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NEEDED BY RED CROSS I
The American Red 'Cross has sent
out.,an emergency call to college wo-
men to undertake training for psychi-
atrical social work. According to F.
Stuart Chapin, director of the Smith
college training school for social
work, the United States public health
service hospitals have the problem of
dealing with 50,000 mentally disabled
ex-service men.
A plan of training, which is open to
1members of the senior class, is as
follows: First, summer session of
theoretical instruction and clinical ob-
servation at Smith college, Northamp-
ton, Mass., July.7 to August 31; sec-
ond, practice period of nine months
under the supervision of the school at
psychopathic hospitals and United
States public health hospitals; third,
concluding summer session at Smith
college for advanced study.
Tuition is $50 and living expenses
are $75 for the summer session., The
Red Cross offers a number of full
scholarshipscto cover these expenses
and also to cover part expenses. From
$1,500 to $2,100 a year will be paid
to those who complete this course.
Women who are interested in this
work are asked to call at Dean Myra
B. Jordan's office.

Star Polo Sl
fit. $3.00 upwai
State St.-Adv.

READY TO SERVE
AT ONCE,
From 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.

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From 5 p. m. to 7 p. m.
POT OF HOT T
AND
A BOWL OF RICE
WITH
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
35c
Chinese and. American}
Styl e Short Orders
Home-made and Bakery Rolls
GUANG LUNG LO
613 East Liberty Street
Phone 604-R

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ds. Wild & Co., 311 S.

Take a KODAK with yo
Your speedometer tells you how far you went a K
tells you where you went and what you saw. T
sure of the trip can never fade with clean cut E
pidtures to refresh a laggard memory.
Better take along a generous supply of film. W
complete assortment. Autographic and non-auto
and it is all kept under proper conditions.
KODAKS FROM $9.49 AND UP
LYNDON & COMPANY
719 NORTI UNIVERSITY AVE.
ESTABUSHED 1905 AT THE SIGN OF THE RON

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r 'Foot-wear
n Cloth, whiter than
:aned. A very dressy
pattern. Low military

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Wrist Watches of Rarest Beauty
Exquisite creations and smart designs in white, green and
yellow gold, in plain effects or elaborately hand-chased-
And shapes to suit every fancy-round, rectangular,
square, oval, octagon, hexagon-the ultimate word in

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$7 and $8

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BOOT
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Painful

style and artistry.

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Lain St.
II 11~omen
Girls who have not paid their
Leave Dope -pledges to the-Dr. Sargeant campaign
et fund are requested to do so imedi-
Quarryud ately so that all accounts may be
Ta Delta straightened out before the end of the
!T 1 1 UN G . semester.
All members of Junior Girls' play
WANTED)who have not handed in - costumes
-. ,-_ _ -,____ must do so at once. Mrs. Blackburn
WANTED-Men with sales experiehce will take them or open the box for
and ability to sell electric cleaners, members.
washers, etc., in Sandusky, Ohio, and
vicinity, during the summer or all The regular annual meeting of the
year round, as you wish. Salary, joint Women's league boards will be
and commission. I will interview held this afternoon in Barbour
nnlicants m Tun 4th add 5th Ot 427 gymnasium.

Corns

All of these you will see in our notable showing of
wrist watches-and you will agree-that seeing this de-
lightful exhibit is well worth your time. Men, too,
will find in this showing suggestions for the happiest

"Gets-It" Makes Them Loosen Up
So They Lift Off inlessly.
There's no more pain after a tew
drops of "gets-It" lands upon corn or
callus and instantly dries.

of all gifts to gladden the feinine heart.

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Come In and examine this display of wrist watches.
You will be particularly delighted, we Pelieve, with
our exhibit of Gruen Wrist Watches-made by the
famous Gruen Guild.

HALLER

& FULLER

State Street Jewelers

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LICUa 6 u tual )i L'! 5Y"uOL .
mpson St. Phone 1564-J, H. H.
re, Jr., of Squire Electric Com-.,' Girls who wish to be junior advisers
y. ! next year are requested :to send to
Dean Myra B. Jordan's oflice cards.
'ED-Three or four solicitors bearing their name, address for the
subscriptions to the Wolverine, summer and Ann Arbor address for'
ork during commencement week.!I next year. In order to be a junior
(10) per cent commission. Ad- a girl must have at least 54 hours o
;s, Wolverine, care of Daily. credit. Girls who will not have this
e experience.' credit until February may become ad-
visers at that time.
'ED-Would like ,to rent house
t July 1st or later within walk- DELTA TAU DELTA WINS PLACE
distance of University. Write, -IN FINALS OF TENNIS TOURNEY
Corbett, 630 S. Weadock, Sag-
Delta Tau Delta won from Phi Rho'
'ED-First class cook for next Sigma in the 'semi-finals in the inter-
in fraternity with about twenty- fraternity tennis meet yesterday. Chi
nen. Must have references. Psi lost in doubles to Trigon, but the
ie I016. two singles matches were not finished.
These will be played off today and the
'ED-To rent, garage for sum-
ea- oueth Univge r s winner will meet Delta Tau , Delta
r Sth U st .and in the finals Saturday morning.

In a, day or two. you lift th~e oldi
misery-maker right off without
even feeling it. That's the last of
Mr. Cor~n and the last of your mis-
ery. M~illions who have lost their
corns the -(gets-It" way say its is the
ornly common-sense way to get rid
of the peuts.
"Gets-t,.the never-failing, guar-
r.nteed money-back corn remover
costs but a trifle at any drug store.
'v 1".. Lawvrane ,*(Co., Chie&Qro.
Sold in Ann Arbor and recommended as-
the world's best Corn Remedy by
A. E. CRIPPEN
DAWSON BROS.
TICE DRUG STORE
E. A. MUIMERY
CALKINS DRUG CO.
SUGDEN DRUG CO.
FISCHER'S PHARMACY

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Drug
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KODAK
as, you go

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arch Street. Phone 2109.

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ANTED-Barber; steady; must
Iirst class. 108 E. Washington.

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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..

Page and Shaw\.Candies of Boston.
Tices' Drug Store, 117 Sq. Main.-Adv
LOST
LOST-Between Hill and Greene
Streets and the Michigan Union, a
play written for Rhetoric. Finder
please call 1509-J, Jones, or place
same in file case No. 441 West Hall.

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These

stores

Your O r

are G. H. Q. for Kodakers.

Wp, .av new Kodak for you

for

yon yn eed it:

Call mornings at 110 N. Ingalls St

FOR SALE-"C" melody Conn Saxa-
phone. Recently overhauled, first
class condition. Price $50.00. Call
Shaw 746-R or C09 Oakland.
FOR SALE-3 H. P. canvas coveredl
motor boat. As light as a canoe.
Engine weighs only 60 lbs. Phone
13.

LOST-Black leather notebook. If
finder wants notebook badly, will
he be kind enough to return notes
to Secretary's office. No questions
asked. Benjamin Smith. 918 Sybil
St. Tel. 129.

Engraved

WE HAVE FILMS, PLATES AND

nt, six or
five blocks
e Mihigan

FOR SALE-Spencer Microscope; per-
fect condit on. Complete without
oil emersion, $65. Call 1808-M.
FOR SALE-Large rooming house one
block from campus. Suitable for
fraternity. 609 Monroe St.
FOR SALE-Underwood typewriter.
Standard type 12 inch carriage. Call
131.

LOST-A black leather Vanity case at
the Publication Banquet at Union.
Finder can keep money if he will
return other articles. Call 1512-J
or leave at the Daily Office.
LOST-A 1920 Numeral sweater on
Ferry Field last Tuesday. Please
return to Lee La Rochelle, 733 S.
State. Reward.
LOST-Boy's raincoat in open field
east of Observatory. Finder please
return to 302 S. State. Drug Store,
or call 1244-J. Reward.r
LOST-Pi Kappa Alpha pin either on
Scaipus or State St. between Ann
St. and campus. Please call L. L. W,.
1314-M.
LOST-At Y. W. C. A. Tuesday, leath-
er note-book. Reward. for 'notes.
Call 2553-W. 745 E. University.
LOST-Marabow neck piece. Uewar4
if returned to 711 E. Ann St, Pbone
410-J.
LOST-Log Log Slide Rule in Engin-
eering- Bldg., morning of June 1st.
Call 179, Geo. Lipscomb. Reward.
LOST-At Room '305 University Hall,
a mandolin. Please call 2597.

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'PAPER FOR YOUR USE

Cards

"We do the rest" if you leave yourfilm$
with us, and the prints are as good

as they can be made

The

FOR SALE-Small oako
$15.00. Call 1114-W.
FOR SALE-Banjorine.
gain. 1114-W.

case Victrola,
A real bar-I

Mayer-Schairer'

wool

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'O'UND
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' fo
move to 714 Monroe St. Board $6.501

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COR. E. & S. UNIVERSITY AVE.

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$JATIONERS, PRINTERS, BIDERS

Pfj UIF)ITTERS

324 SOUTH STATE ST.

711 PACKARD ST.

PHONE 1404

#2 sAa ST.

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