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Y , OCTOB3ER 7t, 19241

THE, MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE T.

MIlit'"c4 o AI Ie m! (, Eve of
XVILL BE AT CHICAGO

May Become Head
Of Naval Academy

STATE COMMITTEE
ON HEALTH MEETS
New Unit Added When Wayne Society
y Sends Delegate to Act on
Education Board
BURTON IS PRESENT
The Michigan State Joint Committee.
on Health Educatidon held its first
meeting of the year yesterday at the
Union. The most important step de-
cided upon at the meeting was the
plan to add one more unit to the
committee by inviting the Wayne
County Medical society committee on1
education to become a member, theirI
representative to be the chairman of J
their committee. This unit would be-
come the ninth one in the organiza-
tion.

H . McCrack~en of the. Detrfoit College
of Medicine; W. W. Gibson, president
of the State Dental society; T. J.
Werle secretary of the Michigan Tub-
erculosis association; A. H. Stoneman,
president of the Children's Aid soci-
ety at Lansing; also five members of
the University faculty, President Mar-
ion L. Burton, Dean Hugh Cabot of the
Medical school; Prof. John Sundwall
of the public health anti hygiene de-
partmont; Prof. W. D. Henderson of
the University Extension department,
and Prof. Carl Hueber of the Medi-
cal school.
The next meetin~g of the joint comn-
mittee will take place in Battle. Creek
on Jan. 14. it xwill be an important
one as it is the only one that is held
In coujunctiou with the State Medical
council.
HI&BRRIWILL ADRESS
I FR INFFR IM flFTHITh

"Daylighting in School Buildings."
This course is for central station}
engineers who are interested in i-,
lumination problems and wish to
carry on their work as advisor's to
the consumuer. After two months of11
training by correspondence, these

inen were exa~minedl

vtesterdaiv in1

Chiago to determine their ability to
continue the remainder of the course
which will consist of a three weeks
trip) to the larger cities in the coun-
try where they will examine illumi-
nation problems in operationi, hear
lectures, and, hold conferences.
Dean NV. Taylor, '14, of lIndianapo-
lis, is th erepresentative of his corn-
pany in this course.

Read The Daily, "Classified", Columns
Decorat i ve De tails
From. The Accessory Sho
After all, dctalls are supreme-supreme in function-supreme in
fashion. It's the important little details of the mode that means so
much to smart' costuming these days. Our displays show only correct
and, fashion-right accessories according to this season's mode. You
will have no trouble in choosing, after you have seen our displays of
new Fall Accessories.I

rilean etng of the fifth - : ;
.: ,. jc of the A imn i association will
is'c~ I= Ol ridlay, October 17, the
ngt before the Illinois-Mlichigan
gae in C'hicago, it was alnnounced l
yeilcr'(l.y lby rT. Hawley Tapping,
'.1ll 1' i ld secretary of the associa'-
tioil.
It is) hoped that representatives of
allI thie Strong clubs in 'Wisconsin and
Illinois will 1)e present. Among those
1 hies that will send delegates are:
;Milw auke(, Green Bay, and B~eloit,
Wisonsin; Rockford, Elgin, Mtoline,
(1u ktoe:k Island~, Illinlois. Other
l~l'io 011clubswho may send lrep~re-
g┬źntal i v, ) 4so: Y'lont icello, Danville,!j 'I ~li!fiGy I. rrg
Peoria, end;L )priingield. sI I: ar Admiral Gay H. fBurrage,U.S
At LOS niet hn l election of of- Navy, is slated fcr appointment as
fic r; 0't t coming year will taker i(rtne c heavlcdmy
plaei, a w1l as the election of the eitn(etC h aa cdm
(A c, director. Willian- D. McKen-; at Annapolis, according to reports
K, is pres.ent head of the dis- i'o? iN ashington.,
;i'f Pans will also be made forI
paric ipation in the international
netf;ofuniclubs to be)0 1ld jmu to mnake arrangements to have
~t ~ ~i!'At thiis spring, the Varsity band tour that section of
i:oulcencflnt was; also made that the state during Christmas vacation.
wmi'llent district, composing the This ;roup brought the glee club for
l'a Peninsula of l Michigan, is try- a tour there last spring.

lidernlatlonlal ere
OXFORD
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MICHIGAN
Wednesday, Oct. 8, Hill Aud.
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Sweaters
For the Golden Fall

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tAmong the many members of the
joint committee who attended they Prof. . II. Higbie of the electri-
gathering were the following: Dr. C.( cal engineering department will ad-
C. Clancy of Port Huron, the newly d iress the training course in lighting,
elected president of the State Med- given under the joint auspices of the
sea~l society; Dr. J. B. Jackson of Kal- Illuminating Engineering society and.
amazoo, president of the state medical the Nationale Electric Light associa-
council; Dr. R. M. Olin of Lansing, tion, as Cass Technical school in De-
state commissioner of health; Dr. W. troit tomorrow. His subject will be

The new Cricket Sweater leads the sweater
fashions for Fall. It is a rather heavy slip-
on with a tri-colored front of gay colors.
$5 and up.
Next come the coat sweaters in plains,
plaids and mixtures in very smart. styles.
Prices also begin at $5.

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Stacomb

Under New Mt!anagemnent
ferry Field Lunch

Ht

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Soine of the Many Helps to
Personal Neatness-Carried in
Our Toilet Goons Department.

TO EARN YOUR WAY
THROUGH COLLEGE
I F LACK of money is depriving
.1you of a college education, seize
this easy opportunity of earning.
your way through. Without sales
experience you can make $5 to $15
in a, few hours selling Mens-Wear
Shoes direct to the wearer. This
distinctive, high-class line saves
the buyer from 25 to 40%. 'Every
man your prospect. Hunidreds of
students in other colleges are earn-
ing 'their education through this
pleasant, spare-time Work.
.Immediate Profits!
No waiting for comimissions l You deduct
your share at the tMue of saie. Write us to-
day ft r c)mtplete details (! Exclusive sales
right given to one person in evety college.
It you have the ambition, here is the sales
opportunity that wiil put' you. throu~h col-
lege with no flunicNI worries.
JAMERICAN MENSWEAR CO.
506 ForthSt.S.Minneapohs M.

jFlat bags are still the utmost so far "as
Fashion is concerned. The smart lady this
Fall may choose her bag of leather or-if
she prefers-a beaded bag is very good,
u~sually with highly Color~ed silk lining and
many compartments. $2Vand up.

thosiery in all the. new Fall tones. Handkerchiefs~ in the new
border effect. English broadcloth blouses in all styles. Suede and
leather belts in all colors-they are all here, and to be chosen for
your new Fall ensemble.

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Brilliantine
Glostora
EBERBACH & SON CO.
200-204 East Liberty Street.

State and Packard

Mrs. Flynn

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All Seats 25c

College men and women now
keep tkeir hair fashionablymot
H ER smooth, 1ustrox~s hair, don~e times just the way you, want it t<
H hwith fashionable plainness in look. Non-staishipg and4 non-greasy
lines that follow closely the shape of In jars and tubes. At all drug an(
the head .... departmnent stores.
His well-kept hair, always in place.
always trim, neatly parted, natural- ""
looking . .. .
Stacomb is responsible for this
new trimness, never before possible.
It keeps your hair looking at all K 411P3 THE, HAIR IN PiAC E

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"The Humming Bird." '.4
RUDOLPH
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ALLAN FORREST 'AND ESTELLE TAYLOR
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NO h BEIIY
and Others
JACK WYATT"
And is
Scotch Lads and Lassies
j Fra' the Land o' the Heather Hoot Mon!
NOTE.-This is one of Keith's standard top-line acts
a .1 ""'s qiuvenile act al s, the title "Lads and Lassies"

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of , ,0,Z rom the romantic npet Charle i'1jor
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