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June 15, 1930 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1930-06-15

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DAY, JULY 15, 1930

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

)AY, JULY 15, 1930 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

HOBB-S ANNOUNCES
NIAGARAITINERARY
Prof. William H. Hobbs of the
geology department yesterday an-
nounced the itinerary of the Niag-
ara Falls Excursion which will be
held July 18-2 1.
On July 18, the students taking
the trip will meet at the east door
of the Natural Science building at
3:00 o'clock. They will take spec-
ial busses to Detroit and from
there will leave for Buffalo by
steamer.
On July 19, the party will go by
rail from Buffalo to Niagara Falls,
where they will inspect a model of
the gorge in the forenoon. In the
afternoon they will visit the Whirl-
pool, the Whirlpool rapids, Niag-
ara glen, B r o c k's monument,
Queenston, and Lewiston by way of
the Gorge route car. In the even-
ing they will see the falls lighted
by electricity.

CL A S S I DF IE
ADVERTISING
WANTED
CORONA and all other portable
typewriters at student rates.
Phone C. T. Smith, 7309, eve-
nings after seven. 13, 14, 15, 16
WANTED-Stuaent laundry work.
Work carefully done. 7027.
11, 12, 13
HELP WANTED - FEMALE-
Teachers (175)-for High School
and Grades wanted at once.
CONTINTENTAL TE A C H E R S'
AGENCY, 316 Brooks Arcade
Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah. 2-27
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Rooms including com-
pletely furnished apartment for
girls or young couple. Also ga-
rage. Between State and Division.
Dial 8544 or 9714. 13, 14, 15
LOST
LOST-Union Saturday afternoon
pair bifocle glasses, brown case.
Finder please leave at Union
desk. Reward. 13, 14
PERSON who picked up Houstons
Treatrise on light Wednesday
night at Calkins-Fletcher please
return to 2031 E. Engineering
building. 13
AMBER PIN-Lily of valley design,
vicinty of Wilmot and Boulevard.
Valued as keepsake. Reward.
Call Summer Daily. 11, 12, 13, 15
LOST-White gold bar pin set with
white stones and saphire. Keep-
sake. Reward. 1325 Minerva.
Telephone 22349. 11, 12, 13
LOST-A diamond ring with three
stones, on or near campus. Lib-
eral reward to finder. Call 8936.
11, 12, 13

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BEAUTY
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or
Shampoo and Marcel
$1.00
Beautiful Marcel Effect
Permanent Waves with
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$5, $6 and $7.50
Open Every Evening
Phone 22813
Corner State and Liberty

II

Charming Dress Specials
3*.
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A Sale. you MUST attend . f you're looking for the fashion
and value sensations of the entire season. Dresses . . . representing
the silhouettes, the fabrics, and the details that are scoring highest
among smart women. If you're interested in the best . . . at a
price . . . you'll want to share in this event. Early shopping
is urged for best selection. In two price groups.

You will be agreeably surprised when
you see these charming hats at this
low price! Everyhcolor! Cleverastyles!
Many have brims, others are brimless or
on the bonnet order. Come and make
an early selection of these exceptional
bargains! Values to $6.50.
Bargain Day only $1.49
-Annex Store
An event of importance. Because these
hats naturally mean thebest in quality,
the newest in style details, the most be-
coming in colors . . . the latest of
fashion! A large assortment of shapes
that are exceedingly becoming to the
Matron or Miss. Hats hard to equal in
cleverness and distinction! Values to
$10.50.
Bargain! Day only $3.54
-Second Floor
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Unofficial Ambassador
from America to all
nations, especially
that realm which offers
us entertainment.
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inshis fine Fox Ao ione, wiften
by Owen Davis Sr., from the
George M. Cohan international hit
"SO THIS IS
Irene Rch
Frank Albertson
i+amrse" O'Suitivae SOWNG
Movr.a O$ut~~onTODAY
Lumsden Hare ONLY
Dftected by
John Blystone
IC 4A

Formerly $9.95
$7.95
Dainty Floral Chiffons
Printed Crepes
Plain Chiffons
Plain Crepes
Sport Silks

Formerly to $39.75
$11.11
Light Summer Colors
Darker Shades
Sport Dresses with Jackets
Debonair Capes . . .
Jolly Cap Sleeves
-Second Floor

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