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April 19, 1921 - Image 6

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for a permanent summer
r Ann Arbor girls are being
by the- city Y. W. C. A. The
ork department is arranging
age sale to be held Saturday to
nds to buy a camp site in the
of Ann Arbor. The aim is to
camp which will accommodate
to 50 girls during the entire
utributions for the sale will be
for on Wednesday or Thurs-
'hose who have anything to
hould call the City Y. W. C. A.
nesday night.
Crop Brazil .Nuts, 23c per
Three jars Prune Fruit Jam,'
chultz.Grocery, State St.--Adv.
lie advertising columns of The
n Daily to reach the pest of
bor's buyers:-Adv.

FRENCH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
OPEN FOR WOMEN STUDENTS
The French school for girls, at .17
East Eighty-Sixth street, New York
City, will be open this sumi~r as a
home for professional women and
young women students, according to
a letter received at the office of the
dean of women, from Louise McClel-
lan, principal. .
The house -is said to be in a con-
venient locality between Fifth and
Madison avenues, near the Eighty-
Sixth street subway express station,
and one-half block from Central park.
Lodging, with breakfast and supper is
to be given at reasonable prices.
Turner to Attend London Convention
Prof. E. R. Turner, of the history
department, has been chosen to repre-
sent the University at the annual
American Conference of Teachers of
History which will be held in July at
London.r

W1omen

ROTARIANS PLAN
HYGIENE LECTURES

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The Michigan Dames will hold their
regular meeting at 8 o'clock oig1
in Lane hall. Mrs.' Howard Rouf us, will
give a talk on her missionary work in
Korea.
Social service workers are needed
for work at the hospitals. Any girls
wrho wish to Sign up for work may do
so any afternoon between 2 and 5 at
Newberry hall.
Athena Literary society will hold a
business meeting at 7:15 o'clock to-

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Dr. Charles E. Barker of Grand
Rapids will come to Ann Arbor to de-
liver three lectures o-i April 27 un-
der the auspices of the international
organization of Rotary clubs.
Dr. Barker's usual program con-
sists of one lecture to high school pu-
pils, one to .mothers, and one to fa-
thers. Hlis talks are in the interest
of good health' and deal with topics
relating to social hygiene.
All organizations in' Ann Arbor ale
assisting the local Rotary club in its
publicity campaign for the series of
lectures. The program has not yet
been definitely decided on.

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Flowers of Quality

night in the Alpha Nu room.
CHICLE FRAlNt Ais wiiLi tJVE
"Y" Executive Secretary in Ann Arbor 'ANNUL PLAY ON APRIL 28
Miss Leslie Blanchard, executive
of the student department of the na-
tional Y. W. 0. A., arrived in Ann "The Bourgeoi, Centilhomme, by
Arbor yesterday morning. She will Moliere, is the ,play chosen by the
meet with Y. W. C. A. cabinet 'and Cercle Francais to be given April 28 in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. The caste
trustees and groups of women during Sarah l Arngeio hally caste
her stay in Ann Arbor. Miss Blanch- for the production is unnsually large
ard is the g'uest of Mrs. Marion . n it i tought t the pl may
Burton. prove to be one ofrthe .est so taro-
dutced by this organization.

213 EAST LIBERTY STREET
715 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE

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goes straight: home,
Coca-Cola reaches thirst
every time.
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
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before with here and there a sweep
laughter-

-a wonderful romance
-the love of a woman
of a mai is reckoned
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only as the Amaoznsc
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the men .amd womenA
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life, hate, trampling
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of Mother-Right.
endures through the ages, while the love
only iiihours.
women ride barebacked into battle, clad
of old.
beauties of pagan courts, and the life of
who rule today.
players in riots of splendor. beauty, love,
but never crushing the lve-power of

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L ~lEl COLUMN
CLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

MATINEE PRICES
LOWER FLOOR....-.-.
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CHILDREN.

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LOST AND FOUND .
old Elgin watch. Name on
Call Dorothy Southgate.
134-3
pen face gold Elgin watch,'
, April 10. Reward. Call
134-3
,arge engineering note-book,.
.1, containing valuable notes.
ufns, 1746-J. 134-2;
FOR RENTj
NT-Housekeeping apartment.
>oms. semi-private bath. Near

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Fords - One Speedster
Complete. One Topring very good
condition. $150.: 602 East Huron
St. 134-2
WANTED
"I
WANTED-To hear from owner of a
farm or good land for sale for fall
delivery. L. Jones, Box 551, Olney,
I11. 134-1
MISCELLANEOUS
FURNITURE REPAIRING, refinishing,
upholstering, recaining. Verne
Smith, 1219 So. University. Phone

AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA - SPECIALLY PREPARED SCORE
A -CAST OF SUPERB EXCELLENCE

DOROTHY PHILLIPS'

ROBERT CAIN
FRANCIS PARKS

MARGARET MANN
SHANNON DAY

JAMES CUR
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