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MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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MONDAYJUNE 14 1926 TE SUMME MICHIGN DAIL

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200 ENGINEERS PLAN
ACCIDENT 'RATE CUTI
Cutting down the accident rate in
American industry is the object of
more than 200 engineers under the
direction of another committee headed

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ooth Fellowship
Award Features
Architect Exhibit

The design of Leroy E. Kiefer, Grad,
which won the George W. Booth Trav-
eling Fellowship in architecture, fea-
tures the annual exhibition of the Col-

'OFFER STUDENTS
FOR SOCIA
Seniors and graduate st
ning to work in New Yoi
are offered the opportun:
in a residence club whe
men and women will b
chance for practical soci,

by A. W. Beresford of Detroit. The' leg of Architecture in the west gal-
wor ofthecomitee as iscsse ilery of Alumni Memorial hall. The
worto the etigommteAdiiscussied Booth fellowship, providing a year's
at te metig o th Adinitraivetravel abroad, is awarded on the pre-
boar of he Aericn Enineeingseiitation of an original design on cer-
councilĀ° last week in Detroit. taini specifications. This year the con-
Dean Dexter S. Kimball of Cornell ' test specifications called for a com-
university explains the purposes ofinmunity center with a convention hall.
the survey. "Ten thousand industrial ',edsgswih idfrscn
plants will be investigated to get at; place and others submitted are includ-
the bottom of the whole problem of ed in the exhibit.
accident prevention. Two phases of~ ag variety of other work in
the situation will he studied. First, AlreIacietr hsnb h ntutr
the aciden rateandexprcincrae as the best work throughout the year,
will be measured from the eprec makes up the exhibition. The concep-
records of plants over as long as per- tions are modern and cover a series of
iods as records will permit, and the plems1JC~ such as religious and com-
trend of accidents and production will mnunity centers, clubhouses, hotels, etc.
be studied and compared for individ- with complete plans and in sonme cases
ual plants, groups of plants and for even models. In addition to the de-
tach industry as a whole, sign work there are numerous ex-
The second part of the problem will amples of work in drawing and color,
be a study to determine exactly what1 while the class in clay-modelling con-
takes place when industrial accidents tributes several bronzes and plaster
occur and to measure the curtailment( conceptions. The exhibition will be
of production due to accidents." open to visitors through Monday.
In investigating the wastes in Indus-____________
try Dean Kimball reports "the engin-.
eers have found hat 23,000 fatal acci- XA nnoune Marriage
dents occurred in all the industries of
the United States each year. In add!-j Marriage of Doris M. Gladden, '26,
tion to this figure it is estimated that to George if , IHarrington, '26, was an-
there are about 575,000 non-fatal acci-j nounced Saturday morning, at the
dents causing four weeks or more dis- Sen ior' Girls' breakfast. Miss Gladden
ability and about 3,000,000 accidents in is a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority
all causing at least one day's disabil- land Mr. Harrington of Sigma Chi fra-
tty. e ternity.
You, Who Are About t
to Graduae
Preserve Your Class Pictures
and Diplomas

bflgWb [ behe group living in the house; will Classified Ads
outside Business hours that will bo of ofP0
g ~u ~interest and experimneti ;lv alu e. 1A~ )5
U LHI Ei fher secular or religious so- ial .to- N to t;.or Prin'ch in I h
vice will be available. Others wiill be I uy s camp in northiern Michigan. ('a lljl a
tudents plan- givren the opportunity to co-operate 6154 after 6 p. in. 2_3
irk next year with trade unions or political organi-? 21
it fliving nations. 'there will b)e no (lelomina- COLLEG~E STITDE\TS
pity oftional restrictions for membership. $75x.00 weekly easily earned, during! OR
ere bout30 Inquiries should be addressed to! your summer vacation, representing1 an
e given the Miss E. orne, 157 Montague street, !a. reputable credit jeweler in De-1 Al
ial service. Brooklyn, N. Y. trait. Salesmranship principle re-# Ph
quil'elnent. We can teagh you how I_
- Write or call "CONHETM'S", 226 FI
State Street, Detroit. 1 _2-3. b)Ilpri
NOTICE tin
NOTI('E-Sumiuer work for teacher;
EaAf.O DAN CL UTOoradvanced student; valuable ex-?
Pierienice; splendidi opportunity. Ap- A
ply mornings 9-11, Room. 3, 1201 in
&V% * 9T14 !INorth 4th Street. Ask for Mr. Go:
11L IM M U~l evtier. 1-2-3. 1Mi

FOR RENT
R RENT--Furnished apartment for
ummer. 3 rooms, quiet and modern,
ot water, new furnishings. Occu-
ants all university members. In-
uire Ellis, 315 N. Thayer. Phone
1824. 2-3.
It RENT-A large suite, a double
ad a single room at summer prices.
s8o a garage. 425 So. Division,
ione. 22352. 3
I RENT-At 311 Thompson, two
lcks from campus, reasonably
iced rooms. Hot water all the
me. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
WA: TED
NTED--Lary student for position
title and trust business. Address
i3 Industrial Bank Building, Flint
chigan. tf.

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EIGHT OF DIAOD
At the University's Favorite
Pavilion
Every Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday Nights
WH 1IMORikE LAK~E

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Framed and mounted by an expert,
they will last indefinitely,
Diplomas Insured Within Our Shop.
Shipped insured to any address C. 0. D.
Leave them with us after Commencement,
FRAKING.
1[N) :*outh State Street
(Deer }-Idler's jewelry lucre)

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Asiov see tor exquiitefor tin.
lngift o e s cntinnnew
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11:30-1:30 5:00-7:3U
4r FOUNTlAIN SERVICE
AFTERNOON TEA
600 E. Liberty St. Phone 9215
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order
can iev
L ~Parcel{ Post Mailing Service.
P i 7 15 N. University Placeiy
C'ELJ 3ANIJ DETRLOIT

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DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION
STORE
PHONE 7611

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CORNER SOUTH STATE AND NORTH
UNIVERSITY AVENUEZ

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Right off the Icep
With a drink
so good 'tis folly
to be thirsty
IT HAD TO BE GOOD TO GET WHERE IT IS 7 MILLION4 ADAY

} DE LUXE ICE CREAM
--When Friends Drop In1
H4 ERE"S a treat that is always sure to please'~
L.one's friends. De Luxe Ice Cream dt> 0
I ~lights the discriminating guest -- so
f smooth, so rich and flavorful, It wins instant
favor withi lovers of fine ice cream. This
I triumrph of ice cream quality is factory packed
in pin~t cartons in order to carefully protect its
perfect texture and delicate flavors. When alr rpi utphn ordae o
k '" .De Luxe Vanilla, De Luxe Chocolate or De
Luke Diced Pineapple,
Ask nn
Arctic Dairy Products Company :a
MICHTIGAN

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J Sponsoring
the ZVest
I! 1 ?Toinwee the (;emrands of the
smnar. womeii in this city for
)1 vLat_ is best in the mode,'
Slack's store keeps in con-
:,at cmel withiithep style

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Iwnu nd New York.
It is is cause she kcnows
Mack's store to be a correct
source of fashion informa-
tion that the discriminating
woman prefers to shop here.

Lace Mlerits Its Praise
The vay Best of fashion dlesigners employ lace in
soave of their most exquisite creations. It may be
.a frock of all lace, graceruily p)osed over a colored
slip, it may he a hat. of lace, or~ lace in combination
wvith tafteta or cliffon. Replicas of these delightful
Yiiodts are on display here for your own selection.

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