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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SPECIAL CLINICS
CONDUCTED HERE!
A series of special clinics is being
held at the homeopathic hospital this
week for the benefit of practitioners
of medicine and surgery. A large
number of visiting physicians was in
attendance at the first meeting yester-
day and expressed satisfaction with
the work done. Dr. R. H. Stevens and
Dr. S. H. Knight, both of Detroit, are
assisting the regular clinical faculty
in the work.
A reception was tendered the vis-
itors and students last night by the
members of the homeopathic faculty
and their wives.
Below is the schedule of the series
for which the regular work of the de-
partment is being either suspended or
varied:
- Wednesday, 9:00 a. m. to noon-Dis-
eases of the Skin, with stereopticon
lecture upon syphillis, Dr. Stevens.
1:30 p. m.--Surgical Gynecology,
Dr. Kinyon.
Thursday, 9:00 a.m.-General Surgi-
cal Clinic, Dr. Knight.
1:30 to 2:30 p. m.-Nervous Diseas-
es, Dr. Dewey.
2:30 1p.im.--Diseases of the Nose
and Throat, Dr. Myers.
Friday, 9:00 to 11:00 a. n-Genito-
Ujrinary Surgery, Dr. Burrett.
11:00 a. m.--What Do.es Homeopa-
thy Stand For? Dr Hinsdale:
1:30 p. in. to 2:30 p. m.-General
Surgery, Dr. Smith.
3:00 p. m.-Gynecology, Dr. Kinyon.
Saturday, 9:00 a. m.-Medical and
surgical clinics to be announced.

Whitney

Theatre

Saturday, January 11
One Performance Only

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2.00, Box 2.50.

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FLORSHEIM SHOES
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Join the classes now. Term begins with your first lesson. Learn the
Boston. Private lessons given by appointment. Rent the Academy for
your next party. For rates call at Academy or Phone 246.
The Blue Front Store os"me" 11
ausotmet of
Gilbert's and Morse's Chocolates
DAVIS & KONOLD 701 Packard

PROF. I~LASBlURY LEAVES Oj(
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JANITRESS OF BARBOUR GYM
DIES DURING THE HOLIDAYS
Women of the university have lost
an old and faithful friend in Margaret
Johnson, for eight years janitress, of
Barbour gymnasium, who succumbed
to a sudden attack of pneumonia
Tuesday of last week. By her loyalty
and helpfulness "Maggie," as she was
called. endeared herself to the hearts
of all who knew her.
Miss Johnson was a native of Ann
Arbor and served for many years as
superintendent of the Sunday school
of the colored Baptist church. She is
survived by an uncle, with whom she
had been living, and a brother.
CORNELL OFFICIAL HERE TO
INSPECT MICHIGAN METHODS
Mr. Willard Beahan, of Cleveland,
an alumnus member of the board of
trustees of Cornell University, is in
the city for a few days making an
inspection of the university and an
investigation of the administrative
methods.
Play Manuscripts Must be in Friday.
All women who are writing manu-
scripts for the junior women's play
are requested to have their work on
Dean Jordan's desk by Friday of this
week.
ENGINEERING LIBRARIAN HAS
ACCEPTED LANSING POSITION
Miss Ella F. Tobias, who for seven
years has had charge of the engineer-
ing library, resigned her position dur-
ing the holidays to accept a position
in the Michigan State library at Lan-
sing. Miss Tobias has been connect-
ed with the engineering library al-
most all of the time it has been in ex-
istence. She succeeds the same libra-
rian at Lansing whose place she filled
on first arriving at Michigan.

Prof. W. B. Pillsbury, head of- the
psychology laboratory, left the city
Christmas day en route for Italy. He
will spend the winter in southern
Europe, going north to Germany in the
spring. This trip had been planned
for later in the year, but his physicianp
urged immediate departure.
Prof. J. F. Shepard will take charge
of Prof. Pillsbury's classes for the
remainder of the semester. At the
beginning of the second semester, as-
sistants will be appointed for the re-
mainder of the year.
ADVERTISING EXPERT COMES
HERE TO 31AKE EXPERIMENTS
W. A. Shryer, of Detroit, author of
"Analytical Advertising," will conduct
a number of experiments connected
with the psychology of advertising in
the university laboratories this spring.
He has secured Dr. W. B. Pillsbury's
house and will reside in Ann Arbor
while working with the experiments.
Foresters Will Dance Friday Evening.
Members of the Forestry club will
hold their first annual dance Friday
night at the Packard academy. This
is the first affair of the kind the for-
esters have ever attempted and a large
attendance is expected. Tickets may
be obtained from members of the
committee.
Poly-Ee Class Will not Meet Today.
There will be no lecture in political
economy 1 today as the meeting of the
Michigan engineering society will be
held in the economics lecture room.
Fattier of Prof. Hoad Seriously Ill.
Owing to the illness of his father,
who is in a serious condition, Prof.
W. H. Hoad left Ann Arbor a week ago
for the former's home in Lawrence,
Kansas. Word was received yesterday
that Mr. road is slowly failing.

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CLOTHE S

F. B. KELlA)GG WILL TALK AT
LAW DEPARTMENT EXERt'IS ES
Frank B. Kellogg, of St. Paul, Minn.,
will deliver the annual address at the
Washington Birthday exercises held
under the auspices of the law depart-
ment. He is president of the Amer-
ican Bar Association and is reco niz-
ed as one of the leading attorneys of
the country. lie has served the Unit-
ed States government in charge of a
number of government trust prosecu-

GARRICK Nights and Sat. Matinee
THEATRE 50c to $1.50. Wed. Mat.
50c to $2.00.
The N. Y. Winter Garden Co. Present
The Passing Show of 1912
Detroit, Michigan

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

LUTZ

Clothing

Store.

FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND STATIONERS

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217 South Main
The Store that Satisfies

tions:
The subject of Mr. Kellogg's address
has not been announced.
Haines Contributes Tale to Anierican.
Donal H. Ilaines, '09, has a war
story entitled "The Leveler," in the
January issue of the American maga-
zine.

Members of the Union bulletin board
committee meet at Union, Thursday at
5:00 o'clock.
Senior laws meet in room C Thurs-
day at 4 :00 o'clock.
All manuscripts for the junior wom-
en's play must be in the hands of Dean
Jordan by Friday.
Junior lit basketball practice at city
Y. M. C. A., Friday at 2:00 p. m.
Chess and Checkers club dinner at
Union tonight at 6:00 p. m.

.ewelers, Stationers, Opticians and Fraternity Jewelers
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