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MICHIGAN DAILY

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RG AINIZE
>spitals of
on Thurs-
form the
al Workers

maintain and improve standards of
social work in hospitals and dispens-
aries, and to stimulate its intensive
and extensive development.
Imogene Poole, director of social
service in the University hospital, was
elected vice-chairman of the locql as-!
sociation, and Mrs. Herbert Mallory,
social service director at the Homoeo-
pathic hospital, was elected a member
of the board.

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AT THiE THE ATEUS

TODrAY
jScreen

SHIRT SALE at
GEORGE KYER'S
721 North Uniersity
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Memorial Day
Feature Suit Values

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SATURDAY
HATS, $6.98
) BANDED HATS

Majestic-Thomas Meighan in
"The City of Silent Men." Also
comedy and News film.
Arcade-Wallace Reid in "The
Love Special" with a support-
ing cast including Agnes Ayres
and Theodore Roberts.
"uerth-William Faversham in
"The Sin That Was His." Van-
ity Fair Maid comedy and a
color film.
Orpheum-Douglas Fairbanks in
"The Nut." Torchy comedy,

TUTTLE'S

OF COURSE

$37.50

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Conveniently located.'
Just. one-half block south of the
Majestic.-Theatre.

Any type of fabric-worsted weaves, finished and
unfihished; serges and cheviots, and 'all from high-

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grade looms.

Styled and tailored with all the care

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PRICES
HINTZ

"Torchy Mixes In,"
versal news.

and Uni-

FOR SALE'
LARGE LAW
LIBRARY

and finish for which the Kirschbaum Shops are
known. Compare them with the average suit you
see at $10 to $15 more.

THlIS WEEK

Stage

H- MAIN STREET

Garrick (Detroit)-The
telle company in thes
'musical comedy, "Bab."

Bons-
snappy

For Particulars Write
JOHN FARROW
1" W. CHICAGO STREET
STURGIS, MICH.

At
309 S. Main

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Shubert '(Detroit)-D. W. Grif-
fith's latest great production,
"Way Down East," with all of
the Griffith stars.

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HOLDS THIS WEEK END

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In accordance with the rules of
the University that absence from'
a class on any school day immed-
iately preceding or following any
University holiday shall count as
three absences, all classes missed
tomorrow or Tuesday will each
be recorded by the University
as three unexcused absences.

GiRLS OF TODAY
A spakling girl chorus of
eight in a musical comedy
sketch in four parts.
Clever dancing numbers and
star'tling -effects.

RUSSELL SISTERS

NOVELTY PIERROTTS
A daring aerial act in which
three men and one lady go

The Russell Sisters offer the

latest song hits in an act inter - through sofne

709 N. UNIVERSITY
-J-BLIGHTY WILL PACK IT

spersed with some lively, witty
monologue and dialogue talks.
TODAY ONLY
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Something
and daring.

new,

SHIRT SALE at
GEORGE KYER'S
721 North University

W U E R T H
ITHEATRE

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'THIS
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PROTECT YOURSELF
from the Summer's sweltering heat by

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FOR RENT

-Student wants to bo'rrow
$500 for 6 months. Can furn-
racter references and secur-
.11 pay good rate of interest.
Box J. X., Daily. 168-2
-College students preferred,l
it accounts for collection.
t work and high pay. Cen-
ate Adjusting Corporation,'
ldg., Gary, Ind. 168-3
-Men to sell brushes dur--
amer. Good money making
tion. Call Eman, 1268, be-.
6:30 and 8:30 evenings or
)07 E. Huron. 148-21
--Several summer salesmen
roposition that guarantees a
m of $525.00. Contracts must
oon. If interested call Mar-
son 959. 165-4
-- A single room for next
y a Japanese student, near
ipus and where there are few
oomers. Box E. T. S., Daily.
168-3
-Experienced cook for Geo-
tmmer Camp. Four weeks;
ng J'uly 4. Apply Room G-
tural Science Bldg. 166-3.
'-Young man desires room
ard in vicinity of State St.,l
s section, year round. Write!
M., Daily. 168-1
Room by Professor and
>m June 1 to June 20. Near
ity. Write Box C. E. C.,
168-1
-To rent for July and Aug-
) or three rooms with bath,
it housekeeping. Call Mills at
167-3

FOR RENT - Furnished seven room
house for summer months. Would
want to reserve one or two rooms.
923 Greenwood Ave. 167-3
FOR RENT-One suite - 'ne large
room, one single room-for summer
school and next college year. Call
519-J. 167-3
FOR RENT- Rooms for young men
during summer school. 924 E. Ann
St. Phone 1288-W. 168-4
FOR RENT-Rooms for summer school
students, inquire 1314-M. 167
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-13 room completely furn-
ished modern house one block from
University. Suitable for home or
rooming house. Present income over
$20'6per mopth. Some summer stu-
dents in now. Terms, quick sale
desired. Box J.. Y., Dailyl 168-2
FOR SALE-Heatless trouser press-
ers, does fine job, lasts indefinitely.
$1.25. Call 1629-M. 724 W. Wash-
ington.. 165-4
FOR SALE-Ford Speedster. Will
sacrifice. 602 E. Huron. 166-3
LOST AND FOUND

"UNIVERSAL-RZING" YOUR~ HOME

Universal Electric
Grill

Universal Electric
Toaster

Universal Coffee
Urn Set
A Trio of Helps

for serving three meals a day. A "UNIVERSAL" toaster, percolator and grill belong together on the 'dinbig-
room table. Each does its share to provide better food and drink.
"UNIVERSAL" Electric Appliances comprise a conplete line of time-saving, labor-saving devices; each
one of which will enable you to .do some household task in an easier and better way. Each appliance is guar-
anteed for one year to satisfactorily perform every service claimed of it.
"UNIVERSALIZE" YOUR HOME
We are featuring UNIVERSAL HOME NEEDS the week of May 30th. We invite you to step into our store
and see the many items that will lighten your work.

LOST-Log log slide rule, either
the Old Engineering Bldg., or
Physics lecture room. Please
turn to Bruce Irwin, 914' Hill
Phone 2372. Reward..16

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St.
68-3

Jno.

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LOST-Felt hat in Maj on Cap Night.
Lapeer trademark. Please call Vin-.
cent at 1064-R. 168-4
LOST-Suiall black rosary on campus
Swing-out Day. Phone 1700. 168
WANTED

UP-TO-THE-MINUTE HARDWARE

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Washington, Near Main

Main, Near Washington

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--For, next year, a
ouse near campus,
Write Box V. J. V.,

suite In
by two
Daily.
166-3=

WANTED--Roomng house for
group of twelve or fourteen
Phone 692-J.

select
boys.
167-6

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