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TIWRSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1925

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

r 1 by co)mlparison with earlier letters
Ford Speaks he .> hangcsthat took place in H am il-
'I is the course of a few dlecades.
Upon LC Wer I I liltorll,A.! Ford poinlted out, had(1
} > j l13(n auhitious from an early age
t ~ e was a clerkIlie had am-,
ons buiThey were those of a more
,! 1uro mind, rather than those of a
Thal: Ajexan 1(MI E I itil ~ boy of 1thirteen.
a grea^t infiucncee ( I' a ~r , W\hile I lamilton served in the army
Pecili3 inthelate:-day Oj tOOtnder Washzington, the two began,
general's life, vvr > t1110 (8>i t P41(11 their cooperation which datedl from;
Wor thington Ford in a lee; ti-y(t't the Annapolis convention. Gradually
day afternoon i3, nge"Ilal.A i'.iie younger man, Mr. ford said, ex-
Ford, who is ain c(ti f, cof GifO t edr1 ed is1 indlepen(lent attitude over the
chiusett s Ilistoric C, .. i3a ;an (1 1, ..(jolde'r pan, until "Trhe names of these
toil, 5 ]olio IOaI l t ti' of l IItwo nmen are inseparably linked," con-
H amnilton, andII[ a i as ii0a (I lted Mr.Foi'd.
Wat hington." Mr. Peead also (livered a, lecture 3
Hie legall by roading a nowv~ly dil -hor,- in Novemnber, 1923.
Covered letter. from Iailti on to
friend in . outh (Carolina. h(, :now 0 Don't delay-Pay your Subscription
by references to par't.; o01 1 hALT-rtoday.

0(1 Physical-Chemical Measurement " sis," by Professor Meleche; "Labora-

BRaks As Expert

Will Offer Four
New Courses In
Summer Session11
Courses in physic1al iom(lstry Avtill
ire offered f or'the first 1timee d r'ing-
the sumiia il illhe I925 Slllflfel 5se -
-1(1,L. e ()ilM s \w ill 1)"? i,? ii illM
nbis-ujeet t 111'. (ill tB direct ion of
Prof . l". i. art ejl , All'. . 14L. l oliges.
Proi'. A.. i. Ferguson lid L, 0. Chase.
i ..e :c-rseu l :;e W t't re 10to Irec i :'edl
t:i iltll riln(le t1 I _>r il "l lee~tro'e-ein-

ed Pysial-hemcalMeauremnt, Iss,"by rofssorMeldic "Lbor- in "Research' in Organic Chemistry,"
and a 'ourse0 in "'Adlvanced heoreti- tory' Research in Inorganic Ch emis- b y IProfessor -Sehoepile.
c,.l and IPhlysical Chemlistriy."';try"byIx'Professor Sip'aton, 1rof. 1).
In adcliiion to the generail courses .ILielity, and AMri. ° odes I"aora - }I fatyefte, Ind., Feb. 1$,--The Am,-
ti c hem istry. the fol lowin~g courses tor y ]Resea rb nl (Y (a I xis ry,' a:3n Railswaly associatio011has select-
G ill he offered dclui 'llthe I1925 Sum- lr \ P1-c le;ssoris l eatonl, i-artell, Fe "- c A lUt'U 00 [fl vC'sit y as the seat of
;. Cr :;css1 I 'ltileltarv The'oi cl- ll va idAr. l11 edges; *Origina~l In- tm iii tant rc ;Cicle work in colnneo-
c a! anfl hIIf ;'iCil l ('eillist ly,' by I 1 1 r (- t t n018 11Aiiilyi ('01 ('heul 15 r -." , ioiWth11air bra k es, for which $100,-
P' ::o(I aiselI ; Organlic (Cheml11ty\ 1;v PIrcfessor A lehe ; and a(cour.i'W', ;\'ill1lhe expended.
1 , I; of. C. S. Sclioepfle ; "Organic
P:"e :aloii,'by Professor Selloepti _____________e______________________
"Thio1e ic chn -of Chemistry,"' byt
'ro;".\W. tG. Sicatonl ; "SelectedI Chap- I
tcr: lvo 1'l1aorg-alicieChemistry,'' by
Iri ;o'050'Sieaton ; "Advanced Qua n-
(tatif, ( Ali ! sis.' by Prof. C. C. le- A r hn
Ioe-Mid . I?.i Tanner; "Gas Analy-1X_

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and Return

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SHIRTS--Collar attached ARROW Shirt; ifnial colors.
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NECKWEAR-Large variety of college striper.

Students

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17 Nickel's Arcade
'I'lw Typewriter & Stationery Store.
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Al isis Catlherinie 'eroot. daughte]Ar ff
Senator- Irvine Lenroot,.o1 Wscon-
sin, 11c1ds an impliort ant position as as-
sistant to the chief (If tile ChildIren's
bureau (If toie Denrtuient of Labor,
A~~~~a1 k, c o h i onsidlcreklan a a-
thority on ehild weltare.
Ma iion, \Vis., Feb). 18.-The totl
enrollmcnt in the Untiversity of ANis-
consin at thle beginning of tihe1new-
semestcr was 7122 st udents, accordl-
ing to figurtes announced by the regis-.
tr'ar today. There is a dececase of
abhout 500) from last semesters figure

This special 1925 excursion rate, offered1 to travelers in' our
improved third class [Tourist Sectionil, New York 'to South-
ampton and return, places an enjoyable and profitable trip to
Europe within the reach of all. For a few dollars additional,
passengers may proceed via Cherbourg or-Hamburg. Person-
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Belgium, Holland, Switzerland and Italy at inclusive rates
of $325 upward may be arranged.
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The new spring' models (of1a: Mode ItP. and S. Lunch. i:Phone 20;14-M.j
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less Birdlie to thie full fasbiinted eni'. - I l.~I scrs itendl
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Write or phone us for more information if you want your name
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April ist.
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