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9, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Christmas Suggestions
Ivory Toilet Articles
Perfumes

DETHOIT MAN CHOSEN TO
SPEAK AT UNION SUNDAY

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Manicure
Thermos Bottles

Sets
Stationery

The Eberbach & Son Co.
200-204 E. L berty St.

PURITY-- -
It will not pay you to risk your health by
buying impure dairy products. We guaran-
tee our products to be absolutely pure.
When speaking of food nothing but the
best is good enough.
ANN ARBOR DAIRY CO.
THE HOME OF PURE MILK
TELEPHONE 423
For Cold Wintry Days
Wear these styles;

SMcPHERSON BROWNING WILL
TALK ON "INVESTMENT
BANKING"
McPherson Browning of Detroit
will speak on "Investment Banking;
Its Opportunities For College Gradu-
ates" at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon in
the assembly hall of the Union.
Mr. Browning, who is vice-president
of the Detroit Trust Company and
manager of its banking department.
will be the second speaker secured by
the Union for the regular Sunday af-
ternoon talks that are planned for the
rest of the year.
The Michigan Union orchestra will
play at the meeting.
WESLEY ALN GUILD
BANQUET TONIGHT
Dr. M. S. Rice, minister of the North
Woodward Methodist church of De-
troit who is considered one of the best
speakers to students in the state. will
give the principle address at the six-
teenth annual banquet ofhthe Wesley
an Guild tonight in the Methodist
church.
Prof. John R. Brumm, of the journ-
alism department, will be the toast-
master. Paul Rehmus, '23, and Au-
gusta F, Avery, '25, will represent the
students.
It is expected by the committee in
charge that attendance will reach
more than 258 at this event that for
a long time has been one of the big
features of the year in the student life
of the Methodist church.
ARCHITECTS VISIT DETROIT
FOR BUILDINGS' INSPECTION
More than 50 students in architec-
ture accompanied Prof. George M.
McConkey and Prof. James B. New-
man of the architectural department
to Detroit last Saturday for inspec-
tion of several large construction pro-
jects. Architects, builders, and ad-
ministrators of the new Cass Tech-
nical high school and builders of the
other plants visited co-operated in
making the trip profitable, according
to Prof. Emil Lorch of the architec-
tural school. A. A. Albreqht of A. A.
Albrecht company, builders guided the
party through the high school build-
ing, which when completed will ac-
commodate 10.000 students.
H. C. Vicary, '1OA, who largely sup-
ervised the construction of the Henry
Ford hospital accompanied the stu-
dents through that plant.
The Detroit Free Press took moving
pictures of the party during its tour
of inspection of the new municipal
railway buildings.
PARNELL ASKED TO ASSIST
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
Dr. C. G. Parnell, director of the
University hospital, has been asked by
the Civil Service commission of De-
troit to be present in an advisory ca-
pacity at an oral examination for a
superintendent of a Receiving hos-
ital.to determine by questioning the
relative capacity of competing men.

DR. LORENZ PLANS
TO LEAVE AMERICA
Dr. Adolf Lorenz, famous Austrian
surgeon whom University authorities
had planned to welcome in the event
of a visit to Michigan, yesterday an-
nounced that, in view of opposition
to his professional activities in this
country by members of the American
medical profession, he would discon-
tinue further free clinics and return
to Vienna as soon as possible.
"Dr. Lorenz," said Dr. Hugh Cabot,
dean of the Medical school in an inter-
view yesterday, "is an interesting
figure in present-day medicine. He is
no greater and no less great than
many other well-known surgeons, and
should have been accorded the same
treatment as they-the courtesy and
consideration which is due him."
Mercer, '10L, Speaks Here
"How to Know the Law," is the sub-
ject of a series of lectures being given
this week in the Law school by R. F.
Mercer, '1O, to law students and
others who wish to attend.
Reception Given at Observatory
A reception was given at the Ob-
servatory Wednesday afternoon and
evening for the faculty and towns-
people by Prof. W. J. Hussey, head of
the astronomy department, Mrs. Hus-
sey, and Prof. A. S. Whitney, acting
dean of the School of Education, and
Mrs. Whitney.
ADRIAR-ANN ARBOR BUS
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE OCT. xo, xgai
Rea Down Central Standard Time
A.M. . .P.MW.P.M. A&PM
Daly Daily Daily Daily~
7:30 t:~30 Lv... Adrian . .Ar. r :oo 12.4.9
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9:1S 3:15 .....Saline......:15 hx:o.
9:45 3:45 Ar. Ann Arbor LT. 4:45 0:30
A M P M P.MA&PN
Read Up
STTNDAYS AND HOLTDAYS

EASTMAN KODAKS AND FILMS

~~~EmZ~TLsrrED1905
719 N. UNIVERSITY
Every Click a Perfect Picturej

KODAK FINISHING

Flashlights and
Outside Groups

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and~A

Free Book Tells How
We have secured a lim-
ited quantity of these books
for free distribution to those
of our patrons who are inter-
ested in taking pictures, good
. pictures. Double the enjoy-
ment of your camera. You
can-with the aid of this won-
derful little book.
There are a few trick
of picture-making that every
professional cameraman
knows. These secrets are

simply, briefly explained in a new book by Harry C. Phibs,
an expert with the camera.
200 Copies to Be Given Away Free
Proper lighting, correct exposure, the knack of
getting the views and effects that make pictures worth-
while-all will be easy after absorbing the interesting facts
so plainly set forth in this book. FREE-Call for yours.
Stuidents Supply Stoe
1111 S. University Ave. ANN ARBOR

P.M.
3:30
4:05
4:25
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P.M.

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.... Tecum.eh ....
......Clinton .
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8:05
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P.M.

Worn with woolen hose
spats, these styles will

or
be

most excellent
weather. We
them in boots.

for cold
also have

And the student 's taste
is most particular--

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COMPLETE LINE OF GALOSHES AND RUBBERS
WAHR'S SHOE STORE
Down Town 108 So. Main
Phone 1321
We are Members
of the
FloristI
Telegraph
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Delivery
Say it with Flowers-
--and try us for Sere C .
Goodhew Floral ,CO.E

Each day sees the Michigan

Cafeteria. gain

popularity

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mong discriminating students.!

The Michigan Cafeteria
is at 612 L. Liberty St.

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THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS HAVE AN ABUNDANT SUPPLY OF
DAY, WEAR IT, AND CET YOUR CLASSMEN TO WEAR'

THEM.
THEIRS,

GET
TOO.

YOURS TO-

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LUTZ CLOTHING CO.
REULE, CONLIN, FIEGEL
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & CO.
WAGNER & CO.
TOM CORBETT
GEO. KYER

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J. F. WUERTH CO.
VAN BOVEN & CRESS
DAVIS TOGGERY SHOP
WILD & CO.
GEO. MOE

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