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October 29, 1920 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-10-29

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wilhelm Still
Shows Taste For
German Goods
Amerongen, Oct. 28.-The "Made in
Germany" sign is still a fetish to
the former German emperor. Though
he is reported to feel that his country
treated him shamefully, nevertheless
he continues to buy for himself and
his little court at Doorn, German
goods, sent direct from Berlin when
possible, notwithstanding the fact that
he has been in Holland nearly two
years. This was most recently dem-
onstrated when, in furnishing the lit-
tle hospital William has built here as
a memorial of his stay in Amerongen,
he had practically every stick of fur-
niture and other equipment sent from
Berlin.
In revenge, it is said here, Dutch
tradesmen with whom the exile has to
deal at Doorn, and also the workmen
whom he has to engage from time to
time, charge him all that the traffic
will bear.
New Goldfields Diseovered in Russia
Berlin, Oct. 28.-Discoveries of new
goldfields in different parts of Russia
are reported by a German trade
lournal.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large.
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources.........$5,000,000.00
Noithwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

JOURNALISM STUDENTS HAVE
CHANCE TO DO PRACTICAL WORK
Students enrolled in classes in jour-
nalism are now to get practical ex-
perience in news-writing and editing.
by preparing their work for publica-
tion in local papers and for syndica-
tion through the Associated Press.
News stories and articles of interest'
and importance that have news value;
are edited by students in the classeb
and are published in the Ann Arbor
Times-News under the name of the
student who writes them. Material is,
also prepared for the Associated Press
and sent to other cities for publication.
The plan of having students edit
copy for newspapers gives them not.
only practical experience but a stim-
ulus toward good work, for a record
is kept of the work done in terms of
"inches" published, and, according to
Prof. John L. Brumm, head of the de-
partment, this will figure in the record
of the man at the end of the year.
Cotton Exebange Opened at Rotterdam
Rotterdam, Oct. 28.-To facilitate
trade in cotton with Germany and
America, a cotton exchange, which
will control a storage capacity up to
100,000 bales, has been opened here.

CHEMICAL LIBRARY RECEIVES
SEVERAL VALUABLE BOOKS
Several new and valuable books
have come into the chemistry library
lately according to Miss M. F. Mc-
Louth, librarian. Of a non-technical
nature are two copies of "The Einstein
Theory of Relativity" by H. A. Lorentz,
and "Non-technical Chats on Iron and
Steel" by L. W. Spring. Some of the
new technical books are: "A Short
Handbook of Oil Analysis," by A. H.
Gill; "Hand-made Paper and Water-
marks," by P. Hubbard, and "Zusam-
menstellvng %der Patente auf dem
Gehiete der Organishen Chemie," by
A. Winther.
STUDENTS NOT IN DIRECTORY
SHOULD WRITE ADDRESS CARDS
The local postoffice is desirous of
having all students whose addresses
are not in the directory to A11 out a card
at the postoffice with their name and
address thereon.
A large amount of mail is continu-
ally waiting at the postoffice for want
of an address. Students desiring
prompt delivery of their mail should
be certain that their address is filed.

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We are Showing a
Complete Line of
THE
G ORDON
OUTDOOR
COATS
Sheep lined, with Fur
Collar
Fur Collar Overcoats
Black and Dark Brown
Napa Glove Leather
Coats
Three-quarter Lengths
and Knee Lengths
ALL IN THE
REVERSIBLE
STYLE
The largest assortment
of these serviceable
coats we have ever
shown for, your appro-
val. Our PRICES are.
the lowest consistent
with quality.

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Newberry Tea Room
432 SOUTH STATE JUST OPPOSITE U. HALL
OPEN 10 A. M. TO6P.M. SUNDAY 4 TO 8 P. M.
LUNCHEON 11:30 TO 1 P. M.
WE WILL SERVE ANYTHING YOU LIKE
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TINKER Q COMPANY
CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS AND HATS S. STATE ST. AT WILLIAM ST.

Afternoon'
if;

Teas or Dinner
arranged for in advance

Parties

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FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
Corner State and Liberty

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TVTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
Crowded every meal
BUT
Room for All Our
Last years customers
One half block South
of "MAJ"

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LEANERS
PRESSERS
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Ladies Patty Gowns a Specialty
SLIGHT CHANGES
IN THE
D.,, J., & C. RY.
TIME TABLE

The School Amendment Says:
"All residents of the State of Michigan between the ages
of five and sixteen years, shall attend the public school in
their respective district until they have graduated from the
eighth grade."
If it is Adopted:
All schools other than public schools will be closed.
120,000 children will be thrown on the public school system.
$70,000,000 will be needed for new buildings.
$7,000,000 will be added to your annual burden of taxation.
No teachers are available for this work.
Vote N0
ON THE SCHOOL
AMENDMENT
LUTHERAN CAM..sAN.COMIT
LUTHRNCMAG OMTE

Effective Tuesday, November
2, the first limited car bound for
Detroit will leave Ann Arbor at
6:05 a.m., five minutes earlier
than at present.
The first express car for De-
troit will be at 7:05 a.m., five
minutes earlier than under the
present schedule.
Other limiteds, expresses and
locals will continue on the present

A. H. CADY, Supt.

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J., & C. Ry.

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