THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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value for your money
Exhibit of Straw Hats
Bankoks and Panamas
Latest Weaves and
Tinker & Company
FURNISHERS and HATTERS
Corner of S. State and William Sts.
Phone 1692-F 1
122 E. Liberty
We are showing the latest styles in Suits, Top Coats
Sport Coats, Hats, Caps and Furnishings
W1adhams & Co.'s Corner
Main & Washington Sts.
Chemical Engineering Department
Lacks Enough Men to Fill
WHEN THE WIND'S
YOU might just as
well not smoke at all
unless your cigarette has
really taste and aroma.
Perhaps you've tried
some windy Spring day at the
game and already know the
"From Moring7Till Night
Feuer~igarettesbuttbe i t
See Our Stewart Viachines at $5.00 for your
ay not be a noble bird
it his feathers are ad-
ired by all. Clothes of
is kind are individually
custom tailored by
RTHUR F, MARQUADT
East William St. Phone 1422 J
A coAmplot. 161%of
Drub SunAdries, Kode.ks
.ALBERIT MANN, Druggist
213S oUth M~oodn St. Ahn Arbor. Mlob.
WANTED-Suite of four or five un-
furnished rooms on ground floor;
mipt be located within easy walking
distance of university. Must have
same by July or August 1. Perman-
ent. Address Mrs. Smith, 615 E.
WANTED - REAL' SALESMANSHIP
ABILITY is very profitable with
Hauseman Spitzley Co. of Detroit.
We have many U. of M. men making
good. More live ones wanted. Call
and see Mr. Atwater, Sunday or
Monday, from 3:00 to 5:00 o'clock
P. M. 821 E. Huron street.
WANTED-Two or three-room suite
with private bath for next school
year by two young men. Address S.
F. G., care Daily. j9-10
WANTED-At Chubb House, several
students to help serve during sum-
mer school and for next year. j9-10
WANTED-Good, live Michigan stu-
dents wishing for a good business
during summer vacation. Large
earning, no investments. Write F.
E. Wenzel, Durand, Michigan, for
WANTED-A party of nine fellows to
FOR SALE-New bicycle used one
week, at a bargain. Am leaving
town. 206 S. Thayer St., phone
FOR RENT-For rent during summer,
new, furnished six-room house
FOR RENT-To students for summer
school and during college year; two
desirable suites, also single rooms.
All modern, pleasant, and conven-
ient. Apply 425 Church street.
er please call 740-M.
FOR RENT-Small furnished house at
1522 Geddes, kitchen and kitchen-
ette. Suitable for students. Ad-
dress S. R. W., care Martha Cook
building or phone 1004.
FOR RENT-Modern five-room fur-
nished house for summer months.
Bath, electricity, gas, piano. Ex-
cellent location. Phone 2013-M.
FOR RENT-Rooms for girls. Two
suites in the Perry House for next
year. 721 S. 12th. 1158-M.
TO RENT-Rooms to rent to upper-
classmen, pleasantly located on E
University across from campus.
LOST-A Tr-Delta sorority pin. Find-
er please call 740-M.
LOST - H. M. Stevenson, gold
watch. Round monogram, "C. M. S."
on back. Reward. Notify Sporley,
422 Hamilton Place, phone 212-J.
ADVERTISERS in The Michigan
Daily are the reliable business men
of the city. It is to your advantage
to trade with them.
Fifty manufacturing concerns of-
fered positions to seniors and graduates
of the chemical engineering depart-
ment,"several firms stating that they
could place a number of men. Accord-
ing to Prof. A. H. White, of the chemi-
cal engineering department, there were
more positions open than men to fill
The positions ranged from work
with corporations to assistantships in
the 1niversity. Among those placed
are: Graduate students, R. 1!1 Christ
man, Acme White Lead & Color
Works, Detroit; W. E. Jominy, metal-
lurgical department, Studebaker cor-
poration, Detroit: John Naylon, De-
troit City Gas company; John Roberts,
Acme White Lead & Color Works;
B. A. Standerline, coke over division,
Republic Iron & Steel Co., Youngs-
town, O.; Harold Wood, metallurgical
department. Packard Motor Car com-
pany, Detroit; E. R. Young, holder of
Detroit Steel Castings company fellow-
Seniors: H. O. Andrews, holder of
Seniors: W. O Andrews, holder of
gas fellowship, University of M.ichi-
gan; It. S. Archer, holder of Detroit
Edison company fellowship, University
of Michigan; C. S. Blomshied, Stan-
dard Engmnering company, 'oledo, I.;
M. A. Ds 1'Valle asi istant in chemical
engineering, Univesity of Michigan;
W. S. Gir;i1 i, American Brass com-
pany; H. B. Higbee, Atlantic Refining
company, Franklin, Pa.; G. W. Hoop-
er, coke oven division, Republic Iron
& Steel company, Youngstown, 0.;
T. K. Hutson, assistant in chemical en-
gineering, University of Michigan; E.
G. Milham, American Writing raper
company, Holyoke, Mass.; W. A. Mil-
ler, coke oven division, Toledo Furnace
company, Toledo, 0.; S. M. Pinkerton,
assistant in analytical chemistry, Uni-
versity of Michigan; J. W. Robinson,
assistant in chemistry, University of
Michigan; John Schmidt, Dow Chemi-
cal company, Midland, Mich.; Jay H.
Schmidt, publicity department, Na-
tional Carbon company, Cleveland, 0.;
H. G. Smith, holder of Detroit Copper
and Brass Rolling Mills fellowship,
University of Michigan; J. W. Stone,
coke oven division, Youngstown Sheet
& Tube company, Youngstown, O.; E.
H. Streeter, American Tar Products
company, Carrolville plant, Milwaukee,
Wis.; J. D. Todd, assistant in organic
chemistry, University of Michigan;
W. W. Watson, coke oven division,
Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co.; G. B.
Wells, Michigan Central railroad, ap-
praisal work, Detroit; E. C. Wright,
Harbinson-Walker company, Pitts-
Non-graduates: R. H. Adams, spe-
cial, inspector Hudson Motor Car com-
pany, Detroit; C. Bottje, '17E, H. M.
Reynolds, Asphalt & Shingle Co., Grand
Rapids; R. C. Jeter, '17E, Scoville
Manufacturing company, Waterbury,
Conn.; F. C. Wheeler, '16E, Western
Electric company, Hawthorne, Ill.
They are still calling for those
Maize and Blue chocolates. Are you
taking her the best chocolates that
money can buy? That's what Bloom-
field's. are. Come in and try them.
There is something in a name when
you buy ice cream if you can say that
you bought it at Bloomfield's.
SCHOOL Of MUSIC TO
GRADUATE 28 STUDENTS
Commencement Exercises to Be Held
in High School Auditorium
on June 22
The graduating exercises of the Uni-
versity School of Music will be held on
June 22 in the High School auditorium.
The class this year consists of 28 mem-
bers and is the largest class which
has ever been graduated from this rap-j
idly growing conservatory.
The following graduates will receive
Alice Bliton, Ann Arbor.
Lola Elizabeth Stevens, Ann Arbor.
Flora Westerman-Lowry, Ann Arbor.
Myra Dorothea Moon, Ann Arbor.
Alzora Crowcombe, Jackson.
Elsie Beatrice Lincoln, Hillsdale.
Altha Bernice Heffelbower, Lapeer.
Earle S. Epps, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Pansy Johnson, Ann Arbor.
Helen Alice Showerman, Ypsilanti.
Mabel Georgeanna Murphy, Boise,
Edna Mary Swigart, Alma.
Hazeldean Belleville Crosby, Merrill.
Hazel Kirk McCauley, Ironton, Ohio.
Gladys Viola Seelye, Ann Arbor.
Public School Music and Drawing
Bessie Marie Elliott, Kenton.
Irene Laura Furnise, Bellevue, Ohio.
Isabel Waters Hoagland, Howell.
Edith Lyle Hosking, Laurium.
Tilda Ovid Jensen, Bessemer.
Verna H. Luther, Hart.
Barbara Josephine Mater, Boyne
Elizabeth Bertha Zerwekh, Alton, Ill.
Sally Marion Larson, Ironwood.
Public School Music Department
Lorena Mae Davis, Saginaw.
Grace Ola Rosser, Battle Creek.
Public School Drawing Department
Doris Mabelle Willbee, Jackson.
You will find some good values in
those suits of Fifty-fifty underwear at
Davis, 119 S. Main St.
Try it, you'll like it. That delicious
ice cream soda that Bloomfield is
During the month of June Seniors
can subscribe to next year's Daily for
$2.50. After July 1, the rate on out
of town subscriptions will be $3.00.
WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS
The Star S'upreme in
By Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Hughes.
Twenty distinctive features for twenty weeks-a new 2-reel
feature chapter every week.
The most magnificent novel ever presented--Cost $960,000
By far the most expensive feature ever shown in Ann Arbor.
To be shown exclusively at the
SPECIAIL TO STUDENTS
For the benefit of those who will not be here during the
summer, THE ARCADE TH EA TRE has arranged to start this
wonderful series just after college opens next fall, so that every
student who wishes to do so may see the entire series in regular
order and without a break.
IBETTEK WAIT O LTHIS
Before starting this series we shall sell, at a considerable re-
duction, coupon books for the twenty weeks.
TODAY--JUNE io-Charlie Chaplin in "A Night in the Show."
LUNCHES, CANDIES, HOT SUNDAES
199 SOUTH MAIN STREET
We are getting out dozens of orders for personal cards every day,
let us include yours. Time is getting short so place your order at
once: You will find our styles most pleasing, price no higher, but
quality better than the average and service the best.
112 S. MAIN STREET
take a trip to Denver, Colorado, in
three automobiles leaving here July
1 to be gone three weeks. This
would be an exceptionally good trip
for Colorado students to make their
trip home. For further information
see Edwin Staeb, 721 No. University
Avenue, care of George W. Kyer.
Let Zwerdling make
you. a Tailored Gar-
ment before you go
home. Don't delay
WANTED - Student roomers and
boarders for summer school, also for
1916-17. Desirable location for club.
1021 E. Huron St. Phone 600-J.
FOR SALE-If taken at once, "Five-
foot" shelf of books, Harvard Clas-
sics. Five volumes for $45.00. L.
R. Flook, phone 1314. 99-10
man in college, S. 0.1
Hear the Latest Victor Dance Records
Let us send you some on our twenty-four hour
A STYLE IV. VICTROLA FOR YOUR CANOE
See us before buying.
GRINNELL BROS., 116 So. Main St.
Piano Tuning and Repairing by Experts Phone 1707
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