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June 13, 1924 - Image 3

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

autiful Decorations And
fusicdMake Senior Ball Success

Under a canopy of black and
white streamers which spread from
a border of black and white aroundj
the gymnasium, the senior classes of
the University danced away the last
hours left to them of college life. The
grand march which formed at nine o'-
clock was led about the Waterman
Gymnasium by Hugh Duffield, chair-
man of the committee, and his partner
1is Charlotte Rodgers of Alton, Ill.,
a student in Goucher College, Balti-
more, Md. Music for the occasion
was furnished by Seymour Simons'

and white. Around the walls of the
gymnasium was arranged an alternat-
ing scheme of black and white panels
while black and white streamers
stretched out from the walls to the
ceiling. Beautiful painted lanterns
gave a subdued light, while a huge
"M" at one end of the gymnasium was
lighted with colored lights.
The beautiful gowns of the women,

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last time, and danced out the last few
hours left to them of college life.
N.G.
&CLAOS ASABANQUETIIN UNIONI
Dean "John R. Effinger, of the Col-
lege of Literature, Science, and the
Arts, gave the principal speech at
the senior literary banquet held yes-
terday noon in the Michigan Union.
Walter K. Scherer, president of the
senior literary class and Dorothy A.'
Wylie, vice-president of the class, also
spoke. Edward C. Stark, '24, presid-
ed over the banquet as toastmaster. I
More than 100 seniors were present.
Classified Ads work wonders. Try
The Summer Michigan Daily for re-
sults.-Adv.
Subscribe for The Summer. Mich-

SUCCESSOR TO DONOVAN
TO TAKE UP DUTIES HERE
Elliot Proctor of Columbus, Ohio ar-
rived in Ann Arbor yesterday to as-
WANTED'
Salesmen to sell complete line of
paints to industrial plants, real
estate companies, warehouses,
large property owners and farm-
ers on liberal commission basis.
Full commissions remitted week-
ly as orders pass our Credit De-
partment. If you are a live wire
you can earn $350 to $500 or
more per month. Experience not
necessary. Swift Paint Company, j
Desk 15, Station E, Cleveland,
Ohio.

sume his new duties as assistant man-
ager of the Michigan Union. Mr.
Proctor was formerly assistant man-
agger and steward of the Deshler
hotel of Columbus. Hs succeeds
Dennis Donovan who has been con-

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nected with the Michgan Unc
17 years and who will go to C14
to continue in hotel work ther
Donovan leaves the Union July
Patronized Daily Advertiser

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the exotic strains of the music, the
colored lghts all created a fairyland
of beauty, but despite the carelessness,
the joy and fun that pervaded, there
was a feeling of sadness as the class
of. twenty four came together for the

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We still have those photographs

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so cher-

orchestra.
The decorations

were all of black

TOM,
COLORP
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LASSIFIE
ADVERTISING

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Lyndon & Co.
719 North Univ Ave

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, BUSINESS PPORTUNITIES
WOULD you like to make some big
money; some real onsy? Would
you like to get in on an agency that
has all the earmarks of making
S oum> likC the Ford Motor Co.'
agents have who were lucky
enough to get ihp agencies? We are
ynanufacturing a woi~ds,,fiil little iceII
Anp qrefrigerator n achine* ibt is a
proven success and which makes*
jce and refrigeration at a cost of
less thban ten cents a hundred
pound. The machimje has no mov-
ing parts, requires no powe., '0oth-
ing to get out of order, and which
ean be made any size. This ma-
chine is low in price, and is suit-
ghe .for dairymen, grocers, butch-
ers, an "armers. We have plan-
ned to market ;these machines a
great deal like automobiles are
marketed and are looking fo distr*i-
butors who can finance themselves
o, ',e extent of ONE to Five Thou-
sand 3,llars according to amount
of territory govered. Address re-
ply to Dependatle Refrigerating
Machine Co., 315 Division Ave., S.,
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Subscribe for The Summer Mich-
igan Daily.-Adv.

FOR RENT
DOCTORS, Lawyers, Dentists, Arch
tects, offices in New Columbu
Building in new northwest sectio
of Detroit, low rental. These o

flees include light, heat,
cold water. Apply R. T.
Columbus Bldg., Detroit.

hot an(
Reaum

FOR RENT- Suite and double an
single room. 'Summer prices. Stu.
dents and business people. 425 S
Division. 1565-J.
TYPEWRITING ..
TYPEWRITERS
of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchatge4
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Stor
Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith
1924 UNIVERSITY GRADUATES
Who have specialized- i4 eenomic
and are interested in capitalizin
on this branch of their educatioi
by direct application of their-know
ledge to business. Will be inter
viewed by Mr. J. A. Stifter at tl
Michigan Union on Saturday, Jun(
14th from 11 A. M. to 4 P. M. Lim
ited number will be accepted.

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CAR, TIRE and TUBE
REPAIRING

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ST UDENT S
Who will be leaving Ann Arbor, within the
next few days, will receive greater benefits if
they will arrange in advance with regard to
the removal of their baggage to the railway
stations. The orders will be filled in the se-
quence of their receipt. We will be pleased to
care for you.
Ann Arbor Taxi and
Transfer Co.

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"THE STORMNDAUGHTER"
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White Felt
Hats
Are Summer Vogue
Your summer wardrobe will
be quite complete and vogue
if you include a white felt
hat and it will serve as com-
plement for_ any number of
costumes; at home with sports
attire or filmy summer frock,
in poke shape or jaunty sport
style, with a ribbon band or
very simple trimming, it be-
comes quite intriguing.

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"I'll teach you who 1
master here," said tI
shliek.
An absorbing American drama actually photographed in th
great African desert, in the quaint oasis villages, in the Harems c
the Shieks, and the Palaces of the Caids. Thousands of Arab:
Camels and Horses in the picturization of Louise Gerard's nove
with Bert Lytell, Claire Windsor, Walter McGraill, Rosemar
Thelby, Montague Love, Paul Panzer.
-SPECIAL PRESENTATION-
EGYPTIAN PROLOGUE
With
RITA of DENNISHAWN

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523 E. Liberty at Maynard

1 block off State

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-NOW-
"DAUGHTFRS OF TODAY"
With
The Star of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"_-
PATSY RUTH MILLER

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THE ANNUAL SENIOR GIRLS' PLAY
AT
THE WHITNEY THEATRE
TONIGHT, June 13, 8:15 o'clock

Blu Aaize
Blossom Shop
INCORPORATED

Nickels Arcade

213 E. Liberty

TICKETS MAY BE SECURED
HALL, AND WILL BE

ALL DAY TODAY AT ALUMNI MEMORIAL
SOLD AT THE DOOR THIS EVENING

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