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THUTRS-DAY, SEPTJIP13R 27, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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PAGIII TF1RE1I~

TRAINING SCHOOL -TO
PUBLISH pMcpAilil

Glee Club Director
Has ers e v
ve Siychool of '.i ;i:, whlo "or onI
v, r i l11as leen fl (rC('t or of ~l
granitd a year's leave of absence. At

sinnrnnl APP AniiipnnP Tn 1

tion committee of the junior advisors,

AT THE THlEATERS

urru LM RM UMviii be glad to receive these names,
'n xi i i remedy the matter as soon as
y NIDJA1 I JM[' -- Jniors who have not as yet receiv-
ed advisees, are asked to consult the

AITRELAA 1101"rs,'24. WI IJ
LI('A TJION

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Arcade-Hope Drown in "Holly-
wood."

the present Cic esheo is at I ai Louise
Numerous (canges have lieen made ill (Canada, :And she expects to spend
in the edfelat~onaI phase of the uni- thre winter in Seattle, WNash.
AihSs Mande Kleyn has beenfla])-
versity Nurnes' Training scol a" poifl'd totakMs hunt's Place this1
year. The preliminary course of four Year as (director' of thae Glee clulh 1i;q

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Majestic-Gloria Swanson
"Bluebeard's Eighth Wife."

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months has not been changed bast for !Kiclyn was fora
the sophomores and upper cla asueu St nley chorus
the. number of hours of actual <class-I '-ThIROOl of lVlusi
room experience has been increased ouits for the (':
from 620 to 825. This addition to the :seat as yet as
hours, together with several new Il year's wont ha
courses offered for the first time this ed.
year, rounds out and makes a fuller___
curriculum. I Dusseldi+orf, ~
"This apparently is going to be a ! Secizi'~re o j.1
most promising year," sayo Mt(isAlice o 1
Lake, Educational Director of teI )ythe mars abo
Training School. "The new Nurses'-
Iiomie which accommiodates the in-
crease in students is a splendid inno--
vation. The students themselves -are
shoing addced interest,."
Tihis new interost has taken thc!l
form-i of written expr;essioni. PiS
nurse;s are compiling a ina gaz e to ''r-a
be called "The capl" TheI t All '*rmo.; am
number' will be published soon. An~Idybcy h
sihu' their names
relia. Totts, '24, is editor-In--chief of ! rourgym
the. paper. There will be a literary
and alumnae section in the publica-
tion together with several other (Ic,--( Entering seni(
partmaents of interest to the nurses! more women whi
and general public.j assignaed an advi
Social activities of the nurs-es are s lanchke Kynast
at a standstill at present. The 11rrr n- her at 602 Mon
ink; school opened September 11 anci !sihe, in ordcr#
the entertainment such as get-ac- s gaged One. It
qluainted-parties were over before the entering upper
other schools at the Uiversity ogpen an' aciiscr for
edl for -registration.wlltake place
Mayence, Sept. 26-(B3y A,, P.)-Ap- l All vwomen wh
ostler of Joseph Smneets,- SeparatistC athletic honor 1a
chief, have, adopted a resolu"tion to a re in dou'bt tir
join fie Rthineland Republican party, call Ma ry I'arly

nnerly (directora of the
s of thne University
de. The (late for try-
Uee club has not beoen
arrangements for thiS
NOe not Deen lcomliet-
Selt. 26-By .1.)---
ruiiianr, 500 b:illion pa-
Mt $500,000) was made
at rackely.

Orpheum- Norma Talmadge in
"The Law of Compensation."
Wuerth- Wally Van and Patsy
Ruth Miller in "The Drivin'
Pool."
Staggo-Tlds Week

All new women on the campus will
be entertained at a party to be held
IFriday, Oct. 26, under the (direction of
the upperclass and junior advisory
committees. A special program and
other features are being p~lannedl for
the occasion. Blanche Kynast, '24,
chairman of the advisory commnittee
for all entering senior, junior and
sophomore women, and Margaret Dig-'
on, '25, party chairman of the jun-
ior advisory committee, will have
charge of the affair.+
Although the assigning of advisors+
to entering freshmen has pirogressed
rapidly, there are still some freshmen
who passed the junior advisor table
during registration week without sign-
ing, and these women have not receiv-
ed advisors. Edna Kadow, '2,5, phone
1323, who is chairman of the infornz -

lists posted in B~arbour gymnasium'as
soon as possible.
Library Displays
Tapestry Plates
Plates of c othic tapestries from the
new French works are now on display
on the first floor of the Library. The
plates are in four colors and illustrate
tap~estries dating from 1425 to 1531, the
originals of which are now in mus-
eums in Europe.
Pictured on the plates are biblical,
historical, and hunting scenes, along
with views from social life of that
time and church history. An illustra-
tion shiowing a model of a tapestry
loom is also included in the display.
Librarian W. W. Bishop purchased

the p~lates on his trip abroad last year
and, according to him, they are re-
markable views of the original tapes-
tries, and especially so, because of the
fact that the weave and method of
manufacture can actually be discern-
ed.
The display will be in the cases in
the Library for another week.
Veterans Wage WIar on D~ope Ring
"Dope" peddlers, especially those
preying on the compensation received
by ex-service men, are due for a sev-
ere shakeup if the United States Veter-
ans' bureau continues its waxr on them,
During the last 40 dlays *more dopeC ped-

flers and dealers have been appre-
hended in the San Francisco district
than during the six mocnths prced-
ing. Among thcr~ were 01 peddlers,
four dealers, and $12,000 worth ofnor-
phine, cocaine, and heroin.
THE BUSY BEE
PASSES
WA'.CI FOR OPENINTG
THE ARBOR FOUNTAIN

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The

Id selW1ior who wish to
fall are request-( to
son the bulletin board
aasium.
ir, ;junior, and sopho-
o have not as yet been
risor, are asked to call
t, '24, 2557, or write
aroe, as soon as pos-
that they may be as-
is neoessary for all
class women to have
certain events which
at a later date.
os wish to verify their
points and those who
out t hem are 'asked to
V, 1-05-W, at once.

Garrick (Detroit)-Julia Stuart
in "The Biat."
Whitney-"Mixed Marriages."

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University

Aceelts League SecretaIrysh~ip
Ada Mulholland, '27, will act as un-
dergraduate secretary of the Michigan
League this ybar. She has had three
years of secretarial experience,, and
worked as assistant to Neva Lovewell,
'22, for one year. The League is plan-
ning to combine the small activities
which have been conducted in the past
into larger affairs, and to use special
talent in its proper field.

Every
student
Needs
One

School
music,

of

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11 ", '"' 11 Hill

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FULL & COMPLETE STOCK OF HdARDWARE.
We can afford to sell for less -- We are out of the
h'gh rent district.
Newcomers will EVENTUALLY learn that they can
trade here for less. Why.v not NOW'?

it

The- latest thing in
portable typewriters.
IT'S the New Corona,
an ofi'ce typewriter
in portable "form.
Has all modern improve-
ments such as automatic
ribbon reverse, visible
writing, extra wide car-
riage, standard portable
keyboard, simplest and
easiest to learn.
Costs only $50 with car-

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W IEN you have a brilliant thought, write it
down. It may be about biology 1, a new
way of handling the forward pass, or a note to Dad.
Whatever it is -write it-on a Remington Portable.
This little machine is always ready. You. can
tap out your thoughts far faster and easier than
you can write with a pen.
Compact-fits in a case only four inches high.
Compete-has the four-row keyboard like the big machines,
and other "big machine'' features.
Convenint -can be operated on your lap if uyou wish, for
it carries its table on its back.
'Price, complete with case, $60. Eaisy payment terms iff desired
Araii Arbor, 111i('b
Ileinington Typeiwrhtea Co,
D)etroit'; 110+t
Stacy R.. Black,
60=4 East M~adisoni Street
Phione 18'09

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MAYNARD STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
Se ester beg,"ins
STU1)ENTS MAY ENROLL NOW

EARL

V. MOORE, Musical Director

GIVE

US ATRIAL

BYRL' F. BACHER, Dean of Women,

1Phone 554 213-15 West Liberty Streetj

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~~~~11desired.~ J *'Ja~~~
0. DA MORRILL
17NICKE-LS ARC"ADE
The Ty pew~riter and Stationery Store
Other makes of typewriters taken in
part payment.

ALBERT -LOCKWOOD)
JHIAl) OF IPIAN'O DEPARTMENT

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Mrs.. George, B. Rheadi
Mrs. Maud Okkelberg
Mrs. Emma Fischer-Cross
Mr. -Otto i. 'Stahl
Miss Nell B. Stockwell
Miss Edith B. Koon
Miss Marthai Merkle
Miss Grace Richards

NOW PLAYING

5NSON'
Presents

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WILLIAM WHEELER
HEAl) OF TOICE DEPARTMENT
Mrs. William 'Wheeler
Miss Maude ~C. Kleyn
Mrs. Grace Johnson-Konold
Miss Nora B. Wetm'ore

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,witAw
PATSY RUTH sMILLEIM
N --N &'AE MFRAN"CIS
'the whole police
force is after ~j2
lWritf-en y p,
WALLACE RID'S FAMOS RACING STORIES

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SAMUEL P. LOCKWOOD
.HEAD)0" OF \ )lEPiRTWENT

Mr. Anthony J. Whitmnire
Mrs. Marian St~ubc-Freemap

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WILFRED ILSON-
hEl) OF AWINTD INSTRUMENT DEPARTMENT
Miss Ora Larthard, Violoncello
Mr. Marion C. Wier, Violoncello
GEORGE OSCAR BOWEN
111 ID U)Oi' PUBLIC CHOOIQQL MJC r5

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Affiliated with the University
of IMichigan

HAL OC HI~sN'S 1~RASCALS
"BACK STAGE"

Courses are offered in all branches of music under teachers
who are musical experts. Tfuition rates are reasonable.

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