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ITHEL MICHIGiAN )I~

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U" F riday.

.ratus examinations will be giv-
nday, Tuesday, Thursday and
"YANKEE" DERIVED
FROM CHINESE, MAN SAYS

who have earned chevrons for
c arm bands are asked to leave
.nds in the physical director's
before next Wednesday in or-
at the chevrons may be placed

E 'Th nAL

tylus will meet at 7:45 o'clock
esday evening, Xpril 6, at the Gam-
Phi Beta house. Prof. F. N. Scott I
the rhetoric department -vill ad- 1
ss the meeting.
lyvern will hold a short but im-
tant monthly meeting at 7:30 Tues-1
evening at the Gamma Phi Beta;
se. '

Chicago, April 3.-The name "Yan-
kee" came"from a Chinese phrase
"Yang Jung" by way of East India,
where the words were corrupted to
"Yang Gee," according to Teh Yi
Hsieh, Chinese labor leader who re-
cently arrived here to establish rela-
tions with the American Federation
of Labor. "Yang Gee" means "you are
a young foreigner."
Get, your base ball supplies at Cush-
ing's.--Alv.
Patronize our Advertisers.--Adv.

POSTION OPEN
FOR
JUNE GRADUATE

NURSE SHORTAGE
THREATENS STATE;
May Necessitate Campaign to Interest
Women in Work
Due to the great shortage of nurs-
es all'over the country, there is a
movement on foot by the State Hos-
pital association and the, Michigan
State Nursing association to wage a
recruiting campaign in order to at-
tract more young women to take up
courses in nursing.
"The demand is much greater than
the supply," said Miss Mary Welsh,
superintendent of the University
Nurses Training school. "Nurses are
needed more than ever before.'
She also said that the fall class-
es had been larger than any previous'
and that they expect them jc be even
larger next year. There are 168 stu-
dents enrolled in the school at pres-
ent. Detroit is short 1,000 nurses.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
TO VISIT JACKSON
Will Be Guests of High School Husi-
cal Organization
Arrangements are being completed
for the University Girls' Glee club to
appear in concerts in Jackson and De-
troit. Friday evening, May 7, the club,
unedr the direction of Miss Nora Crane
Hunt, will give a concert in the Jack-
son High school. Emily Powell, '19,
head of the music department of the
Jackson school, has stated that the
proposed visit of the club has caused
much enthusiasm and that the Uni-
versity girls will be the guests of the
High School Glee club.
The following week end, May 14 and
15, the University Girls' Glee club
will give concerts in Detroit North-
ern and Central High schools.

-Will Stop OvertimelWork
Cleveland, 0., April 3.-Systematic
overtime work will be stopped here
after May 1, according to a notice
sent to contractors by officials of the
Cleveland Building Trades Council,
which includes all construction unions.
Where emergencies exist workmen
will work more than eight hours, but
the emergency must be patent, Charles
Smith, secretary of the council, said.
Drive On for Starving Polish
The National Allied Relief com-
mittee is making an Easter drive for
the relieving of the children of Po-
land. The American Food Adminis-
tration in Poland reports that many
children are suffering for th'e actual
necessities of life. Ann Arbor has
been asked to assist the drive.

French Toast, Tomato Soup, Toasted Rolls,

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STUDENTS' LUNCH
409 E. JEFFERSON ST!

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LADIES

OUR SPECIALTIES

JUST RECIEVED

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A rapidly growing, substantial, Michigan mail-order house offers
the opportunity to some young man to enter the business in June
and learn it from the ground up, with the idea of becoming Assistant
Manager and, being taken into the firm later. Must be willing to
start at a moderate salary and work hard. Give home address and
full particulars regarding actual business experience. - Address

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Styles of Wing-Tip Oxfor

OPPORTUNITY 572 Care Michigan Daily.

BLACK and BROWN CALFSKIN, with military heels, the
finest made-only $16.00 per pair
The BEST REAL CORDOVAN, with flat heels, $18 per pair.
I have these as NARROW as AAA and up to 9 in LENGTH. An early selection would be
advisable for indications point to a shortage of these styles this season.

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And a DARK BROWN CALF-with low heels-at $12.50 per pair.

PORTRAIT

College Notes

123 East

Corner

Personal and Distinctive

Washington Street

Phone 598

FAN'S LUNCH
for Quality and

Service

116 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.

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Delta

VERTISI N

Leave Copy
At
Quarry: sand
The Delta

Doris McDonald, '19, of Lansing, is
spending the week end in Ann Ar-
bor.
Helen Gifford, '18, of Flint, is vis-
iting friends in Ann Arbor over this
week end.
Margaret Rauner, '19, of Hartford,
is the guest of friends in the city over
Sunday.
Marguerite Eness, '18, of Grand Rap-
ids, came Friday to spend a few days
as. the guest of friends in the city.
Helen and Mildred Cannelly, '12, of
Detroit, are in Ann Arbor this week
end as guests of friends.
Helen Robeson, '17, of Traverse City,
is the guest of friends in Ann Arbor
over this week end.
Florence Snyder, '16, of Owosso,
came Friday for a visit with friends.
Luella Gallmeyer, '16, and Alice Fish,
'17, of Grand Rapids, are spending a
few days in the city as the guests of
friends.
Anne Visseher, '17, of Holland, is
visiting friends in Ann Arbor this
week end.
Winifred Chase, '05, of Deruft, is
spending several days in the' ciLY.
Helen Bourt, '19, of Detroit, is the-
guest of friends in Ann Arbor over
Sunday.
Margaret Long, '17, of Detroit, came
Friday to spend the week end in the
city as the guest of friends.
FINAL FACULTY CONCERT
SCHEDULED THIS AFTERNOON
Samuel Pierson Lockwood will lead
the University Symphony orchestra in
the 'last Twilight concert of the sea-
son at 3 o'clock this afternoon in Hill
auditorium, to which the general pubs
lic is invited.
An attractive program consisting of
"Two Slavonic Dances" by Dvorak,
the "Ruy Blas" overture by Mendels-
sohn, and Tschaikowsky's B flat min-
or concerto, has been prepared.
Mrs. Maud Okkelberg of this city,
for many years a member of the School
of Music faculty, will appear as piano
soloist.

Liberty

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Necessaries

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applicable to those mho

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have not yet made their preparations

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HELP WANTED

Evening Gowns, 1-2 Price
For those who have been tardy in getting
their dresses for the J-Hop - or any other
formal affair-our sale of Evening Gowns
at one-half price will be decidedly interest-
mg.
All these gowns are in choice materials. of
the season and in styles thoroughly indica-
tive of the prevailing modes. All desired
colors are showni chiffon taffetas; satins
and laces, trimmed in maline and crepe
Georgette-a few are lace trimmedy Prices
are one-half.
(SECOND FLOOR)

FOR MEN-just received-a BLACK N 0 R W E G I A N
GRAIN BROGUE OXFORD-a real one.
f

Fourth Ave

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Get Good Goods at Goodyear's

New Afternoon Dresses
We have on display an unusually wide as-
sortment of Afternoon Dresses, embracing
all the fashion tendencies of the spring sea-
son.
Dominant among these for semi-formal wear
are the dresses of satin, chiffon, taffeta and

)ST-Black leather covered notebook
in second floor corridor Chemistry
building. Finder please return to 1122
Washtenaw or leave in room 230
Chemistry building. Stuart J. Colvin.
)ST-Cream colored silk scarf with
blue stripes. Had owner's name on.
Please return to Helen Middleswart,
Newberry Residence.
)ST-Will the man who exchanged
overcoats with me at the College
Inn, phone Martin at 904-J.
)ST-Phi Chi Fraternity pin. Find-
er please call F. Miner, 609. Re-

WANTED-Students wishing to make
some extra money may do st4 by
acting as pin setter at Michigan U n-
.on Bowling Alleys. Apply at Man-
acting as pin setter at Michigan Un-
ion Bowling Alleys. Apply at Man-
ager's office.
MEN WANTED - The Production
Foundries Co. can use four men for
work during afternoons next week
and during spring vacation. Call
Weston at 1875, Monday morning.
FOR SALE

crepe Georgette in plain and fancy creations.
Many are prettily beaded, while others are
embroidered in attractive designs, making
each dress stand out as an individually dis-
tinctive model.
(SECOND FLOOR)

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Gloves

- Large Cameo pin.
e call 1870-J.

Finder FOR SALE-Two May Festival cou-
. pons. Price $3.00. Phone 197.

A Glove-assortment is found
here that includes silk gloves
of every kind, chamoisette
and French kid gauntlets, 16
and 20-button kid gloves for
formal wear, and almost any
thing that may be desired in
the glove category.
(MAIN FLOOR)

Hosiery
Many new Hosiery items
are presenting themselves this
season, as are many new
shades. Among the new col.-
ors is one of light brown to
match the shoes which are so
becoming and so popular
this spring.
(MAIN FLOOR)

Blouses are here in a profu-.
sion of colors, materials and
designs too numerous to elab-
orate upon. Suffice it to- say
that almost any personal
preference may be gratified
in a manner entirely satisfac-

WANTED
D - Student desires single
in vicintiy of Hill and Wash-
Ayes. Phone, Middleditch,
ID, TO BUY-A good second-
cainoe. Phone R. C. Schuntz,

Blouses

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FOR RENT
TO RENT-Dress .suit in fine condi-
tion, size 36. Phone 2485-R.
MISCELLANEOUS
ALMA NORSWORTHY - Mackinnon
(Gold Medalist) Humorous and
Dramatic Reader, Teacher of Elocu-
tionn and Expression, is now open to
receive pupils apd concert. engage-
ments. 343 r-2 S. Main St.
WILL GIRL who took Umbrella from
corner in Natural Science rest room
kindly return same to Secretary's,

tory.

(MAIN FLOOR)

)m mate to share a
11. Phone 1374-W.
r without 8 o'clocks.

The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor,. contains all
the I st Campus, City and World
News.-Adv.
Oriental Rugs on sale, $75 to $200.
See our window. Koch and Henne.
Adv.
Indoor'base balls, all sizes at Cush-
ing's.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-:Adv.

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