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MICHIGAN DAILY

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Members may RARE CHANCE for FRATERNITY
nqu'et, June 4, or CLUB. Fine, large house with
d Redemsky, splendid grounds on Washtenaw Ave.
'rank Walters, near campus, for sale. Easy pay-
Please get ments. Modern, up-to-date and in
v. fine condition. HERBST LAW &
I REALTY, A. A. Savings Bank Bldg.-
results.-Adv. Adv.
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Fans for
:n days to come--
Telephone 273

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Ltenaw Electric

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SAYS SUMMER RESORTS
P OOR IN SANITATION'
Michigan summer resorts need some
adequate form of governing organiza-
tion, according to Maj. Edward D.
Rich, director of sanitary engineering
of the state department of health.
"Summer resorts are summer colon-
ies," and frequently are occupied by
more people than they are capable of
accommodating. Often summer cot-
tages house more people than resid-
ences of the same size and the hotels
are always crowded to the utmost dur-
ing the rush season. Such dwellings
are not properly equipped to house so
many people and consequently the
proper conveniences and sanitation is
denied them.
Moreover, the people visiting at most
resorts come from cities where the
water supply is carefully guarded,
and, unless careful attention is given
to the water supply at the resorts, it is
almost certain to become dangerous.
As a solution to this ever increasing
menace, Major Rich proposes that re-
sort districts form subsidiary branches
of the Michigan Tourist and Resort
association -which is an organizatioji
for bettering local sanitary govern-
ment and that they hire trained sanit-
ary inspectors for the summer months.
Plans Explained
For Ticket Sale
Explanation of the plan of conduct-
ing the sale of tickets to "The Im-
portance of Being Earnest", to be giv-
en at 8:15 o'clock Wednesday eve-
ning at the / Whitney theater, by
Masques, women's dramatic organi-
zation, has been made by Harriet
austin, '22, who is in charge of the
sale.'
The members have been supplied
with tickets which they are selling
at 50 cents, and which are to be ex-
changed at Graham's for reserved
seat coupons, with additional; com-
pensation, according to the situation
of the seats. The performance will
be open to both men And women.
ALBION GRADUATION
TO START JUNE 9
(By Associated Press)
Albion, May 28. - Commencement
week exercises at Albion college will
open Thursday evening, June 9, with
a ireminseence prayer meeting and
close Thursday morning, June 16,
with the graduation of the senio
class.
The baccalaureate address will be
delivered Sunday morning, June 12,
by Dr. John W. Laird, president-elect
of the college, who now is pastor
of the Mt. Vernon Place Methodist
Episcopal church at Baltimore. Mon-
day morning a meeting of the board
of trustees will be held, while class
day exercises are to take place in the
morning and afternoon. In the eve-
ning there will ,be a conservatory
concert. Class reunions and a base-
ball game are among the events for
Tuesday, June 1. In the evening
there will be class, fraternity and so-
ciety reuniond.
Wednesday, June 15, will be alumni
day and a bail game, a reception giv-
en by President and Mrs. Samuel
Dickie and various fraternity dinners-
will be features.
The commencement address will be
delivered Thursday forenoon by Bish-

op Edwin Holt Hughes of Malden
Mass. The commencement dinner
will take place;. at 12:30 p. m.

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Any women wishing summer em-
ployment such as waiting table at
summer resorts are asked to call at
the office of the dean of women for
consultation.
All members of Masques are re-
quested to turn in the money for the
tickets they have sold to Harriet Gustin,
'22, from 2 to 4 o'clock Tuesday aft-
ernoon at the Library.
THREE DAY BOLT RULE
HOLDS THIS WEEK END

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

White flannel trousers cleaned with
gasoline turn gray. Benzol leaves
them pure white. We use Benzol here

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Do IYou eed Etraourses
Send for catalog' describing over 400 courses in History, English,
Mathematics, Chemistry, Zoology, Modern Languages, Economics,
Philosophy, Sociology, etc., given by corrospondence. Inquire
how credits earned may be applied on present college program.
HOM! STUDY DEPT. CHICAGO. ILLINOIS

Did you ever try using The Daily as
a Shopping Directory? Satisfaction is
at your command if you patronize our
advertisers.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

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We call for and deliver

Have it 'Master Cleaned
it costs you no more

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COLLEGE END

SALE

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Now is your time to buy your
Graduation Gifts

o one ever packs a
KODAK,
HERE is sure to be a chance to Kodak as you.
> and then the instrument is so compact in
>nstruction, and so smart in design and finish
tat it is a pleasure to carry it.
We have all the Kodaks-from the little Vest Pocket
Kodak that is small enough to wear to the 3A that has
made the post card size picture standard-i-all easy to work,
all beautifully constructed. We take no chances when
we buy from the Eastman Kodak Company-you take
no chances when you buy from us.
Kodaks $8.00 up-Brownies $2.00 up

DA1 LING & MALLJEAUX
224 - 226 S. State.Street 7 Nickels Arcade

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Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

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STORE OPENS 8:30

STORE CLOSEs 5 :30

EST. 1867
A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS

Calkins-Fletcher Drug'
Co.

SPORTS

HAT.S

COLUMN
CLSIFE CLOSES1
ADVERTCISING f AT 3 P.M.

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All the lure of Summer time in tir bright draped fabrics..

All the joy

of playtime in their jaunty fashions.

Picture sports hats-sporting sports hats

for YOU.

WANTED
-Student wants t6 borrow
$500 for 6 months. Can furn-
racter references and secur-
11l pay good rate of interest.
Box'J. X., Daily. 168-2
-College students preferred,
it accounts for collection.
t work and high pay. Cen-
te Adjusting Corporation,'
ldg., Gary, Ind. 168-3
-Men to sell brushes dur-
imer. Good money making
ion. Call Eman, 1268, be-
:30 and 8:30 evenings or
07 E. Huron. 148-21
-Single room for next year.
r East of Campus preferred.
e few other students in the
Reply Box A. W., Michigan
166-21
- A single room for next
y a Japanese student, near
pus and where there arefew
oomers. Box E. T. S., Daily.
168-3
--For fall term, a suite with
ds-also two single rooms,
ambus by quiet upperelass-
ox J. B. G., Daily. 169-3

LOST AND FOUND
LOS ' - The person who by mistake,
took cap from the cloak room of the
Union, Friday night, can get his by
calling Scherer, 515-M. 169
LOST-Will the person who exchang-
ed hats in the University Olub dur-,
ing the past week please phone the
University Club. 169
LOST-Felt hat in Maj on Cap Night.
Lapeer trademark. Please call Vin-
cent at 1064-R. 168-4
LOST-Near Lakeland, a 20 kodak in
leather case. Call Anderson, 1110-R.
Reward. 169-3
FOR RENT'
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 - one lage
room, one single room-for summer
school and next college year. Call
519-J. 167-3
FOR REN T- Rooms for. young men
during summer school. 924 E. Ann
St. Phone 1288-W. 168-4

Washingtonians Will Hold Picnic
The Cabinet club will hold its an-
nual river picnic next Tuesday eve-
ning. Members will meet at 4:30
o'clock in front of the Union. While
no definite program has been arrang-
ed members are requested to bring
any baseball equipment that they
have so that a game may be played.
A competent committee headed by E.
M. Hampton, '22E, has beeni appoint-
ed to look after the outing.p -
Wahr-Sallade Marriage Announced
Mr. and Mrs. George Wahr an-
nounce the marriage of their dough-
ter, Nathalie Wilhelmine, to James
A. Sallade on Saturday morning, May
28. + Sallade is an instructor in the
mathematics department of the Col-
lege of Engineering.

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Silk or crepe or felt or straw or ingenue organdie.

fruit hues or dashing black and white.

YOUR kind of hats for YOUR

Flower shades or

kind of holiday HERE.

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And at Mack's - Even for Such
Sports Hats as These You Pay But

$5

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$10

FOR SALE

-To rent for July and Aug-
or three rooms with bath,
housekeeping. Call Mills at
167-3
-Rooming house for select
twelve or fourteen boys.
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FOR SALE-13 room completely furn-
ished modern house one block from
University. Suitable for home or
rooming house. Present income over
$200 per month. Some summer stu-
dents in now. - Terms, quick sale
desired. Box J. Y., Daily. 168-2

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SHIRT SALE at
GEORGE KYER'S
721 North University

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