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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ' r TDAY1

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MISINRYMETBURTON TELLS NEEDS Of Needs Of
WILLOPEN TODAY UNIVERSITY T BAODE
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to ''lir Im insl ConiIwhich have beeneriefssed (during Ith(
ferencee past few months came from sour ces
twhich were attempting to und (ermin ileating
R. AULZV3M the character of the University. Plant
13It S N '1I d1 ;R A E 3 1 1 1IT ,I have feIt at tim es,~ h said, "tIWp
the UivNersi:ty was like a man'Iplaced
Stuent frm oretha 1 colegs n a ps izc-fight ring blindfolded witj Coal Storage
inud nt nr in 1AcoleAr his hands tiedI behind him and theI-
ithe state will gather inA A-Ilgts out.I And then someone cour-!
bor this afternoon to attend the third atreously steppied forward ,and struckI
annual student missionary conferencef thfae
which will be in session March 16 tc i"I i wish tto remidyu.atId o
18. This conference is being held un-4a mthprsnodoIbaeyuuem
der the auspices, of the Michigan Stu-baeterrs o (0Ibae~uMsu
denorat icnep~n wihmay Vlnerbclnfrth ups
den uteerunofo the rofpspctie current. But it must be borne in mind
of urterig te wrk t pospcti ~that the University has a soul andI
student missionaries.I
Moretha 304 me ar expcte o~that it has self-respect."
the rtha m een arofethe ctforn Here the height of emotion whicl'
which will be held at 7:30 o'clock to-hdcm nohs pehcue h
nigt a th Mehodst hurh. t tisspeaker to pause for a moment, after
nih tteMtoitcuc.X h~which he stated simply that, he still
time Dr. Samuel Zwemmcr w ill givec
the opening address to the delegates, had "a sense of humour". Hie empha- Junls
sized Iiiat no money is being asked tc : Junls
talking upon international relation-;
ship beteen all ounries Drcorn toete building unite that have al-
?wsistwmenhasljusturtrned. fr ready been voted as units by the leg-
whmereh has but enea msson islature and approved by the adminis-
Egt iofr h at0yas trative hoard. These units included
at aio orth pat 0 eas.the model high school, the engineer- Literary
M1any other prominent men and wo 1' n
me nmsinr oki l h ~~ ing shops and laboratories .theToun- Itullding U
ferent countries of the world will be dtoso h ieaybidn n
leaders at the, conference. Dr. Paul the physics laborator'y.-
Harrison, medical missionary from IHe. explained the decision to pus-
Arabia, is to address. the delegates at chase land for the new Law dormitory-
rather than proceed with the plan
an open meeting Sunday night in foHhenwieiclbulin.Hesi
auditorium. He is a graduate of John'ta rdaeo h nvriylw
Hopkins medical school from which ] hat frad uatedofthe dUnivers iftyha'
went to Arabia to work amongth*oerdobul the domtryijh
peole f tat ounry-University would furnish the land
peole ftat ounry Dean Hugh Cabot of the Medical
The Michigan Volunteer union u~schoh ad a gedpbil
drwhich the conference is being held thatche sthoughaitagooed pthiglt
is a part of the national organization !htletogti odtigt
of studenit volunteer missionariesI give up this money for the purchase
which has sent more than 10,000 Stu- of the dormitory site.
dents out on missionary work. Ben- Above, in white, are shown the pre-
nett F. Avery, '25M, is president of the ! AR ICK Nighs - 75c o X. sent buildings of the University; the1
Michigan organization and Herbert!I Sat. Only - 50c to $2.5IO buildings being erected or provided
Grant, is chairman bf the Ann Arbor j / (~la R~eturn kEngagemnent! for are in black; and the buildings
delegation. Awerica,'s4 Greaest Revue
Meetings and discussion groups with GREENW~ICH asked for from the Legislature of 1923
the leaders will take up the main work VILG O LE are shown in shaded portions, t
VILLA E EOE I~a Hatingplant, must be enlarged t
of the delegates during the three days. with TED LEWIS serve the buildings under construe-
Sunday morning they will attend the, ANDLin$500;colsraebungfj
regular church Services as guests of 30--Faniots Artists' Modes-30 to,$7,0;calsoae uigo
the local churches. The meeting Sun- large supply at time of cheap prices
dlay night will be open to the public I SH~USERT Pop. Mats. Tues., ol ae adfriseftiei
i~Li~ll onclde te wok o thecon-cIlCIGrs.5g ant lsat., the last five years, $40,000;, Museum,
ference. Nighls, 50-75-S$1.00 priceless collection housed in two fire
The ~onsell Com anytraps, new building, $185,000; Journal-
j Th'ell ism. building, no proper housing at the
1In the Whirlwind Farce present time. A University Press is
"A LE 'SAU T alonede, 30,00;terary bld-~
l rouced by Special Request ig second unit necessary to provide

The University At A 'Glance

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H iospital
- Nurses' Home

Zoologists .flan
Convention Her'e,
By the invitation of the director of
the Museum of Zoology, the central
section of the American anth ropol og-'
ical association, will hold its annual
convention this year at the Univer-
sity.
Definite dates for th-e meeting ,have
not been chosen pending arrangements
that have not yet been completed for
a. combined convention with the mid-,
dIle western Orientalists' society 'VhIich,
also convenes in Ann Arbor this yeart

ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
Schedule in Effect October 1E, 1922
Central Time (Slow Time)
D' X X D
P.Mr%. A.M. P.M._P.M.
3.4 .5. Adrian ...: 12 :45 8:45
4: o 8:30 ... Clinton .... r2:00 8:oo
5:15 9:15 .. Saline ... 1:15 7:15
n:,5 < Ar.Ann ArborLv. 10:45 6:45
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
D--Daily, X-Daily except Sundays
and H-olidays. Friday and Saturday special
bus for students leaves Adrian 1:45, leaves
Ann Arbor 4:45.
JAM14S H. IF.LIO0TT. Proprietor
Phone 4G
THERESALWAYS
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BUNCH
ATr THE
BLU-GOLD LUNCH
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°Women's
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Professor lKelsey ini Detroit
IProf. Francis W. Kelsey, of the Lat-I
in department delivered a University,
extension lecture yesterday afternoon
before the Twentieth Century Club of
Detroit on "Problems of the Near
East."
Try a Classified Ad-It pays.-Adv.

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Medical
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New YORK
Telephone Mirray Hill-88o

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Architecture
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Survey Ing

Our representative will be at the

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on Monday and Tuesday
MARCH 19 AND 20

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tions entirely inadequate, $610,000;1
ten thousand students are using gym-
nasiums built for 5,000, additions andl
alterations will cost $82,000; Biological
station, at Douglas Lake, should be
moved or' abandoned, will require $50,-
000; the departments of architecture

APPARATUS FOR POURING
CONCRETE STARTS VIJOR

with Samples of Ready-Made Clothinig
y Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
for Spring
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and surveying are overcrowded and Concrete was run through the sus-
need a new building- that would cost,,pended chute on the new Literary'
$400,000; and a heating tunnel to the buil ding for the first time yesterday,
new hospital which would cost $90,000 {Considerable trouble was experienced
is needed. with the operation. The joints con-
L eagu e Conducts Sales Camp 1Iaigni necting the sections of the chute leak-
(ISeveral sales. for the benefit of the ed and with each load of concrete the
University of Michigani league are nowl apparatus sagged. Both faults were
in progress. The League is to get a remedied by night, however, and work
percentage on the cash sales of Mich- will be continued this mnorning.
igan song books sold during March at' Under normal conditions, the appar-
Grahani's book stores and a percent- atus is capable of laying a cubic yard
a~ge on all cash sales made at 0. D. of concrete a minute. As soon as the
Morrill's book store in the Nickels ar-? concrete in the present section of th
cade . Shoeshines may be obtained at super-structure has hardened, work
the League booth in University hail will commfence on the next section.,NJ,
to which place the Newberry shine cessation. of work If atiipaedur-
parlor has b~een moved from the base- til the. entire concrete work has been
ment of: Helen Newberry residen ce. finished.

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'fRFMO4NT'0OR. BOYL5STOW

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1TOLED3O-ANN ARBOR BUS
DAILY EXCEPT SUND)AY
(hNg 'ort h A. 31. P. 31. t
Lv. Toledo 7:00 10:00 2:00 5:00
Arr. A. A. 3:35 M':35 4:35 7:351
Q4oillf;south
fiv. A. A- 7:00 10:00 2:00 5:001
Axr. Toledo'9:35 12:35 4:35 7:35
EASTERN TIME
SITNiDAYS AND HOLID)AYS
Gaini-North A. .U. P. i.
f-v. Toledo 8:00 11:00 5:30
Arr. A. A. 10:345 1:35 8:00
(Ting South
lv. A. A. 8:00 11:00 8:30
Ar. Tol. 10:3-5 1:35 11:05
Cjars Leave Court House A

classrooms, will ost $5ou,ouu; 'i.uu
purchases for new buildings and prop-
erty adjacent to present buildings,
$600,000; sewer connections to new
buildings, $25,000; new, hospital, to
complete and equip it, $2,300,000;
nurses home, for first unit, $600,000;
Women's Field house, to enable wo-
men to get outdoor 'exerci'se, $25,000;
Medical building, present accommnoda-

TODAY AND TOMORROW
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ICKY CARSON
"6WAY DOWN EAST"

3 UNITEDCGASTORE u
FREE
I I Sc tin of any Smoking Tobacco and 1 doz. pipe
cleaners with every 50c Pipe in the store.
UNITED SPECIAL
$5.00 Gold Plated Gillette Razors ..........$1.08
$5.00 Gold Plated Auto-Strop Razor.... .......... 99c
$1.00 Gillette Blades (1 doz. )................. 79c
FRESH BOX CANDY
$1..50 Gondolier Chocolate Cherries, lb. box..........59c
$1<1.00 Fulnds Chocolates, lb. box................ 39c
Fresh every Thursday, direct from factory.
"The Right Store with the Right Price"
J 18 EAST HURON ST.
Phone 64-R

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CreauacA Cauliflower

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CEINTURY COMED)Y

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Tea

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Cocoa

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