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OBTAIN SOME OF
WAIN'S

TUTTLE'S

/iews of the Campus and
Huron River for your
M-Book.
'specially careful serrice in
im developing and printing
for amateurs
'13 E. UNIVERSITY AV.

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IISALWAYS
CROW DED?
Courteous and satisfactory
TRE~ATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small..
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital xnd Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources........$5,000,000.00
707 North University Ave.
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron

COMMERCE CLUB OFFERS
STUDENTS_ SUMMER JOBS
HAS >0 REQUESTS FROM FIRMS
AT PRESENT TIME; MANY
ALREADY FILLED
Results are materializing from more
than 2,500 circular letters sent to bus-
iness men in Detroit and Chicago by
the employment department of the
Commerce club which is attempting to
secure positions for business admin-
istration students.
At the present time there are 50
summer positions which firms have
asked the club to fill. A number of
men and women have aYready secured
other positions through the club.
Acting as 'a medium between the
business world and graduates of the
economics department, the club is get-
ting in touch with thousands of em-
ployers. Circulars are now being sent
to Cleveland business men in addition
to firms in the smaller Michigan cities.
The club, which was organized last
fall, has its office at 141 Natural Sci-
ence building, where information is
available regarding the positions.
The next speaker to talk'under the,
auspices of the club will be Dean S. S.
,Marquis, of Detroit, who comes on
Thursday, May 12.
ATTEMPT1T FIND LOST
TREASIURE OF NAPOLEON

FESTIVAL NOTES
Florence Hinkle, who is to sing the
principal soprano parts in the per-
formance of the "Elijah" to be given
Thursday evening of the May Festival
week, is an artist whose progress in
the world of music is unusual.
She is a Philadelphia girl. Her early
career was begun in a church choir,
her first position being secured when
she was 15 years old. Her .voice soon
attracted attention, and she began to
think about a professional career. The
next step made was a' trip to New
York to get a church positign that
would pay her enough to secure good
lessons. When she applied for a posi-
tion, her hair was i1 braids and the
organist laughed at her request; but
when Miss Hinkle had sung for him,
that organist changed his mind.
Since that time she has become an
artist who, it is said, is a model for
other sopranos to follow. In addition
to the hundred recitals, which she has
given in this country, and Canada, she
has at some time been the soloist with
every leading orchestra and choral so-
ciety in the country. Her work is also
associated with the great music fes-
tivals at Ann Arbor, Worcester, Cin-
cinnati, Evanston, and Bethlehem.
I Miss Hinkle's voice is characterized
by a purity of tone and style, but at
the same time byawarmth and expres-
sion in interpretation.~ A New York
critic recently said of her: "It is
good to recognize in the singing of
Miss Hinkle all the rare beauty of
I voice, all the admirable technical con-
trol, the intelligence and genuinely'
musical feeling that have heretofore
won praise for her art." r
48 ARE DISMISSED FOR LOW
MAR'S AT LELAND STANFORD

IPETROIT NITEP LINES
In Effect Nov. 2, 19'4
Between
Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jaekson
tEastern Standard Time)
Limited and Express car,4 leave for
Detroit at 6:05 a. m., 7:05 a. i.,
8:10 a. i., and hourly to 9:10 p. m.
Limiteds to Jackson at 8:48 a. i. and
every two hours to 8:48 p. . Es-
presses at 9:48 a. m. and e-,ery two
bours to 9:48 p. m.
Locals to Detroit-5:55a.n., 7:00 a.m.
and every two hours to 9:00 p. iu.,
also 11:00 p. m.To ps ia WlilN,
11:40 p.m., 12:25 a.m., and 1: 15 a m.
Locals to Jaekson--7:Sd . a. . and
l2:t0n.

High Class Food

Students l

I Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m

409 Jefferson

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STEAMSHIP TICKETS
TO ALL FOREIGN COUNTRIES
PLAN YOUR
EUROPEAN TRIP
WITH
W. F. KELLER
412 Natl. Bnik 1dg'

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Students' Lamps
and Fixtures . ._

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MIMEOGRAPHING
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BOOK PAPER
Very Reasonable R a t es

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Telephone 273

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FILMS

AMATEUR FINISHING
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Warsaw, April 10.-(By Mail.)-
Treasure seekers are to begin work
soon in an effort to recover a wealth
of gold and silver reported to have
been hidden from the enemy by French
soldiers in a lake near Vilna during
Napoleon's retreat from Russia in 1812.
The task is to be undertaken by French
and Polish engineers under super-
vision of the two governments.
4 plan of the lake, marking the spot
where the treasure was dropped into
the water by the troops, has been re-
covered by the authorities. Estimates
of the value of the gold and silver
ranges from 45,000,000 to 60,000,000
gold rubles ($22,500,000 to 30,000,000).
Many guns and flags and even car-
riages and other articles belonging to
the emperor himself were slipped into
the lake at the time, it is said, to pre-
vent their falling into the hands of the
pursuing Russians.
Initial plans to recover the treasure
were interrupted by the beginning of
the war in 1914.

Scholarship returns at Leland Stan-
ford for the winter quarter show that
two per cent of the total student body
has been disqualified for further reg-
istration in the university. Approxi-
mately 10 per cent are placed on pro-
bation,'which means that they will not
be allowed to participate in any col-
lege activities until their ,records are
satisfactory. The figures give 48 dis-
missed and 275 on probation.
Will Send Students to Belgium
New York, April 30.-The commis-
sion for relief in Belgium will select
at once 24 graduates of American
colleges to study in Belgium.

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You are interested in profitable work which will add in a
direct way to your college education.
A Agood proposition for you selling brushes in your home
town or elsewhere during the summer months. Accepted ap-
plicants will be trained free before school is out-no time lost!
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THE CLUB LUNCH
712 ARBOR STREET
Near State and Packard

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Ready to Serve
AT ANY TMI!
Open from 1t am. ,to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot tea and biewI of rioo,
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
35 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
Qua" j"Tun Lo
613 L~berty S&t.,JD

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SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON ALL
COLLEGE GOODS AT

DARLING & MALLEAUX

ALKINS- Next Sunday
ETCHER
C Mother's Day

224 - 226 S. State Street

7 Nickels Arcade

SCHUMACHER HARDWARE COMPANYI

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A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS

IF YOU HAD THE

NORTH POLE ON YOUR BACK PORCH
You wouldn't need a refrigerator. And you could turn the ice-man down
"Cold" every morning. But there's no need of thinking about such a fine
idea, so the only thing is to keep cool on as little ice as you can. And then
this brings us around to our subject.
REFRIGERATORS
We only wish that we could put one of these beautiful big refrigerators
right in your kitchen. We could prove to you in five minutes how it would
pay you Big to junk that leaky old ice box and buy a real cooler. We
back every sale with the

KEEP A TIGHT GRIP
ON YOUR "DOUGH
SEE HOW FAR YOUR
CASH
E",RY man is in duty bound
J2.tq p ot ct his finances.
Every dollar yp~g pp a hold of
should be examined ctoly to
see how much comfort-value it
contains. Any of your money
Fhaf i spent here for plumbing
W ii win yu the proper re-
tumu X1;t untnent.

Send Whitman

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Candy

On Sale Oniy at

324 So, State St.

"SCHUMACHER" GUARANTEE

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DROP AROUND WHEN YOU'RE DOWN TOWN

IT WILL PAY YOU

BERENAK & MARTIN
PLUMBING HEATING
REPAIRING
Phone 2452
320 NORTH MAIN STREET

E. an So. University Ave.

711 Packard St.

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