first.,
Address Pox 54, Michigan Daily.1
4611
TYPEWRITING and MIMEO- y
GRAPHINGI
College work a specialty since 1908.
0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
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WITH ICASH CARD-?. DIAL 3916,
MOE LAUNDRY, 204 N. MAIN. c
PRINTING and ENGRAVING
Good work takes timhe. Invitations,
Announcements, Calling Cards
should he ordered at once to avoid
the last minute rush. Social work
a specialty.
0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
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NOTICE-Beautiful spring line o2
Axminister and' Wilton rugs.
Koch & Hlenne. c
PERSONAL ATTENTION LIKE
Ht OME AT A SAVING OF 10%
TYPING -~Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff, Dial 9387. I
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TYPEWRITERS J
All makes of portable and large
m achin e3, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired.. Large assort-
ment and best service. 0. D. Mor-
rill, 17 Nickels Arcade. C

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I LOST
jLOSTPair of shelled rim glasses
in soft leather case. Finder Call
3859. Miss Osborne. 123
WXANTED_
WANTED-A Sousapho ae BB. Price
must be right. Calf 223 96, be-
tween 6 and 9 p. m. 551
SAXOPHONE--Will trade good alto
for tenor. 9853 at noon. tf
THE GREAT ATLANgTIC
&PACIFIC
We ofler exceptional oppor-
departments of our organizaion,
tunities tcy June graduates in all
including sales, office, purchasing,
and operations depts. We prefer
men of outstanding college success
in business administration. Grocery
experience valuable as all canidi-
dates will work in retail stores at
start. Hard work, long hours, good
pay and attractive future to those
who qualify. Address Personnel
SDept. 5470 Hecla Ave., Detroit, for
interview. 16
DIAL 21214
FOR
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DEPARTMENT,

Headwork

Student's of America have overwhvlt(_ ii y f
chosen Sheaer pens and pencils as; their fhoI,'-
A surte performer, always unconditionaljly
guaranteed, free of all repair chargesIefl
Lifetime* pen has been picked as the, choice of
forty-one per cent of Amaeri-ca s leadia8uivr
sities and colle ges. Its dependability en
economy, genuine pleasure and the ability t o
produce easily three clear carbons of l-,tters, nts
etc. And Titan is the perfect pencil coainpanion.
"Lifetime" pen, $8.75 Lady "Lif'etime", $7.50 Odwers lower{
Lifetime,'Titan oversize pencil to mnctch, $4.25
At bietter stores everywhere
W.A.SHEAFFER PEN COMPANY "- I7;ORT f4 aitN,iJOWA
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control Engineer,
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71YO'UNGER COLLEGE 'MEN
ON RECEINT WESTINGHOUSE JOBS

SkiesO'wuh Jci1oIMUerce,
THE air mi p of Amieiica is now its the mat inkgon
the _ tioun Il
.Ten years' ago, L1l I.c wre 21 miles of air m-ail, routes with
two station stops;I to-day, a netwXok of skay roads bridges
the country from the Atlantic to thle Pacific and from
Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.

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Wliere dlo young college men get in a
inadustrial ortganiz tjon? llave
opportunity to exercise crealrve to
Is indlividlial -work rvecognized,
r r r
I rchitctura beauty an
comleenssof accomm,
tions for all classes of buis
and professional activities,
tro its mAgnificent new Fi
Building has been pronou
fully ten years ahead of the ti:

TheFisher Building
lire story tower and the r--story kind
they wings. Iwentv-five elevators are vanct
lent.? installed, all with au tomatic con- inight
I rl which b rimgs each car to a withl(
,t-noth stop ex~actly level with tire s
A in the floor every time. A master 111
oda-- control system~, in addition, en- fans
mess Malr, the chief operator to ad- Iby V
De- vrance or retard speeds from his TI
isher own station and to main tain of tI
riced accur~ate service schedules. sort
mes. Lighting equipment, installed an or
f its under the largest contract of its hand.

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ever placed, is qually atd-
,d. More than i 2,000 West-
louse Sollux units give light
lout glare throughout the en--
structure.
'he pu~mps and venti ating
in the building arce(driven
Westinghouse motors.
e complete electrification,
h~e Fisher Building is the
of a job that must go to
)rganization large enough to
ie it. Westinghouse offers

A majority of the beaconi
lights used in airport and
airway illumination have
been designed and manu-
facturedby the General
T+nti [dm a v y nt

Can you imag'Iine this growth without electricity-without
illuminated airports-without trunk lines studded with
electric beacons?
Men of vision are huLilcdn orce;ivg traffic of the air.
Soon, thdies will. be filled- i hcomece

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