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June 01, 1920 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-06-01

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T'S GOING ON,

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TUESDAY
3:15-Senior engineer baseball prae-
tice. Soph engineer game at 3:45.
4:00-Freshman band meets at H1
auditorium for picture.
7:00-Trip Mandolin rehearsal in Lane
hall.w
7:30-Round-Up club meets in Union.
77:30-31cigan Dames meet in Lane
hal.
7:30-Overseas club meets in Union.
Election of officers.
U-NOTICES
Tryouts for assistant manager of the

Glee and Mandolin club report from
1 to 3 o'clock at Glee club office
Tuesday.
Tickets for Aeronautical society
dance on June 4 are on sale at Gra-
ham's book store and at Union
desk.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
GETS $2,504,000 IN GIFTS]
The University of,. California, it is
believed, has received the largest num-
ber of bequests during the past year
of any collegiate institution. The gifts
have amounted to $2,500,000 in the
past 12 months.
Fine ,Straw Hats. Wild & Co., 311
S. State St.-Adv.

Net Hen Return
With High Honors
That the 1920 tennis season will go
down in history,_as a successful one
was assured Saturday when Walter
Wesbrook took the Conference singles
honors for the second time. The Mich-
igan captain was forced to the, limit
to beat Fritz Bastian of Indiana in a
four set match.
Wesbrook and Munz were put out
in the first found of the doubles by
Segal $d Vories, the ultimate win-
ners in a three set affair. The Wol-
verines took the first set and were
leading the second 5-2 when the Chi-

The Maroons then took the n
and the match.
The tennis team will play
matches this week on Ferry fiel
negie Tech will come here Wed
and the Toledo Tennis club wil
a six-man team Friday. On Sa
an alumni quartet will meet th
sity. It is doubtful whether We
will take pai in these matches
will be badly needed n the Coni
track meet Saturday.

Will. you be in the
mer? A membership i
will make it seem 11:
Only $3.00 for the Sum:

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Sale

Today

4

The

DANCE RECORDS
ashington Square-Medley Fox Trot All Star Trio
-leard Nothing Yet--Medley Fox Trot All Star Trio
ig's Jazz Bazaar--Medley Fox Trot Smith's Orchestra
dley Fox Trot Smith's Orchestra
-Castilian Fox Trot - Green Brothers' Novelty Band"
ams-Fox Trot Green Brothers' Novelty Band-
ers-Waltz - Frank Ferera and Anthony Franchini
loon-Waltz Hawaiian Trio.
POPULAR SONGS"
go! Margaret Young
Blues Billy Murray
Laugh When I Think How I Cried About You
Victor Roberts
Rose Victor Roberts
ands Henry Burr'
Jarvest Moon is Shining Charles'Hart and Lewis James
RED SEAL RECORDS

"Paris

Square"

MODERN LANGUAGES
IN DEMAND
There has never been such a demand for teachers of the in
ern languages as at present. The enormous expansion of fore
trade-business, consular service, and so forth-of. the Uni
States is also requiring large numbers of college men and wor
who know foreign languages. To meet these demands, the St
mer Session this year offers 19 courses in French, io in Span
2 in Italian, 13 in German, and 28 in English and Rhetoric.
pursuing these and other related courses this summer the tra
tional periods of residence may be materially shortened.
The Summer Session of the University of Michigan offers
struction in the following divisions of the University:
Literature, Science, and the Arts, Engineering and
Architecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study, Library Meth-
ods, Biological Station, Embalming and Sanitary Sci-
ence, June - ugust 20; Medicine and Surgery, June
2$-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.
Announcements and information may be obtained at tf

Ribbon Wrist Watch

Into this charming timepiece

the

Gruen Watchmakers' Guild
has combined the finest artistry
the utmost dependability

with

Truly a notable contribution to the
Wrist Watch Craft'

We invite

your inspection
&: FULLER

offices 'of the various Schools and Colleges.
information, address

For general

U_

HALLER

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

State Street Jewelers

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With Thine Eyes
ci darem la mano
Mabel Garrison and
rt)
No. 2 (Chopin)
e 'Long (Stephen Foster)

Enrico Caruso
Geraldine Farrar
Flonzaley Quartet
R einald Werrenrath
Alma Cluck
Jascha Heifetz
Louise Homer,
Fritz Kreisler
Evan Williams

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Lunches
Sodas, -
I Candies,
i SUGAR BOWL
109 .MAIN ST.'
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THAT

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
Baby (2) Sweet and Low (3) Lullaby
Victor.Orchestra
les (2) Fist Nowell (3) Nazareth Victor Orchestra
ong (2) The Hills of. Tyrol Elizabeth Wheeler
avr (2) Swing Song (3)The

COMMENCEMENT

Place

g4 aW1

Elizabeth Wheeler
Olive Kline and Elsie Baker
Olive Kline and Elsie Baker

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CONCERT

Be Burning

Your Order

IrtitQ£.n rIllun

OF THE

for

GLEE and MANDOLIN CLUB

,e in and hear the new records

graved

'Trubey' s
s. Lunches Confectionery
e Cream, Delicious Sodas
e Make our own Ice Cream
solicited from Fraternities and
ies. 218 S. Main Phone 166
MI

FRIDAY, JUNE 4

Cards

Hill Auditorium

50

8 o'clock

at

Tickets at Bookstores

0

DANCE AFTERWAR

The

wear alone will pay for
TON. It remioves the
dirt that cuts the fabric.
the delicate colorings of
gs and carpets and adds
e. Free demonstration.

U

Mayer-Scharer

AT

ARMORY

Co.

$1.50

STATIONERS, PRINTERS, BINDERS

ENAW ELECTRIC SHOP
THE .SHOP OF QUALITY
200 E. Washington St.

OFFICE OUTFITTERS

SPECIAL JAZZ ORCHESTRA

PHONE 1404

112 8. MAIN ST.

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