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PERMITTED TO SEE
R11191 I AD DIIITOP°'.

iaomen

ading to degree of Doctor
h, by the Quarter system
wo and one-fourth calendar
on required for regular ad-
law being counted toward
ibrary of over 46,000 vol.
r offers special oppoituni-
rs, and practitioners.
, June 21-July 28
ly 29-September 3
epartments of the Univer-
e Summer Quarter.

ties

Courses open in all D
sity during t'h

For Announcement address
DEAN OF LAW SCHOOL, THE UNVERSITY OF
CHICAGO

* IIIL VL LiUI UltIlI UUfI ' " University Girls' Glee club will have
an important rehearsal at 4:30 o'clock
Tickets for Masques' annual play, this afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
"The New Lady Bantock," are on sale
at Wahr's and Graham's and at a There will be an extra volley-ball
booth in University hall. The per- practice for freshmen and sophomores
formances will be held at 8 o'clock on at 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
Wednesday and Thursday evenings in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. and will Short stories to be entered in Stylus
be open to both men and women, t short-story contest should be sent to
The final dress rehearsal was held a member of Stylus before May 15.
last night and stage and prop'erty com-1
mittees have completed work on the Spring tryouts for Athena Literary
stage. Music for both performances society will take place Tuesday, May
will be furnished by Phil Dia'mond's 15.
orchestra, the selections being from
the Union opera and the Junior Girls' Baseball practice hours are as fol-
play. lows: Freshmen, Monday at 5 o'clock;
sophomores, Monday at 4,o'clock; Jun-
ANNOUNCE CHANGES iors, Tuesday and Thursday at 5
IN CAR SCHEDULES o'clock; seniors, Tuesday and Thurs-
day at 4 o'clock.
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Tuttle,
Lunches
N'un nally's
Candy
Maynard St.

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Food

nner Per Week $575;
SUNDAY 'DINNER

Branch Nickels Arcade
e' EANERS
PRESSERS
Ladies' Party Gowns a Specialty

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Anpouncement has been made by
Superintendent Cady of the Detroit,f
Jackson and Chicago railway that the
following changes in the interurban.
schedule will become effective Tues-
day, May 18: \ ,
West bound limiteds will leave Ann
Arbor at 8:40 a. m and every .two
hours to 8:40 p. m. West bound, ex-
press cars will leave at 9:45 and every
two hours to 9:45 p. m. There will
also be localso- Jackson at 7:49 a. m.
and 12:10 a. m. The first local to
Detroit will leave at 5:55 . m. and
two-hourly service will begin at 7:05

Westerners' club members are to
give their second dance Saturday,
May 29, at the Packard acadmey. Plans
will be announced in detail at club
meeting Wednesday, May 26. Tickets
may be reserved with George-Lott, '23,
phone 2444-J.
A few scores for "Patricia Passes"
are still,to be obtained at Helen New-
berry residence.
Mortar Board will meet at 7:30
o'clock Tuesday night with Anna Kirk-
patrick.

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a. m. instead of 9:05 a. m. and con-,
tinue to 9:05 p. m,. There will be a JEWISH SOCIETIES
through local at 11 p .m. and one at
12:25 to Ypsilanti only. Other cars TO MEET JOINTLY
to Ypsilanti leave at 11:40 p. in. and' -
1:10 a. m. . To commemorate the occasion of the
Limited cars will leave Detroit for granting of the mandate to Great Brit-
Ann Arbor and Jackson at 6:50 a. m. ain/for Palestine, and'the consequent
and every two hours to 6:50 p. m. Ex- assurance of a Jewish homeland, the
presses will leave at 7:50 a._m. and various Jewish societies of the Uni-
every two hours to 7:50 p. m. Local versity will hold a combined meeting
cars will alsor leave five minutes ear- at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening in
lier than at present. . Lane hall.I
- The organizations which will com-'
Faculty Entertained at Newberry bine are the Michigan Menorah socie-
About 100 guests were present at ty, the Jewish Students' congregation,
the faculty tea given Sunday afternoon and the Intercollegiate Zionist socie-
at Helen Newberry residence. ty. Prominent. speakers, among them
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Cincinnati and
'Old English Floor Wax gives satis- Mr. Isadore Levin of Detroit, both of
faction whenever properly applied. C. whom baye spoken hefe before; will
H. Major & Co., 203 E. Washiigton.- deliver addresses, and Prof. I. Leo
Adv. . Sharfman will preside. Several musi-
- cal numbers are also included in the
FOR SALE program.
FOR SALE-i 'No. 9 Olivert typewriter.
1F E-fiat Alto Saxpohone-Con SPORT HATS AID DRIVE
make. both like new. (Call870-M. ! FOR SMITH COLLEGE FUND
FOR SALE-Two desirable May Fes-

Drink.
bEILICIOUS AND REFRESHING
Quenches Thirst-
Touches the Spot
THE COCA-COLA CO.
4TLANTA, GA.
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Arcade

Up the Stairs

Have You Tasted The Good
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red on our forty-foot
appeals to your own

steam and
individual

tival tickets on main floor.
Call 352-M between 7 and

$12.00.
8 P. M.

our own ovens.'

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ith rich Jersey cream.
y, and good service prevail here.

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Leave Copy
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The Delta

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LOST
LOST-Senior lit mortarb6ard be-
tween Engineering Building and Li-
brary last Thursday during Law-
Engineering rush. Kindly return to
Daly office or 417 E. Washington
St:, 1689-J.
LOST-Friday afternoon on 'Church,
Willard, Forest or Hill Sts, a shell
pink cameo, bordered with seed.
pearls and four sapphires. Reward.
Mrs. Schmitt, phone 2048-R.

FOR SALE-Slide trombone S'
plated, good condition. Excn e
slide action. Good tone, Cenuii~c
leather covered case, slide opening.
Also have good violin. Phone
Papker, 197 at once.
FOR SALE-Mutiplex Hammond type-
writer, it first calss condition. Four
sets of type - $50. Inquire, 916_
Church St.
FOR SALE-Leather case and Gibson
Mandolin, A-1 model. Call Mason,'
telephone 1505.
FOR SALE-May Festival ticket 4-G-7.
For sale cheap. Call Gower, 357.
FOR SALE-Good Mandolin-reason-
able. Call 2562.
WANTED
WANTED-Students desired for sums
mer work. Positions open in near-
ly every state. Must be aggressive.
Best of wages. Box G. M., Daily..
WANTED-Several double deck iron
cots., Cash. E. 'A. Smith, 601 Dime
Bank Bldg., Detroit.
WANTED-Two men to wash dishes
for board. Apply Sinfonia Fratern-
ity.
WANTED,- Help wanted for window
washing. Phone 17S8.'
FOUND
FOUND-Gold ring. Owner may have
same by calling at Univ. Branch of
Ann Arbor Savings. Bank and identi-
fying ring and paying for ad.
FOUND-On piano at University Mus-
ic House, Amethyst Ring. Owner
may receive same by calling there
and paying for this ad.
FOUND-A sum of .money. Owner
call and identify. 814 E. University.

Have you noticed the gay-colored
sport hats that a number of Ann Ar-
bor's fair sex have been "sporting"
,he last few days? They are hats sent
'rorn the Philippines by an alumnae of
Smith college to aid them in raising
the $4,000,000 fund, and were sold at
the card party at Martha Cook on Sat-
urday. .
'Miss Eunice Wead, who has charge
of the cmpaign for funds in Ann Ar-
bor, has announced that there are a
few left, and, as they seem to be so in
demand, they,'will be placed on sale
from 3 to 9 o'clock Tuesday, May 11,
at 18 Cutting apartments. There are
models for both men and women and
the prices range from $5 to $10. There
are both large and small models, and
the colors are as loud as could be- de-
sired, even for one's sport hat.,
TEACHERS' EXAMS ELICIT
SOME ASTONISHING ANSWER-
Remember the time when the teach-
er' look gave you a shiver, when you
hated like the dickens to put that
arithmetic problem o'n the board?
Well, that time is dead and gone, for
with this issue -the teachers' knowl-
edge is exposed to the piercing scra-
tiny of. the world.
"Scapia Flow is, a liquid flowing
rom a volcano; Helgoland is between
Austria and Germany and belongs to
the kaiser; Azores are mountains in
France; Shantung is a river in Ger-
many;- the occupations of the Swiss
people have been influenced by the
league o£ nations."
These are some of the astonishing
answers turned in at the recent coon-
ty teachers' examinations held here.
WEDDINGS OF TWO ALUMNI
SCHEDULED FOR NEXT jMONTH

cctalc vACS
The saving in rug wear alone will pay for
the TORRINGTON. It removes the
gritty, ntrodden dirt that cuts the fabric
It brightens up the delicate*colorings o
your expensive rugs and carpets and adds -
yeafs to their hfe. Free demonstration.

WASHTENA"W ELECTRICI SHOP

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THE SHOP OF QUALITY
S-- 200 E. Washingt. n St

Phone 273

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

I SUMMER SESSION 1920

9.

Ved. night.
Reward.
k hat be-
asium and
y. Please

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ecked vest contain-i
a Pin and fountain
ibrary Wed. night.
11 566. Reward.
of Union or campus
with chain and keys
d for return. Find-
on gold seal ring,
field and Barbour
ay. Reward. Call

LOST-Reed and Guthe Physics in
basement check room. Name and
address inside. Please return.
LOST-Phi Kappa Psi fraternity pin,
Illinois Alpha chapter. Please re-
turn to box M. A. K., Daily.
LOST-Large Waterman fountain pen.
Engineering Arch, Thursday. Call
R. Winslow, 184.
LOST-Elgin wrist watch in Lane hall
Sunday evening. Call 1546-J. Re-
ward.
LOST-Monks badge. Initials J. W. H.
on back. Call 2562.

More than 300 courses conducted by a staff of 260 mem-
bers of the regular faculties. All- University facilities avail-
able.. Favorable conditions for, advanced study.
Literature, Science, and t .c Arts, Engineerihg and Arcl-
,itecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study, I4brary Methods, lo-
logical Station, Embalming and Sanitary Science, June z8
August 20; Medicine and Surgery, June 28-August 8; Law,
June 21-July 24 and July a6-August 28; Field Courses in
Geology and Geography in Southern Kentucky, August so-
September 25.
Exceptional opportunities for summer study. . The work
is equivalent in method, character, and credit value to that of
the academic session, and is counted towards degrees. .Many
special lectures, recitals, concerts, and excursions. Cosmo-
politan student body. D61ightful location. Expense low. For
further information address T. E.. RANKIN. Box ao. Ann

Lton watch;

ard. Call Baker,
am wrist. watch.
face. Call 236.

t ISCELLANEOUB
WE HAVE Summer vacation positions
open for 4 or 5 students. Earnings;
as high as $20 per day. Call after-,
noons, 793-J.
CALL PACKAGE Express. New phone
1518-D. Deliveries to all parts of

FOR RENT'
FOR RENT - Four room apartment
and bath. Completely .furnished,
silverware, china and linen. I Will
rent to responsible party for fourl
months beginning June 1.
FOR RENT-Front suite-one blockl
North pf campus. Everything mod-
ern. 1724-3.

Charles Frederick Lambert, '19 of
Detroit, will be married to Miss Doro-
thy Millen of Ann Arbor on June 5.
Lambert is a member of Delta Kappa
Epsilon fraternity.
Announcement has been received
here of the coming marriage of John
Francis Boydell, Jr., '18, of Detroit, to
Miss Irene Kinsel, also of Detroit. The
wedding will take place in Detroit on
June 16.

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,Arbor, Michigan.

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