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The Michigan Daily, 1921-01-05

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THE MICHIGANDAL

DAILY

ARY OFFER NEW
HDI2DuiAY onrR

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reading. Highway transport surveys son of methods of transport of pas-
will cover the subjects of traffic classi- sengers and commodities by highways,
fication and census, methods of esti- railways and waterways, municipal
mating future highway transport, in- haulage, municipal delivery systems,
vestigations of highway routes, trans- store door delivery, inter-city haulage,

START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT!
LEARN TO DANCE AT ANN ARBOR'S
PREMIER. DANCING SCHOOL

IIII V 111I U U U tI1 U L U port legislation and regulations, rural
Iand urban transportation opportuni-I
Will be Specially Adapted to News of ties, competing carriers, including
Business A dministration riallway and waterw-a.y transport facili-
Students ties, which would affect a transpor-
____tation business, Theory and econom-
EXPECT TO START WORK AT ic s of highway improvements will in-
BEGIlNNING OF NEXT FM4,ll S'1'EI dude highway systems, the individual
______ highway, drainage systems, locations,
Insiten deandsforhigwayintersections, widths, cross sections,
trnsistet c drems foru highwsa y n-curves, grades, selection of type of
transport curseshbyeBusiesAdmiofn- arngcourse for the surface of the
istration tudent, hve causedrros.n1offroads andl
A. H. Blanchard, of the Highway En-pae nt.Tsedfrnt hss
ginerin an'' ighwy Tansortde-will all be taken up from the stand-
partoint of the Engineering College,' point of highway transp~ort economics.
to consider offefing two courses in
highway transport, second semester, Is Practical Course
which will be open to students en- The other course, which is "High-
rolled in either the College of Litera- way Transport Economics, Methods,
ture, Science, and the Arts, or the En- Legislation and Management," will
gineering College. merit the same number of hours of
Two Courses credit as the first one. It will be some-
These courses will be called C. E. what of a practical application of
41. and C. E. 44. C. E. 41 will be a business problems to highway trans-1
study of "Highway Transport Surveys portation.
and the Theory and Economics oft The subjects covered in this course
Highway Improvements." Two hours: will be somewhat varied. These are:
credit will be given and the courseI a history of American and foreign
will consist of lectures and library transport methods, economic compari-

long and short rural haulage, rural
}motor express, plant and factory haul-
age, horse transportation methods,
terminal clearing houses.
Large Enrollment Expected
Other items taken up, from a prac-
tical viewpoint are: legislation per-
taining to weights, dimensions and
speeds of motor trucks,, tractors, trail-
ers and motor buses, franchises for
highway transport routes, and funda-,
mentals of efficient management of theI
different highway transport methods
will be systematically considered, such
as administration and organ izat ion ofr
transport companies, cost and record
systems, and elements of cost opera-'
tion of motor vehicles.
Due to the wide interest already
shown by Business Administration1
students, Prof. Blanchard anticipates
a large enrollment in these courses.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily. to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
SPatronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

THURSDAY, JANUARY SIXTH, NINETEEN TWENTY-ONE
WE WVILL OPEN AGAIIN WITH FIVE PRIVATE STUDIOS
LARGE ASSEMBLY HALL FOR PUPILS' PRACTICE
ALL FOIF3E , PUPILS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THlE OPENING
AT EIHT O'CLOCK
OPEN HOUSE
YOU ARE WELCOME ! COME AND VISIT OUR STUDIOS
ANNOUNCEMENT
lI lie futuare all lessensis will be conducted' by Mr. and Mrs. Halsey ,

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WUERTH0

ARCADE~

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ENERGINE CLEANING SATISFIES THE WHOLE FAMILY
E E G N US D E C U I E Y B USWe have the sole rigrht to use Energine, which is the highest priced solvent

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OIC R EAMr
The entire personnel of our

used for dry cleaning.
It is the only solvent that is not ill-smelling. It -cleans all
etc., and leaves theme odorless, which no other solvent does.
Visit the dry cleanin plants and convince yourselves.

y. $

garments,

furs,}

Ann Arbor branch

is eager to

render service,

THEATRICAL MAKE UPS
A COMPLETE LINE or

PHONE
2508
CLEANING,

PRESSING.,

209 SOUTH
FOURTH AVE.
REPAIRING

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Stein's

Grease

Paints,

Creams,

Pow-

ders," Rouge Liners, etc,
The Eberbach&S Co
200-204 EAST LWIERTY STREET
PRE-I'NVENTORY1

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SHOE

SALE

f.

It's stock-taking time again and, as is our custom, we shall do
our level best to close out a big share of our stock before tak-
lug inventory,
YOUR DOLLARS WILL HAVE MORE VALUE HERE
THAN THAT FIXED BY UNCLE SAM
(MEN'S SHOES)

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$16.00; Cordovan ,Brogues, now..
$15.00 Plain Brogues, now......
$15.00 Calf Brogues, now..... .
$15.00 Plain Calf, now... ,. . .. .
$14.00,Plai'n Calf, no..... .
$12.00 and $12.50 Calf, now,...
$10.00 Calf, now , ,. ®e . . . . . ..
$ 8,50 Brown Shoes, now.,..tt

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WOMEN'S SHOES REDUCED IN SAME PROPORTION
GROSS. and DiIZEL
117 EAST WASHINGTON STREET

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