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SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1925TlEMC INDAL

THE MICHIGAN DRILY

PACE ~SE~VEN

lainBUIBINSl~sPower In New
WOK ~Vienna Cabinet!CLASIFIETHIS'
FOLLOWSOLUMNUHEDULLI _____ COLUM
p n CLOSES L I CLOSES
fs4i !AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISINGO AT 3 P.M

BEAUTY SHOPPES
Permanent Waving sknd Marcelling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
THREE EXLPIRT NARCELLEB.S
Phone 2939 for appointment.
DIMMATTIA BEAUTY SHOPPE
State Street-Above Cushings
SHOES
HARGIS BOOTERY
Wuerth Theatre Arcadle. See the Style
for youirself.

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ExpcCLtto (.Complete "Nell
Schlool by Middle. o
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FOR SALE
LARGE ORIENTAL Rug 16x12 feet.
Very heavy. Suitable for Frat~r- arts
l1illy or sorority. G. ^11. Patterson.j at one

MATERIALS .ARRIVE
W~ih materiails for construction ar-

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2101 I-ill St. Phone 2214. ishe__mtobufo_______ "______-^___
riving rapidIly, work onl the new Ufli--______________________ isteim tobyfr"Ho.
versity hospital and the medical build-- " OR SALE A Remington Portable PALAIS ROYALE "FOUNTAIN PEN SERVICE"
tyewitr..>.:.'egstr,60;E 109 W. Liberty.
in g is proceeding on schedule, accord-_typewriter.__Geo.__S._Register,__60_
in totelt1 eoto iebid Madison. Tel. 1509. Bir1tlday Cards. Tell your friend who is having pen
ig comthelte. reprtef teheiritj Friendship;;;s:;:Card>:; . trouble what wonderful fitting and
irgCmite :<::"'SAXI PHONE C,-Melody Buescher . repair service you are getting at
Copeio fth tdca uldn ile lcondition at reasoal j Rider's PenShpYowildhm
I price Phone 1256-R anytime Tally Cards.Shp Yowildhm
i,3senb SII i 15, and Ithough all __________________________ ple rs and us a favor.
equipment will not be in place by that FOR SALE- New and modern~ sixI 2 Nickels' Arcade.; This service is recognized from coast
tmcran dprens ilheroom house three blocks from the'-_____to__coasTUDN.
tiecetindeatmnt il b LANDLADIES- STDNT rinc enels which are out order from;
read foruse.Marbe wokersnavecampus that can be bought or $750.p
dow. $5.0 pe moth.Cal 248.DON'T Overlook the opportunity to homie. Tfhere is no better place to
started fitting marble, practically all _, hv l ae eard
of which will be placedI on tlh(.'first aeo ayhueodnc!CROME Nickel-steel hockey skates, saeo nayhueolncei- aealmksrpied
flo.Tile patiinsae l up a' ties at The Economy Second Hand} RIDER'S PEN SHOP
1101' ixittloiSareal Ui, ndsize nine shoes attached, canvas Soe 209 N.ManS. Phone 789-M. 32S tt t
plasterers are completing this waorl(; *.'{ - ankel braces, fur lined tongue, utin-11we sell what you do want and buy !J2SSaeS
as rapidly as lpossible. Sevwral ship- -usd $6.50. T. Hammond, 71 owhatii u nk y u wilh v
armeing e oo recte lci1 1 miacrriataa(i]onaofthe Monroe, 3019-R. 'CIGARS, Tobacco, 1)ipes, Gilbert can- 3Iftrouble and water xwil notwash i
Much of~ the equipment, which is strong men" ot the new Ramek cab- FOR RENTde, soft icnk le cream, and( out. Better be safe than sorry. Our
being made in the Universcity shops. met in Austrnalia. lie is minister of iesar d rinkls, special fountain pen ink if not con-
has been moved in and i5 being ars- Itoreingn. affairs. FOR RENT 7 Monthly. Apatment H rPMBRS taminated is always satisfactory
sen4)ld. not4ROS.n and has a rich color.
sille.It willno be fastened,1 suitable for4 adults.Phn 15- 514 E. William Phone 1981:RD'RSPNSO
however, until everything else is ]j S uyray aylbrtr ae r ] 1J.ature. Ralph T. Swezey. RIDER'pju n MMOGAH.32StaENSt.P
read. Mny abortor caes ae a-~V4- EL'Eg U- k)/L4<.YDouble or single room with priyate IN
ready up. ll o theequiment'it
believed) will lbe fr edy y F n I~riitr ; Po ry iaugnt, family. 421 Benamin. Phone 29J1Prmtl1n nalydn b xpr _____________________
DpI ONE+ SINGLE ROOM ;.so per tiee :l. I encedl opera'tors at coni(Irai'r LATEST BR[UNSWICK{ Record re-'
Similar progress has been made t, pr tae.li'Ies.
the hospital, though it xii he spring O_______________________ . 1). M1OIRILL lcheas yINo.Jc67 hs r
before 1the b~uilding is completed. rF(). RENT=-~2Large front room. Also' 17 Nickels' Arcade "iO~a 1 N 2767.Y"
Practically all terrazzo floors enl the That tihe subject matter and method vacancy in suite of south and east Th~e Stationery & Typewriter Store' 'HFrP N )$11
fifth aind sixth floors have been lid, Iof treatment usedl in the high schools exposure. Steam heat. Plentyr ofyfirE.LbtyS.
and grinding of the floor:, on the len -iswrgadtoltetiesgvn hot water. Phone 1194-M. 422 E.11 BANQUE YfS, DINNERS, & Luncheons 1iELbetS.
er levels is complete. About CO ;er Washington.i at reasonable prices served -by ithe '1°sFltfl{
cent of the ornamuental iron work hes I the l studly of nature in the grade- -. Aid society of the CHURCH OF ~1I~t
d)el(one, it is estimated. Several <}too01s, is the opinion of prof.4,1(,x- LIGHT, roomy suite. Stingle beds. No CHRIST. New Church, nweup F2 ER fmcaia xei
shipments of interior wood trim havewander G. Ruthven. (director of ttheer oe83R. Nearcampus. 1:an4thient.tCaylu,02a-l
also been received and work is beintg University museum, which lie expres- 1 ede. 3jR A loaf of bread enc meAn-Man yhitoeyoupall-
pused.se in his annual rpr to the BoardSUT of two rooms and bath Aeeat ing onl all mixed machines.
Assembling of sterilizer equipment ofRgnsAeotsprt pound of meat
fR et.from rest of house. Private en-' A. C. STIMSON
is expectedl to start soen. Doors for oftecussoerdin- trance. Half block from amnpus. And all the mustard you' 308 South State Second Floor
ther refrigerator have been shipped to IMs fte oreofrdi ature study- aind zoology in the public Phone 3015 ask for House Mgr. or anl eat jOnly- Typewriter Store on State St.
teUiest.schools are failures, lie believes and ITesrr at
adds that peope have a fear of ani- NCL UNSE tdn peIloe p.Eg rh FOUNTAIN PEN EsXCIIANE
Auo L bo ar ials, often referring to their natural niW Devr
ear of snakes, and~ they attribute for housekeeping and single Call Cal W-M Oen .Deliver xcag ta isi enfra ie
1167-J.________________________ Masterpten. 'We make a ood allow-
Given Four Cars poisonous attributes to any unfamiliarj 17.J ,A nefo1 l sadrdmks
Sf,,,,41 animal. I ANN ARBOR Wayside Inn. Service, Yaffles-^- HneEoYalstnar aks
I "Perhaps thle chief (difficulty rests' satisfactory and Reasonable. Roomns y J6Rb7/% o ne 20(r44n cpct
in the fact that teachers ore moved1 by day or week. Ph'one 2520-W. Also MfaPY!tuerpnfrteEasadalte
Four gifts approxinmating $2,500 have( to teach what they have been taught," - -___------- --- Coupon ooks y' asterpnfrteEam.n l h
been given to the automotive labors- Is:ays Prof. Ruthven ini his report, "and( LARGE suite with two single beds. - There are many reasons why Rider's
tvory by mrs manry manufacturers of as a rule, the c'ollege: do not offer 1509 S. University. ,C A w;'unrr~s ;, Masterpen is so popular. Call and
casdrigte eete.Teyaegaddistutoni atrlhitr.LUNCHle us show you.
arsBuristnarthe hsem s risSteIItisa cristtingintnaturalhisetory.FOR RENT-One double room and one R~ lt HIDER'S PEN SHOP
a~~~~~ BucItnlr-i hsi.Sul-Ii sacrostigta hl h for a student who wishes a rooii-I30 .Ste t
baker standard-six chassis, a Chevro- I teachers come fromt the colleges, the mat.2all71.ArorSt.ore8St..1
let miotor, andl a Jfordan sectional biological curricula are not designedlI Uoxrst
umotor. The last is cross-sectionedl to train high school teachers, but MODERN SEVEN-ROOMED) House. a
so146M tawhn(renyanttce athrclgetahranineta- arg.1404 1V. Huron St. Phone l j~ I CLL FOR INORMAL
elcricmh n d ie otor thme working ipartsc are tors. Similarly in n r a s h os t he 14-M O O A O RS AI SI O O E
in plain view, training in biology is usually more - ______----- -1]e
The Buick and St udebaker cears will ;nearly that which a igh school teach- WANTED StartlthesNeweYearnright.bOwnha I
remain unitil the endl of the school o r should have, than eqCooiamFur. Esyrpaments icallnshanbeenintfoutmaylhko-
ya]wben they xill be replaced Iby Iinstruction in the lforrIWANTEM--Rhisanonsianelfor informalsiro-.I
ya lwe grades. WANTE-Roomsfors7sellowsin thdsired
_ newer models. The-('hevrolet coin- "Another dificulty in properly intro- one house. Call 1510-J after 5 p. in. . D. MORRILL takiicturwoenson the ac-s
~pdny has signified its intention of re- dluing natural history in thegrades ,'- NIDJ it CalV 17 Nickels' Arcade Itvte fwmno h aps
gATDJHgTcktalWl particularly athletics. They
placing their motor with a later model is that there is on the part of school ham 351R.Th Stationery & Typewriter Stoe shudebrgttoheMc-
inmed iatel y. b oards, superintendlents, and princi- Headquarters for all makes of high1 gnninofc sso sps
Acodn ocniin fteofr als, litte](general understanding of I COOK WANTED-for fraternity. Must ! grade typewriters.E sible. Any expenses incurred
the Buick may be used for nothing i he scope amnd importance iof the sub- I be experienced. 341 E. Liberty. I I w~ilp itwih

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Anything in the student supply line may be obtained at the
Student Supply Store.
You'll apprceciaic our service.
1111-Soutli University Avenue Phone 1160-R,
WE HIAVE ALWAYS
PL A S ED1
T"wUTwTLE'S
LUNCH ROO0M
338 Mayn arid
OPEN TODAY
9:30 to 1:00 4:00 to 9:30
SILK, CREAM, BAKED GOODS
COLD MEATS
Comfplete Stock of Groceries
Colleg~ve Grocery,
5106 E. William PBone.£6M J
IR Careful Preparation
Just as a meal at home is carefully
planlned. so as to be complete' in every
detail, so are the menus at Cutting Cafe.
That is why i is a satisfaction to cat
here regularly.
-THE CUTING CAFE
CORNER OF STATE AND MONROE
PHONE 1358-W

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but demonstmration purposes to give {
the studlents an idlea of its method of 7
operation. The Studebaker and the
Chevrolet, ho wever, may be usedl for
any tests that the department may Il
wish to put them through. The latterI
which has been in the laboratory for'
six months has been used in generali
performance tests. The Studebaker
wiil be used in somne road tests as,
soon as weather conditions will per--;
mit, that is its acceleration, speeds,
fuel, and oil consumption xiii be care-
fully recorded with accurate instru-I
ments while in operation on the high'-
way. 0 1
The Franklin Motor Car company,
has authorized its engineering depart-

ject, and as a consequence, it does
not receive proper atteni.ion."
' We conclude from these consider-
ations that the biological instruction
needed by the child of public school
age lies in the field of natural his-
tory and that there are -three things
to be done to provide that instruction.
First, the character of the college
course should be changed as far as
it applies to p~rospective teachers. The
second requirement is that special
teachers be appointed for biological
instruction in the grades.
"The third need is for a closer co-
operation b~etween the public schools!
and tihe colleges of the state. The
teaching of natural history may be

i FLOWERS
SALESLADIES-everywhere to sell Our moderate prices make it p
Pic-Wic house frocks direct to wear- for all to have FRESH-
er;" no investment; easily earn $35' GROWN FLOWERS.
weekly; all or part time; write to- A2 FLORAL CO.
day. Pickwick Mfg. Co., Fort Wayne, ANN ARBOR FLORAL Ct
Ind. 122 E. Liberty. Phon
LMiST Read the Wan
LOST-On or near campus, ladies'l h vn
gold wrist wvatch. Reward. Call _______________
2058-R1. 602 E. Liberty.e

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HOME
Paris, Jan.. 10.-Strict regulation of
j the -ale and lieeping of. firearms is.
,O. provided in a bill approved by thie
ne 1630 cabinet, (drawn because of time recent
- Communist ag;itation.
Alds E PATRONIZE DAILY. ADVERTISERS

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nient to send an engine to the Univer- assisted byv the loan of specimens, lit-
sity for experimental purposes, ac-1 rature, lantern slides and other equip-
cording to Prof. W. E. Lay, director of monlnt. usually possessed in abundance
the laboratory. The Reo company hasi by thme higher institutions of learning."
also made known its intention of send- Professor Ruthven concludes his re-
ing one of its new six cylinder engines. port by sayinmg, "It may be added that
the universities need not fear the ef-
FL'inish Assembly ' feet of such instruction. We may say
what we will of time old way of teach-
Of New Turbine% ing natural history; this way pro-
duced not only great pmrofessionals,
Excetingfor fewmino but great amateurs as well, and itl
pats cannot fail to develop a general under-?
asmofthe new urbne egin standing of biological phenonmena and
at th nvriy power plant is com-ma'plcinatr.
plete, and the machinery is ready for _________
use.
Time turbine has a capacity of 1,250i Shepard Inspects
kilowatt hours of current as complaredl
with 800 kilowatt hours from the two' JPublic Buildingse
other generators combined. Both 0ld11
and new units will be retained inm With a view. toward l etting ideas
service. for the proposed museum and admin-
istration buildings for the University,
San Salvador, Jan. 10.- An aerial D'r. John F'. Shepard, supervisor of
passenger andl nmail service betweenI building plans, inspected museums
time Central Anmerican republics will 1 andl pulhic buildings in Columbus,
be inaugurated soon. Washington, New York and Boston
-I during time holidays. -
Pittsburgh., Jan. 9.-Manufactured I Tentative plans for these two build-
"snow stornms" to be used iin extin- ;ings are now being worked out.
guishing fires have been developedI
at time Mellon Institute. I New York, Jan. 9.-No husbands
will be permitted in "the first apart-
Newv York, Jan. 9.-Edward M. Mor- mnent house ever built for women
;an, postmaster of New York, died to- ! only," now nearing completion in
day. West Thirtiets street here, Miss Ver
__- - - - P~oggi, who will he superintendent,
PATRONIZE D)AILY ADVERTISERS has announcedI.

LOST-Browvn canmeo pin surrounded
by pearls. Reward. Phone 1325.
LOST Green Life Time Shaeffer fours-
tamn pen on campus. Reward. If
found call 1597-M.
A RIGHT-HANDED GLOVE, Brown
with kinitted lining, size 7, Wednes-
day. Leave at Michigan Daily. Re- I
ward,
KEEP an eye open for a gold watch
and chain with H. W. S. engraved
on time hack. Call Sililoso 1104.
KAPPA Sigma pin, name on back,
Call 2710. Reward.
jLOST-Left hand glove, fur cuffs, knmit
xlined, Friday evening. Return to
Michigan Daily Box No. 50. Reward.
LOST-South Bend Watch between
campus and Whitney theatre, Dccemi-
her 18th. 1065-R.
NOTICE
NATIVE FRENCHMAN Will give pri-
vate lessons in Frencm. Monplaiser
Christopher. Phone 276.
EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING -
On all makes. 302 S. State.
Arnold State Street Jeweler.
C'ORRESPOND)ENCE STATIONERY
BIG CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON
Buy now and effect a considerable
saving.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade

J -HOP ho us'e party
favors of a distinctive
type are obtatinable at
Arnold's. You would do
well to place your order
at the present time.

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specials. A new
one each week.
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=- 723 North University
219 South Main 217 North Main
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Don't Borrow- Subscribe T oday.

ARNOLD'9S
State Street jeweler

RUGS SHAMPOOED
Ann Arbor CarpetI
Phone 50.

or dlust cleaned.
Cleaning Works,!;

302 South State St.

Phone 889-R

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