THE MICHIGAN DAILY SAT1
ce at Ann Arbor,
exceed 3e words,
10:60 A. M.
6:30 P. IL
Student Round Table
O rganization meeting
First Baptis t
10:30 A. M.
J. IL WELLS
begins a series of
C sermons on
"THE NEW DAY"
6:30 P. I.
MIRIAM CLARK, '19
ARCHIE McDONALD, '19
In Mark Twain's Famous Story
TONIGhT, 8 P. IL.
Error in Engagement Announced
An error was made in yesterday's
paper in the announcement of the en-
gagement of Antrynetta Poel, '19. The
name of Irving B. Clark, '20E, should
have appeared in the announcement
instead of the one printed. The en-
gagement was announced this week
at the Alpha Chi Omega house.
The schobl year is nearly over. Be-
fore deciding your summer work, let
us explain our pleasant andaremu-
nerative work to you. We can use
only live wires. WRITE NOW to Ful-
ler. care of Mich. Daily, for particu-
Mr. Robert McCandliss will be the
soloist at the Upper Room Bible class
t, 1 . .
All the leading makes-Everyone Warranted
Try our "WAHRS SPECIAL"-Price $1.75
Of all sizes and kinds-by the piece, dozen, hundred; thousand or by
MACKINAC HOTEL WANTS MEN
TO WORK DURING VACATION
' a om~
ul G. 'Weber
lgar 1,. Rice
J. P. Hart
Tickets for the house party and sen-
ior breakfast will be on sale from 10!
o'clock until 12 o'clock Saturday in
Money left from the Dues of the
University Girls' Glee club may be
procured from Emily Powell, '19, be-
fore Monday noon.
Girls who desire to work 'in summer
hotels or summer resorts or who
want to pickE cherries should consult
Louise*Potter in Barbour gymnasium.
All who will be able to attend the1
Y. W. C. A. camp at Lake Geneva
this summer and who have not sign-
ed un should sign the list in eat Aof I
The employment secretary at Lanel
hall, University Y. M. C. A., has re-I
ceived a letter from a hotel on Mack-
inac Island asking for several men to
wbrk during the summer vacation.
Complete information as' to the nature
of the work is expected the beginning
of next week. Any student;interested
in this work should see the employ-
ment secretary at Lane hall after the
first of the week.
Students read The Daily.-Adv.
such as we are now featuring in dainty voiles and
organdies, are ideal for summer wear, because they
are so delightfully cool and easy to launder.
Besides an unusually varied selection of white
blouses, there is ani excellent assortmentin the sea-
son s most delicate tints of pink, rose, blue, and
Don't Fail to Visit Our New Lunch Room
Try Our Strawberry Shortcake
Huldah Bancroft in Barbour gymnas-'
SNOWDEN TELLS OF
WORK IN ORIENT
Mr Albert A. Snowden, '02, in charge
of the department of the Standard Oil
company which trains men for service
chiefly in foreign fields, addressed a
large number of engineering and
business ad students yesterday after-
noon in room 101 of the Economics
building on opportunities offered by
this company in the far east.
"Students in accounting, business
administration, mechanical, and chem-
ical engineering are needed," he said.
"The opportunities in the orient for
men who possess a strong personality
coupled with a broad technical train-
ing are unlimited," he continued.
The plan followed by the company
in training men for. the various posi-
tions and the nature of the "work in'
the field was explained. Later in the
afternoon Mr. Snowden interviewed a
number of applicants in Dean Cooley's
Tuttle's Lunch Room
Across from Arcade
Everything the Best
Often the white blouses choose colored collars
and cuffs, sometimes embroidered just a wee bit.
r L. Glazier
E, WM. A.
issue, The Daily suspends
until next fal
) year is over, and after
,eks of exams some live
chigan students will scat-
country. Some will re-
fall, after having spent the
ationing. Others will go
world, to attend the larger
you do, wherever you go,
i intend coming back in
whether you will start
work in the world of ex-
high school graduates who
et chosen their college."
igh school students who
et graduated. Sell it to
other colleges who are
ey are in the best school.
dlege graduates who want
r what you do for Michi-
never equal what Mich-
Le for you. If a large bus-
were paying you a big'
11 its product, you would
to make good. Michigan
you somethingi nfinitely
big salary. In return you
our best to sell Michigan
advantages, Michigan fac-
a come back next year,
er with you. That is one
i help. But in the mean-
what Michigan has meant'
Bing how many people you
en of Michigan!
they tell us that men's
Don advance to $100. Our
DELEGATION OF- 15 -MICHIGAN
GIRLS TO O TO LAKE GENEVA
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, the sum-
mer camp of the Y. W. C. A., will re-
ceive a delegation of. at least 15 girls
from Michigan. These girls will spend
10 days, August 19 to 29, at Geneva.
Miss Eva Lamnert, secretary of the
University Y. W. C. A., and Miss
Huldah Bancroft will accompany the
delegation to camp. Several more,
girls are expected to join the ranks
of Geneva club who have not yet fully
decided to go Time at the camp is
divided between outdoor sports and
Y. W. C. A. classes. Addresses by
well-known lecturers are an added at-
Girls who would like to 'sign up
for Lake Geneva are urged to call
Rose Sturmer, '20, or consult Huldah
Bancroft in Barbour gymnasium.
. E rmsien w umu.
will take advantage of the opportunity of
securing their next year's supply of COAL
NOW. The prices are reasonable and the
coal of best quality. For the most reliable
PHONE 2207 or 81-Fl
Famous Anthracite & Bituminous Coal & Coke
Phone 17; 315 S. State St.
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Wafers Young Radishes
Roast Sirloin of Beef
Fricasseed Chicken with Biscuits
Bread or Rolls
Strawberry Short Cake
Vanilla Ice Cream
Tea . Coffee Milk Ice Tea
12to2and5to7. Price 75c
Open during Summer School.
Good reliable student help
They are both delicious and
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THE SUGAR BOWL
Phone 967 109 5. Maln St.
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