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taken possession of
reasure.
ARCADE
e scenes of "A Modern
. will be repeated for
today at the Arcades
e Hampton, is repro-
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in which the notorious
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and, upon being asked
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is based on
s dramatic

HILL AUDITORIUM
ed in a mad whirl of gaiety,
ark's follies are vividly repro-
n. "On With, the Dance," the
unt-Artcraft superspecial fea-
dae Marsh and David Powell
v itl be shown tonight at Hill
urm under the auspices of the
a Union. "On With the Dance"
: in Ann Arbor before when
the students were away'. for

ork "high life"
delineation of
an girl named
to enjoy the
td let the mor-
th the Dance,"
comedy featur-
i be shown.

Odd Jdbs, Summer Jobs, Permanent
Jobs, All Located by Organization
In the spring when housewives'
fancy lightly turns to thoughts of
house cleaning, when storm windows
change to screens, when the coal stove
comes down and the porch swing goes
up, then it Is that the Y. M. C. A. em-
ployment service works hard to meet)
the demands of housekeeping in Ann
Arbor.
The Y. M. C. A. is the only campus
medium of contact between employers
and prospective employees and as such
is called upon to furnish the necessary
assistance when Mr. Ann Arbor de-
cides to take down the storm door or
when Mrs. Ann Arbor starts the bi-
yearly offensive against dirt, dust and
comfort.
2,000 Jobs Filled
That this employment work, which is
conducted without charge, is of no
mean proportions is shown by the fact
that from the beginning of the school,
year until April 1, men were found for
more than 2,000 jobs, about 600 of these
places being of the steady variety.
Odd jobs that returned 'more than.
$2,500 were arranged for during this
period, 341 men were given positions
in which they might earn board, 35
earned their room rent, and 225 were
provided with ca'sh jobs in all imagin-
able capacities. "
To estimate the total amount the
employment bureau has directed into
students' pockets would be a hazardous
undertaking, as there is no way of
knowing how long men who were given
steady employment stuck to the ship.
That the sum is large is evident.
Plan Summer Work
In' addition to these activities during
the schoolsyear the employment serv-
ice is in communication with several
companies in regard to placing men
for the summer. Summer resorts,
steamship lines and automobile fac-
tories have been written and efforts
STRAWS-=
ARE HERE
ALL STYLES
ALL SIZES
ALL SHAPES
LOWEST1
PRICES
VARSITY
TOGGERY SHOP
1107 s. UNIVERSITY
,AVE.

are also being made to accommodate
men who wish to do farm work for
- the summer.
Within the next few weeks the em-
ployment bureau expects to be in a'
position to give definite informationr
in regard to the vacation propositions.
Series Of Clinics,
To StopJune 10o
The series of monthly clinics inaug-
uratd at the" University hospital by
Dr. Hugh Cabot, will close for this
year with the June clinic. This will
be held from Wednesday noon, June 9,
to Thursday noon, June 10. The suc-
cess of these clinics is evidenced by
the constantly large attendance
throughout the year and the many let-
ters of appreciation received by Dr.
Cabot insure the continuance of the
series with the opening of college in
the fall.
The plan as followed this year has
been to hold a combined clinic in medi,-
cine and surgery, supplemented by
roentgenological evidences, on Wed-
nesday afternoons from 1 to 4:30
o'clock. In the evening from 7, to 8
o'clock clinics in neurology, pediatrics,
and dermatology were given. The pro-
gram for Thursday morning offered
gynecology, obstetrics, and psychiatry.
The average attendance from this
state and other states nearby was
about 50 per clinic throughout the
entire series.
1,000 Gymnasium Lockers Arrive
' A shipment of 1,000 gymnasium lock
ers, ordered last fall, arrived in Ann
'Arbor yesterday. The lockers will
probably not be set up before the end
of the school year, according to a
statement from thd buildings and
grounds department yesterday, as the
need for them is now practically past.

TREE COLLECTION
COMES FROM ASIA
Prof. Harlow O. Whittemore, of the
department of landscape design, has
stated that the 5,000 seedling trees
which have recently arrived for the
Arboretum situated on the site of the
old Botanical Gardens, north of Ann
Arbor, include the finest collection of
Japanese, Chinese, and eastern Si-
berian varieties to be found anywhere.
Has Two-Fold Aim
There are, in addition, plants fro'm
the Himalayan mountains, Asia Minor,
from the Pacific northwest, and the
Mediterranean region,;besides many of
the natural Michigan varieties.
The aim of the Arboretum is two-
fold. It provides an experimental
ground for students of landscape de-
sign to watch and to assist in the
growth of all trees and .shrubs of the
northern hemisphere. It will be used
also for educational exhibits and, when
completed, will show the manner in
which an ornate park should be
arranged.
Hundreds of Lilaes
One of the special features of the
Arboretum is the collection of lilacs,
of -which there will be hundreds of
varieties.
Supt.t Charles Moody, formerly of
the University of Mistouri, and super-
intendent of the Botanical Gardens of
St. Louis, is in charge of the work at
the Arboretum.
WORK ON PRESIDENT'S HOUSE
REPORTED PROGRESSING WELL
Work on the president's house is
progressing well, according to a state-
ment from the buildings and grounds
department issued yesterday.
The former occupants of the house
now being in other quarters, the work
on the first and second floors, which
is at the present general remodeling
and repairing, is being carried on with
as much speed as possible.

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869 .
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00
Resources, $4,750,000.00
Northwest Corner Main & Huron
707 North Universiy Avenue

Lunches
Nunnally's
Candy

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COURSES IN BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION
Students preparing for a business career will find many courses
ell adapted to their needs offered during the Summer Session
is year. Some of these are: Business Organization and Man-
;ement; Corporation Finance; Principles of Accounting; Cost
.counting; Corporations; Money, Credit, and the Level of
rices; Banking and 'Foreign Exchange, and Labor Problems.
etailed information concerning courses in Business' Adminis-
ation may be obtai'ned from Professor I. L. Sharfman of the
epartment of Political Economy.
The Summer Session of the University of Michigan offers in-
ruction in the following divisions of the University:
Literature, Science, and the Arts, Engineering and
Architect'ure, 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.
Arnotuncements and information may be obtained at the

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IT'S my Murad that speaks to
me and comforts me!-it9s not the
sweet music' that so delights me!
Murads could 'n6 be so. refreshing-so
delicious-if they were not made of 100%
pure Turkish tobacco-the world's most
famous tobacco for cigarettes.

offices of the various Schools and Colleges.
information, address

For general

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T. E. RANKIN,
Box 30, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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