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SUNDAY, JULY 20, 1924

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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10,000 Vaccinated As Cleveland Fights Smallpox

Let

Girls Smoke
Advice of Pastor
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SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITING
ENTER NOW! BOOKKEEPING
Hamilton Business College

State at William Sts.

Ann Arbor

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More than 10,000 persons were v accinated
Cleveland, embracing the foreign qua rter, as a

in one day after health officials quarantined
step towards checking a sin allpox epidemic.

a large section of
This shows a line

of men, women and children waiting to be vaccinated at a temporary dispen sary.

Printing and Developing
our Developing and Printing depart-
ment is especially well fitted to give you
the best possible results from your pic-
tures. Twenty-four hour serbice.
LYNDON & COMPANY

NEW BUILDINGS TO BE
SOON READY FOR USE'
A majority of the new buildings
pow in process of construction will be
ready for use this fall, but the Medict
al, Hospitgl, and Administration
buildings are not yet completed and
will not be used till later in the year,
C. E. Pardon, superintendent of the
Buildings and Grounds department,
said in a statement yesterday after-
noon. The new Literary building is
.practically complete and can be used
this fall as is also the Law club build-
ing. The power house will be finished
and in operation, heating the new
buildings. The University High School,
the Physics and Engineering shops
have been finished for some time and
will be used by the students.
The other buildings now in process
of costruction: the Medical, Admin-
istration and Hospital buildings, will
not be finished in time for the first
semester, but the Medical building
will be ready for occupancy the first
of the second semester, as the build-
ing is practically finished, but the ex-
tensive equipment used in the build-
ing will delay the classes being held
there.
The Hospital and Administration
buildings will not be ready till late
winter or early spring, Mr. Pardon
said. Though the exterior of the Hos-
pital is finished, a great deal remains
to be done to the interior of the build-
ing. Work on the Administration
building will be stopped till the con-
tractors are finished with the Literary
and Medical buildings.
No radical departure in classes
will take place when they occupy the
new buildings. The Rhetoric classes
which have been occupying the Uni-
versity High School will be transfer-
ed to the Literary building and class-
es will still be held as usual in Uni-
versity hall.
WORK FOUND FOR MANY
BY UNIVERSITY BUREAU
More than 3381 jobs were found for
men students during the past school
year, '23-'24. This does not include
many, who by reason of their previous
experience, were able to place them-
selves. About 1532 applications were
received from students at the office of
the Dean of Students, which cares for
this tremendous business. This num-
ber will be much larger this next year
since the present summer is not a
properous one. There is a very de-
finite correlation between the amount
of work available in the summer and
the number of applications received in
the fall.
The size of the task of keeping track
of this great number of persons can
be judged by the complicated file used
by Mrs. Stewart, to whose care it has
been assigned. That this is one of the
greatest services performed by the Un-
iversity for the students is proved by
the steadily increasing number of re-
quests received from employers as
well as from employees. Five hun-
dred thirty-two letters were written
by this office last year answering in-
quiries from students and from busi-

AT THE THEATERS
Screen-Today

"Let the girl smoke," advises the
Rev. J. Whitcomb Brougher, Los An-
gles pastor now preaching in Boston.
Happiness is the foundation of the
gospel, he says, and if smoking makes
the flappers happy, let 'em puff away.

Read the Want Ads

719 North

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Patronized Daily Advertisers.

Majestic - Blanche Sweet in
"Those Who Dance"; "Poodl-
es" Hanneford in "The Bone-
1sad", a Tuxedo comedy;
Aesop fable cartoon; Ollendorf
topical sketches.
Orpheum-Herbert Rawlison in
"Jack O' Clubs"; new round of
"Leather Pushers"; Fox news.
Wuerth- Vaudeville act- Cliff
Nichols' "Younger Generation"
in juvenile act "Cab-Arabian
Nights"; Tom Mix in "Ladies
to Board,"

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Now Playing
ON THE STAGE-
Cliff Nichols
"YOUNGER GENERATION"
in
"Cab-Arabian Nights''
ON THE ScRIiN-
"LADIES TO BOARD"
with Ton Mix and
Gertrude Ohnsted
Coming Thurs. - Milton Sills in
"The Last Hour"
Soon- Ralph in "Westbound Limgted

Now Showing
Herbert Rawlinson in
"JACK O' CLUBS"
"The Leather Pushers"
Fox News
Wed.-Thurs.
Jack Hoxie in
" The Red Warning "
Fri- Sat. Hoot Gibson and
Laura LaPlante in
"Ride For Your Life"
Soon-Dustin Farum in ° Kentucky Days"

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Garrick (Detroit) - Bonstelle
company in "The Awful Mrs.
Eaton."

ness firms who required information.
Many requests are for positions
which will provide board and room,
the former requiring three hous work
per day, the latter usually requiring
but one. Many of those who apply
at this office are able to be entirely
self-supporting by earning their tui-
tion and incidental expenses during
the summer months,
Wilfred B. Shaw, general secretary
of the Alumni association, returnedE
Thursday morning from a short trip
to Vassar where he attended the an-
nual meeting of the officers of the Al-
umni Magazine association of which
he is president. The meeting was
held July 11 and 12.
CLASSIFIEDS
TYPEWRITING and MIE OGRAPH-
ING promptly and neatly done. Any-
thing from a postcard to a book.'
Sixteen years experience on college
work
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade
LOST
LOST - Small Gold Fountain pen.
Downtown Thursday. A. T. O. crest.
Finder please call 1287.
TYPEWRITING .
THERE is always a last minute rush.
Take your work to O. D. Morrill, 17
Nickels' Arcade, at once, have it type-
written and avoid disappointment.
Watch Repairing
FINEST Watch Repairing in the city.
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.
TYPEWRITER$S-All makes
Sold, rented, cleaned and repaired.
Havie you seen the new CORONA
Four? The greatest typewriter pro-
duced in the last twenty years.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade
Watch Page Three for real values.
FOR QUALITY PRINTING
SEE
" iionrJir stter iIjpryeJons*
711 N. University Ave.
Up-stairs
PHONE 296-R
Across from the Campus

CONTINUATION OF USED CAR SALE
Mr. Platt has decided to continue his price-slashing sale on Used
Cars throughout Saturday, July 26.
25-FORDS-25
We have only 25 left, and they are priced to sell quick. Every
one of them are real bargains, and are priced to suit you. Included in
this number are Sedans, Coupes, Tourings, Roadsters and Trucks.
Come and look these cars over and decide if they aren't the best
bargains in Used Cars vver made.

TODA Y

Thos. H. Ince 's
GREAT DRAMA

EASY TERMS
We will accept any reasonable terms that are made by
us an offer.

STHOSE

you. Make

REMEMBER
This exceptional sale of Used Cars is to last only 8 more days.

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HENIY S3 PLATT
316 E. Huron St.

FORD SALES AND SERVICE
Phone 727.

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POODLES HANNAFORD
IN
"THE BONEHEAD"
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POLA NEGRI in "MEN"

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Ovving to Popular Nights
Demand 25c-50c-75c-$1
Second Wee k POP. MATS.
"Starting G AUhR C Tues., Thiurs., Sat. 2
____r_____25c-50c
Mon., July 21 Fifteenth Annual Season
Ninth Week
THE
Conmpakfy
In the new American Historical Romance
The awful Mrs. Eaton
By Jhn Farrar, Editor "The Bookman," and Stephen Benet,
Directed by and Produced under the Personal Direction of
MISS BONSTELLE AND WILLIAM A. BRADY
A play built about certain incidents in the life of
Andrew Jackson, better knowyn as "Old Hickory"
with FRANK McGLYNN
Creator of "Abraham Lincoln" Interpreting This Grim, Humorous
Irascible Character
WAAT THE DETROIT CRITICS SAID
"This play has the virtue of combining entertainment with information,
and it seems to me to have the solid qualities that argue for a profit-
able season." GEORGE STARK, Detroit News.
It is a thoughtful, and in the main thorough, portrait of one of the
- commanding figures of American history. The public generally, less -=
concerned with historical authenticity than with entertainment, will
find much to its liking." LEN SHAW, Detroit Free Press
"In local theatrical history Monday evening, July 14th, 1924, will stand
as quite an important occasion. Sheds much glory on Mis Bonstelle
2 and her workers. Dialogue is brisk and not infrequently pungent." 2
RALPH HOLMES, Detroit Times
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OPEN ALL SUMMER
Phone 3234-R Hour-8-5_
MILADY'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
209 S. State Street
Above Chubb's
(Geraldine Hogan)
SHAMPOOING CURLING
MARCELLING MANICURING
BOBBING
Special prices on facial and
scalp treatment

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