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June 10, 1921 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

g Fountain Hussey, Alice Freeman Pal-
mer, Lucinda Stone and other famous
alumnae who have hrought much to
R their Alma Mater."
Classes and campus organizations

;ive Women's building,
ear the name of no one
na, is to be a memorial.
tot one, but all of Mich-
and well-beloved alum-
ts of various memorial
replaces and pieces of!
en who have done much
and whose names have
history of the institu-
aid lasting tribute.
of Mrs. W. D. Hender-
ary of Alumnae Coun-
ng, while new in struc-
e, will house all the
h have become dear to
en. It will keep alive
such women as Sarah
, Olivia B. Hall, Ethel

may also be commemorated in the
new building. Gifts of all kinds may!
be presented to the clubhouse, where
they will serve both, as tokens of ap-
preciation from former students, or,
groups of students, and memorials of
those who have graduated from Michi-
gan. With the accumulation of such
donations, the building will become,
after a time, a living record of the
achievements of Michigan women dur-
ing the passing years and a monument
to those who have gone before .
Cosmopolitan Club Elects Officers
Officeds for the Woman's Cosmopali-
ton club have been named for the coin-
ing year as follows: president, Ruth
King, '23; vice president, Frances Mc-
Call, '22; secretary, Constance Ohling-
er, '23; treasurer, Zok Tsung Tsoa, '23.

REPUBLICAN CLUB
PLANS FOR YEAR
Several matters of state wide in-
terest were taken up and considered
at the meeting of the Republican club
Tuesday afternoon in the Union. Elec-
tion of officers for the ensuing year
were made.
Plans for an Affiliated Collegiate
Republican club, representing all the
larger colleges of the country were
considered. Sentiment was expressed
in favor of calling a meeting
early next fall, at which time a speak-
er of national interest would be
brought here to address the group.
The problem of obtaining a uniformi
absentee. voter's law was discussed as
an end for future work. The club ex-
Chop Suey

pressed determination to continue try-
ing to have Hill auditorium opened
for political speeches.
Prof. Jesse Reeves, of the political
science department, was elected to
honorary presidency of the club. The
following men were elected officers:
West Gallogly, '22, president; James
Frey, '22, vice president; Jacob Ilost-
rup, '24E, recording. seertary; James
K. Pollock, grad., corresponding sec-
retary; James Spier, '22L, treasurer.
Engineers Elect Secretary at Meeting
J. H. Pilkington, '21E, was elected
alumni secretary for the senior en-
gineering class at the final assembly
of the year Monday morning in room
348, Engineering building.

LEANERS
PRESSERS
zoo r..wasmoro .

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Law, Medic
and
Dental Boo
Bought, Sold
Exchanged

Inks & Pastes
Typewriting Paper

Diddle's Book S
11 Nickels Arcade

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once of Goodness
e Cream Lies In

Will remain open
all summer

Quang Tfing Lo
613 16 *v at. E

Men *nd*Wmen of Mich ig

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The Fabor

SW A IN

ICE CREfAMor
Certainly has got the Jiabor

Groups

To you the next ten days will be the most
trying of the school year.
We take this opportunity of wishing you
success in your examinations.
To the Seniors who will say their last good-
bye to Michigan and Ann Arbor:-May
good fortune be your faithful companion in all
o your future efforts.

Views

(RALIN IVORY WARE

Lantern Slides
Amateur Finishing Of
The Iletter Sort

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_____WNO. C. FISCHre
Plain and Washington Streets

Co.

gift at graduation time

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713 E. UNIVERSITY AV.

ERBACH & SON CO.
EAST LIBERTY STREET

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THE GREATEST
SALE OF

SHIR,

TS

EVER HELO IN
ANN ARBOR

N~

For two days only, Friday and Saturday, June 10-11, we
will offer your choice of any shirt in the jstore (neck band
style) at just one-half price. Here is an opportunity to
stock up for the coming year. (Collar attached shirts not
included in this sale).

I

$2.00 Shirts now...........$1.00
$2.50 Shirts now ..:....$1.25
$3.00 Shirts now ...........$1.50

$3.50 Shirts now. ... .. $1.75
$4.00 Shirts now ...$........2.00
$5.00 Shirts now...........$2.50

And yet they cost no more"
Coliars
&AL IO T its
EA RL St W ILSO N TRC)Y, N. Y.

HERE IS A CHANCE TO SECURE A HIGH GRADE
Adler-Rochester Suit

AT A

BIG SAVING

Candy By Mail

11"

When you leave Ann Arbor bear this in mind:

Wherever

are, at home, at camp, at the seashore, or even abroad,-
can still get Betsy Ross Candies.

*

$35.00 SUITS $40.00 SUITS $45.00 and $50.00 $55.00 and $60.00
NOW NOW SUITS. NOW SUITS NOW
$28.50 $32.50 $36.75 $43.75
$27.00 and $30.00 Palm Beach Suits Now $23.25
BIG SAVINGS ON FURNISHING GOODS
UNION SUITS L T'S SPECIAL
STRAW HATSU$1.50 values ..... 1.25LT S A
2-Piece All Wool
$5.00 Hats now.$4.35 $2.50 values ..... 2.10 BATHING SUITS
$6.00 Hats now.$$5.05 DOLPHIN $7.2
DOLHIN$7.35
$7.00 Hats now.$6.00 PURE SILK HOSE Big Reductions on all
$7.50 Hats now. $6.2565c A PAIR BiglRDuTIons on al
6 pairs for ......$3.50 ODD TRUSERS

SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS

We insure you Fresh Candies anid the
Best of Servicep-

TERMS
CASH

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217 SOUTH MAIN STREET

ALL
ALTERATIONS
EXTRA

he Betsy Ross Shop

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