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June 05, 1920 - Image 10

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-06-05

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Effect

SE

S~ FOR
AiPPOIfiTED

eeting of the appointment
at the Union last night
Secretary George Hurley,
ered his resignation to take
ember 1. In a statement to
lent of the Union, Hurley
he would not be in a posi-
ept reappointment next fall.
the completion of his du-
ptember he will resume the
f law.
ating a new policy, standing
s will be appointed at the
each school year in order
may work in conjunction
president, of the Union dur-
unmer term. Two assistant
secretaries will supply stu-
nizations with general in-

man meetings committee, Albert C.
Jacobs, '21; Fall reception committee,
Grattan L. Rourke, '21; Publicity
committee; Chester M. Campbell, '21;
Billiards committee, William H. In-
gham, '21; Bowling committee,' Elian
Rorick, '21; Sunday afternoon meet-
ings committee, Maynard A. Newton,
'22; Assistant recording secretaries,
Frank Lee, '22, Gerald K. O'Brien, '22;
Student member at large, Gilbert P.
Shafer, '20A,-1
20 Men Needed For Summer WorkI
Twenty men are wanted for sum-
mer work by the building and grounds
department of the University. The
work will last throughout the sum-
mer andwill be on the University
grounds and buildings.
Applicants are requested to report to
Mr. E. C. Pardon, superintendent of
the buildings and grounds depart-
ment, telephone 2486.
John Markey Improving Slowly
John Markey, former city alderman,
who was injured Tuesday morning by1
an explosion at the new Barton Hills
country club is improving slowly, ac-
cording-to reports from Saint Joseph's
sanitarium. According to nurses in
charge of the case, this is a hope of
saving both eyes.
English 25 Exam in Memorial Hall
The examination in English 25 will
be given at 9 o'clock, June 14, in the
upper lecture room of Alumni Mem-
orial hall.
$25 REWARD, for the return or in-
formation as to the present location
of UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS No.
3-32642, No. 5 454663. Hamilton Busi-
ness College, State= and William Sts.
-adv.

Finals in b as and fraternity
tennis tourneys will be played off this
morning. Yesterday Zemon, '23, beat
Gustus, '23, 5-7, 15-13, 7-5, and San-
chez, '23E, won from Dyason, '21D,
9-7, 6-0.
Sanchez and Zemon are now in the
final round and will play Monday for
the championship.
In the fraternity series Delta Tau
Delta won from Phi Rho Sigma by a
2 to 1 score. The Delta Tau Deltas will
play the winner of the matches be-
tween Trigon and Chi Psi for the title.
$25 REWARD, for the return or in-
formation as to the present location
of UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS No.
3-32642, No. 5 454663. Hamilton Busi-
ness College, State and William Sts.
-adv.
We have an attractive auto acces-
sory which you can sell and make
good money during vacatoin. Write
for particulars. THE JIFFY COM-
PANY, INC., 742 Market Street, San
Francisco.-Adv.
Fraternity Hat Bands-Wild & Co.,
311 S. State St.-Adv.

Hamilton Business ColIc
State and William Ann A

Bought Sold Renter
Repaired Cleaned

I

PICTURE FRAMING

WINDOW

Student Headquarters
For everything in "Brighten Up" finishes, best ass
ment of swing frames, Hand-made picture frames
window shades at lowest prices.
PAINTS Le E. WENZEL Cover

PAINTING
Phone 84

& DECORATING
207 E. Liberty St.

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Standing committees for 1920-1921
are as follows: house committee.
James I. McClintock, '21L; chairman.
Lester E. Waterbury, '21L, L. A.
Gaines, Jr., '21E, Angus Goetz, '22M,
George Brophy, '22L, student mem-
bers. Herbert C. Watkins, '11, and
Harry O. Potter, '07, alumni members.
Professor Henry E. Riggs, faculty
member. Entertainment committee,
Guy S. Shoemaker, '21E; Dance com-
mittee, Alfred L. May, '22E; Fresh-

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LAST SHOWS TODAY

ALlCE

JOYCE

.FORE

GOING

HOME

IN

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ARE several things that ,you'll not
0 forget little remembrances, for the
home, graduation gifts, and certain
i souvenirs for yourself. It's quite a
- this knowing just what to get - but
a few suggestions that may help you:
FOR THE FOLKS A T HOME
Music in Sheet Form Union Opera Scores
New Popular Music Victor Records
Player Piano,Rolls
FOR THE GRADUATING FRIENDS
Ifusic Bags and Rolls, Ukeleles and Banjo-Ukes
Michigan Music
FOR YOURSELF
Record of "The Yellow and Blue" and "College Days"
Michigan Music
'OCK of Michigan Music includes the
rd numbers, such as "Varsity," "The
and "Men of the Maize and Blue";-and
es and individual selections from the
eras. "College Days" and "When Night
ar" are available in special souvenir

"EDOLLARS AND THE
WOMAN",
By Albert Payson Terhune
A cast including
ROBERT GORDON, CRAUFORD KENT
AND JESSIE .STEVENS\
A Human Interest Drama that will make you Glad you came :
to see it!

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SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY

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FLAPP
BY FRANCES MARION

She left home for
boarding school.
She mysteriously
reappeared a
short time later
arrayed in gor-
geous clothes and
jewels. She hint-
ed at a dark and
dreadful past.
-o-ol! a It was

more
a-

are t(

.ATEST song hits and dance numbers
) be found in our assortment of popular
specially complete at this time. We'll be
have them played for you when you

terrible!

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help laughing AT,
and ,I ,Olie
Thomas in this
picture.

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She flapped right in and flapped right out and flapped right in again. Sounds like
of a duck, 'doesn't it? But no, it's the story of how beautiful OLIVE THOMAS flan
one laughable situation right into another. LET'S GO!

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