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June 17, 1922 - Image 4

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THDE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, J

TAT'S GOING ON

SATURDAY .
9:00-Dental alumni reception, Dental
building'
10:00-Annual alumni meeting, Hill
auditorium.
12:15--Alumni Ihipheon.
12:15-4'' club luncheon, Union. {
1:80-Alumni mass meeting at Hill au.
ditorium.
280-Homoeopathie nurses alumnae'
meet at ' Homoeopathic Medical
school.
4:00-Alumni-Varsity baseball game,
Ferry field.
6:00-Homoeopathic alumnae banquet.
8 :30-Annual senior Prom on campus.
8:.0-Senate-reception at Memorial
hall._

2:00-ReceptIon at nurses home num-
ber one, for senior homoeopathic
nurses and friends.
V-NOTICES
The annual senior girlsP breakfast
will be held at 9 o'clock this morn-
ing at the Union.
There will be a sale of senior girls'
collars at 9 o'clock this morning in
University hall.
The regulation dress for senior wo.
men during commencement activi-
ties will be white dresses worn un-
der the acedemic costume, and black
footwear.
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VARSITY DEFEATS
ALUMNI NINE, 10-9
(Continued from Page One)
counted for four runs in this frame,
which gave the younger team quite
a lead. -
Tomorrow's game will start at 4
o'clock and the same admission of $1
will be charged. Dixon will probably
be Fisher's choice of pitchers, and
Hill has Campbell, '11, Scheidler, '20,
and Blanding, '11, to choose from.
-Swanson will probably get a chance
to catch on the Varsity team.'

ALUMNI
AB
Nieman, If.........1
Hughitt, 2b........4
.Perrin, cf..........4
Karpus, 2b ........4
E. Bowerman, ri ....2-
Newell, lb.........3
Van Boven, ss......3
F. Bowerman, c ....5
Utley, p ...........4
Davidson, p........0
Sheehan, If ........1
Lathers} rf ........2
Hill, lb ...........2
**Ohlmacher.......1

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We wish to thank the students and
public for their generous patronage
during our first few months in Ann
Arbor.
You have made it possible for us to
make permanent a complete fountain[
pen service which has been so much
needed.
We will close our shop June 20th
,for the summer months and spend the
.time in preparation for the Fall Open-
ing which will be shortly after Sept.
Alst. At that time we will have more
.help and be prepared to give you the
.same expert attention on a larger

and also several of the most reliable
Self-fillers, Eversharp Pencils, and
good Fountain Pen Ink.
Rider's Pen Shops, 308 S. State.-
Adv.
Patroxilze Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

The smallest Dunn Pen holds as
much ink as the largest self filler. O.
D. Morrill, dealer, 17 Nickels' Arcade.
-Adv.
Watch the building program with
The Summer Daily.-Adv.

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TUTES-

:00--Classes
at Union.

of '13, '14, '15, '16 danceI

SUNDAY
8:00-Mortarboard breakfast at Kappa
Alpha Theta sorority.
11:00-Baccalaureate address by Pres-
ident Marion L. Burton, Hill audi-'
torium. .
4:00-Vesper service for senior wo-
men at Martha Cook building.
8:00--Meeting of alumni interested in
S. C, A. at Lane hall.
MONDAY
8:15-Bugle call and flag raising on
campus.
8:30 - Commeucemept procession
forms.
9:00-Commencement procession be-
gins.
10:00-Seventy - seventh Commence-
ment in Hill auditorium.
1:00-Luncheon at University hospital
for senior nurses and friends.
Your name embossed free of charge
on all fountain pens purchased fromf
O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels' Arcade.-
Adv.
Order your Summer Daily today.-

36 9 9 25 14 9
*Batted for Liverance in fourth.
**Batted for Lathers in ninth.
Alumni .... ....,.2 0 0 1 0 1 1 1]3- 9
Varsity.......4 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 1-10
Summary-Two base hits, Perrin 2;
three base hits, Shackleford, Blott;
home runs, Uteritz; bases on balls, off
Utley 4, off Liverance 1, off Elliott 6;
hit by pitcher, by Utley (Klein) ;
struck out, by Utley 2, by Liverance
1, by Elliott 3. Umpire, McCallister.
Adopt Reserve Force Plan
Washington, June 16. - The Navy
Department plan to jcreate a civilian
naval reserve force, similar to the
National Guard, was adopted yester-
day by the senate in accepting an
amendment of the appropriations
committee increasing the house pro-
vision of $50,000 to ,$3,000,000, to be-
gin the work.

,scale.
We will carry Rider's
Subscribe today for
Michigan Daily.-Adv.

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"Masterpens"
The Summer

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COMMENCEMENT WEEK END
--SPECIAL -- -
FRENCH ICE CREAM WITH HONEY AND
GLACE FRUITS
THIS ESPECIALLY GOOD ICE CREAM WILL BE ON SALE
SATURDAY A'TERNOON AT YOUR DEALER'S
Ph ONE S 1427 ,- 2530
Who will umpire the Kiwanis and Rotary baseball game at
West Park at 4:30 P. M., June 29.

A place to bring your friends. Nowhere is
the food better; nowhere is the service
more prompt. Open all summer.
TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
MAYNARD STREET

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MICHIGAN VARSITY

AB
U r ss. .......4
Wimbles, 2b ........5
Knode, Ib.'.. .......4
Shackleford, rf......4
Kipke, cf..........4
Roby, if.......:.....4
Paper, 3b.........3
'Blott, c.............4
Liverance, p...,....1
Elliott, p..........2
*Klein....... ....0

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'BOOKS

GIFT

EDITIONS

"The WRITE Gift"
BOXED WRITING PAPER FOR
GRADUATION
BINDS FRIENDSHIP CLOSER.
From the wealth of styles and
grades in our store you will find
it very easy to select the Boxed
Writing Paper that will reflect
the personality of the one you
wish to remember.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 NICKELS ARCADE
The Stationery)Ind Typewriter Store

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Watch 'for the Commencement ,ex-
tra. Monday.-Adv.
Follow Greater Michigan wIth The
Summer Daily.-Adv.

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COMMENCEMENT

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SUNDAY'S CHURCH SERVICES

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STUDENTS' SUPPLY STORE
1111 South University Ave.

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Cor. Division and Catherine Sts,
7:35 A. M.--Holy Communion.'
10:30 A. M. - Morning Prayer
and Sermon.

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
IL- EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
The Children's Day Program of
the Sunday School )vill be giv-
en at 10:30 A. M.

Candies

Laundry Agency

TJobaccos

Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery Fountain Pens Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies

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especially for college men. Their fitting is just one
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you must wear them to appreciate them. -

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The Morning Worship, wile be
maintained throughout the
Summer. Students and visi-
tors are cordially invited.
A Bible Class for students will
be conducted each Sunday at
Noon by Rev. Howard R. Chap-
man, Director of the Baptist
Students Guild.

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COOL!

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Especially during hot weather it is wise to avoid needless worry.
You won't have to worry about your Clothes Cleaning, if they
are regularly Energined.

Swissilized Garments Stay Clean Longer

reetings to visiting Alumni as well as the Summer Visitors.

PHONE
2508

Gmiru en
ComPeiiy
"The Home of Energine"~

Cleaning
Pressing
Repairing
Pleating

PRICES ARE, RIGHT!
$7.50 TO $9.00

"THE QUARRY"
DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION STORE

O KANE & -HE-RTELR
TO -- -- FTFITTERS -----------TO
TVEN 335 SOUTH MAIN STREET WOMEN

209 South Fourth Avenue

Phone 308-Co'rner S. State and N. Univ.-C. Claude Drake, Prop.

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