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June 02, 1921 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-06-02

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THE MICHIGANDAL

I AiL ,

I GAZIPE
:WORK

o intends to enter the
said John M. Siddall,
nerican Magazine, in a
by students of Prince-
"'While journalism isr
J factor of successful
uied Mr. Siddall, "I be-
best training, both in'
metropolitan fields, for'
novelist. Experience inj
sone in contact with
people and circum-
es the writer the broad
.observation which is

I TRINITY COLLEG~E STUDENTS offices. Some will go back to the farm THREE FILE APPLICATIONS scholarship. Although 15 enquiries'
WILL SPEND11 BUSY SUMM1ER'to work, not to loaf, they say; while, FOR RHODES SCHOLARSHIP have been received the candidates for1 WHITE POLO
others will try tutoring, selling and~ Three applications have been re- the scholarship so far are few. It :isSH R S
Hartford, Conn., June 1.--The col- engineering. Several will have re-SH R, $2.50
lege students of tradition, who spent! course to. book-selling as did theircevdtdaebthUneriyRosi expected that the number will be ma- GEO. K'YER
his summer hejlllays idling on ti1e ver- fathers. Scholarship committee for the 1921 terially increased by Saturday, the last7
andas of the summer hatels or sup- There is plenty of work for students relative to the filling of applications day on which applications may be, filed.
ported by his father on the farm or in if they are willing to sell peanuts,
the country homes has bcm-rare soap, hair cutters, maps, underwear IIIIIIII~III~IIIIIIIII
these days. All the students of Trinity and limited editions, says the director.
college, with the exception of 10 men.,__________
haemade their plans to work during,-
their summer vacations. These figures Short Cirenit fCauses'Hospital FireE
are given out by N. L. Hersey, di eco Fire caused by an electrical short oft esu e te p o m n u e uEic i ue t r k n w r n a oe nuac
Some of the methods by which Trin- elevator at; the Homoeopathic hospitol i 'o e nu ac
ity men will earn their ;own money caused the city first department a'run
thi sumerwil b byworingasrid- at;12:50 o'clock this afternoon. Dam-
ing instructors, hotel "elhp, age' was negligible, as the flames were"bl-os If you carry "A. B. A." CHEQUES, you are marked im-
bakers, chauffeurs, stewards on ships, extinguished by a, single bucket of = mediately as one who knows how to travel.' You are treated
reporters and in banks and insurance water before the engines arrived, accordingly. "A. B. A." CHEQUES have no value until
you sign them in the presence of the acceptor.
Issued in denominations of, $10, $20, $50 and $100
PROGAMSand NVIATIOS Tin convenient wallets.
i _ If you desire to
Our ~~:. ISAFEGUARD YOUR TRAVELING FUNDS
.."Every~thing' in Printing" TELEPHONE OR VISIT
FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANKI
NICKELS ARCADE MAIN &,. HURON STS,
.MAYER-SCHAIRER CO0.
112 S. MAIN STREET PHONE 1404

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hen questioned as to what talent
needed to enter journalisxji; Mr.
all answered "One doesn't have tol
porn with .a queer-looking' birth-
Sto enter the charmed circle, writ-
s the result of systematic observa-
and an insatiable, interest in all
of people and circumstances."
duct Committee to Meet Tonight
4 Underclass Conduct Committee
meet tonight in the Union at 7:15
ck. The room number will be on
all members of the committee be
Union bulletin board. It is urgec

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STRAW HATS

SENNE~TS
BANKOKS

- SPLITS

- PNAA

$3.50 and up

Wadhams & Co.
STATE STREET STORE

3en's Clotling

State St. Entrance
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Trip
' "BA"" AMERICAN
ASSOCIATION Ch q''

Insure

Your Traveling funds

On That Vacation

Bank,}

Farmers. & Mechanics .Bank

jDress Maers

Stairway to Vogue Shioppe

Stationery }

~buys a brand
- 'z)IJnew Corona
portablety-
writer. Other make
at attractive prices.
Bee isbeforeyou buy.

Genuine Engraving and Embossing
ORDER YOUR VISITING CARDS NOW
0. D. MORRILL, 17 Nickels Arca

Individuality in Dress
THE VOGUE, SHOPPE
The Unique Shop,
of the Campus
CARL BAY JEWELER
DEL GRENNAN
Custom :TIailor
NICKELS ARCADE PHONE 152-R
Footwear of Quality and Distinction
OQLOSED DURING ALL "AT HOME" GAMES
finer'va Yarns Futurist' Underwear-
Woman's exchange
Franco-!A4meriean Hygienic Goods

Stairway Exit from Arcade Cafeteria
K-EEP COOL
f with
Red Raspberry Punch and Lemonade

IJewelry

c-

A
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Candy }

SerbOed ice Cold

Ten Cents

Ice Cream.)

I~ Tailor

Iietsy

Ross

Shop

GOOD'

Backe )

jShoes

CM
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Flowers }

Lalv ]Medical VDental
BOOKS
Bought. Sold or Exchanged
T. I. V IIDDLL
FATHER'S DAY JUNE 5
SEE OUR LNE OF MOTTOES AND CARDSn
'Dairlingand Malleaux
Stairway to Areade Cafeteria

FOOD
C5
A
.Right. Prices
Second. Floor

I Notions

2

WOMEN'S4
HAB3ERD~ASHERY

Jane
Singleton
Shop

Pictures

Womien's Slop

I

Stairway to Doctors' Offices

4Doctors

Maynard Street
Entrance

1

Hair Nets $1.00 Dozen
While They Last
SAIUNDER'S HAIR SH(

higan Daily

Beauty Parlor

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