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Y, srrTENMER 28, 192°1

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Y, SEPTEMBER 28, 1923 PAGE THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MINENT FACULTY MEN RETURN
FROM SUMMER TOURS IN EUROPE

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Prof. Walter B. Pillsbury of the L. C. Smith and Corona Typewriters
O'sychology department, one of the guages department, Professor Philip
;many professors who were abroad: E. Bursley of the French department,
spending their time in traveling, pre- and Prof. Walter F. Colby of the phys-
senting lectures and doing research ics department

days with an increase of about fived t
ECIST AIIO FIC KL~ e.' cent over last year at this time., Read the
REG R IO l URES p * "'" """'1
Final figures from all the colleges wilt
niirbe compiled next week.
SH 9N 1922 be The figures to date are as follows:
literary college, 4,893; dental college, THE B
349; Colleges ofEnginegring and Arch-.
Registratiop figures last night total- Itecture, 1,736; Medical school, 596; P
ed 8,852 students enrolled in all col- Law school, 452; School of Education,
leges in the University. This repre- 231; College of Pharmacy, 76; Grad- WATCH F
sents a gain of 274 in the last two uate school, 295, and the Nurses Train-
ling school, 214. THE ARBO
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work, has but recently returned. I
Attending th4 International Con-
pgress of Psychologists at Oxford,
England, he was appointed a member
of the International Committee for the
next congress.
Pllsbury Lectures In Europe
The greater period of Professor

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Pillsbury's trip was spent upon his
journeys in France where he lectured
at the various Universities,
Dr. Carroll H. May of the economics
department who spent the summer in
England and France, was impressed
by the mental attitude of the French
people. He said that the French did
not invade the Ruhr valley for the
sake of conquest, but because they are
deeply in need of the reparations to
carry out their policy of reconstruc-
tion.
Person to Study at Sarboune
F. W. Peterson of the rhetoric de-

Start right. Get your M
book and begin pasting
football pictures in it.
Both can be had at
Lyndon (&*Co.
619 It. Vniveralty

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partment will spend the year studying
in Scandinavia and France. He has
always been very much interested in
the Scandinavian language, literature,
and art. He is, at present, delving
into the oldculture of the Scandinav-
ian peoples at the old University of
Upsala with its Codex Argenteus.
Later he will go to Paris where he
will study at the Sarbonne.
Prof. Fred N. Scott of the rhetoric
department will not return to the Uni-
versity until next year. He is travel-
ing through Europe with his bride,J
formerly Miss Georgia Jackson of'
Larchmont, N. Y. He will touchC
England, France, Spain, Italy, and,
Egypt.
Many Professors inEuropegd
Prof.. Moritz ILevi, who resigned
from the French department last June:
also spent the summer in Europe.
Prof. A. O. Lee of the modern lan-
Among those who traveled in Eu-I
rope were Prof. J. Rallegh Nelson of
the engineering college, Prof. Max
Winkler of the German department,
SENIORS !
Goodenss knows you need a Corona
in college, but it's in business the
man with a Corona really shines.
Get your Corona now and learn to
use it before you starthunting that
job. $50 buys a new one, $30 a per-
fectly good one. Other makes of type-
writers taken in part payment.
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17 NICKELS ARCADE
The Typewriter and Stationery Store
staler:I

Class-,in Parchment Lamp Shade Making and Lamp Shade
Painting Begins
Friday, OdoberS
This class which starts a week from Friday will be under the
direction of a competent instructor. Anyone who is interested in this
work is invited to attend. There is no charge of any kind connected
with this offer.
PARCHMENT LAMP SHADES FOR HOME DECORATING
Bed Lamp Frames Wire Lampshade Frames
Attachable Fifters for Frames Rings for Paper Shades
Parchment Painting Outfits Wall and Candle Shields
Brushes, Oils, Paper Colors Boudoir Doll Lamp Frames
Electric Shade Holders
PAINTING AND DECORATING

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Caps For Autumn
For these in-between days when you're chang-
ing from a light-weight to a winter hat a
swanky cap in a pleasing fall shade is the
thing for campus and sports wear.
We are showing the latest importations from
Thomas Townend and Ayres and Smith -
both of London.. These caps are substantial
proof of the Englishman's art of cap-making-.
you'll like the way they t and hold their
shape.
$3 and $3.50
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HABERDASHERS TO MICHIGAN MEN

Music

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Semester begins-
September 24th
STUDENTS MAY ENROLL NOW

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They're the smart button-
front coat sweaters of brush-
ed wool in t.n and corn-
bination colors. Worn in,
place of a vest.

MONDAY, OCT 1, TUESDAY, OCT. 2
MICHIGAN REPERTORY THEATRE

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Store for en owntown
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Newest Fall

EARL V. MOORE, Musical Director
BYRL F. BACH ER, Dean of Women
ALBERT LOCKWOOD
HEAD OF PIANO DEPARTMENT
Mrs. George B. Rhead
Mrs. Maud Okkelberg
Mrs. Emma Fischer-Cross
Mr. Otto J. Stahl
Miss Nell B. Stockwell
Miss Edith B. Koon
Miss Martha Merkle
Miss Grace Richards
WILLIAM. WHEELER
HEAD OF VOICE DEPARTMENT
Mrs. William Wheeler
Miss Maude C. Kleyn
Mrs. Grace Johnson-Konold
Miss Nora B. Wetmore

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Smart hat
for fall, $5'

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It's a lightweight affair of
rough finish fabric and can
be rolled up for packing in
bag or pocket. In gray and
tan. Others at $3.50 to $10.
Do you own
a slicker?
The yellow ones with cor-
duroy collars are $6. Olive
green slickers with strap at
neck are $7.50. Either kind'
will keep you dry.
A comfortable
bathrobe, $6
Useful every day in the-
year. These are of warm

SAMUEL P. LOCKWOOD
HEAD OF VIOLIN DEPARTMENT
Mr. Anthony J. Whitmire
Mrs. Marian Struble-Freeman
WILFRED WILSON
HEAD OF WIND INSTRUMENT DEPARTMENT
Miss Ora Larthard, Violoncello
Mr. Marion C. Wier, Violoncello
GEORGE OSCAR BOWEN
HEAD OF PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC
Affiliated with the University
of ichigan

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MEMBERS' TICKETS EXCHANGED
AND PUBLIC SEAT SALE AT BOX
OFFICE THURSDAY AT 10 A. Ml

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