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September 29, 1921 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-09-29

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years now has an outside fire exit andj
VFOR is equipped with arm chairs for ap-
proximately 250 students.
[ION Ilo~~l To the right of the main entrance
101 nuoM::: :r::
is a recitation room reserved cx-
been remodeled ,elusively for the latin department.
classrooms and a Historical philosophy, ethics, french.,
The auditorium and psychology classes will be trans-
used for several ferred to the recitation rooms.

DEN CABOT OUTLINES
MEDICL SCHOOL POLICY

LAUDS PREDECESSOR, DR.
GRIAN, IN OPENING
ADDRESS

'CAN DAILY

VAU-

PROMINENT CHURCHMEN
COMING TOST.ANREWS
Due to the fact that no regular rec-
tor has as yet been appointed to fill
the pulpit at St. Andrew's Episcopal
church, the vestry has made an un-
usual schedule of preachers for Sun-
days from now until the first of the
year.

Three bishops have signified their
willingness to fill the pulpit. Bishop
Wiliams, of this diocese, will preach
Nov. 5 and one other date to be an-
nounced later, Bishop McCormick,of
Western Michigan, on Nov. 13 and 20,
and Bishop Remington, of South Da-
kota. for two Sundays late in Novemb-
er or early in December.
Next Sunday morning , Dr. Henry
ST, (k, rector emeritus of the parish,
will fill the pulpit.

DI

At last a plh
been waiting
meal that you
Rates
Three Beals a.
Luneh and Si
SOLOMO

ARE YOU EATING?"

"TUTTLE'S

OF COURSE,"

YOU'LL ANSWER IF YOU'RE WISE.
Ask the ones who eat there
TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
338 MAYNARD STREET

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and

Home SuppliesI

"I find myself this morning in ,a
difficult position. bifficult for two
reasons, firstly, because I am taking
up the reins laid down by a great
man, and secondly, because this is a,
time when many problems in the
teaching of medicine press for solu-
tion," said Dean Cabot in his address
at the opening of th.e medical school
Tuesday.
Praising the work of his predeces-
sor, Dean Vaughan, Dr. Cabot pointed
out that the medical school and its
faculty stand as Dr. Vaughan's monu-
ments. In conclusion of this praise
Dean Cabot remarked, "we may prop-
erly regard him as one of the greatest
medical educators that this country
has ever produced."
After discussing his policy, Dean
Cabot stated his attitude toward the
relation of the faculty andthe medical
profession: "I think I may safely say
that the faculty will be found upon
the side of the medical profession,
that it will always sympathize with
the demands of the public for im-
proved medical service but that it
will cast the weight of its influence
in favor of those changes which main-
tain' the dignity of the profession and
olppose those which reduce the profes-
sion to hirelings of the state, of the
community, or of the corporation."
Eastern Artist
xahibits Pencil
Drawings Here

- A
ON EXIIBIT Ar
308 SOUTH STATE STREET
2nd Floor

ASTARR BEST
(IN C.)
RANDOLPH AND WABASH
CHICAGO
COLLEGE DEPARTMENT

A STYLISH OXFORD

FOR FALL

READY TO
SHOES.
DOMESTIC
HATS

t

MADE OF GENUINE IMPORT

SCOTCH

GRAIN

LEATHER

IN

EITHER A BOX TOE OR A NEW
SOFT TOE. BLACK OR BROWN
$15.00.

THE QUARRY

Drug and Prescription Store

JAMES H. C
Repres4

AUDE DRAKE, Prop.

STATE and N. UNIVERSITY

F..

PHONE 308

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and

Laboratory Supplies }

Self-filling, of course
- and takes a long
drink with a regular
1918 thirst.

THE Parker'
End-Filler is
Safety-Sealed. .No
"do-jigger" on the
barrel.

(By L. 0. Gs.)
Twelve pencil drawings by 0. R.
Egger, the New York artist, are on
display in the architectural corridor
of the Engineering building. A more
intriguing collection is rarely to be.
seen anywhere, and it can be held
only jhrough the month of October.
Pencil" drawings have a sort of in-
formal charm anyhow. But especially
these of Mr. Egger's; they verily elic-
it wonder and admiration for what he
has been .able to do with an humble
stick of graphite. The scenes are bits
of architectural setting, unescapably
charming, embodying our early Am-
erican ideals. The Old Courthouse,
Philadelphia; Rossville Tavern, Stat-
en Island; Trinity Church, Newport;
Street Bridge, Hartford; to name a
third of the number, are pictured in
all the appeal of antique surface, cool
shadows, and 'picturesque suround-
ings. This Mr. Egger has been able to
rub off the end, of a pencil.
The drawings can be seen anytime
during the day, and at night a light is
kept burning in the corridor until the
building closes.
Tryouts for School of Music Glee Club
Try-outs for the School Hof Music
Glee club will be held frgm 10 to 11
o'clock Saturday morning and from
3:30 to 5:30' o'clock Tuesday after-
noon at the University School of
Music. All women who desire to try
out must be interested in voice and
enrolled in The School of Music. The
Glee club has plans for a Most suc-
cessful year, several trips being an at-
tractive feature.
Tickets for Packard dance at $1.00.
-Adv.

NEW FALL
WOOLENS
IMPORTED

NEW F2
WOOLE
DOMES]
RN
ILORING ANNOUN CEMENT

Ntr S

'1

FALL TA

The New Woolens represent the pick of the Imported and Domestic markets.

These are the garments with the real
hand-tailored excellence. They give

that feel of comfort, always fit smooth-
ly over the shoulders and stay Up well
around the neck.

.,AUC KY CERe
R
SA F~ T - S EA L7
Fountdin Pens

Drop in and inspect these neW materials
'WINKER & COMPANY
SOUTH STATE STREET AT WILLIAM
CLOTHIERS, IURNISHERS & HATTERS

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EIICHIGAN'S

BEST

BOOKSTORE

has all summer long been preparing to Serve You Better than ever before
with an enormous stock of New and Second-hand TEXT BOOKS for all
departments.
Drawing Instruments, Lab Supplies, Loose-leaf Note Books, Fountain Pens,etc.
You are assured a cordial greeting and your moneys' worth at

WAHR'S

UNIVERSITY

BOOKSTORE

316 STATE STREET

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