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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY n1, 1925

THF MICHIGAN DAILY

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FACULTY ACCEPTS
NEWA BIOTUC. RULES

°ancAlaay Bits

F~or Freshm11an El'ect ions In
Miliary Science

16 LH)URS'IS LIMIT
R;ules for gu hung 1fre05 a~12 c le:-
t ions o()l' I its r2y sCienc~te co ols wo're
preI'sented Mivondajy afternoon at Ite i
Monthly mheeting of thme faculty of 1,1h0
Jifry college by A-,J. WV. T. ('arpen1-
ter of the R. 0. '1. C ., and wcCVe accept-
The newOW 1ul1f pride 10tihdI, resh-
m pen may elect on, hour of military
v ciemice ini the firs semes'ter of resi-
(1CIIncO \VTitlioiit spo (>Alpermission Oon
condition that they have not been ad-_
mit ted provisionmally or- on trial and
' <<n conldition. 'Tlae total number of
Shours elected1fiust inot e XOcsd 16.
;&The same1 privileage will be extended
_ f (,r 1 he Second s nester to first year
iaon who have conipleted thre first ty ±>
' en e:ter's w ork ivi!,Iou t any P~ grade ,,'dw o h v u h r o e p i t
1:1) an honors, priovided the total niun-
LL c r o f h o m - t o o.(1 0 5 n o t e x c e e d l I . .Du i g t e s C n e 2 e e r f e -
,: Lnce, staudents wvho are eligible to
t~Ake advanced fcnuryes in mnilit ary
il ei.lie otae2w:hu s of work provided that they t---
1have not received dtny E grade.,,;dorI- " lc,
ilg the fil'st selnest ('C, and ithle k )1,1i1 '~(*tO~
4. ainber of hours elected, For thes- V] ((') (
codsemester (does not exceed 18. f ill, 1, ii
A report by tha committee complosed 23ara~ flub',
of Prof. R. AV. Cowden, of the rhl-eo- t r; VcIICr,
toric(lepartment and Prof'. 11. C. ('ar-,!
'ver, of the mrathmatics (departmient, on Ti e
the problem of registration anld Ua'-s-,
)ification of first year students vill Fe
,b1e made a special order of theF(,!)-
ruary meeting of the faculty. I
The sane action wa s taken \ itl
i.A.he report by Prof. J. AXV. 1'racllaaw, n
of the mathematics (lelar ment, ontho !numbers of
revision of the method for keepinlg worn Sth Joug~
~attendance. ;i~~r

The
A~Uampus
~sCredo
Toda's (jnsi ae: -Woul d you pre-
' f' (1 l!. i dolnl'v sysAtm, owned and
sell, v i ,ed is: 1 ti 'ersity, to the
s ' ct syst o;I of m InS jog lhooses ?
X't!Aic sliml: Unmion.
I.l';iu;J ii of r'e'itOlcould
b' (~C(t eu, S5(1lovwer pisi' l t-inmiate-
l? t> ' bo tIL a1t fii);).t I )i5{ilnlino neces-?;
arCy IDIthe (collegiate wolf; e of the
mud ela r IFa ' : id d tbe made0 posile.l
Pvc, 1Hr' (( i~i oalbA(es between
5(1 c4sixi-. I'-11tdy, l~d 5' iid(e!It
*':ed cld ho'oamlla. ing 2;'of the ya'.''
('ti 1f3L irel X. Mooly, 'u;>.*'Nt.The
%102:1 iiltIly ,sstem IW-uld gi ou,)tool
ofI lP 'UIC 1 11 dents 1 t)r: { l11i',
.a . (1 '"C uul '~clI
.1 l ('il 2 fl(0 1 ilt.tl (1=;. i i ~ v
Ic 0 115,;I lo ' Il V 111- or 'five ttii (em!',,
;,Iuo lIO;is roiiiad S' t :ugco'as fo."
Hi' in fl". ori'tovy, Iand not as
ill the inimd;-'al" :1 riing houses.''
Ilarold 1. Vc~en 2~" belicve
pe-vi s"')!by 1w" ltivelo' it V woal! be :i
.t' wit~os.ld ha voe ciually 'ood aC-
(<aJIi 13 cr('(I-1 I'l
ia i af!ditio!), the sfIluivts Avoid be as-
c51ll'Cd';f Hiote' , 1' (1 0-.''
Your H3r T
Jy having, yom =upholstered

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fry f coimmendations are being carried out Iani Francisco, Col., Jan. 2.Oi
tat E peri!by the state department, -and that (Crowle'y. enatonlbackiijeld ai l
,.I,,,,,1f j brook treut will be saved in the state. ! h or aeunvriyto~l
11? t7M e h d'.The money for this purpose is raised l . wNotr hIaseeun illrity fon.gan-
1 by the license fee that non-residents r "r.
10 isVT > aj ge , of testate pay yearly for fishing (:li .iO Jnuz
priveleges.,Ft' e oatisLC
Investigat ions regarding the grad- Capin l. a.2.Hrl ' !i:I~:ltl::'
Chmain I1i.sappearanceol ofgl brooki4 l.trout;-3dfrom1
al isapeaane o broktrot fom"Red" Grange, all American football .
oe Streamns of the state of Michigan
star, University of Illinois, today do- f T-p~
* be3 1)0 ug (a 'lon in connection
finitely turned. down a five weeks __::
ith the museurni Of zoology of the R~'I
aivm'siy byDr J.Mezelar fih-screen contract which would net him a1
1.e.. export from the department of !$25,000 next sunnier.
mnervation, at Lansing. IleIICI 7"~r
"The supply of eggs of brlook trout htAVE YOU SUBSCRIBED VET' chulc' caIriW
low hero in Michigan," said Dr.
el zelaar. "Approximately 30 million G A R I C Krr :()! M, 'lr .Iury011
gs a year are bought ii. New En- tb .hrw
and, P'ennsylvania, Montana -and oh h DRAMATISTS' THEATRE, 1114',-n oh T ..
places, and shipped to a dlozenl Presents "I'II~~l~I~I!I~llII 1i'
tcoheries about the state. This rep-j "THE GOOSE 1HANGS HIGH" _________________

resents- an expengliture of ab)out $40,-
000, and we are not satisfied with the
results obtained. Brook trout spawn
in thle fc-ll and hatch imn the winter,
-,hlen tl~e condition of roadls in north-
errs i'lichigan makze distribiuting them
1i':os~be.Yet when the distributing
iks (:Oelay-6, many of t hemn die. This is
timec s;,ur :ti<n that must b, remedied."
Dr. l\ezelaar reported that his re-

With
Normn3a Trevor and AMis. Whiffen

Read the Xant A,'

DRUGS

AT OUR FOUNTAINS

xv t~i h(Il IVOSS i l mtiti('of Pis ~i (1 1 i. 7i? l ed Pt<.tes. 1
ma~i z a blngcumu Ilts Jlwith a w for ~'Acmtil pay~jment ,of it.;
i'n ?gi ~Ad,'v; a rwi"IIltt 0ofcCIob' I.eua ue J~ b' 4 o) V 1s ;'on 'ib ](11
cilatnuollor lit (i(I£e3hntei .01(1 1 t~i''(ltnuoP~, .
1t ?s. (lmcuif11 (lf.'t) an d ( 'lcba 211 rI 52 a :r-, to::_.'!}fI; tl-w'or
room1 ill 'li.

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DE TORO WILL SPFAK
TO SCEADHISPANICA

I ii 4 ili . 'Ill - )I
usfi Iy oI
t'll il''12 0 b
way JUit11;
Fll'COl.
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Countless
4 'Take Toll
YMarble Stejjs
Sthe tread of countless
hunmln feet have finally
01 the marble slabs on thme
Il the hVest cilgiecring
eslabs were p~laced on the
emi the building was or-
J 811(1 um I ot until Tuesday
nee s~S h yiy hen, tile 111-
ning lgad scrailing of ,ee
)CtS 1*; tal y {tl'iii(i tiirougia
,31 the Lan1ding 0of thme Stair-
au;lth 'of tt th imgI(e~i'imlg
n ,y C. Akndersonm,(of the

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F1,ei"1tr-el nc m,, dconm dci-
- a . c a .tl , 'c ? of 3_92)
ove Mil' )f tCI Ihe plM'02 ilig year, ac-
''u- mi a locc rl 11151 'stitc e port.1)1-
.a It, Iit : igh 11111)015s sowed 1a dec e -eas
ofi 4.7 per- c-nt, exports showed a
gaini of iWJ . 111' Sell!, ovlr 1923 figures.
ixl)rlt 5 t 0alt l;2 1)more than $4,58,-
re 'f o uCon ,an ill ounutnmrlias-
tt ;., lm iiiI 1p0 sim anly o01 the rfive
7017 N. U ',i'Vkr,itY A e Ihion,'2652

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popularity
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ma king them
so at $1
Clthing Store
D writown-

OUR MALTED MILKS
ARE SPEC!ALS
Calkins ~Fletcher Drug Co.
3-1)ependable Stores=-3
324 South State St,
(CokerF. andl S.IrUmvesly Ames.
orner State andi Packard

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Prof. Julio del Toro of flue
languages (departmnent will
the memb ers of La Sociedlad

z(dd ( s
1- li-h pan1-

ica and others interetstesl t onor!ow ll ili5l('lil4mI deparltnflttll
p ght at Tappan hallf on ''The Laast ! ! 1 tiia5S m Siilt 1 ree(211 cuA anid 2,-
Days of Spain 'in Amleric,'C'Thlc 0'c- ! (;O(1 of "(- Afet 12'' ti5 i. w
ture will be the third number i"of l' t a212 1>i 1.y i Ilialt 4151in ttl'1
series of five which is being heldun-- '(s'V15''i'I151cit)1k4
der' the auspices of the society. Prof'- "'a 0 t' t-rY1 1 01 . hoIIIi'iyl
Jssr dlr Tro' "Seecowio's)e speechil will i'w be_.tP hkil toz I iwy lSe lSatetthtugoutwit aaumbr oI axesevt~l pgivea ilway t stirmay
slides. ,ilat 15220 15011 Vworn111 ilt)W to tlle
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New Term, Jaii. 6
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College men and women now
keep their hair fashionably smooth

FFW1P 1,NS
FAMILY
>l~mumlg ~;mn'i i',A(141n r
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H ER smooth, lustrous hair, done
with fashionable plainness in
lines that follow closely the shape of
the head ..
His well-kept hair, always in place,
always trim, neatly parted, natural-
looking ..
Stacomb is responsible for this
new trimness, never before possible.

times just the way you want it to
look. Nion-staining and non-greasy.
In jars and tubes. At all drug and
department stores.
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