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THE SUMMEA MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1930

OPEN TOSUET
Registration for Membership
Continues 'Through Week
in Union Lobby.
BILLIARD ROOM CLOSED

SCHOOL PRODIGY

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Registration for Summer Session
membership i the Union will con-
tinue today and the remainder of
the week at the main desk in the
Union lobby. In order to obtain -
a membership card, each man stu-4
dent in the University must pre- k
sent his treasurer's receipt at the Jt3
time of application. Frances Meyers, ten years, old, of
All facilities of the Union, with Long Pine, Neb. who will enter
the exception of the billiard room, high school this fall.
will be open for the convenience of ____ ____
summer students. The swimmingWO E TO NJ Y
pool, use of which may be made i"VI N O
by the deposit of the membership VARIED PROG AM
card and the payment of a 10 cent
fee, will be open from 1 o'clock un- Many varied and interesting
til7 oclok dily Horsduring features characterize the summer
tich 7 h oco edaiy.Horms ofterm recreational program, which
whichontheeotherthdepartientsEof
t;he Union will be open are: Tap caonsoeprent.he pianEiu-
room, where cafeteria service maycaindprm t.Telnig
be obtained for all meals, 7 0'- and supervision of this program
clock to 2:30 o'clock and 5 o'clock is in charge of Miss Mary Shell, a
to 7:3 oclok;mai diin romnew member of the Physical Edu-
7ockto 7:3 o'clocminin ngh mromcation department, who comes
7g ookto 193o'clockinde6mon- from Columbia university.
ing nont7:30 o'clock, adetndli6run- A class in social dancing will be
1 o'clock until 10 o'clock~ daily; and hl rm7t lc nMn
barber shop from 8 o'clock until day and Wednesday evenings of
6 o'clock. each week at Barbour gymnasium.
________________The fee will be $1.50 for six lessons.
LANE HALL OPEN Registration for these classes may
be made before Wednesday eve-,
Lane Hall, headquarters of the nling by application to Barbour
Student Christian association, will gymnasium or at seven oclock to-
be open during the summer to all morrow at the first meeting of the
.sa1i nq izi2nVzr TI11C to. Moira cP of , In' ,

'FRESH AIR CAMP
TO SEEK FUNDS:
Again the University of Michigan
Fresh Air Camp will make its ap-
peal to the student body when ten-
tative plans are completed for the:
summer tag day which will prob-
ably be held on campus Wednes-
day, July 18. Summer students will!
be asked to contribute to the fund
which supports a fresh air camp
for underprivileged children from!
Detroit and vicinity.
Nearly 450 boys enjoy the recre-
ational privileges provided for
them for 12 day periods through-
out the eight weeks of operation.
At the end of each period 108 boys
take their places.
Theodore Hornberger, of the
rhetoric department, is director of
the camp this summer and is as-
sisted by a staff of University stu-
dents and graduates..
Students of the winter session'
this year oversubscribed their quo-
ta so that the camp is subscribed
to within $1200 of the full quota
and it is expected that-the summer!
tag day will complete this deficien-
cy.
The Fresh Air Camp is main-!
tained through contributions of
various individuals and through~
student support. It is one of' the
activities of the Student Christian !
association.
Visitors are allowed in the camp
from ten to five on Thursdays and,
Sundays and the camp will be glad
to entertain any students who de-
sire to inspect the. site. SwimmingI
prvileges will be granted the visi- !
tors.!

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Many Items at Clearance Prices

TYPEWRITERS
ALL MAKES
One of the largest and best stocks in the State

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RENTALS

Terms if desired. Educational price to teachers

Large Typewriters
$25.00 up
L. C. Smith
Underwood
Royal
Remington
Woodstock, etc.
Gnres
c4nen cawn~f

We buy, rent,

sell, exchange, clean,

repair all makes at considerate prices.
Our Service Department is considered
one of the best in the country.

Portable
Typewriters
$20.00 up
Corona
Royal
Underwood
Remington
Barr

Typewriter Papers and
Supplies IE

CORRESPONDENCE, STATIONERY
Plain, Michigan and Fraternity die embossed: papers, cards, etc., of leading
manufacturers in many shapes, styles, sizes, priced 35c up.
FOUNTAIN PENS and PENCILS
A large and choice assortment of nationally advertised makes at greatly
reduced prices. Priced $1.00 up.
GREETING CARDS
Our stock is individually sampled and kept in a clean and sanitary condi-
tion. Largest stock in Ann Arbor.
TYPEWRITING and MIMEOGRAPHING
All work done in our shop by experienced operators at moderate rates.

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its facilities. The reading room
and lobby are to be open on Mon-
day, Wednesday, Friday, and Sat-
urday from 8 o'clock in the morni-
ing to 6 in the evening. On Tues-
day Thursday, and Sunday theI
rooms will be available from 8 o'-
clock in the morning to 10 in the
evening,

Tle program provides for recre-
ational swimming at the pool in
the Michigan Union building from
7:30 to 8:30 on Tuesday and Thurs-
day evenings of each week. Miss
Bedewig of the Physical Education
department will supervise t h e
swimming and give any instruction
desired.

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314 South State Street
The Typewriter and Stationery Store
Phone 6615

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ALL THIS WEEK

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We clean in oil restoring solvent so essential to
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ALL WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
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