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THE MICHIGAN DTY

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eon the. program of a
nmer Session beginning
a the East Engineering
'dier the :aus5pices of the
the Promotion of E.--
Education.
ha other ifeatutres of this
,chooll for teachers 6o
mgineering will be an
p to the Ford Motor
inquet, and a smoker.1
ion will begin on Mon-
oon, June 22, and on
orning the group will
.d by President Alexan-
hven. The program will
;ame day with a talk by
IH. White, of the engi-
eulty, on "The Field of
:l Engineer."
es of a chemical +engi-
4culurn will be discuss-
various speakers andi
e a talk on the history
nice by Prof. Walter L.'
th~e engineering depart-

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The difficulties Hof laboratory ex-
pei metsi may phases of }engi-
neering. will also be discussed by
several proinnt maen ina the fiel;
of. engineering education,
'COQrtise of Spe6ikers.
Among the other welknown
men whd aill soe ,k at~ the sesson
are Dr. HI. A. Cpzrtis, chairman o.
the division f chemical technology,
Situation;" R. E. Wilson, head o~
of the National Research counci,
who will talk o - The. Nitrogen.
the develop et 4eai.ent of the
Standard Oil company of Indiana,
who will discuss "Rec et Advances
in Petroleumn1efining" ,D. Za
Jeffries, consulting metallurgist of
the Alumipaum company of .Ameri-
ca, spea~kngi<i Dev cpnents in
Light Allos;" . nd Qif ord Paige,
peidtent of the Anmerican Gas as-
~qiation, whose talk will be "De-'
axts in Gas Engineering."
7iofiowing this summer school,
Ore is to be a conference' on
c'e em i c a 1 engineering education'
*e under the auspices of the
xA-,erican ;institute of Chemical
,gineers.
io0 Projects Under Construction,
With 51 Completed in
Last Two Years.
WASINGrcTO, May 13.-(/P)-
>even hundred federal buildings,
Mpsing $429,000,000, are in various
1{ges of construction throughout
t~~country.
an addition, 51 .pro ect, which
rust -$23,316,876 have been corn- "
)plted within the last two years.
'resident hoover, inmnaking this
announcement 'Tuesday, segregated
te public works proram into six
-vpups,, completed, sites acquired,
and contracts let yin whole or part,
plans finished, -speciic tos being
prepared or bids aed, sites ac-
qred, and plans "partally com-
p1Ieted, sites determined and ac-
quired or in process of negotiation
yr condemnation,_ and authorized
end sites in process of selection.
hesecond group includes 150
projects on which' construction has
braun within the last three months
and which will be completed at an
estimated outlay f °$120,213,00. A
~Ott of $20,97,000 is expected to
cover the third classification, which'
inwludes 56 projects.
°Sites have been aquired and.
plans partially completed for 190
projects which have ,been limited
to a :cost of $92,13,23. President
moover expects work on this group
to be under way within six months.
For 115 more projects on which,
construction is to begin within a
year, sites have been determine.
eys Charty Socety
Will Conduct TagDay
Annual tag day for the Floyd
Starr Commonwealth for Boys will
be held next Saturday.
The institution maintains a home
for the homeless, friendless, and

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we Mus cut U-I'm o 4 Wk "W smi ou r i;nm, im" stocks of
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Men! Note These Pra""cest,
All Flors'heims keducee-we

$11.00, $11.50 & 12.60
Styles Selling in this Sale

$10.00 and $10.50 New]
Sty les and a. Few $11.00
Numbers Sel lin g in thisA
Sale at

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Women's New Florsheim Arch Supporting Shoes
are taking the country by storm-they are so good; looking and con.
fortable.4
$10, $11.50 and $12 Styles now $9, $9.50, and $10.50
$pecial ! 4 Styles(boe in sires) Reduced to $8.69.
Womnen's Finest Shoe "values to$
IN 'STRAPS-PUM7'VPS - TIES -_. SPORT' SHOES - EVERYTHING
MY! what a .grand choice here in the very finest shoes in the land for~ every
need and occasion. For dress or sport wear, street or ballroomi. A choice
of colors, combinations and leathaers,* heels and styles. The finest values
to $9.00, including the com ort arch shoes at a choice of

I$go6g and s8.bq

1$8,969

and

j PORT SHOES, DRESS SHOES, STREET SHOES1
,PRICES CUT TO THE CORE ON ALL NEW,
ackard andSezbhs
$0.00 Sur t. Shoes Cut to. ........ $7.89 and $8.39
$10.00 Street Shoes (Black and tanp) Now. .. $7.89
$8.50 Dress or 'Street Shoes Cut to............ $6.89
$,00 Street or Dress Shoes -Cut tQ......... $5.89
$6.00 Shoes Dujring this Sale go at........... $4.69
By afar the largest and finest selection in Ann Arbor and at these cut

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Women's Sport Shoces ,for Street or Golf
We have 20 styles to choose from in all heels and color combi.nations -
I mo0re on the road.
~$, 7and $8."50 Values Cit to $.45, $5.89 and $6.81

NURSES DUTY SHOES
Values to $8.50

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prices every. pair will go in a burry.
Gold Wear.

Beautiful styles for Dress, Strcet or

Cutt...... 5,7

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"WHAT SAVINGS
ON WOMEN'S
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$10.00 Styles Now...$8.49 and $7.89
$.X50 Styles Now. $7.49 and X$689
$7.50 Styles Now.............. $5,89
$10.00 Spike Golf Shoes....... $7.819

SPECIAL!

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150 Pairs Sport Shocs.
New styles just in. $8.00
and $9.00 values. Now
BIla ck anid
White, Br own
and White ...
SHOE TREES, 79

And, please ?remeb : r~t t these str< s, pumps land tiesOAAft'
are the P'REVAILINTG STYLES. It'. a reat cleanupoF,)x
bro kena lots, at a REAL BAMRG.AIN. Of course the ea dy
buyers will get the piktoe£f stye n ie.OUT THEY
GO 'AT CHOICE. 2d

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HOUSE SLIPPERS
Values ujp to $3.00, Cut to

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TIENNISSHOES
IS For en or Women, Cut

to $1.39

- $1.8l9 X 2.09

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Hurry! Buy 2 and P '
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AT THESE LOW PRICES!

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