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~'RIDAYJ JUNE 27, 1924 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

Indiana "Boss" Has Conference
With National Committee Chief

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CLOSES I
£13 P.M. 1

ADVERTI SING

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TYPEWRITING .

LOST
LOST - Gold, engraved Eversharp
pencil; initials H. M. R, on barrel.
Lost the evening 'of June 5 at the
Library or Union Reading room.
Please call Rockwell, 960 or 3104.
Subscribe for The Summer Mich-
igan Daily.-Adv.
A STUDEi~NT receipt, on State St.
Name Frank Townsend, Please
call 2684-M.
MIDDLE sizedI Angora cat, gray with
tan markings. Reward. Phone
1744-J. 809 E. Washington.
LOST-Fountain pen with name
"Martha McCollum" engraved.
Call 1813-W-.
BROWN hand tooled purse, Tuesday
evening. Finder call 1 801-R-.
STATIONERY
ODDS AND ENDS SALEy OF
Correspondence Stationery
SAVE ONE-THIRD
Until July First
0. D. MORRILL
The Typewriter and Staionery Store
FOB RENT
PRIVATE Guest House. Lake Straw-
berry, Lakeland, Michigan. Open
June 21-Sept. 1. Write for terms.
B. R. DeWitt, Ypsilanti or Lakeland,
Mich.
vFOR RENT-~Nice Suite for Ladies
in Hill Auditorium block, north of
campus. Price reasonable. 210 5.
Ingalls.
GARAGE for lRent-1026 Lincolig ave.
Call 2283-W between 6 and 8 p. m.
FOR R ENT--Suite and single room.
311 Thompson. Plenty of hot wvat-
er.
FOR SALE
WE ACCEPT used typewriters as
part payment on Remington Port-
ables. Black, 604 E. Madison. 1809.
NOTICE

1'UISI4J
CHORDING on the uke and guitar.
Also steel playing. Lessons given
by C. N. Tavares, Hawaiian music-
ian, well known on campus. Call
2908-M.
Watch RepaIring
FJNEiST Watch Repairing in the city.
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.

TYPEWRITERS SWIM at the "Y" Pool during ti
of all makes jsummer months. Senior membe
Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged ship, 3 months, $3.50.
0. D. lIORRIL
17 Nickels' Arcade C AR R IC K
The yperitr aStatoney SorePop. Mat. Tues. Thu rs. & Sat 25c & 50c
Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith Nights 35c - 50c - 75c and $1.00
sth Week THE 15th Season
WANTED B on stelo
COMPANY
MAH-JONGQ lessons. Miss Allen. 'W A IE
Phone 2406. NEXTMONDAY-"SECRETS"
-~ !~!Tt f

I Sumn

~er

NOW PLAYING
1icinnethi Larhtin and Alice Lake
in
"I AM THlE LAW"
"Our Gang" in "IDogs of War"

Hours

Sund*ay Turn Wednesdaiy
By Emerson Iloigh, autho
"The Covered Wagon"
"Site Supes to Conquer"
by II. C. Witwer

of

are

Coining
"THlE ARIZONA EXPRESS"

Shorter

Tom Taggart Aleft) and Cordell huLil, snapped at tihe Democratic conven-
tion In New York
Tom Taggart and Cordell Hull were talking about something besides the
weather, when this was snapped at the Democratic convention in New
York, you can bet. Taggart is Democratic organization boss in Indiana,
one of the two most formidable state "bosses" in the party, and Cordell
Hull is chairman of the national committee.

OPORTU ITY TO IIV
Students of the Summer session will
be permitted to visit the University
observatory in groups of 50 persons
each, on the nights of July 9, 10 and
11, and will be allowed to view the
moon through the large telescope.
The privilege is one that Is not ordin-
arily granted, since the observatory is
customarily reserved for those in the
astronomy courses.
The groups of students will be tak-
en to the building from 8:15 to 9 o'-
clock, 9:15 to 10:15 o'clock and 10:15
to 11 o'cloa'k on each of the three
evenings, A limited supply of tickets
for the visits will be available at the
Summer session office after June 30
and will be given out to students pre-
senting their treasurer's receipt-.

Beginning with Ju ne
29, our store w ill b e
closed Sunday after -
noons fromn
1:30 to 4:30 P. M.
We are placing this
notice that our friends
mlay not be annoyed
by calling during these
hours.

AT THE THEATERS

Screen-Today
Majestic- "The Bedroom Win-
dow"; Aesop Fables; Cartoon;
Comedy and News.
Orpheum- Kenneth McDonald
"In 1-igh Gear"; James Fen-
imore Cooper's "Leatherstock-
lng."
Wuerth- Kenneth Harlan and
Alice Lake in "I Am the Law";
"Our Gang" in "Dogs of
War."

U

Stage-ThIs week
Garrick, Detroit -"What
Wife"; Bonstelle Company.

A

SPECIAL summer rates
Three months Senior
$3.50. All privileges.

at the ''Y.''
membership,

Whit Duck
Bleached
and
Unbieached Linen
$3 to $6
LUTZ
CLOTHING STORE
(DOWNTOWN)

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G. Claude Drake
Drug and Prescription
Store
Cor. North Univ. Ave.
and State St.
Phone 308
"'The Quary

SUNDAY

TYPEWRITERS
of standard makes
Bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned and repaired
FOUNTAIN PENS
Conklin, Waterman, Parker,
Sheaffer, LeBouf, etc.,
$2.00 up.
GREETING CARDS for all oc-
casions. Mottoes
LEATHER GOODS, tourist writ-
ing cases, travelling cases, bill
folds, etc.

TYPEWRITING AND
MIMEOCR APHINO
promptlyq and neatly done. Any-
thing from a letter to a book.
CORRESPONDENCE
STATIONERY
Special sale of plain, Michigan,
novelty until July 1st.
CORONA, -REMINGTPON and
UNDERWOOD Portable Type-
writers.

"CythoreaMay lv
?AakwlznMacGio; RicardoCorte,
Gei FaceL Ethe
The startling picture from the famous
novel by Joseph Hergesheimer.

0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickel's Arcade
The 'Typewriter and Statisonery Store

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lb

L ICUHTY'S
CAR, TIRE and TUBE
REPAIRING
WE HANDLE
tBOYCE-4T"

0What a difference
just a few~ cents make FATI

All summer long you will be
able to enjoy the wholesome
food and restful quiet
at
TUTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
338 MaynardhoSt. South of Maj

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Student Work a Specialty

523 E. Liberty at Maynard

1 block oft State

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