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April 24, 1921 - Image 4

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FERLBO MEN
te information regarding a
ks' vacation this summer for
er supervision of the federal
r vocational education is now
le at the 'office of the local
oard co-ordinator, 310 South
eet, who is mailing a special
concerning the camp to all
the University eligible to

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E DANCE TICKET TWO MICHIGAN PROFESSORS
SALE CLOSES WEDNESDAY ATTENDING PHYSICS MEET
.,,-'D +. t Prof H. M. Randa. '11. and Dr.C.F.

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O'clock Friday at
Union

Next Wednesday closes the sale of
tickets for the annual All-Law Crease
dance given by the senior laws. The
dance will be held from 9 to 1 o'clock.
Refreshments will be served as has
always been the custom.
The tickets, whicl include the "Sub-
poena" invitations for the women, are
$2.00 apiece and may be obtained from
the following senior laws: Thurman
B. Doyle, Herman A. August, Edward
M. Martiner, Frank L. Walters, Turner
M. Rudesill, George R. Larwill, and
Charles A. Libby.
QUARTER OF R. 0. T. C. MEN
TO ATTEND SUMMER CAMPS

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Meyer, of the physics department, are
attending the meeting of the American
Physical society in Washington, D. C.
R. L. Becker's recent paper on "The
Exploded Wire Spectrum of Calcium"~
will be presented to the meeting by
Professor Randa, '11.
Immediately following this meeting
the spectroscopic committee of the
National Research council will hold a
meeting in the same city. Professor
Randall expects to attend this meet-
ing also and will return to Ann Arbor
early next week with Dr. Meyer.

English and Scotch
Tweeds and Hor espuns

Something Different

ough the courtesy of Major Gen-
Leonard A. Wood, the district
has secured for use in this con-
n the camp at Fort Sheridan, Ill.,
ed on Lake Michigan an hour's
forth of Chicago. Buildings will
novated to accommodate 10,000{
Facilities for athletics, such as
sports, baseball, tennis, golf,
g, and wrestling will be provided
the supervision of a college ath-I
irector.
een dollars for the two weeks
e the maximum cost to the vet-
. Provisions for reduced trans-
ion cost to and from the camp
ow being attempted. Ex-service
now receiving training pay will
ue to receive compensation dur-
.e two weeks they spend at camp.
.ere will be absolutely nothing of
ailitary in connection with this
on," says the bulletin. "The only,
t of the camp is to provide a real
ion at almost no expense."
BITION OF WEAVING NOW
OPEN IN MEMORIAL HALL
es of weaving of workmanship
iperior to the ordinary commer-
:ind are now being shown in an
ition loaned by Cheney Brothers
w York, that was opened yester-
n the northwest room, main floor
e Alumni Memorial building. In
al instances antique fabrics have
reproduced exactly, notably a
and blue Chinese gauze and a red
sk altar-cloth of Italian design.
tal, medieval, and renaissance
Is of design are represented, be-
a number of modern weaves.
exhibition, which is under the
ces of the architectural college,'
e of charge and will be continued
gh the week.

More than 25 per cent of the mem-
bers of the University R. O. T. C. will
attend summer camp this summer at
the following camps Coast artillery
camp, Fort Monroe, Old Point Com-
fort, Va.; signal corps, Camp Alfred
Vail, Little Silver, N. J.; and infantry
camp, Fort Sheridan, Ill.
Present records show that 47 men
from the University will attend the
coast artillery basic camp, and 20 will
attend the advanced camp; 13 will
enroll in the signal corps basic camp
and none in the advanced, and five will
go to the infantry basic camp and one
to the advanced, making a total of 86.
The infantry and the coast artillery
camps will open June 16 and will close
July 26. The signal corps camp opens
June 23 and closes August 2.
In view of the fact that examina-
tions will interfere with the opening
date of the camps, the students who
will attend will leave about June 22.
PRES. BURTON IN DETROIT
FRIDAY FOR CONFERENCE
President Marion L. Burton was inj
Detroit Friday for a conference with
Albert Kahn, architect, and Regent
William L. Clements. In the evening
President Burton attended a meeting
of the executive committee of the Mich-
igan Manufacturers' association in the
Hotel Statler. The work of the Uni-
versity department of engineering re-
search was discussed.

Party'
Picnic
Camp
The CIROLA portable
phonograph has aatone
pleasing to the ear, and
is only a $35 investment
We Invite Critics
THE THRUN
MUSIC HOUSE
211 E. LIBERTY ST.
"Home of the Vocalion'

For that SPORT COAT
Just the thing this Season to wear with
White Flannel Trousers
We are showing a very Snappy Assortment
of these materials which we can make to
your order in any style you desire at very
reasonable prices

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CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS AND HATS
South State Street at William

Watch for the New Dobb's STRAWS; they are here just
waiting for the weather

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HE BANK OF SERVICE
Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World. E
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
ARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

smartly attired

So. Main St.

880 So. State St. (Nickels Arcade)

Member of the Federal Reserve System.

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ET dresses in the charming styles illus-
trated here are the newest developments
which fashion has conceived for semi-formal
wear. Pearl gray, navy blue and white are
the colors in which these clever frocks are dis-
played. The illustrations give an exact in-
terpretation of the modes and show the dain-
ty uses made of pin tucks, ruffles and picot-
edged ribbons. A number of these dresses
are already on display here; special ordrs will
bring others very quickly.

Dresses of Net

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FOR MEN WHO ARE ACTIVE OUT-OF-
DOORS, THIS ,TYPE OF GARMENT,
WITH ITS COPYRIGHTED FASH-
IONFPARK EXTENSZON SLEEVE
FEATURI, OFFERS A MEANS TO
COMFORT AND GOOD APPEARANCE.
IT IS PRESENTED IN H-O41ESPUNS,
HERRINGBONE, AND PLAIN FABRICS.

A sale of suits'
25 to 33 1-3 per cent less
E ARLY season discounts are
featured on suits this week.
Tricotines, French serges and Poi-
ret twjils are the materials em-
ployed in these models, in which
long tailored lines with flare hips
predominate. Here and there,
however, one may find a Russian
blouse with tuxedo front, a scal-
loped skirt, a box-coat effect. The
beauty of these less conservative
suits is enhanced by colored em-
broilery, fancy silk sashes and
other trimming touches.'

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Hats for sports
$5.00 to $10.00
THE smartest hats for sports
wear, no doubt, and priced ex-
tremely low. Brightly colored
straws are combined with soft
yarns and fashionable felts to
make dashing models. Peanut
straws are very much in promi-
nence, while ribbons of all hues
are uniquely adapted. Black and
white are two shades that are well
represented, for their use has
found particular favor this season.
$5 to $10.

CUSTOM SERVICE WITHOUT
THE A1VNOYANCE OFA TRY-ON
REA ) Y- TO-PtUT- ON
TAILORED A T FASHIION PA RK

. F. WUERTH CO.
NEXT TO WUERTM THEATRE

Apparel featured here and other late ready-to-
wear styles will be found on our second floor

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