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April 22, 1917 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-04-22

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, APRI

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SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1917

Volume One, Dumber One

Volume One. Number One

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Equipment,

- $2,500

Busrah Fund

- $1,500

Michigan men and women have given their energy and
time, ruined their health, and undergone every privation in
fever-infested, plague-ridden Busrah-all for humanity's sake.
Michigan's little hospital there treated over 11,000 cases last
year. Dr. VanVlack, '1OM, Dr. Bennett, '04M, and Miss
Holzhauser, nurse '13, have worked tirless', ad u_1i giy
in alleviating suffering and curing disease.
Miss Clara Sargent, '1 5M, has volunteered to go to Bus-
rah as Michigan's representative. Dr. Van Vlack is now in

LOBBY OF LANE HALL

Lane Hall and Newberry Hall are your buildings Michigan
men and women. Lane Hall was given by alumni and friends. It
provides social rooms, meeting rooms for organizations, a library,
offices for general work and for work of the various denominations
in Ann Arbor, a banquet hall and an auditorium. The Employ-
ment office last year gave out 3,512 jobs for total earnings of
$55,268,78 which helped 500 men through school. The need for
equipment and general running expenses for a building like this is
obvious.

A SCENE IN BUSRAH

NEWBERRY HALL

Newberry Hall, the building of the Y. W. C. A., is financed
along with the Y. M. C. A. In this building is an active organiza-
tion which directs the Religious work of the college women, and
which has given definite tasks of a social service nature to over 600
Michigan women. The Newberry Tea Room has been a distinct
accommodation to many college women. Now is your chance to
help these Organizations which have meant and will mean so much
in the lives of many Michigan men and women.

Ann Arbor securing a much needed rest after six years in-
cessant work. He intends to return soon. Whether Miss
Sargent and Dr. Van Vlack can continue in the life of sacri-
fice which they have chosen depends on Michigan's generous
support.
Men and women of Michigan, this is your project, your
benefaction, your opportunity! A dollar in Busrah will do
what ten will here. It is impossible to calculate the amount of
suffering your contribution may prevent. Will you help?
Only $1,500 needed this year. Invest in human lives!!

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