lTheaters NEWBERRY HALL OPENED FORMER ANN ARBOR RESIDENT
Th atr FOR BENEFIT OF '4OMEN RTES AT HER CHICAGO HOME
HE ARCADE 'Newberry Hall with its tearoom li- Word has been received here of the A Cheering, Bracing
Paces," a pictorization brary and rest rooms and the Univer- death on Sunday of Mrs. Jessie Taylor
Charles Reade, which is sity Y. W. C. A. will be open to the Beach, wife of E. E. Beach, of Chica- Non-Intoxicating Beverage
r today at the Arcade students of the summer session for go, at her home in Rogers Park. Mrs.
es to be a photoplay of the first time this year. The building Beach was well! known ih this city Every normal person craves a drink that not only quenches the thirst but
rior quality. It is a located just across State street from where she fwas born, and her girlhood is vitalized by food elements. They long for something that will brace them
yes and kind heart of the campus is a convenient place for was passed at the family home, 1520
n, who. was the most study, meals or rest. The tearoom is Broadway. She had been in failing up-cheer, invigorate and strengthen them-something that has in it the
of her day on the Lon- open to men and women for regular health for over a year but visited here properties that make for health, increased vim and new vitality.
e story is said to be board or for separate meals every day for six weeks this spring, returning to Here is a new drink-non-intoxicating, but rich in the streAgthening,
ling, and entertaining in the week, including dinner on Sun- Chicago two weeks ago accompanied energizing, tonic elements that give health and strength.
al of the role of Peg by day. There are books and magazines by, her cousin, Mrs. Geneva Chadwick,
h has been considered on the tables in the library. By con- of this city, who was with her at the
ood. sulting the secretary Gladys Whelan, time of her death. E X C E L O
the production is the '17, the books may be drawn out. Wo- Mrs. Beach was an accomplished
the actor-knight, Sir men from other universities are es- pianist and had composed many beaut- is a beverage of mild, delicious, flavor which exactly suits the taste of the beer
s-Robertson one of the pecially invited to come in and be- iful voice and piano numbers. She is drinker-and of everybody else.
hed and famous actors come acquainted with the Michigan survived by her husband, Elmer E. It is snappy, piquant, sparkling and satisfying.
orld. He is starred in Y. W. C. A. Beach, '84, a member of Delta Upsilon And it is excellent for, the appetite and digestion-an efficient and agree-
role of Triplet. fraternity, and a prominent lawyer able tonic for the weak, nervous, sleepless and debilitated.
ws film will also be LITERARY COLLEGE LEADS IN and brother of Rex Beach, the novel- I,
ENROLLMENT 'FOR SUM XER ist. She is also survived by two It never loses its sparkle and its character, no matter how long i
daughters, Elizabeth and Mae, one sis- and it lways satisfies.
;e will send the great Enrollment in the Summer Session ter, Dr. Emilie L. Greene, of Los Order a case today; you'll be delighted with it, and the more you drink
uccess, "everywoman," was reported July 5 to include 1,252 Angeles, and one brother, Jay C. Tay- the better.
nual tour with an open- students: Of these 624 are register- lor, of this city. Excelo Beverage Co.,
sance July 29, in Nova
ouring Canada for the firs
is of the season. The com
avel as far west as Saskat
will be in Michigan fora
se week which will include
sent in Ann Arbor. The
that played the eastern
Season with Paula Shay in
e is promised.
ith, Royal Underwood an
grade typewriters for sali
O. R. Morrill, 322 South
Over Baltimore Lunch.)-
rs & Mechanics
H MAIN STREET
a ed in the literary college, 290 in the
t engineering college, 19 in the phar-
- macy college, 157 in the m edical
- school, 36 in the law school, and 126
a in the graduate school. The above
e figures include the students in the
e engineering camp but not those at
the biological station from which the
report has not yet been sent in. The
number at the station is thought by
Dean Kraus to be 11 or 20.
P Women's League First Get-Together
The Women's league will hold their
- opening get-together party at Bar-
f mour gymnasium, Thursday after-
noon, July 11, at 4 o'clock. This party
is the first of a series to be held
throughout the summer session, and
the league hopes every women en-
rolled in the University wilt keep
the date in mind and come to the
gymnasium on Thursday for a good
time. There will be a program of
vaudeville stunts followed by danc-
ing and refreshments.
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