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May 19, 1921 - Image 6

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will be 40 new girls living in the dor-
AINED mitory next year.
house Dance of the May, Dexter, Friday,
to all May 20. Hague Park Orchestra.-Adv.
to the
rear to' Did you ever try using The Daily as
attend a Shopping Direct y? Satisfaction is
at your command i you patronize our
There advertisers.-Adv.

WOMEN HEAR ADDRESS
ONl COMMUNITY WORKI

PHASES OF SOCIAL WORK
SENTED BY MISS
CHEEK

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Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or smal.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........$6,000,000.00
707 North, University Ave.
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron

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eed Extra Courses?
>ing over 400 courses in History, English,
r,Zoology, Modern Languages, Economics,
etc., given by correspondence. Inquire
y be applied on present college program.
CHICAGO. ILLINOIS Teat

"There are many opportunities for
University graduates in the United
States and in foreign countries in
community and educational work,"
said Miss Mary Ashly Cheek, a rep-
resentative o? the national Presbyter-
ian mission board, who_ has been in
Ann Arbor presenting to students the
types of work that are open to them.
"Among the various kinds of work,"
she said, "is the social work with for-
eigners in cities and in mining dis-
tricts, community and educational work
in distant places, such as the south-
ern mountain regions, the western
states, Porto Rico, Cuba, and Alaska,
and foreign work in Oriental coun-
tries. Students may go into any of
the work, except that in Oriental
countries, directly from college, but
some practica' experience is required
before they are sent to the Orient.
There ,are openings for business ad-
ministrative students, for engineers,
for medical graduates, for nurses, and
in fact for students of all professions."
Miss cheek spoke- of the 15 fellow-
ships which are available to those
who have received their A.B. degree.
These are generally awarded for study
at Columbia where there is a course
in' which part of the work is academic
and part is training in actual service
work. Those who take this course re-
ceive their M. A. degree and a profes-
sional diploma in social religious
work.
While in Ann Arbor Miss ~ Cheek
spoke at the dormitories and also-in-
terviewed many . girls individually.
Her headquarters are in New York
Colty.
There will be~a brief business meet-

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Hand-Made Lingerie Blouses
in the Loveliest of Summer Fashions

$7.50 $10.00

$12.75

NEW SPORTHATS
Very Attractive
EBORATE CHOICE OF COLORS
PUYEAR & HINTZ
328 -South Main Street

Made of beautiful fine French Voile or sheer Batiste. Blouses with individuality
about them; edges and fronts of real lace, delicate hand-made enibroidery and
hemstitching and many are trimmed with handsome Filet lace and adorned
in novel ways. Both long and short sleeve models. Three styles pictured.

BLOUSES OF
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GEORGETTE

/* ere~shion&eira a
CORNER WdODWAI D STATE
NO CONNEC MN WITH AN'? OTHER STORE,

BLOUSES OF

CANTON CREPE

$7.50

$10.00

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stman Kodaks - Films.
Amateur Finishing
Enlargements
Flashlights and
Outside Groups
in~sALJ$2imD 1905

ing of the Mandolin club at
o'clock this evening in Newberryl
Instmuxents need not be brought.'

7:15
hall.

Iilltillliltllltitli til illiitl llt~
All Kinds of ,
SALADS'
r and
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Sandwiches
Made to
Order
IS w
a ~Delicatessen,
119 E. Liberty
Phone 2020 M
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DON'T FORGET'

TO OBTAIN SOME OF
SWAIN'S

The

The cast of the new Mummers play
will meet at 5 o'clock this afternoon
at the Burton residence.
Any women interested in work as
waitresses at Gratiot Inn, near Port

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After

Views of the Campus and
Huron River for your.
M-Book.
Especially careful service in
film developing and printing
for amateurs
713 E. UNIVERSITY AV.

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Concert
Bring Your
Friends to
The

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Huron, for this summer should
Helen Munger, phone 1322-M.

call

IFTHIS
CLOSES
ADVER2TISINGD AT 3 PM.

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Rehearsals of Senior Girls' play
choruses for this week at Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall are as follows: 5
o'clock today, joy chorus and vanity
chorus; 5 o'clock Friday, devils' chor-
us and dance of Whim and Ambition;
9 to 12 o'clock Saturday, all choruses
and dances of the first act.
MUMMERS TO GIVE
CHILDREN'S PLAY

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BGetsy Toss
Shop

WANTED
D-If you want outside work;
vacation, nothing better than
LIFE INSURANCE in your
city or community for ONIE of
LDEST MUTUAL COMPAN-
n 'the United States. Good
ct. Address, Union Mutual
nsurance Company, 1122 De-
Savings Bank Bldg., Detroit,
159-3
)D - Summer salesmen for
to house work in Michigan.
are interested in making some.
ioney, call Malleaux and Clark
S. Thayer St., between 3:00
00 or 6:30 and 8:00 P.M. 159-21
D-Men to sell brushes dur-
ummer. Pood money making
sition. Call Eman, 1268, be-
6:30 and 8:30 evenings or
1007 E. Huron. 148-21
1D1- All students desiring
-raphic positions during the
er months; file applications in
ecretary's Office, University of
gan. 159-3
D -- Saleslady. Live wire,
to house solicitqr, excellent
r made with well known line
>ds. Call Mrs. Taylor, Hotel
.ey. 159-2
D-Want to rent a first-class
or suite for next year. Must
rm, clean, light, and well furn
Box C. E., Daily. 159-3
,D-Student to help in Press-
hop. One with experience pre-
. Horace Claveau. 802 So.
Phone 385-W. 159-3
D-Man to wait table the re-
er of the year. Chance for
>n next year. Call the Stew-j
95. 1601
XISCELLANEOUS
Y GOVERNS Income. We equip
factory. You handle your
Make $2,000 and upwards per
No competition. ~About $1,000
sary. Little Wonder Humidi-
o., Grand Rapids, Mich.. 1601
'HE person who borrowed a
Kmas, kindly call 566. Thank
158-3

LOST AND FOUND
LOST' - Conklin fountain pen with
broken cap, .on State St. between
Monroe and So. University or on
So. University between State St. and

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Old Engineering Bldg.
1257-R.

Palmer,
160

LOST-A gold Eversharp pencil in
U-Hall or between UHall and Alum-
ni Memorial Hall. Finder please
leave at Secretary's Office or at 511
Monroe St. .160
LOST-A brown cravenette top-coat
in U-Hall auditorium, betVeen 2 and
3 o'clock Monday. Call Howarth
Gnau or phone 1097-W. 158-3
LOST-A loose leaf leather covered
notebook with, name C. Maurice At-
kinson onit. Reward. Call Atkin-
son at 566: 158-3
LOST-A jack knife Fountain Pen.
Parker's Lucky Curve. Call A. V.
McPhee, 1468-M. Reward. 159-3
LOST-Alpha Sigma Phi pin, finder
call 1460 and ask for Iland. Re-
ward. 159-3
LOST--Taupe gray fur neckpiece. Call
Helen Duffey, 738-W,-after six 158-3
-OST-Gold pen. Generous reward.
Call Lois Brooks,,1838-R. *158-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE - Vega (Tenor) bnjo
Real bargain. Fine condition.bCall
evenings 2127-M at 7. 636 Oakland.
160-2
FOR SALE--Two May F'estival tick-
ets, any entertainment. Ten rows
from b1ck, main floor. Call 1879-M.
159-2
FOR SALE-Main floor seats for May
Festival for $1.50. Call 849-R at
noon o'r before 8 a. m. . 158-3;
FOR SALE -- Indian Motor'cycle. In-
quire at Police Headquarters. 160-3
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Three light housekeeping
rooms. Hot and cold water in kitch-
en. Forty-five dollars per month.
May be had by June 1st. 110 N. In-
galls St.. 160-2

"Over the Hills and Far Away" is
the name of the play which Mummers'
will present at Dean Myra B. Jor-
dan's annual party for faculty child-
ren, to be held Saturday aftefnoon
June 3, ,in Barbour gymnasium.-
It is 4 rather short three-act play,
centering about the characters of old
nursery rhymes, and writt'en by Flor-
ence Kyper Frank.
Dancing ands singing will 'be embod-
ied in the production and some of the
faculty children will be trained to take
part in-it. The children of the hospit-
als will also be invited to the party. .
For, Phil Diamond's Orchestra, call
2395-M.-Adv.

$275
s -'
Victrola
VT
$9

--the Instrument Supreme Among
All Sound Reproduc ing instruments
The one instrument through which you can hear and
enjoy the world's greatest artists just as they have
chosen to be heard and enjoyed-exactly as you would
hear them on the concert stage.
Convinced beyond a doubt that only through the com-
bination of Victor Records and the Victrola can their art be
most fully and faithfully reproduced, these greatest-of-all
artists' MAKE RECORDS ONLY FOR THE VICTOR Cot
A demonstration of the Victrolai will quickly con-
vince you, too, of its superioriy-AND IT WILL
BE YOUR CHOICE-Come in!
THERE ARE ELEVEN MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM
$25.00 TO $480.00
ASK TO SEE THESE SPLENDID OUTFITS

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Victrola
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$125
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Read The Daily

for Campus news.I

Chop.Sucy
Will remain open
all summer
613 Labortv St. E
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Vietrola

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$40.10 buys Victrola VI
and Twelve Selections
(Six double-faced 85c'
Records)
Victrola IX and Twelve
Selections (Six double.
faced 85c Records of your
choice) $80.10.

Victrola' X, "Ready File"
and A Selections (Six
double-faced S5c Records)
$138.10.
$163.60 for Victr~oa XI,
"Ready File" and Twelve
(Six 85c. Records)

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Students Lunch

Vietrola
XI
$150

YV

ictrola
$225

409 Jefferson

Convenient
Payments
Arranged,

frn lr
Large Stock of Victrola-Records
116 South Main Street

High Class Food
Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m

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