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C-MELODY saxophone. Silver plated5.
few' weeks ago. Save $45. 811 .E.
Huo,22143. John A wt. - H1tI
FORD TOURING for" sale cheap. 1923 = Free Picnic, Parking Grou
Moe.Call -Hagen, Dior 6578.
SANDWICHIES AND
WANTED This department and
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ands and Baseball Diamond
FOUNTAIN SERVICE
der new. management.
zpection at all. times.

iz., June 29.-{By A.P.)-!
Bonita, in northwestern
is described by Dr. Neil
curator of Southwestern
for the National Museum
.on, as the largest pre-
Lrtment house on the
can continent.
LS of the pueblo may lead
rery of a prehistoric race'
nown, Dr. Judd believes.'
e form of pottery, relics,,
d hierloglyphic inscrip-t
petted to lead to archael-
tlons of the first magni-
a contains evidences of
pursuits of the race
tists believe, inhabited it
years ago. It covers an
;le more than three acres.
of the pueblo are stand-
Judd thinks there may
fifth.
,esearch into the cave
southern New Mexico
tied the possibility that
cavern, one of the larg-
'ormation caves in the
was the meeting place
of the vicinity. El1erlo-
tunlike Chinese charac-
i)und on the smooth sur-
bluffs a~nd in the caves.'

FOR RENT
801 E. HURON St.-Furnished light-
housekeeping rooms. Dial 7345.
Mrs. Eva T. Swezey.
509 THOMPSON ST.- Single rooms,
ffor women. ..Dial 5259. Ralph T.
Swezey.
315 No. THAYER St.. Furnished
apartment. Dial 7013. Ralph T.
Swezey._
FOR RENT-Rooms: single, double
and suites. Also garage. Dial
8544. 422 El Washington.
Subscribe for tihe Summer Daily.

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LOST-An Elgin wrist watch, gold
ribbon band. Reward-. Call 8443.
LOST-Gold Wall Eversharp Pen on
SEast University between Tappan
and South University. Finder
please return to 1020 South Univer-
sity and receive reward.
NOTICE
WALLY'S Light Trucking and Deliv-
ering,, Three times weekly 'be-
tween Detroit, Jackson and Inter-
mediate points. Phone 4718.
Subscribe for the Summer Daily.

Ftlench. Inquire. Room 2, U-Hail.
Hamburg, Germany, June 29.-(By
A.P.)-Everett Haynes, the American
jockey, today rode Roland'to victory
in. the German derby. Roland made
2,600 meters in 2 minutes, 32 2-5 sec-
onds, record time for the race.

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Minced. Egg Sandwich
Head Lettuce
Potato -Salad
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you to consult us, before making a
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rimer Michigan Daily
members of its staff
toyable way of spend-
s time' and practical
in journalism. A. few-
and women are need-
*th the editorial and'
taffs. All persons who
sted are requested tot
ie Daily offices, res
Maynard street, any
this weel~.

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For Cottage, Porch, Lawn or Touring-Folding Cots, $175; Stools
65c, Tables, Air 1Vlatresses, Sleeping Bags, Navy . Hammocks, Stoves,
Grills, Axes, Luggage Racks, Folding Buckets, Blankets----iil fact, evei --
thing for camp or touring.
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Knickers for lpdies and men. Light weight Shirts, in Khaki, Poplin, Broad'
cloth, Flannels, etc., for dress or outing rear. Underwear, all mods for.
your comfort these warm'-days. -
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Side by side in your pocket, Eversharp and Wahl
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Durability and dependability are commonrqualities
of these economical, practical writing companions.
The non-clogging rifled tip, quick reloading, and
complete interchangeability, of parts are among-the
six new features which make the perf ec ed .Eversharp.
And the Wahl all=metal Pen is at par with Ever.
sharp in giving thorough' satisfaction. Light in
weight, perfect : in balance, resistant to, *car, and
beautiful in design-it is the ideal pen,
Eversharp, $ to $45. Wahl Pen, $5 to $55.
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