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ICHIGAN DAILY

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Camp Davis
Notes
Mrs. Wolcott, wife of Dr. Wolcott,
he camp physician, has been visiting
he camp for the past week.
Stauffer, Gillis, Mangold, and Eu-
trom left camp at the beginning of'
he week for Ann Arbor. They will
ttend the University Summer session,
fter which they will return to Camp
avis to complete their course.

Practice for the All-camp team is
progressing in a satisfactory manner,
according to "Walt" Comb, the ath-
letic manager. More than 30 men of
the 73 in camp turned out for the first
practice. "Walt" has no idea of the
final line-up, but is rapidly weeding
out the less skillful.
A game has been scheduldd with Bay
View for July 15, and negotiations
are under way with the Pellston team
at the present time. If these games
arb successful, Mackinaw City, Che-
boygan and Topinabee will probably
be taken on.
Mrs. Jordan Visits In Ann Arbor
Former Dean of Woman Myra B.
Jordan has been in Ann Arbor the
past several days. Mrs. Jordan leaves
today for New York whence she will
sail for Italy.

foot launch, to be used for
has been'put into, commis-
the work will commence

SCHOOL Of, MUSIC HAS.
INCREASED ENROLLMENT
Enrollment at the Summer session
of the University School of Music is
about 100, which greatly exceeds that
of last summer.F
The faculty of the school, while
naturally reduced in the summer, yet
retains many of its important mem-
bers. 'Among the guest teachers again
this summer is Miss Hazel Gertrude
Kinscella, one of the major "artist"
teachers in the Nebraska University
School of Music, Lincoln, Neb.
Miss Kinscella is giving a series
of institutes covering all phases of
her work, both in lecture, demon-
stration, and practice teaching with
classes of children from the Ann Ar-
bor public schools. The course which
Miss Kinscella has developed for train-
ing children in piano classes, hasa
aroused enthusiasm by those who have
seen her work as supervisor of piano
classes in the public schools of Lin-
coln, Neb.
Most of the work at the School of
Music this summer is for teachers
Dunn pens $2.75 up. Hold nore ink
than any other make. O. D. Morrill
dealer, 17 Nickels' Arcade. -Adv.

of piano, supervisors and teachers of
public school music.
At the close of the session, a, pub-
lic recital will be given on the methods
of training the young pianist.

co-operation with sociology and psy-
chology departments and is followed
by two months of intense field work in
Detroit at the Delray health center
and in co-operation with the Detroit
Visiting Nurse association and depart-
ment of health.

26,

ENROLLED FOR
NURSING COURSE

rtly.

Prominent among the features of
the third issue of the Black Fly, the
camp weekly bulletin, was a group of
pictures entitled "Round Our Camp.'"
These pictures with the particularly
well executed heading were the out-
standing features of the issue.
L. C. Smith, Underwood, R.yal,
Plemirgton and otnor typewriro for
sple xand rent. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nick-
I' cade.-A.-

According to an account given by
Mrs. Barbara Bartlett, professor of
public health nursing, the class in
public health nursing numbers 26A
graduate nurses.
The aim of this course is to train
graduate registered nurses so that
they may accept positions in rural
communities and small towns in
school nursing, industrial nursing,
tuberculosis visiting nursing and child
welfare. The course is comprised of
two months of summer school work in
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STUDENTS
Good Hone Cooking
At Mderate Prices.
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SHOOT THE CHUTES
Groome's Bathing Bead

attended. The group this summe
cosmopolitan including students P
England and Canada, as well as
United States.
We do typewriting and mimeogr
ing. 0. D. Morri,1, 17 Nickes'

Students in public health nursing cade;-Ady.
also have the advantage of observing
the health education work that is now Sudbscribe toda
being done in Washtenaw and Waynie Daily.-Adv.
counties. The course has been givens'
since January, 1919, and according to Delivered to yo
Professor Bartlett it is regularly well mer Daily.-Adv.

WHITMORE

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Free Picnic Grove

Lunches at "Van's"

AT THE THEATERS

.BASEBALL GAME 2:00 P. M.

Today-Screen

Majestic - Wanda Hawley in
"The Truthful Liar," and com-
edy.
Arcade-"Red Hot Romance," a
John Emerson and Anita Loos
production; comedy.
Wuerth-Eugene O'Brien in "Thre
Prophets Paradise"; comedy.
Orpheum - Eileen Percy in
"Whatever She Wants"; com-
edy, news.

F

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= usl - Monday, July 3E
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and Sat. .. sac-
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LAST TIMES TONIGHT

"Goo-bye chills!" C'mon thrills!
Put on your Palm Beach when you
come to see

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WANTED

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4 Pairs $'200
4 Months -
Your favorite colors-your
correct size-are here for you.
We expect this attractive
offer to be snapped up in a
hurry, so lose no time.
Underwear Special---72-80-
cent Nansook, 79c.
J. F.Wuerth Co.
Fashion Park Clothiers
Next to Wuerth Theatre

Students attending the Sum-
mer session and who wish to try
out for 'positions.on The Summer
Michigan Daily staff should re-
port between 1 and 5 o'clock
in the afternoon at the Press
building.
Tryouts for the business de-
partment should see Herold C.
Hunt, business manager; for the
editorial department, James
Young, city editor.
Read the Daily classified columns.-
meals or weekly rates.-Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
Home Supply

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- then bam! - a flight - hold tight - good night - ALL-
- the hero wins - the love begins - the audience grins.

Prices A D D E "Dhoin
Matinee Showing
25c "THE POLICEMAN AND :00
Evenings THE BABY" 2:0
35c-50e featuring 7:80
Kiddies WILLIAM DESMOND 9:00
ADim _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
See the Slave Girls Dancing in the
Shiek's Ternt!

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RIGHT

LAST TIME TODAY

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EUGENE
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LAST TIME TODAY
EILEE N
IN
"WHATEVER SHE WANTS"
TOMORROW
CONSTANCE TALMADGE
IN
GOODNIGHT PAUL"

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VANTED-White student as dish-
washer for either two or three
meals. See Mrs. Bennet at Apostles'
Club, 819 S. State St. Phone 530.
10-2
VANTED - Young healthy men,
weighing about 150 lbs., at Univer-
sity Hospital for blood donors. See
Dr. Morrill. 8-3
,OST-Small leather pocketbook con-'
taining sum of money. Please return
to Daily office.- 10-2

Store
209-211 EAST WASHINGTON ST.
If you want to econo-
mize, this is the place to
go to for the things you
use in the dining room
and kitchen. Also a
good line of Men's wear.
SHIRTS
HOSE
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HATS
UNDERWEAR
SUSPENDERS
BELTS
SUIT CASES
and BAGS
Waiters' Aprons and Coats
at lowest prices.
TRY THIS STORE.
Phone 112. Hoag's free delivery
A large assortment of
safe and sane Fireworks

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IFTEEN men want to rent rooms in
same house for next year. Address
Box H. H., care of Summer Daily.
10-2

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