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TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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Architectural Beauty And Efficiency L A SS IFIE
Tn R p Oiifcnndina- IIn Women's Buiddin j ADVERTISING

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By Eleanor C. Scribner
Many a person's fame consists only
iqs being able to say, "I knew him
when" or "I was the first person to
do or see this." I must confess that
I, too; have claim to fame on a sim-
ilfar basis for I am the first women
to "climb" to the very top of the new
Women'a League building. I have to
add the word "climb" in order to be
strictly honest for Mrs. W. D. Hender-
son, who was instrumental in raising
the money for the Women's League
building, has been ini the tower, which
is the highest part of the building.
On going to the contractor's office
on North Ingalls street I met Mr.
Loverinig of the firm of Lovering and
Longbotham who are the general con-
tractors of the Women's League build-
ing. We looked at the blue prints ofl
the building, which are bound in sec-
tionis, viewing the various rooms, the
different !floors, and the different ex-

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pleted. In answer to my questions TYPING-Theses a specialty. Reason-
concerning them Mr. Lovering statedj able rates. Dial 9387. M. V. Hart-
that some of the best stone carving suff. Everyday
which he had seen had been) done!
on these columns. RESERVE your booth at Rushmer's
From there we journeyed to the for the Wednesday night dance.
assembly room where the Friday and 18, 19, 20, 21
Saturday night dances will be held.
The ballroom is not only especially FURNISHED one-room kitchenette
large but also has one unusually fine apartment. Jefferson Apt. Aug. 1.
feature- an open balcony which can Call 2-1868. 18, 19, 20
be reached by going to the floor ----- ------ -
above. The women's lounge and the FOR SALE--One cabinet radio, day
lounige for both men and women are bed, screen book cases, curtains,
the same height as the assembly. With dishes, kitchen utensils. Call 2-1868.
fireblaces at the ends of these lounge's, 18, 19, 20
tall windows at the sides, their twoN
stories of height will add 1greatly to WANTED-Student help, part time.
the impressiveness of this part of the The Port Cafe, 108 E. Huron. Dial
bidn.6813. 19-20
building
The cafeteria, which is just below, MY "Old Kentucky Home" Tea Shop,
is the% ame size as the a Ict, , 11 T- +-MY

LOST-Dunhill lighter on West side
of town. Call Ray Wachter, 21214.
Reward.
OUND-Sigma Alpha Delta Frater-
nity Pin. Dial 22217. 20
LOST-Blue suede pocketbook con-
taining several bills and a house-
key, on State betweeni Nickels Ar-
cade and Liberty. Finder ,please call
6498 between 6 and 8 p. m. Reward.
LOST-Blue suede pocketbook con-
taining several bills and a house-
key on State between Nickels Ar-
cadeand Liberty. Finder please
call 6498 between 6 and '8 p. m. Re-
ward. 20, 21
PICNIC ICE CREAM
POISONS EIGHTEEN
IONIA, July 16- Eighteen persons
were made ill here Sunday by food
eaten at the Gould-Currier reunion at
Reverside Park. It is believed the
poisoning will be traceable to ice
cream eaten there.
Those ill are:

Government prohibition of diamond Establishment by the Canadian gov-
prospecting in South Africa is said to ernment of a meteorological station
have cut the production of the gems in Windsor is again asked by the city
one-half. council.

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Vietws Interior
We went first to the basement where
the main kitchens will be installed.
Tile floors and walls will be used
here. The service room, where hair
dryers and hot soft water will be in-
stalled, are also lodated here.
On reaching the first floor I dis-
covered some of the beautifully sarv-
ed stone columns which will not only
be useful (as they help hold up the
floors!) but ornamental, already com-

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There are a number of small dining day evening. 19-25 son, Nel- I
rooms which will be popular for pri- -______------ - son, of Kalamazoo.
vate parties, will beautify to a very great extent Mrs. Nettie Hatner and daughter,
Climbs To Tower the exterior oif the building. While Grace, Jack Perkins and daughter
From the balcony of the assembly we were looking at a panoramic view Lois, of St. Johns and Mrs. Shir-
we went into the club room. Although of Ann Arbor from the tower Mr. Lov ley Sadger hand son Alvin of Albion.
ering said that although the brick Mrs. Hazel Winn and Miss Beatrice
this room is not large, yet it is for the building came from Indiana WInn, a daughter; Mrs. Charles Cur-
fourth floor room and the view isfothbuligcm frmIda,
especially good and its curved ceil- and the stone from Pennsylvania, the rier and Mrs. Stanley Robertson, of
ing makes it an ideal club room. The marble came from Italy. And as Mr. Lansing.
arrangement of the fans which regu- Lovering concludes, "It is especially Mrs. George Gould of Ionia.
late the heat of the building are 10- suitable that these materials from all Mrs. Dora Gould, Mr . Deo Horrock
cated tnearby. over the world should go into the fin- and Samuel Horrock of' Eastom.
As we went to the tower, Mr Lov- est building of its kind that has ever Stanley Robertson and son Lyle, of
ering showed me where the beautiful been produced." Lanslng.
hand carving would be placed which
ICE COLD
-Drinks

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The new, hats arrive-authentic
forerunners that tell of the great
chic of the Fall mode-each one
revea'irg new details that will es-
tablish the new millinery. Trans.
parent i elvet is outstanding, in just
s -" models as we are llstrating
f oday, withI the one-sided brim and
i he fatterin. trim of contrasting
voloh. These are extremely smart
hats from Paris models.

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until you come in to look them
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fine tailoring, the exclusive
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too will agree that we are sell.
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WEAR A PANAMA HAT.
We suggest you buy i genuine "SUPERNATURAL" Panama
because of its supreme style, soft finish and the comfort and
satisfaction it will give you.
Good stores sell these hats with pride.
ECUADORIAN PANAMA HAT COMPANY
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says about Coca-Cola
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Delicious and Refreshing

Fill full. I drink
to the general joy
a' the whole table"
Certainly Macbeth meant
the same thing as when
we say:
Refresh Yourfse
no Cos-.os Colpaay, Atanta, Ga.

You have money
You have money for luxuries only by buying
wisely such necessities as your fountain pen-
Buy a Lifetime*. Inferior pens can easily cost,
during college days, many times the price. Yet
its $8.75 alone will give flawless writing-
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but for your lifetime. No repair charges at
any time. It is the pen that spends the most
days in the writing hand and the least in repair
shops. It costs more because it is worth more.
"Lifetime"-pen, $8.75 Lady "Lifetime", $7.50 Others low
Lifetime" Titan oversize pencil to match, $4.25
At better stores everywhere
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