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HALL COPLES HRECUR)
Enrollment of SI(d31ts Frem This
Slate by kni nti(s Showii

FAMILIES NEEDI
$10,000 INCOME
-FRIDAY
"Every family in America should
~iv income of $10000 to $12.000

STUDENTS NOW ABLE TO GET
CANOES OUT OF STORAGE

LAW SCH
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NG OF

A record of the present enrollment
of stutsoftheih a year to lead a comfortable, material
i the Unversity hs b c existence," said Prof. David Friday
by Registrar Arthur (i. Ial .The r- in an address at the Detroit Central
ord shows the staeen~iiroih;uent lhigh school Sunday afternoon.
courtisw, ad also gives the nuberEProfessor Friday said that at the
of high schools in the county, their I present time 80 per cent of all the
enrollhent lUniversity accreditey, families in this country are getting
and the population of the county by less than $3,000 a year, and based on
the 1910 census. ythe production how could not hope
Where the number of students sent to get more unless some method could
to the University by a conty is small, Je devised to make men work as they
Sdid doring the war.
1'.31A ~ tAJ.fF 1 LU W hn LUc i31FS } ir ,U11UU~rin 5n111

Considerable criticism of the man-
agement of the Saunders' Canoe livery
was caused during the past week by
the refusal of the assistant manager,
G. H. Stokes, to open the storage
docks that students who had canoes
stored there night use them.
The difficulty was explained yester-
day by Mr. Stokes, who said that hav-
ing been instructed that the storage
period extended until April 1, and not
having access to the storage records,
as well as no acquaintance with the
students who claimed to have canoes
in storage, he felt that he had no right
to open the docks until the return of
Mr. Saunders, who has been out of the
city during the past w ek. Upon Mr.
Saunders' return Sunday the matter
was cleared up and canoe owners
may have their "ships" out of storage
as soon as they wish them.

A pen and ink drawing of Tho
M. Cooley, former Dean of the la
school, has been presented tr theU
school by Eugene 11 .russin
who is practicing law in hicago T
drawing is by Thomas Nast who,
years ago, was probably the mc
eminent cartoonist in the country a:
whose drawings are now rare a:
have a high value, according to I~e
Henry M Bates of the Law school.
Appreciation for the gift- of M
Prussing was expressed by De
Bates, who said it would be one of t
most valued possessions of ,the LL
school. The picture will probably
hung in ol'e of the lecture rAoms
the building.
Former l)ean dobley had a recc
of long service with the Univers
and in national affairs, having serve
as a professor in the Law schodl fro
I -r 41 n 1 1,,, . . a +

Prescription Store
Cor, . State and N. Univ. Ave.
Phone 308

ue recoru s11Uws 1110 ga schools III
the county to be few, if any, and their
enrollment small. lint one student is
enrolled from Keeeniw couty, in
the northern )rt C thestate, tere
being no high chool there at all.l

"Raising wages depends on two
things," he said, "volume of produc-
Lion and the share of that production
which labor gets. The natural income
of 1,, inited States is between 70 and
75 billion dollars as compared to 13

rig[_t uult-t('ml ;9meltl'-:>wen Ibillion dollars for England before the
rollinent of students by alarge ma-w
jority while n e .t in::in:wr. evae:: s

0. Claude Drake, Prop.

Announcing
f d
display of
S prin Woolens
1921

tenaw and Kent counties.
Summing up now, we find that
diamonds are high priced, first,
because of their intrinsic and
unmatchable beauty; second,
because of the great cost of
mining them; third, because of
the great waste in cutting them;
and fourth, because of what they
stand for in the public estima-
tion. This last reason repre-
sents the best reason why you
should buy Diamonds. Public
estimation combats the conpe-
tition of imitation stones and
holds up the real value of dia-
monds. If you want to be safe
INVEST IN DIAMONDS. Let
us show you some good stones.
SCHLANDERER
SnE o Y , I E d"
Ctj (T','o Good )' .7!?Amona

that the average for each person is
approximately $700. That is the high-
est average possible, because there
isn't any more income. It exceeds
probably every other country except
Canada."
A iitraliau Air Route Survey Complete
Details of the first motorcycle jour-
ney across the continent of Australia,
recently accomplished by Lieut. J. C.
McIntosh, A. F. C., for the purpose of
surveying an air route for the Com-
monwealth Air Board, have just reach-
ed this country.
Faculty to Hear Mental Test Report
Reports on junior colleges and men-
tal tests will be heard by the Univer-
sity faculty at their meeting next
Monday afternoon in Natural Science
auditorium.

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Use the advertising columns of The 1gunt
Michigan Daily to reach the best of duties o
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv. professoi
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Ann Arbor's Finest R
LIKE A KING
Vou Can Din
Come in, sit down to clean sa
your order to a waiter, listen to
of minutes, eat the best cooked
then pay less.
That is What You
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f Dean, also maintaining .
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LIKE A QUEEI
.e Here
nitary places, give
music for awcouple
food in town and

KAHN TAILORED CLOTHES
$40.00 to $65.00
TINKERI& COMPANY
SOUTII STATE ST. AT WILLIAM ST.

rBsiness Policy
QUALITY FIRST is ever our aim,
and the "MOST IMPORTANT FAC-
" TOR" in the conduct of our affairs.
We have concerned ourselves more
. particularly with the question of ren-
dering a HIGH QUALITY SERVICE. -
A very larg- share of our business
has come to us unsolicited, through
recommendation.
We have always aimed to render a
service which would not only reflect
credit on ourselves, but which would
i make our patron's just as proud of their
connections with us. -
A trial of ENERGINE ODORLESS
cleaning will convince the most skep-
tical of our superior DRY CLEANING
service.
PHONE 209 S.
2508 4TH AVE.
CLEANING PRESSING
ANDREAIRING
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We go 6000 miles for the
Turkish tobacco
used in Murad-Why?
Because -Turkish has a "taste -Turkish has a
nmidness -Turkish has a delight-far beyond all
ciprette tobaccos of all other lands-
4urad gives you real enjoyment, and true
deight such as no Tobacco other than 100% Pure
Tukish Tobacco can give.
Facts -Facts -FACTS-!

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