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May 09, 1919 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-05-09

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1919.

sses for Log Log indicator just
red at Wahr's University Book-
-Adv.
rays-Daily service-Always.

The Sale of Base Ball Mitts and
Gloves continues at Wahr s University
Bookstore.-Adv.
Daily adverti..ra give service.--Adv.

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WBHAT'S SOING ON

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TODAY
3:115-Soph lit meeting in
hall.
4:0)-Lieutenant Rovilliani
his former students in
South Wing.
4:004-Meeting of assistant
managers of Glee and

205 Mason
speaks to
room 200
and tryout
Mandolin

THE

HELEN HOLSINGER

HAT SHOP
Successor to
Louise Hinkley

Invites your inspection ofi
Distinctibe and Exclusibe
Summer Hats
at 215 Fast Liberty Street.

club in room 328 Natural Science
building.
4:15-Junior lit baseball pract'e (ia
south Ferry field.
6:00-All-Pharcic banquet in Congre-
gational church.
7:00-Meeting of Bayonne, N. J., club
at 1130 Washtenaw.
7:00-Special .meeting of Varsity
Glee club at University School of
Music.
7:00-Band concert at Campus band
stand.
7:30-Polonia Literary circle meets
in red room of Lane hall.
7:30-J'ohn E. Hewson lectures on
"The Doctrine of Sel'f-Determina-
tion of Nations and Its Application"
before the Cosmopolitan club in
Lane hall.
7:30 -Lecture and exh ibition of
French war posters by M. Ludovic
Leblanc in Alumni hall.
8:00-George T. Xorey of Spencer
Lens company speaks on "The Man-
ufacture of Optical Glass" in the
amphitheater of the Chemistry
building.
ARCHONS PREPARED
TO INITIATE ELEVEN
As the sun goes down Friday
evening 11 trembling nephytes, wear-
ing the mysterious symbols of So-
lon, will make their faltering way
to the temple of Athena the Law-
giver, and be invested with the in-
signia of the Grecian magistrates in
the initiation of Archons, junior law
society. Thrice will they knock at
the entrance to the temple and when
the rays of Phoebus Apollo flash
their parting sign, the bronze gates
will unfold, and they will be received
by the wearers of the myrtle wreath.
After undergoing the ordeal of the
mysteries of Themis, they will be
elevated to the seat of the ancient
judges.
Martha Washington Candies fresh
every Friday. Tices' Drug Store.--Adv.

'GAMMA PHPS TAE ,WELL
PLAYD (AME FROM SOROSIS
Gamma Phi Beta won from Col-
legiate Sorosis 8 to 5 in Thursday's
baseball game.
In spite of the rain the two teams
played one of the finest games of
ball seen this year. In field work
the two sororities were well matched
but the batting power of Gamma Phi
Beta greatly surpassed that of Sorosis.
The winners made six of their runs
in the second inning and although
the other team held them do'wn to
two runs in the last two innings, So-
rosis was unable to score erough
rung to overcome the lead.
Frances Weimar, '21, starred for
the Gamma Phi Beta team while
BOARD I
Breakfast Steaks
$4.50 $5.50
539 Forest Aive.

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Elise Smith, '21, did the best work for Michigan Memory Books-Regularly
Collegiate Sorosis. $3.50 now $2.90 at Wahr's University
Alpha Phi and Pi Beta Phi, who Bookstore.--Adv.
tied in Tuesday's game, will play a
second game at 5 o'clock on Friday .' Students raao i'- Idily -Adv.
SATISFA CTION
Our trade with the people ofAnin Arbor - as
built through service that satisfies.
We can satisfy you.
J. P. ESCHELBACH
Home-killed meats, Home-made Sausage, Poultry, H, ms and Bacon
202 East Huron St Telephone 821

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Under present conditions we are able to offer
the best grades of coal at the most reason-
able prices. Stock up now for next year.

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SENIORS ATTENTION
WANTED:-Six men who will graduate; to sell a Post-graduate course of Eng-
lish Grammar to school teachers. This position will pay from $18oo to $3000 the
first year. It will be necessary to spend two months at our school studying the
course you are to sell-also to take a course in salesmanship. There will be :10
salary while taking this training, likewise, no charge. You ar; putting your time
against ours. Those who complete this training v..> a satisfactory degree of pro-
ficiency will be taken into our regular sales force at a salary of $25 per week with a
bonus on sales, payable semi-annually -for the frst year. Those who show a marked
aptitude in the work will be made State managers. Salary, $3000 to $5ooo per year.
Only men who have made an exhaustive study ofaGrammar need apply. Men
who have already had selling experience preferred. Write a detailed application,
giving four references, your E'nglish professor, two business men and one other.
Give a detailed account of your college activities, education, etc. It will be at least
two weeks before you will he granted an interview so tell us at about what date you
would be able to meet our representative at one of the Detroit hotels, should your
application be favorably considered.
SENIORS, CARE OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

FRANK I.

CORN WELL

PHONE 2207 or 81-Fl

Famous Anthracite & BituminousCoal& Coke

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A message direct from the clouds
Battlefields of Europe.

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If you

have not yet

made definite plans for

This message meant $2,000 Profit to one
dent Last Summer.

Stu-

your summer vacation it may.mean from $10.00
to $30.00 Profit Per Day to You.
For Further Information Read the Message
From

It meant $1,700 Profit to Another.

THE WORLD'S ACE OF ACES

It meant an average of over $10.64 Profitper
day to over 300 Students last Summer vacation.

and see the Free Window Display of famous War
Pictures and the 44 lbs. of silver direct from the
U. S. Mint at Sheehan & Company.

What Does It Mean to You?

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The Quicker the Better.

XPEIIT

SERYIJE

on Battery, Starter and
Ignition Systems.

Washtenaw Electric Shop
THE SHOP OF QJALITY
200 E. Washington St. Phone 273

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