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June 07, 1921 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-06-07

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HE MIC

'AN DAILY

RECORDi

FRO31
ED IN

1866

records for Michigan from
20 have been compiled in
as authorized by the Ath-
[ation and are now on sale
book stores. The price of
dents.
M. Campbell, '21, is the ed-
'red J. Petty, '21, business
>f the handbook which is
"University of Michigan
nnual." It contains, scores
s in the major sports. First
1 scores from 1878 to 19201
Then comes the basketball
1919 to 1920, baseball scores
to 1920, track scores from
20, and, tennis scores from
0. At the end of the book
ages are given over to com-
cords showing the number
Michigan has played with
hools and the number of
-s she has won and lost.'

present positions and men are to take
their places, according tota recent of-
ficial announcement. After President
Obregon's recent order that every'cab-
inet officer must investigate the wor-
thiness of his employees, it was dis-
covered that hundreds of girls were
drawing federal pay with duties that
called for only occasmonal work.
"BOOKS MUST BE CALLED FOR
NOW," WARNS 'ENSIAN STAFF
Duerto tbA 1 act that the business staff
of the Michiganensian must settle ac-
counts and have its books balanced
ready for auditing .before Junj 11, it
has been urged that those who still
have copies of the book reserved for
them will call for them as soon as
possible. The place of distribution
remains, as previously, at the east
door of the library, which opens into
the ,driveway.
Statement has been made by Boyd
H. Logan, '21, business manager of
the Michiganensian, to the effect that
the business staff is unable to con-
tinue holding the books upon which
only part payment has been made, and
that these soon will be disposed of to
others who have signified their desire
to secure copies.
It has been suggested that there areI
a few who have lost their receipts for
payments made last fall, and that
they have therefore neglected to ap-
pear at the distribution desk. Atten-
tion is called to the fact that the staff
has completed records of payments
made, and that claims if proved valid

SOVIET SEARChES ARCHIVES -
FOR PAPER-IT'S SO SCARCE
Warsaw.-Paper is so scarce in Rus-
sia that a special Soviet government
institution has been created in Mos-
cow and other towns to deal with the
shortage. Thousands of women have
been employed by the government, ac-
cording to travelers coming over the
frontier recently, to search in old ar-
chives and record offices for clean
sheets of paper, or paper used only on
one side, which may be utilized for
Soviet office correspondence.
ChICAGO INAUGURATES "OWN
YOUR OWN llOiE" EXPOSITION!
Chicago.-Chicago's first "Own Your
Own Home" exposition to foster the
building and ownership of homes has
opened. Because of the general rent
advance it is 'expected that many Chi-
cagoans will visit the exposition to
learn how to become home owners.
Banks, building material men, in-
terior decorators, home furnishers and
real estate men are cooperating in
staging the show.

KEEP A TI GHT &RIP
ON YOUR DOUG&H-
SEE HOW FARYOUR
E VERY man is in duty bound
to protect his finances.
Every dollar you get a hold of
should be examined closely to
see how much comfort-value it
contains. Any of your money
that is spent here for plumbing
will bring you the proper re-
turns in contentment.

I

ANN A RBOR,

.

U

I TOMMY THOMAS'
All Professional Orchestra

J. L. CHAI
IEWELE AND OP'I
The Store o Reliability
113 South Main

PYRALIN IVORY WARE

Call Hamel, 2738

e t at graduation time

IIIIIIIIIII

BERENAK & MARTIN

EE EEBACH &SON CO.
200 - 204 EAST LIBERTY STREET
I.IS NTOA BANK

PLUMBING

1.11ATING

Phone 2452

)SE SMILES WON
ARE TO RE FIRED
retty-faced senoritas
mployed in govern-
icipally because of
ey gave departmentl

D1EAN VAUGHAN IS ATTENDING
MEDICAL ASS'N CONVENTiON
mDean Victor C. Vaughan, of the Med-
ical school who retires July 1, is in
Boston attending a meeting of ;the
American Medical association. Dr.
Vaughan is a past president of the or-
ganization, and has for a long time
been a member of its executive board.,
He will return to this city Thursday.

WHITE POLO
SHIRTS, $2.50
GEO. KYER

or~

I2) NORTH MAIN STREET

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
, 1E M BE I F E liE R A L RE SE R VE B A N i
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY
OLDEST BANK IN THE COUNTY
OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN STATE OF MICHIGAN

sted from their by their records will be credited.

r

I The Essence of Goodness

.I

GRANTED CIIARTERt NMIBER 22
STE IN 1863

P H O N E

7070

In Ice Cream Lies In

The labor

I

OFFICERS
E. D. KINNE...................President
HARRISON SOULE.........Vice-President
ROBERT F. GAUSS..................Cashier
CHAS. F. GRUNER...........Asst. Cashier
HARRY M. HAWLEY.......(Asst. Cashier

Parcel Delivery
rrunks In evorythi ng

11

Certainly has got the flakor

I

Waldo M. Abbot
S. W. Clarkson
M. J. Fritz
Robt. F. Gauss
Harry M. Hawley
E. D. Kinne

DIRECTORS
Walter C. Mack
Geo. W. Patterson
D. B. Sutton
Erwin E. Schmid
Harrison Soule
Frank A. Stivers

R

III

act---

COLLANR -Af'FrrACHED
Sl-llRrrS

I

YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED

I

ite flannel trousers and summer
are best cleaned. by Benzol.
can easily prove this to you

r

I

q$2.95-

A

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Have it Master Cleaned

V ALUES UP

TO

It costs

you no more

$5.50

Ill N. UNIVERSITY

a hackaer
before the war

"I' IAI

We call for and deliver

ii

"

a package
during the war

~DMA NL
9he Perfect louthpiece
Men who know pipe satisfaction
will tell you that they prefer
REDMLINOL to any other
mouthpiece because it has just,
the right feel on the teeth. "
REDMANOL is as transparent and beau-
tiful as amber; but stronger. Modern
science has made it tasteless and odorless.
Whether you are buying a cigarette
holder, a cigar holder, or a "jimmy" pipe,
your dealer to show you one with a
DMANOL bit.
All Shapes-All Prices
If your local dealer doesn't carry REDMANOL
pipes avd holders send us his name and address.,

Carte De Jour Service
EUROPEAN STYLE
AT THE
Chinese Gardns
SPECIALS
Cream of Tomato Soup, loc
Creen Onions, loc Radishes. 10
SIIced Tomato, 20 S2ced Cucumber, 2Oc

and

a Package

Ni

Roast Beef, au Jus, Mashed Potato,
Tea, Coffee, or Milk

Rolls, Butter

Roast Loin of Pork, Rolls, Butter, 1
Tea, Coffee or Milk
Veal Stew with Vegetables, Mashed Potato,
Tea, Coffee or Milk

40c
40c

The Flavor Lasts
So Does the Price!

Mashed Potato

Rolls, Butter
35c

Hot Frankfurter with Potato Salad or sauerkraut
Macaroni and Cheese

25c
20c

'

6
SIU

1,
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h
1

JIF-P

Stewed Corn, 1co

Stewed Tomato, l0e

String Be:ns, IOC

Redmanoi Chemical Products Co.
657 West 22nd Street
Chicago

HOME-MADE' PIES, Itc
Apple, Raspberry, Cocoanut Cream
Strawberry Short cake, 25c
Strawberry Sundae, 2Qc Te Cream, 100
Watermelon on lice, l5c
Tea, Coffee, or Milk, 19(

/

You have waited long for the opportunity to
cally without sacrifice of quality or cleanliness.
vited to take advantage of it.

eat economi-
You are in-

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