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THEI MICHIGAN DAILY

- ' sATt'n:~AY, OCTOBER 6,

lege has attained either the highest ~ 4J1 14,~4
standing or has dorne special work l Faculty Women's
worthy of recognition." Nurs eriy To O ein l
A similar medal will be awarded in _
all of the prominent pharmacy col-I
leges of the country. Children of faculty member, and
students will be given privileges in;
Loan f Milionsconnlctiolwith the Faculty Women's
'Loa OfM illonss nrser, wichwill reopen 1donday,
October 8, after being closed during
Aske , Ro ds, the summer. It occupies the second
By -ica a, a ns floor of the former health service, 226
S. Ingalls st. There will be a paid
1assistant llhis. year trainedl in kinder-
~ of _the older children. Two mothers

I3ERMNDEAT E
Two ac~idifls have been made to.
the staff of the German department
in order to handle properly the large
number of students enrolled in Ger-
man. Mr. Adolruhe Bigge, a half-time
instructor has beenl made an instruc-
tor on full time and Arthur Van!
Dureni has been appointed a half-time !
assistant.f

will also be in attendance each after-- TEnrollment in the department this
noon, ats before. year shows an increase of 100 over last

1A fee of $1 will be charged, which
i will provide for the care of as many'
children between the ages of one and
.svnyears, and for as many after-;
noons of the month 'as the parents
wish. In order that the work may be
organized as quickly and as efficiently11
a possible, those who wish to availj
themselves of the privileges are asked
to call Mrs. H-arold P. Scottt, 136-3 at
once. This building was given to the
faculty women by the Board of Re-r
gents last year that they might or-
ganize a nursery, and establish pcer-
manent quarters for the club.
Living Costs H-it
Art Collectors

semester's total and represents the
largest body of studlents of German
since the war. At that time, the staff
and students were greatly reduced andI
the latest in2crea,:se h uts the dlepart-
ment back to somewhere near its
former s~ze.
N"ARLY
WHAT?
The Arbor Foluntain
Watch for O~pening

Perry Night Sehio l to Open '1o-!.y
Record enrollment is expected at
the Perry night school which will open
at 7:30 o'clock next Monday evening.
Last year's enrollment of 1.32 is ex-
pected to be doubled.
D1ANUN~x S"1iUth4
We teach all molt rn, f an v,
ballet, and stage dncing.
We specialize in teaching;
children. Open d(a ily 10 a.
E ~ m. to 10 p. Il.
f - ~22 WU'RT~i'I Ai:'t 1Ai)"
r THE
UPPER RO'OM"
BI LE CLASSES
_For All F:irs~!ity Mien
From 7 to 8ollol
SUNDAY ull ANl.(
,F ro m 9 : 30 to l atl t e "f h e) 3 :1 Ri 1 8 5
:issued weekly durini the (Col-
lege year. Classes an.d lirU-A--
S ture free.
Give Classes a Try-out t.hi-4
Week-end

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~JCIAL G~R ~,' REVIEW
I a Sngii~g'! )i nviiig! ~i'~ Iki

SPECI AL!

SPECIAL!

to mak =e the roads pay for themselves
and that they be paid for as they I___________
are built, .Ejniliano ChamorroI
Weight 'I ax ball Favored. mlan hmor, Ncrga
The administration favored a weight j miier t o Uitdatesisrgunw
tax bill. The farmer. members and'IMnsetoheUidSaeisow
their friends supported the gasoline in New York discussing with Americ- 1
bill. Tlhe result was a deadlock in Ian financiers proposals for a $9,000,-
which the administration bill was de- 000 loan to Nicaragua for railway con-a
feated -and the gasoline tax was struction purposes. The improvements
vetoed. Now, with no laws, to empow- are necessary, Chamorro points out '
er the state to raise money for igh-.i to develop the country commercially. j 1
way purposes, except for the regular
license fees, etc., theadiitaie E en on Y Zp l
boar isface wih acomplex situa-
tion., _ _ __ _ W ill M eet Today
Cy ~The extension committee of the"
CaLLL OFIII Students Christian Association will
%f h~old its first meeting at 1:00 o'clock!I
rnrI~iutoday in Lane fla1l to discuss the pol-
rrI~~aI~ icy of the year and draw up a line of ,
action.
.Lehn. and Fink, p3harmace itical Perry' Hayden, '25 will act as chair-I
chemists, have mhade possible anlawrd man of this committee. Assisting himli
for high scholarship and thorouglh re- will be Arthur Bannister, '25; Robert
'search in the courses of the College of Cross, '25; and C. S. Higley, '26.
Plharmacy in their recently announced
gift of a gold medal that will be pre- :IIIII'll 10IillihjjllIIhIl lII411111111#"
rentedl annually to a senior in this ~ H A T
In the letter received by Dean Ed-
ward II. Kraus, of the College of e KEEP SITIFCOEED. T
Pharmacy, informing him of the gift, -jUCED .
the donors declared that they were es- ' BE GOOD TO YOUR FEET.
pecially interested in the field of phar-UINAA r a'e I
maceutical 'chemistry, but that their IQiRiiu MIILI
object was the advancement ot the D.S ."
pharmacy both professionally and I
,cTolastically. They wish the medal CHIROPODIST
awarded to the student who "nthe - 707 N. Univ. Av e, I'la.. a22
Judgment of the faculty of the Col- I iIIIIlIjIIIlj

r. a' . rah : sp aJ ' , r' ? r " ;7 R
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.London, Oct. 5.-Art collectors from
America have sent more treasures to
America since the war than were pur-
chased by Americans during the 20
years previous to 1914.
English collectors explain that this
is the result of the need for cash which
is being acutely felt in England. Many
formerly wealthy art collectors arc.
forced to sell their possessions in
order tai meet high taxation and living
costs. There seems to be no such
Iectors, for their English agents are
condition among the American col-
everywhere and always ready to seize
upon any treasures that are for sale
; n f-act, so anxious are some of the
agents to buy that they have adopted
the method of calling on well known
collectors and making themr offers for
various objects.
Art objects to the value of $10,000,-
000 were shipped to the United States
last year.
Daily classified for real results.
WHAT?
The Arbor Fountain
jWatch for~ Opening

TODAY
-IN-
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LAST TIME
"M' GUIRE OF THE MOUNTED"

ALLGIRLS
~ar at It o'clock Como early is certa i, numb1er of et ob od
r ,r 9 rf rv -
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Produd ioin : '
Mit ?v t\ . -.1
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I.y,
AE -
FIR'S a site2d, colorful, t~lddnPicturiza-
t on of Zane f-->gicat novel. Film1ed in the
hitherto unscreened wilds of A izo -- the actual scene
of- the story.-
i(' sU N D - Yti'K-1 E ivir ix $x i A J P AMy

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Don't wait until cold

(BY SPECIAL REQUEST)
The Michigan Repertory Theater is playing
""The Mollusc" at the final performance of itS
initial Ann Arbor run. " Mixed Marriage" closed
hid ayrnight.
DONT ISS THIS COMED
Tilckets-$1.50$1.O-75c. Seat Sale at Box Office

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weather is here.

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now and examine these
s wager greatcoat s, over-
coats, Miaters and macki--
naws -ail made of the
famous Patrick Cloth.
There is no oather cloth
like Patrick Cloth. Made
of the highest grade, pure,
virgirf wool "from sheep
that thrive in the snow"
it has wearing qualities and
a style that are distinctly
Patrick.
This is "Patrick Weels.",

Come in

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Stocks are
We invite
inspection
rated line
products.

now complete,
you to early
of this cele-'
of pure wool

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The Skagway Model Patrick
appeals particularly because
of its smart style.

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