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where you eat, for these are EAT AT OR EN'S OR EN'S
CAFETERIA days. You inspect everything before you buy it CAFETERIA
rim, amazoo; Marion Hall, '15, mathema- Anti-Greek Letter Law Constitutional
ties, Lansing; Etta Craig, '15, English, Mississippi's anti-Greek letter law,
Champion; Mary Tunison, '15, English, excluding all persons from state
T p~gl [S Harrisburg, Ill.; 'Mata Jungnitsh, '15, schools, who are members of secret
SGerman and Latin, Dollar Bay; Jane organizations, was held constitutional
hicks, '15, English, Mason; Eleanor by the country's highest tribunal, the
Norton, '15, High School principal, United States Supreme Court.
Applicants Not Located Yet Urged to Mackinaw Island. --
Leave Addresses With ----- Musical Instruments, Strings, and
Board NELW POWER PLANt' WILL BE all Musical Supplies at reasonable
-_l'1'.DSE) IUWING SUIMER SCHOOL prices. Schaeberle & Son, Music
-MANY 11161 SICHOOL POSITIONS I--Iouse, 110 S. Main St. tf
With the inauguration of the sum-
Many positions have been given out mner session, the new power plant of FOR RENT-Fine furnished cottages
the engineering shops will begin to in Widemann Grove, Whitmore Lake.
by the appointment committee within operate under its own source of pow- Electric lights. Phone 212-J. 312
the last few weeks. The committee re- er. S. Division. 1-3.
quests that those who have enrolled, The new plant will substitute for the __--
but who have not been placed, leave 30-year old Corliss engine, the new NOW-A-DAYS
their summer addresses. Many good and up-to-date motors aggregating 100 It's Clothing, hats, and Furnishing
calls come in during August, and these horse power. Meters will record the Goods from
addresses will put the committee in amount of current consumed. N. F. ALLEN t O.
closer touch with those who are still This change in systems will satis- 211 S. Main St. tf
looking for positions. factorily meet the demands for speed -
Those who have received appoint- in the engineering shops as each shop Michigan law library for sale. Terms
ments during June are as follows: is to be driven by its own electric reasonable. Books in good second-
Gladys I. Stowell, '15, instructor in motor, and each individual shop may hand condition. Louis Mott, Address,
German and history, Cartersville, Ill.; be shut down independently of any North Branch, Mich. 1-2
Clare L. Milton, '15, science, Manis- other.
tique; Marie Ronan, '15, history, Iron This new system will immediately
Mountain; A. L. Gieske, '15, German, benefit a large number of summer yis' Pharmacy
Ypsilanti; Vera Thompson, '15, English school students who take shop work, 324 S. State St.
history, Davison; Helen Woessner, '14, and will also increase the work done DRUGySKODAKS
history, Norway; Vera Baker, '13, Iron annually by more than 1,000 regular CA LK IN S da HAr
Mountain, English; Margaret Arm- engineering students.
strong, '15. Principal, Howard City,
Frances Exelby, '15, Principal, St.
Clair; Hazel Dutt, '15, English, Big
Rapids; Louis T. Anderegg, '15, sc'-!
ence, Delphos, Ohio; Ezra Deneen, '15,
Mineral Point, science; Gertrude Han-
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oratory, Saginaw, E. S.; Adrian Wor-
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ence, St. Clair; Mrs. Audery Updike,
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ville; William Chase, '15, science,
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English, Birmingham; Florence Scott,
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