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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

A Reliable Jeweler
CHAPM AN
118 South Main

OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN E
Rm. 12, Over Arcade Theatre
711 N. University Ave.

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FREE SAMPLEOFE
SHE R WIN- WILLIA NIS
.FLO ORLAC
A WATER-PROOF VARNISH STAIN
FOR
FURNITURE, FLOORS AND
WOODWORK
Made in All Popular Colors
FOR 10c AND THE COUPON BELOW
YOU WILL RECEIVE 3

CABOT DESCRIBES Commun
PAY-CLINIC'S AIM
Editor, The Michiga
DECLARES IT CAN AID MATERI. There is a laudable
ALLY IN REDUCING STATE ation and recognitio
TAXES Michigan campus wh
mendable. But in<
The University hospital pay-clinic, seems to have slippe
according to Dr. Hugh Cabot, dean of men who write or
the Medical school, is not conducted the Union opera bo
in a way similar to the several pay- There are genera
clinics which have been established in eight of these men w
various parts of the country during faithfully, and hope
recent years. hoping that their b
There are two clinics in particular, cepted. The best bo
which treat two distinct classes of the opera, and the o
patients. One is that recently started no recognition wha
in connection with Harper hospital, turned manuscripts
in Detroit. Although it was establish- and weeks' of sear
ed for the same purpose for which they have strained t
other clinics have been established- hunted in every like
namely, to help solve the great prob- laid awake nightsj
lem of bringing expensive modern spirations,' and all1
methods of diagnosis and treatment aspiring writers are
within the reach of the man of moder- I Does it not seem
ate means-it is, nevertheless, com- these men whob
paratively exclusive. Their plan of months of effort that
operation is to charge $25 for a diag- have an opera book
nosis, plus the hospital expenses in- an honorable menti
curred by the patient during the time not be given prefe
consumed in making the diagnosis. sidering appointmen
Should Care for Poor mittees? Surely it i
But this does not take care of the any man to see no n
poor man-the man who has very :ion manifested in
little money, yet does not wish to seek real sacrifice of time
medical care offered as charity. An part.
attempt .has been made to care for Yours for c
this class at the Cornell Medical col- "A Juni
Iege in New York city. They charge
the patient a fee of one dollar, which Church for Unem
is to cover the expense of his care, BOSTON, Nov. 4.-
without profit to the hospital. The the Unemployed,"
doctors who conduct this clinic are without work, which
paid a small salary. in the West End r
Pay Patients Should be Accepted Ledoux, was closed
A staff of expert clinicians is main- across the buildingE
tained at Michigan as a. part of the was "closed until B
faculty of the Medical school. Dr. sense of God."
Cabot considers that there is no rea-
son why a man who can afford to
consult these physicians at regular
prices should be forbidden to do' so

ications
an Daily:
e spirit of appreci-
)n of effort on the
hich is truly com-
one particular it
ed. I refer to the
attempt to write]
oks each year.
lly from four to
vho work ardently,
efully each year,
ooks will be ac-
ok is selected for
other men receive
tever. Their re-
represent hours
ching for ideas:
heir imaginations,
ly place for ideas,
jotting down 'in-
but one of these
obscured.
reasonable that
have contributed
t the Union might
k receive at least
on? Should they
rence when con-
ts for opera com-
is discouraging to
material apprecia-
recognition of a
e and labor on his
onsideration,
or Lit Student"
mployed Closes
-The "Church of
a hotel for men
:h was established
ecently by Urban
d today. A sign
announced that it
Boston regains its

Phone 93 7R tf g S Phone 937
Spotls hn 3
Cleaning Pressing Alterin
Shoe Repairing and Laundry Agency
We Call For and Deliver

CORNER STATE AND JEFFERSON

Wa

SATURDAY

FLOORLAC (regular price)........."... ..... .
BRUSH . . .. . . . . .". . . . . ... ............... . . . .
TOTAL -..... . - - - ..-........... ... - -- - - - - -

..155
..45c

Bring this adv. with you if
you wish to sae one hun-
dred cents on your purchase

ADDRESS..................... ...............................
TOW N ., .... ........ ...................................
This Offer Is Limited - Bring in the Coupon At Once
You save 35c by filling t this coupon and bringing it with 10c to
L E. enz

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Puyear & Hintz

PAINTING AND DECORATING

207 E. Liberty
Ann Arbor

Ypsilanti
114 Pearl

.328 South Main

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Dont Spoil Your Eyes!

merely because he can afford it. Part
of his money may be going into the
very taxes which support the Uni-
versity-yet under the old system he
wag, denied the right to consult here.
"The money which comes in in this
way goes to the University." said the
dean, "to be used in defraying ex-
penses of equipment and salaries. It
operates to lessen the burden of the
tax-payer."
"So long as the state charity
patients receive the same careful at-
tention that they have heretofore re-
ceived, I see no reason on earth why'
we should not conduct this pay clinic
in connection with our hospital," said
Dean Cabot in conclusion.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

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A Talkabout

Crawford

I

WHY WE
CAN'T SHOW
YOU OUTS_
OF CRAWFORD
SHOES -
Simply because all of
our shoes are made to
our especial order and
we cannot get cuts for
them, nor a local artist
to do them justice.
Come and see Them

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Shoes

The young men of Ann Arbor who have bought
brogue oxfords and shoes from usi have been so pleased
with them that we have decided to say something about
them without reference to any particular model.

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buys a brand
$5 new Corona
35portable rype-
writer. Othermae-
at attractive prices.
See us before you buy."
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade Ann Arbor. Mich
PARCEL
DELIVERY

To begin with, the footwear which we offer is always of the newest
mode but still not too flashy and ephemeral in style. We continually
consult student taste in this matter and order accordingly. Every pair
of oxfords or shoes is made to our especial requirements, both from
standpoint of style and material. Nevertheless, you may always count on

rTi. ) who

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TELEPHONE
2700
TRUNKS
N EVERYTHING

for absolute value, whether you find it in Ann Arbor, or at the extremes
of United Staes, north, east, south, and west. Crawford Shoes are made
in Brockton, Massachusetts, by The Charles A. Eaton Company, and it
backs up every pair with its reputation and its guarantee. We second
them in this; if the shoes are not right, bring them back and you can
have youg money or a new pair.

THE
ELGIN
ECONOMY
WATCH
THE HANDY
"EXTRA" WATCH
FOR MEN

Ten Dollars

This is the price on every pair, oxfords or shoes, an extremely moderate price, you must admit,
for superfine material, for specially built footwear, for the newest and best in styles. Every shoe, be-
sides having to meet student taste, has additional features which we request: reinforced soles, particu-
larly constructed vamps, extra strong linings, a sewed lap at the back over the seams, certain lines of
stitching to improve the general appearance, etc. Some shoes have all of these features, some have part,
depending on how they harmonize with the general model. They are worth seeing, worth buying, worth
wearing.

FOR THE

STUDENT
LABORER
FARMER.
OUTDOOR
SPORTS
12 SIZE 16
$15.00

Davis

Toggery

Shop

119 South Main Street

SIZE
$13.60

HALLER & FULLER
State Street Jewelers

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FOR SPEED AND QUALITY

Oscars

First

Class

Shoe

Repair

ka
1114 South
University

ONE DAY SERVICE

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