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July 31, 1925 - Image 3

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~LUMAE AKED TO GILL
AT LEGEFUND OFFICE,
Alumnae of the University studying
in Summer school and alumnae who
may be visiting in Ann Arbor are in-
vited to call from 2 until 4 o'clock
Monday and Tuesday at the office of
the Women's League Building Fundl
National campaign headquarters in'
room A, Alumni Memorial hall, where
they may discuss the Women's build-I
ing with Miss Mary B Jenkins, execu-
tive secretary, or get information'
about the fund.
Michigan women from all over the
country are represented in Ann Arbor'
this summer, and this is an oppor-
tunity for the League office to hear
about the communities and the work

being done for Michigan, as well as a
chance for the League to offer its
services to alumnae.
If it is not convenient to call at
the stated hours, Miss Jenkins will be
glad to make other appointments.
Will Entertain
At Dance Tonighti
Betsy Barbour house and Helen "
Newberry residence will entertain at
an informal dance tonight at Betsy
Barbour house. The, Detroit Yacht
club orchestra will furnish the music.
More than 65 couples are expected.
Refreshments will be served.
Dance at Union Friday Night.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

u&, ltTo Write
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Conklin Engineers called this I"the
Students' Special" because it was "built
to meet the severe stresses of school
and college use."
Which is a scientific way of saying
that here's a pen that will walk right
into the jaws of calligrathy for the
most aggressive logomachist in the
class room.
For men and women, fitted with "the
clip that can't slip" or the gold ring for
ribbon. Try one at your favorite store.

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BOSTON
CHICAGO

SAN FRANCISCO
LONDON
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THE CONKLIN PEN MFG. CO.
TOLEDO, OHIO
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USED CAR$
is now complete and ready for your inspection.
It is easy for you to purchase one of our good
used cars, for we sell both for cash and on a
credit basis. If you- contemplate buylhg a car it
will pay you to consult us before making a
decision in this matter.

Student's Special1

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est Anrican ' ag,
g in Washington,
pounds.

$7 by 70 1-4 feet, now b4Dgs In
surrounded by the banners of the

tho post-
48 states.

IBILE FATALITIES
u SLIGHT INCREASE
of automobile fatalities in
been received from 77 cit-
000 population or more, ac-
an announcement made by
tment of Commerce at
n, D. C. Thirty-six of these!
w more automobile fatali-
hari in the previous four-
owing seven cities show no
for the last four weeks:
, Norfolk, Oakland, Okla-
y Spokane, Springfield,
d Tacoma. New Bedford,
two deaths, still holds the
1925.
cities with an aggregate
of 27 million, there were
nobile fatalities reported in
Jan. 1 to July 3, 1925, aq
with 2,438 such fatalities
ar period in 1923. Of these
is, 418, or 17 per cent, were
n the four-week period end-,
18, 1925.
5 cities for which compar-
possible for the earlyf
f 1923 and 1925, 33 show
mobile fatalities reported in
1 Jan. 1 to July 18, 1925,
ired in the first seven

period New York had 7 automobile
fatalities. Chicago 45, Philadelphia
33, Detroit 25, and Los Angeles 14.
Classifieds
WANTED
WANTED-Law student wants single
or double suite {near the campus for
coming year. Private family pre-
ferable. Addrsess, Box 108, Daily.
I PAY BEST prices for men's used
clothes. Dial' 4310 or call at 115 W.
Washington. H. Benjamin.
STTDENT help to work noons and
evenings for board at Arcade Cafe-
teria.
WANTED-Use of a piano and prac-
tice room for two weeks. Location
southeast of campus preferred. CGlj
22187.
.FOR RENT
AT 311 Thompson St., for school
year, two pleasant, reasonable
suites and singles in warm quiet
house. Steam heat . hot water all
the time.
Read the Want Ads

R. DAY BIRD

Corner Washington

and Divisiot

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NEW CASINO PAVILION

Dancing Every Night
~IN C~IWPT S'UIJAY

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NAT N ATOLI'S

Towerng Masses"

The Garment Center Buildings
New York City
WALTER M. MASON, Architect
Drawn by Hugh Ferriss

ORCHESTRA ENTERTAiNERS

ONE OF THE BEST

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HERE the new architecture expresses itself in great vig-
orous masses which climb upward into the sky with a
pyramidal profile-gigantic,irregular, arresting. An earlier,
conventional building on the near corner is overshadowed,
engulfed in towering masses of the newer building which
are prophetic of an architecture of the future which is
vividly stimulating to the imagination.
Certainly modern invention-modern engineering ,skill
and organization, will prove more than equal to the de-
mands of the architecture of the future.

This dance pavilion is one of tl largest an finest in the State,
WA4 -ED LAKE, MICUIGAN

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is year New York leads
ies in the ndumber of snch
ving had 501, as compar-
in Chicago, 149 in Philg-
in Detroit, and 122 in
For the last four-week

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WE NEED TE{ACHERS"
Free Registration Many Vacanoies
WESTMORE TEACRERS' AGENCY
706 Old National ankR Bldg., Spokane, Wash.

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Dance at Union Friday Night.

EL1EVATOR CO
Offices in all Principal Cities of the World

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"What a whale of a difference
just a few cents ake!"

'o ''txry

Classified L~d
in the Summer Daily'
bring results.
So if you want to buy or sell
anything-if you have lost or
found anything-if you want
to get work, or have someone
work for you, run a classified
ad. Call 21214, or bring your
ad to the Press building on
Maynard street across from
the "Maj."

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-all the difference
between just an. ordinary cigarette
and-FATIMA, the most skillful
blend in cigarette history.

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