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June 02, 1923 - Image 11

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

fl~II
cast of the Senior
eld at 7 o'clock to-
e dances this week
*Union, Friday,
urday, Mr~s. Yates
Iday, Miss Martha
me. Phyllis Rey-

Ph~ysiciarn Comes
Home In Steerange

s; A
Satu

hold their last
y night at Hel-
The annuial
will be at the

Senior Girls'play
rsday, June 14, can

Jlich igaff eniors! .
Gradruation. comes but, once in
a life, time. Don't fail to have
yoPur Senior picture made nowt'
vqr ~ ou'l'l treasure it.=I
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me PIIT_ aH E
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f R1CKMATS.TUES. TUR
ud S~AY
,U RRIK ' 2c-50cY
4th A~nmal Steaton, NIGHTS. 25-50-754-1
THE BIJKSTELLE COO
in BOOTH TARKINGTON'S
"SEVENTEEN"
NEXT MONDAY - "The Masquerader"

Follow.
That Hu nch.
to the
BLU- GOLD
LUNCH
605: Church

DO6NA .D
224 S. STATE

TRACK
WHITE I

X125EACH

DETROIT

e sale will
morial hall.
Suntil June
e Kuhlmn
and enclos-

WK
THIS MER.

Dr. Lsther Lovejoy
Dr. Esther Lovejoy, woman phys-
ician and near East relief worker, who
was personally decorated by the kit
of Greece a short time ago with 'the
first Greek war cross ever awarded al
woman, i came home to New York re-
cently in the steerage of the steamer
Berengairia. She found she could save
the difference between $300, first class
passage, and $78.50 and apply it to her
hospitalwork among the' sufferers of
Greece.

" F

1111lt for Service

I

'he work, which has been done by
600. member~s of the University Y.
C. A. this year has been in the~
ire' of getting acquainted with the
s which the association can ful-I
olintaeTe social 'wor~k has teenI
e in the hospitals, and in this
e- conection; Christmas and I
terworkshops, have been, conduct-I
tt Newberryhall to make -gifts for
patients. 2Voe than 240Owomen
e assisted in social work this
dustrial cooperation with~ the De-
tassociation, and. the Girl Re-
e leaders' training courses have
ned a' part~ of the program fore
year.- The latter work was car-
on in connection -with the city'
V. C. A.
iaddition, to these branches of
vity, work was carried on among
foreign women on the campus.
cial vesper services which took
,e during the year, were attend-,
ans for the association next yearl
ude numerous other activities
a continuation~ of those started
year. Any woman on the cam-
who wishes to become a niem-
of a committee or to do other

work next year, is urged to turn ir1
her name as there is always an op-
portunity- for new workers to be us-
fed.
SO CIETY, ELECTS
1At a meeting of Athenla Literary
society held Tuesday evening, the
following officers were elected. for
the first semester of the coming year;
Mary McCully, '24, president; Ellen
Nylund, '24, vice-president; Marguer-
ite May, '25, secretary; Florence Ful-
ler, '25, treasurer; Rosalind Freund,
'24, parliamentarian,
Nurses to Entertiain Detroit Guiests
Members of the cabinet of the
~nurses' Y. W. C. A. have as their
guests this week end the Y. W. C. A.
cabinets of Harper; and Grace hospi-
tals, Detroit. This afternoon a joint
cabinet meeting will be held, follow-
ed by a tea. 'A banqut will be giv-
en this evening in Barbour gymnas-
ium. Tomorrow noon the nurses will

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Pocahontas and Cokex
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CO RN WELL COALr
- PHONES 814F1 and 2207
x Office - Cornwell Block. -
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- Fine Sunday Dinner
SCHICKEN.=
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C.orrectly Des.

al10 to $14

NICKELS ARCADE
iN

R~ead The Daily

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University Bookstore.

entertain at a special dinner for their
guests.

a]
tI

Fraternities

and S or~r ties -.

Get ready now before the falt rush.

ASK FOR
"400'
THE CHOCOLATED DAIRY DRINKI
5c
MANUFACTURED AND DISTRIBUTED BY
THE ANN ARBOR DAIRY COMPANY
PHONE 424

AT

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LI58ERT"Y

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closing for the summer Jet. us look over. your heating
fit your roof, doors, windows, troughs and all the other

Ofur Branch Store which was formerl~y lo
ed in the Nickels Arcade, is now located at

little details about the house.

-Nowy is the logical and best

time.

Let us~help, yog.

East Liberty Stret

"SERVICE FOR PAT#O-NAGE3'

New equipment has been added and we have

$JNKER'S HARDWARE

554

213'15 W. L1BERTY,
mt

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2 Little Bo Peep has -a tooth that'is
°: sweet, "
.: She craves wBeam fromn Can. w
nor's-
=-The freshi and nourlshing ehilren's
2 It, wins the pure food HonorsI
-r S
r NEXT
SUNDAY There is° no need to deny children 2
SPECAIthe sweets they naturally crave
SPECIALand should have, so long as you
BRICK can secure Connor's PURE Ice I
=-r- Cream.;
Pineapple Sherbet ice cream is an ideal food for~hclt n otrwl elyuta e
Fig Nut youngsters and grownu'ls alike. 2
And 'Connor's is extra good.=
2 ... Demand It2
2 Three big treats by name _
- all in one; 'phone
2 early before your C. A. CONNOR E
2 dealer sells 'out.
ICE. CREAM NCO.

in Ann Arbor..

spared noa pains to .make our new store the
convenient and mo~st u o aeMs

most

You are welcome at any

time to, inspc

new shop and acquaint yourselves with
of Pianos, the new Edison and Brun swic
ographs and our g r eat assortment of

means GOOD cheese

The

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Ann Arbor Produce Co.

110 E. Wassh ington St.

616 E. Liberty St.

2276-R

707 PACKARD

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