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time arresting anoter stuaent for tne
theft of a barber's pole.
Round Up Club to Elect Officers'
The Round Up club wil hold its an-
nual election of officers for the ensu-
ing year next Tuesday night at the
Union. President Carpenter urges that
all members be present in order to
elect officers -and to clean up all old
business of this year.

Get ready for
e Fishing Season
TACKLE OF ALL
A lot of those
,AR PICNIC SE
on hand.
s, Napkins, Spoons,
nives and Forks
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D. LARNED
E STREET HARDWAR4E
310 S. State Street
Phone 1610

Painting E xhibit
Now A tNIberry
More than 25 of the paintings that
have been in the "Exhibition of Art"
at Alumni Memorial hall are now on
display at Helen Newberry residence.
They are works of Leon Makielski and
Ernest Harrison Barnes, instructors in
achitectural drawing.
Among the portarits by Mr. Mak-
ielski are that of President Hutchins,'
a "Self Portrait," "Clara, and "Por-
trait of Lady Marian. They are hung
in the ,ront rooms with three of his
views, "Late.Summer in Itay," "Ven-
ice," and "The Cloud.
Mr. Barne's scenes are displayed in
the hall and dining room. They include
a view of "The Hiron in Winter," and
the painting, "O'er the Dark the Moon
Her Silver Mantel Throws."
This exhibit will remain on display
at Helen Newberry residence through-
out the summer.
17 INITIATED IN
SIGMA DELTA PHI
At the annual initiation of the Alpha
chapter of Sigma Delta Phi, honorary
oratorical sorority, held Saturday eve-
ning in Foster's te room, the follow-
ing were initiated: Gladys Boughton,
'22,, Euphemia Carnahan, '22, Rebecca
Condon, 22, Harriet Gistin 22,2Beata
Hasley, '22, Mildred Henry, '22, Mary
Hobson, '22, Olga Johnson, '21, Isabel
Kemp, '22, Ellen Lardner, '20, Jesse
McCall, '21, Marion Moon, k20, Evelyn
Rockwell, '22, Martha Shepard, '22,
Lelah Stephens, '20, Frances Stevens,
'21, and Elizabeth Vickery, '22.
Other guests present at the ban-
quet immediately following the init-
iation were: Prof. Thomas C. True-
blood and Mrs. Trueblood, Prof. Ray
K. Immel and Mrs. Immel, Vera An-
drus, '19, Mabel Bannister, '19, Alice
Hoelzle, '19, Blanch Blynn, '20, Doris
Gracey, '21, Anna McGurk, '20, Eliza-
beth Oakes, '20, Adele Tappan, '21,
Gewndolyn Treat, '20.
ANNOUNCE ANNUAL
AWARDS OF STYLUS
"Clippings," written by Edna A.
Schiear, '20, , received the -annual
Stylus prize of $5.00, and "The Legend
of the Last Faun," by Dorothea West-
lake, '21, received honorable mention,
according to decision made by Stylus
members yesterday. A large number
of stories were contributed this year
and the standard of merit of each was
higher than has been the case for
many years in the past, according to
a statement made by the president of
the society.
Three new members were elected to
membership in the organization which
is an honorary rhetoric society. They
are as follows: Edna A. Schiear, '20,
Helen Master, '21, and Dorothea West-
lake, '21.

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ated 1891. Wm. L. Walz, President,
H. H. Herbst, Secy.-Adv.
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Excellent CHOP SUEY from
11:30 a. m. to midnight
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Artistic Portraits
Plus Technical Quality

MODERN LANGUAGES
IN DEMAND
There has never been such a demand for teachers of the
ern languages as at present. The enormous expansion of fo
trade-business, consular service, and so forth-of the U
States is also requiring large numbers of college men and we
'who know foreign languages. To meet these demands, the ;
mer Session this year offers 19 courses in French, 10 in Spa
2 in Italian, 13 in German, and 28 in English and Rhetoric.
pursuing these and other related courses this summer the I
tional periods of residence may be x'naterially shortened.
The Summer Session of the University of Michigan offer
struction in the following divisions of the University:

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JOHN KAUPP'S
609 E. William St.-
FOR
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Things Cooked as You
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for breakfast. Be on
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Home-made Raisin Pie
Strawberry Short Cake
Vanilla Ice Cream
Tea Coffee' Milk Ice Tea

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 ;6-August
28; Field Courses in Geology and Geography in Southern
Kentucky, August 30-September 25.

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information, address

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Announcements and information may be obtained at

WILLITS OAFE
315 S. State "treet
Phone 173

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T. E. RANKIv,
Box 30, Ann Arbor,

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u where you went and what you saw. The plea-
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ake along a generous supply of film. We have a
te assortment. Autographic and npn-autographic
all kept under proper conditions.
KOIDAKS FROM $9.49 AND UP
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EISHED 1905 AT THE SIGN OF THE KODAK

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WANTED
WANTID-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 -- A competent dental me-
chanid desires employment during
summer. Address Box S. D. S. Care
'Daily.
WANTED - To purchase a canoe.
Large size and good finish prefer-
red. Phone Mc at 1672.
WANTED--Canoe in first-class'condi-
tion. Box C. F., Daily.
LOST
LOST An S. A. E. pin, diamond
shaped, on, 'hurs ay evening
Phone 710-W. Albral reward-.i
1 EN WITJ II ILIN[G i PERIENCE.
Wate.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.
POSITIONS OPENfor 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., AnArnn r ,icA

fusic Notes
Two graduation p~rograms will be
given by members of the s'eior class
of the University School of Mtsic this
week. On Tuesday eve'ing, June 1,
Miss Katherine Farrah, soprano, of
Tuscaloosa, Ala., a voice student of
William Wheeler, and Miss Grace
Richards, pianist, of East Tawas, a
student of Albert Lockwood, will un-
ite in the following program of mis-
cellaneous numbers as follows:
Aria, Oh, Splendida Notte (Cinq-
Mars) from Gounod, by Katherine
Farrah. Sonata, B mnor from Chop-
in, by Grace Richards. Three numbers
from Brahms, by Miss Farrah. An-
dante, F major, from Beethoven and
Concert Arabesques on the Blueiban-
ube, from Strauss, by Miss Richards.
Norse Maiden's Lament, from Celestc
,Heckenscher, the Shadow of the Bab-
boo Fence and One Golden Day, from
Fay Foster, by Miss Farrah. Piano
accompaniments by Mrs. George B.
Rhead.
On Wednesday everiing, June 2, Mr.
Henry HughaAltvater, of Maple Rap-
ids, who has been a student, of lir.
Samuel P. Lockwood, heaq qf 4hg y glin
department, for th Vast three years
will appear in gis. Mr, Altvater
is also grua t.g from the University
in Junk. Fos tkie past two years he
has been the reolpient of the James
L. Baboook scholarship. His program
is as follows
Sonata, D major, from Haendel.
Chacpnne, from the fourth Solo-Son-
ata, from Bach. Concerto, G minor,
Opus 26, from Brucl Romance F
major, Opus 50, from Beethoven. Hejre
Kati, Opus 32, number 4, from Hubay.
A four months Vacation for Sammer
Students' in the City "-Y4 for $3.00.-
Adv.
A special, wire brings the results of
all the games to The Daily. You can
find them there every morning.-Ady.

Of the Utmost Importance
to a girl are'the dainty little accessories of dress.
A collar, bag or tiny belt is the making or marr-
ing of a perfect costume. Here you will find ev-
erything to complete your suit or dress.
Collars of organdie continue in popularity.
We have thep in all shades, embroidered in wool
in bright colors, or edged with tiny lace. Or, if
you prefer lace points on your dark suit you may
choose from a new line in heavy lace with edg-
ing. Spme of these collars have vests to match
in organdie, net, lace trimmed with ribbons,
flowers in bright wopl and many, tucked.
A novelty in .canteen bags is offered here in
Tokio leather. Brown with figures in- colors,
these bags come in two shapes and are a wel-
come addition to your tailored suit. We also
have these bags in plain colors.
We have just received a new line of narrow
white kid belts, in 1-2 and 3-4 inch widths in all

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