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July 11, 1931 - Image 3

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TSE SUAIlH R MLGSIG.AN DAISY

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THE SMMERMICHGAN AILYPA ..TH,,

Dr. Margaret Bell Finds City's Restaurants
Cater to Appetites of Men Undergraduates

SUBSCRIBE

Mayor Murphy Yields to Order
of Welfare Department,
_"Common Council.
DETROIT, July 10.-/)-For the
;' .fourth time this week, the munic-
- 'ipally-operated lodge for homeless
' :*. " #*::*.. :men at one of the Fisher plants
.' . was ordered closed Thursday. This
***/ . time it seemed that the order would
-: : take effect.
-?Mayor Frank Murphy, who had
held out for continued operation of
the dormitory after the city coun-
cil and the welfare commission had
Joseph H. Brophy, insisted the lodge be closed, yielded
Former police chief of Troy, N. Thursday and Capt. John F. Bal-
Y., who has been appointed head lenger, deputy superintendent of
of Auburn prison, Auburn, N. Y.pbiwefrsdthlog a-
Brophy has just supervised instal- public welfare, said the lodge prob-
lation of new cell blocks. ably would be vacated by tonight.
Capt. Balenger precipitated the
Fisher to End Sermon mayor's action by demanding to
Series on 'Personality' know from whence is coming the
money for continued operation of
"Persons That Make Eras" will be the dormitory. Earlier in the day,
the subject of Dr. Frederick B. the council had told him it would
Fisher's sermon at 10:45 o'clock to- not be responsible for the $2,000 in
morrow morning in the First Meth- bills incurred for maintenances of
odist Episcopal church. The discus- the dormitory since Tuesday, the
sion will complete a series of three closing date fixed in the council's
on creative personality, first order.
This sermon will be the last op- Inmates of the lodge have been
portunity for Summer Session stu- invited to move to the county in-
dents to hear Dr. Fisher, who is firmary at Eloise, which has ac-
leaving for a vacation next week. commodations for 2,400 men
Summer Dresses
Summer Coats

Physical Education Head States
Women Need Less Food
for Activities.
Restaurants in Ann Arbor cater
more to the generous appetites of
the men students, according to Dr.
Margaret Bell, director of physical
education for women. Dr. Bell had
in mind the quantities of meat, po-
tato, and pie that the average col-
lege boy considers just a fair-sized
meal.
"Women engage in less strenuous
exercise," said Dr. Bell, "and re-
quire, therefore, a diet less heavy
than that regularly enjoyed by the
men."
"In general," Dr. Bell estimated,
"there is little to be worried about
in respect to properly regulated
Twenty-Five Students
Leave on Niagara Trip
A party of twenty-five left late
last night on the third excursion
of the Summer Session, for a tour
of the Niagara Falls district during
the weekend.
Prof. William H. Hobbs and Mrs.
R. C. Hussey were the party's chap-
erones. Professor Hobbs will ex-
plain the gorge formations to the
students from the historical stand-
point.
TYPEWRITING
and
MIMEOGRAPHING
A speciality for twenty
years.
Prompt service . . . Experienced oper-
ators . . . Moderate rates.
0. D. MORRILL
314 South State St. Phone 6615

meals for the women students on
campus, as the greater proportion
are housed in dormitories and so-
rority houses where studied atten-
tion is given to the planning of the
week's menus.

TO THE
SUMMER

MICHIGAN DAILY

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Millinery
Sale!
SATURDAY

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300 New Summer Hats
White, Black and All Colors
Many Hats Made to Sell for $7.50

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Novelty Straws
Rough Straws
Panama Shapes
in White Tape

Plenty
of Large
Headsizes

Sale Starts 9:00
Jacobson 's

'My EEcTOC E electric range SEALS-IN the

included in these offerings

Exceptional bargains! A
final clearance effort on our
part! For you it is an op-
portunity of opportunities
to secure a coat, ensemble
or dress of our standard
quality price. As to be .ex-
pected at this time of the
season, size range is incom-
plete, but those who came
early are reasonably certain
to make a satsisfying choice.

crepes,

Regular stock dresses, very desirable in style, materials
and quality. Values to $55.00 each are specially priced
for this occasion.

DIETITIANS rec- s, es unde _hes, con
o * zthe importance d.i - .
ok *Uin oll the natu* usoer.ol
ral values 3n foods. None of
the natural elements should be
lost in cooking. Only a SEALED OVEN retains ALL
the delicious food values, and that is why electric
cooking is so healthful!
"In an ordina ryoven, the intense dry heat dries out
a roast. An electric oven prevents this. Its moist
atmosphere conserves precious minerals and other
natural food values. Its gentle, moist heat cooks
meats and vegetables to melting tenderness in their
own juices, without the addition of water! There is
practically no shkrinkage or loss of wei ght in roasts:
All the delicious natural flavor is sealed-in and even
cheaper cuts of meat cook tender. My Electrochef
oven is practically self-basting, like a pressure cooker.
"IwishIhaddiscoveredthishealthfulcekn long ago
I wouldn't be without my Electrochef electric rangel'

BOOK BARGAINS-sip
Our Bargain Tables. of
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~ A COOL KITCHEN,
SUMMER ANID WINTER

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