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News From The Other Colleges
FIRST ANN ARBOR MEMBER
OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE
OLDEST NATIONAL ,BANK
3 Per Cent Paid on Savings
Wisconsin-:Exactly 10,213 different
students have been enrolled in the
University of Wisconsin during the
current year, since July, 1919, accord-
ing to the final catalog figures which
have just been announced by the reg-
istrar. The total includes 7,294 stu-
dents in the regular semester session,
2,235 others in the 1919 summer ses-
sion, 148 federal boar'd soldiers, and
536 agricultural short course stu-
dents. In addition, 13,124 students
have been enrolled in the correspond-
ence study courses of the extension
Dartniouth-By a vote of 578 to 436
the students of Dartmouth college re-
fused to accept the honor system re-
wegian, Icelandic, Spanish,"' Turkish,
Croatin, and Serbo-Croatian. It is un-
derstood that the courses taken is on
account of the great trade develop-
ments in the Far East.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
The[nn Arbor Savings Dank
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00
Northwest Corner Main & Huron
707 North Universiy Avenue
a KODAK with you
meter tells you how far you went a KODAK
ere you went and what you saw. The plea-
ip can never fade with clean cut KODAK
efresh a laggard memory.
long a generous supply of film. We have ay
ortment. Autographic and non-autographic
ept under proper conditions.
ODAKS FROM $9.49 AND UP
Manuscripts submitted in the an-
nual Stylus short-story contest may
be called for by the contestants in the
The regular annual meeting of the
joint Women's league boards will be
held Friday afternoon in Barbour
Judiciary council members will be
elected from 11 until 5 o'clock Thurs-
day in University hall.
Girls are to Wtke sugar and cups for
coffee with their lunches to. Lantern
Night, Wednesday, June 2.
COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
NDON & COMPANY
NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
ED 1905 AT THE SIGN OF THE KODAK
HITE CLOTH OXFORDS
Cool Summer Foot-wear,
ine White Reignskin Cloth, whiter than
ad and more easily cleaned. A very dressy
s well as comfortable pattern. Low military
heels and white welted soles.
Prices:.$7 and $8
TRADOAK REG. sPAR .
Wisconsin - The re-naming i and
dedication of University of Wisconsin
Main hall as Bascom hal will be the
feature event of the alumni day cele-
bration during commencement week
on June 22. University hall, built in
1859, is the third oldest building on
the campus, and the regents have de-
cided to name it after President John
Bascom who headed the university
during the years 1874-1887.
illinois-A united purchasing sup-
plies committee has been organized
by 15 members of the University of
Illinois. The idea of this organization
is to reduce the high cost of living.
Already contracts have been made for
coal, and it is planned to include can-
ned goods, sugar, and flour. The mem-
bers will save 75 cents per ton on the
coal and no doubt the saving will be
in like proportion on the other ar-
Wisconsin - Members of the first
regimental band of the university,
numbering around 40, will stay over
this year for the greatest band reun-
ion ever planned at the university.
Former Wisconsin bandmen, from all
over the country, are planning to at-
tend the celebration.'
;Columbia- Columbia university is
itending to have an elaborat program
of spoken languages. The school is
planning on teaching Japanese, Ar-
menian, French, Dutch, Arabic, Chin-
ese, Russian, Norwegian, Danish-Nor-
Nine Face Goat
Nine Junior girls had to face the in-
quiring and puzzled glances of the
greater portion of the student body
yesterday when they appeared in mor-
tarboards, as initiates in Mortarboard,
national senior honor society. They
were able to evade the stare of bolder
ones who gazed in wonder during the
y, but had to face the "goat" wlen
five o'clock came and the initiation
ceremony was held in Foster's tea
rooms, followed by a banquet.
Dean Myra B. Jordan presided as
Toastmistress, Marguerite Chapin, '20,
gave, the welcome address, and Mar-
guerite Clark, '21, responded in be-
half of the new members.
Those initiated were: Mary D.
Lane, Alice Hinkson, Beatrice Beck-
with, 'Marguerite Clark, Marcella
Moon, Eleanor Stephenson, Lois De
Vries, Phyllis Wiley and Aletha Yer-
kes. Officers for next year were'
elected as follows: president, Alice
Hinkson, vice president, Eleanor Ste-
phenson, secretary, Marcella Moon,
and treasurer, Beatrice Beckwith.
MECHANICAL DRAFTSMAN wanted.
Must have general knowledge of me-
chanical building equipment such as
heating, plumbing, ventilating,
sprinkler, elevator, and sewer
work. Permanent position. Apply
Dort Motor Car Company, Flint,
Michigan, Construction Engineer.
ARCHITECTURAL D R A F T S MA N
wanted. Must havegeneral knowl-
edge of "building construction, in-
cluding reinforced concrete, struc-
tural iron, millconstruction, etc.
Apply Dort Motor Car Company,
Flint, Michigan, Construction Engi-
FOR SALE-Spencer Microscope; per-
fect condition. Complete without
oil emersion, $65. Call 1808-M.
FOR SALE-Small oak case Victrola,
$15.00. Call 1114-W.
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.
There will be a meeting of the new
and old boards of Masques at 4 o'clock
Thursday in Barbour gymnasium. c
Girls who wish to be junior advisers
next year are requested to send to
Dean, Myra B. Jordan's office cards
bearing their name, address for the
summer and Ann Arbor address 'for1
next year. In order to be a junior
a girl 'must have at least 54 hours of
credit. Girls who will not have this
credit until February may become ad-
visers at that time.
The University Y. W. C. A. will hold
an open meeting at Newberry hall at
4 o'clock today to discuss the policies
for next year.
UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE
Large wel 'known brokerage com-
pany selling food staples in volume
to wholesale trade will consider em-
ployment of several graduates inter-
ested in entering business life and as-
sociating themselves permanently with
reliable concern offering exceptional
opportunities for growth and advance-
ment. Must be clean cut, high grade,
active minded type. Highest refer-
ences required. Applications not fully
stating business experience, if any,
also education, age, home address, and
when services available, will not be
considered. Address in own-handwrit-
ing, Box M. X., Mich. Daily.-Adv.
WHY NOT CALL
120 N. 4th Ave.
(East side of court House
Calls answered evenings
'til 9 o'clock
- LATEST STYLES OF ENGRAVING I
He buys everything in the line of cloth-
ing and pays the highest cash prices.
A phone call will bring the wagon to
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tween Hill and Greene
and the Michigan Union, a
itten for Rhetoric. 'Finder
all 1509-J, Jones, or place
file case No. 441 West Hall.
tween Ferry Field and'East
Street, carved green gold
nd crystal of square wrist
Reward. Call 627. Room
)und vicinity of Hill, Church
land, last Friday night, a
ay comb set with blue bril-
Reward. Call 390.
11 give 15.00 for my notes
n History 15 or 6 A if re-
oday. No questions asked.
atts, 1223 Volland.
WANTED-Men with sales experience
and ability to sell electric cleaners,
washers, etc., in Sandusky, Ohio, and
vicinity, during the summer or all
year round, as you wish. Salary
and commission. I will interview
applicants June 4th and 5th at 427
Thompson St. Phone 1564-5, H. H.
Squire, Jr., of Squire Electric Com-
WANTED-To rent for next year, six
room house or apartment. Location
South or East of campus. Thoroly
Imodern. Phone' 1523.
WANTED-To engage 50 students
forvacation work. Apply in person
after 5 p. m. City "Y". 'George B.
WANTED -A competent dental me-
chanic desires employment during
summer. Address Box S. D. S. Care
MR. CHARLES' tARDING
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Price for engraving plate and printing 100 cards,
rry Field and
N -Plain Gothic.................. ...... 3.75
R-French Script...... 3.75
K-Watteau ............. ....3.75
F-Plain Old English ...... ............4.25
G--Outline Gothic... . ...........4.50
L-Plain Roman.... ......... ...4.50
MU-Marathion Roman-*(Caps) ... .......4.50
H-Marathon Roman (Lower case).. ..... 4.50
T-Greek Text..... . .................6.00
J--Romanette .................,.,,,,,, ,, . .
E-Shaded OldsEnglish.............,, $0.00
D-Shaded Spanish.....................,,. 0.00
A-Shaded Modified Roman............... 6.80
B-Shaded Roman (Lower case)............... 6.60
C-Shaded Roman (Caps).................6.50
6-Japanese............... ............. 4.60
LJ-Old Raman.................. ....46
ardine trench coat about
;o. CalltEaton 2059.
A first class Boarding
idja ever eat any of Ma
WANTED-To rent, garage for sum-
mer near South University and
Church Street. Phone 2109.
WANTED-Barber; steady; must be
first class. 108 E. Washington.
Reprinting-50' cards $1.25; 100 cards $1.75
Engraved Wedding Announcements $20.00 per hundred upwards
STEEL DIE EMBOSSING A SPECIALTY
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