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June 29, 1932 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAIN DA LY PAGE THREE

Women's Sport'
Classes Enroll
More Than40
Distinguished Teachers
Supervise Program of
Intensive Training
More than 40 women have en-
rolled in the summer sport sessions
being conducted by the department
of physical education for women, it
was announced yesterday by Dr.
Margaret Bell, director. The enroll-
ment includes women from many
parts of the United States, Dr. Bell
said, and from Canada.
The one-week sessions are being
offered by the department. Inten-
sive training in swimming, hockey,
tennis and golf are given. Nita
Sheffield, well-known swimming au-
thority and a member of the faculty
of Columbia university, is directing
the aquatic work. Mrs. Stewart
Hanley, three times Michigan wom-
en's champion, is in charge of thej
golf sessions and is beingassistedpby
Ray Courtwright, University pro.
The tennis courses are under the
direction of Elizabeth Beall of Cali-
fornia university, while the hockey
work is being supervised by Hilda
Burr, noted English coach.

Offer Class in School
Library Management
In accordance with the increasing
importance of school libraries in
present-day educational programs,
the University of Michigan is offer-
ing this summer, for the first time,
a course in the general management
of such libraries.
This course is primarily for teach-
ers who are in some way connected
with their school libraries, and not
for full-time librarians. The course
consists of a general study of the
organization and administration of
the library. It is designed to be of
value to teachers who do part-time
work in the library.

SWIM at
Newport Beach
Portage Lake
' Clearance

a ttia
y Beauty Sho0,per
Our Beautiful
O EDMUND PERMANENT WAVES
given by an experienced operator for only
$5.00 F
William F. Stoebler, with years of experience, will give
you the most becoming personality haircut.
See for Yourself Phone 8878

Sale

Save 1/3 to 1/2

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This sale covers nearly
all items in the store. The
principal exceptions are
new typewriters and some
makes of fountain pens.
The object is to reduce

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our large stock.
FOUNTAIN

PENS-

The largest stock in the
city, priced $1.00 up.
TYPEWRITERS - All

ndack Returns
From Lecture Tour

Prof. 0. S. Duffendack of the
physics department returned early
this week from Ames, Ia., where he
delivered three lectures at Iowa
State college.rThese lectures in-
augurated a series to be devoted to
various subjects in modern physics,
which will be delivered by visiting
speakers.

Summer Term .. .
Enroll Today!
Typewriting, Stenotypy,
Shorthand, Accounting
HAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEGE
State and William Streets
Phone 7831

makes - Rebuilt

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A Two-Day Sale Wednesday
300 PAIRS REGULAR g2

slightly used machines.
CORRESPONDENCE
STATIONERY
LOOSE LEAF NOTE-
BOOKS AND PAPER
LEATHER ITEMS -
Purses, Writing Sets,
Diaries, etc.
GREETING CARDS
and all NOVELTY
ITEMS.
0. D. Morrill
314 South State Street
The Typewriter and Stationery
Store.

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Vacation

Jac ,obson's
612 E. Liberty Street

Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday

~1044im Moo

LOWEST PRICI

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Dress Specials in Four Groups

Four groups of dresses, i n-
cluding new summer sports
.white and pastels... light
and dark sheers, prints, plain

colors . .

long and short

Used and New

Values to $19.75, 25.00
Now
$6.95 and $7.95

and AllISupples
Fiction, Non-Fiction and Hundreds of Reference Books
Drastically Reduced
Special Reductions on Typewriters and Fountain Pens
Your Patronage Will Be Apprediated

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WOOL SUITS
Two-piece, navy, black, red, tan and
brown, diagonals, light weight wools.
6 $19.75 values----------.now $7.95
6 $29.75 values.. ......... now $9.95
3 $49.75 values ......... now $12.95

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Sleeveless Flannels in white and
pastels . . . for sports . . . tennis
and golf .. ...........

12 pink, green, light
blue, unlined wool
Coats...
$12.75 values.. $2.98

Black Silk Coats

$12.75 values . . $9.95 j1values, now...... . . .

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