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October 19, 1922 - Image 5

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"M" Blankets, Pennants, ArmI Am still in business and ready to Corduro
Bands, etc. at Wahr's Uiniversity serve my old friends and patrons as CO.-Adv.
Bookstore..-Adv. always. Julian R. Trojanowski, U3. of
_________________M. Barber Shop, 1110 So. University.-
Halloween decorations, place cards, AdV.
etc. at Wahir's University Bookstore. -- ; 1T
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NTICE-Copy for this column shouldj
be submitted by 5:30 o'clock J'!
the dlay before publication,.
T f I USD NY
4 :00-- Cla ss onl Jesus Phailosophy on'
Life, south parlor of Newberry hall.
Open to women only.
4 :00-Candle light recognition serv-
ice for new members of the Y. W,
C. A. at the Congregational church,
S:0--'fIeetlng of entirie editorial sta ff
of Michiganensian, Press building.
7 :30-Soeiedad Hlispanics meets in..
room 203, Tappan hail. Lecture by
Prof. Antonio G. Solalinde.
:00-Junior class of. the School' of
Education meets in room 203, Tap-.
pan halls for the election of officers.
S:00-3Iont'iethI club mets in Lane
hall. All men interested in the
Christian ministry are invited to A
ten(:*'
FIDlAY
4 :14--PhhIp Kerr speaks to ithe gener-
al public in room B, Law biulding,,
on "Some Present International Pro-
blems."
7 :30-Alpha Nui meets, fourth flood~,
Universty hall.
U-NOTICES
Camp Davis men may secure prints
of pictures taken this summer by
calling at the surveying depart-
ment and ordering them~.
Thiere is an exhibition of' portraits of
leaders of the war in.,Alumni Mem.
orial hall daily from 2 to 5 o'clock.
This is given under the auspices of
the Ann Arbor Art association.
Weekly Tea Given
For Fresh Women

II"Old conceptions of social welfareI able to fight life's battles."
!work," said Mr. Alfred Fischer, Pub-# This, in fact, is the aim of the Fain-
licity Chairman of the Community' ily Welfare Bureau, one of the eleven
Fund Association, "Were either to welfare agencies whose reports have
have people hand out Christmas bas- been filed with the Community Fund
'kets to the poor: or to. have certain Association, under which organization
individuals occupyingj t snap' pa-, they operate. Mrs. Forhmal's annual
sitions as welfare workers- The aim !report, shows that the chief problems
of modern social work is to help the are unemployment, physical disabili-
needy ones to help themselves name- ty, insufficient income, bad housing,
ly, by assuming temporarily~' the eco-I and old age.
nomic burdens of certain individuals The' Family Welfare Bureau receiv-
until a period of .stress hasp passed. ed ten per cent of the Community
For example.: Mrs . Forhnials, Execu-I Fund, the total fund raised being
tive Secretary of the'Coniiity Fund $32,000.00. The balance of the funds
Association .and,. Family -Welfare were apportioned among the other
Worker, finds a case 'where the fath- welfare agencies. Some magic
or of three small children is out of ; touches must have been applied to the
employment and the mother 'is ill budgets to make them reach as they
fromt worry and, work. 'The children have done. Take, for example, that
are temporarily placed in a boardin g of the Salvation Army. The $720.001
home while the mother is given a apportioned for its activities was in
chance to regain health and strength some skillful way stretched to cover
in a hospital or in the Community an incredible number of wants.
House., The father is helped to find This is one of the active organiza-
employment, and within a compari- tions for which money will be raised
tively short time, members of such a in the Community Fund Association
famnily will be together again, better'" drive in November.

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SAMPLS
Permanently on Display atC
:835 South: State Street
Ann Arbor, Xlchlgan

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lIAR!MAN ITIEATRE
COLUMBUS
FRIDAY
SATU RDĀ®
MAIL ORDIIERS accompanied by re-
mtittance in full and self-addressed
envelope will be honored in order of
receipt. BE SURE to specify WHICH
p~erformiance Saturday desired. M~ake
all remittances and send orders to It..
F. Boda, Manager Hartman Theatre,
Columbus, Ohio. Prices $1.10, $1.65,
$2.20, $2.75 Including tax.

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'More than 125 women were present
at' the tea given yesterday afternoon
by Mrs. Marion L. Burton and Dean
Jean Hamilton to freshman women
and, their junior advisors.
Mrs. Humphreys and Mrs. Effinger,
poured. tea in the dining room which
was decorated for the occasion in
pink and white. Chrysanthemums
were also used in profusion.
The tea yesterday will be followed
on the next two succeeding Wednes-
days by similar teas in honor of the
remaining members of the freshman
class.
Corduroy Coats $6.50 up. Wild and{
Co.-Adv.
To the Ohio game ey~ auto. 'Call'
25.-,Adv.
A REAL GOOiD MEAL
CHOP SUEY - STEAKS
Eve rything good at
nn Arbor Chop Suer .
814 S. State-Second Floor

PIIt)OGR~hAI IER TO INICIIIGAN+
Established 1887

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bus! 3&zck them tebery minute of thefgame.. It's.
time to gobble up Ohio and it's up to you to heil
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clothing and
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Prices range 'from~ $2.50 upward according to style~
and mounting. To~ avoid thin-plated gold. points or imita-
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These handsome jet black fountain pens, plain and
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the Ohio, game

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being heavy .enough to interfere with
freedom of movement. Every new col-
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