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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JANUTARY1

DENTAL AD0iTION
READY NEXT FALL
Increased Capacity Makes Admission
of Out State Students Again
Possible.
UNSURPASSED EQUIPMENT TO
PUTT SCHOOL IN FRONT RANK
"The Dental College has gotten to
a place where It cannot take care of
the students from Michigan alone."
a~ etes Dean Marcus L. Ward. of the
Colle're of Dental Surzery. in comn-
--+n on the addition to the Dental
hui'dinq. "The bu~lrn will en'nh'.
Ora to take care of the present arnnil-
^anf from the staite AnA from 25 to
A(1 n~r cent of the anntications for
^'ronent fr~om ontei'Aetho VtAfp. WQ
Ua4 been unab'A to take t'are of thpe
'nteirA applications for several
years."
Tn tallfrT of the new Pd~~n Dean
ward floaps that the buildri°g ito
', hliilt (irentiv to the north of the
nrPeeent struoefieAnilw41' be ofV-
gaeme tyne and annaarence. Tt will'
',io*-n be of tha oeamo lan~th,. 6 tf-oft
-'nd teiiij hec-k 2tfeet more. When
^mm1A+nr the north well of the old
*- tilt be removed and all be one
h"iirring.
This addition will provide an in-
oreese of a little more than 100 r p-
"ent in three of the most crowded
'4enartnients. The clinic will contain
0A0) chairs instead of the present 90
with the aid of a new labor-atory
tench the junior laboratory will ar-
^ommnodate 342 Instead.- of 112, and
±he sonhoinore laboratory, 220 in-
'teed of 137.
.The building Is scheduled to be
ready for use when school starts next
fall; the complete plans being drawn
up and the borings already made for
the excavations. This will be neces-
sary because of the number of stu-
dents already taking part of the work
who cannot go on unless the equip-
ment is provided. The new medleal
building will also greatly add to the
dental facilities.
The enlarged building will permit
the University to graduate 200 every
year, says Dean Ward, and will place
Michigan among the five or six lead-
ing dental colleges. Furthermore]
with the new equipment which will
accompany the addition the facilities
at Michigan will be unsurpassed.

UNIVERSITY PRESENTED WITH
COLLECTION OF EMNGRAVINGS

STUDENTS 00' 'ENSIAN

STUDENTS LUNCH

Mrs. Sarah Conant Hogarth, of Mon- I il iiniivi'ua
roe, has presented to the University) 401j IOflI ISI MR~
a large book consisting of engraved ~
copies of the paintings of William -,..
H-ogarth, to be placed in the Univer-' MARION VAN EVERY, V24, PAINiS
sity Library. To the book, which con- HEADING~S; IV.IW. GOWER, '22,
tains the original plates, is prefixed DRAWS CARTOONS.
a short biographical essay on the life I-
and works of Hogarth and explan- As a marked departure from the
ations of the subjects by John Nichols.! usual policy of accepting the work
The book, which was obtained byI of professionals, all the art work of
the late John Hogarth in Europe sev-, the Michiganensian is being done by
eral years ago, measures 20 by 26 students on the campus, according to'
inches and is handsomely bound. It James G. Frey, '22, business manager
has been placed in the care of Librar- of the 'Ensian. Nevertheless there
an WV. W. Bishop. is an air about the drawings that
Mrs. Hogarth, the donor, is thought' savors much of professionalism.
to be the oldest native born resident The headings for the various de-
of Monroe and is still living in the partments of the annual are beingl
same house in which she was born, painted by Marion Van Every, '24.
There is not one foreign line in them
DEAN CABOT SPEAKS ON and the peculiar style of background'
"ESSENTIALS OF LIFE" work, which is extremely hard for
- an amateur to execute, serves very
Dr. Hugh Cabot, dean of the Medic-l effectively in making the objects in
school, addressed the young people of the drawings stand out clearly. The
the Unitarian church S-ind -- nic=+, cartoon work is being done by W. W.
'-is subject being, "Essentials of ;Gower, '22, who is well known by his
Life." cartoons in campus magazines.
"Find at what point you are fittest As an added feature that has hither-
in life, and stay in that condition,"4 to never been used, Bethany Lovell,
he said. "Moreover, find out under} '24, is doing some tentative portrait
what conditions you can, best live, I work, the nature of which has not
and know at what time of the day yot i1 yet been decided upon. This is MissI
are at the highest point of efficiency,"' Lovell's first undertaking in art on
;fa ted Dr. Cabot. the campus.

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OPEN 6:30 A. M.
TILL 11:00 P. M.

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ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
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BY JOHN EMERSON AND ANITA LOOS
Mean to say the men aren't strong for Connie when she
runs for Mayor? But the stronger the men get, the weaker
get their wives. Sure, Connie was chosen by the Woman s
Party for beauty, not brains, but she charmed-'em all too
well to suit the girls they left behind 'em.

Star of "The Sheik" and "Four Horsemen"

LAST TIME TODAY

WILLIAM
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