__ _THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Notice Senior Dents
Your Class Canes are Here
WADHAMS' AND CO.
VICTORY LOAN BONDS
$4.00 per week will purchase a $100.00 Bond
$2.00 per week will purchase a $50.00 Bond
STATE ST. STORE
glad to carry them for you
Satisfaction Has been Our M'fost Successful
Farmers and Mechanics Bank
Next Season W e
Shall "Carry - On"
--this Idea Ailvays
101-105 SO. MAIN ST.
330 $0. STATE ST. (Nickels Arc ade)
Member of the Federal Reserve
Place your order for engraved calling cards now and avoid the
last moment rush. I have a large list of specimens from which to make
I your selection. ioo engraved cards with copper plate $2.0o to $4.75.
Printing from yourplate $1.25 per hundred.
0. D. MORRILL, 17 Nickels Arcade
See Our Window
ARCADE JEWELRY SHOP
Carl F. Bay
Headquarters for Fine Stationery
T. I. BID D LE
Typewriting and Mimeographing
Law, Medical and Dental Books
Real Custom Tailoring
D. E. GRENNAN
New and Second Hand
Bought. sold or exchanged
FOOTWEAR OF QUALITY AND DISTINCTION
the best of service when you are with us.
sanitary fountain service cannot be excelled.
RAY'S BETSY ROSS SHOP
60.62 Washington St.
After July 15
101 Washington Blvd.
Developing 19 Print's 3e, 4c, 6e
Films Developed and Printed
BY THE MOST IMPROVED METHODS
We -have the best equipped shop in the city
Leave films before 9 a. m.
Get your prints at 5 p. m. the Same Day
ARCADE FLORAL SHOP
OPLN every day, except
-Sunday from 8 am. to 6 p. m.
. M. C. A. OFFERS 6TUDENTS
SUMMER SERVICE WORK
Any sophomore, junior, or senior in-
rested in college, summer servfbe,
roup work of the Y. M. C. A., in New
ork City, should see Secretary N. C.
Fetter at the University Y. M. C. A.
No salary is given with these posi-
tions, but expenses will be paid by the
institution served, and there will be a
good opportunity to learn settlement
work in the large cities.
Recognized as a model throughoutJ
the country and setting the standard
Several Ann Arbor Homoeopathic
men will attend the 50th annual ses-
sion of the Homoeopathic Medical so-
BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH
We have a new three story building where, if requested,
cars can be removed from the first floor. This is the maximum
insurance, against their being molested or bumped into by the
usual garage traffic.
UNITED STATES TIRES LUBRICATING.OILS
STAEBLER f SONS
Service Station 209-211 S. Ashley Phone 686
%REO OAKLAND DORT AUTOMOBILES
for such courses in other institutions, ciety of the State of Michigan May 21
the summer course in embalming andf and 22 in Jackson.
FOR SALE-Leatherbound Birthday
Book containing autographs of about
35 of the most noted actors and ac-
tresses, as Salvini, Booth, Barrett,
Jefferson, Marlow, Modjeska, Mans-
field, etc. Interested address Box W
care the Daily.
FOR SALE- Michigan-Chicago track
pictures taken by a Grafiex. Arcade
Floral Shop, Nickels Arcade.
LOST-Leather note book, please re-
turn to Daily office or call up Wil-
LOST-Friday on Haven Ave. or Cam-
pus, leather leash with snap for dog
collar. Finder phone 2710.
LOST-A. K. K. Fraternity pin. Call
Bauer, Phone 921, 102 S. 12th St.
LAST-Let the Dail Sad that bit
FOUND-A sweater at class games.
Owner can have same by proving
property and paying for ad. Call at
WANTED-To rent by private family.
For June and July. Home with.
about nine rooms. Phone 1288-M.
FOR RENT--Single front room, two
blocks south of campus. Phone
MISCELLANEOUS - Will the party
who took hat from Hill auditorium
Friday night please return it to box
office in exchange for his own.
4ISCELLANEOUS -'The Washtenaw
Country Club is still available for a
party May 28. Inquire Quarry Drug
sanitary science is receiving consider-
] able notoriety. The State Association
of Embalmers is making a special ef-
fort to secure a large enrollment and
unusual interest is being shown in the
course offered. The summer session
office has just had a speciti pamphlet
printed describing the work more in
Special instruction will be given in
anatomy, autopsy technique, bacteri-
ology and sanitary science, chemistry,
mortuary and probate law, and prac-
tical embalming. Experimental lec-
tures, recitations, and laboratory work
comprise the work offered.
Dr. A. S. Warthin, Prof. V. H. Lane,
Dr. Snyder, Mr. Scott, and Mr. Hohen-
schuh will comprise the faculty.
LEEVER, EX-'19, RETURNS FROM
OVERSEAS FOR SHORT VISIT
Ensign Lawrence C. Leever, ex-'19,
of Ann Arbor, has been home for a
,short visit with his parents, having
returned from overseas May 10. En-
sign Leever is now in the transport
service, and his visit was a hurried
,one due to the early sailing of his
ship. He left the University in his
Junior year, Joining the navy shortly
after the outbreak of hostilities.
Dr. D. W. Myers and Dr. C. B. Stouf-
fer of the University Health service
will conduct discussion groups follow-
ing lectures. Dr. Stouffer will discuss!
On the evening of Wedniesday, May
21, Dr. F. J. Cody, '17H, of the fac-
ulty, will lecture on "Foreign Bodies
in the Eye." In the afternoon Dr. C.
B. Kinyon, also of the faculty, will
lead in a discussion of "Obstetrics."
Entertainment will be provided by
the committee in charge of the con-
ference for the wives attending with
their husbands, and the Country club
will be turned over to the ute of the
delegates Wednesday afternoon. An
exceptionally large attendance is look-
DAILY MEN WANTED
Three or four men are wanted
to work on the editorial side of
The Daily. They should seethe
city editor between 1 and 3
CHINESE STUDENTS ORGANIZE
BUREAU TO GIVE INFORMATION
Topics Relating to Liff, Government,
Customs, to Be Handled by
In order to give general information
about China to students of the Uni-
versity and outsiders as well, the Chi-
nese Students' club has recently' ap-
pointed a committee composed of one
member from each department.
The primary purpose of this bureau
is to tell facts to any Americans who
wish to go into any line of work in
China. Whether about business condi-
tions, missionary work, or any ques-
tions in regard to the customs, life,
geography, or government, this bureau
will be glad to give replies either by
lecture or letter.
Communications should be addressed
to either the Chinese Students' club or
to F. C. Liu, the president. The stu-
dents appointed on the committee to
handle the bureau are as follows Hsiu
C. Tung, '20, literary college; Tsing
L. Li., '21, medical and dental depart-
inents; Wu Kai Hung, '22E, engineer-
ing college; F. C. Liu, '21L, law
school; G. A. Lee, '19P, pharmacy col-
Use the Lauy to reach the students.
Four thousand stuaents read it every
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