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HOtUSE \wit llarge fenced, shaded yard,
four nice rooms. Basement. Pleasant
loation. Occupancy in Sept. $90/mo,
NO 2-7515. C25
ONE 2-ROOM APT, with bath, private
pairking, and automatic washer and
dryver available July 19. 1-roomn effi-
ciency apt, completely furnished. 2
othier furnished apts. available for
fa ll. 1921 E. Huron. Call at back
baisement door. NO 5-4767. C24
CAMYPUS Furnished ~Apartment. $50 per
me nth, summer only, NO 3-4322. C19
ON CAMPUS furnished apartments for
rent. NO 2-1443. 017
apartment suitable for four girls.
A LARGE ADVR~ EETO
OF USED fM AC IE 0DCONDITIN
AND ALL AT4E",FLEPRC ES
BY SEERA MNiFCTRES
MAY BE TEy A iNYU ED
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C-TED STAN" DARD SERVICE
Friedlyseni<<> is our business.
Atlasties bttrs and accessories. Perking. Call 2-0671. 066
C c pcteA'tomtie service-All 3-ROOM furnished apt. near Packard
Pr~ocs nd erics uarainteed, and State. $70 for summer months.
NO 3-5458. C20
ONv CAMTPUS garage and lot parking
Xonxctmre f rt :Standar<d available for summer and fall semes-
110 t Oii"ters. NO 2-1443. 016
u1220 1out U", ersit.y NOW AVAILABLE - Across from East
NO 16 5 Quad: 2 parking spaces, part of an
SI. exciting apartment, and a small duck.
Call NO 5-7892. 0*
LOST AND FOUND
5? Ml. 1 l0 OP[lA'1;conertible. Excel-______________________
lot oniio. 5 z,90 . Ann St. FOUND: Woman's watch, vicinity of
-BIG j Burton Tower. Call 3-2544. A50
RECRUITING POSTERS-Part of the "ihgni h
War" display now at the University arts u c u.i.~
posters designed to attract recruits to variu ihgne te
At President Lincoln's initial call to noiiain h f
responded to the point where volunteers cual Ia
By DAVID MARCUS
poser of svrlerym~
The University Art Museum is , ublished in Amria
now featuring an exhibit of Ger- He was aloth i in
man prints and another of photo-- i ntdSdsi
grpsof Michigan arid the Civil aecopyight ythdL
11 'u SiTENA W -VieWood
~ Ich~ i n relfas re.PlBaser-
de'ora e . Grag. Imedateoccu-
p nv if dosireViiUner $30,000. Call
LOST-35 mm. colored slides in yellow
envelope. Ann St., Hospital area.
Please call 4NO 3-5381. Reward. A5
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FARO 'IN SAV ?IoMn's wear. Short
:3oee sortshits 9cend 3'i.50; wash
a~~~~~~ wei ak 3.5 ;ntsort shirts
f'iA aO~ ~2.9 wsh N wear cord
pam ssS.7 ; niny oter bgbuys.
S 'aSac12E.Wsito St. W3
314 South Ste to Street
OPEN 8 A.M.
FO YORCNVYENIE NCE
The exhibit is termed a "trib-
ute to Mathew B. Brady, Alexander'
Gardner and other civil war pho-
Besides the photographs, which
1he publishd n r
also oiof te i (, '
make use of saenni
F } ' '1
Carnial of Bargains
- R ,_,
Again we are'hvngoriyBrgain "Days.
You !ll find lots o c',i ri o ur Sportswear
Shop. Many fitemntlit!
constitute the majority of the ex- The aescleel
hibit, are cameras from the Civil torsmiclanuLli
War era and suich memoria as re- an r d rceit c l l~
cruiting posters for various Michi-dnt.hyar iov
gan residents, lefects of18hetti
The photographs depict scenes 'The ex"ii e il1
i f c~f ipsr heGna Ta SS mately for nthrt- t
1 1 1
0 SWEATERS .
(Wools, Cottons, Blends)
Sizes 8-18, 36-1-0
C BermI'as, - Jamaicas
Fe A lodl Pushers
.-. Cotton Dusters
Michigan regiments, wtar rallies,
battles in which Michiganrei
ments participated, and noted war
heroes and leaders from the state.
The exhibition also includes the;
work of photographers J'. Jex!
Bardwell, Timothy H. O'Sullivan,
George Barnard, John F. Gibson
and Thomas C. Roche.
The exhibit w il l c on t inu e
through Aug. 13.
The German print exhibit, wich
opened yesterday includes works
by conttemporary artists.
T-here are 19 artists represented
in tihe display which is sponsored
by the Memorial LJxnion of OregonI
The exhibit traces the develop-
Iment of German art from expres-
sionism at the turn of the century
through the "new objectivity" of
the Ui rsiyict>e
forced cnrt.T. hA
eludesphtrph otia y(
works. lanIQ! i m ,nc:I
The exhit ss , h
MANY OTHER ITEMS
Y P ICAL BARGAINSI
YE ECK OOKSTOR
1216 S. Uniyersity Phone NO 3_1
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BLOUSES (wit r;:=.vs) e'gi!y priced 2.98
9:30 to'S :30 P '.
Wed. - Thurs. Fri.
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Al Summ er
The prints; are divided into two
sections, one titled "The Imm e-
diate Precursors" the other called
Other exhibitions now at the
University include one of the pa-
pers of the early AmeIrican musi-
cian Andrew Law, at the Clements
Law, born in Connecticut in
1749, was a pr'eacher and a well-,
known singing master. Described
in the library's bIrochure as a!
"tunesmith," Law was tile com-
s . i E } i;1 k
' .,j,:1 7 '",? 3rd
NEW ESS hw heMchigan Da'i
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Cus mcrat $1.90
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Suits. c.a :
Town~and1Cou t ry $6.90-$7.90