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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDN3BD.

the Gift Das June

Dainty beyond expression in their
decorative values-as practical in
service as they are distinctive in
appearance-scores of quaint, un-
usual pieces of the most individual
character have been assembled in

our June assortients.

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MARTIN HALLER

112 E. Liberty Street

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We are ready to
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a better-

k this year than the one you used

AMPHITHEATER SITE
SURVEY TAKEN
In order that Mr. Frederick L. Olm-
sted, the landscape architect who made
the first report on the feasibility of
transforming the "cat-hole" into a
huge amphitheater, may have some-
thing definite to work on, a complete
survey of the property and surround-
ing land has been made by Frank H.
Taylor, '21E, and Henry F. Hamill un-
der the direction of Prof. H. H. Atwell
of the surveying department.
The map includes "cat-hole" proper
and practically the whole block which
takes in the University laundry, the
dental building and the homoeopa-
thic hospital' It is drawn with con-
tour Interval of two feet and to the
scale of one inch to 20 feet.
Although no action has been taken
as yet on the theater proposal, the
map is intended to show the changes
which have taken place sict his first
report to Mr. Olmsted -and is sut-
able reference in the secretary's of-
fie for the Board of Regents of the
University.
BEG1UG CHARITIES HELPED
BY iD CROSS COMMISSION
Brussels, June $.-Since the arm-
istie, the American Red -Cross Co-
missin for Belgium has distributed
some 8,000,000 franes for the beneft
of various Belgian charitable works;
1,300,000 franca to help Belgian ref-
ugees returning home; 1,000,000 francs
for the mutilated soldiers and civil-
inas; 1;250,00 francs for destitute ehil-
dren; 1,300,000 francs fpr organizations
combatting tuberculosis; 120,000
francs for military hospitals; 250,000
francs for civiian hospitals, and 60,-
000 francs for building wooden houses
for Termonde which was burned by
the Germans in 1914 and where nearly
7,000 people -are no' living in the
ruins of their devastated homes.
EDUCATION CLUB SECURES
HOUSE FOR USE IN SUISER
In response to requests made by
members of the Education club of
the summer session, the Acacia house
at 6Q3, State street has been 'secured
as a headquarters for that organiza-
tion during the summer session of
1919.
The Education club is composed of
high school superintendents, educa-
tors, and the like who take courses
in the department of education in the
summer session.
Not only will the new headquarters
be used to house as many as secure
accommodations early, but it will al-
so furnish a meeting place and gen-
eral home for those in the club who
will live outside.
DEAN VAUGHAN LEAVES TODAY
TO ATTEND MEETINGS IN EAST
DeanVictor C. Vaughan leaves Wed-
nesday for an extensive trip in the
cast. He will go to Phiadelphia, where
he will attend a meeting of the Na-
tional Board of Medical Examiners.
Sixty-five students are to be exam-
He is also to attend the anual
covention of the American Medical
association which is being held at At-
lantio City. Here he will read a
paper on health administration in the
United States. It is not definitelry
known when Dean Vaughan will re-
turn.
SumR SCHOOL BUSINESS
UNINTERRUPTED BY HEAT
That the present heat wave will in
no way interfere with studying in the
summer session is attested to by the

fact that there has been no abate in
the flood of inquiries and requests for
information oceirning the work
which continues to pour into the of-
fice of the session. Handling a ph.-
somenal amount of correspondence in
sucb an efficient manner as to elicit
eommendation throughout the United
States, the oice force is still taxed
with the excessive rie.sts for sum-
mer session literature.
Y. .M. C. A. OFFERS JOBS FOR
NEMAINDER OF SCHOOL YEAR
Employment for about a dozen men
for the remainder of the school year
can be furnished by the University F.
M. (. A. Table waiter, and dishwash-
ers are wanted to work at meal times
for their board. There will also be
marry odd Jobs for work by the hour,
during the two weeks of examina-
tions.

The laying of the concrete floor of
the entrance to the building will be
completed by the middle of next week.
The wiring for the are lamps has al-
ready been installed and they will be
connected as soon as the concrete has
tried. For about two days after the
concrete is laid the front entrance
will be closed and only the side doors
will be used.
The soda fountain for the grill
room is expected to arrive about June
14 or 15 so that it may be installed
by the 20th. Due to a delay in the
factory the chairs and tables for the
grill room may not arrive until next
fall so the soda fountain and cigar
counter will probably be the only f-
tures in the room until the next so-
mester.
Practically everything is in readiness
for the furniture in the rooms on the
fourth floor. Work is being hurried
so that the alumni and members of
the Michigan State Bar association
may be accommodted the latter part
of this month.
MUSIC LOVED BY
RUSSIAN PEOPLE
Paris, June 3.-The coming of the
armistice has allowed Paris to have
its pleasure fairs again after they had
been suppressed during the hostili-
ties. The celebrated "Gingerbread
Fair" was the first to be he.ld and at-
tracted thousands as it has done since
its institution nearly a thousand years
ago.
An unpleasant surprise was in store
for the lovers of merry-go-rounds,
which used to cost two cents a ride
before the war and four on Saturday
nights and Sunday. The humblest,
most out-of-date affair which offered
more wooden horses or pigs to 'ride
on demanded a franc, 20 cents a turn,
while the up-to-date machines offering
a suspended airplane required a franc
and a half, or 30 cents. These .extrav-
agaut prices (to the frugal rench
Ihind) ,did not prevent brisk busi-
ness, for even the French seem to
have lost their keen sense of the
value of money.
COLLEGE AT CORK WISHES TO
SECURE SEPARATE STATUS
Bublin, June 3.-The National Uni-
versity of Ireland is a federal institu-
tion composed of three colleges, in
Dublin, Cork and Galway. It was es-
tablished to meet the claim of the
Irish Ctholics for university educa-
tion. The federal system has proved
irksome to Cork which now decands
that its college should be given the
status of a separate university,
The Cork claim has united every sec-
tion of Mnster-men and the petitions
in its favor have been signed by tWe
heads of all the religious denomina-
tions and the leading men of the prov-
inee. It involves, however, a new.
Charter fromt the Crown, and the
bulk of Sinn Fein opinon, while in
favor of the separate University for
Cork is hostile to the only method
by which under present conditions it
can be obtained.
SENIORS TO ELECT ALUMNI
SECRETARIES *T EETINGL
An important meeting of the senior
lite will be held at 3 o'clock Thursday
afternoon, in room 1 Econoic
building. Alumni secretaries will be
elected and instructios will be given
out for commencement.
Studeants read The Daily.-,Av.

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Golf Suits

Riding reeches

An Exceptional
Opportunity

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

B. F. GREN-NAN.

Custom Tailor

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Original Dsigns

To dispose of your WORN CLOTHES at the
very highest prices

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NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS

14 Nickels Arcade

At The Union

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Don't bother taking them home or trying to fix
them up. We will take anything you have
Dresses, Suits, Coats, Capes and

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Shoes

324 SOUTH STATE STREET
1123 SOUTH UNIVERSITY

This i a dhance you cannot affordt tm iss,
Step to the phone, a us up and w# wiflbe at
your door Immediately

7.11 PACKARD STREET

We also pay highest cash prices for

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WA"T",
WANTED - A good chef and a good
second cook for a large boys' camp'
situated in Michigan.. Good position
for the right parties. Man who has
been cooking for a fraternity pre-
ferred. Employment from July 1 to
August 24. Working conditions ex-
eellent. Railroad fare both ways. In
answering state experience, salary
expected and references. Also state
nationality. . Also state if you de-
sire to furnish own second cook and
salary expected for him. Address,
Zarle W. Beckman, 411 Bush Bldg.,
Fliht, Michigan.
WANTED-For July, August, and Sep-
tember, furnished rooms with light
house keeping privileges or furnish-
ed house for three ladies. All mod-
ern conveniences required. Send of-
fers to Mrs. A. Minier, 1028 Church
St.
WANTED TO RENT - Small family,.
all adults, will take furnished
apartment or small furnished house
for the summer. Address Box D,
Daily.
WANTED - A small modern equip-
ped and furnished house on first
floor flat for summer term. No
children. C. L. MacCollum, Phone

WANTED
WANTED - Set of drawing instru-
ments. Call 1967-J. M. E. Salie-
bury.,
WANTED-Two waiters at once. 620
South State St. 231.
WANTED-To rent a canoe for sum-
mer. Call 2597.
YOU SALI
FOR SALE-Complete law library in
splendid location nearby. Business
location very excellent. Good pro-
position if taken at once, Establish-
ed business of twenty years. Ad-
dress C. B. Atherton, Gen. Delivery,
Durand,,Michigan.

120 No FOURTH AVe.

PR1ONE 32601

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You should plan to get in your next year's supply of coal now.

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FOR SALE-Fairbanks & Cole banjo
with leather case. $20.00, worth
$60.00. Guitar $3.00. Phone 830-M.
FOR SALE-Victrola and 18 Records.
Used 2 ionths. 615 Monroe. 2106-M.

'THE PRESENT PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
THIS SEASON
A decided advance is apt to take place any imC 4 4 g WMI 84yi
will call NOW.

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FOR SALE--Excelsior Twin Motor-
cycle cheap. Phone 909.
LOST
LOST-Goid watch in basejnent of

Engineering
Call 302-M.

building. Name on fob.
609 E. Univ. Ave. Re-

CLANCY

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ward.
LOST - Between Monroe and Con-
servatory, gold basket pin Tuesday'
noon. Return to Winona Beckley,
Martha Cook Bldg.
LOST-Fraternity pin between Lib-
erty and Williams on State St. Name,

FOR REXT
TO RHNT-For coming year to in-
strutors or upper classimen two
Sfine suites in private home, cen-
tral and modern. Telephoe 736.
LOST
LOST--=.Pi Beta P~hi pin. Finder please

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Office, 124 East
Next to Allenel]

Huron St.
Hotel
Yard Phone 1950-2R [

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Office Phone 1950-1R

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