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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FrIV

Cny 35 Of 800,
'Rembrandts" re
Genuine, He Says
STUDENTS ELEGIBLE TO AWARDS
RANGING FROM $600 TO .
$1200£
The University Schooi of Music has
been added to the list of affiliated col-
liges, universities and conservatories{
Which are privileged to benefit by the 4 ,
scholarships and fellowships granted ,
by the Juilliard Musical Foundation of Nt:
New York. This fund, to be used to- :
ward the further education of music
stullents of merit, and for graduates of
musical institutions found competent j
to pursue advanced courses in music,
was inaugurated by the late Augustus
D. Juilliard, New York capitalist and I
musical enthusiast, in 1919. Dr. Eu-
gene A. Noble now heads the Juilliard
Foundation.
Scholarships, to be awarded to un-
dergraduates, amount to from $600 to
$1000 per annum and entitle the stu-
dent to study under the direction of
the Foundation, Fellowships, tot
,hich only graduates are elligible, .
amount, to''from' $1000 to $1200 per an - i°'
num, and the student is privileged to , 1 " : ti
study abroad in some cases. Scholar-; ,
sbips are offered in every form of
musical study. John C. Van Dyke
The University School of Music iS Art critics and connoisseurs all over
eptitled to nominate for one fellow- the world are startled by the asser-
ship and for several scholarships. tion of Prof. John C. Van Dyke that of
Nominations will be made by the fac- all the 800 or more pictures attributed
ulty of the School of Music, and an- to Rembrandt only 35 are genuine
nouncement of nominees will be made ones. The others are the works; of
in the near future. copyists, pupils and other artists under

D. A. R. scholarship and loan funds
committee, stated that P. R. 'Cleary of: ADIt.iAN- NN ARBOR BUS LINE
Ypsilanti, who already has offered one i L Cvera mber o 'Comee
scholarship, would soon offer another Week Days Sundays
to the D. A. R. A student already i$, 12:45 .m. 6:45 a.in.
enrolled in the first scholarship pre-; 4:45 P. i. Proprietor
sented by Mr. Cleary. Pho e 926M Adrian, Mich.
CHICAGO BIG TEN
ALUMNI TO MEET ;Grc Popular Hat.
~arrc~ .Wed. Best
Plans are being made by the Chicago Nights 50c to $2.50; Sat. Mat. 50e to $2
Alumni association to hold joint meet- 'I'LL SAY SHE IS"
ings with other alumni clubs of that
city, especially from Big Ten schools. The MusiCal Comedy Revue
This was decided after a gathering THE FOUR MAR BROTHERS
this' week with the Illini club of Chi-__
cago, at which time Col H. N. Hackett
and John Schommer, football referees,
both well known to'Michigan rooters,
explained more fully the present foot-
ball rules.
! Tom Hammond, ex-'06L, former Var- FOUNTAIN PEN INK
sity end, is president of the club.
"The Ink That Made
MUMMERS TO PRESENT FIRST T n
PLAY AT ADVISOR'S PARTY
Mummers Dramatic organization Sies
will begin its activities this year with
a play to be given at the Junior advis-
or's party on Oct. 27, in the Barbour
gymnasium. This play will be "TheF
Teeth of the Gift Horse", by Mar-I
garet Cameron. The cast has not yet(
been officially announced.
Th'e society will produce two more I EI FO M(AfI
plays on November 9 and December 7, S P
at the Women's league regular Friday I
afternoon parties.
Stylus Society Meets
Stylus, literary honor society, met -
Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. __
Lewis Heilbrun4 at 1032 Vaughn l
street. Manuscript essays and poetry DONALDSON'S
were read and Frances Swain, '24, who The Shirt House of Ann Arbor
has recently returned from a year's s
study in France discused French cus- 224 SO. STATE
toms
D'ial laazine"
WISHES TO HAVE A
SALESMAN
TO SELL SUBSCRIPTIONS.
IN ANN ARBOR.
WRITE-"OUR WORLD"-DAILY

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In 10 Days
New beauty-new safety-new
delights, by combating film on teeth

UNION TO LIST ROOMS-
AVILABLEFOR. GAMES
COMMITTEE WILL MAINTAIN FILES
FOR CONVENIENCE OF
ALUMNI
Service for the listing of rooms over
the week-ends of the big games willa
open today at the Union. Landladies{
may phone in lists of rooms that they
wish to rent and the operator of the
Union switchboard will keep a file di-
rectory for those who wish to rentl
roms for the occasion.;
The Union is conductinig the -room-
ing service for alumni and friends of
students who wish to obtain rooms
during the wek-ends of the Ohio State

the influence of the great-master, says
Van Dyke, professor of the history of
art and archeology at Rutgers college,
New Brunswick, N. J.
D. A. R. Asks For I
War Scholarship
Flint, Oct. 10-Mrs. L. Victor Seydel
of Grand Rapids, in the opening ad-
dress 'at the twenty-third annual Mich-
igan conference of the Daughters of
' the American Revolution at Flint,
Tuesday, asked for a perpetual schol-
arship n the Universty of' Michigan
to be :known-as the D: A. R. war me-
morial scholarship.
Mrs. William H. Wait of Ann Ar-
bor, chairman of the n ew.Michigan

Here is a free test everyone
should make. This week your drug-
gist will present it to you.
It will show you a new way of
teeth cleaning, which millions now
employ. You will be amazed and
delighted. Go today and get it.
Combat that film
Film is your teeth's great enemy
--that viscous film you feel. No
ordinary tooth paste effectively
combats it, so much of it clings
and stays. Soon it becomes dis-
colored, then forms dingy coats.
That's why teeth lose luster.
Film also holds food substance
which ferments and forms acid. It
holds the acid in contact with the
teeth to cause decay. Germs breed
by millions in it. They, with tar-
tar, are the chief cause of pyorrhea.
Nearly everybody has suffered
from these film-caused troubles.
Dental science has in late years
found two great film combatants.

One disintegrates the film at all
stages of formation. The other re-
moves it without harmful scouring.
Able authorities proved these
methods effective. Then a new-
type tooth paste was created to
apply thefn daily. The name is
Pepsodent.
Dentists everywhere advise it.
Careful people of some 50 nations
are employing it today You
should learn what it means to you.
Two other enemies
Pepsodent multiplies the alka-
linity of the saliva. That is there
to neutralize the
acids. It multi-
plies the starch
digestant in the I FREE-
saliva. That is
there to digest i A 1O-D
starch deposits. * (0
So every use Insert your n
of Pepsodent pol"this"week
give maifod *presented with;
gives*manifold I I you live ou
power to these I dentman

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game, the Marine game, and the Min-
Desota game. All rooms at the Union
for these games have been gone since
early in the summer.
A file system of the roms to rent
will be kept giving the name of the i
householder, the address, the kind of
room, the price of the room, the floor,
light, heat, bath facilities, the number
of boarders, and genieral remarks in
connection with the room.
Students who wish to obtain rooms
for their friends or alumni who wish
rooms for these games may obtain them
by catlling the Union and leaving their
choice from the number listed with
one of the members in charge.
GLEE1CLUBCHOOSES 38
NEW MEMBERS FORGYEAR
Thirty-eight men who reported for
the final Varsity Glee club tryouts
held recently in the upper reading
room of the Union, have been picked
for membership in the club.' George'
Oscar Bowen, director of the club, test-a
ed out the candidates in quartette;
singing, and in this way determined
the men best qualified for membership.
Those who were chosen are: First
basses, Donald Chubb, '24, Percy B.
J'ill, '26, H. W. Jacox, '26, Lucianc
Lane, '26L, Everett Sawyer, '26, Har-
old A. Storms, '25E, H. L. Bright, '25,
L. P. Rennell, '24M, James A. Dryer,'
'24; second basses, John W. Bean, '24,
G. J. Gould, '25L, K. R. Keydel, '25E,t
D Neil Reid, '26L, Frank R. Malleaux,I
'24E, Harold Stephens, '24, K. G. Wigle,
'24, W. E. Schneider, '25E, Guilbert W.
Sherman, '26, W. W. Spanagel; '25E;
tenors: Herbert M. Wagner, grad.,
Duane Carr, George C. Alder, '26, E. I.
Ilerrold, '26, O. H. Jekel, '5, W. C.
Knox, '24, R. L. Reid, '24E, Neil Staeb-
ler, '26, Charles Campbell, '24L; sec-
ond tenors, S. H. Bean, '24, Robertz
Granger, '24E, L. D. Jones, '24, H. W.
Reninger, '24, O .A. Stocker, '25E, Paul
Dahlberg, '26M, Howard G. Scahill,
grad,, J. Kenneth Ramsey, '26, W. T.
Yalmer, '26, J. Quintin Waddell, '25.
ARChITECTURAL SOCIETY TO
DIRECT BAZAAR DECORATIONS
T-Square, women's architectural so-
ciety, held its first meeting on Tuesday
afternoon, to outline a program for the c
year. The T-Square is a club which
has for its main purpose the uniting
of the small body of women in the
architectural college. Last year its
work ownsisted mainly in making pos-
ters for women's events on the cam
pus, such as the Women's League ba-
zaar. This year the society has j
charge of the decorating for the ba-'
zaar' and making posters for the Jun-
ior Girls' play. Work on these pos-
ters will start immediatey. i~

Protect the Enamel
Pepsodent disintegrates the film, then
removes it with an agent far softer
than enamel. Never use a film com-
batant which contains harsh grit.

andChines e
Rug
e feredat Private Sale,
Afterthe Ilost successful Auction Sale of Oriental Rugs ever held in Ann
ATborwe offer the balance of the wonderful K. S. Jamgotch collection at pri-
vate sale.
Few Hundred Left
From the , ooo Piece 'Collection
Although many hundred rugs were sold at auction, the entire collection com-
prised more than 1,000 pieces and a few hundred are yet to be sold. Rugs of
all sizes and descriptions are still left. They will sell at prices far below the
market price.
FrsSedcial Sale
Washed Chinese Rugs

PAT. 0F. CALKIN.S-FLETCHER DRUG CO.
024 S. St'ate St., E. and S. Unversty
PA f
RiEG.U.S. Avenues. State and Packard Street
The New-Day Dentifrice
Dawson Bros., 106 S. MaIn Street
A scientific tooth paste based on modern research.
Now advised by leading dentists the world over. The Goodyear Drug Co., 107 S. Main
I i
J. J."'KANEE. J. WEIMER
FOOTWEAR OF QUALITY FINE HABERDASHERY

We Have
Them
Men,

Why You Should Shop
Here
Not only do we sell only the best makes
and grades of footwear and furnishings,
but we are out of the high rent district
and have little overhead.. We wait on you
o rciI t

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The kind of shoes pesoay.w
you like to wear at 335 50. N
a price that you will
like to pay . Fine sturdy oxfords in the pre-
vailing styles. Imported Scotch grains, Calf
Skins, Gun Metals. They are worth $12,
but we have priced them at

are at
MAIN STREET

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This One in
Black and Tan
A Winner

$ .00
We can't say enough
about these shoes. We
know if you see them
you will buy, for their
quality is unchallenged,
our prices are unbeaten.
Nunn-Bush and C. B.
Slater make only
worthy shoes-all

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12x9 Chinese, blue; and tan pattern rugs at $190.00.
$95.00.

9x6 Chinese rugs at

Many Oriental rugs priced $5.00 to $20.00.
Fine rugs priced $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00.

tic

Others as low as $6

YOU'LL LIKE
SHOPE HEE.
SAVE MONEY

TO Fraternity Representative
TOLL L. WALLACE HOFFMAN

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