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May 29, 1920 - Image 4

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COMPLI

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1002' S. Univ.

IN BUSINESS

TRATIOP4

for a business career will find many courses
needs offered ;luring the Summer Session
iese are: Business Organization and Man-
Finance ; Principles of Accounting ; Cost
tions ; Money, Credit, and the Level of
'Foreign Exchange, and Labor Problems.
concerning courses in Business Adminis-
ed from Professor I. L. Sharfman of the
:al Economy.
n of the University of Michigan offers in
ving divisions of the University:

ence,
nacy
ition ,

and the Arts, Engineering and
Graduate Study, Library Meth-
Embalming and Sanitary Sci-
20; Medicine and Surgery, June
e 21-July 24 and July 26-August
ology and Geography in'Southermr
eptember 25.

FOR CAMP DAVIS'
Final plans have been announced
by the men expecting to go to Camp1
Davis this summer. The camp of-
ficers for the coming session are as
follows: Camp manager, R. Alexand-
er, '20E; editor of the Black Fl'y, H.
G. McManee; business manager, H. D.
Thorne, '20E; transportation manag-
er, B. Brener, '21E; athletic director,
M. D. Van' Wagoner, '21E.
Prof. C. T. Johnston who is in
charge of the camp, spoke to the -men
on camp life and its various activities
and offered suggestions regarding the
necessities which should be brought
along. The main point which he em-
.hasized was the necessity of the
treasurer's receipt.
As the camp will start Monday,
June 28, all men are advised to re-
port not later than Saturday, June 26.
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..
Athena Literary society will hold its
initiation of new. members at 11:00
o'clock, Saturday morning, May 29.
The ceremony will be held on the
fourth floor of University hall. After
this the members and out-of-town
guests will go for a picnic.
Following the custom of past years,
Wyvern will hold its annual spring
house party on Decoration day at
Whitemore lake. About 15 girls will
attend the week end party which is
the last meeting of the society this
year. The party will break up Monday:
night.
Campus News
Emanuel Wolner, '22, has announced
his engagement to Miss 'Sylvia Weis-
man, of Detroit.

We have an attractive auto acces-
sory which you can sell and make
good money during vacatoin. Write
for particulars. THE JIFFY COM-
PANY, INC., 742 Market Street,CSan
Francisco.-Adv.
Don't feel sorry for yourself if you
have to go to Summer School. A $3.00
summer membership at the City "Y"
will make it a round of pleasure.-
Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.--Adv.

VAN'S LUNC
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Cream of Asparagus
Wafers s
Olives Radishes

Schools and Colleges.;

For general

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.Roast Sirloin of Beef
Brown Gravy
Chicken a la Maryland
New Wax Beans
Creamed Potatoes

New watches from the
Gruen Watchmakers' Guild

. RANKIN,
Box 3o, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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Come in and see the new creations of this "Worthy Company

Sliced Tomatoes

of Watchmakers."

You will say you have never seen w

Sotlas and
Sundaes

Home-made Raisin Pie
Stravlberry Short Cake
Vanilla Ice Cream
Tea Cofee Milkxlice Tea
12 TO 2 P M.-PRICE $1.00
Only One Meal Served Sunda

more beautiful for men and women. And we can assure
that there is no name that means greater assurance of absol
dependability than that on the face of these timepieces-
name Gruen.

HALLER

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University

Mrs. C. F. Sommers, '96, of 'fort
Huron, is the guest of friends in Ann
Arbor over this week end.
Wilma Welsh, ex-'21, of Minneapol-
is, Minn., is visiting friends in the
city for a few days.
Helen Shepherd Wood, ex-'20, of De-
troit, is spending the week end with
friends in Ann Arbor.
STYLUS TO DECIDE CONTEST
WINNERS UP HURON TODAY
At nine o'clock this morning Stylus
members will retreat to the wilds of
the lower boulevard which skirt the
Huron, and there with plenty of fresh
air to breath will read the many con-
tributions which they . have received
in their annual short story contest.
To assist them to recuperate after the
strenuous ordeal is complete, huge
baskets of lunch, which they ,will tote
along with them, will be devoured.
Winners of the contest will be an-
nounced tomorrow and the newly
elected members early next week.

WiLLITS CAFE
315 S. State -Street
Phone 173

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Get Good Goods at Goodyear's
Newest Summer W
Dainty Frocks in Pleasing Sty

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New, smart and altogether expressive of the best that fashion has designed
are these new frocks for summer. Each model is charming and distinctive,
showing the saucy neck lines, the dainty short sleeves and a snugness of fit.
The exquisite colorings used .cannot be adequately described so an early visit
is imperative to appreciate their loveliness, daintiness and practicableness for
fashionable summer wear.
Silk, cotton, and linen dresses of sheer summer fabrics are made up in modes
entirely of the moment.'Sizes and the style range are complete in every respect.
*
THE COTTON AND LINEN DRESSES ARE PRICED FROM
$12.50 TO $39.50; THOSE OF SILK FROM $19.50 TO $59.50.

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XISCELLANEO US
MEN WITH SELLING EXPERIENCE.
Watch for full page ad in Daily next
week. Summer work in Detroit with
and under Michigan men. We can
interest you. For further informa-
tion call Pratt or Nyman, 2220.,

STRAWS=
ARE HERE
ALL STYLES

ALL SIZES
ALL SHAPES
LOWEST

(Second Floor)

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Six Touring Car.l
ition throughout.
ect. Cord tires.
Runs like a new
to be appreciat-
Ann Arbor Buick
ron St.
ird off on cloth,
;wergling's. Also
g made at Zwerd-
lor and -Furrier.
17 E. Liberty. Es-
trola with 37 lat-
offer by Saturday.
Washington St.

POSITIONS OPEN for 4 or 5 students
Part or whole time. Possibly in your
home town. Congenial work and as-
sociatoin, $40.00 to $100.00 per week.
Call at room 412 First Nat'l. Bank
Bldg:, Ann Arbor, Mich.
LOST

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CHARMING BATHING COSTUMES!

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VARSITY

LOST-A diamond from a ring some-
where between 540 Packard and
Tappan Hall. Reward if finder calls
1457-M.
LOST - An S. A. E. pin, diamond
shaped, on, Thursday evening,.
Phgne 710-W. Liberal reward.
LOST-Trench coat. Left on Senior
benches. Call McKee at 566.
,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 thel

TOGGERY SHOP

Bathing Costumes galore in the striking and charmingly effective color com-
binations of California styles greet the lover of the refreshing summer pastime.
Never before have we seen such distinctive designs of such a practical nature.
Colors range from the somber'shades to the most brilliant hues imaginable.
These are undoubtedly the most attractive Bathing Costumes we have ever
had and Ore moderately priced from $5.50 to $13.00.
Caps and Shoes- to match any costume may also be had.
(Second Floor)

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1107 S. UNIVERSITY

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- Multiplex Hammond
in first class condition.
f type 350. Inquire 916

WANTED
WANTED-Canoe in first-class condi-
tion. Bqx C. F., Daily.
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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Rooms for the Summer
Session, can comfortably accommo-
date eight students. Modern house,

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