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rRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

NOTED CHEMIST TO
SPEAK ER TOAYU

Will Address
Chemical Society

News From Other Colleges

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Professor Whttmore, of Northwestern,
Talks on Organic Chemistry
of Mercury
SUBJECT TO BE DELIVERED
iN SEMI-POPULAR FASHIONS
Prof. Frank C. Whitmore, of the
chemical department of Northwestern
university, will be the speaker at the
meeting of the University section of
the American Chemical society that
takes place at 4:15 o'clock today in
the chemical amphitheater. His sub-
ject will be the "Recent Developments
in the Organic Chemistry of Mercury."
Professor Whitmore is considered
the greatest living authority in his
field. He is the author of the A. C. S.
monograph "Organic Compounds of
Mercury," and is the former secretary
and chairman of the organic division
of the American Chemical society. He
is also a member of the editorial board
of the Chemical Bulletin, which is the
uil)bhcation of the society.
The members of the University sec-
tion of the American Chemical society-
will give a dinner to Professor Whit-I
more at 6 o'clock today in the Union.{

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Penn State-Pennsylvania day will statistics the Varsity footballers have
e strictly a student affair this year, piled up a total of more than two
nd not a public affair as in former hundred points against their oppon-
ears. Among the events of the day ents, while only 36 points have been
ill be the Georgia Tech game, and scored against thein.
soccer game may be arranged with ---
ie Navy. Yalc--Among the many prominent
persons who have expressed their
Chicago-Class elections and nomi- opinions on the prohibition question
ations will lie held in chapel this is Admiral Sims. He is quoted as say-
ear. This will eliminate registration. ing in a recent speech here, "I believe
that Prohibition is here to stay."
Dartmouth-An increasing interest-
serious matters on the ptrt of stu- Ohic--Harry (loge) Workman car-
ents, and a corresponding increase in ried off the honors in the senior elec-
ie desire to find and make iise of tion. He received 45 more votes than
howledge which may be obtained from his nearest competitor for, president
ooks is indicated in the increase in of the class.

Don't We a
Mollusk
and
Eat the Same
Food Every Day
TRY OUR
SPECIAL
SUNDAY
Chicken
Dinner
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the use of the University library, ac-
cording to the report of the library Mexico City, Nov. 8.-Political rum-
committee. ors today include one that Presdent
Obregon will ask for a leave of abs-
Cornell-According to the latest. ence.

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Prof. Frank C. Whitmore
Nationally known chemist of North-
western university, who will address
the University section of the American
Chemical society at 4:15 o'clock today
in the chemldcal amphitheater. , His
subject is "Recent Developments in the
Organic Chemistry of Mercury."

A Star..-A Constellation

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TONIGR-T-lIIIL AUDITORIUH

University
Restaurant
91 1 North Univ.

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Plasse Will Talk
On Art Conditions
In order to inform the American I
students of 'the art conditions abroad,
and especially in France, M. George
Plasse of the Societe de Graveurs
Modernes Francaises has consented to
give a short address at 3 o'clock today
in the upper gallery of Alumni hall.j
Many of the etchings now on display
in the gallery are the work of M.+

Plasse, and
accuracy of
upon them..
everyone.

Student Injured in Game
Henry F. Clark, '27, was injured
while playing speedball Tuesday. He
susttined a broken knee and is under
care at the Health service infirmary.

are remarkable for thej
the etching work done
The talk will be open to

ts true efficiency to use
Classifieds.-Adv.

Daily

.. Wallace Hoffman
Fraternity
Representative
Underwear
Full length, well fit-
ting, warm w i n t e r
weights if you like it.
Athletic style if you
prefer that kind. Wil-
son Bros. make it all.
$1.00 up

Men Like

.This

Fine Shop
It's a shop different from the ordinary.
Here you get personal service, our mer-
'handise is all of the very best and our
prices are lower than elsewhere. You'll
like this shop too.
Great Values in Shirts
We've just received them from Earl and
Wilson. White or modestly colored.
With or without collars attached. Well
fitting, durable, fine fabrics.
$2.00 and up

Across from Chemistry Bldg,

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OVERFLOW DANCE.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10

SCHOOL .OF JN
TICKETS

MUSIC

AUDITORIUM

AT GRAHAM'S

Pajamas
You'll need heavier pa-
jamas for these cold
nights. We have sev-
eral new numbers 'that
will please you.
$2.25 up.

E. J. WEIMER

$1.00 Couple

9 to 12

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with J. J. 0'I

Opposite Elks
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White Swan Comments on Dry
Cleaning. It will pay
you to read
Facts are hard things to refute and White Swan wants you
to know the facts about its modern way of dry cleaning
your clothes.
The White Swan has the most modern and up-to-date dry
cleaning equipment in Ann Arbor. It is recommended
by the National Association of Dry Cleaners. It is manu-
factured by a company of world-wide i mp o r tance -who
have been manufacturing dry cleaning equipment since
the industry was founded. It is a system rapidly displac-
ing the older and more obsolete systems in every section
of the country.
There are several good cleaning agents that will clean
your clothes without injury. (White Swan uses CLEAN-
ERS' NAPTHA, not gasoline.) White Swan uses it be-
cause it believes it is the best, proven so by practical ex-
perience and by scientific tests. It is used by all the lead-
ing large dry cleaners of the country.
White Swan uses the Bowser Clarofilter process of clari-
fying its dry cleaning liquid. It is a process of filteration
by which every particle of s u b s t a n c e foreign to the
cleaning agent is removed. There is no fire used in clari-
fying with its attendant risk to your clothing. Every bit
of lint, all grease and dirt, everything but pure Cleaners'
Naptha is removed in the process, making it fresh and
clean before your clothes are cleaned in it. ABSOLUTE-
LY NO CAUSTIC IS USED IN ANY PROCESS BY THE
WHITE SWAN.
Your clothes are cleaned by the continuous flow of this
cleaning agent until they are thoroughly cleaned. The
fluid runs out at the bottom as fast as it runs in at the top,
and this continues until the fluid as it leaves the machine
is as clear as when it enters.
Step by step in its process The White Swan can prove to
you by facts that its method is superior to other methods,
and at every step in the process. We will welcome the op-
portunity to do so.
It's a fact. Better cleaning, betterpressing, better service
here, always.

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The discomfort caused by
roughened hands or
cheeks will be a disturb-
ance unknown-after the
healing effect of Dermal

DePachmann and His'
Baldwin
To those who were at Hill Auditorium last Monday night it is not neces-
sary to state how well he played his way into the heart of his audience. To
the other, who were not there, well-they have heard all about it, anyway.
But we should say a word of his Baldwin, for, after all, it was this instru-
.ment that created the sensation. Of the piano, De Pachman himself says,
"Ah, the Baldwin! c'est Piarvelleuse! my piano is my wife. Jel 'aime.
We would further say that we have similar Baldwins on display at our
store, and after DePachman finishes his tour we will have his for sale.
Allmendinger Music Shop,
305 Maynard Street

Cream.

Made Only at

G. Claude Drake's

Drug and Prescription
Store
Stat and N. University
Phone 308

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EVERYTHING IN MUSIC

PHONE 1692

"The Quarry"~

WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY COMPANY

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