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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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terman, Conklin, Dunn and oth .
ns $1.50 up. Repairing a special-j
). D. Morrill, 17 Nickels* Arcade.
ascribe today for The Summer
livered to your door-The Sum-
Daily.-Adv.

WHAT'S GOING ON
Saturday, July 1
7:30 p. m.-Chinese Students' club
social, Lane hall.

Sunday, Julyt
3 p. m.-Meetng of Student
teers, Lane hall.

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CHUBB HOUSE
Will be open during Summer
>ession- Tastes like home
-Try us - Chubb House is
student boarding house.
209 SOUTH STATE STREET

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Monday, July 3
5 p. m.-The Human Aspe.ct of Words-
worth's Potery. Prof. S. F. Ginger-
ich. Natural Science auditorium.
Wednesday, July 5
12 m.-Excursion No. two-Ford Mot-
or company, Highland Park. Leave
at 12 m. Arrive at plant about
2:45 p. m. Trip ends about 4:15 p.
m.%
5 p. m.-The German Longe Range
Gun. (Illustrated). Prof. H. W.
Miller. Natural Science auditor-
ium.
8 p. m.-Concert-Faculty of Univer-
sity School of Music. Hill auditor-
ium.

States. (Illustrated). Prof. H. W.
King.
8 p. m.-Building and Beautifying the
Community. (Illustrated). Dr. R.
E Hieronymus, of the University of
Illinois.
Tuesday, July 11
5 p. m.--The Ethics of the Prophetic
Religion. Dr. H. Slonimsky, of Cin-
cinnati.
8 p. m.-The Safety of Surgical Op-
erations. Dean Hugh Cabot.
Wednesday, July 12
1 p. m.-Excursion No. four.-Wind-
sor, Ontario; Belle Isle, and the De-
troit River. Picnic to be held at
elle Isle.
5 p. m.-The Prophetic Religion of a
Life-Idealism. Dr. H. Slonimsky.
8 p. m.-Concert-Faculty of the Un-
#iversity School of Music. (Hill au-
ditorium).
Thursday, July 13
5 p. m.-The Permanent Significance
of the Messianic Ideal. Dr. H. Slon-
nsky.
8 p. m.-Educational motion pictures.
U-NOTICES
Prof. Louis C. Karpinski's class in1
Mathematics 48 will meet in room
room 110, Tappan hall, at 9 o'clock
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday.

COOLiEY OUTLINES TASKS
OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS
(Continued from Page One)
will receive some of the credit due
it We must not be so strenuous aft-
er strictly technical subjects. The en-
gineer Is not a broadly trained man;
he is a highly specialized man. Nine-
tenths of the prospective engineers
entering the school 'are impatient
with anything not pertaining directly

vainly attemp li1ng to settle peace,
ditions," he asked.
"You have a very great, a
grave responsibility."
Patterson Cites Talk

con 400,001) RAIL SHOP MEN
PREPARED FOR WAL

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to a chosen specialty. This is
wrong."
Doan Cooley predicted unsettled po-
litical conditions for years to come.
"The world is not at peace," he said.
During the war, he pointed out, the+
engineer was in great demand; but!
since the armistice no notice has been
taken of him. "Do you suppose that
a group of engineers, trained to solve
problems immediately, logically, con-
sistently, would spend four years

assistant dean told the students.

Prof. G. W. ?atterson, newly ap-
pointed assistant dean of the engineer-
ing college, expressed to the stu-
dents his desire to maintain a friend-
ly contact with the students during
his period of service in his new of-
fice. "I am very anxious to be on
good terms with the crowd," the new

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ii!° WITH OR WITHOUT DRIVER
416 S. Main. Ph. 683J9
RAIN WATER SHAMPOOS
Marcelling Manicuring
Water Waving
Mrs. T. L. Stoddard
Tel. 2652 707 N. University
BRING YOUR IDEAS TO THE
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM
SHOE FACTORY
We will make use of them and the best
leather to mke your shoes. Bring your
repairs to our factory at 534 FOREST
DETROIT UNITED LINES
TIME TABLE
Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express)Cars-6:oo
a. M., 7:00 a. ra., 8:oo a. M., 9:00 a. m. and
hourly to 9:o5p. In.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops of Ann
Arbor)- :47 a. m. and every two hours to
9:47 P. In.
Local Cars, East Bound-s:55 a. in., 7:oo
a. m. and every two hours to g:oo p. m.;
x :oo p. m. To Ypsilanti only- :4o p. m.,.
,12 :25 a. mi., 1:15 a. mn.
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti
Local Cars, West Bound-7:5o a. m., 2:40
p. in.
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-Limited cars:
8:47, 10:47, a. mn.; r2:47; 2:47, 4:47 P. im.
To Jackson and Lansing-i.ited: 8:47
p. M.

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contracting of shop work by several
'roads on which the shopmen cast
their strike vote as an issue with the
60 million dollar wage cut and their
objections to certain working rules.
Later several roads announced
their intention of cancelling all con-
tracts if such action would aid in
averting a strike. These included
the Pere Marquette and the Ann Ar-
bor. .
Each of the roads representatives
stated that, although considering their
contracts legal, each carrier would, if
the board holds its orders have been.
violated cancel its contracts in the
interest of averting any threatened
strike.
Subscribe today for The Summer
Michigan Daily.-Adv.

WHAT'S OING ON
The'Summer Daily will run a
program of events, meetings,
etc., day by day, throughout thea
Summer session. Notices of
meetings and OtherEvents should
in The Summer Daily office be-
fore 8 o'clock of the night pre-
ceding the events.

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You: name embossed free o charg!
of all fountain pens jsrchavdd from
0. D Morrill, 17 Nickels' Arcade. Oth- Subscribe
ers 25 cents each.-Adv. Daily.-Adv.

Read the Dlaily classified columns,-
Adv.

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today for The Summer

Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Thursday, July 6
5 p. m.-The Child Artist. (
ed) Prof. H. S. Mallory.
Science auditorium.
8 p. m.-Educational motion

FOR SUMMER SESSION

IllustrAt-
Natural
pictures.

Friday, July 7
5 p. m.-Geology of Niagara Falls.
(Illustrated). Prof. I. D. Sott.
Natural Science auditorium,
8 p. m.-Recital-Tennyson's "Maud."
Prof. R. D. T. Hollister. Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
Saturday, July 8
8 a. m.-Excursion No. three-Bur-
rough's Adding Machine company,
General 'Motors building, and Public
Library, Detroit. Leave at 8 a. m.
Arrive at the Burroughs plant at
10:30 a. m. Finish Burroughs plant
at 12 m. Lunch on Woodward ave-
nue; 1:15, trip through General
Motors building; 3 p. m. visit Public
library. Trip ends at 4:30 p. m.
Monday, July 10
5 p. m.-Irrigation in the United

SORORITY HOUSE EXPOSED
+ TO CHILDHOOD AILMENTS
Although Gamma Phi Beta house
is not anursery for the summer, it
was almost quarantined yesterday
when one of its residents was found
to have contracted the mumps.
Ruth Strickland of the class of '24,
of Oberlin college, attending the Sum-
mer session here, became ill. When it
was known that she had the mumps
she was removed to the University
hospital before other members of the
house were further exposed.
Coach Little Arrives In Ann Arbor
George Little, newly appointed as-
sistant director of intercollegiate ath-
letics and assistant Football coach,
arrived in Ann Arbor yesterday with
his family. He reported to Coach
Yost but will not begin active work
until Monday, when he will assume his*
duties as assistant in the courses of-
fered in the.coaching school.

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First

Anniversary

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Sale

A Sale that will bring Hundreds to this Store

Today

Here's the. story-short and snappy-we are going to hold our Annual Anniversary Shoe Sale. The
customary time for this sale would be in August, but as we begin the second year in the shoe busi-
ness, we are giving the public of this vicinity some of the best shoebargains ever known All shoes
will be fitted by X-ray, as is our usual custom. This assures everyone a 'perfect fit, worlds of com-
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Class A includes all street and semi-dress oxfords and
calf and patent leather; also white nu-buck with black kid
were formerly priced $8 and $8.50.

pumps in smoke horse,
saddle strap. These

brown,
oxfords

Class A includes all hi-grade shoes and oxfords in lines that we will continue to carry.
This includes black and brown oxfords -also brown high shoes.
CLASS B $5.75

CLASS B

$5.75

Class B includes many styles and all sizes - but not all
contains Cordovan and grain leather high shoes and oxfords,
oxfords. Formerly priced $7 to $12.50.

sizes in any style.
also calf and kid

This lot
shoes and

Class B contains all white cloth oxfords and pumps. Among these are the new tu-tone
flat heel oxfords with black patent leather saddles. Former prices $6.00 to $7.50.

Specials

Army
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$3.85

White 'Can-
vas Oxfords

$ .35

Palm Beach $ .35
Oxfords. ..

An exceptionally good pair of shoes at a song. - Don't let anyone beat yo u to it. - Get here early and make your selection

while we have all sires and lasts.

O'KANE

& HERTLER,

Footwear fitted by X-ray

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OPEN

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Facilties

Formerly known as Stilson

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Dancing

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