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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY,

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Part Time Subjects To Be Offered
Graduates As Innovation
Next Fall
SIX HOURS IS MAXIMUM
Part time courses for persons whose
occupations are such as to afford them
only a limited part of their time for
study, will be an innovation of the
School of Education beginning with
the fall semester of this year.
Certain courses will be regularly
scheduled to meet on Friday after-
noon and Saturday morning and other
courses to meet at 4 o'clock on week
days so persons living in close prox-
imity to Ann Arbor may pursue some
of this work while they are, at the
same time, employed in professional
service.
The Friday and Saturday courses
are scheduled for a double period.
'They will meet twelve times a semes-
ter, exclusive of meetings for en-
rollment and examinations.
1n addition to regular class atten-
dance, students electing these cours-
es will be ordinarily expected to meet
with the instructor for personal con-
ferences, to do a conmiderable amount
of out-of-class work, and to prepare I
a written thesis.
Only those persons whose time for
study is limited, who are accredited
for admission to this school, and who
evidence an interest in study may be
admitted, and may elect not more than
ten hours a year or six a semester.
There are also certain residence re-
quirements: for an A.B. degree, 24
hours;. for a bachelor's degree, the
minimum requirement is determined
by the character of the work done
by the student, and likewise for a
master's degree.
BOYS' INSTITUTION
TO SOLICIT FUNDS
Soliciting aid for their institution
Saturday, May 19, boys from the Starr
Commonwealth will be in Ann Arbor
to hold a tag day. Starr Common-
wealth is located in Albion, Michigan,
and is under the supervision of Mr.
Floyd. Starr, who founded the insti-
tution fifteen years ago.
The object of the commonwealth
is to provide for unfortunate boys the
direction,-home life, and supervision
which has been denied them through
circumstances or poor environment.
The institution is not endowed and,
therefore, depends largely for its sup-
port upon the proceeds of its forty-
acre farm and the generosity and
success of the tag days it conducts.

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The dg est Clothing d Furnishin.
Event in the City of Ann Arbor on

I Inh Class Merchandise

It is Sufficient to. Know

u all know Corbett's reputation.

When we put on a sale it means some-

That when you buy a suit of
clothes you should necessarily
have the very newest in cloth, pat-
tern and style that fashion may
dictate.
Trust Yourself to

thing to the buying public.

You get a real discount on every suit you buy.

All new fresh stock.

Corbett just returned from the market Tuesday where

he purchased one of the finest suits at a big saving which will be put on sale

"Hart Schaffner

& Marx"

Friday morning at prices much cheaper than he could have
wholesale 4 month ago.

bought

them

And Be Certain
We are showing an excellent line
of HATS, CAPS and GENTS'
FURNISHINGS that will suit your
fancy.

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Conlin and Wetherbee
118 E. WASHINGTON ST.

Corbett had a big business on suits this spring. Nearly all of his spring suits
are entirely closed out at this time, therefore he was in a position to go to mar-
ket arid replenish his stock at a big saving to his customers. Corbett usually
is in a position to take advantage of manufacturers' close-outs late in the sea-
son when they prefer to dispose of their stocks at a close-out price.
Now, men, be sure and take advantage of this sale, as it comes at a time when
you will need a suit to go home.

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BOIN STELLE
PLAYHOUSE
NIGHTS, 75c, $1.50. Mats. Tues.,
Thurs. and Sat., 50c, 75c
Week Beginning Mon. May 14
"WHAT ANNE BROUGHT
HOME"
By LarryE. Johnson

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Nights ............50c to $3.5i
Wed.-Sat. Mats......50c to $2.50
The Musical Sensation You
Have Been Waiting For
Schwab and MandePs Thrilling
Operetta
THKE DESERT SONG

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We Offer Our Entire Stock of Fine
Adler Clothes at

GARRICK
Starting Sunday, May 13
Nights 75c 'o $2.$0-Wed. Mat.
50c -to $1.50-Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.
L. C. Wiswell, Inc., Presents
iPAULIN E FREDERICK
Ina New Smashing Comedy Hit
"THE SCARLET WOMAN"
RIBBONS AN)
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for all makes of
TYPEWRITERS
Rapid turnover, fresh stock insures
best quality at a moderate price.
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17 Nickels Arcade. Phone 6615.

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Adler Clothes are specially
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