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November 09, 1924 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN I ATLY

SUNDAY, NOVEMB

WMUNITY
RIVE TO

Nand doll booth have already been er because of an increased need of d
turned in. The tea room will be un- teachers for the school.v
der the direction of Mrs. J. W. Bark-t i
man. The hostess booth will be in f
T T T BIT I charge of the presidents of the circles d,
land the county officers who will ex- i inat
S~~hRT TO BENEFIT SIGKS plain the work of the Kings Daugh-~ i ".atI1 E I1a Ui

idge Lauds Community Chest Money Will be Used to Maintain
fethod as Substitution of Sense School for Crippled, Sick Children
for Sentimentality In Hospital
SOCIETIES INCLUDED $3000 GOAL THIS N EAR
in Arbor's fourth annual Com- The entire proceeds from the united 1
ity Fund drive will start Sunday Kings daughter's bazaar, which will
10 and will continue until Nov. be held Friday afternoon and evening,
The Community Fund budget this Nov. 14 and all day Saturday, Nov.!
15, at Ann Arbor high school as well 4
calls for approximately $49,000 as the Marionette plays SaturdayI
officials of the drive are confi- afternoon and evening in Pattengill
that this goal can be reached. A auditorium will be given to the Edu-
ht increase in each contribution cational fund for the hospital school.
last year will complete the bud- This school is maintained for the
it is announced by L. E. Ayres, crippled and sick children in Michi-
paign manger. The budget this I gan both at the University hospital
is but little larger than that ofSand at the South department.
year and the work contemplatedThe hospital school was started by
h greater. the Kings daughter's society three
telephone campaign has been car- years ago when permission to pur-.
on for the past week by the Fund chase the equipment and hire a
>ciation, which has reached all teacher was obtained from* the Uni-
nor contributors. The main drive versity. During the first year three
ch will start next Sunday will hundred twenty four children attend-
h everyone. Eleven Ann Arbor ed the school which proved so suc-
anizations fenefit from the Fund, cessful that at the end of the year the
it is to be noted that if a contri~ University took over the salary of
or so wishes he may designate that one teacher. The Kings Daughter's
gift be given to only certain of society hired in addition two part
eleven organizations. time teachers, as the school now had
he institutions which the Com- a regular attendance of one hundred
ilty Fund provides for are: Boy fifty. The school sessions last from
uts, Community House, Dunbar 8 to 10 o'clock in the morning and
*c League, Family Welfare Bu- from 1 to 3 o'clock in the afternoon,
u, Humane society, Michigan Chil- each session being followed by a two
:'s Aid society, Old Ladies' home, hour period of bedside teaching for
ilic Health Nursing association, those who are too ill to come to the
ration Army, Y. M. C. A., and Y. W. school room. Many students of edu-
A. The amount needed by each cation in the University help with
anization has been cut to the limit, this bedside teaching. Great enthus-
Every organization represented by iasm is displayed by the children who
Community Fund association is remain under the care of the hospital
thy of support," said Walter P. school from periods of three weeks
ebler, president of the association, to three years. A number of these
tention is called to the fact that children are those who would other-
h time and money are saved by wise be neglected, coming from large
Community method of giving. A' famliies in small towns where, due to
a subscribing $25 to the Fund is lack of proper medical attention, they
ng but $2.27 per year to each or- are deprived of educational advan-
ization or 19 cents a month to tages. Many of the foreign children
hi of the institutions represented. are taught the English language
is saved the annoyance of eleven while at the school. Besides Ameri-
erent representatives petitioning canizing and educating, the school
time and money." aids in diverting the mind of the
child from his illness. Everything is
ssen. Germany, Nov. 7.-Dr. Otto planned for the mental, physical and
defeldt, German ambassador to1 spiritual growth of the children.
shington, will leave there soon to irs. John Mac .Gregor, general
ume next spring his former activ- chairman of the bazaar, reports a
s as a Krupp director, it is re-, large share of the articles for the
ted. baby booth, the fancy work booth,

ter's society. Pictures of the hospital ' f 1p
school will be on exhibition.iLUIJIJRIIUII'I 1ILI1NII tl
The bazaar is the largest of threep
efforts of the Kings Daughters' so- Members of the Phi Delta Kappa, t
ciety to raise money for hte Univer- honorary educational fraternity at the#j

istributing students to the best ad-
antage. Egbert Isbell, president of
,he fraternity, announced the annual
all initiation meeting to be held Fri-
ay, Nov. 21.
Superintendent Haisley made use of
maps and figures to illustrate his;
lan for distributing the pupils so
hat every school inbthe city will be
put to the best possible use. lie a lso '
ouched briefly on the question ofp
unior high schools for Ann Arbor.I
Harvard and Princeton have faced,
ach other on the gridiron 26 times
ince they played their first game in
877, and the Tigers have won 14 as
gainst 9 for the Crimson.

9:30 td 1:00'

OPEN TODAY

4:00 to 9 :30

What You Want
When You Want It
COLLEGE GROCERY,

sity school. The ultimate goal for
this year is three thousand dollars.
While seven hundred fifty dollars was
raised at the bazaar last year, it i.;
the desire of the organization that
this year's returns will be even great-

University, held their bi-weekly lun-
cheon meeting yesterday noon in the
Green Tree inn. Supt. I. A. Haisley,I
of the Ann Arbor public schools, spoke'
upon the problems of the city publiq
school system, presenting a plan for

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516 East William, near Maynard

Phone 865-J

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0 Tea Roo
330 MAYNARD STREET
We serve fresh vegetables and
balanced meals. Rates by the One block South of State Street through Nickels Arcade
week $7.00, or $6.00 without
breakfast.Sunday: Dinner 12-2, Supper 5-8
225 South Thayer Tel 951-W=-
Luncheons, Dinners and Telephone 996
Afternoon Teas Tlpo
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DANCING
AT GRANGER'S
IS LIMITED

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Maximum comfort demands that the
admission at Granger's be limited. There
are several reasons, but chief of them is
a guard against overcrowding.
We can acconmmodaie without the
slightest inconvenience, 350 couples.
Some tickets are left even on -the nights
of the dances.
Of course, we desire to keep up a
standard of congeniality that is ever in-
creasing. But naturally we advise ev-
eryone to get their tickets during the
week, either at Slater's on State Street,
Van Boven, Cress & Thompson on South
University or Goodyear Drug Co. on
Main street.

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