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THE

CHICAN

)A ILY

EVIEW EXPECTED TO
BE OUT BY LAST OF WEEK
December number of the Law
will be out the latter part of
ek if ther.e are no. further de-j
the printers. As the galley
VTTLE'S
JNCH ROOM
rowded every meal
BUT
Room for All Our

proofs have already been taken it is
expected that the printing of this
issue can be started immediately.
Although the November number came
out but a week ago, the editors of the
Review state that they hope that such!
delays will not happen again.1
PHONE 166
TRUBEY
218 sOUTH MAIN
QUALITY ICE CREAM

THE CGA_.IL

Tests ily Physics Department Show
Fitness Of Student To Take Courses

JOHN CRANE
Coal, Coke and Wood
Office - 208 E. Washington St.
Office Phone 623-F-2 Yard 623-F-2

J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMIETRIST
The Store 9f Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
ANN ARBOR, - - MICHIGAN

years custQmers
aif block South
of "MAJ",

Caters to Fraternities and
Sororities

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"I

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Ford is a RATTLING good car but who

n't rather ride in a

CADILLAC
It Costs the Same

Phone 1625 All Inclosed Cars
Christmas Goods ,

Now on Display

Ivory Toilet Articles, Perfun s,
Safety Razors, Cameras,
Stationery, Manicure Sets

The significance of the preliminary
tests conducted by the physics de-
partment at the beginning of course I
last year was brought out in the re-
port of Prof. D. L. Rich at the last
meeting of the faculty of that depart-
ment-.
Consisting of simple mathematical
and algebraic processes, the tests
aimed more to discover the general
mathematical background of the stu-
dent than the difficulty of the prob-
lems which he might be able to solve.
A time limit was set to show the
facility with which a student could
transfer from one type of operation
to another without deliberation.
"It is known," the report stated,
that work is often selected by stu-
dents who, being inadequately pre-
pared, waste their own time as well
as time of others. In most classes bet-
ter work could be done if the poorer
members were dropped. If some sort
of a preliminary test could be devised
which would show the fitness or un-
fitness of a student for a particular
course, some of the cotspicuously im-
possible students who are sure to get
an E anyway might be persuaded to
drop the course.
"While no definite opinion can be
formed without extensive data cover-
EUROPE CANOT REPAY
BANKRUPTCIES WOULD RESULT IF
OUR BANKERS DEMANDED
PAYMENT
(By Associated Press)
Ann Arbor, Mich., De. .-Europe
never will repay the billions of dollars
loaned by the United States during
the war or pay interest on these loans,
in the opinion of Prof. David Friday,
economist, and a member of the fac-
ulty of the University of Michigan.
"Europe cannot send us gold and
the only manner in which our former
allies can pay is in goods," said Pro-
fessor Friday. "Foreign goods of suf-
ficient quantity to pay the interest on
the debt to the United States, if
dumped on our markets each year,
would mean ruin to American Indus-
try. The United States will be un-
willing to accept payment in manu,
factured articles and must forfeit the
$15,000,000,000 due this country.
Mistake to Give Up Claims
"Our government would make a
mistake to give up our claims now or
to surrender all of them at any one
time. The tine will come when Euro-
pean mischief makers can be bribed
to smooth out their differences, and
the deduction of a part of the amount
due us can be used to this end. Such
a course will help to keep peace in
Europe and put the United States in
the position of a dictator.
One Cause of Credit Inflation
"We have granted European na-
tions credit of five and one-half bil-
lion dollars since the war. This part-
ly is the cause for the great inflation
of bank credit that 'exists in America
today. Our manufacturers have sent
goods to Europe secured by credit in
the banks of this country. If our
bankers demanded payment it would
mean thousands of bankruptcies in
Europe and America. Our bankers
must be content to leave these loans
on their books."
Dr. Flexuer Vists Dean Vaughan
Dr. A. Flexner of the Rockefeller
foundation in New York, was the guest

of Dr. V. C. Vaughan, at the Medical
~school yesterday.

T(

the Student

ing a period of years, it was found
that 75 per cent of the students mak-
ing a grade lower than 30 per cent in
the preliminary examination received
an E for the semester. The marks
made on the tentative tests were not
disclosed to the various instructors
until the end of the semester in order
to guarantee an unprejudiced final
grading."
In correlating grades with final
marks it was brought out that of those
students getting above 80 per cent not
one failed to, pass the course, while
63 per cent made A or B grades. For
some unknown reason two students
getting below 20 per cent dropped the
course immediately.

. WHO CONSIDERS
HIS TIME VALUABLE

II

CAN you afford to take a long
drawn out class-coursenin
dancing, because it is inex-
pensive?
WOUJL)N"T you prefer a course,
taken at your convenience, as
many lessons as you need,
and at any time you desire?
TIME IS MONEY

Woven to'War
THESE days when you want every
dollar to do its"full duty, buy shirts that
wear. Eagle Shirts are made of pedi.
greed fabrics-woven with the stuff in.
them-woven to wear. The makers
weave their own cloths to make sure of
that. Make your next shirt an Eagle.

WHY NOT COME TO

Le~erne If.
I HA LSEY'
Dance Studios
1 WUERTH ARC
IL:_ _ _

All Shirts 201 Discount
J. F. WUERTH CO.
Next to Wuerth Theatre

S

:ADE "

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THE EBERBACH & SON CO
200 - 204 EAST LIBERTY STREET

L AN DERS
OR
LOWR

Flowers of Quality

0

3 E. LIBERTY ST.

715 N. UNIV.

.AVE.

PHONE 294F1 =F2

Why are you so InsistentI

M rs. Fox was bragging
number of her cubs.
"How many cubs do y
one time? she asked the L
"Only ONE," replied
*9

one day about the large
you bring into the world at
IONESS.
the Lioness-" bpJ ji a

Because

fr. Besimer's Beefsteak
Dinners are so Hard

Soph Lits to hold Smoker Thursday
Arrangements are being completed
for the Sophomore lit smoker which
will be held at 7:30 o'clock Thursday
in the Michigan Union. Tags, at a
price of 50 cents, areanow on sale.
AMy Dairy Lunch;I
Our food is the best-
Our prices are right
HOURS
7A.M.TO 1P.M.
5 P.M. TO 7 P. M.
SUNDAYS
_8 A. M. TO 7:30 P.M.
512 EAST WILLIAM STREET
:E[1ItI II tltl Iilltltllillft ll~ tfflilfll

MURADS COST 20 CENTS for a BOX
of 10-BUT THEY'RE MURADS!
MURADS would be lower priced if we left out
all or part of the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the puret
and best varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior
grades of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS-they'd only be
FoRS!

to Equal

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Opposite D. U. R. Station
Just Above Rae Theatre

Special attention is called
to Murad 20s in Tin Boxes

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