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NIORS
LIKENESS

- QUALITY

STUDIO.
"Portraits That Please"

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BRICK
ICE CREAM
Have you tried that deli-
cious cream that we have
on sale at all our stores?

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ILLINOIS PROF PRAISES
WHiTMAN AS5RATPE
"Whitman expresses many of the.
ideals of modern American democ-
racy," said Prof. Stuart P. Sherman
of the UAiversity of Illinois in his lec-
ture yesterday afternoon in Natural
Science auditorium. Professor Sher-
man's lecture was entitled "Whitman
as a Poet for the Hour."
"Whitman's work is permeated with
religious and moral intention," said
the professor. "It is great poetry, for
it expresses the aspirations of a peo-
ple. Its strength is in its rich, inter-
weaving, difficult harmony."
"Whitman's life corresponds tb three
periods of national history. In the'
period before the Civil war he is the
embodiment of the spirit of individ-
ualism, as opposed to nationalism.
During the period of the war he feels
the pressure of the nation, and loses
some of his individualism. After the
war his individualism expands, 'until
it finds its growth in the doctrine that
the nation is servant of the people,
that it mustproduce great souls,, and
that the citizens of a nation must be
nationalistic, not for the sake of the
state, but for the sake of its individ-
uals."
In A short interview after the lec-
ture, Professor Sherman expressed his
admiration of the Library and the
Union and praised other features of
the campus.
ALICE IN WONDERLAND TO BE
GIVEN IN N. S. AUDITORIUIT
In accordance with a suggestion of
the, buildings and grounds committee,
the time and place of "Alice in Won-
derland" which was to be given Mon-
day in Hill auditorium will be chang-
ed. There will be two afternoon per-
formanes ,and, two evening 'per
formances because a smaller place
Natural Science auditorium, will he
used. The shows 'will start at 2, 4,
7, and 8:30 o'clock Monday.,
This production is under the an-
dspices of the women oftBryn Mawr
and Smith colleges, for the benefit of
their endowment funds.
Tickets are on sale at Wahr's book
store for both reserved seats and gen-
eral admission.
WOMEN NEEDED TO CARE FOR
MENTALLY DISABLED SOLDIERS

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A few senior collars are available
for women who were not able to se-
cure them before. They may be pro-
cured at the office of the Dean of
Women.,

S M T W T F S
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PANAMAS
Cleaned, Bleached and Reblocked
into the latest styles, with all new
trimings just like new.
We use no acids, pastes or other
cha p and injurious cleaners. We
do only high-class work.
FACTORY HAT STORE
Phione ,r792, 617 Packard St.

' Today is the last day for freshman
and sophomore physical exami na-
tions. All girls who have not had an
examination should report at the
gymnasium today.
The University Girls' Glee club was
entertained by the Freshman Girls'
Glee club last night at a picnic up the
river. After the party, the girls re-
turned, and serenaded several of the
girls' houses.

er, whetner 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

The Women's Cosmopolitan
will meet at 7:30 o'clock Friday
ning at Newberry hall.

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17 NICKELS ARCADE

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From 11 a. m. to 1p. m.
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COURSES IN BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION

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ENGRAVING & EMBOSSING
100 cards from old plate........$2.00
100 cards and new plate, from......$3.00 up
Place your order now and secure -prompt delivery

N BRICKS or THREE LAYERS
on sale every day and
SPECIAL FOR SUNDAYSf
e One Home for Your Dinner!,

From 5 p.in,.to 7 p.i,
POT OF HOT TEA
AND
A BOWL OF RICE
WITH
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
35c
Chinese and American
Style Short Orders
iome-made and Bakery Rolls
613 East Liberty Street
Phone 604-R

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Students preparing for a business career will find many courses
well adapted to their needs offered during the Summer Session
this year. Some of these are: Business Organization and Man-
agement; Corporation Finance, Principles of Accounting; Cost
Accounting; Corporations; Money, Credit, and the Level of
Prices; Bankihg and Foreign Exchange, and Labor Problems.
Detailed information concerning !ourses in Business Adminis-
tra,tion may be obtained from Professor I. L. Shai-fman of the
Department of. Political Economy.

THOSE F L NILMS

The Summer Session of the University of Michigan
struction in the following divisions of the University:

offers in-

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tt you exposed the other day.,
g them in and get good prints,
promptly
ODAKS -AND FILMS,

V ALUE!
The best possible value
for long time wear and
service is secured by or-
dering a
HAND-TAILORED
SUi T.
drafted to
'YOUR PERSONAL
MEASUREMENTS.

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Literature, Science, and the Arts, Engineering and
Architecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study, L4brary Meth-
ods, Biological Station, Embalming and Sanitary Sci-
ence, June 28-August 20; Medicine and Surgery, Jpne
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.

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at all Our

Stores ,

ALBERT GANSLE
113 South Main Street
SECOND FLO'OR)

Announcements and information may be obtained at the
offices of the various Schools and Colleges.) For general
information, address
T. E. RANKIN,
Box 30, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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COR. E. & S. UNIVERSITY AVE.

Dean Myra B. Jordan has received
a telegram from Smith college asks
ing for names of college graduates
who would be interested in training
for phsychiatric social work for the
care of mentally disabled soldiers.
The, United States bublic health
hospitals need workers who have had
training of this sort. Women who
are interested. in taking advantage of
a limited number of scholarships at
3T. the Smith college training school of
social work are asked to .call at the
office of the dean of women for furth-
fter information.

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JTH STATE ST.

711 PACKARDS

PROFESSOR DAVIS ADDRESSES
WOMEN'S EDUCATIONAL CLUB

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The Delta,

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& WOMEN'S NEW

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FOR kALE
LLE-Two large houses, highly
able, first class location. Suit-
for Fraternities or Sororities.
erated as rooming houses they
rield 20 per cent on the invest-
Adress .602 Monroe and 522,
oe. Phone 2612-J. Deal with
ALE-Buick Six Touring Car.
xcellent condition throughout.
anically perfect. Cord tires.
ndy looker. Runs like a new
Must be seen to be appreciat-
kct quickly. Ann Arbor Buick
120 W. Huron St.
ALE-One-third off on cloth,
and furs at Zwerdling's. Also
ads of plaiting made at Zwerd-
Ladies' Tailor and Furrier.'
Lilng Bldg., 217 E. Liberty. Es-

WANTED
WANTED-A Technician in the labor-
atory of the Grace Hospital for the'
summer or possibly permanently.
If interested please write to the Di-
rector of the Laboratories of the
Grace .Hospital.
WANTED-Experienced female pian-
ist with sales ability. .,Full time
work. University Music House.
WANTED-Student Help. Also engag..-
ing help for summer season. Ar-
cade Cafeteria.
WANTED - To purchase a canoe.
Large size and good finish prefer-
red. Phone Me at 1672.
WANTED-Canoe in first-class condi-
tion. Box C. F., Daily.
LOST
LOST-Trench coat. Left on Senior
benches. Call McKee at 566.
LOST -Zeta Beta Tau fraternity
badge. Finder please phone 1104.
Reward.
XISCBLI ARIOUS-
WHAT WILL YOU DO WITH YOUR
SUMMER VACATION? Would you
care to earn two, three, or five
thousand dollars beitre the start
of the Fall Semester? See Pratt or
Nyman. Phone 2220, 6 to 7 P. M-
A four months Vacation for Summer
Students in the City "Y" for $3.00.--

The Girls' Educational club held its
annual initiation ceremony at Martha
Cook building . Wednesday evening.
Prof. C. O. Davis, of the education de-
partment, addressed the meeting and
plans for the forthcoming year were
discussed.
School Children to Hold Play Festival
Ann Arbor school children number-
ing 2,500 will take part in the play
festival to be given this afternoon in
West Park. The festival, the biggest
program ever attempted here, is un-
der the direction of the physical edu-
cation department of the city schools.
Among the folk dances scheduled is
the Spanish L'Zoronta, and the Swiss
May revel, followed by athletic poses.

Shoes

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Oxto rds

STARTS FRIDAY at 8 A. M

We are starting our College End Sale one week earlier this
year because we have an enormous stock of Spring 8 h o e s
and Oxfords that we must dispose of before school ends-
hence these prices.

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'LANTERN NIGHT
Order of Events
4:00 P. M.- Finals in archery,
and tennis, championship base-
.ball game.
6:00 P. M.-Supper on the field.,
7:00 P. M.- Maypole dance by
freshmen and sophomore'
classes.
7:30 P. M.-Lantern procession.

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MEN'S DEPT.

WOMEN'S DEPT.

$16.50 Cordovan Oxfords, now... ..$14.45

$15.00

Brown and fieldmouse shoes. $12.85

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E-$45 Victrola with 37 lat-
)rds. Best offer by Saturday.
, 810 E. Washington St.

$15.00 Cordovan Oxfords, now..:..

$14.00
$13.50

Calf Brogue Oxfords, now ...
Calf Oxfords, now.......

12.95
11.45
1 1.45
14.95
14.95

$13.00 Black and brown kid shoes... 11.85
$12.00 Oxfords in brown calf, now. . 10.45

- One motorcycle
Phone 2129-W.

$40.00

FOR RENT
ENT-Rooms for the Summer
on, can comfortably accommo-
eight students. Modern house,
locality. 924 E. Am St.

Are you a true Michigan Man? If
so keep in touch with all the teams,
at home and abroad by reading The
Daily each morning.--Adv.'
MULLANES TAFFIES at Tiegs'
Drug Store, 117 So. Main St. Re-
ceived every week.-Adv.
De Klyn's Candies of Cleveland.
Tices' Drug Store, 117 So. Main.-Adv.

$16.00 Florsheim Oxfords, now, , .
$16.00 Brogue Oxfords, now, .. , .

$11.00
$10.00
$ 9.00
$ 8.00

Oxfords-black or brown, now
Oxfords and-shoes, bl'k or br'n
Oxfords-black or brown. .*..
Oxfords-black or brown....

8.45
7.45
6.95

These are only a few of the bargians

A large stock of white oxfords at low prices

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