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April 07, 1922 - Image 4

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NG SUMMER!

Newberry and Charles E. Townsend,
and Congressmen Earl C. Michener1
and Joseph W. Fordney, all represen-
tatives from the state of Michigan at
the capital, National Commander
MacNider of the American Legion,
Colonel Eames, oommander of Fort
Wayne, Detroit, and Lieutenant Com-
mander Broadhead, in charge of the
Detroit naval district.
Chaperones will be Major Robert
Arthur, professor of military science
and tactics, and Mrs. Arthur, Doctor
L. P. Hall, professor of operative and
clinical dentistry, and Mrs. Hall.
The reception will start promptly at
8:30 o'clock. At 9 the grand march
will begin, and immediately after the
picture of the ball will be taken. Just
Preceding the grand march assembly
will be called by.three buglers. There
will be 16 dances and two extras, in-
cluding several waltzes. t
In order to accommadate the large
crowd the number of booths has been
increased to 21 by adding the Egyp-
tion, American Legion, and several
other booths. Every couple has been
assigned to some one of these booths,'
which will be its headquarters dur-
ing the evening.

'LAW SCHOOL WILL GIE
USULSUMMER COURSESI

£ £

Fletcher, University of Minnesota,
and Prof. Hugo Q. Horack, Univer-
sity of Iowa, are the non-resident in-
structors who will teach courses this
summer. Prof. Burke Shartel, Prof.
Joseph H. Drake, Prof. Evans Hol-
brook, Prof. E. D. Dickinson, Prof.

E. N. Durfee, and Prof. G. C. Gris-
more, all of the Law faculty will
teach courses in the summer session
of the Law school as well.
You'll find many bargains when you
read Michigan Daily Ads.-Adv.

>r students to fill posi-
us types continue to be
he Student employment
e office of the Dean of
e majority of offers are
positions to be filled
ummer vacation.\ The
sts includes a demand
of books, magazines,
re, raincoats, and a host
ally as diversified arti-
has lately been received
ry club in Illinois re-
rences for two Chinese
students to have charge
during the summer

Law courses will be taught as usual
in the coming Summer session. The
twenty-eighth annual summer session
of the school opens on Tuesday, June
20, and will - continue for 10 weeks,
divided into periods of 5 weeks each.
The work of the session is so planned
as to offer courses in law correspond-
ing to the prescribed courses of the
first two years work leading to t de-
gree, thus enabling a student wish-
ing to shorten the time required to
cc mplete the work leading to a de-
gree, to finish his work in two regu-
lar sessions and three summer ses-
sions, the space of time usually given
to the work being three calendar
years,.
The courses offered will be taught
by competent professors, many from
Miehigan's own Law school and
others from other prominent insti-
tutions. Prof. George P. Costigan,
Jr., Northwestern university, Prof. J.

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If you are p ressed for. time let
us press your clothes

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We call for and deliver your work.

If you are particular about cleaning odors in
your clothes let us dry clean them.

We specialize in Odorless Dry Cleaning

Offer Many Positions
matic publication advertized
gazine "encouraging the best
iand the theater throughout
try" has also enlisted the aid
ureau in finding competent
Lfor the summer.
employment bureau will re-
n during the summer session
aid those students desirous
iing work in Ann Arbor,"
M. L. Stewart, in charge of,
au. "'There is, and will be, a
demand for student help, es-
for odd jobs. The work will
ps of a different character, in
pectssthan it is during an
session, there will be, of
a few board and room jobs
najority of those offered will
arden work and for the care
ery and lawns, and as usual,
1 be a great number of stu-
nted for house-work."
,000 Placed This'Year
han 1,000 applications for
re filed during the present
year and in nearly every
student-making the applica-
placed in some kind of
his summer the bureau will
cted in the same manner
lications for work will be
the same way. Those inter-
work of any sort during the
months, either in Ann Arbor
here, may make application
. Stewart of the employment
t any time in room 2, Uni-
tali.
SRY BALL PATRONS
OE PROTME

BROWNIE CAMERAS.
On your Spring vacation
you will want one of
t h esae excellent picture
takers.
The Eberbach & Son Co.
200-204 E. LIBERTY ST.

Cleaning and Pressing
faultless Pressing

$1

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has a future even
many imagine. .4
strides are being z
people are aware.
pilots, which was
America's entrance
war, has been resui
facilities such as w
known. It will be
Michigan students
this summer.
Send for
If Inter
If thedabove thou
you address our
ment No. 1 for furl
There will be no
and we have a con
let on this particulE
is free for the a
you should decide
care for it for yo
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FOR A
NICE DINNER
TRY
W I LL I T S
Twenty-one years at the
northwest corner of Mich-
gan's Campus. If experi-
ence counts for anything
Willits' Restaurant should
be Ann Arbor's best eat-
ing place. Try one of our
dinners and be a believer.
SPECIAL STEAK
DINNER.. . ... 75c
SPECIAL SUNDAY

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plete list of guests for the DINNER . . . . $1.00
Dual Military ball, which
ld in Waterman and Bar- CLUB LUNC1 . . . . 40c
asiums the evening of April
en compiled. Men nation- DINEI. . . . .c
nent will be here for the: Banquet Hall in Connection
invitation hiave been is-
e deans of all the depart-
colleges in the University. i W ILLITS
sts will include Edwin
, secretary of the navy, Phone 173 313 So. State
ord, Detroit automobile Open during Spring Vacation.
er, Eddie Rickenbacker, E
ave Your Order TodayI

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andies For Easter
Delivered wherever and

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and value
the term of

onlyimproves-the appearance
of your property, but lengthens
usefulness as well.
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whenever you say.

High Standard
Paints and Varnishes

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Delicious candies carefully
packed in pleasing Easter
boxes.

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Are products you may use with perfect confidence
that they are the best on the market.
If you are going to' do any painting this Spring, we
invite you to come to us for suggestions.

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We guarantee both the
candy and its delivery.

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