THE MICHIGAN RAIL "t
THE ICHIAN DILYTHURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1924
ED UCA TORS HIOOR TODA Y
HONEST INJ UN We've dealt in
and 'repaired typewriters for a good
many years, and we mean it when we
say that this new portable is the best
" thing that we have ever seen.
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R ea'd The LDaily "C L ,.sifie"Columns
:-: CollegeG ocr ::
516 E.- Williams_
... OPEN SUNDAYS.I
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- ~:College Grocery,:~
r Contliime' tfrom IPage Two)
Fight, for thie siunger was Miss Eisther
Wheeer, nd inuic n whse lcal I brt~d av today veducators of the coup
Ho7tplans aveupiwof.her. m inliad-' reno in crintueachrwile 90
to greet Miss Ifollands last niight andl
her success was evident from the- ratura muskc' with brilliance and viv-I
start4. acity and vocal charm and the audi-
Mis3ifHollvnds possesses many gifts; once re,,ponded with prolonged al'-
which singers of greater vocal p-owers, plause. R.I,"A.
May well envy, Hers is a lovely lyric
sorn.rather tenuous, but undeniab I AJ ^. #
ly charming and well-handled, In her Eff iger A1Lth~ s
interpretations she, proves not. onlyl aI
that shei has had excellent tutelage r C t6 ,M e io
tlhat she las a l ua ltallts hequeath~t
ec1 her by nature. She sjin s witl) . Dean Johr 'R. Effinger cif thle liter-
p. " vaue,,c . .z a" os a rycolg left the city yoste~ano1001
Misst o nr Chicago where he will attend. tie
gstijN4 J 4ti~tj- of te con t'. cetin~g of the North Central associ-
n,( toI x1 A lg la ion111which opens their sessions there
fjgts a P not l rchAnAat-' day. Dean Effinger wvill act as rep-
} ividle thr fnt ;' tL1 J : t2i _15 * sentative of the University. The
} r t vocally? nfr- d lt il"t C' i. t,"~t i a. 5?) h as", 0 ti li(fry or_-.
IThe (rreg songs weor~c lorliou Chow- ganlization' which has to do with ater
r u4', ai d"With11 i iwtrli1V "' '' tiniig' rccreftiig of schools and. colleges.
extit nv. ii6% Iii .it "Pil Stori " troi DPIle V1Aiif"Fwill rettirn to Ann Ar-
"La'lr e 15 kw'&' Ml ili r i. c~tvi & 1b) 1)4 Mlii uay2'
iCliarles IV. Eliot
Eliot, of llarvard ,.niverst r, whlose
trY .wiih honor. President' Eliot, the
y ears old today.
"Jimmie the adfah-er" sells
°1 hec ConstitutionaI Development of the Uni versifiy of Michigan. Some Paternalistic
Principles- and Practices
by JOH-N IE. KIRKPATRICK, PH. D).
TChe several acts oC the legihslatur' e an~d the <onittEola nal pov ion~s for the governm g t the zni-
Wersity ar erp-viewed in the light of politfcalpraicpes n pratacs. The University segarded as a
PIOnIeer in the mllovmlenlt for state institlutinlonpf lhigN'c _ leariii'Ln d i(as showing j u Icies towards
jwtiertaliPtic, practices ill the goverllnment of the rA~ieii,'.cll eg; and universit 'fn the interest oE
,I more nietulocriatic practice it is suggested that a p~irf.,of' t4li'1ho0rxJ ct regent euld be elected by the
a1 unini, 'sidenits anrd faculty and that the deans :~ail _vc-renot,ilou ld 1;e.,A cn by the students aind
fxacultIic~; Off th' ex everal s and I depertinents); -
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,rtin;g couples consider It one of life's goals worth
while aiming for.
And it's not.,hard t6oattain. Pu't a small amount
into-a savings accounrt with us today and as tim
ro11lls'by(.)U get a certain happiness out of watch-
11n1 that account grow and note Nor progre ss
toward.. attaining thiat goal---Your Own. Home.
X 11will elp youpob ayingy-N you 7 per cent
on your savin1gs. Drop in and see us today.
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