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I FLORAL SHOW IMPRACTICAL
AT PRESENT, SAYS BARTLETT
There has been a suggestion on the
part of a body of the students here
that the old floral show be revived.
The exhibition was formerly given
under the auspices of the botanical
department of the University on the
main floor of Memorial hall and con-
sisted chiefly of a huge display of
chrysanthemums. In addition the var-
lous flowers grown in the department
were placed on exhibition.
In reply to the suggestion Prof. H.
H. Bartlett of the, botanical depart-
ment, says that at the present -time'
the plan of renewing this display Is
impractical due to the lack of space
in the greenhouse.*.
Opening of Hospital Bids Delagved
Opening of the bids for the new Un-
iversity hospital which was to have*
taken place Monday, has been post-'
poned for 10 days, according to Shrrley
W. Smith, secretary of the University.
Workt on the excavation for the new
building, which is to be near the ob-
servatory, is progressing rapidly.
DANCINQ NOTICE
Hereafter the Monday and Thursday
evening assemblies at the Packard will
be strictly couple dances, well chap-
erdned with the best ,of music. 55c
per couple.-Adv.
Pay your subscription.
Thea
Rhodes Brothers
Orchestra
"The Orchestra With Pep"
Phone 283-R
Corns 'Tween Toes 7
Use Easy "9Gts-W'
An Corn or Callus Comes OffPeace-
y,Gloriously. Never Fails.
It is easy for ' Gets-It" to reach
-"hard-to-get-at" corns, and 'bettr
yet, it is easy to remove them, be-
cause etsit"m akes them come

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(Continuedfrom Page One)
School Students with the College
Appeal?" and to the small high school
section on "The Relation of the Su-
Perintendent and Principal in the
Small School System."
Prof. George E. Meyers appears on
the program three times, addressing
the compulsory education section on
"The James Bill," the ,high school
section on "Where Are We Coming
Out In Vocational Education?" and
the manual training section on "What
Michigan Is Doing in Industrial Ed-
ucation." "
The English sectin, of which Prof.
. E. Rankin is chairman, will hear
an address by Prof. R. W. Cowden on
"A Lesson from the Masters of Eng-
lish." The history section will be
addressed by Prof. W. A. Frayer on
"The Teaching of History as a
Means of Combatting Radicalism."
Librarian W. W. Bishop will speak
before the library section on "The
Usefulness of Libraries as an Ele-
ment, in Teacher Training.'t
Chemistry and physics teachers
will hear two addresses from the i-
versity faculty, Prof. A. '<H. -hte
speaking on "Popular Modern- Chem-
istry," and Prof. D. L. Rich speaking
orf "Reasons for a Science Section as
a Part of the State Teachers' Asso-
ciation."
Prof. Albert R. Crittenden will- act
as chairman of the classical section
program. Two Ann Arbor men, Prin-
cipal ,L. L. Forsythe of the Ann Ar-
bor High school and O. V. Adams
will also take part in the program.
A meting of alumni to be held
Thursday afternoon will be address-
ed Eby President Harry B. Hutchins.
MINERS DECLARE OPERATORS
'FORCE WALKOUT ON THEM
(dontinued from Page One)
that the 'union had knowledge of
.President Wilson's attitude toward the
strike only through newspaper ae-
counts. It combattd the president's
claim that the strike'- was illegal by,
asserting that the right of strike had
been upheld by the court and that in
leaving their Jobs the men will exer-
cise a Y constitutional prerogative.
Charges that the miners were en-
deavoring to force nationalization of
the mines were indignantly denied.
Tomorrow the executive' board of
-the union will meet to clear up a big
batch of business incidental to the
strike and various routine . affairs
which have been accumulating.
UNIVERSITY RELIGIOUS WORK
UNDERGOING REORGANIZATION
(Continued from Page One)
ciation, the -men's and women's cab-
inet of the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C.
A., respectively, will be made up of
church representatives from the stu-
dent body, and the staff of the Stu-
dents' Christian associaton will con-
sist of the official representatives of
the churches at the University, to-
gether with the general officers of the
association.
WASHINGTON CLAIMS ALL
MINERS WILL NOT STRIKE
(Cpntinued from Page One)
These prices are considerably lower
than the prices now prevailing. It is
consid~ered certain that the President
will comply with the recommendation
which means that a substantial re-
duction in soft coal prices, including
those specified in large contracts .made
since Feb. 1, will become effective al-
most immediately.

DR. FORSYTHE MAINTAINS
STAND ON PASTEURIZATION
(Continued from Page One)
ing that they were satisfactory and
so designate for the benefit of the
students where they could obtain
food and drink prepared under sani-
tary conditions. Pasteurized ,milk
was one of the foremost of the re-
quirepents, he said.
STUDENT WOMEN, NOTICE I
We clean and reblock Felt Hats,
Beavers, Velours, Plushes, Hatter's
Plushes and Velvet Hats of all kinds.
We have special equipment for steam-
ing and pressing velvet hats and put-
ting them back in shape after they are
out of shape from having been wet,
etc. Factory Hat Store-617 Packard
St. Phone 1792.-Adv.
STUDENTS NOTICE
We make Hats to Order and do all
kinds of hat work, 'such as Cleaning
and Reblocking Soft, Stiff, Velour and
Cloth Hats and Caps. A hat cleaned
and reblocked, with a new band, looks
like new and lasts as long again: Fac-
tory Hat Store. 617 Packard St. Phone

8:00 A. M.-Soph engineers hold elec
tions until 5 o'clock.
4:00,"unior engineers practice foot
ball on south Ferry field.
4:00- Mlchiganensian editorial and
business taffs meet in Michiganen
sian rooms.
5:00-Tickets for Saturday night Un
loir dance go one sale at desk.
5:15-Glee and Mandolin club assist
ant managers aid ,managerial try
outs, including freshmen, willm ee
at the offices, room 328 Natural Sci
ence building. Whose absent willi
dismissed. The meeting will be very
brief.
6:00-Chimes board of directors meet
on third floor of Union.
730-Pi Delta Epsilon meets tn room
306 of. Union.
7:30-Copper - Country club member
and prospectives meet in room 31
of Union.
7:30-Christian Science society meet
in Lane-hall.
7:30-Round-Up Club meets in Union
7:30 -, Law students -interested'in
change of one of the debating societ
' ies into the Moot Court plan, mee
in Webster room, Law building.
7:45-Chimes business staff meets in
office in Union.
FRIDAY
3:00-Soph lits practice on Ferry field
Everybody out for election of cap
tain.
7:00-Hayrack ride and Halloween
party for Baptist students and
friends.

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corns with a. knife, or slice them
with 'a. "bloody" razor, or use ban-
dages and tape and wrap up your
too into a package, but that's the
"treat-'em-rough," painful, foolish
way. Upe 2 or 3 drops of "Gets-It '--
that's the peaceful, sure, common-
sense way that never fails. You
reach the corn easily with the little'
glass rod in the cork of every
'"Gets-It" bottle. It does not hurt
the true flesh. Try it. troteiant
smileIt'se a.blessing; never fails.
"Gets-It, the only sure, guaranteed,
mone -back orn-remover, costs but
a tri fleat any drug store. M'f'd by
E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago, Ill.
Soldrin Ann Arbor and recommended as
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