Eight oriental women now in the
Universtiy were reappointed to the
Barbour scholarships for oriental wo-
men for next year, at a meeting of
the committee in charge, May 18. Five
new apointments were made.,.
It was possible to increase the num-
ber of scholarships from 10 to 14 for
the coming year, on account of the
additional gifts recently made by the
Hon. Levi L. Barbour. The committee
also decided to increase the amount of
tie scholarships from $500 to $700 for'
the year 1920-1921.
The following reappointments were
made: Japanese group - kameyo
Sadakato, '22M, Tokyo; Yuki Mat-
sumoto, '23, Kanagawaken; Sugi Mi-
bai, Grad., Hyogoken; Kita Fukui, '23,
Yokohama; Chinese group-Al-Lan-,
Giang, '23M, Nanking; Helen L. Wong,
'22, Shanghai; Gien Tsin Liu, '22,
Pechsien, Kiangsu; Zok Tsung Tsao,
The following new apointments
were, made: Chinese group-Dr.
Chung, San Francisco; Japanese
group-MV s tki D. Kiuchi, Tokyo;'
Miss Sonoko Saito, Tokyo; Indian
group -Miss Probhabati Das .Gupta,
Calcutta; Miss Ashalatika Haldar, Cal-
MANY WANTED FOR
There will be no dearth of summer
work this year if the number of re-
quests for men which the Y. M. C. A.
employment bureau is receiving can
be taken as any indication. All kinds
of positions, occupations, and common
everyday jobs are open.
Two men are wanted to serve as,
hotel clerks in northern Michigan.
Any number of men can be used on
farms throughout the state. Salesmen
are -needed as soon as school is over
to sell real estate. For men who will
attend Summer school there are- a
number of board jobs open. Just at
present the bureau is swamped with
jobs of all sorts to be done immedi-
These are but a few of many. There
are others to suit the individual taste
of the seeker for employment. One
can work outdoors, indoors, in fac-
tory, in office, just as he wishes. There
are real opportunities for the person
who has not yet decided what he wish-
es to do.
Grunewald Original Creole'Pralines
of New Orleans. Tices' Drug Store,
117 So. Main.-Adv.
Fri., Sat., 21, 22-William Rus-\
sell in "Leave It to Me," also
"Snub" Pollard in comedy and
Sun., Mon., Tues., 23, 24, 25.-
Rex Beach's "Silver Horde," and
"Jiggs" in "Father's Close
na in "The 'V
Fool and Hi:
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TREATMENT to ev
er, whether the acco
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Cleaned, Bleached and Reblocked
into the latest styles, with all new
trimmings just like new.
We use no acids, pastes oV other
cheap and injurious cleaners. We
do only high-class work.
FACTORY HAT STORE,
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Capital and S
707 North 1
For that lunch of
to take up the river
119 E. Liberty Stre(
11 SHUBER T MAYT12ME
Treachery on the part of one of his
most prominent followers results in
the capture of -Black Deering, the
leader of a band of robbers in the
Southwest and the central- figure in
"The Toll' Gate," William S. Hart's
initial release under his. own com-
pany, which will be shown today and
tomorrow at the Majestic., Against
his better judgment, Deering had been
persuaded by his men, led by a bandit
named Jordan, to undertake a difficult
After being caught by the express
guards, Deering learns who his be-
trayer is and follows him to settle
the score. During his attempts at
vengeance he meets with a number of
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Y AND TOMORROW
TODAY - SATURDAY
Vloore in "THE DESPERATE
erly advertised for these dates, but'
for June release.)
lWill Rogers' latest .picture to be
shown at the Arcade is "Jes' Call Me
Jim," adapted to the sqreen from "Sev-
en Oaks," by J. G. Holland, which will
appear today and tomorrow. Irene
Rich. who has, played opposite the
comedian in several of his recent re-
leases, plays the leading feminine
part in "Jes' Call Me Jim," while Jim-
pmy Rogers who apeared with his fath-
er in "The Strange Boarder," is also
in the picture.
Charlie Chaplin in "The Pawn
Shop," is an additional feature.
Flying daily at Carpenter's Crossing,
Packard Road. Take Ypsi car. Call
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ry of "JES' CALL ME JIM" is taken from J.
book, "Seven Oaks." It is full of humor and
ich again plays the leading feminine role, while
?.ogers, son of the star, also has an important part.
We still have a number of
Bostonian and Packard Cordovan Oxfords
That sell at $16.50 and $15.00 regulary which we have priced a
A few drops of "Gets-It" knocksI
the hurt out of any corn,,at once
and soon loosens it so it lifts right.
off without any feeling. Oh, what
comfort! Now grand to walk and
dance and jump without' a single
twinge! Why not?
"Gets-It," the never failing, guar-
anteed money-back corn remover,
costs but a trifle at any drug store
Mf'd by &1 Lawnence & Co.. Chicago.,
Sold in Ann Arbor and recommended as
the world's best Corn Remedy by
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CALKINS DRUG CO.
$13.45 and $14.85
e are trying to do our share in keeping the H, C. L, as
W OF ROSALIE BYRNES"
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