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October 21, 1922 - Image 11

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ECONOMY EXPERTS SEE NO HIOPE
k FOR EARL1Y RETURN TO
NOtRM~ALCY
(By Associated Press)
Boston, Oct. 20.-The Harvard coi-
mittee on' Economic Research has no
expectation of a drop in prices to the
pre war level.. during' the next ten
years, Prof. Charles J. Baskin, chair-
man of the. committee said in an ad-.
dress at the Harvard club tonight at
the first session of a national confer-
ence of subscribers to the Harvard
Economic service.
lThe Harvard committee, he added,
ycould not accept the conclusion that
prices must return to a pre war nor-
mal because; prices have reverted to
their former level after previous per-
iod of currency inflation in the early
and middle nineteenth century.
"The committee cannot find," he
said, "that the governing condition
exist today which brought about low-
er prico levels in the past."
OCT. 26 SET AS LAST PiATE
FOR AFAJ(IN UP INC OMPLETJES

More than 200 rooms are needed to
accomodate the alu~mni and visitors
who plan to attend the Michigan-Il-
lnois game ia Ann Arbor, O0ct. 28, ac-
cording to Milton D.-Green, '25, chair-
man of the Union Alumni Housing
committee. It is estimated- that more
than half of this number will be need-
ed for the Wisconsin game. Those
Swho have rooms to list with. the comn-
mit.tee should list them at once with
the telephone operator at the Union,
or with any member of the commi~t~e.

Announcing to my
rons that I am still d
my U. of M. Barber Sl
1110 So. University.
ski.-Adv.

,pat.

W. H.
chairgec
number
signed.
a year i
school,a

p as always a
R. Trojanow

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Chicken supper will be served at
The Catholic Students' Fair, Satur-
day evening,, Oct. 28. Dont miss~ this
big chance.--Adv.

Michigan
Blooks, Book
Wahr's.--Ad

Books, Memi
and Jewelry

Michigan Daily- and

Chimes fear

$4.50..1

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Canadian fishing fleet. Below, "Hlenry
bumt a tivvet on the sea.
and fastest to.tI?. S. fishing schooners, wvill°
lueno se" . for the international fishermen's
anadi ans, nub hold the cup as, a result of

IOct. 26 is' the last day set foz
Imaking up examinations in lncompiet-I
ed subjects in the literary college in
the University, according to Prof.
Wilbur R. Humphreys, dean of the
school._
° Eamiaon have been held all
month by individual appointment and
many students given incomnpletes last
summer have worked them-AXof by now
or~ have definitely received their E's.
All students not taking these exam-
inations by the date set will be failed
in heir incompleed subjects.
Thirty-five years of experience at
your disposal at Julian R. Trojanow-
ski U. of M. Barber Shop 1110 So.
Utuniversity--Adv.
jCorduroy Coats $6.50 up. Wild and
Co.-Adv.
A REAL GOOD MEAL
CHOP SUEY - STEAKS
Eve rythirng good at i
Anns Arbor Chop Suey
31 S. Staite-Second Floor

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TAKE IT FROMM-E, KU

rPONED

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M.

iMitchell a'nd Robert Young. Soph lits.,
M'11'tbn" Green and Herbert Steger;
Svice-prsident, Jeane Briggs and Ed~-
na Kadow; secretary, Margaret Hays
and--Alice Powell; treasurer, Ray Bill-
in~on and Morris Reed.

of, officers in the junior and
literar~y classes didL not
Friday afternoon as was
planned. Due to the fact
ny students left early in
ion to witness the Michigan-
the . Student Council rye-
stpone the election till the

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EAT, AT TIRE
-Gold

IT. S. Refugees in Daniger
Tokio.-Official dispatches say the
Vladiv'ostock French consulate was at-
tacked, lawlessness reigns, the Amer-
ican. consul has rented a building for
United States ref ugees, guarded by
guns of ,a United States cruiser; cap-
ture of, the city by the Reds is nomen-
tarily expected.

605 Ohurch

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offil

o be voted on are as
lits., president, Hugh'
-ch Gray; vice-presi-
.ynast and Helen Pel-
y, Dorothy. Maitland
; treasurer,. Robert

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Cor~duroy'
Co.-adv.

Coats $6.50 up: Wild and

A
Frankel
;Head Mirror
may not be of interest
to all -

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"Why Do "La
Last So Much

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phone 2641-R

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at Willard

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Creole

Pralines
Afternoon Tea_ 3:3,O-5:3O

Luncheon 12-2

But if you
a Senior
Medical
Student

are

Sunday' Night Supper 5-7:30
Evening Dinnter by Arrangement

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you need

one.

THE'
SEASON'S NEWEST, MILLINERY
Fur Trimmed, Metal, Brocaded,
Panne Velvet, Velour and Felt
and Trimmngs
PUYEAR andkHINTZ
328 SOQ'ITH MAIN STREET

A limited
number have
arrived.
"'The Quarry"
-Drug and 'Prescriptioni Store
GD CLAIUE RAKE
PROPRIETOR
Phone 308

"Wh~y do laundered shirr
longer; why do they keep so (
was a Senior Law Student whoc
"~Well, why is a Waxed -fl
asked, and then continued to
ture lawyer. "Thisis the -yeas{
these Shirts our scientific pros
of the fabric; it presses the fibr
er, imparting a xfine, smnooth,
ish."
The Senior Law iappeared
ested, so we enlightened him
no soft, spongy su~rface to attr
and dirt, ' no loose threads to
'As a result, each shirt stays el
longer, and looks better."
The Law Student smiled,'
are right. I've often wonderi
now.

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