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Michigan Daily, 1925-06-26

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THESUMMERMICHIGANDAILY

Departmental News
'1lYSICAL EDUCATION thousand points for an emblem, the
g to the number of requests highest honor conferred by the asso-
work, a special class is Swed- ciation, and the privilege of buying
German gymnastics, marching a sweater for the letter. Women in-
apparatus work and . stunts terested in earning points may call
conducted from 2 to 3 o'clock Myra Finsterwald, '26, president of
tarting Monday. Women in- the W. A. A., telephone 21616.
I in this instruction should -
at once with Miss McCormick A dance fantasy, to be given at the
our gymnasium, end of the Summer session and riv
m rg n 'scalingin splendor the Freshman Page-
immer gymnasium classes for ant and Lantern Night spectacles, is

a key, to be awarded every year to
the student graduating from the School
of Business Administration with the
highest scholastic average. The award
is open to everyone, regardless of
fraternity connections, and will be
made for the first time in 1925-26.

n will begin Monday, in Barbour'
asium at the hours appointed.,
econd class in Natural Dancing
>e conducted from 3 to 4 o'clock
starting Monday, for the, bene-
those who could not get into
aorning section. All women in-
ed are requested to sign up with
McCormick in Barbour gymnas-
at once. At the end of the Sum-
session, the classes in natural
ng, clogging and folk dancing,
combine in producing a dance
sy.

one of the features on the Women'sJ
Athletic association's summer pro-
gram. While the fantasy is to be the,
special production of the summer
classes in natural dancing, clogging
and folk dancing, all women inter-
ested in working it out are invited to
confer with Miss McCormick in Bar-
bour gymnasium. This will be the
first dance fantasy ever attempted on
the Michigan campus.
HEALTH SERVICE
Present registration of summer stu-
dents for medical attention at the
University Health service is lower

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION J
The School of Education mixer, the
first social event of the season for
education students is to take place
from 9 to 11:30 o'clock this evening,
at the University High School gym-
nasium. There will be music, stuits,
and dances, both modern and old-
fashioned.
This informal party has been plan-
ned as a get-acquainted social for the
students and the faculty. All educa-
tion students are cordially invited to
be present.
MEDICAL COLLEGE
Dr. Wayne Rumsey of Newcastle;
Pa., has been appointed resident phys-
ician, assuming his duties July 1,
and succeeding Dr. John L. Garvey,
who becomes assistant professor of
neurology in' the Medical school.
Registration in the Medical school
is now 221, five having withdrawn.
DENTAL SCHOOL
During the Summer session the
dental library will be open from 10
to 11 o'clock on Mondays and Tues-
days.
The trustees of Dartmouth college
voted that, beginning with the class
of 1929, only the A.B. degree shall be
given to graduates.

White Honored By
.Brown University
The honorary degree of Doctor of
Science was conferred upon Prof. Al-
bert E. White, director of the de-
partment of engineering research and
professor in metallurgical engineer-
ing, June 17, by Brown university.
Professor White graduated from
Brown university in 1907 and studied
at Harvard also in 1908. He has
taught in the engineering school here
since 1911. During the war he serv-
ed in the United States army as cap-
tain and later as major.
taProfessor White is at Atlantic City
at present, attending a convention.
At the commencement meeting of
the trustees of Dartmouth college, it
was voted to raise the tuition at the
college to $400, an increase of $100
over the present rates.
Subscribe for the Summer Daily.
STAFF NOTICE
The Summer Michigan Daily
offers the members of its staff
both an enjoyable way of spend-
ing surplus time and practical
experience sin 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.

NAT NATOLI'S

ORCHESTRA' ENTERTAINERS

ONE OF THE BEST

This dance pavilion is one of the largest an finest in the State.

NEW CASINO PAVILION
Dancing Every Night
EXCEPT SUNDAY

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WALLED LAKE, MICHIGAN

Forty-five Minutes Drive from Ann Arbor.

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SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE OF
SUITS SATURDAY ONY
50 2-pant Suits specially priced
at

ans for a summer tennis tourna- than it has been for the past few
t, to be played off at the close years. The number of cases treated
he Summer session and open to total 125 of which 34 are women.
vomen on campus, are now being The health service staff is compos-
e by the Women's Athletic asso- ed of three physicians and three at-
on. All those interested in en- tendants. An X-rax specialist and
ig are urged to sign up as soon an ear, nose, and throat specialist
ossible on the list now posted on also visit the health service daily.
bulletin board in Barbour gym- Other specialists from the Medical
um. Honor points will be given school are available if necessary.
participation the same as in the Students are urged to take advantage
and: spring tournaments. . of this service which the University

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$29.75

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These are all from our
including suits that have been
one pair of pants all season.
we do not wish to carry over
in suits from size 33 to 44.
out soon, so come early.

regular high class suit .stock,
selling as high as $55 with
These are broken lots that
to fall. There are all colors
At $29.75 they will be sold

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W. A. A. honor points will be given
r the following summer work: horse-
ack riding, tennis tournament, dance
ntasy, swimming tests and organiz-
I hikes. One hundred points are
quired for active membership in th
sociation; three hundred points for
letter; six hundred points for the
'ivilege of buying a pin; and one
Classifieds
FOR RENT
QOL, CLEAN suite and double or
single room in a quiet neighbor-
hood. 204 N. Ingalls. Phone 21297.
1 E. HURON St.-Furnished light-
housekeeping rooms. Dial 7345.
Mrs. Eva T. Swezey.
)9 THOMPSON ST.- Single rooms
for women. Dial 5259. Ralph T.
Swezey.
[5 No. THAYER St. - Furnished
apartment. Dial 7013. Ralph T.
Swezey.
T 311 THOMPSONTwo blocks from
campus. Rooms, clean and cool.
Hot water all the time.
OR RENT-2 single rooms between
William and Jefferson Sts. Five
minutes walk from campus. Dial
3202.
OR RENT-Rooms: single, double
and suites. Also garage. Dial
8544. 422 E. Washington.
WO ROOMS in private home. Call
6692.
FOR SALE
OR SALE-Old Town Canoe. Stor-
age paid for the year. Excellent
condition. William Dober, Y. W. C.
A. Phone 22115.
ORD Roadster $25.00. Call 4518. Ask
for L. M. Smalley.
WANTED
VANTED-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. Heitsch,
Pontiac, Michigan.
1ANTED-2 students for restaurant
work. Waldorf Restaurant, 209 E.
Liberty.
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provides for their welfare.,
ENGINEERING COLLEGE
Summer session assembly for stu-
dents in the engineering college will
be held at 11 o'clock today, in room
Z48, in the Engineering- building.
Prof. Herbert C. Sadler, head of thel
department of naval architecture and
marine engineering- will speak.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
SChOOL
Delta Sigma Pi, professional busi-
ness fraternity, announces the offer of

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TOO DIFFICULT
NONE TOO
ARTISTIC

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type Zbop
Over Moe's Spoi't Shop
Dial 5182

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213 East Liberty
Patronize These Advertisers

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COOL, DELIGHTFUL LUNCHES

SANDWICHES

SALADS
SUNDAES

ICE CREAM SODAS

IN THE ARCADE

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BALLOON

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ining papers valuable to owner
ly. 2107 Washtenaw. Phone 8117.
L. sorority pin. Name on back.
one University 148-M.
P-Chi Omega Pin Wednesday on
17ia or the campus. Call Helen
"oadhead, 3718.
MEALS -
HAVE a few vacancies in our
ping room. Best cook on the
inpus. 816 Tappan. Call 3018. -

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