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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1924

'THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y

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nr aninmals which still are existent ment both for students and for out-
1Mueu ~ eursu our rte ,ent °,go. A cast of the ciders. This service is gratuitous and
I~ I~ .~ H h dein Sk l -- - - from all harts of the state.

rented Ki
a few(day
uznis, whcm
the0 cab1in(

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build-l: aecntperi cent tax on imports fromT -
bIVLD ~ fU ~ lfI~ti fteBVEV O Brussels, Oct. 3.-A decree creating Rea
'rrhtl ng i"; t oftho kulrofnrprm- ermany effective Oct. 15 is to be pro-
Avial f h(ow nenit ', Dl~itive mn o Ixlcsia .which was 1I1ILIILIL
. . or Stu en s -lo 1 u nd(l :sev eral yea ris ago. T his skull,jGAn Cl s
Au ij nobvfl as li) rtode;iensais, 13is ow'
I }, in l LOII~ih and the (etst which is 1now I n(~CC 1V in'~ ne h
LOANS ALSO IN PLAN on exhibit lore is one of the -very : Vbm-c Agfovernwen I in room 2035 of (i.ran e ' ho o f
few w h Layetotis time lbeen . ie irti ldH, ,in piace of the _
Michigan Daughters of the Amleni- 11,d.'. former (je , f.s iii roo~Il 21 of the lj Estab. 18~83
can Revolution have lpresented to the ; Wl{ho kll was, 0 r ;,ovcred at Broken JjLli Y. bll (*,;,- the 1)uledll willClse Teda an Thsdy
University a perpetual $5,000 .l).,A. R. 1Hill, \vili is about G5() nmile.; north 10be1a1)le to ('II PPJ on the work withClseTuda adThray
war memorial scholarship in nmemory of Bulavioys in lmiode,;iat. It bearsi moreo('licieilcy and onf a larger scale.( Beginning Tuef.:day, Oct
of the Michigan boys who lost their) all the isa irks cf I b:e very midlive Thi ha=' ueau, of goxernnent, of ENROLL Now
lives in the World War. The in- type hai t reaily ('xitcd until a which Prof. 'T. H. l eeCt iSa director,
terest on the $5,000 is to b)e awardled! raier lepeiod. This is witneOssed(iis flhiintzhlflefl by ttli ti1vcrsity 1lrge- 'or -Dotails Call a1t A c?(den or
annually to worthy men in any de- by time fact that it was found along; ly for the .po )05 of receiviag and-Pratisruio yApo
partment or class (loomed worthy of withIl Ih« i- 511tomis of lions and uthl- amswri'in i 10111 es oil city govern-__________________ ________
Such assistance to the University - ---- - _ _ _____.
committee having administration of ~ -____ ____________________
such funds, of which D~ean of Stu-;f
clents Joseph A. Bursley is chairman.Sika
The local Daughters of the Ameni- IH m e rn co
!"that $200 of the $500 D. A. RI. ste-
(lent loan fund, which was estab lish- aS-IR 71Lx25 a
ed in 1916, is now available for loans., !La - d o our Complete , .,
The amount usually. loaded from this
fund is $100 or less, on which no in- ATISFA TIO
shall 1)0 out of college for two years. By the
Theli fund is available to any student
of any delpartment or class, although(r
preference is given to women. Appli.-M O EQL,.J . INJ3t XY/
c ants for this fund should see Dean
JBursley, chairman of the comite 044 1), AN STREET PRONE 2355
mentioned in the above paragraph.
Four loans are already out, onle _________________________________________
having been awarded to a man. Of _______________________
these, two were awarded in 1921 andJ
two in 1923. "i

Cing Albert for signature in ,t1 l Exlt illilE1 61ll ltltf 1 E 11 d a4: H ilIiII I
tys by Premier Georges The- I
ose decision in the miatter has At the Sign of
et's approval.
HE G L E OASthe XWant Ads 1 When Those Who Favor Us With Their Custom Shall Experience
( Every Courtesy andI Attention
.- Private Dining Rooms
Breakfast - Lunch, 11 to 1:30 - Dinner, 5 :to 8
f.1 .1 ciio Parties Sunday Evening Lunches
Corner of Forest and South University
7-71:45 P. M. . Phone 3361-W
t. 7th
Phone 788 T d y
mt ent--I don't Borrow-Subscribe T d y
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UNIVERSITY TO RECEIVE
ELECTRIC PHOTO SERVCE'
The University is to receive the
elecrical p~hoto news service design-
ed especially for distribution to col-I
leges, which is now being supplied
to 97 colleges and univrstis
throughout the United States by tm'
General Electrical company.
The service should pro0v of espe-
cial interest to students of electric-
al engineering, since it will inclde
photographs of new developments in
the electrical industry, suppl'emnoted
by a short description of th picture.
Tfhe first photograph in the series
shows what is claimed to lbe the larg-
est comnpound turblin e generator ever
constructed:, the 60,000 kilowatt gen-!
cr'ator' built for the Commonwealth
Edison company, of Chicago.
Thle lpictures will be changed twice
each month.
CONERDENCES OEREED
IN SOP MANAGMENT
Prof. C. B. Gordy, of the mcanic-
al engineering department, has ina-1
gurated a now nithodl of insruciion
in his courses in production and shop
inanagement consisting of confer-
vnces to be held every, two weeks
throughout the year.
Tlhe first of these conferenes, at
which men lprominent il somelO lasel
(f Owl work: will conduct round
table discus ;ions, will be held next!
'thursday night. Professor G ordiy is
maing arrangements with av.111) ex
cti Ve from D1etroit. 'Che main to-
ics at thee (discus-,;ons1 will followI
he cli'S awork fori'the peceinlg two
READ) T IICM1ClI(AN l)AtL
QoYoull
Care for a tasty litle lc-
eon? Most people do. Stop
in some time-you are sure
to be pleased.
Then, too, our Sunday spe-
cial dinners are really deli.-
dious. We are ere to
pleasc--try us once and se
if we can't please you.
Pimote 1~I 15 S Nat S4

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