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Summer Nilinery Display
at the Parlors of
STEVENS v PERSHING.
/vhere you ivill alkay find the up-to-the-minute styles.
PHONE 1028W 618 PACKARD, near State
Ladies wishing student help
women) for the Summer
ion should apply at once to
irs. Jordan's office,
EXPECT PLAN WILL MEET
APPROVAL Of STEWARDS
SECOND CONFERENCE TO DISCUSS
CO-OPERATIVE PLAN FOR
Co-operative buying among members
of the interfraternity council will be
discussed and probably adopted at a
meeting of fraternity stewards to be
held at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening at
Last week the matter was brought
up at a like meeting, and 22 fraterni-
ties were represented, all of whom
expressed themselves as in favor of
such a project. Owing to the fact that
only 22 were present, final action could
not be taken on the proposition be-
cause, to make it a financial saving,
it will be necessary for at least 40
fraternities to enter into the agree-
At the last meeting there was not a
dissenting steward. It is expected that
the proposition will go over big at the
next conference. The organizers of
the co-operative buying plan expect
that a large sum will be saved for
the fraternities by buying their sta-
ples 'together. This will enable them
to command the lowest market prices
a'nd may save as much as a dollar a
week on the board of each fraternity
member. Although it may not work
out to be such a large saving, an
appreciable amount will be made by
the proposed system.
Used at Other Schools
After a sufficient trial for satisfac-
tion, it is probable that the details of
the plan will be worked out so that
more goods tobbe bought will be in-
cluded, consequently making a larger
saving. Wholesale prices may bese-
cured by co-operative buying, thus
eliminating all overhead expense,
such as clerk hire, rent, and other
Similar plans have been found to
be effective at Cornell, Harva'd, and
other large universities. At Cornell
a system is employed by the fraerni-
ties and at Harvard the plan is used
-by the house clubs, as there are no
ALLIES INSIST UPON TERMS
OF TREATY GIVEN GERMANS
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insist upon the terms of the peace
treaty substantially as drafted.
This is the reply to Count Von
Brockdorff-Bantzas, head of the Ger-
man peace delegation, who submit-
ted a note to Premier Clemenceau de-
claring that the treaty contains terms
which could be borne by no people
and that many of them were incapa-
ble of accomplishment.
The German delegation has also been
informed, in answer to its complaint
that Germany was asked to sign the
Allied plan for a LeagueoftNations
although not among the states invit-
ed to enter it, that the admission of
'additional member states has been ex-
plicitly provided for in the second
2:00--Members of the Varsity Glee
and Mandolin club meet in full dress
at Randall's studio for a group pic-
2:15-Special meeting of Polonia Lit-
erary society in Y. M. C. A.
7:30-Mandolin club rehearsal in Lane.
All men from Calhoun and Shiawas.
see counties are asked to meet at 7
o'clock Monday evening in Y. M. C.
315 S. STATE ST.
12 to 2 5 to 7
Cream of Tomato
Olives Young Radishes
Roast Sirloin of Beef,
Roast Young Chicken
with Sage Dressing
Cut Wax Beans
Bread or Rolls
Sliced Cucumber Tomato
Green Apple Pie
Fresh Strawberry Short Cake
Vanilla Ice Cream
Tea Coffee Milk
Our Beautiful New Dining Room
is Headquarters for
MAY FESTIVAL PATRONS
A. to discuss plans for forming sec-
FORESTRY FIELD DAY DRAWS
GOODLY NUMBER OF PIONICERS
About 30 people were present atthe
annual Forestry Field day Saturday.
The ball games and the steak barbe-
cue proved to be the most popular at-
tractions. Some of the men remained
at the Forestry farm over night even
though it became quite cold toward
MEN- Two energetic, with rig or
automobile, to sell unusual line in the
country. BIG MONEY! Must have
small capital and furnish references.
Apply Country, careof Daily.-Adv.
See the NUw Cig rette Cas
CITY CIGAR STORE
110 E. HURON ST.
We are showing a full line of
- White - Flannel
Tinker & Company
Clothiers. Furnishers and Hatters
342 S. State St., at-William St.
Why Are You
We are giving you the best satisfaction on your garments.
quality of our cleaning and dyeing is the highest only.
e efs teak
Send your old clothes. We'll make them look like new. Your new
garments will look more new. Give your garments a refreshment.
We clean and dye portieres, lace curtains, and rugs.
PRESSING and REPAIRING
Phone 1995J 601 East Liberty Street
We Call For And Deliver
Dinners are so
hard to equal.
paragraph in article one of the coven-
FORMER BUSINESS MANAGER
OF TECHNIC IN ANN ARBOR
A. J. Duffee, '12E, of the General
Electric company, spent Friday and
Saturday in Ann Arbor. In 1912 Duf-
fee was business manager of the
Technic. He has recently been trans-
ferred from the Chicago office to the
General Electric concern In Detroit.
The Daily sees all and knows all.
Let It be your guide.-Adv.
Burchfield & Co.
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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.
We are making high grade White
Flannel Trousers for Twelve and
Fourteen Dollars and have plenty
of material for the season.
PHONE 2207 or 81-F1
106 E. Huron Street
Famous Anthracite & Bituminous Coal& Coke
on Battery, Starter and
Washtenaw Electric Shop
THE SHOP OF QUALITY
200 E. Washington St. Phone 273