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THE MICHICAN

DA ILY

PAGPE SEWEN

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FYU of big stars. Captain Garnet Ault,
FO TY-FOUR a regular fish in water, is the big
MEN WILL LEAVE star to depart.
(Continued From Page 6)
Benson who won hi's letter in cross4
country will be the only loss whilei DAN CING I
Coach Clifford Keen will see sev-

ARTIA S IINE
k.,oADVERTISING

Open Evenings and
514 East Washin
HEMSTITCHING
edge, gold and
work. Dial 9714.
Machine Co., 205

NOTICE

DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION
HOME

Sunday A. M. HEMSTITCHING, Altering and Re-
igton Street pairing neatly done. Miss Lyn-
don, 210 S. Ingalls. C
silver thread tAND-Washed and screened sanc
White Sewing and gravel; all sizes. Immediatt
Whi ng delivery.
E. Washington. KILLIN'S GRAVEL CO.
Tel. 7075, 7112, or 21014. C)
t Home!
quipment
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TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fai
ratts. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9067
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TYPING: Evenings. Reasonable
rates-all kinds of work by ex-
--enced typist. 8:30-5:00 Dial
7116.
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eral of his stars depart from the
wrestling team. Captain Robert
Hewitt of Hazel Park, Big Ten 128-
pound champ, Otto Kelly of Mid-
land, 158-pound champion and;
Parker who holds the 168-pound'
title are graduating while Al
Steinke the heavyweight title hold"-
er will be ineligible for further cerm
petition due to attendance at an-
other college. Joe Woodard o'
Owosso who wrestled in the °145-i'
pound class will be among the black I
gowned seniors on Commencement
Day.
Swimming will also lose a galaxy

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at the
ARMORY

Every
WED. AND SAT. KITE
Hot Music By
BEN'S
BLUE BLOWERS

Dodge Sedan . ..............$75.001
Studebaker Coupe..........65.00
Touring, only 6,000 miles.... 95.00
Dodge Coupe.............. 95.00
Buick Touring.............75.00
R. H. ALBER
WANTED-Companion experienc-
ed in traveling and camping for
a 10 weeks motor trip through
California and Arizona. Would
have to share living expenses
only. Call 7676. Dr. Mosauer.
LOST-Phi Gamma Delta frater-
nity badge, name on back. Calli
6017.1

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Scarts,"its";d $1.W00l
Nneckwear 55c

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SUITS

OVERCOATS,

$12.50
Former

$16.50

$7.50

$10.50

TOPCOATS
Formerly $45 to $60

If you still think your barefoot days were your
happiest days you haven't worn Friendly Five
Shoes. Try them, Sir!

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And in addition to their barefoot com-
fort is the style leadership characteristic
of Friendly Fives. Mentionable, too-
their friendly price of five dollars will
leave money in your pocket for other
things.'

Values of

$16.50

$55 and $75

Formerly $55 to $85

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FRIENDLY FIVE

STONE SILLS AND ENTRANCES
For the Home, Fraternity, and
$orority.
JOSEPH L. ARNET
208 W. HURON ST.
THE MONROE caters to instructors
and married graduate students.
No children. One block from
campus. Al residence section;
apartments one, two, and three
rooms; very nicely furnished,
Fridgidaire, private bath. Selec-
tion is. good now for next school
year. Reduced prices for full
year. Summer prices one third
less. For appointment call at
721 Church or phone 22839.
FOR RENT
FOR REr-Six room house on
Onondaga St. Fine location. Call
2-1218.
FOR RENT-Six room furnished
home near campus. Teachers
preferred. 702 Tappan. 45
FOR RENT-Two room furnished
apartment $35 for summer or
school year. Rooms on third floor
$2.50. Near Ferry Field. Dial
5863.
SIX ROOM upper brick duplex
with sunroom, study and brick
garage. Completely furnished.
free with shower, frigidaire. $60
a month. Available Sept. 1 for
one year. 1118 Woodlawn. Phone
22962. 45
FOR RENT-905 Forest Ave. De-
sirable apartment. Rent $50.
Available Sept. 1. Phone 6137.
45
4 ROOM completely furnished
apartment for summer or year.
Electric refrigerator, e 1 e c t r i c
washer. Phone 3403 or 9230.
345
FOR RENT-6 room house in south
east section. Beautifully fur-
nished. Available for the sum-
mer months. Reasonable. Phone
6776. 2345
FOP RENT-Completely furnished
apartment for young couple or
two girls. Large double for two
girls. Shower, garage. Dial 9714.
422 E. Washington. 2345
FOR 'RENT-Single room or suite
for students or business men.
Between campus and down town.
425 S. Division. Dial 22352.
612345
FOR RENT-Small, east apart-
ment, porch, suitable for one or
two. Price, one $30, two $38.
513 E. Jefferson.
FOR RENT-2 three room modern-
ly furnished apts. Call 4632 day
or 23446 evenings. 5
RENTALS
APARTMENTS
BROOKLYN AVE.-3 rooms and
bath, $55.
4 ROOMS-And bath, beautifuuly
furnished, $85.
NO. DIVISION - Furnished apt.,
summer months, very nice, $75.
HOUSES
SOUTHEAST SECTION-6 room
house, garage, $75.
BURNS PARK-(Near), 6 rooms,
garage, extra lavatory, $100.
SHADFORD RD.-Six rooms, lava-
tory, 2 car garage, $90.
BERKSHIRE - Seven room, sun
parlor, garage, $85.
CALL-Mrs. McHenry with-
F. A. SERGEANT CO.
Office 2-3259 Eve. 9800-22225
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-1926 Word Coach. Good
condition. Phone 562.
TENOR BANJO; like new, $20.
Also 31x4Y4 Kodak for $20 that
cost $60. Phone 3236.
FOR SALE-Fine store suitable for
a fraternity house, sorority house

or restaurant. Tea Cup Inn, 330
Maynard. Phone 7864. 45
'FOR SALE-Cadillac sedan-per-
fect running condition; good
tires; good buy for $100. Dial
4933. 413 E. Kingsley. 345
FOR SALE-Law library, many new
and recent volumes included.
Itemized list furnished upon re-
quest. Box 137. 456
WANrIED
WANTED - Woman student in
sumer session to work for room
and board. Phone 5602. 45
WANTED-Good cook wants posi-
tion for next year in fraternity
or sorority. Phone 2-2097. 5
WANTED-Situation by colored
cook. Experienced, city refer-
ences. Phone 23433. George
Brown, 711 North 4th Ave.
WANTED-Fifty college men in-
terested in making good money
for summer employment. Call
J. E. Littell, 6717. SAE House. 1
PERSONAL

$5,00

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LinoshitAfl& Co.

STORE OPEN UNTIL TEN IN
THE EVENINGS

State Street

Over Calkins

209 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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FRESH ROLLS FOR PARTIES
?ackard Street Phone 9605

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TRY H-OAGLIN'S BETTER PIES
A DELICIOUS CRUST
AN APPETIZING FILLING
PURE EGG MERINGUE
A PIE YOU'LL BE PROUD TO SERVE YOUR FRIENDS
111 Miller Avenue Phone 5501

JUST TRY THIS

TASTY

TWO-LAYER BRICK OF
ICE CREAM-IT'S GREAT!

OUR MEATS
Are Always the
BEST QUALITY
LIBERTY'
MARKET
Phone 4312
118 W. Liberty St.
Fresh Dressed Fowl
4c

PATRONIZE.
YOUR
NEIGHBOR HOOD
GROCER
See this page each
Saturday

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CORNWELL COAL COKE

Scranton, Pocahontas
Kentucky and West Virginia Goal
Solvay and Gas Coke

Vanilla

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Pudding

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All the goodness of fine-flavored Ann Arbor
Dairy icc cream will be found in tis spccial
brick for the week-end.
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FRESH MEATS
FRUITS

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roilers
45ctb

This business has been growing ever
since it was established. The secret-
"giving absolute satisfaction to our
customers." We believe it pays to do
business in a friendly way. If you
think so too.,let's get together.

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VEGETABLES *

PARTY wishing to go to Indian-
apolis or nearby, this coming
week-end, will share expenses
with anyone with auto going to
that destination. Inquire for
G. W. Butler, printing dept.,

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