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December 02, 1921 - Image 6

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___THE MICHIGAN DAILY_

HOMOEOP MERGER'
is IMPOSSIBLE,
STATE ALUMNuS
PROMINENT GRADUATE DECLARES
STAFF MUST CONTINUE
SEPARATE
WOULD RATHER HAVE
COLLEGE ABOLISHED
Says In Interview That Yearly Cost
To State Has Averaged Less
Than $17,000
"If homeopathy has served its pur-
pose and is no longer -useful to hu-
manity as a separate science, I agree
with Dean Hinsdale when he says that
the school and hospital at the Uni-
versity of Michigan should be entirely
abolished, withou-t going through the
form of amalgamating it with the
Medical school," said a prominent
alumnus of the Homoeopathic school.
"Has Sailed Elsewhere"
"It has certainly been demonstrated
in other universities and colleges that
such an amalgamation or merging is
not only impractical, but impossible.
The teaching of the science and prac-
tical application of homoeopathy can
be accomplished only by clinical in-
struction by a united staff sympathetic
with the principles of homoeopathy
and understanding it fully. Such a
staff could not be maintained under
the circumstances of the proposed
merger.
"The two schools are already amal-
gamated as far as is practical and
satisfactory. The first two yers are
now taken together, with but few ex-
ceptions. Under this system, the two
schools have been run at a minimum
expense to the people of the State of
Miichigan. Figures covering the past
five years show that the average year-
ly expense of the Homoeopathic school
and hospital has been- less than
$17,000.
Cost Would be Same
"With the number of students now
taking homoeopathy, it would cost ap-
proximately the same to maintain the
.ncreased staff and equipment. which
would be necessary if the study and
practice of homoeopathy were to be
placed under the other department of

GLEE CLUB PLANS TRIP
EAST IN SPRIN RECESS
RECEPTION AT FIRST CONCERT
MAKES POSSIBLE REVIVAL
OF CUSTOM
Prospects of an eastern trip for the
Varsity Glee and Mandolin club dur-
ing the next spring vacation were'
given an impetus by the success of the
club's first concert of the season, giv-
en Tuesday at Hill auditorium.
The club, which during the past few
years has made few out-of-town trips,
is anxious to leave the immediate vi-
cinity and tour outlying states, as was
the custom during the earlier days
of the musical organization, when
trips to the coasts were not infre-
quent. The success of the concert
Tuesday, both from the standpoint of
fineness and reception by the audi-
ence, makes an eastern trip most
probable, according to Charles E.
Futch, '23M, president of the organ-
ization, and Gordon F. Godley, '22E,
manager.
At the present time no definite plans
have been made, nor has the itiner-
ary of the proposed tour been decided,
upon. It is thought most likely, how-
ever, that Cleveland, Youngstown, and
Pittsburg would be among the cities
to be visited. Definite steps will be!
taken in the near future to determineI
the sentiment in these cities, and give
the organization a basis for plans.
Plan Development of Colorado River
Riverside, Cal., Dec. 1.-An open
forum, international in its attendance,
will be held here December 8, 9, and
10 on the question of development of
the Colorado river under auspices of
the League of the Southwest.,

PHIL PPINE, NEED
U. S.,, SAYS WOOD
Washington, Dec. 1.-The Philip-
pine Islands should remain in their
"present general status" until the
people there "have had time to absorb
and thoroughly master the power al-
ready in their hands," former Major
General Leonard Wood, now governor
general, and W. Cameron Forbes,,
'ormner governor general, say in their
report to President Harding, based on
their six months' study of conditions
in the islands.
"We are convinced," they say, "that
it would be a betrayal of the Philip-
pine people, a misfortune to the Am-
erican people, a distinct step back-
ward in the path of progres, and a,
discreditable neglect of our national
duty were we to withdraw from the is-
lands and terminate our relationship
there without giving the Filipinos the
best chance possible to have an order-
ly and permanently stable government.
"We feel that with all of their many
YOU WILL ALWAYS
FIND
Flowers
Iand Plants
of the
Finest
Quality
at
1, 0WER
'New T oi o-320 E. Liberty
Uranch-Neaxt Arcade Theatre

excellent qualities, the experience of, not been such as to justify the people Daily Want Ads Pav.-Adv.
the past eight years, during whichIof the United States in relinquishing
they have had practical autonomy has' supervision of the government. Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
OUR BAUQUET HALL
HAS BEEN ENLARGED AND IS BEING COMPLETELY REDECORATED. THE QUAL-
ITY OF OUR DINNERS REMAINS AT ITS USUAL HIGH STANDARD -
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INN
PHONE 46 200 NORTH 4TH AVE.
TAILOI ED AT
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Are We Right?
Are we right in believing that you want an Overcoat that
costs as little as quality will permit, wears long, looks well
and really protects you? We're ready with such coats -
developed for us by our tailor shop at Fashion Park.
$35 to $50- Others $18 to $30
The store for useful gifts for Father, Brother, or Son.
The J. F. Weurth Co. Store
Next to Weurth Theatre

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DODGE CABS

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USALE ampus
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CVSTOMER$

Starts

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TO ACCOMODATE OUK STUDENT

Our expanding Shoe Business has forced a move

to larger quarters.

We intend to stock our new

We are giving the same prices at our C
Bootery, 304 State Street, as well as at our
town store, 120 East Liberty Street.
Remember this is not sale junk but our
stock of new Fall and Winter Footwear.

,ampus
down-
entire

store at 122 East Liberty Street with an entirely
new stock of shoes and fixtures..

Profits Have Been Forgotten- Every Pair Must Be Sold By Jan.

1st

Just a Few of the Many

Bargains

for Men

Just a Few of the Many Bargains for Women

Men's $12.00,
Florsheim Shoes
and Oxfords
7.85
and 8.85
Men's $10.00 New
Shoes and Oxfords
including Brogues
Cut to $6.85 and
$7.85
About Fifty Pairs
Men's $7.00 and $8.00
Shoes, cut to
$4.45

Men's $12.00
Calf and Cordovan
Brogues
$7.85
and $8.85
Men's $7.00 Shoes
New Styles
Cut to $4.85 and
,$5.45
One Big Lot
Men's Dress Shoes
$6, $7 and $8 value
Cut to
$3.85

Men's $10 and $11
New Brogues, Black
and Tan, Cut to
$7.85
Men's $6 and $7
Shoes and Oxfords
Black and Brown
$4.85

Women's $11, $12, and
$13 New Styles
Finest Shoes made
Cut to $8.85 some
$7.85
$9.00 Shoes and Oxfords,
newest styles and leather
$6.85 and
$7.45
One Big Lot of $9.00 Brown
Boots, $5.85
One Big Lot of $8.00 Brown
and Black Boots, $4.85

Women's $12 Cordovan
Oxfords, very best grade,
while they last
$8.85
800 pairs Women's
New $8.00 Brogue
Styles, cut to
$6.85
75 Pairs of Women's New
$6.50 Black Shoes, medum
low heels, cut to
$3.95
(a rare bargain)

$10.00 Shoes and .
Oxfords, Brogues or
plain cut, Black and
Rich Brown, all-styles
$7.85
$7.50 and $8.00 Styles
Shoes and Oxfords
Black and Brown
Cut to
$5.85
One Big Collection of
Women's $5, $6 and $7
Shoes and Oxfords
Cut to
$2.98

Mei's
$x.00
$6.00
$4.00

Work Shoes
Value, now
$5.4;
Value, now
$4.45
Value, now
$2.98

MEN'S RUBBERS AND BUCKLE

ARCTICS

WOMEN'S BUCKLE ARCTICS AND RUBBERS

Men's $1.50 First Quality Dress Rubbers cut to................$1.19
Men's $2.50 Storm Alaskas, First Quality, cut to. ................$1.89
$4.50 and $5.00 4-Buckle Arctics ...........................$3.98

All $4.50 4-Buckle
Arctics cut to
$3.85
Al first quality goods

Women's $4.00
3-Buckle Arctics, lowu
heel, broad toe, cut to
$3.45

New $1.10 and $1.25 Rubbers,
newest style heel, cut to
89c
One big lot of first quality
bigh heel Rubbers, cut to

EXTRA SALESMEN A LL SYTHE

120 E. Liberty St.

WILL GIVE
PROMPT SERVICE

CAMPU S

6 00T ERY

NO APPROVALS
.O CHARGES
NO EXCHANGES

304 So. State St.

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