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of registering all eligible citizens of
the City of Ann Arbor. .
Phi Delta Kappa will hold its reg-
ular noon luncheod Tuesday, July
19 at 12:00 at the Union. Dr. Dwight
B. Waldo, president of Western State
Teachers college will be the speaker.
M. L. Robertson, Pres.
Teacher Certificate: All candidates
for the Teachers Certificate in Au-
gust (except graduate students who
may be taking a degree at that time)
are required to pass a Comprehen-
sive Professional Examination in
Education. This examination will be
held on Saturday morning, August
13th, from 9 to 12 o'clock in the
Auditorium of the University High
School. It will cover the History or
Philosophy of Education, Education-
al Psycholpgy, Principles of Teach-
ing, andu(for those enrolled in the
special curricula) certain aspects of
the particular work involved in spe-
cial methods.
All students planning to take this
examination on August 13th should
leave word with the Recorder of the
School of Education, Room 1437 U.
E. S., at once.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary
School Of Education: Permission
to drop courses without "E" grades
will not be given after July 23. No
course is considered officially drop-
ped unless it has been reported in
,the Recorder's Office, Room 1431, U.
Elementary School.
Elizabeth B: Clark, Recorder
T h e, Department of Romance
Languages' informal Reception for
its Graduate students will be held
tonight at 8:30, in the Grand Ra-
pids Room of the Michigan League.
Graduate Students in all depart-
ments of the University are invited
as guests of the Women's League to
attend the exhibition of sculpture by
Professor Avard T. Fairbanks and
the tea dance on Wednesday, July
20, from 4:00 to 5:30 in the con-
course of the Michigan League. Dean
and Mrs. G. Carl Huber and the

members of the executive board will
be hosts and hostesses of the af-
Poetry Society: An informal meet-
ing df the Poetry Society will be
held tonight in Room 3227 Angell
Hall, at 7:30 p. in. All interested in
the writing of poetry are cordially
invited to attend.
Phi Delta Kappa: There will be a
business meeting of Omega Chapter
of Phi Delta Kappa Wednesday eve-
ning from 7:15 to 8:30 at the Michi-
gan Union. All members are re-
quested to be present.
Martin L. Robertson,
Health Service Eye Examinations:
Those wishing test for glasses at the
Health Service should have it done
within the next three weeks..
Warren E. Forsythe
Religioul Education Conference:
At r4 p. m. at Wesley Hall Dr. Blake-
man will lead the discussion on " The
Christian View of Personality." An
exhibit of books and materials on
Religious Education.
The Russian Student Club of the
University wishes to inform all in-
terested that its affairs are carried
through the summer by Mr. Vasily
D. Prianishnikoff. Anyone interest-
ed in its purposes,/ activities, and
membership of the Club is cordially
invited to get in touch with Mr.
Prianishnikoff either by telephone
6263, or by a personal call. at 2505
Geddes Avenue.
Exhibition of Paintings, Architec-
ture Building: A collection of oil
and water color paintings by' Pro-
fessor Barnes, Slusser, Chapin, Val-
erio, and Mr. Aldrich is on view in
the ground floor corridor of the Ar-
chitecture Building. Open daily un-
til further notice from 9 -a. m. to
6 p. m. excepting Sundays.
ollege of Literature, Science and
the Arts and School of Music: The
time alimit for dropping courses with-
out record expires this week. Begin-

ning Monday morning, July 25,
courses dropped will be recorded
with E grade.
Michigan Socialist Club: Profes-
sor Howard Y. McClusky will speak
on "What a Socialist State Could
Do for Education," Wednesday eve-


Last Times Today



25c to 2p.m.-30c after2
Evenings 40c

"DV~E s
Spcal Added Feature


fingerle lasagan
-featured dinners this week
grilled pork chops, fried tomato. . . . . . . 50c
grilled sirloin steak, butter gravy . . . . . . 50c
fried sweet potatoes . . . . . . julienne potatoes
corn on cob . . . . new beets . . . . hut salad
home baked rolls . a. . . . iced tea . coffee .,milk
dance each evening at the hut....rf extra charge
-featured cold luncheons this week
cold corn beef, kosher dill pickle . . . . . 40c
cold roast loin ofpork, applesauce . . . . . . 40c
cold roast prime beef, sliced cucumbers . . . 40c
cold red alaska salmon, lemon, mayonnaise . . 40c
potato salad . . . . . . . sliced ripe tomatoes
home baked rolls . ... ice tea . coffee . milk
church chicken dinner monday,wednesday friday60c
soda fountain features this week
fresh raspberry sundae . . 20 ..Zc
fresh limeade ....: .. .15c
co-co pecan sundae . . . . . . . . . 20c
original panama'sundae . . . . . . 25c
we serve the best coffee in town
-sandwich features this week
toasted bacon and tomato . . . . . . 25c
corned beef with dill pickle . . . . . 25c
chopped chicken, pineapple, almonds . . . . . 25c
soft shellcrabs andlobsters each week-end
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Today and Tomorrow!

We will offer our lowest priced specials,- everything
offered at still lower prices - for 2 days only - today
and Wednesday, official BARGAIN DAY in Ann Arbor.

Hundreds of . .

These two special days of the final week of our Summer -
Clearance will be notable for Real Values and Real Sav-
ings and your inspection.is earnestly desired.
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