WANT MEN TO WORK DURING
ORT RED AINDER OF SCHOOL YEAR
nted For some unknown reason, the em-
port ployment bureau of the Y. M. C. A.
has more positions open than it has
stu- men to fill them. Requests for stu-
Ger- dents looking for work have headily
tend increased in the office of the employ-
per- ment bureau, while the supply of men
and has fallen off.
The openings are not for summer
work, but are odd jobs that will last
from now until the end of the school
N TS year, and possibly longer. Students
wishing to apply for these places may
communicate with Mr. Olmstead at the
has association rooms.
>lanning to at
ch is being su
W. W. Florer
ESIDENTS TO PLAN
'ICIPATION OF STIUDE
in Sealby, '12 L,
of all class presidents
>r Monday, May 27, at
time will be devoted to
the plans for student
the Seventy-fifth An-
>ration. It is likely
ents will be arranged
udents may take part.
~~ Announce Engagement of '10 Graduate
Announcement comes from Holyoke,
Mass., of the engagement of Stanley
C. Cox, '10, to Miss Elmira Leavit, a
graduate of Radcliffe College of the
year 1908. Cox served as interne in
a New York hospital after his gradu-
, ation, but has since settled in Holyoke.
Fresh Engineers Dance at Grangers'
Sixty fresh engineers, "with,"
defiled the sweltering heat and
kept time to "Ike" Fischer's music at
Granger's last night.
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Advertising mattes for these
columns may be left at the
DAILY office, opposite the Ma-
jestic from 12 noon to 10 p. m.,
or at The University Pharmacy,
1291 S. University Ave.,
The Brown Drug Store, Main
Street, and Quarry's, on State
Street, any time up till 8:30 p.m.
for next morning's issue.
These ads bring results.
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to fish! See us for fishing
H. L. Switzer Co., 310 S. State
For a pleasant evening go
uron. U. of M. Boat House,
Baseball Goods! A complete
>e found at our store. H. L.
o., 310 S. State St. 167 tf
Waited-Good, reliable students to
take orders for nursery stock. Re-
mittances sent weekly. Rice Bros.
Co., Geneva, N. Y. 161 to 170
Wanted to Rent-For the entire sum-
mer furnished house in choice resi-
dence district. Familf of three.
Highest references given. If satis-
factory would keep same during the
next school year. Address "Bus-
iness Man," Care Daily Office. 166-7
Lost-Tuesday evening on Tappan or
Oakland a gold chain. Reward.
Phone 636-L. 167
Who wants to buy a good Hammond
typewriter cheap? We have one in
good condition for sale at a bargain.
H. L. Switzer Co., 310 S. State St.
The Ann Arbor Press products in
printing are of the finest quality. Call
and see. Press Bldg., Maynard S.
BOYS-Remember we sharpen all
makes of safety razor blades and
guarantee satisfaction. Quick service.
H. L..Switzer Co., 310 S. State St.
A young lady student or teacher to
work with another young lady student,
during vacation. A good salary is offer-
This is an exceptional opportunity.
le time to select Commence-
Our line is complete. H.
Co., 310 S. State St. 167 tf
good money for films and
nmeone experiment with
them to Lyndon instead.
117 eod tf
Don't throw away your dull razor
blades! We can put them in better
condition than new. Ask some one who
has tried us or better still, bring in a
few dull blades. H. L. Switzer Co.,
310 S. State St. 167 tf
Have your prints made on the paper
best suited to the negatives with the
same care that has made a reputation.
-Lyndon. 117 eod tf
YPSI, NORMAL SONG
"The White and the Green," also "The Hills of Washtenaw" now on sale at
GRINNELL BROS.' Music House, 120-122 E. Liberty Street
Popular music, ten cents per copy. A fine line of Mandolins, Guitars, and
mall musical goods to select from. Pianos to rent.
M A I N
el Cared for Here
Come in and see our 1912
SPALDING BASE BALL AND
- GOLF GOODS -
1H rdw&"r. Co.
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308-310-312 SOUTH MAIN
TINKER & COMPANY c
342 .a. State Street 0