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y,. rHE , MICHIOAN DAILY''

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 24, 1924

PAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1924

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NEW MEMBERS ADDED
TO PHYSICAL ED SAFF

FOUR IWEMBEIIS -ADD)ED)TO
IN COACH IN f' WOMEN
STUI)ENTS

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Four members have been added to
the staff of th-e-woman's educationall
department this year. This decided
increase in the teaching force will
make possible better and more thor-
ough instruction in the department
accgrding to Dr. Bell, director of phys-
Ical education for women.
Miss B. Louise Patterson of the
University of Wisconsin will conduct
,major and minor sports together with
.he teaching of educational courses.
Louise R. Howe will be in charge of
the corrective work and Jeannette
Cummings in charge bf dancing.
The physical examinations which
are required of all entering' and sec-
and year women have been much more
detailed and complete this year as a'
result of the enlarged staff. The ex-
aminations have been. held in the up
pier parlors of Barbour gymnasium,
where booth have been arranged for
the purpose. The arrangement has
proved highly successful, 'Dr.. Bell

Nine Hour English Reading
Course Now Open ToQ enors
Nine hours of University credit is to University is satisfactory they will
be given each semester for the new be permitted to enroll in the course
course of English Reading created last No definite.limit is to be set for the
cJureinumber who may enroll, but the class
June in the Engli.sh department. Al- is. not expected to be large, as each
though this course is open to Seniors indlidual student is assigned to A
only, any junior or sophomore con- profesor'who will act much in the ca
templating enrolling in the course in pacity of a tutor. At present there ar
his senior year should consult with eight students enrolled enthe orset
the enrollment committee of the Eng- The new course Is .,intended for
lish department so that his reading those entering profesions.as well as
may be directed along the right chan- those taking the traight literary'
nels. course. A subject congenial to the
The course is intended to give one student is dedided upon.: and *eaclh
broader outlook land a deeper ap-. week's reading is talked over with the
preciation of English literature. It professor. At the end of the year a
will be operated on a system similar thesis covering. the chosen topic li
to that in practice at Oxford Univer- submitted to the committee. No regL
sity. Juniors wishing to elect the ular classes accompany the course al.
course will meet individually with a though .the student is free to atten4
committee sometime in June and if such lectures as he may deem help'
there previous scholastic record in the ful to him.

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GERNMNTRAFFIC EXPERT
IUESUST OF BLANHARO
Professor E. Esch of the highway{
department of the University of Colo-;
gne, who has been sent to America
by the German government to investi-
gate traffic' regulations, highway
transtortation methods and legislation,
was the guest last Monday of Prof.
Arthur H. Blanchard of the highway
engineering and highway transport
:department.
During his visit investigations were
made of the professional course in
highway transport offered by the Uni-
'versity and the physical equipment of
the division of highway engineering
and highway transport.
On his return from the Pacific coast
Professor Esch will devote a day to
investigating the filing and indexing
systems in the Davis library of high-
way engineering and highway trans-
pore.
PROFESSORS CONVEE T
STEEL TREATMNT 11MEET
Prof A. H. White of the department
of Metallurgical Enginering and Prof.
,E. D. Campbell of the Metallury de-
partment left last Saturday for Bos-
ton, Mass., to attend the fifth annual
:convention and exhibition of the
American Society for Steel Treating.
X-raying of metals is the main topic
for discussion. at the convention this
year.

Scientist Holds
Complexion Secret
London, Sept. 23-A London tat-
tooist holds the complexion secret
of many famous beauties, both off
and on the stage. lie tattoos a
blush like that of the most unsophis-
icated village maiden on the palest
dheeks, or 'fascinating b)ue Ishad-
ows under otherwise ordinary eyes.
He can clear an imperfect skin, 4
smooth away wrinkles, take away
scars, and generally convert a
Dutch doll into a Cleopatra.
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WILL ERECT MEMOIAL91
AT NICHOLS ARBORETUM
A bronze tablet, known as the
Nichols Arboretum tablet and betok-
ening the University's appreciation,
to Mr. Walter Hammond Nichols, '91,
will soon be placed on a boulder at
the entrance to the Nichols Arbore-
tum, located near Geddes Ave. The
arboretum was originally intended as
a botanical garden by its donors, Mr.
Nichols, and his wife, Esther B. C.
Nichols, B. S. '94; but lue to the hilly
topography of the location it was
thought by the landscape gardening
department to be more suitable as an
arboretum.
. The donors gave their permission
to use the land gift of fifty-eight and
one-half acres as an arboretum. The,
Board of Regents then appointed Dr.
F. F. Robbins and Prof. Aubrey Teal-
di, of the landscape gardening depart-

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ALUMNI-PLAN TO NOLR,
INTERNATIONAL MEETING.
Plans are already bepg perfected
by the offieers of the Alunni as-'
sociation for the first annual inter-
national meeting of the ')gn ia-
tion which is to be held in Detroit
,eaxt tspring. The. UnV ity ,of
Michigan club of ,that city will act
as host to the visiting delegates,
more than 1,000 of whom .ae ex-
pected.
Rooms have already been reserv-
ed at the new :;Book-Cadilac hotel
in that city for the houaing of $he

guests. This hotel will be the gen-
eral headquarters during the gather-
ing. This will not be a meeting of
alumni, but an official session for
delegates from the different clubs
over the world, 116 in number.
Each club is entitled to one dele-
gate for every 60 members. Meet-
ings are held annually for these
┬▒elegates, but only once Syery thee
years are international gatherings
called.
It is expected by T. Hawley Tapp-
ing, field secretary of the as-
sociation that 50 more clubs will
have been formed by the time of the
annual meeting.
Rpad the Official Announcements
an' Campus News In The Daily.

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I NEATNESS IS ESSENTIAL

LET US PROVE THAT OUR LAUNDERING
WHAT YOU WANT

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UNION, MEMBERSEIP LIST
CLIMBS PIST: 3000 MRK
U~n ionn members~h in fiures rechd

states, a total of more than 3,000 students at
the end of the first week of enroll-
ir nrIament, according to the recording sec-
retary. This registration shows a
marked increase over that of. last
I year's at th'is same time.
Registration for membership in the
Union will be continued, afternoons
from 2 to 5 during this week in the
This year women are electing work main lobby of the Union. All students
in the department of physical educa- who have not done so are requested
tion through the committee on classi- to register at once.
fication in University hall. Such elec- A temporary directory is being main-
tions were formerly made in Barbour tained in the main lobby of the Union,
gymnasium. All freshman and sopho- this being the only way by which
nore women are required to take

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DOLU MBUS -HOTEL MAN
TAKES POS TUIOAN
Mr. Elliot R. Prdtor of Columbus,
Ohio, has been appointed , house-
manager of the Union to fill the va-
cancy caused by the resignation of
Dennis -:Donovan, who was employed
by -the Union for many years. Don-
ovan submitted his rfsighation te
the board of directors in the latter
part of February, although'he con-
tinued to act as house mnanger until
the school year had been, completed.
For the past four years' Proctor
has been house manager of the Des-
hier hotel in Coluriibus, Ohio .and be-
fore that was associated with his
father in running a well-known res-
taurant in the Wall Street section of
New York city. As. manager of the
Union, he will have direct charge of
all depai'tnents, and will have entire
responsibility of co-ordinating the
activities of the buildilg.
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Professor White, who is a director ment as a committee to purchase the
and a past president of the Society, tablet, which, according to Dr. Rob-
is chairman of one of the Technical bins, will contain the .Following:
sessions. A paper written by Profes- "Nichols Arboretum given by Wil-
sor Campbell on "Laboratory Methods liam Hammond Nichols, B. S. '91, and
for Preparing Small Steel Bars Differ- Esther Blanche Connor Nichols, B.
ing only in Carbon Content" will be 1 S. '94, to the Regents of the University
read at one of the sessions I of Michigan and to the schools of Ann
The Professors expect to return Arbor;" rThe University seal and the
,bout the last of the month to resume , seal of the city of Ann Arbor will ap-
their duties in the University. pear at the head of the tablet.

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work in the department but are al-
.lowed to choose between tennis arch-
ery, hockey or swimming during the
coming outdoor season which beginsI
the twenty-third.I
Corrective and rest remedial classes
are open to such students whose health
requires it. The falls season- will close
with the usual tennis tournament,
inter-class and intramural hockey
tournaments. Classes will be held on
Palmer field as long as the weather
permits.
Tlh'e field house on Palmer field
which was remodeled and redecorated
last year will be of service to women
engaged in athletics this fall. The
ho se is now equipped with a stove
an new dishes for the use of Uni-
versity women. Tea will be served
in he afternoon after games.
THIRD OF DUBLIN IfES
IN ONE ROOM TENEMENTS
Dublin, Sept; 22-Twenty-two
thousand families, numbering al-
most a third of the city's popula-
tion, are living in Dublin in one-
roem .tentements. It is estimated atj
least 20,000 new houses are needed.
The municipal commissioners
have drafted schemes to provide for
7,000 families. They propose to
clear away old tenements' and lay
out a number of . blocks in flats.
Temporary structures will be .pro-
vided to house the people during
reconstruction.

students may be located until the stud-
ent directory is published. It is im-1
portant that all students who have not
filled out these cards with their ad-
dresses and turned them in at themain
desk do so at once so that the direc-
tory may be complete.
Membership , registration is being
conducted by the Unin. recording de-
partment.
STUDENT SEEKS $2,000
FROM MIGHIGANCENOTRALI
Earl A. Bell, graduate student of
the University, has JIled a damage
suit of $2,000 against the Michigan
Central railroad for false arrest and
assault and battery perpetrated by a
company detective. *Bell .operates
the Student Transfer, and for some
days he. has had trouble with the
depot authorities who claimed he
was illegally soliciting baggage on
their platform.
Bell, who maintains that he had
done no soliciting except through
the mail, continued to operate the
transfer. On stepping from a Jack-I
son train last Thursde.y he was seiz-
ed by 'a deteptive and taken to jail.
A,┬░slhort investigation caused his re=
lease, and now Bell is suing the rail-
oad to recompense him for the loss
of his business this fall. Bell de-
pends upon the transfer business to
enable him to continue his school--!
ing.
The trial will be held in circuit
.court next Tuesday.I

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Grand Rapids, Sept. 22.--It was an-
nounced here today that Michigan
loads all the states in the Union in
distribution by the order of Knights
Tenplar of assistance to students
O1, for.1ck of funds, may other.
wiee have loon requireid to give, u Up
their studies . ip to da, twenty-
thiee students.at the University and
in other colleges throughbtit the state.
are being ftiisnced frtn a fithd of
over $1,000,000 ubscribed- by mem-
bers in all statesi.
The total monibers of ticholarships
issued in all the states where the fund
has betoIte operative totals.79, oF
Which 1Michigan's 4uota is keariy one-
fourth.
The plan of the order is' to aid
Wvorthy studentsmiot qnly td finipl theli.
educations, but to.mahe it bosaibie fof
them :to obtaih advarioed sch6dliiig in
any branch oft ut(idy orendeavor for
which the applieant 9ehs uitid. ,No
rvstriction).s 'ngde tLb traettral
Iaffiliation or teldt16himhgi oh the par'
of the abN1 ,nt,. Asnd, any school
coliegc .6r ee'i' 6rsP*a aty; be attended
by the 5hctcestil,.apvliaiit.

Attention!
AL,,ARM HCS
I anigmg in price from $1.50 to $3.50, all guaranteed.
Full Line of College Jewelry.
Best Watch Repairing in the City.
Arnl 'Sate St Jewler,

,Clkns Fltchr"Drug Co.
3- ,PN ABLE STORES--3
Everything you woidt expect to find in first-class
drug Stores
We Have Served Michigan Students for 36 ;Years
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Maynard Street, Ann Arbor, MjohIo*s
Fall Semester Begins Sept. .

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Welcome, to Michigan! Welcore ,to our friendly
town! Welcome to Huston Bros., the rendezvous fqr
every pass since "O5!
We're glad you're here. We know you will enjoy
it-the "heavy" side and the 'lighter" side of college
life, and the associatjpns on all sides. For twenty
years this institution has been providing a. friendly he-
man's club for the men of Nichigan-a score of years
"uilding friendships that will endure our lifetimes.

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We want YOU, too to be at friend.

Head for Hus-

EARL V. MOOR, Musical Director
THEODORE HARRISON, Head of Voice Departfieht
GUY MAIER, Head of Pianoforte Depatitueit

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SAMUEL P. LOCKWOOD, Head of Violin Dpartmr nt
PALMER CHRISTIAN, Head of Organ Department:
WILFRED WILSON, Head of Wind Instrument Department
JOSEPH E. MADDY, Head of Methods Departrtn t
BYRL FOX BACHER, Dean of Women

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tn's. when you get. a breathing spell. You are sure
to find some one here you know. Drop in for a
friendly game of billiards. It's great sport. If you
iready play ,the game you ktnov it is. :If you don't-
let us teach you. You'll find it as keen a game as
you've, ever play d-7prompting and rewarding quick
thinking , ands perseverance, a check against careless-
ness-a remedy for impatience-and above all a
gentleman's game.
Play billiards where everything is right-equipment,
environment, associations. ,We're. waiting to get .ac-
quainted, so-

32 of the best billiard tables made
Scores of good cues, among
which.is one you are sure to life.
Rate, 60c .per hour.

and the following artist teachers:
Ava Comin Case (Piano),'Marian Struble Freeman (Violin), Andrew Haigh
(Piano and Theory) Nora Crane Hunt (Voice), Maude C. Kleyn (Voice), Grace John-
son-Konold (Voice), Edith Koon (Piano), Ora Larthard (Cdllo), Clara Lundell (Piano),
Martha D. Merkle (Piano), Maude Okkelberg (Piano), Mabel Ross- Rhead (Piano),
Grace Richards (Piano), Helen Snyder (English),Otto J. Stahl ; (Piano and Theory),

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