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Vews From Other Colleges

, Tex.-Meals at the Univer-
exas cafeteria average in cost
ateen to seventeen dollars a
.uring the summer session,
te prices of the meals of the
iree students employed in
teria as representative ac-
:o Mrs. C. A. Tiroff, director.
rage price of the separate:
as been computed "'to be
or ninete'en cents for break-
nty-six cents for lunch, and
ur cents for dinner. The,
ost of meals varies from $3
** *
n,. Wis.-A Spanish house,
I by, students interested in
and studying Spanish at the
y of Wisconsin, will be op-
t fall under the direction of
Ortega, of the Spanish de-
* ***
1, Wis.-Assurance that con-
tof the Memorial Union
at the University of Wiscon-
begin by November first is
I in a recent letter from Ar-
body, state architect, to Joh n
secretary of the executive
,e. -
abody recommends that work
i simultaneously on the sec-
of the building if sufficient
e available before the time
sing the first unit. The cen-
will cost $525,0001. Pledges
otal nearly a million dollars.
, ,Il.-Three members of the,
1925 and four other gradu-
the University successfully
heir examinations as certi-
>wship Given
Truck Company
w fellowship in Highway
t has been established at
rersity of Micigan by the
ucks, Inc., of New York'City.
to be devoted to investigi-f
iring 1925-1926 'under the
. of the Division of Highway
ing and Highway Transport
university and is to cover an
. subject relative to highway

fled public accountants, D. A. Gross-
man, examiner, announced yesterday.
Austin, Tex.-Clyde Littlefield, var-
sity track coach and freshman foot-
ball and basketball coach, will head a
football camp, which will be held in
the lower Rio Grande valley from
August 10 to August 28, accoirding to
recent announcement made by W. M,
Hughes of Mercedes, chairman of the
directors of the proposed camp. Mr.
Littlefield will leave August 5 for the
valley where he will assist in pre-
Jiminary work of organization.
Again -He'll Try
To Fly To Pole
t~ ~~- ,

ROOM With Private family near Med-
ical Building. Call Schaffer-8317
between 6 and 8.
MAN-Middle-aged, active, for light
pleasan toutside work. Permanent
position in Ann Arbor. Emmons
Co., Newark, New York.

clothes. Dial 4310 or call at 115 W.
Washington. H. Benjamin.
WANTED-One or two rooms for in-
structor with private family near,
campus. Reply Bov 115 at Daily.
TWO Passengers for trip to Upper
Peninsula at close of Summer
School. Box 157, The Daily.
FOR SAb--1920 Ford Roadster at
$65.. Call between 5 and 7 o'clock
at 300 E. Washington.

I PAY BEST prices for men's used


Box 230. Fine for Sorority.
FOR SALE-1923 Ford" touring. Self
starter, battery, demountable rims,
good tires, and motor in first class
shape. Just overhauled. Must sac-
rifice for quick sale. Call 4917 or
answer at Box 110, Daily office.
FOR RENT-3 room apartment, 1-2
block from campus with private
bath, new . and complete, with or
without garage. Phone 4024 be-
tween. 6 and 8 P. M.

LOST-Gold Sphinx
please call 4917, or
at Daily office.
LOST-Beta Psi Frater:
ward. Call 1187.
LOCK MITH-All kinds
door keys. Keeler, 12
Phone' 7325.

floor suitable
Also singles

WANTED-Four passengers
Chicago Aug. 14 or 15. $5
ster, Dial 4718.

wanted to
Call Web-



Many a man could point to a bottle of
our pure healthful milk and say tthe
same thing. A bottle of milk at ten.
in the morning and at three in the
afternoon, wards off that "tired" feel-,
ing. We deliver good, pure milk in
Thatcher Superior Quality MilkBot-
tles. You are always sure our milk is
absolutely clean and pure and that you
get what you pay for. Phone us to-day.

Visit Detroit This Sumni
and Enjoy a Real Vacation
Put-In-Bay in Lake Erie
The most picturesque and delightful Summer pleasure Island
Detroit. Every sport that pleases: Bathing, dancing, sailing; ex
the mysterious caves; see Perry's battle monument, picnic g
athletic fields. Numerous fine hotels and cottages cater to Su
visitors and at reasonable prices. Stay a day or a'week and
yourself, forget your troubles and renew your health.
This beautiful island playground is reached only by the palatial and spe
exCuion steamer PUT-IN-BAY. One great deck devoted to dancing and:
restful cabins and breeze-swept open decks.
Steamer PUT-IN-BAY gives excursions daily from Detroit to Put-In-Bay
at 9 a. m. from the wharf at the foot of First Street. Four hours crowdei
pleasure at the island, and arrive back in Detroit at 8 p. m. Fare for the
trip 80 cents week days; Sundays and Holidays, $1.25.
Cedar Point and Sandusky, Ohio
Afte leaving Put-In-Bay Island the steamer sails on through the narrovi
nels among the delightful Lake Erie Islands to Sandusky and Cedar Point
Cedar Point. just across the baty from Sandusky, is known as the Atlantic
the West. With its huge hotels, electric park. magnificent bathing bea(
board walk it is easily the Queen of the Great Lakes Summer resorts.
On Fridays, after July 4, steamer Put-In-Bay gives a special excursion t
Point. allowing four hours at the wonderful resort, and reaching Det
10:30 P. im.
tDancing Moonlights Write for Map Fbidei
Leaves Detroit 8:45 p. m.
Fare, Wed., Thurs. 60c. Sat.- Ashley & Dusi
Sun. and Holidays, 75c. Steamet1r Line
Q ~Foot of First Stre
s ' Detrolt,I

West Side Dairy
712 Brooks Street Phone 9715

Lincoln Ellswofth, financial backer
and member of Admunsen's recent un-
successful aerial Arctic expedition; is
preparing for another attempt to
reach the pole, this time in a dirigible.
This photo was ,taken in New York,
where he is resting from his thrjlling


A Bottle of Milk Is A Bottle of Health



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Summer Michigan+ Daily
ispend publication for the
der of the summer with'
me of - Sunday, August 9.
is having news items,
ads, or advertising copy
blication in this paper are
ted to see that it reaches,
ally offices before Satur-




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Wedneeday -Thursday - Friday -,Saturday Eye.
Sunday Afternoon and Eve.



An unquaified g arantee
back of every

Classified Ads
in the Summer Daily
bring resilts.
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
ada to the , Press building on
Maynard street across from
the "Maj."




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