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TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1926 I AGI14 ~1HREL

Second Filipino Added To
University's List Of Doctors'

Classified Ads
WANTED

\VANT-Law student for p)osittin
In awarding a Doctor of PhilosophyH),Pilpne rmdalyuoth in title and trust business. Address'
degree to Bernahe Africa at its recent .rohle~ionof lis work here. 603 Industrial Bank Builddiug, Flint!
- Miehigan. tf..
CO"Iliencem)enlt the U3niversity of_____________________________
Michigan added its second native re, j- Plan To Oirganize IWNANTE D- Young and healthy mien
(lentf o0fh hiipnsoislst B n;FrS m e weighing 150 pounds or more to act
d}ctos.At iocto ipe of Sinceisdegree as blood (loners atthe Universityi
Sciece g (c.Hospital, Apply at the House
was a warded Joaquin Mejoradlo Moar- i Undler the direction of Wilfred Wil-' Physician's Office. 1-8-9-10-11-12;
an in 1923 .Mr. Moarran camne to the Ison, ftc nvrst naSumrFIN'_J~v -- _- oo

FOR SALE FOR SALE F' i:
FOR SA1LE- -Ford roadster, excellent FORD COUPE, Early :1925. Fox wlirel F Ol t lxN KT- + 0e, >jvl room andI
coniton 72 akan Ae.1)al lock, speedomieter aind bumper c ni- (double roam.i, )nr s-Iuow u, teach-
7807. 8-9-10: plete. $160 cash. Phone 21st . (1, or uins cp. Very rcas-
---iCall i~etween 5 o'clock and 7:'10Ol. 42o .,5. d 'iin Dial
Patronize D~aily Adv ertisers,- Adv. 10i1 "228'>_. 10, 11, 12

SYLVAN

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(nay ersiv 1fiom 1110110 and after re- I schl b and is being organized. Nor-
c iring his degree r'eturnedl to the mIral Larsona of the faculty of the
islands. Sum fliner session School of Music Will
Mr. Africa is a iiative of Batangas (assist WilSOnI in the organization.
and no0w is a resident of Manila. I 'iTie baud, which will give concerts
heas specialized in the studly of inter- at imnpoiotant University assemblies
national law, his thesis subject beinghedurntesu erwlbecm
a stud ofl political offenses inl extra- io(du 'd fsuet noldi
di tI Oi.the Summer session. The next meet-
Mr. Africa was gradluated fromt the ina of the group will be held tomor-I
IMN s ciiool oif thle University of SoothI- co (nia 7 o'clock at which
cera C'alifornia in 1)917. Ie thenaire -Ialthsinreedntepojcae
tunend to the Philippines aater all e1thoeat ceted. i h rjc
brief period o1 practice entered aath dteated
I )cpartinn of ithe Interior, where heI
held a nin her otfonport alit posit ions. IChica"go iltgrimns
Ina 11921 he received the degree of Leave For Hlomne
Al a sici of Laws fromn the I'lliversit y
OI' Michigam, his work: in the law de-
partm ent having been regarded with i ClHIC AGO, .1Tune 213.-Most of the up-
c wptcia 1 faN voi'. wardl of 1 ,tott,otit pilgrims of the 28th
A ('Oaai](1c lle part of his study~ of iiit ernat ionalI Echarist Congress to-
pol(1it ica I offenses in oxI radi tioan wass night had departed for their homes.
a: a d in Watshington, D. C., where hti With ti c by special t ra in went more
was able10o cse mianuscr ('Ji pt 5ouiic( than~ half oft the caridinals, and most
naitiallea in the Library of ('onigress. of the arch bishopAs and otheir church
Mir. Af[rica and hils wife sailed for dignitaries.
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Iapartment. Very (desirable, conven-
i ient to campus, for adlults only.j
Phone 5929. 9-10-11I
N OTI CE
TYPEWRITERS
T1YPEWNRITERS for' sale or rent.
Typewriting done. Hamilton Type-
writing and Letter Shop, State and
William Streets. 9-10
1IF YOU can r'ive w ell an dI xwouild like po t n t o s e d 4 h n a y a
Smore, Ohio. Dial 22187. 101
ONE PLACE at table at the Maison
F'ran('aise. Good meals. Must speak
French. Telephone 7796. 10!
FOR TI-E remainder of summier,
\\'ahr's IBookstore wvill close at 51
p. m. 10-11-12.
11PSNESS TRAINING'
SH ORTHIAN D, Typewriting and Book-
keeping classes just commenced at
H aniilton Business College, State and
William Streets. 9-10

SAND LAKE

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NIGHTLY EXCEPT MONDAY.
Featuring the Famous Orchestra-
"THE BREEZEBL E
A JEAN GOLOKETTE U~IT
lite Every Friday,~~c>na
Good Roads all the %w.-y vi-i S-linc and1i~tr

Novelty Ni

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The happy vacation is the c'arerri'e, 0one. > u' 11) Al k'
nothing to do but einjoy you rselfi. And. t(,t c ai r,-e, tihe
the right (direction is to choos co a cho ring and "tdn-,
before you go. Here in a setting that mnakes i e"'s t(,w
yon will find(1Sports(cloilhes that you mae dIn'
garmacnt s of delight ful in div~id ualit y, perfectlys -a
lar vacaton, type aiid pocketbook.
New Frocks
With a Place in the S

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of Summer

Smartness

SIX DELIVERY TRUCKS AT
YOUR BECKON!
Part of the excellence of the Vatrsity service lies
inl the efficiency of its delivery systeml. Intelligent,
courteous drivers guide the fleet of six modern de-
livery trucks with promptness that is fitting. 'Truly
the Varsity service is as near as your telephone.
PHONE 4219
LIBERTY AT FIFTH-

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Wh'lerevei' smia rt wOrnien ga ther, IIe("sul .h GPo
these. We uinpacked them only a few~ daN-emnwattev(r ttat%, rceoa
filmy, flaring modlels of chiffon, to o-io I)-I:
str iped and t rimmied with thle new nil bredb x
of the versatile typ~e which miay be woirry 1
business and afternoon occasions.

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Short Flannel Jackets
Are Smart and Inexpensive
h andsomely tailored jackets that will top any skirt with chic. Single or dole
breasted modlels with patch or slit pockets, brass or bone buttons, they may be
used in colors suit able for town and country. Navy, scarlet, tan and various
comnbinations of blazer stripes. These are the jackets the smartest young people
are wear'ing everywhere. $9.75 up.
Knitted Coats Are New
Equally new anid smart are the long knitted coats that the fashilonabl e woman
wears for many sumnier occasions. White, tan, navy and blazer stripes. $1 9.75 up.
In the Swim
Woolen suits for swimmers, with short bioyish trousers anti striped tops. Gay
worstedi costunies, vivid hued suits. Tight little daps for divers and more
(ecorative ones for thios4. who just play around. All that is newest and smartest
in beach apparecl at most inodeirate price.
Bathing Swits~, 0.:54 l up.jantzeni Silts~, $a.)111
Bat hinig Caps, 24c tup Bathing Slippers, $1.00)
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