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Main Phone 166

I1 1U WHO ttNI U, R- I,
AT GENEVA CONFRENCE
(By Helen Middleswart)
Few women students at Michigan
realize the "who", "why", and: "where-
fore" of the college Y. W. C. A. camp,
which 12 girls from Michigan will at-
tend this summer. The camp is made

J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER
AND OPTOMETRIST
113 SOUTH MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR CHOP SUET
Excellent CHOP SPEY from
11:80 a. m. to midnight
Steaks and Chops 314 8. State
BIG
CLEARANCE SALE
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A man is judged by the
pencil he keeps.
A well-sharpened Dixon'
Eldorado is a friend to be
proud of.
JOSEPH DIXON CRUCIBLE CO.
Pencil Dept. Jersey City, N. J.
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up of girls from all over the country,
and, although the number of girls de-
siring admittance is almost unlimit-
ed, only 700 are to be taken.
The camp is situated on Lake Gen-
eva, Wis., which, because of its great
beauty, and similarity -to the original
has been called the "second sea of
Gallilee." From one day's end to an-
other during the whole two weeks the
girls are engaged in something excit-1
ing and worth while. There are Bible
Study classes under some of the most
eminent authorities in the country,
and, prosaic as this may sound, the
classes thsemselves are anything but
commonplace.
Forum Each Day
One feature, which has been found
successful in other camps, is being
initiated here this year; it is the idea
of having a forum for an hour each
day; at this time the girls discuss all,
problems relating to their college life,
randits connection with the wider
world movements.
I The recreations are planned by the
girls themselves with the help of a
trained recreation leader. A moon-
light trip around the lake by steamer,
aquatic sports, intercollegiate base-
ball and basket ball games, rowing,
canoeing, tramps through the woods,
and a trip to the Yerkes Observatory
are a few of the things that make this
camp life so crammed with experi-
ence. Eight girls occupy one tent or
cottage, and all of them eat in a com-
mon dining-room. Here they sing
their school songs and give their yells.
This year, a oving cup is to be given
to the college having the best Geneva
song.

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STEVE NS
PERSHIN,
618 Packard Street - near

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Does a Small Watch Really Keep
Accurate Time?

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CLOTHING

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ALL STYLES
ALL SIZES
ALL SHAPES

thing in the line of cloth-
the highest cash prices.

LOWEST
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It was not so very long ago that the clumsy, old-fashioned
watches which our grandfathers carried were regarded
'as the 'only accurate timekeepers. Thin watches were
looked upon with suspicion-wrist watches were regarded
merely as ornaments.
All this has changed. Nowadays our sales are limited al-
most entirely to the thin models. It has been proved be-
yond any doubt that the thini watches-and even the tiny
wrist watches-are just as accurate as their more cum-
bersome ancestors.
You will, be interested, particularly, in our showing of
Gruen Verlthin and Gruen Wrist Watches. . The makers
of these watches-the famous Gruen Guild of Craftsmen
--are largely responsible for the development of the ac-
curate thin watch. Accuracy and exceptional beauty are
features of every Gruen Watch.
We most cordially invite you to come in and inspect this
season's showing of Gruen Watches.

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TOGGERY SHOP'

Telephone 601
f Court House)
venings 'til 9 o'clock

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n Hill and Greene
the Michigan Union, a
for Rhetoric. Finder
1509-J, Jones, or place
case No. 441 West Hall.
n Ferry Field and East
et, carved green gold
rystal of square wrist
ard. Call 627. Room
vicinity of Hill, Church
, last Friday night, a
omb set with blue bril-
ard. Call 390.
in Pin set with pearls,
'ifth Ave., Main St. and
Return to Daily of-
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g Slide Rule in Engin-
morning of June 1st.
o. Liprcomb. Reward.
im spectacles in case,
ry Field and Campus.
2371-W.

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Student furniture. Oak
desks, swivel chairs, cotbeds, chif-
fonieres, dressers, green shades, 40
watt lamps, one desk, lamps, bed-
ding, also very fine piano made by
the old Heintzman Co., Toronto.
Call mornings at 110 N. Ingalls St.-

FOR SALE-No.
Typewriter, $12.
Typewriter, $50.

5 Blickersderfer
New Fox Portable
Also army cot.

Phone Marston 2236-3 evenings.
609 Monroe, St.
FOR SALE-Hart Schaffner and Marx
Tropicrash summer suit; size 37;
worn very little. Very reasonable.
Call at 533 Church St. afternoon or
evening.
FOR SALE-"C" melody Conn Saxa-
phone. Recently overhauled, first
class condition. Price $50.00. Call
Shaw 746-R or 009 Oakland.
FOR SALE-3 H. P. canvas coVered
motor boat. As light as a canoe.
Engine weighs only 60 lbs. Phone
13.
FOR SALE-Spencer Microscope; per-1
fect condition. Complete without
oil emersion. $65_ Call 1808-M

I Athena Elects Next Year's Officers
Election of officers for the semester,
'20, was the business of the final meet-
ing of Athena literary society Tues-
day night. Elections were as follows:
president, Beata Hasley, '22; vice-pres-
ident, Euphemia Carnahan, '22; secre-
tary, Margaret Simonson, '22;treas-
urer, Gladys Boughton, '22; oratorical'
delegate, Martha Shepard, '22.
FOUND
FOUND - A first class Boarding
House. Didja ever eat any of Ma
Failings good grub? If you have
you'll be interested. She's goin' to
move to 714 Monroe St. Board $6.50
per week.
FOUND - Plaid silk sash; corner
Church and S. University. Call P.
I. E., 2576-J.
WANTED
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-J, H. H.
Squire, Jr., of Squire Electric Com-
pany.
WANTED-Three or four. solicitors
for subscriptions to the Wolverine,
to work during commencement week.
Ten (10) pericent commission. Ad-
dress, Wolverine, care of Daily'.
State experience.
WANTED-Newsboys to sell Michigan
Daily Extras after track meet Sat-
urday afternoon. Ask for Joyce at
Daily office between 1 and 2 or 5
and 6 Thursday or from 2 to 3 Fri-
day.
WANTED-Two ladies want a suite
of rooms or one room with two beds.
Preferably near State and Liberty
streets. Must be clean. Phone
2278-W. 610 E. Liberty St.
WANTEP-Would like to rent house
about July 1st or later within walk-
ing distance of University. Write,
Mrs. Corbett, 630 S. Weadock, Sag-
inaw.
WANTED-Some typewriting done.
Will pay ten cents per page; two.
cents additional for carbon copy.
Paper furnished. Box E..F.
WANTED-First class cook for next
fall in fraternity with about twenty-
six men. Must have references.
Phone 1016.
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.

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1107 S. UNIVERSITY

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HALLER & FULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS

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for sport wear is an oxford in white reignskin
cloth and brown leather. This is a broad
statement to make but you will have to admit
the truth when you see this shoe. Of white
reignskin cloth, finely woven to simulate kid
with wing tip and heel of brown leather, this
shoe is simply irresistible. The heel is mod-
erately low, just what you want for a sport
shoe and the popular ,shortened vamp is in
evidence. In addition to the real beauty of
this oxford the extremely low price is an at-
traction. You may choose this shoe at

Mail Orders Phone Orders
Promptly Filled Promptly Fill(

Established 1857

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$10.50

rice suites for in- i 1 1117Vl.v.%UiLVOII
opus. Telephone1 'FOR SALE-Underwood typewriter.
Standard type 12 inch carriage. Call
rrm #131.,-

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CAL DRAFTSMAN wanted.
e general knowledge of me-t
building equipment such asj

FOR SALE-Small oak case Victrola,
$15.00. Call 1114-W.
WANTED
WANTED-To rent for next year, six
room house or apartment. Location
South or East of campus. Thoroly
modern. Phone 1523.

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We can show you white shoes in pumps,
oxfords, high and military heel, and three
eyelet ties with military heel. . We also carry
a full line of dressings for white shoes.

vator, and sewer
lent position. Apply
ar Company, Flint,
struction Engineer.
LL DRAFTSMAN
have general knowl-
ng construction, in-
rced concrete, struc-
11 construction, etc.
[otor Car Company,

Shoe Department-Main Floor

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WANTED-To

engage

50

students

for vacation work. Apply in person
after 5 p. m. City "Y". George B.
Wilson.
WANTED-Club of upperclassmen to
board for next summer school year.
Box E. G., care Michigan Daily.

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