THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
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inety-nine books out of every hund-
ed are bad, and even selecting with
he utmost of precaution, nearly half
f the volumes I take up are bad;
ot as bad as Connell's book, but bad
nough to keep me studying synonyms
f derogation in endeavor to refrain
rom being too monotonous repiti-
ion, bad enough to keep me in a con-
tant state of irritation.
The business becomes cloying, dis-
asteful. But if one is honest one
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Daily Wants Ads bring results.-Adv.
must go through with it. The better
way would be to ignore such books,
but here two drawbacks present them-
selves. One, out of courtesy, ought
to review a book sent gratis by the
publishers for review purposes, and
again one ought dutifully offset as
much as possible the whole host of
critical asses who praise nine vol-
umes out of ten.
I turn to my contraband whiskey
for its higher potentialities.
Liberty Tea Shop, 620 East
serves home cooked meals.
meals or weekly rates.-Adv.
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FREY, '22, HEADS NEWS BUREAU;
SMITH, '22, EDITOR OF
James G. Frey, '22, managing editor
of the 1922 Michiganensian, and Fran-
cis M. Smith, '22, managing editor of
Chimes, campus opinion magazine
last year, have both beexl appointed
to high positions in the state.
Frey, who spentapproximately four
years on Michigan publications, and
'who has also had considerable exper-
ience in practical newspaper work, is
is now director of the Booth syndicate
bureau in Ann Arbor. He will have
complete charge of the supplying all
of the Booth syndicate newspapers
with news of the city and of the Uni-
Smith several weeks ago assumed
the managing editorship of the Cad-
illac Clearing House,, the official house
organ of the Cadillac Motor company
in Detroit. This magazine is circulat-
ed among all the Cadillac branch of-
fices and factories throughout the
country, as well as to all of the con-
cern's district managers and sales
Bruce Swaney, another Michigan
man, a member of the class of 1918,
is the editor of the Cadillac Crafts-
men, the magazine which is devoted
to the interests of the employees of
the Cadillac Motor company. Verne
E. Burnett, '17, is advertising man-
ager of the company.
Gun and Blade Club to Meet Daily throughout the Summer ses-
Members of the executive commit- sion.--Adv.I
tee of the Gun and Blade club will I_
meet in room 302, Union, at 5 o'clQck Daily throughout the Summer ses-
today. si n.-Adv.
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Liberty Tea Shop, 620 East Liberty,
serves home cooked meals. Single
meals or weekly rates.--Adv.
Daily Wants Ads bring results.-Adv.
Read the Daily classified columns.-
FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS
We Sell for
FOR SUMMER SESSION
BOOKS AND SUPPLIES
Ca1t . yn
NOW IS THE TIME TO PUT UP
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
MOPS and OILS
Gold and Silver Pencils
Eversharp and Fynepoint
Big and Little Bens and others
This is the place to buy the utensils
you need to do your preserving suc-
cessfully, for we have prepared well
with a complete assortment of kettles,
collanders, fruit jars and rubbers,
scales, pans, spoons, paring knives,
chopping bowls and other necessities.
JO - C. FISCHER CO.
Main nr. Washington
Washington nr, Main
v Ad J / q
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Special Sale gf
"Wait Till We're Married," which
will be the offering of the Bonstelle
company at the Garrick next week, is
another play which is new to De-
This play was done in New York
with Marion Coakley playing the lead,
that of a social butterfly who has been
spoiled by attention and luxury. She
meets Willie, a studious, serious,
hard working chap and he is so en-
tirely different from the young men
that she knows that she becomes in-
terested in him, in fact feels a sort 9f
proprietary interest inasmuch as their
first introduction was when she sav-
ed him from drowning, and at once
proceeds to make Willie over. The
making over process is the plot of the
It is all delicious foolery, includ-
ing cocktails fed to primn aunts for
the first time in their lives, and makes
excellent farce material.
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Your Girl Makes One.
You Make Two.
After 4:00 o'clock take her and go to the
Lenses Ground and Frames Repaired
HALLER & FULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS
an Extra Pair of Trousers
with every suit order, selected from
the Spring Woolens.
The Home of Better Clothes and Furnishings at Fair Pices
For 'a limited time we will give absolutely
This means that you will be
securing a four piece Suit
at the C OST of a three
If you are in need of a new
desk lamp, or want an
attractive boudoir lamp you
will find this sale a wonder-
We will write an accident policy for
209 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLD06
So. State St., at William St.
Representatives f or Kahn Tailoring Company
.. .... .
Corner Main and William Streets
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We also wish to emphasize the unusual values found in our Halifax Tweeds
and Palm Beach Suits and Golf Sweaters, You are always able to use these
clothes to advantage and that is one reason why they are so economical. Hal-
ifax Tweed suits complete are selling for $18.00. Don't delay in making
your selection because, at this price we expect them to move.
Palm Beach Suits from $10.90 up -- These are all ready to wear.
EARLY SHOWING OF FALL SUITINGS
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