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THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'TITRSDAY, nCEMBmR 8, 1c

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Lantern Slides

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Daylight or Flashlight
Indoors or Outside

STUDENTS AIDED questing information about the meth-
BY LOCAL BUREAU ods used here in securing employment
for students. UIT UUI
Mrs. Stuart says that she is well;
Twelve to fifteen students daily find pleased with the work done this year
work through the services of the Uni- in securing employment for the ap-
versity Employment bureau, accord-I lcnsadeulypesdt er-
ingtoMsMayLStatwh icrt and equz-11y pleased to hear
chargeto M s. Mardep art, who is in that the students sent out by the Em- Emphasizes Necessity for Creative
p oyment bureau have been given high Element in Engineering
The eiiiency of this bureau is evi-cmmdtinfrhem nradWr
denced by inquiries from other uni- spirit in which they work.
versities as to the manner in which it DECLARES AIRPLANES WILL
is managed. Recently a letter was re- BE ASRPSAEES
ceived from the employment depart- Have you sent in your scenario forE
ment of the University of Montana re- fle University movie yet?"
__________________________________________________ "An engineer is a man who can tell
whether a thing can work before it
does; any fool can tell, after it does,"
"UNITED CIGAR STORE"1 was William B. Stout's epigramatic
definition of an engineer in his talk
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Meershaum Pipes that sell for $18.00. .None better. Our pr'ce $8.00
Hard Rubber Cigarette Holders, 7 inches long, that sell for 25c.
Our price ................. .................. ......2 for 25c
Cigarettes of all kinds - we carry 102 differert kinds -
From 10c a Package to $5.00
Smoking Tobaccos shipped fresh every week with the latest prices,
that can't be beaten
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Can you imagine anything more pleasant and entertaining than
playing a musical instrument in the family circle? If you have tried
it you know from experience that there is nothing just like it. If you.
have not had the opportunity you should not overlook your education
along musical endeavors. Begin now and learn to play some musical
instrument. The instrument you select should have good tonal and
playable qualities. - Here is a short list of the more important instru-
ments:
PIANOS-Henry F. Miller, Mehlin, and Janssen
VIOLINS AND CELLOS-Domestic and Imported
MANDOLINS-C. F. Martin
GuiTARS-C. F. Martin
CORNETS AND TROMBONES-King Agency.
SAXOPHONES-Buescher
ETC., ETC.
We have these instruments in abundance at prices and terms to
suit you. See us for your musical wants.
Schaeberle & Son Music House
110 S. Main Street

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day night in the Union reading room.
Is an Authority
Mr. Stout is considered a foremost
authority upon aJrcraft and mechanic-
al engineering, having acted in the
capacity of technical adviser to the
Aircraft board at Washington during
he war, but now being president of
the Stout Engineering laboratories in
Detroit, which is engaged in construe-
tion of giant all-metal planes for the
United States navy.
In his lecture, Mr. Stout emphasized
the idea of the human element in en-
gineering as of equal importance com-
pared with the theoretical." "There
are two kinds of engineering," said
Mr. Stout, "creative and constructive
In creative engineering two thirds of
the work is salesmanship." That the
public is getting imbued with the idea
that aviation is coming, is due to the
work of the salesmanship element in
creative engineering, in spite of the
detrimental effect of the post war re-
action. Mr. Stout pointed out that the
greater part of the work in aviation
will be dne by the young men now
studying aeronautics.
Americans More Progressive
In comparing the recent develop-
ment of European planes with those
in this country Mr. Stout showed that
individually the American engineers
were more progressive, but they did
not have the governmental assistance
that the foreign nations contributed.
Perhaps the most interesting illustra-
tion t of German development is the
fact that the plane of sensational per--
formance in this country, claimed to
be of American manufacture, is really
imported from Germany. Mr. Stout
had reference to the Lawson plane
which has travelled more than 200,000
miles in the United States with less
trouble, it is said, than any other
plane.

In prophesying the future value of
the airplane in war, Mr. Stout stated
that the planes were valuable as de-
fensive weapons; but were of little
consequence in any maneuvers on the
offensive where there was a great
range of action. Any man that can
bring London within 24 hours of New
York will do more for permanent peace
than the one who formulates great
peace treaties," said Mr. Stout in re-
lation to the peace question.
SAVE TIME BY ABOLISHING
EXAMS IS WHARTON POLICY
A bluebookless paradise! In mo-
ments of distraction have you ever
wished for one? We foresee a gen-
eral exodus to Wharton school of the
University of Pennsylvania. Dean
Emory R. Johnson of that school has
announced that the usual mid-year
and final examinations will be abol-
ished.
By doing away with the usual \ex-
aminations, two weeks will be saved
out of each semester, states Dean
Johnson. The faculty believe that this
time may be used more advantageous-
ly by continuing lectures and class dis-
cussions.
Tea to be Served In Japanese Room
Japanese decorations will convert
the middle parlor in Barbour gymnasi-
um into a real tea room during the
Christmas bazaar, Friday and Satur-
day. Music will be furnished by the
Martha Cook building and Helen New-
berry residence orchestras. On. the
menu will be found orange Pekoe tea,
i different salad each day, three va-
rieties of sandwiches, several kinds of
brick ice cream and little cakes.
The tea room will qpen for service
at 11:30 o'clock Friday and will be
open during bazaar hours with the ex-
ception of the supper hour, which is
given over to the church supper.
Bartlett Publishes Primrose Study
The New York State Museum at Al-
bany in its annual report, which will
,e out next 'uly, will publish an ar-
ticle by Prof. H. H. Bartlett, of the
botany department, on "The Evening
Prinrose of New York State." This
article will be the result of a sfudy
made during the the past summer, in
'onnection with work on the general
;roblems of evolution in the evening
primrose group.
Professor Bartlett intends eventual-
ly to publish papers on primroses of
other regions, bringing all together in
a monograph of the whole group.

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Ties ................$1.00 to $2.50
Shirts ............... $2.00to $7.00
Angora Mufflers........$2.00 to $4.00
Imported Wool Hose.... .85c to $2.25
Knitted Vests . . . . . . . ......$7.00
Fownes Gloves .........$2.50 to $5.00

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