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May 19, 1920 - Image 4

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This is
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terson. know by postal by Saturday DOWAGER QUEEN OF ENGLAND
evening of- this week. SUFFERING BRONCHIAL COLD
Baseball practice will be neld for London, May 18.-The condition of
sophomores and seniors at 4 'o'clock Dowager Queen Alexander~ who is
Thursday at Palmer field.
suffering from a bronchial cold is
causing anxiety, according to the Star
Baseball practice will be held for today. The newspaper cites the fact
freshmen and juniors at 5 o'clock that she is now 75 years old and de-
Thursday at Palmer field. lares that such a cold must be
considered a serious matter to a per-
An extra volley ball practice for son of her age.
freshmen and sophomores will be held ofherage.
at 5 o'clock$Thursdayeat Palmer field. ' he.g Graus etd
There will be a meeting of all jnn- The grounds around. the Union are
iqr irl at4:3 o'cockThusda,,,being beautified as rapidly as possi-
ic~ gils t 430 ~clck hurdayble. The yard at the north entrance
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium, inhbeenadthe n hrnse
the Women's league parlors, has rbeen put in shape and shrubs
_hW__'___gpa__ planted, while a bed of tulips occuipes
Everything new in wall paper is the space in the center of the drive.
represented in our complete stock. The large space on the southern
Phone 237. C. H. Major & Co.-Adv. side of the lot and at the rear is be-
lng filled in, graded, and will be seed-
Star _Polo Shirts with collars that ed down. Gravel walks will be built
fit. $3.00 upwards. Wild & Co., 311 S. and flower beds located there.
State St.-Adv.
"25 Doz. Young Mens' Caps this week
One Buck saved by buying a cap at only. $2.00, $2.75 and $3.75. Davis
Davis Toggery Shop this week.-Adv. Toggery Shop. 119 S. Main St.-Adv.

Tennis Finals on June 2
Tennis preliminaries must be play-
ed off by Field day, June 2, when the
finals will take place. Because of the
rainy weather, the tournament is. pro-
gressing slowly, but there have been a
few favorable days in which to play.
Girls who have played and have not
posted their results should do so at
once. Any girl who does not show up
when her game is to be played forfeits
the game.
Socialists Hold Final Meeting
"The Materialistic Conception of
History" was' the title of a paper read
by Abraham Herman, '21L, at 8 o'clock
last night in room P 162 of the Natur-
al Science building, before the Inter-
collegiate Socialist society. This
meeting was the final one of the year
for the society.
Harold Abbott, '13, DIes in Detroit
Word was received from Carl G.
Schoessel of Detroit that Harold Bak-
er Abbott, '13, and '15E, also of De-
troit, died in Harper hospital at noon
on May 18.

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done now and avoid disappointment at the semester's end
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ARCADE JEWELRY SHOP
CARL F. BAY
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

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