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June 05, 1915 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1915-06-05

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H aving l urrllChsi the C. o[iM. ;and Thuron River 'woat Livery, also known au fs Smel-s boat House, it is illy
ar<>>c manner asill meet wih he irtappNroval of the lIaNSv of the U~niversity, and I the Si .udent body.

sincere dlesire to condluct the busi iness in such

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ortdAccordlingly, in pursu ance oar this, bybuiess policy, 1. take this mieans of caling your attentIion to the Following rules under which the float H ouse will e
The oat House will ositively close at leven P. M. (t will be open at 7 A. .

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2.All intoxicating drinks are positively prohibited and any person in ane intoxicated
conditionwill not be tolerated on the remises.
3,, All rents on canoes inStora ge and on lockers must be paid promptly and in advane.
4.nAny person found guilty'of taking anything from any canoe or locker other than
h is or her own forfeits lhis or her right to storage space..

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C~oats, etc.,

RENTED FROM ME ARE AS FOLLOWS:

Large canoe s that is 16, 17
or 18 toot boats, Th irty (30) Cents
the, first hour, ad -fifteen (15).
Cents each adlditioil hor

email canoes, that is 14 foot

boats,

Twenty

Five (25) Cents

th first hour, and Ten (10) Cents
each additional hour.

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For timing the boa .rts I haive installed a .Calcutlagrap>h;.an instrumen t hich prints the time of leavin, andtr the time of retutrnin; subtracts the time of leaving
from the time of returning ; n1iuliplies the di ffercrn~e by the rate per imutr, and~ prints the value of the elapsed time in Dollars andl Cents. "It makes no cleial
errors," and therefore assures a square dteal to every one.
5. Each one o out canoes when renteldContains twoq (2) paddles;' two .(2) plillows,
and one () ack crest,' and =any"shortsaefound in this equipment, when canoe
is returned, will bef charged for accordingly.

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Rlegardilng the reservati n rlof Canmoes
This policy will positively be adhered to in every instance

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We will most willingly reserve canoes,
free of charge. and hold same until 2
P. M. of any day specified.

I am instatlling a mos<t conml lct , S,,itarv So(lat ]outnta in service , eatch (ish
wvill be u1sed oncc, and theiln thrown :1\,v, y. ssutring each patron an abs5oluttely clean
an11d sanitary dish1, and each (ri~l I s rcaner th.,lan am washitng couhi 1posibly mt ake
a<< hs or china_ dishl. ( )ur r a~s vrIups, fruits, etc., are the l lurest obtainablle.
1I'am1 conltiljully tryving ,to' impr;1ovec onIditions and* will most willingly' pay anyr
pc(' -ollflor any 1suet;stion adop1ted. vc1 will ' \ 1make our1 service let ter.
Everything necessary to m ake up a cornpiel e picnlic lnch wtill be found here.
antd within I v-"weeks we wc \vill IheC able to serv c ,oiplete puiches here, Ias well as
prelvirc them lfor ltermmo1 swihig ( t,) take (them out.

To hold panpes later tha 2 P. M. a cash
depositwill be required, Howev, qr; w will "ot
reserve canoes by phone later than 12 noon.
Every Sutnday andl Holiday an Orchestra will furnish mutsic frotwov( until
Fve in the afternoon, and from seven until nine in the evening.
1 and my employees are paid to serve, the public and serve them pirop~erly
Any complaints as to service or incivility on the part of mny employees will be
ap)preciatedl and most carefully investigated. Every person will be treate lipre-
cisely the same as every other person. As my success.depends upon~f my abiity andl
willingness to p~lease the public, I take this means of stating may intentions.
Any suggestions wvhich xvill materially aid in improving conditions will be
plost welcome. WILLIAM J. SAUNDER S

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