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May 07, 1921 - Image 4

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, Wiomen
Trhere will be no Women's league

Peaches! Peaches! Lar
in heavy syrup for two bit
at Schultz Grocery.-Adv.

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:d you of
days

party on Friday afternoon
week.

of thisl

be here
E NOT PREPARED
with comfort.

Chaperones forrdances this com-
ing week end are as follows : At
the Union, Friday-Mrs. Yates Adams;
Saturday-Miss Martha Hills; at the
Armory, Friday - Mrs F. P. Ward;
Saturday-Mrs. H. G. Berger..

Ready to Serve
AT ANY TIME
Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot t.a and bowl of rice
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
E6 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
613 Liberty St. .

how miserable one feels. -
lored, light weight Suit
lg way towards an enjoyable Summer
'ES are reasonable
ZKMANSJ-IIP is the best
me your inspection.
ch Suits and Flannel Trousers

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teur Finishir
nlargements
shlights and
tside Groups

-Now ready.

L MALCOLM
ast Liberty Street.

'T NATIONAL BANK
OF
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
X]B ER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
'BANK IN THE CITY
BANK IN THE COUNTY
'NATIONAL BANK IN STATE OF MICHIGAN
GRA'NTED CHARTER NUMBER 22
BYI THE GOVERNMENT ,IN 1863

OFFICERS
KIINNE .......... ...........President
SON SOULE..........Vice-President
ZT F. GAUSS................Cashier
F. GRUNER......... .Asst. Cashier
e M. HAWLEY.........Asst. Cashier,

The Association of Collegiate Alum-
nae, with Mrs. Marion L. Burton, will
receive the senior girls Saturday eve-
ning, May 7, from 7 to 9 o'clock, at
the home of President Burton. Sen-
iors are requested to wear caps and
gowns.
Spring initation of Athena Literary
society will be held at 10 o'clock this
morning in the Alpha Nu room. At
11 o'clock, all members will leave Un-
iversity' hail for the" annual picnic.
Each girl is requested to bring her
own cup and silver.
Ther) twill be a meeting of the
Mummers' club at 4 o'clock Monday
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium par-
lors. All those who are not present
or who do not notify Florence Derrick
will be automatically dropped from
the club.
Y.W.C.A. PROPOSES .
POSSIBLE CHANGES
Y. W. C. A. policies for the coming
year will be definitely acted upon at
a meeting of all campus women at 4
o'clock Tuesday afternoon in Newber-
ry hall. The following plans were
submitted as possibilities for next
year.
The present organization is a kind
of modified Y. W. C. A. within the S.
C. A. Its advantages can be summed
up as follows Membership in the
women's department unlimited,-that
is, all women of Christian faith may'
be members of the women's depart-
ment of the S. C. A.; co-operation with
churches possible; co-operation with
religious work of the men. The dis-
advantages are: The present organ-
ization is unaffihiated with the nation-
al Y. W. C. A. board; delegates not
able to vote at Y. W. C. A. conven-
tions; possibility of a regular affiliated'
Y. W. C. A. being formed, should this
organization be obliged to drop the
name of Y. W. C. A.
Three Plans Outlined
The second possible plan would be
a Y. W. C. A. separate from the S. C.
A. The advantages are outlined as
follows: A strictly Y. W. C. A. tpro-
gram could be put in operation,-that
is, one which would include commit-
tees for membership, religious meet-
(Continued on Page Six)
Spanish Society Elects Officers
At i meeting held Thursday, May 5,
La Sociedad Hispanica elected the fol-
lowing officers for the ensuing year:
Marvin Faust, '23, president; Harriet
Wilson, '23, vice-president; Margaret
Moye, '22, secretary; and Ralph Gow-
er, '22, treasurer. These officers will
be installed at the next meeting, of
that society.
W HY

SUGAR BOWL
HOME MADE CANDY
ABSOLUTELY' CLEAN
BEST LINE IN THE CITY
EVERYTHING
MADE IN ANN ARBOR
LIGHT LUNCHES
ANN ARBOR
SUGAR BOWL
DON'T FORGET

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TO OBTAIN SOME OF
SWAIN'S

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PRESENTED BY

THE SENIOR CLASS of the
ANN ARBOR HIGH SCHOOL

Views of the Campus and
Huron liiver for your
M-Book.
Especally careful seri'ice in
film developing and printing
for amateurs
713 E. UNIVERSITY AV.

PATTENGILL AUDITORIUM, MAY 7 -

TICKETS 25 AND 35 CENTS
AT WAHR'S AND GRAHAM'S

"The Romancers
"Joint Owners in Spain"

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DIRECTORS
Walter C. Mack '
Geo. W. Patterson
c D. B. Sutton
Erwin E. Schmid
Harrison Soule
Frank A. Stivers

ARE YOU GOING

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CANOE ING TOM ORI
F SO you will want a canoe lunch with- you. Here at our store we have c
ffor sandwiches, potted hams, etc., in fact, eirerything that goes to make i
prepared basket lunch.
Call at our store or phone us and we will be glad to supply you with what

JR BUSINESS SOLICITED

WEINMANN

m EISENDORFER

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The Store of -Quality and Serbice

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COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

THREE PHONES 1500

ONE

ADVERTISING

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OST AND FOUND
aday afternoon on Wash-
etween Hill St. and South
y, a small lavender purse
g a $5 bill and a key. Find-
e phone 1098-M. \ 149-3
ursday, May 5, between Li-
d Hill St., silver mesh bag
g meal tickets for Arcade
and Tuttle's. Please noti-
Tuger, 520 Hill St. 150-2
Ferry Field, Thursday, a
ch chain key on end, and
skull slide. If found, please
ight. Phone 2220. Re-
150-2
[1 the finder of Kappa NuI
initialed M. R., lost about
go, please call 751-W? Re-'
150-1
iii wrist watch on campus
ay evening. Finder call
ha Cook. Reward. 149-3
3 Prom vanity case con-
money and key. Finder
11 2283-J. 150-1
ather note book. Finder
>tify Gordon S. Cook. Phone
Reward. 150-2
opaz pin, chased gold set-
eward. 509 Wash. Phone
150-2
.ta Gamma pin. Call 110-R.
150-2
FOR SALE
- Rooming House, good
opportunity, will bring in
month. Suitable for Sor-
Fraternity. First class con-
Fine location. 602 Monroe.
hi owner, phone 7106-F3.
149-3
.-One May Festival com-
arse ticket. First row first
Phone_2254-M. 150,
E-1917 Buick touring car.
edition.- Call at 533 Church

WANTED
WANTED- Ambitious students for
profitable sales work during vaca-
tion. Opportunities for anaking big
money this summer, selling our up-
to-date Maps and Atlases; were
never before equalled. Exceptional
propositions for those who have had
experience in this line. Can use
theinexperienced also. If you are
open to employment, write us, giv-
ing details in first letter. Rand Mc-
Nally and Co., Chicago, Ill. 148-5
WANTED-Girls-for profitable sum-
mer salesmanship work. To .earn
$200 a month and 'up. Dignified
salaried positions. See Mr. Zeiler,
Room 222, Nickel's Arcade. Today.
150
WANTED-Men to sell brushes dur-
ing summer. Good money making
proposition. Call 1268 between 6:15
and 7:15 evenings, or write 1007 E.
Huron. 148-21j
WANTED-Use of several canoes for
one day trip. Will pay $5 for each.
Call Toy, phone 1612-W. 146-6

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4'QUALITY.
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DO YOU
SUPPOSE

Glean up
Paint up
We have everything

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TUTTLE'S

IS ALWAYS
CROWDED?

you need that will improve the appearance of
your house and lawn.

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WANTED-Experienced chef
for Fraternity. Call 1016.
the Steward.

to cook
Ask for
150-2

For Service
CALL
ANN ARBOR
YFLLOW CAB CO.
Lobby of American Hotel

All kinds of imple.. - Paints, Varnishes, Old English Floor
ments that will St.dns, Alabastine, Wax
etc., for the inside will bring that
and outside of Luster
grow better. your home. to your floor.
o. C. FsOher Co.

WANTED-Tosbuysor rent a rooming
house. Address, Mrs. . Marble,
Marshall, Mich. 150-3
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Steam heated apartment.
.See J. K. Malcolm, 604 E. Liberty
St. 150-2
MISCELLANEOUS-
BIG RECORDS made for April on
Health and -.Accident Insurance.
Only a few more good agencies left
worth from $500 to $1000 per month
to hustlers for summer vacation.
We want bright active men and will
pay high for them. See me before
May 1th. H. L. Baldwin, 310 State
St., National Casualty Co. 147-21

UP-TO-THE-MINUTE HARDWARE

Supplies
Everything from
Safety Pins to
Graham Crackers
Blow int
C. G. BRUBAUGH & SON

Main near Washington

Washington near Main

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