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May 14, 1921 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FUNDS ESTAB51ISRED
FtO UVERSTYE
roit alumnae of Collegiate Sor-
are presenting a loan fund forj
r girls to the University. Th
ipal, at present $1!X, is to be
I to -rom time to tume. ioans
Sb1 admi istered y the Presi
tne' desii of women a a thurd

cerson to be ch n by the donors.
Mortarxoard, s or women's hon-
orary society, has a fund of $153 which
they are preparing to increase and
nac for loaning .c University women.
The girls a re eighted with my
snmer froeks. Original designs at
prices w thin react of all. The Vogue
UThonpp.--A1y.

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College lehang es
Oxford-Oxford university for the
first time in its history of 900 yeors
has conferred degrees on women.
Ohio State-At Ohio State senior
women in the department of home ec-
onomics occupy a flat ideally furnish-
ed and operated. Six women and a
chaperone occupy it at a time for a
period of two consecutive weks. Each
takesher' turn in filling the office of
hostess, housekeeper, cook, assistant
cook, waitress, and maid. This counts
as laboratory work to supplement the
three hours lecture a week..
Colorado-A campaign to raise
$200,000 for the University hospital
and medical school is to be conducted
throughout Colorado in the near fut-
ure. The Rockefeller foundation has

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.,.omen
Chaperones for the dances are as
follows: Union-Saturday, Mrs. Yates
Adams; Armory - Saturday, Mrs.
Mabel E. Cake.
Any women interested in work as
waitresses at Gration Inn, near Port
Huron, for this summer should call
Helen Alunger, phone 1322-.M.
Wyvern will hold its next meeting
at 7: 30 o'clock Tuesday evening at the
Alpha Phi house.
There will be a regular rehearsal of
the University Girls' Glee club at
4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium.
Do you eat to live
- or libe to eat?

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Corn iFlakes, 15 cent pkg. now 10
cents, at Schultz Grocery on State
St.-Adv.
Hugo Prucha will play a flute soloj
at the Upper Room Bible Class Meet-
ing tonight. The hour is 7 o'clock.
All men of the University cordially
invited. Give this class a trial. We
think you will like it.-Adv.

Craftsmen's Club, Masc
7:30 P. M. All Masons i
Miss Mary F. Minnis
-formerly with Mack and
at the Saunder's Hair S
of every week" Phone 2
pointments.-Adv.

Seniors order: your cards nowv

already reminded you of
e hot, sweltering days
will soon be here

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IF YOU ARE NOT PREPARED
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miserable one feels.

given $850,000 and the
$6,000,

legislature{

The MAYER-SCHAIRER Co.
Engrabers, Printers and Binders

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Goes a long way towards an enjoyable Summer
Our PRICES are reasonable
Our WORKMANSHIP is the best
We welcome your inspection.
Palm Beach Suits and Flannel Trousers.
Ready to Wear-Now ready.

MALCOLM

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Virginia-The largest open-air or-
gan east of the Rocky Mountains is
being set up at the University. of Vir-
ginia, as a part of the equipment for
their new Greek " amphitheater. The
instrument' contains 2,257 individual
pipes, one set of chimes, and forty
stops, making every shade of musical
expression.
Wisoonsin-High schol editors of
the middle west met at Madison, Wis.,
recently and formed the Central In-
terstate Press association. This as-
sociation will give prizes for the best
monthly magazine published by a high
school and for the best weekly paper.
Wisconsin--The tuition bill provid-
viding for $500 annual fees for non-
resident students was overwhelming-
Ily redected by the ?assembly. An
amendment for tuition of $500 for for-
eign students was also killed by a
vote of 80 to 12.
Iowa ollege-- Clarence," a three-
act comedy by Booth Tarkington; has
been selected by the commttee as the
play to be presented this year by the
seniors. The cast includes five men
and five women.

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WILLIAM HOCHREIN

Try TUTTLE'S for home
cooked wholesome meals
One-half block south of "Mai"

East Liberty Street.
btanks
of the. Huron

BUS LINE
ADRIAN-TECUMSEH-ANN ARBOR
Central Standard Time
Sun-
NORTH Week day
A.M. P.M.
Lv. Adrian-Main Corners........ 7:45 4.o0
Lv. Tecumseh-Main Corners..... 8:2s 4:40
Lv. Clinton-Main Corners...... 8:4:5 50z
Lv. Saline-Main Corners........935 5:5o
Ar. AnnArbor-Main & Huron... .o:io 6:25
SOUTH P.M. P.M
Lv. Ann Arbor-Huron & 4th Ave. 4:35 7 :00
Lv. Saline-Main Corners........5:10 7:35
Lv. Clinton -Main Corners....... 6:oo 8:25
Lv. Tecumseh-Main Corners.....6:20 8:45
Ar. Adrian-Main Corners........ 7:00 9:25

Repairing a Specialty

112 South Main Street

Phone 1404

Plumbing, Steammand Hot Water Beating

Bell Phone 525

211 S. Fourth Ave

A 11 Work Guaranteed Satisfactory

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What More Ideal Place for Lunch- -and what
more satisfying than
OUR SPECIAL CANOE LUNMhES?
Phone 15934-it will be ready.

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ADVERTISING

WANTED

FOR SALE

TED-Two good salesmen living
or near Cincinnatti to handle a
k .selling household utensil this
mer. See MALLEAUX AND
.RK, 210 S. Thayer St., upstairs,
ween 3:00 and 5:30 or 6:30 and
D P. M. 13
TED-Men to sell brushes dur-
summer. Good money making
position.' Call Eman, 1268, be-
en 6:30 and8:30 evenings or
te 1007 E. Huron. 148-21
TED-House to rent for next
ol year, suitable for fraternity.
it be fairly modern and in desir-
location. Write Box, P. F. B.,
ly.. 156-2
TED - Furnished house where
Ilady will give board' for select
up of about fifteen for next year.
E. P., Daily office. 153-5
[ED-Men to sell toys to dealers.
eral commissions. Write for
ticulars. Wilder Mfg. Co., 'St.
is, Mo. 155-3
[ED-Two good May Festival
ets on main floor for Friday and
irday nights. Call 2665-W. 154-7
'ED-To buy Ford roadster or
ring. Must be cheap. Call Joe,
.-W, after 6 P. M. 155-2
LOST AND FOUND
-Jewelled Eastern Star pin, on
pus or in vicinity, Thursday aft-
oon. Reward if returned to Har-
Hall, corner Huron and State
156
-Shell-rimmed glasses Tuesday
rnoon near corner of Lawrencel

FOR SALE-Furniture at 1236 Wash-
tenaw, one side-board, black walnut
over. 75 -years old and many other
old antiques. All niust be sold.
154-6'
FOR SALE-Corona typewriter, prac-
ticalty new.. Original ribbon still
on machine. $32.50. Address Box
D. H., Michigan Daily. 155-2
FOR SALE-Two May Festival course
tickets near center of first balcony,
L. J. Young, 319 Natural Science
building. 154-3
FOR SALE--Canoe rugs-the famous
"Dixie" brand. 7 $1.95' each at the St.
Clair Shop, 309-311 No. 4th Ave. 156-3
FOR SALE-Two course tickets for
May Festival. Excellent location on
Main floor. Call 1122-W. 156-3
FOR SALE--Speedster in good condi-
tion. Inquire 1119 South University
Ave. 155-3
FOR SA.LjE-Two May Festival course
tickets. First balcony. Phone 1744-J.
155-2
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 15th. H. L. Baldwin, 310 State
St., National Casualty Co. 147-21
FOR RENT

Newberry Annual
To Appear Soon
Residents of Helen Newberry resi-
dence are working on their annual
publication which will appear early
in June. The dormitory has issued
a similar annual during the six years
that the house has been open. Each
resident .is provided with a copy to
keep as a record of dormitory activ-
ities.
This year the book will include a
cut of the best cartoon submitted on
events of this year. Among the other
features of the book are individual
pictures of each resident, one of the
social director, ind one of the dor-
mitory, as well as many snap-shots.
There will be a calendar of red 1t-
ter days in the dormitory and a num-
ber of stories and verses.
Stella Brunt, '22, managing editor,
and Euphemia Carnahan, '22, busi-
ness manager, are assisted by the
following staff: Catherine Stafford,
'24, literary editor; Josephine Mc-
Guineas, '21, joke editor; and Mabel
Kadow, '23, art editor. Material for
the annual is contributed entirely by
the girls of Helen Newberry resi-
dence.
SENIOR SOCIETY
ELECTS MEMBERS
Senior society, an honorary organ-
ganization of University women,- init-
iated the following members Thursday
night: Eleanor Brown, Edith Cady,
Helen Chambers, Euphemia Carna-
han, Beata Hasley, Eleanor Neil, Jul-
iet Peddle, Florence Shirey, and Mary
Van Deinse.
After the initiation which was held
at the home of Bernice Nickles, '21,
supper was served. Dean Myrp B.
Jordan, Anna B. Steele, '16, and Kath-
erine Kilpatrick, '21L, were present.
PROF. W. F. COLBY ATTENDING,
EINSTEIN LBCTURES IN EAST
Prof. W. F. Colby, of the physics de-
partment, is attending the series of
lectures on the theory of "Relativity"
which are being given this week by
Prof. Albert Einstein of the University
of Berlin, at Princeton university.
Professor Einstein is in this country
as a member of the Ziqnist committee.
He recently gave several lectures at
the University of Chicago.
An attempt to get Professor Ein-
stein to speak at the University failed
because of lack of time at his dis-
posal.

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