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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'he Christmas CardsI

and Stationery
are Ready !!

Dutch Professor Compares frethods(
AtPEuropean AndAmerican Colleges
"There are no written examinations Co-education has been in vogue for
given in the Holland universities more than 30 years in Holland uni-
said Prof. Ernst Cohen, director of : versities. In fact more than 80 per
the Van't Hoff laboratory, University cent of the pharmacists are women.
'of Utrecht, Holland, in a recent inter-- They are also to be found in large
view comparing European universities Enumbers in chemistry, medicine, and
with American institutions. I even in the clergy.
In Holland the education of the In his. stay here last week Professor
younger people is run very much in .(hen felivered a series of lectures
the same manner as in our own count- upon the subject "The Metastability of
ry. The .cy starts to school when he Matter and its Bearings on Chemistry

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Orders for engraved cards are
being received daily. Engrav-
ing and Embossing orders left
with us are executed by the best
engravers in the country.

is about six years old. At seven he
enters one of two types of gymnasi-'
ums, corrsponding to our grammar
and high schools, in one type of which
he has included in his curriculum, in
addition to other subjects, Latin and
Greek. In the other type of gymnasi-I
"m the Latin and Greek are omitted.
He continues in this work until he is
-,out 18, when he may enter a uni-
versity.
Learn Four Languages
The man finishing at one of these

and Physics." He is considered the
world's greatest authority on this sub-
ject as well as one of the most famous
sen in.science today.
RELIGIO)S COURSE
COMMENCES MONDAY
Classes in the first term of the insti-
tute of religious education will meet
from 7 to 8:45 o'clock every Mohday
ntght from Nov. 7 to Dec. 12 in Lane

0. D. MORRILL
17 NICKELS ARCADE
OPEN EVENINGS

THERE'S A DEAL OF
KNOWLEDGE IN BOOKS
-and far from the least of these, as every successful
person knows, is the bank book.
Acquire the bank book habit and you will succeed.
Pay it by check, it is the easiest and safest way.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK
101.105 South Main Street. 330 South State Street
(Nickels Arcade)
Member Federal System

preliminary schools is especially well
equipped with working knowledge of;
languages, for he is required to learn
French, German, and English in ad-
dition to studying his own tongue.
When the man is about to enter a
university, he has to choose betwe' n
four institutions, those at Utrecht.
Leyden, Gronlingen, and Amsterdam.
All of these schools are endowed by
the state except the latter, which is
municipal. Entrance examinations for
these universities are uniform and
practically identical, being regulated
by one law governing all. Work at
these universities covers a period
from five to seven years. Attendance
to lectures and laboratory work is
not compulsory and no written ex-
aminations are given. The first oral
examination comes after about two
years. Two examinations are given,
one informal and the other formal.
Make Social Call
First the student calls on each of
his professors socially, tea or other
drinks and perhaps a cigar being en-
joyed. Then follows an informal quiz.
at the end of which the professor tells
the student his opinion of his work
and whether he thinks the man should
take his finals soon or continue with
his studies longer. When the final
takes place the student may 'receive
his diploma although he may have
been too nervous at the critical mo-
ment to answer satisfactorily.
In the colleges of Holland there is
no highly organized system of inter-
^ollegiate or intramural athletics such
is we have here. Most of the contests
take place very informally. The ony
*erctlleotate event is the annual
rowing contest which is pield very
-,rlv in June.
Another point of contrast lies in tie
fact that the Holland colleges have no"
campuses. The university buildings
^re ser'ttered all over the cities so
that it is very difficult for one to go
fr)m one class to another. To over-
come this handicap nearly all the
students go to and from classes on
bicycles. There is a very decided room
shortage in all Holland university
towns. The idea of unions similar to
our own and of dormitories is just
starting.
State Assists Students
There are no fraternities in their
qeheme. Students who need money
are assisted by the state. By pny ng
a fee amounting to $WO one is entitled
to attend all university lecture and
laboratory courses that he desires for
,Is many years as he wishes. This 1
tuition is paid to the state since all
the schools are supported by the gov-
ernment.

hall, according to an announcement
of the reigious education department
-±f the Student Christian association.
Practical instruction in bible study,
-eligious education and general ac-
"11-,s will be the purpose of the
institute.
Shirley W. Smith, secretary of the
University, will open the first meeting
's toastmaster, at a banquet at 6 o'clock
Monday in the Congregational church.
Prof. J. R. Brumm, of the depart-
ment of journalism, will be the speak-
er of the evening. The following
study group leaders will outline their
programs: Dr. W. A. Stalker, pastor
of the Methodist church; Prof. Leroy
Waterman, of the semetics depart-
ment; Prof. W. D. Henderson, of the
University extension department; C.
H. Griffitts, instructor in psychology;
Mr. L. A. Butler, superintendent of
,he nublic schools of Ann Arbor; and;
Mr. T. M. Iden and Mr. H. C. Coffman,
of the Ann Arbor bible chair. Pre-
liminary organization of classes will
take place at this meeting.
SOLD LIQUOR AT YALE GAME,
CHARGE AGAINST PRISONERS
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 24.-The ar-
rest of Walter R. Lord and George
O'Connell on the Yale university
grounds, charged with illegally trans-
porting and selling liquor, was an
nounced today. Acting on information
given by a student, a state prohibition
officer met Lord on the university
grounds and bought a bottle of liquor
from him.

THE "Y9" INN
AT
LANE HALL
BBEST ' QUALITY OF FOOD
Few extra places, due to fraternity
moving into their own house.
Open to men and w.-men.
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Week End Special!
Peanut Britte
30c, per pound'
"At the Sign of the Flying Bee"
313 So..State Sreet
Harry and Pes:
Sheepskin, Coats
Moleskins, Mackinaws, O'Coats, Cravenetts, and Rain Coats
HUNTING COATS AND BREECHES

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ATTENTION!
second and last order for
uroy Suits goes in tonight
30. Get measured today
u wish to secure one at
contract price of $21.00.
z Clothing Store
217 SOUTH MAIN

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Only

High-Top Shoes, Munson Army and Dress Shoes, Rubber Boots in
Slicker, Knee, Sport and Hip Styles.
JERSEY KNICKER SUITS AND
BREECHES
Remember we are headquarters for Sport, Hiking and Riding Togs
for Ladies and Men and have a large assortment to select from in
Khaki, Whipcord, Corduroy, 0. D., Serge, etc. Also Sport Hose,
Leather and Wrap Puttees.

WOOL BLANKETS

Polo
Shirts

Finest assortment of Auto Robes, Steamer Rugs, and Army
Blankets. Priced $2.50 up.

TOM WYE COATS

-Also sweaters for Ladies, Gents and.Children.

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We have the Reg. 0. D.Wool Army Shirts, also Dress
Shirts, underwear, all kinds of Hosiery and Auto Gloves
at less than regular price.
GILLETTE RAZORS WITH SIX BLADES in handy case at $1.25
Surplus Supplies Store, 213 N. 4thAv.
"It pays to walk a few blocks"

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711 N. University

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FINCHLEY

5 West 46th St.

NEW YORK

Showing Fine Overcoats at $50-'60

Burberry Coats $65 and $80

Finchley

Ready-to-put-on

Garments

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Hats, Caps, Neckwear, Shirts, Underwear, Sport and Golf Wear

324 South State

Over Calkins-Fletcher

Represented by Red Kilgore

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