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May 18, 1922 - Image 7

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Officers for thecoming yearwere
installed by Michigan Dames Tues-
day evening, when they held their reg-
ular meeting in Barbour gymnasium.
The following officers took their oaths
of office: President, Mrs. G. M. Gale;
vice-president, Mrs. A. M. Stellwagon;
secretary, Mrs. E. H. Corley; treas-
urer, Mrs. W. L. Faust.
At this time the retiring president
gave a short talk to the members.
Plans were also made for the annual
picnic which will be held on Saturday,
May 26.
PtACTICAL TRAINING COURSES
OFFERED BY EASTERN SChOOLS
For college women desiring secre-
tarial and executive training, the
Katherine Gibbs Schools in. New York,
Boston, and Providence, R. L, offer six
months' courses as a link between the
college diploma and the position. The
special executive training course is
given in the New York school only, the
full secretarial course being given in
the Boston and Providence schools.
The curriculum includes actual
working knowledge of finance, journ-
alism, and business lawv including ad-
vertising, applied psychology relating
'to the successful/ conduct of business,
and technique of talking business. The
business organization, and administra-
tion course aims to give the student a
knowledge of the fundamental factors
that underlie the managing of a busi-
'Less.
Through the direction of the voca-
tionaldepartment, advice and guid-
ance are given the students with re-
gard to their. choice of positions.
While positions are not guaranteed, ef-
fort is made by the department to place
each student where her work will be
both congenial and remunerative. In-
formation concerning any of the
courses can be obtained by applying
to the school.

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VEMOTWOMEN EDIT
WEKLY CYIC IS
After being "officially silent for fifty
years" the women of the University
of Vermont have recently written, ed-
ited, and published a number of the
weekly "Cynic," the official student
newspaper of their university.,
The edition contains many articles
dealing with the women and their
affairs on the campus, and comprises
rather a summary of the women's ac-
tivities for the year. The editorials
deal not only with the sentiment of
the women towards their unusual ac-
complishment in puttingtout an issue
'of the paper( but also with sports and
-other phases of campus activity not
exclusively feminine. Each one, how-
ever, is written with the feminine
slant, and serves to make the men
"think it over."
Among other things, the leading ed-
:itorial speaks as follows:
"'The time has come,' the Walrus
said,
'To talk of many things;'.,
"To talk of many things-that is
what our acceptance of the offer of a
chance to edit a number of the "Cy-,
nic" implied. .Being women, we real-
ly enjoy this task-of ours. There are
so many things to talk about-partic-
ularly since we've been silent-that is,
.officially- so-since'* our arrival fifty
years ago. The fact that the women of
the college are publishing a "Cynic" is
indicative of many things. In the
first place, it is a sign of the times,
for it shows an increasingly appar-
ent spirit of co-operation between the
men and women of the university."
MASQUES ELECT OFFICERS
TO SERVE DURING NEXT YEAR
Masques at 'their annual ;meeting
held yesterday afternoon, elected as
officers for ythe coming year the fol-
lowing ne'mbers: President, Anne
Mushkin, '23; vice-president, Mary
Ives, '23,; secretary, Winifred Smeaton,
'24; treasurer, Dorothy Jeffry, '24;
member at large, Luvern Hays, '23.
Dormitory Honors Board of Governors
Residents of Helen Newberry dorm-
itory entertained at dinner last eve-
'ning in honor of their board of gover-
nors and former house presidents.
NOT.ICE
This will be a jobless summer.
Our students will come back
prosperous, unaffected by the
depression. Here are a few
facts:
1. We doubled our sales last
year.
2. nWe are the largest corpor-
ation fof our kind.
3. We are the eighth largest
advertisers in the country.
Come in and see us about
next summer's work.

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Miss Lucy Elliot, who was director of
the dormitory several years ago, spokeI
and toasts were given by Mrs. Henry =
D. Joy and other members of the -
board. Euphemia Carnahan, '22, act-IC

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BRING YOUR PANAMA AND, STRAW
HATS IN NOW TO BE CLEANED.
Prices for cleaning Panamas $1.25 up.
Prices for cleaning stiff
straws ........a.... .75 up.
We do only high class work.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 PACKARD STREET
Telephone 1792
MAN WANTED
At Once to Take Orders for
COAL
in carload lots in his own town, this
summer. No experience or capital re-
quired. Offers permanency if desired.
Huge profits can be made. Earn a
week's pay in an hour. Can be han-
dled on the side.
For particulars write
WASHINGTON COAL 'CO.
3554 So Racine Ave.,
Chicago.
WHEN SELEC1?ING A DOCTOR
to diagnose the trouble with your heat-
ing or plumbing system, use the same
good judgement you excercise in choos.
ing your physician.
Your confidence in us will not'be mis-
placed. We are experts in our profes-
Sion and offer you the benifit of many
years of experience:

The Ann Arbor Dairy,

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New Straws
A perfectly balanced stock. Big
enough to give every man his
choice. Small enough to insure
individuality .'. Sennits, Splits,
Leghorns, Bangkoks and Panamas
$3.00 $3.50 $4,00 $4.50 $5.00
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SERVED ICE COLD-IS PERFECTLY
Walk down to our "Cleanest of Dam
let us convince you.

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night, while'
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er 430290. OF OUT-DOOR LIFE AND STUDY
Waukeela 'camp for girls, situated'
RZS on the shores of Crystal lake, in the
White Mountains, offers advantages of
outdoor life together with opportun-
ities for studies. The object of the
tutoring department is to give ade-
quate preparation in preparatory and
college subjects. The tutors are chos-
en from the leading women's colleges
of the East. Instruction is offered in
algebra, geometry, Latin, French, Eng-
lish, and history.
The camp equipment provides for
in "My the utmost comfort in living arrange-
ments, according to the advice of the
managers. All the food is prepared
ighan in under the direction of an experienced
dieitin.Each tent is fitted with elec-
tric lights and runing water.
Girls may come at any time during
Trumps," the season, the charge being $350 for
the entire time beginning July 1, $275
it in "A for a period of six weeks, and $225
for four weeks. Particulars may be
non' obtained from Miss Dorothy E. Mc-
_ Dowell, Mount Holyoke college, South

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She was just a. poor little millionaire's
daughter; face full o' beauty, head buzzin' with
brains, trying to get along in her world of
love-struck swains. A photoplay that whizzes
along at comedy speed with "the mischievous
little devil of the screen" putting the charm
tick into a whirlwind of romance.

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Here's a real "family" picture.
It's up to you to have the whole
family see it. Let it be "No-
body home but the cat!" -
COME!!

This picture settles no world problems. But
promises you qne glowing, crowded hour of re
happiness.
With Tom Meighan as lovely Leatrice Joy's swe
heart and the bachelor daddy of the five cutest ki
dies you ever saw.

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