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November 18, 1921 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, NOVE

I

BOTTO SGiE LECTURE
ON OPERATIONS MONDAY

Dr. Hugh Cabot, dean of the Med
cal school will speak on "The Histoi
of Operations for Stone in the Bla
der" at 8 o'clock next Monday nig)
in Natural Science auditorium.
This is the first of a series of le
tures which are to be conducted und
the auspices of Alpha Omega Alph
honorary upperclass medical societ
through which the public will be giv
an opportunity to become acquaint,
with the special work that is beir
done by the various medical faci~l
men at the University of Michigan,f
well as with other phases of medicin
Library Notes

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All departments of the library will
be closed on Thanksgiving.
One of the books which is attracting
much attention in the early map ex-
hibit in the lower corridor of the li-
brary is the Appianus Cosmography.
The original shown was printed in
1524 and is the most valuable item in
the exhibit. It is the property of Al-
bert Hyma, grad.
The following new books have been
received in the library and are avail-
able for general circulation:
"Mountain Interval," by Robert
Frost. This book contains a number
of poems which Mr. Frost has read
since his arrival here.
Drinkwater's "Mary Stuart." Drink-
water will be remembered as the
author of the book "Abraham Lincoln"
which was so well received when dram-
atized last year.
"Uses of Diversity," by Chesterton.
Lovers of essays will be pleased with
[this book.
"The Car that Went Abroad," by A.
B. Payne. A book of travel.
"No Plays of Japan," by Waley. A
collection of Japanese plays..
Twenty-five books dealing with vari-
ous phases of the drama have been
placed on the display shelves in the
second floor corridor.
The extension department of the Li-
brary, which is now located on the
fifth stack floor, will move to the
vacant room above the upper study
hall in the west stack wing as soon
as the work which is being done there
is completed.

LEAPING DENTISTS
TO MEET TONIGHT

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IcCORMICK WOULD
MEET SERVICE MEN
Rt. Rev. J. N. McCormick, bishop
Western Michigan, who has been
eaking to various organizations in
nn Arbor for the past week, has ex-
essed himself as being interested
meeting the men of the University,
pecially ex-service men. While in
ance at the head of all hospital
aplains, he came into contact with
any of the American soldiers.

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(~or's
ICE C R E AnM
IS JUST AS NOURISHING AND DELICIOUS
DURING THE WINTER MONTHS AS IT IS IN
SUMMER. IT KEEPS YOU IN GOOD HEALTH
THE YEAR 'ROUND

HUGHES'
IDEAL HAIR BRUSHES

Sterilized

:: Waterproof

Bishop McCormick will continue his 1111lttiIfIIIIIIIIlllIitilI
visit here throughout this week and tre
will be heard next Sunday morning at Ire
St. Andrew's church. I" rn '"
Under the administration of Gover- "Frack's"k
nor Groesbeck, Bishop McCormick is
chairman of the Michigan social wel-
fare commission, which is trying to = Home.-.
get the support of the University and
state normal schools in its cause.r
Bishop McCormick said he hoped to e$$
see more students enrolled in sociolo-
gy in order to arouse interest in the 11S
work really being accomplished. illilIIIIIIIlliIIllllIIllllI

$1.00 $1.50 $2.00

She Eberbach Q.Son Co.
9 200-204 East Liberty Street 9

TODAY AND SATURDAY

M en representing leading dental in-
terests of the state will meet tonight
at a dinner in the Union. The confer-
ence will consist of the council of the
State Dental society, the State Board
of Examiners, and the faculty of the
dental college.
This dinner conference is an an-
nual affair of the Friday evening pre-
ceding the last big game of the year,
and its purpose is the discussion of
problems in dentistry and the dental
college as they relate to the state.

tuttttttttnlisintttt ti tt ttt tunnil is t sirtu t larn
and Domestic Cheese
Meats and Rye Bread
from Milwaukee
made Cakes and Pies
er 's Delicatessen
9 East Liberty Street

GLOVES

ALMOST
EVERY
LEATHER -
LINED
AND
UNLINED
BUCKSKINS
SUEDES
MOCHAS
CAPES
CHAMOIS SKIN
WOOL

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DIRECTED BY
CHARLES RAY
MATINEE I Real Ray Action, Real Ray Humor, Real Ray Heart-punch
2::00 AND 3:30 inTT A11
EVENINGin R ichard Andres quick-moving play of football, college
7AT ATU8RE and castles in the air. Such--a-thrill!f
STARTS 9 P. M. AS BIG AS "SCRAP IRON"

Tinker &Company
SO. STATE ST. AT WILLIAM ST.

EXCEPTIONAL
ADDED
ATTRACTIONS
ORCHESTRA

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