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1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE 8

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COLUMN
CLOWE
I1T3 P.M.

ADVERTISING

FOR SALE lFosdick
EET CIDER. Fresh daily. Bring Post
our jug. Charles Klager, 617 S.

Resigns
In New York

FOR SALE Remington Portable
Typewriters.'Time payments if de-
sired. Geo. Register, 604 E. Madi-
son, Phone 1809.
1918 Ford Sedan Mechanically good
condition. See it and make a bid,
any time this week. 553 S. Fourth
Ave.
FOR SALE Lyon & Healy silver B
flat soprano. Bargain for $60.00.
Call Roberts at 783.
FOR SALE Cheap. 1922 Ford tour-1
ing. 1921 Ford touring; 1920 Chev-
rolet touring. Geary's Garage. 453
S. Seventh St. 239-M.
FOR SALE A practically ,new $8.00
Woman's "National" Tennis rack-
et at a reasonable price. Call
2726 -R.
COURDUROY Reefer and she~epskin
mackinaw, large sized, very reason-

and at which Mr. Wickenden will give
a brief report of his research worn,
11[N iNI HS WIL Ithis semester.
iS At the first director's report, which
'IIIwas made at the National conference
at Boulder, Colorado last June, Mr.
Wickenden brought out the fact that,
Wickendon Will Give Report Of His engineering students do not receive a
Survey Of Engineering weaker foundational training than
Education students of other professional schools,
but that the main differences between
AA1V.EET SARTS TDAY the prevailing educational standards
-MEETA STARTS TODAY in law, medicine and engineering are
to be seen in the realm of length ana
Changes and developments in the en- severity of purely technical training,
gineering curriculun will be discussed rather than in the realm of collegiate
at a conference of the departmental foundational work or cultural re-
heads of the Engineering college and quirements.
E W. E. Wickenden, director of the sur-
vey of engineering education, this
noon. The survey which Mr. Wicken-
den is directing is being made under
the auspices of the American Society
for the promotion of Engineering Ed- ,00 T
ucation and is being financed by the
Carnegie foundation.0
At the meeting this nodn special
emphasis will be laid upon the new AR
five year course in engineering and
the relation existinig between the col- I T
leges and industry.
Service Record B
Mr. Wickenden, because of his aca-
demic and industrial training, was A
chosen director of the survey at the I
last meeting of the American SocietyA
for the Promotion of Engineering Ed-A O'
ucation which was held at Urbana, Ill.,L
in 1922. He was at one time professor
of electrical engineering at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, during the war
he served in the personall of the army,
and afterwards as assistant vice-pres-
ident of the American Telephone and
Telegraph company, heading the per-
sonell department.
The local engineering education
committee is composed of Prof. J. L. ES T O T I
Nelson,' Prof. A. L. Hopkins, Prof. W.S
C. Hoad, Prof. J. H. Cannon, and
Prof. John Airey. In the evening a U
dinner will be given which will be
attended by the engineering faculty
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Berlin
TO

Gives Aid
Virchow's Kin

Berlin, Oct. 10.---A lighi r o: the
a e Rudi \tirchnw. tamos Cerian
capital, has ieen dlSefV(r(I her
living in the utmost poverty. The e oy
fathers have graiin ted her a temporaty
ailowance of 225 gold marks a mouth.

or tour. or more

Meeting for the first time this year,3
the Cosmopolitan club will liold a
general get-together at S o'clock to
night in Lane hall. The meeting is;
held for bringing together all those!
interested in international affairs.

No matter whether you want a delight-
ful dinner for two or if your party numbers
twenty or more, you will enjoy The
Haunted Tavern.
We serve Luncheon, Tea and Dinner
every day except Monday.
Bridge Teas, special parties, or ar-
rangements for out of town guests are
simple matters if you will'let us know in
advance.
Delegate the responsibility to us. We
can assure you of correct service, excellent
food and pleasant surroundings. You will
find that in many cases it is more desirable
to bring your guests here'than to assume
all the work of entertaining at home.

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Tales for Iwo or three

Ys

HIGN S'CH, GOL

ably; also closed-top
chair. Call 1560-W.

desk with

FoR SALE Ford speedster, Ames
body. 1922 engine, 10,000 miles.
Stromberg carburetor, ;starter,
shock absorbers, speedometer. A.
D. Moore, 718 Onondaga, 3546-J.
DODGE SEDAN Only $250, Fairly
late model; has lots of pI; splen-
did tires and fine condition through-
out. A very practical winter car.
Call at residence. 424 Huron St.
MISCELLANEOUS
DI. IW.S. MILLS
Osteopathic Physician
616 First National Bank Bldg.
Phone 321 F-1
MU'SIC
MELL GILLESPIE, Soloist and
teacher, thirty years experience.
Mandolin, guitar, banjos and chord
construction. Telephone 1791-M.
FOR RENT
SIX ROOM HOUSE with garage on
Brooklyn Ave. $75.00 per month.
Possession at once. Call 2438 day-
time, or 661-W evenings.
FOR RENT Two front rooms, single
and double or as suite, suitable for
teachers, students or business peo-
ple. Steam heat. Plenty of hot
water. Phone 1194-M. 422 E. Wash-
ington.
FOR RENT Modern three room fur-
nished house. 105 N. 14th St. Phone
Univ. 19. Mrs. Roberts.
A SINGLE ROOM 2 blocks from cam-
pus. Well heated. Well lighted.
Cheap. Only three students in
house: 1331 Geddes Ave. Phone
2322-J.
DESIRABLE Room for ohe boy, rea-
'sonable rate, double desk, well)
heated. Phone '1348-J.
FOR RENT Front single room for
man. Excellent location $3. Call
2578-W.
LOST
FINE GOLD WATCH CHAIN with
gold button and gpld coin attached.
Finder please call 738-J.
WILL STUDENT who found coupon
book ,belonging to R. Horwitz, 1223
Volland, please return to owner.
WRIST WATCH White gold, initials
H., D. on back. Also fountain pen,
printed wiht name. Reward. Mar-
rnet Donaldson 904-R. t.
LOG LOG SLIDE RULE lost on
fourth floor of Eng. Bldg. Name
AFrost" cut on side of rule. Secre-
tary's office, Engineering Bldg.
WANTED
TEN STUDENTS with $15.00 each
who want to go to Lansing, Urbana,
and Columbus games.
We have just the car you want.
Don't miss this one."See it at 311
S. Ashley St. Phone 3711-J and 494.
WANTED Three passengers for M. A.
C. $2.00 round trip. Leaving about
10:30. Call 2917-M.
M. A. C. SEVEN passengers to go in
late model 8 cylinder car. $2.90!
round trip. Call Mike at 1927 be-
fore 10A. M.
ROUND TIP rrkO LANSING $3.00
Buick sedan. Leave nine o'clocfl
Call61-W.
NOTICE
JUST RECEIVED Beautiful silk lin
gerine, both gowns and chemises,1
very 'reasonably priced. Also the
new Circle sash to be worn as a
girdle.
THE QUALITY SHOP
303 South Main Street

Refusing to bind himself to the
iresbyterian churchl the Rev. Dr.
Harry Emerson Fosdick, noted mod-'
ernist preacher and a Baptist, has re-
signed as associate pastor of the First
Presbyterianchurch of New York.
Have You Voted? Apply on Campus.
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SATISFACTION

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MEAT ,,MARKET

SENSATIONAL PRIMA DONNA COLORATURA SOPRANO

OF THE

VIENNA AND METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANIES

WILL GIVE A

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Thursday
October 23

We offer a selection of the choicest
meats, tender and tasty. A trial
will convince you of their quality.
A.R. GFE L L

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CHORAL UNION SERIES
Also (November 3)
uyee Pattison
THE WORLD'S MOST NOTED TWO-PIANO RECITALISTS

223 North Main Street

Phones 3100 or 3101

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And (

November

19)

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Admmhi

Hunter's

The Marriae of O iaro
TH E H INSH AW OPERA COMPANY

cg'uzpent
--For Every Hour in the Open.
When you pack your kit for your hunting expedition, don't
forget to provide yourself with those MARBLE specialties
which form so indispensable a part of the outer's outfit.
Such as-

WITH ORCHESTRA AND

SIX FINE SOLOISTS

CLYTIE HINE, soprano, as "Countess Almaviva" ALFREDO VALENTI,1
EDITHA FLEISCHER, soprano, as "Susanna" PAVEL LUDIKAR, bar
CELIA TURRILL, soprano, as "Cherubino" RALPH BRAINARD,t
HERMAN GELHAUSEN, baritone,tas "Dr. Bartolo"

baritone, as "Count Almaviva"
itone, as "Figaro"
tenor, as "Basilio"

On (December

5)

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Jascha HeIfetz
SPECTACULAR RUSSIAN VIOLINIST

MARBLE'S GAME GETTER
SAFETY POCKET AXE
SAFETY FOLDING KNIFE

After Christmas (January

28)

JOINTED RIFLE ROD

RIFLE CLEANER
WATERPROOF MATCH BOX

COMPASSES

Ho About, a Remington 22lght, beautifully
and accurate, also a few boxes of cartridges?
Lamecd Hardware"

balanced

STUPENDOUS FRENCH PIANIST
And (February 13)
Soopie Br asian
LEADING METROPOLITAN OPERA CONTRALTO
SEASON TICKETS for ALL SIX Concerts with Fegtival Coupon worth $3.00
4OW Or SALE

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Co.

Up-to-Date Hardware

$5.00 $5.50 $6.00 $7.00 At '

310 South State St.

Phone 1610

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