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March 24, 1921 - Image 5

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At a meeting Monday evening in the1
City Y. W. C. A. attended by represen-I
tatives of 11 welfare organizations
and three delegates-at-large from Ann
Arbor, a committee to work out sug-
gestions for the reorganization of]
social work in the city was chosen.
The committee, which was given the
important task of drawing up the con-
stitution, is composed of Prof. J. B.-
Waite, Prof. A. E. Wood, Henry W.I
Douglas, and Mrs. W. B. Bradshaw.
Mr. Douglas was appointed temporary
chairman.j1

coe Bonnisteel appointed to the same
positions in the second precinct. Con-
siderable sewer work is to be done,
both storm and sanitary. The park
committee was given the power to
spend $400 in spraying trees and
shrubs on city lands.
EN W1.3;JIENT INCREASIN IN
S. C. A. RELIGIOUS COURSE
More than 200 prospective religious'
teachers, from Ann Arbor and the
University, are now enrolled in the
new Teacher Training institute, a new
course in religious instruction under
the auspices of the Student Christian
association. The course is one of the
results of the co-operation brought
about by the new S. C. A. charter,1
according to T. S. Evans, secretary of
the association.
Several interesting courses are of-
fered, most of them under the tutel-;

charge is made for instruction,
all courses are open to anyone
ested. Four more sessions are
held, the dates beirig March 28,
4, April 11 and April 18.

while REORGANIZED PRESBYTERIANL
inter-, SOCIETY BANQUET TOMORROW
to be.
April Institution of the reorganized Pres-
byterian Young People's society will

President Eliot 87.Years Old Sunday.
President Eliot of Harvard univer- dent of
sity celebrated his 87th birthday at position
his home in Cambridge, Mass., last 1909 to

In 1869 he was made pres
the university, and held th
for forty years resigning
become president-emeritus.

PHI SICAL EXAMS MAY BE
EXTENDED TO SOPHOMORES
A plan to which all sophomores in
the University will be required to
take physical examinations, under the
same system applied to incoming
freshmen, has been worked out by the
Health service authorities.
University officials, to whom the
plan was recently presented, have ex-
pressed their approval of it, and it
will probably be taken up officially at
the next meeting of the Board of
Regents. During the past semester
sophomores of the dental college took
the examinations, at the request of

take place at the banquet of the so- I'gI1guuI1gI1oII1giiIIi1iigiiiiii111I1
ciety at 6 o'clock tomorrow evening
at the Presbyterian church. The so- Establish
ciety is now on a broader basis, ac-
cording to the new plan of the Student
Christian association, andnwillcarry KODAK FIL
on work of a more varied nature. The
banquet is for the purpose of explain-
ing the new framework and activities AMATEUI
of the society to Presbyterian stu-
dents. FLAE
D. J. Porter, '21, president of the =
society, and Mildred Lawton, '21, vice-
president, will outline the new idea in
detail. Other speakers will be Prof.=
W. D. Henderson, of the physics de-
partment, and the Rev. Leonard A LYNDON &
Barrett, pastor of the church.
719 NORTH U
Read The Daily for Campus news. '

ed 1905

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Arrangements for the April election
were made at a meeting of the city
council held Monday night. Robert
Campbell and George Lutz Jr. were
appointed election inspectors in the
first precinct of the seventh ward and
Charles Sink, Herman Gross, and Ros-

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professors. No the faculty of that college.

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High Class Furnishings

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STATE STREET STORE

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State St. Entrance
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The Place to Buy

American Bankers Association Cheques

Bank }~

Farmers & Mechanics Bank

Best Funds in Traveling

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"The Bank in the Arcade"

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Stairway to Vogue, Shop
Afternoon and Evening Frocks
Designed and Made
THE VOGUE SHOP,
MRS. EUGENE CRUM UPSTAIRS
The Unique Shop
of the Campus
CARL BAY JEWELER
DEL GRENNAN
Custom Tailor
14 NICKELS ARCADE PHONE 152-R
Atfrrb 31. dub 3ue.
Footwear of Quality and Distrnction
DETOIT ANN ARBOR CHICAGO , MADISON
Minerva Yarns Futurist Underwear
,Woman s Exchange
Franco-AImerican Hygienic Goods
Jane
aster Gieetings Singleton
Shop
Stairway to Doctors' Offices
Lost Strayed or Stolen
One Barber Pole From W
ARCADE BARBER SHOP REWARD
Student Owned

IDress Makers

Stationery

Easter Cards and Stationery
Now on Display
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17 NICKELS ARCADE
Stairway Exit from Arcade Cafeteria

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Appropriately Packed
in Easter Boxes
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Betsy Ross Shop
Laiv )ledical Dental
BOOKS
Bought. Sold or Exchanged
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Easter ?~u~Direct
Flowers sW.U.
Wire.
MICHIGAN SHIELDS
ALL SIZES
Darling and Malleaux
Stairway to Arcade Cafeteria and Halsey's S
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Right Prices
Second Floor

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Bakery

Maynard Street
Entrance

Post Office I.

Where You'II Find Good

Things to Eat

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