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well you like a
piece of suiting,
remember that it
will have to have,
style and fit before
becoming the suit
that you would
like to wear.
We now have our,
new Spring Suit-
ings in all the new
lors. Come in
and see them, and
our latest style

BROUWER TALKS ON
EUROPE'S SCHOOLS
Prof. H. A. Brouwer, exchange
professor of geology, spoke Thursday
night to the Geological and Geograph-
ical Journal club on "European
schools and Their Method of Study."
Examinations are held usually at
the end of several years and never at
more frequent intervals than once a
year, according to Professor Brouwer,
and oral examinations are given indi-
vidually by the instructors before the
final written examination. Quiz sec-
tions areuunheard of, and students at-
tend lectures only if they wish to. 'At
the close of five or six years in the,
University students may teach, but
they do not receive their degree until
they have writtena thesis , in the
chosen line of work.
Three or four week excursions in
the summer aL : everal week-end
trips are required for graduation in
geology, he said. Geological mapsof
certain territories are drawn by the
students and a thesis is written upon
them for the doctor's degree.

WRITR OFMY CI
MINEA[COMMENTS ON
MAIN PURPOSE OF LOOL
"To bring about a closer relation
between America and China was my
purpose in writing my book," said Mrs.
T. H. Franklin, authoress of "My
Chinese J~arriage." "America must
learn to understand her eastern neigh-
bor better, as she offers great oppor-
tunities for American commercial ex-
pansion, and such an understanding
would help keep the East pacified"
she added.
Mrs. Franklin has had a most unique
experience. She is an Ann Arbor
woman, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
H. 0. Watkins of 911 Monroe street,
but for more than five years has lived
in China with her husband, a Chinese
student whom she met here on the
campus.
Is, Happy in China
Concerning her life in China she is
very happy. She was taken into
Franking's family and learned to love
them in the short time she was there.
The Chinese are a great race, she says,
and she wants to make Americans
realize it and benefit by her experi-
ence.
Mores to San Francisco
In 1918 Frankling was appointed
Consulate to San Francisco. He left
China taking with him his wife and
their three children. He died a short
time afterward from influenza, and
his wife and children returned to -Ann
Arbor, where they are now living..
Mrs. Frankling's plan to stay in this
country for several years until her
children get a start in their education.

Michigan Daily, S
To Student Dir<
NUMBER FOUR

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Hartloff, Maryland, '22, 911 E. Washington. Evansville, Ind., 122
Harvey, Ellura, '25, 418 N. Division. Benton Harbor, 715-J
Hastings, Havilah E., sp., 1019 Hill. Olatne, Kans., 1298-J
Healy, J. C., '23E. 332 E. Jefferson, Northampton, Mass., 2096-M
Heaphy, Merril J., '25L, 913 Mary, 2061-Nb
Heath, Bennette L., '23E, 710 S. Davision. Warren, Pa., 129
Heath, S. A., '23E, 822 Arch. 348-R
Hedetniemi, Thos., '25, 632 Oakland. Beacon
Hellman, Jos., '25, 325 E. Jefferson. Brandfort, S. Africa, 899-J
Hellwarth, Arlen R., '25E, 428 Hamilton. Celina, 0., 2545-M
Herbert, W. Sears, '25E, 207 S. Ingalls. Saginaw, 1808-M
Hershdorfer, Leo J., '23, 224 S. Thayer. Bloomfield, N. J., 1612-R
Heyt, J. Wm., '24, 706 S. Division. Grand Rapids, 60-W
Hieftje, Jaspeh J, '23, 1214 Washtenaw. Grand Haven, 450-J
Hindes, Howard M., '24, 603 S. State. Fremont, 783
Hixson, Diliinger R., '25, 524 Hill. ° Greensberg, Pa., 99-M
Holt, Richard, '24; 506 E. Liberty. Detroit, 283-W
Holt, Nelson A., '24, 606 Oakland. Sturgis; 2744-R
Horvitz, Leona, '23, Martha Cook Bldg. Pittsburg, Pa., 290
Howard, Gordon R., '25M, 1021 Hill. Albion, Neb., 1298-,
Hannah, Eleanor, '23ed, 321 N. Thayer, Detroit, 2246-J
Hammond, Tolan A., '23E, 428 Hamilton. Grand Rapids, 2545-M
Hall, Lucilla J., grad., 957 Greenwood. Wichita, Kans., 2321-M
Haines, Irene M., '25, 212 Twelfth. Petoskey, 439
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Immelman, Jack, '25, 214 S. Ingalls. Paarb, S.. Africa, 1731-W
Ingle, Edward T., '22, 502 E. Jefferson. Spencerville, 0., 2606-W
Jagrowski, Leon, '25Fx, 1026 Greenwood. Detroit, 2862-M
Johnson, Alva H., '24, 518 E. William. Grand Rapids, 1878-W
Johnson, Norman B., '25, 328 E. Jefferson. Louisville, Ky., 548-M
Jones, Thomas Duane, '23, .301 E. Liberty. Charleroi, Pa., 2956-J
Jose, Esteban, '22, 527 Packard. Philippines, 1209-J
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Kaiser, H. L., '23, 1127 Prospect. Maroa, Ill., 601-W
Kalchthaler, Carl W., '23E, 210 S. Thayer. Algonac, 2488-M
Kearney, Daniel P., '22E, 512 S. State. Bath, N. Y., 120
Kepler, Kenneth K., '24, 506 E. Liberty. Marquette, 283-W
(To be continued in Tuesday's issue)

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