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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAIT.

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THE SUMMPR M.., . 1 21 .iDAt PGETHE

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Offer Research The purposeofteelwsisIth
Fellow~ships To I these subjects through the develop-
P~h.ID. Students me't of athoroughly trained group of
Thie awards will amount to $1,800
Fellowships in the biological sei-r for unmarried fellows and $2,300 for
ences, including zoology, botany, an- married ones: the amount may be in-
thiropology, and psychology, will be"cr eased when there are dependlents or
granted for the year 1926 and 1927 by i othler rmeasonis. The awards are madef
the Rockefeller foundationi, and are t or- one year, but thbe fellowships may
to he administered by a board ap- libe renewed so that one person may
pointed by the National Research hold it for more than that period,
council. T-Ihe fellows for this year will be
The fellowships are to lie granted I chosen at a meeting held simetime
to citizens of both sexes of the U;nit- 1this month.
ed States and Canada who have a Those receiving the award may
Ph.D. degree or its equivalent, and work at any university they please,1
fire intended primarily for recent but no other remunerative work is
graduates and not for those who areE permitted during the peiod of holding
alreadly professionally established,! the fellowship.
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WANTED
WANTED-Law student for position
in title and trust business. AddressI
60,3 Industrial Bank Buiilding, Flint

FOR RENT-- Desirable double rooms,
cool and -nodern, in a quiet neigh=
borhood. Reasonably priced. 928
Forest or Dial 7370. 4-5-6

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W'ANTED-Part time work by a col-
lege student. Two or three hotir-
in the afternoon. Care of children
or house work. Address Box 106,
Daily.5-
WANTED - Washing and ironing-
rough, dry, prepared. Call 22388.

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FOR SALE-TY PT.W4RITERtS, largeI
and portable. ALL, MAKES. Your
own terms. Student salesman. 212
W. Madison. 3912. 4-5-61

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-A complete line of best grade cosmet-
r);Approved by dermatologists.
FA student agency de~sired, liberal pay.
BREWSTER LABORATORIES
11 unilgton, Long Island, N. Y.

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season's loveliest fiabrics developed
less variations of the current oc

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FOR RENT-At 311 Thompson, two4-----
blocks from campus, reasonably
priced rooms. Hot water all the1 LOST
time. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,. 1LOST-Grey }gill fold at Summer ses-
sion rioomi. Name printedl in guild
FOR RENT-No. State, 528---3 room on1rithoe inside. Call School of 83u .
apartment furnished first floor, for; IC o 38Wstu .Da 87
rent for Summer, also garage. Reward. 5-6-7

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Phone 3879. Sarah McCourt. 5
FOR RENT-Large cool rooms $2.00
and $2.50 each. Also light hous,
keeping rooms, 555 So. Division.
Dial 8072. 5

LOST--Pocket lmook and money. Re-
ward. Leo A. Knoll. 110 No. Ingalls.'
Phone 5418.5
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FOR RENT-A large suite suitable for
business p~eople. Single and double;
rooms. Summer pirices. 425 South!
Division. 4-5-6

Kosher Ri
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FOUNT) - Sheaffer's lifetime fountain!
pen. Owner may obtain by identify-
ing and paying for this ad. Call
room, "304 E. Engineering Bl1dg.
Phone, U niv. 204.
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Dial 5969\
.AMPUS
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sale tomorrow -,.t breAth-taking price. I
at ,Jacobson's would on e expect to find
an irresistible combination of Qua,-IitNI
Style, and Price!
A G roup A G03roui
of of
Lovely Coats Smart Froi
Superbly tailored Coats, suitable Chiffon Dresses of lo,
for town and country wear, for and graice, in summer's l
sports and motoring, for every shades; piquant dresses of
summer occasion; handsome twills crepe, made smart by tout
and tweeds, lustrous satins; coats ing-erie, sports frocks of
slim and straight with fluttering suited for wear both in tov
scarf or a swinging cape or with country; frocks of crepe d
circular fullness; lovely coats in- georgette, polka dot cr(
deed and not a one that is not, modes for evening, afterno{
measured by any standard, an urn- street wear; choose today
matchable value at the special the wondrous collection at
Clearance Price.
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Large Machines, B(a .,lt, 5011, Reid
Cleaned and Repaired
0. D. MORRILL
T'he ' ,peir rleriand %Sttinery Store
17 Nicker;Arcadee
Ann Arbor, *Miclilgaui

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*Dining Room =
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YO UR MiD-S UMMER HA T' NEED
NOT COST A GREAT DEAL
A special priced {group of Hats for mid-summer
wear is featured this week in our millinery Salon.
$5.10

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