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April 24, 1920 - Image 4

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Roast Sirloin of Beef
Brown Gravy
Fricasseed Chicken wit Biscuit
Creamed Potatoes
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Cherry Pie Raisin Pie
Vanila Ice Cream
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The Women's league conference
committee will meet at 4 o'colck Mon-
day afternon at Barbour gymnasium.
All upperclass girls who wish to-
play baseball should sign up on the
bulletinboard in Barbour gymnasium
before 4 o'clock, April 27.
University women who would like
to wait table. at summer resorts are
asked to apply at the office of the
dean of women.
Junior girls.t will be entertained at
Newberry residence Friday, April 30.r,
Wyvern will act as hostess at the tea.
There will be tea and dancing.
CityAnd County
Due to the serious oil shortage it is
probable that calcium chloride will be
used upon Ann Arbor streets this
summer.
Cleaning of the city parks has been
begun. The drives to all the parks
have been repaired and opened.
The city engineer reports an unus
ually large number of garages being
erected in the city at the present time
with a corresponding decrease in
house building.
Twetity-seven delegates were elected
recently at the Republican county con-
vention to the coming state conven-
tion in Kalamazoo.- Several members
of the faculty were among the dele-
gates elected.
Many licenses have been granted re-
cently by the probate judge for the
sale of real estate.
The teacher's examination will be
held Monday, Tuesday, and Wednes-
day of next week in the High school
building.

Miss Lou Wendland of the Univer-
sity hospital staff will undergo an op.
eration for tonsilitis" today.
Renaud Sherwood, '22, news editor of
The Daily, is at the University hos-
pital, where he underwent a tonsil-
lectomy operation yesterday.
Emily Powell, '19, of Jackson is the
Courteous and satisfactorn
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or e mail.
The Ann Arbor Savings Dank
incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $960,000.00
Lesoureoep........$4,000;000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.

PICTURE FRAMING

Student Headquarters
For everything in "Brighten Up" finishes, best assort-
ment of swing frames, HandAnade picture 'frames and
window shades at lowest prices.

Theresa Fl Bennett, '19, of Rapid
City, South Dakota, is visiting Iriends
in the University for the week end.
White Polo Shirts. Fine Quality Ox-
ford Cloth. Donaldson's, 711- N. Un-
iversity Ave.-Adv.
Indoor base balls, all sizes at Cush-
ing's.-Ad*.

Kansas for the purpose of protesting
against unreasonable prices for caps
and gowns. The meeting also includ-
ed a general protest against alleged
inefficiency of the class officers.
The Daily's specialty is service to
evervone.-adv.

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A LA CART SERVICE

WINDOW SHADES

5 TO 7 P.X.

We are offering
any Spring Hat in
our shop at
$10.00

PAINTING & DECORATING .
Phone 84 - 207 E. Liberty St.

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The water commission and city com-
mission met last night. in the council
chambers.
YALE PROFESSOR TO TEACH AT
SUMMER BIOLOGICAL STATION
Prof. George C. Nichols, of Yale uni-
versity, will be a member of the teach-
ing staff at the Biological station thin
summer. H will have charge of the
course in :;plant anatomy, previously
given by Prof. B. E. Quick, and two
courses in green cryptogams.
The University has not offered the
courses in cryptogams in any former
Summer session and it is expected that
they will attract many students. It
has been further arranged that those
who desire to. follow a course of
study of fungi can do work at the
station and make reports to Prof. C.
H. Kauffman.
ELECTION TO EDUCATIONAL
CLUB SET AT EARLY DATE
New members are to be elected to
the girls' honorary Educational society,
within the next few weeks. In order
to be eligible'to membership, at least
an average grade 'of B in educational
courses must have been made.
Nominations and elections are made
by the education faculty. 'The club
meets every other Wednes'day night
and the meetings are generally ad-
dressed by some speakers who are au-
thorities on their subjects.
FORMWER STUDENTS RECEIVE
$71,000 BUILDING CONTRACT
The county yesterday awarded the
contract for the building of a road
from Whittaker to Ypsilanti to Bailey
and Atwell, Ann Arbor contractors.
The road is. one of the most important
in the county and the contract price
was $71,000. Messrs. Bailey and At-
well, tp whom the contract was award-
ed, were formerly students of the eng-
ineering college and are a new firm
in the city.
THIEVES BREAK INTO SUGAR
CARS; BOOTY ABANDONED
Five cars loaded with sugar, lying
on the Ann Arbor Railroad tracks at
Summit street, were broken into early
Friday morning. The police' were
notified, but when they arrived the
thieves had gone. Only two barrels
of sugar had been taken from the
cars and these were left upon the.
ground nearby. In the -opinion of the
police the thieves were operating with
trucks.
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STUDENTS SPEND $40.000 IN
PURSUIT OF TERPSICHORE
During the past semester students
of.Purdue spent $40,000 for dances and
similar social functions, according to
an estimate by the Purdue Exponent.

(Second Floor)

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'hSummer Dresses in,.
Youthful Styles
We could write a full page story about the daintiness and
usefulness of these cool summer frocks.
All of them are in modes approved by style authorities
and are fashioned of sheer colorful fabrics that are ex-
tremely practical for warm weather wear.. There are
fancy organdies in white, flesh, blue; orchid, rose and,
maize shades. Plain and fancy flowered voiles are shown
in all colors. And French ginghams, beach cloths and
gingham tissues are presented in a great variety of plaids
and solid colors..

Special Prices
On Corsets
A discontinuance of the lines
of Bien Jolie and Madame
Irene corsets brings about un-
usual corset values. These
are most desirable models
for all figures and the sizes
are very complete. Madame
Irene $7.50 and $12 corsets
and Bien Jolie $2.25 to $9
models are marked 1-4 less.

"Van Raalte" Hosiery
New lace novelties in Italian Silk
Hosiery, in black only, are priced at
$10.25 a pair, including tax.
Striped lace designs in black or white
are $7.50, including tax.
Van Raalte's best quality Glove
Silk Hosiery in black or white are
$5.30, including tax.

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Swagger Coats for the Cool
Nights of Spring & Summer
Their splendid craftsmanship com-
bined with the popular fabrics used
in their styling will instantly appeal
to the young woman who is in need
of a sports coat.
They take their inspiration from cost-
ly importations, retaining all the chic
and dash of their masterful originals.
There are lengths to suit every pref-
erence in Scotch heather full wools,
plain velours, camel'sfhair and other
sports wear materials.

noeing season fellows
. Plays all records.
ve cashthis week.
d St. Phone 1646-W.
piece of property suit-
PERNITY OR SOROR-
ellent lot and a good
ce which Is right. Ask
& ALLSHOUSE, Real
nsurance. Telephone
First Nat. Bank Bldg.
e C Melody, two B flat
her Saxaphones. Call

WANTED - Incorporaed Company,
wants secretary who. will sell some
stock and push thigs. wBooks only.
No plant. Big seller in hand. Clar-
endon Publishing Company, 311 Ma-
jestic bilding, Detroit, Michigan.
LOST
LOST-From Junior Hop booth, plain
green rug, 8x10: Phone Zeta Psi
house, 120. Ten dollars reward.
LOST-Cut steel slipper buckle. Re-
ward. Call 1421-J.

(Second Floor)

(Second Floor)

ND WOMEN STU-
ummer to do exten-
uation work in the
.children. Salary
xchange for nndi-
n. Write, RALPH-
ANY, 104 So. Mich-
go, Ill.
e fraternity house
ty. Address H. R.,
or to rent for the
Call 369-M. or

YOR ENT
FOR RENT-A single room for stu-
dent; modern in every detail. Call
at 408 S. Fifth Ave.
FOR RENT-Suite suitable for two.
315 Packard.
USCLLANEOUS
PERSON is known who took silk um-
brella from Natural Science Bldg.,
Thursday. Please return to Dailyl
office.

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We have in our stocks a number of Tank Suits. in gray cotton jersey. These are re-
markable values at $2.00 each. In all sizes. We also have a few Annette Kellermans
in all wool black worsted at $7.50 each.
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