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POSITION

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,nce on the lectures is re-
all freshmen, and those who
roughout the year will re-
hour credit. The class will
t 3 o'clock every afternoon
'sity hall.

ent to The Michigan Daily is the only
ppor- means of getting campus, city and
o ac- world news in one paper.

Dean Henry M. Bates of the Law
school has decided definitely to re-
main in Ann Arbor, according to
statements made by him Saturday.;
For more than a year Dean Bates has
been considering a tempting offer
from another university, and it is only
recently that he decided to refuse the
offer.
Anxiety has been widespread over
,rumors that the dean had accepted
this offer and would resign from his
present position. General satisfac-
tion is expressed over his decision to
remain in Ann Arbor.
Although the dean was reticent in
regard to what school the offer came
from, it is understood that it came
from Harvard university.
HONDURAS-MINISTER ARRIVES
FOR DUTY AT MEXICO CITY

San Franoisco, Sept. 27.-Hon. Wil-
liam C. Redfield, Secretary of Com-
merce of the United States Govern-
ment, has declared himself in favor
of the adoption of the metric system
of weights and measures ,by the Unit-
ed States. His study of world condi-
tions, as a manuafeturer and as a
government official, has led tim to
this conclusion.
Ship Yards Restore Merchant Marine
Havre, Sept. 27.-Shipbuilding yards
along the French Atlantic seaboard
are restoring the French merchant
marine to its pre-war status. Vessels
aggregating 511,180 tons are under
construction. These include nine lin-
ers for passenger trade totaling 97,-

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. Mexico City, Sept. 27.-Senor Juan
Bustillos de Rivera has arrived here
to take his post as Honduran minister
to Mexico. In an interview with the
Excelsior he stated that Honduras
watches with much interest the rela-
tions between"Mexico anol the United
States, since "Mexico'is the advance
sentinel of the Latin countries."
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR CONTROL
DECREASES DRUNKENNESS
London, Sept. 27.-Lord D'Abercorn,
head of the liquor control board, in a
speech at Carlisle vindicating the
government's policy with respect to
intoxicants, declared that there had
been a great decrease in drunkenness
due to state control.
The work of the board, he said, had
vindicated the school of moderation
and of reasonable and scientific con-
trol. He claimed that the control
board "had put an end to the appall-
ing condition of drunkenness and in-
efficiepcy which existed in 1915 and
which paralyzed the war efficiency of
the country."
Brazil to Expand Rubber Industry

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producing countries of the world,
measures are being taken to expand
the industry by the introduction of
the Mexican rubber-plant, guayule.

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The personality of an institution is but a reflex of the personalities of those who guide
affairs.
The directors of the Farmers and Mechanics Bank direct not merely in name, but in fact;
officers are ciu'rteous, attentive and efficient.
All are representative citizens of known responsibility and integrity.

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H. J. ABBOTT
J. E. BEAL
G. J. BURKE
C. C. FREEMAN
JAS. FOSTER
O. M. MARTIN
G. W. MILLEN
H. A. WILLIAMS..... ...... ..President
J. E. BEAL.............. ....Vice-President
G. W. MILLEN................Vice-President

D. F. SCHAIRER
B. F. SCHUMACHER
S. W. SMITH
C. A. SINK
G. S. VANDAWARKER
W. W. WADHAMS
H. A. WILLIAMS
FRED T. STOWE......................Cashier
EDWIN L. JENKINS..........Assistant Cashier

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