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1®f2 S. Univ.
TRADE ATg
FRONT CIGAR STORE
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A meeting of all seniov women will
be held at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday, May
25, in Barbour gymnasium.
The first May' pole practice for
Lantern Night will, be held At 5I
o'clock Monday afternoon, May. 24.
Only three practices will be neces-
sary.eti
All ladies expecting to attend the
D. A. R. election on Tuesday, May 25,
at Mrs. George Pyatterson's, 2101 Hill
street, are requested to let Mrs. Pat-
terson know by postal by Saturday
evening of this week.
The only day left for freshman pos-
ture examinations will be Wednesday,
May 26. All those who hIave not taken
their examinationis should 'sign up at
once for this date. Allsophomores
who have not made> an appointment
for a posture examination -should do
so at once.-.,
Girls who, have not yet payed the
money pledged by them to the Dr. Sarg-
ent campaign fund are requested 'to do,
so at Newberry hall today.
Sophomore girls will meet at 4:30
o'clock Monday afternoon inBarbour
gymnasium. The Junior .Girls" play
'commttee and other elections will be
made at this time.
OFFICERS CHOSEN
BY DORMITORIES

A little paint talk is in order now.
Call in and we will do the rest. C.
H.. Mayor & Co., 203 E. Washington.-
4.dv.
Everything new in . wall paper, is
represented in our complete stoclk.
Phone 237. 'C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.
Read the Daily for C~mpus "News.

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Dinners. Lunches Confectionery
Ice Cream, Delicious Sodas
We Make our own Ice Cream
Orders solicited from Fraternities and
Sororities. 218 S. Main Phone 166
I SUMMER .'SES SION 19201.

PA NaA MA S
Cleaned,' Bleached and Reblocked
into the latest styles, with all new
trimmings just like new.
We use no acids, pastes or other
cheap and injurious cleaners. We
do only high-class work.
FACTORY HAT STORE,
Phone 1792. 617 Packard St.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

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SUNDAY DINNER

If you have lost time on account of the war, make it up

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in the Summer Session.

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If you have not lost time, gain some

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by summer study, and perhaps you can finish your course or
enter professional work much earlier than you have suppQsed
possible.

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Combination Salad
Sliced Tomato'and Head Lettuce
Roast Sirloin ofBeef
Brown Gravy
Fricassei d Chicken with Biscuit
Creamed Asparagus
Mashed Potatoes
DESSERT
Home-Made Cherry Pie
Strawberry Short Cake
Vanilla Ice Cream

ANN ARBOR IS AN

IDEAL PLACE

FOR

SERIOUS SUMMER STUDY. Announcements and in-
formation may be obtained at the offices of the various Schools

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Martha Cook officers for next year
have been elected and'are as follows:
Elizabeth Roberts, president; Lucile,
Johnson, vice-presidbnt; Ruth Deem-
er, secretary; Ella McNiel, treasurer.
At the annual election of Helen
Newberry residence Olga Johnson, '21,
was elected president and Beatrice
Champion, '23, was chosen as secre-
tary. The ramainder of the officers'
will be elected next fall.
N. H. FIoo, '21, Will Be Buried Today
Funeral services for M. H. Foo, '21,
who died last Sunday as the result
of injuries received_ in a hbrsebac'
accident, will be' held at 2:30 o'clock,
this afternoon in the Methodist ciurch.
The brother of the'deceased arrived
yesterday from, California and will'
attend to the interment of the body in
Ann Arbor, according to instructions
in a cablegram received from the fath-
er.
Members of the Chinese Students'
and Cosmopolitan clubs are to be pre-
sent at the services.

Tea

Coffee

Milk

12 to 2:00 P. M. Price $1.00
COME EARLY
A Ala Carte Service, 5 to 7 P. M.
WiLLITS CAFE
315 S. State treet
Phone 173

and Colleges.
Literature, Science, and the Arts, Engineering and
Architecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study, Library Meth-
ods, Biological Station, Embalming and Sanitary Sci-
ence, June 28-August 20; Medicine and Surgery, June
28-August 8; Law, June 21-July 24 and July 26-August
28;. Field Courses in Geology and Geography in Southern
Kentucky, August 30-September. 25,
For general information address

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Box o, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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Bathing Season Starts Soon
Be Prepared-- Purchase A New Costune

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MULLANES TAFFIES 'u Tices'
Drug Store, 117 So. Main St. Re-
ceived every week.-Adv.,

Are you all ready for 'the opening of the bathing season?

Have ,you a cos-

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and a woman's
imatic entertain-

Flying'daily at Carpenter's Crossing,
Packard Road. Take Ypsi car. Call
236.-Adv.

tume that is entirely satisfactory? If so you are one of a few. Many have
realized that it is only a matter of days until those who enjoy the refreshing
pastime will be swarming to the nearby beaches, and many have found them-

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selyes unprepared to go at a' moment's notice.

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'OR SALE
FOR SALE-Festival ticket for Sat-
urday afternoon.- Main floor, ninth
row. Call 1889-W.
WANTED
WANTED- Two men for clerks at
summer resort hotels; Men to work:
on farms and subdivision real estate
salesmen in Detroit, Also waiters
for commencement week and week
foliloing and for board jobs dur-
ing summer school. Many- men for
odd jobs at present time. Univ. Y.
M. C. A. Employment Office.
WAN4TED-Interviews with men de-
siring connection with large sales
force. Plenty of money in this work,
for you. See me, at City "Y" any
day after 3 P. M., George B. Wil-
son.

LOST
LOST- $10.00 reward for return of!
overcoat taken from Union Wed.
N. J. Gibbons, 621 Forest Phone
1463-J.
LOST-Heavy grey sweater at Spring
games on Ferry Field Saturday. R.
Satterfield, 2395-R.
LOST-On Ferry Field, Saturday, May
15, leather koda'k case for No. 1 Jr.
Please phone Eger, 2576-J.
LOST-Phi Rho Sigma fraternity pin.
Finder, please phone 394, Rutz, or
leave at Daily office.
LOST-Dark brown sweater at Spring
Games. Finder please return to.
306 N. State. Reward.
LOST-At Tug-of-War - dark green
suit coat. Finder please call 753.
FOR RENT
FOR, RENT-Suite across from cam-
pus, near' Hill Auditorium. Steam
heat, electric lights and gas. Price.
$4.00. Can be held, for Summer
school and next year. Call T. S. F.,,
288 S. Thayer. Phone 668-R.
. JSCELLANEOUS
STENOGRAPHEVRS desiring work
during the summer vacation should
file application in the 'Secretary's
office, University Hall, as soon as
possible.
I WILL GIVE $10 reward for over-
coat taken from Union Monday. Am
willing to exchange without seeing
person who has coat. Call Adams,
1724-M. -
NO DUST-Clean'house with Hoover
electric suction sweeper. Want work
Saturdays and every afternoon. Cail
1741-R.
CALL PACKAGE Express, Parcels of
all kinds delivered to any part of
the city. Phone 1518-R.

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During the last few days, especially, students in great numbers have been get-
ting their Bathing Costumes from our new stock. Numerous exclamations.
of delight have accompanied'the purchase of these suits for they are all charm-
ing and distinctively individual California styles and emphasize in no small
way the'trend of ideas among bathers at fashionable resorts.
This season presents color combinations and designs far more striking than
any we have seen before. Altogether the costumes are of an extremely prac-
tical nature and promise to be very popular. Colors range from the somber
shades to the most brilliant hues imaginable. Prices are from $5.50 to $13.

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Caps and Shoes to match 'any Costume may also be had

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New Cotoen Blouses
Summer weather makes more press-
ing the need of a Cotton Blouse and
a pleasing assortment awaits here
your inspection. -
Blouses of White Voile are daintily
made with frequent touches of color,
all-over embroidered dots and ruf-
fles with colored edges. Any size
may be had in all desired models.
Priced from $6 to $10.50..
(SECOND FLOOR)

Light Tailored Skirts
Just as necessary for summer wear
as the lightweight blouses are the
beautifully tailored Skirts of Gaber-
dine, Organdie and washable Char-
meusette Satin.
Every model has an irresistible
charm that evokes the admiration of
women who always seek the indi-
vidual in fashion. Prices are from
$10.50 to $18.50.
(SECOND FLOOR)

FeAtival tickets
o the course.
ow 5. $10. 518
1878-W.

WANTED-Experienced cook for fra-
ternity with table of '25, to begin in
Fall. Good proposition. Write giv-
ing references and salary expected.
Address Cook, Daily.

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WANTED-Students desired for sum-
mer work. Positions open' in near-
ly every state. Must be aggressive.
Best of wages. Box G. M., Daily.

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LOST
T-Bill folder with name Justin'
Mooney on case. Finder please
turn to 413 South Division. IRe-

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