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Campaign Hat
of distinctive quality
Buy a Stetson

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Wadhams & C

State Street Store

SITS LEANED TO SUIT
When .weo return your clothes 'dry
cleaned we want you to examinesthem
critically. If they are satisfactory
kindly do us a good turn with your
friends. If by any chance they should
not beaentirely satisfactorysend us
word and we'll call for them and
make them right. We guarantee sat-
isfaction.

ANN ARBOR STEAM
DYE WORKS

A

SHIRTS
CLOTHES

FOR
EVERYTHING
ELECTRICAL
No Job too Small or too Large
WASHTENAW
ELECTRIC SHOP
"The Shop of Quality~
it's not right we make it right
-'IONE 273-

hand

sundry
2355

200 E. Washington
Ann Arbor

117 Pcarl
Ypsilanti

FURTHER RESTRICTIONS
MA[E E[ USE [OfWHET
REGULATIONS TO BE ENFORCED
BY GOVERNMENT INSPEC-
TION
Regulations, governing the use of
wheat in public eating places, have
been received by the, local food ad-
ministration officers from George A.
Prescott, federal food administrator
for Michigan. The rules are as fol-
lows:
Class 1-High grade hotels and res-
taurants and all clubs: This class
should voluntarily pledge t hemselve
to serve no wheat until after harvest.
Class Il-All other public places:
1. Not more than two ounces gross
weight of Victory bread or rolls shall
be served to any one person at any
meal. The total consumption of wheat
flour, inclusive of the wheat content
of bread and rolls, shall not exceed
six pounds for ninety meals.
2. On wheatless days no pro'luct
containing wheat,- except Victory
bread or quick breads, may be served.
3. Two ounces of Victory brad
should make one sandwich. For the
patrons of many eating places this is
insufficient. In this case quick br ads
should be used in place of Victory
bread.
4. No product containing wheat
may be served unless specially aa1-
ed for.
5. This program will be enforced
by inspection and investigation aid
where violations are proved and the
eating place in question is operating
under a baker's license, their license
will be revoked. If the eating place
guilty of the violation is purchasing
their bakery products, the bakers
furnishing them will be advised not
to sell to such violators.
6. We respectfully ask all manag-
ers of public eating places operating
under Class I to so advise this office
in order that we may know the extent
of co-operation of this kind we are
receiving.
GEORGE A. PRESCOTT,
Federal Food Administrator for Mich-
igan.
Waste-basket and
Ash-heapDrafted
Put your market basket on your
arm, fill it with bric-a-brac, old
gloves, broken bits of jewelry, old
toothpaste tubes, bits of string rolled
into balls, and any other of the many
things which are being salvaged by
the Red Cross, and take these treas-
ures to Mrs. Blackburn in Barbour
gymnasium. By so doing you will help
the Red Cross to meet the constantly
increasing demand for the material
furnished by these articles.
Dean Myra B. Jordan while in Los
Angeles this spring has become very
much interested in the work of the
salvage department of the Los An-
geles Red Cross. It is on Dean Jor-
dan's suggestion that Mrs. Blackburn
is going to undertake the custody and
sale of all such articles donated to
help the salvage department of the
Ann Arbor Red Cross. Everyone is
therefore urged to assist in saving
and collecting any or all of the fol-
lowing named articles: Tin or lead
foil folded flat, collapsible paste and
paint tubes, old metal waste, type-
writer ribbon boxes and spools, waste
rubber, old' automobile and bicycle
tires and inner tubes, books, maga-
zines, old kid gloves, old clothes of

any sort, cold cream jars, Bishop's
wafer tins, bottles and corks, men's
shoes, hair combings.
This list should be cut out and kept
in some conspicuous place as a re-
minder and for reference. A surpris-
ingly large amount of money has
been already obtained by this saving
of a rag, a bone, and a hank of hair.
The money is used for the benefit of
our soldiers and sailors.
Rugs cleaned and washed. Satiafae-
tion guaranteed. Koch and Henna.-
2402.-Adv.
U. of M. Jewelry. J. L. Chapman's
is the place. 113 S. Main St.-Adv.
Typewriting Work a Speciality -
Biddle, Nickels Arcade Building.-Adv.

UNOAY SEYIC ES IN
ANN RBOR CHURCES
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
Communion service at 7:30 o'clock.
Morning prayer with sermon at 10:30
o'clock by the Rev. H. Tatlock on the
subject, "What Makes Happiness."'
St. Thomas' Boman Catholic Church
Masses at 6, 7:30, 8:30, and 10:30
o'clock with sermon at 10:30 by the
Rev. Fr. Rottach.
Unitarian Church
Special patriotic service by the
children of the Sundayschool at
10:30 o'clock. An eight-star service
flag will also be dedicated. Students'
society meets at 4 o'clock at 1015
Packard.
Congregational Church
Sermon at 10:30 o'clock by the Rtev.
Lloyd C. Douglas on the subject,
"Soldiers Emeritus." Young People's
society will attend the Union Guild
meeting at 6:30 o'clock at the Pres-
byterian church.
Christian Science Church
Morning service at 10:30 o'clock.
The theme of the sermon is "Soul and
Body."
Presbyterian Church
Memorial service at 10:30 o'clock.
The Rev. L. A. Barrett will speak on,
"The Moral Values of War." At this
service additional stars will be add-
ed to the service flag for the men that
left in the last draft. There will be
special music by the choir. Young
People's meeting at 6:30 o'clock.
Bethlehem Evangelical Church
English service at 9 o'clock. Ger-
man service at 10:4. The Rev. G. A.
Neuman on the subject, "Things That
Abide."
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
Confirmation and Communion serv-
ice at 10:30 o'clock. There will be no
evening service.-
Trinity English Lutheran hurch
Morning sermon at 10:30 o'clock by
the Rev. L. M. Wallick. Evening serv-
ice at 7:30 o'clock.
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran
Church
Preparatory Communion service at
10 o'clock. Regular service at 10:30
o'clock with sermon by the Rev. H.
A. Brauer. Evening service omitted.
Bethel A. N. E. Church
Men's Day sermon at 10:30 o'clock
by the Rev. J. A. Charleston on
"Christ's Call for Men." Class meet-
ing at 11:45 o'clock. Exercises con-
ducted by single men at 3 and by
married men at 7:30 o'clock.
First Methodist Episcopal Church
"I Believe," subject of sermon by
the Rev. A. W. Stalker at 10:30
o'lock. Dean Lloyd speaks at 12
o'clock in Lane hall to the Young
Men's class. Young People's society
will attend the Union Guild meeting
at 6:30 o'clock at the Presbyterian
church.
German Methodist Episcopal Chur
Sermon at 10:30 o'clock by the Rev.
H. Bau on the subject, "The First Re-
vival of the Church." Sermon in En-
lish at. 7:30 o'clock on "The racle
at the Beautiful Gate."
First Baptist Church
Morning service at 10:30. The theme
of the morning service is "What

Makes Men Great." The Young Peo-
ple's society will join in the union
rfteeting at the Presbyterian church.
There wil be no evening service on
account of the lecture at Hill audi-
torium.
.,s)nmmunty Ch;pel
Service at 4 o'clock. Vesper service
at 5 o'clock. Subject "From Moral
Dangers."
Second Baptist Church
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock
with sermon by the Rev. J. B. Pharr.
B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 and even-
ing service with special musical pro-
gram at 7:30 o'clock.
Church of Christ (Disciples)
University men's Bible class con-

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FRESH
FRESH
FRESH
FRESH

STRAWBERRIES
PEACHES
PINEAPPLES
CHERRIES

Calkins
Drug
Co.

Snappy New"

Neckties and Shirt

Vest Pocket Koda
is still the most popular mo4
Have you seen the new F 6
at $20.00 Come in,

Fountain of Youth
Corner State and Liberty
YOUR SPRING SUIT
will be carefully tailored of the new de-
pendable fabrics.
New Models distinctly our own.

Men's Furnishings

The little

GOLF SUITS

RIDING BREEC

Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S. University Ave.
TRY OUR FRESH FRUIT SUNDAES-

rD.E. Grennan
The Custom Tailor .606 E. Lit

Try our Chop Suey
Chinese and American Dishes

m

CONOMY

be accompanied by
gment, and depends
SERVICE not Price
C URTIS
TIRES

good
on

WAI KING LOO
Joe Gin, Prop.

314 S.State St.

Phone 1844-M1

SENIORS!

Senior
Name Cards

Order your personal cards no
from the

miles of service
TIRE &
LJBBER .
gn, MiCh.

Either Printed
or Engraved

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MAYER-SCHAIRER CO
112 50l. MAIN ST.

Fountain Pens
R Waterman
and ConKlin
m. Jewelry
rer & Seyfried
BROWN
and women high-
prices for their"
Anything in the
ats, or shoes he will
ands. Sell your old
are no sgood to you.
You will get your
No quibbling to buy
eir absolute value will
and women's apparel
Claude Brown at 210
hone 2601. He will
>ur residence.-Adv.

DAVIS &OHLINGER
PROMPT PRINTERS

',.

109-iii E. Washington
Phone 432 - J

Detroit Students to Visit Ann Arbor
The Students' society of the Unita-
rian church will entertain the Detroit
Unitarian Students' society tomorrow
afternoon and evening at the.home of
Mr. M. E. Osborn, 1015 Packard street.
A musical program has been arrang-
ed, following which refreshments will
be served.
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT-W4d-
ward & Washington. 8-9 A. A. Sav-
Ings Bank Bldg. Phone 866.-Adv.

ducted by Dr. T. M. Iden at 9:30
o'cloclA. Communion service at 11
o'clock and Christian Endeavor meet-
ing at 6:30 o'clock.
Bible Chair House
Afternoon discussion at 4 o'clock,
concluding the series on "The Bible
and Nature."
Contemporari es
The faculty of the University of
Minnesota are petitioning the Board
of Regents for a new library.
The gymnasiumnand the lower com-
pus of the University of Wisconsin
are quarantined on account of the ep-
idemic of scarlet fever which has ap-
peared among the men in the canton-
ment at Madison.
Beginnig May 21, the seniors at the
University of Pennsylvania wear caps
and gowns to classes and all univer-
sity activities on the campus.

Realize for yourself
pleasure .of Home Coc
Food. Prices Reasona
Service Paramount.

T-RUBEY' S
218 S. Main Street
Good Lunches of Rice. and M
Joc all the time
Chinese and American CROP SI
Short Orders
Michigan Inn 601 E. Libe

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LA a o
ADVERTI

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Leave Copy
at
Students'
Supply Store

"6It fitS

FOR SA E
SALE-Slightly used mahogany;
mmed 18 foot Old 'iown canoe.
addles, baclk rest, rug, cushion,
4 lock and chain included. Liber-
bond accepied in parent. Phone
21-J.
SALE-Canoe and equipment.
.11 Stenson, 1118-M.
, SALE-Let us be your sales
ent. It is our specialty.

LOST
LOST-An Ansco Vest Pocket Camera,
left at Saunders' Boat House, Sat-
urday afternoon. Reward offered for
return to Daily office.
LOST-Little finger ring, blue ame-
trice setting, between campus and
Division St. Call 2182-D. Reward.
WANTEI)
WANTED-For three months, a well
furnished house with yard or gard-
en, in 6th or 7th ward. Immediate
possession desired. Address Captain
P. H. DeKruif, Hygienic Laboratory..
WANTED-To buy metronome. Call
299-J.

Perfectly"
Such is the Unanimous
Comment on a suit

Students at the University

of

made by

There should be a Victrola in
every home
Hole about yours?
Prices from $20.00 to $400.00
MAKE YOUR TERMS

Washington are conducting classes in
English among the foreigners of Seat-
tle who are about to be drafted. The
government believes that with this
preliminary help the men will be able
to progress much more quickly than
otherwise at the training camps.

As F, MARQUAR DT
Campus Tailor

516 E. William St.

Phone

Martha Cook to
h 1 have stamp-

An auction at the University of
Kansas netted '$4,000 for the Red son citizens, will soon er
Cross. firmary and hospital to he
which will cost $135,000.
The University of Wisconsin,
through the generosity of three Madi- Use the Daily classified

GRINNELL BROS., 116

s: Main St.

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