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July 22, 1920 - Image 5

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The Wolverine, 1920-07-22

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'ALL

IDMEN'S EDUCATIONAL
CLUB PLANSMUCH. WORK

n width and
1 boulders.
>uth and ha
table to sp
e picnics.
will be bui

d West hall will not be torn down dur-
ing the present Summer session, al-
open though its demolition may be started
e the in the fall. The Betsy Barbour dormi-
corn-
tory will be open for use when the
in. fall semester begins, and according to'
11 be the agreement made when funds for
con-
The the dormitory were donated to the
The University, West hall was to be razed.
ve a University authorities are confront-
read ed with the problem of finding accom-
upon. modations for the classes that meet in
t on West hall before the agreement can be
fulfilled. This task is made constantly
more difficult by the rapidly increas-
ing enrollment of the University.
Wolverine Classified Ads bring re-
sults. Ads should be brought in by 2
o'clock before day to be run.
Y When you need something look over
our ads.-Adv.

HAS

50 MEMBERS FROM
CITIES IN NINE
STATES

ous Special Bricks
Every Sunday
one from Our Dealer
Next Sunday
. o
the best Soda Fountains
Three Hundred Michi-
n Towns and Cities.

Extensive work for the Women's Ed-
ucational club is planned by its mem-
bers for this summer. One meeting,
at which President Burton spoke, was
held the first of this week, and it is
planned to have further meetings each
week.
There are more than 50 members of
the organization, and it is expected
that more will join before the summer
is over. Teachers from 25 cities in
nine different states are represented in
the club's membership.
A. partial list of the members is:
Administrative Council - Susanna
Clough, Rachel McKenny, Florence
Rogers, Edith Seekell, Clara Starr.
Lilla B. Bacon, English, Detroit;
Clara Bell, fifth and sixth grades,.Sag-
inaw; Villa Brand, head English de-
partment, Homestead High school,
Pittsburgh; Evelyn Brandlett, Eng-
lish, Corinth, Miss.; Margaret Cam-
eron, secretary to appointment com-
mittee, University of Michigan; Leona
Grace Chamberlain, latin and history,
Millington; Susanna A. Clough, his-
tory, Northwestern High school, De-
troit; Mrs. Anna E. Coleman, seventh
grade, Feltonville public school, Phil-
adelphia, Pa.; Dorothea Comfort, Eng-
lish literature, Detroit; Hope Conklin,
acting dean of women, University of
Michigan; Beulah. M. Conrad, sixth
grade, River Rouge Ethel Culbertson,
grade work, Spokane, Wash.; Alice A.
Deckman, Philadelphia public schools.
Nora L. Egan, principal, Hely
school, Detroit; Jeannette Gordon, his-

tory, Central High school, Oklahoma
City, Okla.; E. Mary Griffith, English,
Escanaba; Nellie E. Grohe; Mercy J.
Hayes; Mary N. Holland, assistant su-
pervisor of penmanship, Detroit; Dawn
Hughes, English, Fremont, O.; Edythe
L. Johnson, head commercial depart-
ment, Cadillac; Isabelle V. Jones, de-
partmental work, Flint; Mrs. Amelia
Kaden, science, Alpena; Margaret E.
Kastenberg, assistant supervisor, de-
partment of educational research, De-
troit; Florence Kelly, English, Hough-
ton seminary, Houghton, N. Y.; Dora
Kruckemeyer, elementary work, Cin-
cinnati, 0.; Erna Kruckemeyer, Eng-
lish, Hughes High school, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
Christine Kersey, French, Lansing;
Marguerite F. King, Fairbanks school,
Detroit; Bessie F. Ladd, English,
Northeastern High school, Detroit;
Rachel M. Kanney, brincipal, Coluni-
bian school, Detroit; Rose H. Mann,
eighth grade, and High school mathe-
matics, Empire;. Elizabeth Mickle,
principal, Bancroft school, Red Oak,
Ia.; Muriel H. Netzorg, French, North-
western High school, Detroit; Clara
C. Nichols; Marion L. Parsons, Eng-
lish, Alpena; Dora J. Reynolds, public
speaking, Bay City; Florence M. Rog-
ers, English, Lakewood High school,
Cleveland, 0.; Edith Seekell, critic
teacher, Western Normal, Kalamazoo;
Emma Schray, elementary work, Fres-
no City, Calif. -
Augusta Slayton, English, Piedmont

college, Demorest, Ga.; Clara E. Starr,
head of department of music, North-
western High school, Detroit; Marjorie
F. Stevens; Margaret Steward; Jessie
S. Walton, supervisor of household
arts, Kalamazoo; Margaret Whitlock,
Zanesville, O.; Henrietta Wolff, math-
ematics, Greenville; Evadne R. Wright,
English, Northwestern High school,
Detroit; Alice M. Wyman, English,
Northwestern High school, Detroit.
PARTY PLANNED FOR FOREIGN
STUDENTS FRIDAY EVENING.
A party for the foreign students of
the University is planned for Friday
evening from 8 to 11 o'cloek at Lane
hall. The friendly relations committee
of the Students' Christian association
is in charge of arrangements.

*'/A W Wf/

FOR RENT

SAUNDERS' CANOE

On the Huron

Specal ale
ON
Palm Beach Suits and Flann
Trousers.
Discount
All New Merchandise
IT WILL PAY YOU TO LOOK THEM O

Robert Miller, four-year-
F. E. Miller, a former Arca
was drowned at 6:30 o'cloc
evening at Lake Orion, Mi
the Miller family had been
the summer.

FOR RENT

. K. Malcolm
604 East Liberty Street

SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY,
Un the Ifuron River

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Go

THE

PRICE

t ICE CREAM Co.
RTH STREET

on

SHOES and OXPORDS
For 30 days we offer our Entire Stock of Men's and Women's Shoes and Oxf'
in Cordovan, Calf, Kid, and Canvas, in Regular and Brogue Patterns
See Show Window for Prices
You can positively save from $1.15 to $4.15 if you take advantage of this unu

offer

S TODAY
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DEN PEGGY"

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Allmand & Forsythe,

Campus Boot

120 East Liberty

304 South State

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to 216 N. State St.
;es, light colored rim,
Return to Wolverine

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Old Town canoe, with
complete outfit, $50.00. Call Winans,
118 N. Ingalls, after 7.," Phone
1599-M.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Office in the Cutting
apartments, formerly occupied by
Dr. E. F. Loeffler. Apply Janitor.
Phone 1159-M.

Such a difference in Sodas and Sundaes-and

VELVET BRAND ICE CREAM IS ONE REASON.
The Detroit Creamery has established a permanent Branch

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in Ann Arbor to supply the demand.

s' washing. 1303
Phone 2569.

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Dancing

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riflry

Ticket
at
Door

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rery Saturday Evening During Summer School

$1

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