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May 26, 1920 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-05-26

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---- "American women have fallen be-,
[aypol6 dance practice hind their European sisters in the In-
5 o'clock Thursday, dustrial field during the past six
bour gymnasium. years," said Miss Florence Jackson,
president of the Women's Educational
)h interclass baseball and Industrial Union in Boston, when
eyed at 5ro'clock Wed- she spoke to the girls interested in,
at Paliier fleld. The vocational work yesterday, at Bar-
at Plme fied. hebour gymnasium.
ime will be played atborgmai.
day. May 27. She explained her statement by say
ing that the war had brought women
collars are available to the front in Europe, and had fore-
ear nat abletoa- eda them to meet new conditions. "At
re. They: may be pro- 'present," she added, "there is an or-
fle of the Dean ofy p ganized society of women engineers in
London, and a woman in charge of:
the entire bureau of public works in
Pisa, Italy. American women will
a meeting of the Girls' have to wake up to the situation if
b at 8 o'clock Wednes- they do not wish to be left behind in
Cook dormitory. New the race."
M initiated at this time. Miss Jackson described the systems
- of vocational guidance in use at sev-
a meeting of the en- eral of the large colleges and made3
A. at 4 o'clock Wed- suggestions for the vocational workI
n at Newberry hall, to at this. University next year.
cdes t9be adoted for tIn speaking of teachingas a voca-f
tion she said that she wished to. cor-
rect the statement that has been
ic league of the Uai- spread abroad over the country to the
f Mtisic, will hold.its effect that no members of this year's
at 6 o'clock Wednes- graduating class at Vassar intended
t the Congregational to teach. "Shortly after the first ar-
can be secured at the tile appeared," she said; "another one
c until this noon. folowed contradicting it and telling the
correct number of girls that were se-
left for freshman pos- lecting teaching as their profession.
us will be Wednesday, The second article unfortunately did
)se who have not taken not receive as wide publication as the
ons should sign up at first. Teaching is and probably al-
late. All sophomores ways will be the most popular work
made an appointment for women. At present 90 per cent1
examination should do of the teachers in the, United States
are women."
- I
"Portraits That Please"

Big Addition to Detroit Creamery Plant in' Detroit

The six-story building pictured' herewith, and
which will be completed within a few weeks, will
give the Detroit Creamery plant a ground area
of an entire block right in the downtown section
of the city, bounded by Grand River, Cass and
Adams Avenues, Clifford and Middle Streets.
Since its lincorporation in 1900, the Detroit
Creamery has grown at 'a tremendous rate, neces-
sitating a constant expansion and greater facilities
year after year. Much of this success is due to'
the excellence of Velvet Brand Ice Cream. More
than 2,000 dealers h'andle this delicious food-re-
freshment and the sales last year ran over 2 1-4
million gallons
The new building, togther with a re-arrange-
ment of the entire plant will provide facilities for
the production of 4 million gallons of ice cream


per year.


1 -

Birds' Eye View of Detroit Creamery Plant





Log" . copy.
QUArryj and
Th Debt

This is a reproduction of a photograph of the Detroit Crea mery plant taken before the new addition was begun. Last year
the Detroit Creamery did a business of over, 12 million dollars which included an increase of more than 250 thousand. dollars in
the sale of milk and cream alone. As well as the main plant, the Detroit Creamery operates three big branches in Detroit 'and
about 30 Milk and Cream Stations throughout the state. No other one factory in the world makes and sells so much Ice Cream
as the Detroit Creamery. This fact has been widely commente d upon by trade papers throughout the country. The record of
Nlvet Brand sales is a marvel to other manufacturers.


-A small gold mesh bag with
st6ne, and catbh. Somewhere
cinity of Sleepy Hollow. Find-
lease return to 429 Hamilton
e or call Kline; 2451. Sub-
lal reward.
-A reward is offered for the re-
of a bunch of keys lost by an
oyee of the Buildings and
nds Department. Call 2486.
-Sunday, May 23, at Barton
a black leather handbag. Suit-
reward if returned to addressI
ag.. Phone 2612-J.I
-In or near Hill Auditorium
ay night, $i-focal glasses in
Reward. Call 1612-W.
-Zeta Beta Tau fraternity
e. Finder please phone 1104.
-On May 22 in Chem. building,'
tain pen with silver barrel.
er kindly return to Daily office.


jincoat at ball game Wed-
west section grandstand,
)w. Reward. Stone 2649-3.

FOR SALE-One-third off' on cloth,
silks and furs at Zwerdling's. Also
all kinds of plaiting made at Zwerd-
ling's, Ladies' Tailor and Furrier.
Zwerdling Bldg., 217 E. Liberty. Es-
tablished 1904.
FOR SALE-Corona portable type-
writer. Good condition. Purchased.
'last Winter. 335 E. Jefferson. Wed-
nesday, 3 o 6 P. M.
FOR SALE - Beautiful Registered
Persian kittens. Make pretty gifts.
irs. Guy L. Mullisin, 326 E. Ann.
FOR SALE-1916 Ford Coupe. Good
condition. Call Heald; 726-M.
FOR SALE-Gibson Mandolin, prac-
tically new. Phone 349-M.
FOR SALE- A banjo-mandolin and
case. Call 1828-3.
FOR SALE-Folding camp cot. Phone
Marston, 2236-J, evenings.
WANTED-A man Playground Direc-
tor for July and August. Detroit
Playground. Apply by letter to
Mrs. George C. Thrall, 189 Parker
Ave., Detroit.
WANTED-Chef and wife. Must be
first class and able to furnish good
references. Hotel, Box 2, Walloon
Lake, Mich.
WANTED-Student Help. Also engag-
in'g help for summer season. Ar-
cade Cafeteria.
WANTED-Experienced female pian-
ist with sales ability. Full time
work. University Music House.
WANTED - Waitresses and kitchen
girl. Hotel, Box 2, Walloon Lake,
FOR RENT- Four newly furnished
'rooms, excellently located. Phone
FOUND-Fur neckpiece Friday P. M.,
near Obesrvatory. Call 702-R.

The Favorite in Ann ror oo



Pair of shell-rim glasses.
call 237f2.
and Book. Baritone Saxo-
Cap Night. Call 936-W.

IT-Theta Phi Alpha Pin.
n back. Call 1892.


So many Ann Arbor people had eaten Velvet Brand Ice Cream in Detroit that when we opened, our branch in Ann Arbor,
business started right off with a jump. Velvet Brand was not in much need of an introduction. We have facilities for supplying
every dealer here with all the Ice Cream he can sell. There will be no lack of service no matter how fast the demand may in-
crease-and it looks now as if everybody in this college town will soon ask for Velvet Brand Ice Cream. Quality is a great
thing in Ice Cream and that is where Velvet Brand has made its big reputation. Such rich, wholesome and delicious Ice Cream
as Velvet Brand can only be made under the most ideal conditions and where the output is great enough to permit of the most
expensive ingredients being used. The Detroit Creamery makes its own vanilla extract and fresh fruit flavor. Every "batch"
of cream is tested in the Laboratory. There can be no variation of quality in Velvet Brand. Special brick Ice Cream in a
different combination of flavors each week is a Velvet Brand feature that has made -a tremendous hit in Ann Arbor and wherever
offered. It is especially satisfying for dessert with the Sunday dinner or to serve at any home entertainment. Why not leave an
order now with a Velvet Brand dealer so you can have one of these special bricks next Sunday

z Co. representative will be at
Allenel Hotel on Wednesday,
26 from 8:30 A. M. to 6:00 P.
o interview men for summer
:. Good wages. Practical ex-
mce. Pleasant work.
-The Knights of Pythias Will
a May party Thursday, May' 27.
ping from 8:30 to 1L' Knights
their friends aretcordally invit-
Rhodes Jazz Orchestra. Bill,

Detroi't .,'Creamery
Ann' Arbor Branch-Corner Detroit and Kingsley Streets
Telephone 1768-J

desiring work
er vacation should
n the Secretary's
Hall. as soon as

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