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[A RECORDS NOW
ON SALE

)F THE MONTH LIST

ght. Played by the Happy Six. Fox Trot.........85
a. Played by Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra. Fox Trot.
Little Bird. Played by Coon-Sanders Novelty Or-
estra. Fox Trot.. .85c
omme. Fox Trot. Played by Coon-Sanders Novelty
chestra.
weet Lips. Played by Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra.
x Trot....................................85ec
Played by Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra. Fox Trot.
in Your Daddy's Arms. Played by ArtHickman's
chestra. Fox Trot ......................... .85C
ed You. Played by Art Hickman's Orchestra. Fox
ot.
ig. Played by Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra. Fox
ot............... ............85s
ming Back to You-M~aybe. Fox Trot by Ted Lewis'
zz Band.
n Moon. Sung by Nora Bayes ...............85C
ittle Front Parlor. Sung by Nora Bayes.
of a Southern Sea. Art.Hickman's Orch.. Fox Trot..85c
reams. Art Hickman's Orchestra.. Fox Trot.
Eyes. Jess Libonati. Xylophone Solo ....... ....85e
eath Hawaiian Skies. Jess Libonati. Xylophone Solo.
With You in Apple Blossom Time. Prince's Or-
estra. Waltz ..................................$1.25
)reams. Prince's Orchestra. Waltz.
d Lilac Time. Metropolitan Dance Players. Waltz $1.25
Dello. Metropolitan Dance Players. Waltz.
Willow Waltz. Prince's Dance Orch. Waltz.....$1.25
:ul Annabeli Lee. Prince's Dance Orch. Waltz.
t One. Prince's Dance Orcrestra. Waltz........$1.25
the Trail tb Home Sweet Hone. Yerkes Jaza-
iba Orchestra. Waltz.
have a complete stock of records sung and played
AMOUS ARTISTS. Why not make a selec-
to be enjoyed by the folks at home all during
nendinger Music Shop
120-122 E. Liberty Street

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ADVERTISING

I TKIS
ICOLUMN
CLOSES
, AT 3 P.M.

"tlom en
Manuscripts for the Junior Girls'
play of the class of 1923 can be sent
during the summer to Elsa Oiesen,
27 Franklin street, Northampton, Mass.,
or to Helene Torrey, Dowagiac, Mich.
Miss Marion Wood will be in liter of-
fice at Barbour gymnasium for con-
sultation from 9' to 12 and from 2 to 4
o'clock Monday and Tuesday, June 13
and 14.
All gymnasium lockers must be emp-
tied by Monday, June 13.
- Girls who have gymnasium lockers
with keys should see Miss Wood. to
have their tickets signed before their
money can be refunded.
Chaperones for the dances this week-
end are as follows: Union-Friday,
Mrs. Freemont' P. Ward; Saturday,
Mrs. H. G. Berger. Armory-Friday,
Miss Martha Hills; Saturday, Mrs.
Yates Adams.
The annual meeting for election of
officers of the American Association of
University Women, will be held on Sat-
urday, June 11, at Ypsilanti. A picnic
luncheon will be served.
All girls who still want to do social
*service work in the hospital are asked
to apply between 10 and 12 or 1:30 and
4:30 o'clock at Newberry hall.
Rehearsals for SeniorGirls' play for
this week will be as follows: Joy,
Vanity, and Evil choruses, 3 to 6
o'clock Friday. All women in the play
will see Quinneth Summers at that
time for plans and materials for cos-
tumes. Every person connected with
the play will rehearse at 1 o'clock Sat-
urday. Failure to attend this rehear-
sal will forfeit part in the play and tar-
diness will be fined. Payment of $2
fee is'expected from all at this time.
Members of the University Girls' Glee
club will receive their refund at 11
o'clock this morning in University hall.
Cheever House to be Reconstructed
"The committee on buildings of the
Board of Regents has decided to build
Cheever house over according to plans
drawn by Prof. John F. Shepard,
Ssupervisor of plans for the buldings
and grounds committee and E. C. Par-
don, superintendent of building and
grounds.
This house is located on Madison
street and will be run as a co-operative
house to accommodate 20 gils.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Little finger ring, pearl with
cluster of diamonds-on University
street car or in front sf 1205 Hill
St. Reward. Helen Master, 1205
Hill St. 177-3
LOST- Waltham watch, gold chain
and gold knife Saturday. Finder
please return to H. A. Loeb, 605 E.
Jefferson. Reward. 177-4
LOST-Soph Prom program used as
purse. Please call Betty Hoyt.
2226-M. 179-2
LOST-Fraternity pin-A. P. X.-name
on back. Call 1366. Reward. 179-2
WAIiTEDi
WANTED-Single room for next year,
inf house with few other students.
Address, Box S: M., Daily 178-2
-WANTED-To hire some men who are
experiened in farming. C. A. Carls-
ten. 296-R. 179-2
WANTED -- To buy a good canoe.
Phone 1873 after 6 P. M. 177-4

WANTED-1921 Michiganensian. Call
69-M. 179-2
MISCELLANEOUS
STUDENTS WISHING anexceptional-
ly good paying proposition see Mr.
Nash at Michigan Union, Monday,
June 13, after 10 A. M. 178-3
J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
ANN ARBOR, - - ICHIGAN.
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Dr. Warfield visits Medical School
Dr. Warfield, former professor of,
clinical medicine at Marquette univer-
sity, visited the Medical school yester-
day, and held a clinic at the Univer-
sity hospital. Dr. Warfield is at pres-
ent practicing medicine in Milwau-
kee.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT: toevery custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savinaseank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $626,000.00
Eesources......6,0004000.0
701 North University AVe.
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
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Sirloin Steaks
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CALL 1091a
QUICK SERVICE
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Not all women prefer Sport Shoes. Here is dressiness
with details that suggest' the practicability of street wear.
N otIce the one-piece ankle strap and vamp saddle, with
yretty lines and sensIble beels.
,Brown Calf-Kid-White Cloth
SWalk-Over oot Shop

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5 South Main Street

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Senior's Engagement Announced
Announcement was made last night
at the Pi Beta Phi house of the en-
gagement of Myrna Goodrich, '20L, and
D. Harold Condit, '21L. Miss Good- !
rich is a member of Pi Beta Phi soror-
ity, and Condit of Phi Chi fraternity.

Spend it pleasantly in a r
region. Earn expenses -
much more - selling a
grade gasoline lantern.
MIDWEST SALES AGEN
?42 Iona Nock Bldg.,
Chilca go, Ill.

Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

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I FOR RENT

- Are you interested in a
paying proposition in De-
s summer? If so, see Mr.
the Michigan Union after 4
y afternoon or Friday morn-
177-3
-Students to board ,during
school. Home cooking, $6.00
:. $5.00 for dinner and sup-
s. F. M. Cilley, 314 E. Wil-
Phone 2121-M. 177-4
-Men to -sell brushes dur-
mer. Good money making;
on. Call Eman, 1268, be-1
:30 and 8:30 evenings ors
7' E. Hitron St. 175-21
- Salesmen,- Local repre-
s throughout Michigan on
ss selling proposition.BAd-
rJenks, 56 Campau Bldg.,
Mich. 179-21
- To reserve for next year
1 rooms for four sophomore
outh-east side of sampus
L. Address; Box H. H., care
179-21
- Boys fbr coming school

able.T
phone

78-w.
176-3

'-A single room for next fall
rclassmen. One within three
blocks from campus prefer-
ddress, Box L. B. P., Daily.
178-3
- Students who can earnf
ney if given the o.pportunity.
iday or Saturday-4 to 6 P.
doses, 1308 Geddes. 178-3
'-Board by an organization
en in private dining room for
year 1921-22. Address com-
ions to Box J. R. S. 178-3
--Eight upperclassmen de-
oms on south-west side of
for next year. Box P. Q. R.,
178-3
-- Lady desires position in
bookkeeping or general office,
full time. Box 'J. G. T.,
179-21
-Good -room ,for two ladies
nencement time. South-west
campus.preferred. Call 976-J.
179-2
-From July 1 to Sept. 15,
nt cook for small family.
dry work. Phone 2096 niorn-
177-3
-Suite of rooms for student
ear campus. No ot4,er room-
ouse. Box M. H. M., Daily.
178-3

FOR RENT-For next year one good
suite and single room for two.
Instructors or upperclassmen pre-
ferred. Rooms are finished and
furnished in oak. Call at 532
Thompson St. Phone 661-W. 178-3
FOR REITT - Furnished three room
apartment for summer months. Also
two large study rooms suitable for
three, and dormitory for winter, on
Washtenaw, two blocks from Dental
Building. Call 2576-J. 179-2
FOR RIENT-A number of nice rooms
and suites,, two students to each, to
select upperclassmen or club, for
next year. Act at once. Mrs. Smith,
.803 S. State St. Phone 754-R. 179-2
FOR RENT - Two suites fo'r light
housekeeping i durinig summer ses-
sion.214 S. Ingalls St. Phone 854-J.
Half block from the campus. 176-3
FOR RENT - Rooms for summer
school and commencement week. One
block from campus. Strictly mod-
ern. Call 1878-W. 179-2
FOR RENT-Ten room furnished house
for summer, with garage. Three
blocks from campus. $60 a month
Call 738-W., 179-2
FOR RENT-Cool,pleasant suites for
summer school for Instructors or
Upperclassmen. Phone 2726-R. 179-2
FOR RENT-Two furnished light;
housekeeping rooms and kitchenette.
Price $35. 110 N. Ingalls St. 179-2
FOR RENT-Cottage by season. Straw-
berry Lake. Railroad Station, Lake-
land. Phone 897-M. 178-3
FOR RENT--To instructor for next
college year, a fine strictly modern
suite. Phone 736. ' 172-9
FO R RENT - Two single rooms for
ladies, north of campus. 1724-J..
178-3
FOR RENT-Two single rooms north
of campus.. 11'24-J. 177-3
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE - Mercer two-passenger
sport model (race-about). Top,.
windshield, wire wheels, two extra
tires good. $1,200 or will accept
Ford coupe or Buick in trade. E.
0. Bodkin, 2106 Baldwin Ave. 179-2
FOR SALE-Cheap-- Chevrolet Baby
Grand Roadster. New battery and
ignition, engine and starter A-1,
tires good, one extra. $200. Call
344. 179-2

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Carefree

Vacation--Days!

Days when madanoiselle begins to think of holidays and traveling.
plans must include a suitable ward, one that will pack easily and keep
during the entire trip without troubling her.

Her
fresh

Our French Salon is full of Regal silk lingerie and there is nothing. more
practicable and satisfactory for summer wear that silk undergarments. For'
they are at once beautiful underneath sheer blouses, thinsummery frocks, and
exquisitely cool and pleasing to the skin. They launder nicely, and easily, and
are long wearing. They save the extra price in the length of service that
they give.
Camisoles of Pussy Willow taffeta, in tailored models, trimmed with pin-
tucks, and Vanity ribbon, crepe de chine styles combined with lace and ribbon,
and silk jersey ones. Prices, $2.50, $3.50, and $5.50.

STORE OPENS 8:30

EST. 1857 \
A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS

STORE CLOSES 5:30

Chimaloons, a combination of cherhise and blooners, in
tailored model of Pussy Willow silk, $10.75.

a beautifully

Crepe de chine chimaloons, trimmed with Val
$7.75.
Pink crepe de chine bloomers, with knee ruffles
and with Vanity ribbon rosette at knee, $6.25.
Bloomers in pale blue silk jersey, $3.95.
Gowns of delicate tinted crepe de chine, $9.75.
Orchid gown of glove jersey silk, $12.75.

lace, and hemstitching,

worked

in eyelet design,

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Sleep Anyplae But
Eat at Rex's
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 ARBOR STREET
Near State and Ptckard

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(Second Floor)

FOR SALE-Old Town canoe, excel-
lent condition. Phone 1072-W be-
tween 6 and 7 P. M. 177-3

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