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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Father's Day

'V W C A ADAPTABLE
SAYS AN ARBOR WOMAN

Exquisite

Washable Frocks

remembered Mother, now clon't forget Father on
FATHER'S DAY

DESCRIBES THE WORK
CIATION IN
CHINA

OF ASSO.

will appreciate any of these:

and Batteries, Dry Cells, Shuredge PockeleZe
Cutlery, Safety and Common Razors.

AUTO ACCESSORIES

insylvania Vacuum Cup Tires and Tubes, Berry Brothers
Auto Colors, Valspar Varnishes.
AND MANY OTHER THINGS WE HAVE
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?.I ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

In a recent letter to the Y. W. C.
A., Mrs. Frederick W. Stevens, of Ann
Arbor, who is now residing in Peking,
China, tells many facts concerning the
work of the Y. W. C. A. in the far
East. The following excerpts from
the letter will be. of "interest to the
campus organization:
"The Y. W. C. A. is more adaptable
to conditions than any other organi-I
zation. Everywhere young women are
happier and safer for its existence. In
Japan the little low building was like
the surroundings, but within was the
usual activity. The girls did seem dif-
ferent when trying to play basket-
bal inkimonas, but they were playing
Just the same.
Shanghai Center of Activities
"In Shanghai, the center of Y. W.
C. A. work in China, there is great
activity. They are doing new things.
For example they have a woman who
did war work in France as a social
introducer. She watches hotel reg-1
isters and calls to take new comers
to see the different activities of the
Y. W. C. A. work in that city. She
took me to visit the remarkable Nor-
mal Training school just out of the
city, where we found a splendid com-
pany of girls.
Dr. Sargent's Work Connended
"Dr. Sargent is doing fine work.
Her health camapign was so success-
ful in reducing the plague in Foochow
that one of the big insurance compan-
ies is now a large contributer to her
'work.
"The offices in Peking are in a
charming old Chinese' palace. There
are the usual houses and fascinating
courts. I haven't been able to do all
I wish in visiting the organization
here. The type of women who are
doing this work in the far East gives
reason for great pride in America."
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A collection of Paris creations and
American originations of such ex-
quisite newness --- such tasteful ex-
pressions of mode - such individ-
uality - that one cannot help but
be tempted to purchase at least one
of the charming frocks. Welcome

Misses', Women 's
$15 $2O0' 25.

and upwards

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The sheer fabrics are of unexcelled
loveliness. Imported organdies, epongee,
dotted Swiss, French and American ging-
hans and novelty figured voiles. Fancy
and apron tunics, bright sashes, em-
broidered organdy motifs, quaint ruffling
and fluting. Styles for all occasions.
CORNER WOO WAA TATE
NO0 CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER M1OB

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Hand Made
Voile Blouses
$5.00 $7.50

Dainty New
Voile Blouses
$2.50 $3.50

WANTED
ANTED-Salesmen to sell the Wat-
er Baby during the summer; a
novel water motor that saves work
in the kitchen. You can make from
$6 to $15 a day. For further partic-
ulars write National Home Appli-
ance Co., 50 Garfield Blvd.,- Detroit.
172-5,
ANTED-Salespeople, men and wo-
men, to handle their home territory
this summer. Commission basis. If'
you are alive and willing to work
see Mr. B. A. Wright at Allenel
Hotel Thursday or Friday. This is
not books or stocks. 172-2
ANTED-A single room with quiet
family for summer session. Must be
at least half mile from campus. If
satisfactory would like the room for
next school .year. Box G. A., Daily.
172-2
ANTED-Men to sell brushes dur-
ing summer. Good money making
proposition. Call Eman, 1268, be-
tween 6:30 and 8:30 evenings or
write 1007 E. Huron. 148-21
ANTED-Four young ladies to act
as waitresses at private summer re-
sort beginning June 29th. Refer-
ences required. Inquire 1143 Forest
Ave. Phone 370-W. 171-3
ANTED- Lady and two nephews,
students, want three or four rooms
for light hous.keeping for fall term.
Write Box W., Daily or call Wil-
cox, 691-J. 172
ANTED--To rent good rooms for
next year by four upperclassmen.
Near campus, west or north side.
Address Box G. S., Daily, or call
2332. '172-3
ANTED--Room for two upperclass
girls on southeast side of campus
for next year. Call A..H., 519-J, aft-
er dinner. 172-$
ANTED-Single room in good home
by upperclassman. Must be few oth-
er students in house. Address R.
T. H., Daily. 172-3
ANTED-Select rooms for eight up-
perclassmen for next school year.
Dall Sewell, 1527-M, between 10:30
and 12:00. 172-2
ANTED--To buy two double deck-
ers, either with or without mattress,-
es and springs. Address G. G., care
Daily. 172-3
ANTED-Rooming house for select
group of twelve or fourteen boys.
Phjone 692-1. 167-6
ANTED-Student help, Arcade Cafe-
eria. See Nicolai between 2 and 5,
'hursday. 172
FOR SALE
R SALE--Two blooded male Bos-
on Bull pups, four weeks old. A.
Klein, 610 Church St. 2642-R. 172
R SALE-Harley-Davidson motor-
'ycle, good condition. Call at 609 S.1
'ifth Ave., or phone 220-J. 172-3
R SALE- Good 1920 Ford road-
ter, body and rear fenders. Cheap.
02 E. Huron St. 172
R SALE-Harley twin motorcycle;
ood as new. Cheap for quick pur-
hase. ,Call 1881-W. 172-21

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Airedale Dog, 1 year old, tan
legs and head. Back black and
grey. Wore- shoulder harness ands
answers to name Jingo. Alpha Rho
Chi, phone 1366. 172-3
LOST-'About twenty written pages
of note book paper No. 508, tied to-
gether. Written with purple ink.'
Reward. Call G. Miller, 621 Church
St. Phone 863-J. 172-2
LOST-Lady's black glass case con-
taining shell-rimmed glasses, foun-
tain pen and pencil. Address. 1008
E. Hil 1St., or call 1508-J. 172-
LOST-Bunch of keys on Ferry Field
,Saturday, May 28, at Illixgois game.
Liberal reward to finder. Call
1509-J. 172-3
LOST -Saturday -gold bar-pin set
with thre3 sapphires. Reward. Mrs.
E. A. Baumgarth, 1586 Montclair
St., Detroit. 170-3
LOST-Brown leather purse, between
Library and So. University. Re-
turn at 'Secretary's office. Reward.
172-3.
LOST-A white gold cuff-button in
park near 12th and E. Huron St.
Reward of $1. Daily Box, E. M.
171-3
LOST-Sigma Alpha Epsilon pin, No.
15221. Return to 904 Oakland Ave.,
or call Bittinger, 652-M. 171-2
LOST-Ring set with three pearls, up
the river Decoration Day. Reward.
Call 2287-W. 172-3
LOST-Kappa Sigma badge. Finder
please call Earl Jeurs, 566, and re-
ceive reward. 172-5
FOUND-Pair shell rimmed glasses,
found at Wisconsin game. Call
1118-R. 172-3
LOST-A blpck enamel Mortarboard
pin. Finder please call 2325. 172-2
LOST-Delta Chi pin, No. 502. Finder
please call 1172-R. 172
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-For summer school on
S. Division, one pleasant room on
first floor, with private entrance and
use of kitchen for two ladies or mar-.
ried couple, also suite and single
rooms for summer school and room-'
ers for Commencement week.
427 E. University. 171-2
FOR RENT-Two rooms, block and a,
half from campus. Same price to
either two or three students. Phone
1471-W. f 172-5
FOR RENT-Rooms, opposite Univer-
sity Hospital, for summer and next
school year. Call 1122-W. 171-3l
FOR RENT-To instructor for next
college year, a fine strictly modern
suite. Phone 736. 172-9

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The Last.Formats

of the

Year,

Any women interested in
employment should call at
of the dean of women.

part time
the office

There will be an important rehear-
sal of the first and second acts of the
Senior Girls' play at 7 o'clock tonight
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Both
cast and chorus will rehearse.
Any women wishing summer em-
ployment such as waiting table at
summer resorts are a ked to call at
the office of the dean of women for
consultation.
All freshmen who have not had.
their posture examinations should re-
port today at Barbour gymnasium.
All members of the Girls' Glee club
who were not present at the meeting
Tuesday are asked to give their votes
for officers to Bernice Nickels Clous-
er, '21.
The freshmail-sophomore Interclass
baseball game will be played at 5
o'clock this afternoon on Palmer field.
Officers Elected at Athena Meeting
Elections of Athena Literary socie-
ty officers were held Tuesday night, at
which time the following girls were
chosen officers: Martha Shepard, '22,
president; Catherine Stafford, '24,
vice-president; Margaret Adams, '22,
secretary; Celma Simonson, '23, treas-
urer; Beata Hasley, '22, oratorical
delegate; and Agnes Diehl, '22, audi-
tor.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
VISITING CARDS-Order them now.
$2 and up. Wahr's Bookstores.-Adv.

&nd Up with a

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.Order a Corsage

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NICKELS

ARCADE

FOR RENT-Cool, clean suite avail-
able at once or for summer use.
.437 Maynard St. 172

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FOR SALE
P'OR SALE -1919 Henderson motor-
cycle, fully equipped. 608 Monroe.
1387. 172-4

WHITE POLO
SHIRTS, $2.50
GEO. KYER

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DANCES FRIDAY

AND,

SATURDAY

BEST MUSIC IN TOWN.
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