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Rumor Sale Of Carnegie. Castle

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Cork, June 24.- The Lord's
vas recited in half a dozen
when nearly 100 masons,
ers and laborers in work-
joined with contractors and
a prayer service at the Cath-
St. John the Divine, before
e first stone for interior walls'
ave recently.,
rvice was requested by the
nselves, according to Bishop
T. Manning, who in full epis-
>es, conducted it in the open
he nave foundation near the
ill.
aall bareheaded congregation
1 sons of various faiths as
'aces. When the Bishop ask-,
before returning to their re-j
jobs to repeat the famous
if the Saviour in unison it
ertain to what extent they

Port Sudan, Egypt, June 24.-A tele-'
gram from Jeddah, the Red Sea port
for Mecca, the Mohammedan Holy
City, says the Wahibi tribesmen who
have been besieging Jeddah, evacuat-
ed their position Saturday.

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Summer School Supplies
ntain Pens Loose Leaf Note Books

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Drawing Instruments

Stationery

STAFF NQTICE

The Summer Michigan Daily
offers the members of its staff
both an enjoyable way of spend-
ing surplus time and practical
experience in journalism. A few
more men and women are need-
ed for both the editorial and
business staffs. All persons who
are interested are requested to
call at The Daily offices, Press
building, Maynard street, any
afternoon this week.
Read the Want Ads

Freeman's Dining Room
Established 1904 - - Remodeled 1922
--Two Hundred Chairs-
$7.00 per week $1.15 per day (8 Meals)
$5.75 " " $ .95 " " (2 Meals)
PROMPT SERVICE I EXCELLENT F
Dinners 60 cents-Lunches 40 cents
Sunday Dinners 75 cents
809 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
One Block North from Hill Auditorium
The Blue Lanter
Island Lake
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It is reported from London that Mrs. Andrew Carnegie, widow of the'
late steelmaster, will sell Skibo Cas tle, the famous Carnegie home in
Scotland, to an unnamed American millionaire. The Castle and Mrs. Car-
negie are sfiown.

ADVERT!SING

WANTED-Tb RENT
DOMS in private home.

Call

DESIRABLE apartment forj
r four. Cheap rate. Inquirel
ary, near Cor. State and Pck-
OLEAN suite and double or
room in a quiet neighbor-
204 N. Ingalls. Phone 21297.
HURON St.-Furnished light-
.eeping rooms. Dial 7345.
Eva T. Swezey.
OMPSON ST.- Single roomsj
omen. Dial 5259. Ralph T.
y.
THAYER St. - Furnished
:ent. Dial 7013. Ralph T.
y-
THOMPSONTwo blocks from
ts. Rooms, clean and cool.
ater all the time.
FOR SALE

WANTED
POSITION in physicians office. Hours
9-12, 2-5. Stenography and type-
writing desirable but not necessary.
In writing give telephone number.
Box 1, care Mich. Daily.
WANTED-Young man as real estate
sales manager on commission bas-
is. Must have had some sales ex-
perience. Also salesmen for sub-
division work during the summer.
References required. For particu-
lars inquire Robert D. Heltsch,
Pontiac, Michigan.
LOST
PHI GAMMA DELTA fraternity pin.
Name on back, F. Mueller. Finder
please dial 6225 and ask for Tom
Sunderland, 1510 Cambridge Road.
Thanks.
LOST-' Wellesley Class pin, squarel
with pearl border, numerals 1927 on
blue background, initials A. C. H.
Return to 1515 Cambridge Road.
Phone 21586.
LOST-Brown leather bill fold con-
taining papers valuable to owner
only. 2107 Washtenaw. Phone 8117.

CH GS IN INSTRUCTORS
MADE BY UNIVERSITY
Acc6rding to a recent announce-
ment issued by the University, several
changes in instructors for the Sum-!
mer session have been made. Sev-1
eral membershofathe facultydhave re-
ceived last-minute relief from duty
in order to do special work. Among
those taking a temporary vacation
from the Rhetoric department are:
Prof. Herbert S. Mallory, who is writ-
ing a textbook, and Prof. Frederick
W. Peterson, who is making a spe-
cial study of Scandinavian languages.
Available Rooms
Listed By Union
A list of rooms which are available
for summer school students has been
compiled by the Union and is avail-
able at the main desk for students
who are looking foraccommodations
for the summer term.
All men who have registered in the
University may register at the Union
for their membership card. Cards
may be received at the main desk.

Ai ! REN'T VWE ALL" AT
BONSTELLE PLAYHOUSE,
"Aren't We All" is the title of the
Fredick Lonsdale 'comedy which is1
now current at the Bonstelle Play-
house -in Detroit. Mr. Lonsdale has
given a bright bit of writing to the
stage in this farce which is written
in sparkling and clever style.
The title is particularly pertinent
to the play, even though at first
glance it might seem meaningless.
The Vicar remonstrates with Lord
Grenham for calling him a fool and
the latter counters with, "but aren't
we. all, old friend?"

A One Night Engagement of
Detroit's Favorite

ORANGE BLOSSOM ORCHESTRI

Don't Miss Friday, June 26

BALLOON DANCE

Novelties and Favors

It's safer nowadays for an
explorer to go out with his
party.

Arctic
relief

Regular Dancing-Sunday Matinee and Every Night
Excepting Monday and Tuesday

WOMEN'S NOTICE

,E--Old Town Canoe.

Stor-)

aid for the year. ExcellentI
on. William Dober, Y. W. C.
hone 22115.
MEALS
YE a few vacancies in our
room. Best cook. on1the
s. 816 Tappan. Call 3018.

Any . communications asking
for 'the location of women stu- 1
dents, if they cannot be answer-
ed at the house where they are
asked, should be referred im-
mediately to the office of the
dean of women.
MARGARET BUFFINGTON,
Assistant to the Dean of Women.

For Miss Summer Girl! The Con
and Useful Knicker Costume!

Read the Want Ads Read the Want Ads

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Stylish indeed are the English
looking tweeds and extremely
practical for rough and ready
out of door wear. For long
hikes, informal picnics and golf
they are correct and serviceable
because they do not show dust
or wrinkle and because they are
so essentially out of doors look-
ing-.
$2.95-$3.95

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DANCING

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onday

Private
Parties
Served

At the New Lake House Pavilion

Corduroy is usually the choice
for campers! Can't you imagine
how convenient they would be
to slip on before breakfast and
then ready for the early mprn-
ing canter over the country or
the canoe expedition, etc? What
a life, and what comfort knick-
ers give the out of door woman!

WHITMORE LAKE

THE HAUNTED TAVERN
417 East Huron St.
For Reservations Phone 7781

Every Wednesday, Friday, Saturlay
A large, cool pavilion
with real music and a wonderful floor.

$4.95

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Good Used Cars

Delicious Light Lunches

at All Hours

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Have you a ear for this

She'll Look Athletic and Cool in Th
Linen Knicker Suits with Sleeveless Jackets
Stoutly made and beautifully finished are these sma
looking suits. Perhaps that is the reason women find the
becoming, for they do give a long, graceful line to the figu
and the linen is such a soft, fine quality that the costum
is a real item in a lady's wardrobe and one that will
dashing and always appropriate for sport.
$5.95
The Necessary Blouse to Correspond!
The ensemble idea is with us to stay and appears everywhe
but it makes for a harmony of dress the tasteful woman h
always demanded, so now that we are thinking of sportin
apparel we must mention the appropriate blouse for such
costume. Both in white and tan this model is stunning wi
its neatly finished collar and cuffs and"" that sufficient
tailored air!
$2.95
Light Linen Knickers, Too!
Light, cool linen knickers are so popular, and every girl ca
always use another pair, so we have quite an array of the
in a variety of sizes and in grey as well as white. A
believe that such garments should be wonderfully well ma
and because we are so particular about it we are rath
proud of our assortment.
$3.50 and $3.95
MACK'S SECOND FLOOR

Salads

- Sandwiches

Summer?

If not, we

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Ice Cream

have a complete stock
of dependable Goo d
Used Cars at all prices

Hot or Cold Drinks

The Arbor Fountain

313 S. STATE

R. DAY BIRD
Corner Washington and Division

.,d 60

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