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June 24, 1925 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1925-06-24

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D-TO RENT

jTY GOLF CLUB
ier'- membership
only $15.00-

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for girls at 905 Church
38.
NT- Rooms- Best in A
one block from campus. 4
mly-for men or women gra
,udents. Piano, private bat
ousekeeping privileges if d
reasonable. Phone 22151
T Laundring wanted. Pho
furnished suite and doub
$2.50 each. Also one lar
room, $2.00 each. Two bloc
he Union, 555 S. Divisio
of Packard.

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ESIRABLE apartment f
four. Cheap rate. Inqui
y, near Cor. State and Pac
VERSITY GOLF CLUB
summer membership no
mber only $15.00.

3LEAN
room
204 N.

suite and double
in a quiet neighbo
Ingalls. Phone 2129

HURON St.-Furnished igh
,eeping rooms. Dial 734
va T. Swezey.
)MPSON ST.- Single room
>men. Dial 5259. Ralph7
THAYER St. - Furnish
cent. Dial 7013. Ralph7
Y.
THOMPSONTwo blocks fro
s. Rooms, clean and coo
ater all the time.
WANTED
N in physicians office. Hou
-5. Stenography and typ
desirable but not necessar
ting give telephone numbe
olf till school starts in th
$15.00. University Golf Clu
ate Street.
D-Young man as real esta
nanager on commission bas
ust have had some sales es
ce. Also salesmen for sub
n work during the summe
nces required. For partic
squire Robert D. Heitsch
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COOL, DELIGHTFUL LUNCHES

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Visit Detroit This Summer
And Enjoy a Real Vacation
Put-In-Bay in Lake Erie
The most Ricturesque and delightful Summer pleasue Island near
Detroit. Every sport that pleases: Bathing, dancing, sailing; explore
the mysterious caves; see Perry's battle monument, picnic groves,
athletic fields. Numerous fine hotels and cottages cater to Summer
visitors and at reasonable prices. Stay a day or a week and enjoy
yourself, forget your troubles and renew your health.
This beautiful island pla ground is reached only by the palatial and speedy d y
excursion steamer PUT-IN-BAY. One great deck devoted to dancing and music,
restful cabins and breeze-swept open decks.
Steamer PUT-IN-BAY gives excursions daily from Detroit to Put-In-Bay Island
at 9 a. in. from the wharf at the foot of First Street. Four hours crowded with
pleasure at the island, and arrive back in Detroit at 8 p. in. Fare for the round
trip 80 cents week days; Sundays and Holidays, $1.25.
Cedar Point and Sandusky, Ohio
After leaving Put-In-Bay Island the steamer sails on through the narrow chan-
nels among the delightful Lake Erie Islands to Sandusky and Cedar Point, Ohio.
Cedar Point. Just across the bay from Sandusky, is known as the Atlantic City of
the West. With its huge hotels, electric park, magnificent bathing beach and
board walk it is easily the Queen of the Great Lakes Summer resorts,
On Fridays, after July 4, steamner Put-In-Bay givesa special excursion to Cedar
Point, allowin four ours at the wonderful resort, and reaching Detroit at
10:30P. in.
Dancing Moonlights Write for Map Folder
Leaves DDetroit 8:45 p. mn.Asly& D ti
rave yeaAshley & Dustin
Fare, Wed., Thurs. 60c. Sat.,
Sun. and olidays, 75c. Steamer Line
Foot of First Street
Detroit, Mich.

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Regular Retail. Prices

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Large overstock
of high grade Box
Correspondence

Stationery
including

Plain, Michigan,
Fraternity and

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'5.00. University Golf -Club

The Blue Lantei

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room
. 816

MEALS
few vacancies in ou
. Best cook on th
6 Tappan. Call 3018.

LOST
pocket book containing
in change... Call 9878.

Island Lake

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.MMA DELTA fraternity pi
on back, F. Mueller. Finde
dial 6225 and ask for Ton
rland, 1510 Cambridge Roa
s.

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Sorority die
embossed.

Gift

Leather Goods

Novelties

Fountain

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WOMEN'S NOTICE

r . communications asking
he location of women stu-
if they cannot be answer-
the house where they are
should be referred im-
tely to the office of the
of women.
RGARET BUFFINGTON,
ant to the Dean of Women.

To Jean Goldkette's

"Breeze Blowe

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DR,

ORRILL

17 Nickels Arcade

DONT MISS

look at

This

The Stationery And Typewriter Store
Open Evenings

es Darwin's origin of
s and fossils and miss-
ik stuff is a lot of bunk
unk and don't you for-
, while evolution is a
mental fact.
'ou get a building
ad I'll prove what
I say.

Thursday, June 25 Friday, 26th
Special Engagement Balloon
Orange Blossom Dance
Orchestra Novelties and Favors

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Regular

dancing--Sunday Matinee and every
excepting Monday and Tuesday

hight
DCOcs

If you write
we, have it

)M LOVELL
tenant Colonel of
Archery

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