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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1925

PA(E TXVO THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1925

CC WILL SPEAK HERE

.Apportions Money

Seventy Years Called Average
Life Possibility BRy Sundwalli

t". B. Browvn,. Heaud of United
llureaam, Will Address
Dinner

Staes

HEADS 600 CHAMBERS}
Colvin. B, Brown, chief of the or-
ganization services bureau of the
Chamber of Commerce of the Unitedj
States, will speak at a dinner of the
board of directors of the Ann Arbor
chamber at G o'clock tonight in thle
Chamber Inn.
Mr. Brown is said to be the best
known authority on chamber of comn-E
Inerce work in the country, having
spent a number of years in stud'ying
the subject and in visiting more than
680 chambers of commerce in 44
states. This. work. has given him an
intimate knowledge of business and
civic life and problems in a wide var-
iety of situations, ahn experience that
should make his address tonight of
!'special value in helping the local
chamber improve and strengthen its
organization.
A recent article in the Literary Di-
gest refers to Mr. Brown as "a gradu-
ate of" the school of. experience," who
diagnoses organization ailments and
offers tprescriptions for their cure. In
this: line of- work Mr. Brown travels
anrnually nearly 50,000 miles.
The'; Chamber of Commerce of the
U~nited~ States, with which Mr. Brown
is conanected, represents organized
business and is in effect a federation
of chamnbers of commerce throughout
the colintry, having a membership of
inore than 750,000.
PArisian Painter
Discusses Various
Etching Methods,
*'Aquatint etchings, the process by
which they are made and hlow to ree-
ognize them," was the subject of a
lecture delivered yesterday afternoon
n the Natural Science auditorium..
George Plasse, a Parisian portrait
painter and etcher, spoke, illustrating
his lecture with film taken in his
Paris studio.
The first main step of the process
explained by Mr. Plasse is the scratch-
ing of the setch on the copper plate.
Next a thin even layer of rosin is de-
posited upjon the plate, which is then
heated from underneath. The design
is scratched through the rosin, and
nitric acid is used for the "biting."
Colors are painted on the plate it-
self, and the surface not to be cover-
ed is cleaned and polished with coarse
muslin.
Plates must be repainted after ev-
ery printing. Their originality may
be tested by the heavy margin line,
which is not left by an ordinary
printing press,_ by the purity of the
colors, the fineness of the drawing,
the high quality of the paper, and
the signature of the artist.

"'The aver'a";e 4gno of MaI wonld
reach 710 yeair-;if overvone appl]ie'd the
lresient (dayImovkle(Idge of hygiene,''
r(declared Prof. Johni Sund wall, o He
pub]lic bealthi denaartmeni , in an inter-
view. 'I ozwevem', to pr!edict thanth le
arve rage smn will be 100 year:, s rgo-
jug beyoJnd the facts thmat. we Ihaveie
at present," lie addled
i ']bisis i dwrct c it raven tion )to
the statemen ade by Ih.Glte'
Fitz Patrick, member of the (lorgas
fMemorial institut~e at Chicago, who
recently declared that thew average
length of life would reach 100 by the
year 2000. Dr. Fitz Patrick also
kstatedl that by 197k5 the span would )w
f 80 years. "
According to Professor Sundxvalt

dliedl before the age of one, now only -
76] ofut ofevery I1,000 (i.Ouxr goal
is to reduce the infant mortality to
4? f
''econdly,''hbecontinued, wxe are-,
nlow able to control diseases betterl
thian folinerly. For exanmple, while I
tho deal h rate from tuberculosis was
fc. merly 200) (ut of 100,000, it is now
only 100 out or' 100,000. It is expected
thlat~ cby I.930 it will be further re-
IESTINGHOBSECOMPANY
SEEKS' N [EW I EN1IERS,

pany's representatives yesterday may
do so today. Mr. Eaton will interviewx
mechanical engineers in Room 221,
WVest Engin~eering building, andl Mr.-
Coler will meet electrical engineersI
in Room 274. '
ice- IC
I 1)RIVE ("ON tlfJHUTIONS
Fraternities who have not j Hc
turned in their contributions to ;l
the Student Friendship fund are
requested1 to do so immediately.I
{They should be addressed to the
fund at the Michigan Union.

When you serve ice cream, serve the
best. That means getting it from the
Ann Arbor Dairy.,
i PHONE 423
ANN ARBOR DAIRYCO

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f3lOUiLs 4Vw1ib ae Cd ~1in
prominent buildings on the camn-
pus today to receive further (10-
nations in the campus dIrive for
$4,000.

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miensely since

life has increased im- R Iepresenting th e Westinghouse
early times. Hle gave jI.Iclcti is andti Manufacturing company,

Lord Blare burgh of England has
begun, the work of apportioning anid
distributing amnong the Aollies the
money, collected from the C'entral
:Powers by the reparations commis-
lion Hiq c.tiro nffir,iiiI ,.x,nvi r I-nl,,,

the following table on life expect-
ancy:
' The average life at the time. of the
Roman empire was about 22 years;
in the 17th century about 30 years;
18th, 35; 19th, 39; 1900, 49; and in
1920 from 55 to 59 years.

C. S. C'oler and G. M. Eaton met and
iit e! viewe(1 yesterdlay a number of
isenior mecharnical andl electrical en-
gineers, interested in the graduate
Student: course offered b~y their corn-
])afly. The students accepted by the
com3pany will receive an intensive

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of the Cifisieoi~u rya U,1 w main causes have contributed' corse in fundamental principles, fol-j
j to the large increase," said Professor lowed by a. six months' study of elc-j
j ],, 2 . rj'Sundwall. "First. the number of trical dIesign andi a six months' study
j Beta Llbabies saved each year is much great- of. mechanical design.j
er than before. While in 19010 approx- Stensiertdinhecuej
imacl 20 babies out of every 1,000 ho were not; able to see thme com-I
To Hear Carriti,
The Michigan Alpha chapter of Phi i-
Beta Kappa, national Lonorary schol-
astic fraternity, will hold its annual
meeting ands initiation banquet Fri-I
day, May 15, according to an anA n inviatio
nouncenment made yesterday. 1Prof. IA n i v t io
E. F. Carritt of the philosophy die-
partment has been chosen as the prin-; to cleemen
Bologna, itaiy, March 17.--Prof. Gi- KAE of broad vision adiii speRgi oe ugoi ed

'CLOTHES FOR THE COLLEGE MAN
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The
SPORT SACK
(Four 'Piece)
WVITH knickers a sport
suit-with trousers a sack
suit. In woolens of rare
quality and, rich pattern,
the popular all 'round suit..
$395 40 and $250
NAT LUXENBERG &' BROS.
841 BROADWAY, NEW YOR~K
CNEXT SHOWING AT
Cmpus Bootery, 384 o. State
May, 7th and 8th
Our style memo. book sent free on request

Do you +display a reen-tt portrait?

You pe* haps have a picture of
yourself-
Bunt the real question is, do you
display a recent portrait?
Tod~ay a recent portrait is es-
sent~al. One never knows when
they may be asked for it.
the editor may wa.nt it, Moth-
er miay want it, or a friend mn'.y
reqluest a remmbrance.
14e ready with a Rerntachfer
p~ortrait. Present a recent one,
a fine one. Appointments 'can
be mnade by phone if you like.

It pays to watch the
Rentschler cases. You get
a real treat there every
timne.

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$7.00 to $50.00
The Dozen

Write Your Name with
ISANFO RD'S INK
j It Will Last Forever

1.1 ative will find many excellent
opportunities in the home organiza-
tion and branch offices of the Insur-
ance Company of North America.
This is the Oldest American Fire and
Marine Insurance Company. It has
an important part in the develop-
ment of American commercial and
industrial affairs.
Inquiries are invited
INSURANCE COMPANY of
NORTH AMERICA
3rd & Walnut Sts.
Philadelphia

Portrait Photographer

319 East Huron

Phone 96 1-M

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"The Ink that Made the
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Regent Writes
13rfon Tribute
(Cqntiuell from Page One)
her' story, she outlines, the need ofI
Michigan's money at Kiev, and the
work which is being accomplished).
Eghert R. Isbell, '261(, wr~tes on
Michigan ,, dirty in connection with
the wor"
Rounding out the issue are a num-
ber of shiorter contributigns, among
them' "You Ought to Swim," by Matt'
Mann, Varsity swimming coach,,
"Sym os~ism in Angell Hall," by Al-
bert4'(ahin, thy' architect, "A Responsi-
ble College Presidency," by J. ll. Kirk-
patrckand the usual departments.
T.he corer is an orange and black cre-
ation by ;Alvin Wolfson, '25L.-
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We are lca dtquartcrs for the most popular gar-
naent oni the cannru--: and arc showinig all styles iM
YELLOW and OLIVE KHAKI for ladies,
Fnen, 1boys and giri I Gur pi ices will interest you,.
Also Cnae netzes, Gabardens and Tojcoats from
$15.00 up~.

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Jumbo smoking

~(What's that?)
Mie used to pick the biggest, fattest;
cigars his money would buy. He.
bought by weight instead of by dual-
%ty. He fell-and fell hardr-for flashy
bands and fancy names and lovely
ladies on the box.

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Thre total ,debt of the Union is
$306,364. Of this amount, a
mcvtgage* of $200,000 falls clue
next August. This mortgage was
renewed by the banks a year ago
for one year. This August a re-
newal will not be allowed which
means that thme debt inust lbe
paid.
The only way the Union has
to raise the necessary funds is
to collect its life mempbership
subscriptions wvhich are past
duie. These subscriptions3 are
promissory notes and obliga-
tions to pay on the part of the
maker,. if $200,00 of past mite
s'ubscriptions are not collected
the Union will 13,< in a serious
financial situation. Life mem3-
bers, who are not p~aid up to
dlate on their memberships can
aidl the Union by bringing their
obligation tin to date.

SUEE LA.THERJACETS
a large assortment inl grey and tan for ladies and irtxen
New Patterns in Fancy
S'I 0"'E S E T R

at only $5.25.

Others fromn $2.98 up

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Havana's,'best
filler crop in
years-in your
1925
WAITT BOND
kstoni-
likic,,

One day a firiend introauced him to
Blackstone with its extremely mild
Havanaf filler. And then he changed'
to Blackstone, too.
There are bigger cigars, if size is what
you seek. But at Blackstone prices it,
is impossible to make a larger cigar,
of such choice tobaccos. Blackstone
was a fie cigar 52 years ago. It was
even finer io years ago. It is at 'its,
very finest in this year of 192c5!l
and.
?for 25,

Breeches, Knickers, Hliking Shoes, Puttees , IV cc:
Dress and Army Shioc;, Shirts, Socks,, Su.oa'i Io~c

Mn Pack , Officers
allnd all il ,ds for

ou-fors .
S URLUS 0'PLE TR

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Read the Want Ads~Ij

Downtown lfn rear of Postoflice.

213 North Fourth Ave.

Sishe r Groc. Co., Distributors, Ann Arbor, Mel l.

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