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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WI~i PIK1DY, APRIL 8, 1925

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PLAN STUDY IN CLINIC

Is Stearns Another Colonel House?

In ordelo ; I i h~v a Ia 'ge r ii1)onbei'
of undi~er ra,61inat.(2 }) c((),,},I ', )( xe-
cquired vWork, 1 Ocouirses ii olistet- .::..... < f
ries andi ;uyt',ecly will be oftered t-t..
in the Med :ie" school during t he tn in- ":::.:.."
1m1er ses ionfal.
Under the dir'ectioni of Doctors L
E. M'hcCafi rey and 3.. A.Pereadenm-1 ' , '<:>; ""
onstration course in obstetrics will
be offered, similar to t haf _i t en in the "'
regular course in obstet ri'c xmma-
tioii5 to un3ior l diciil students.
Clinical hist ory prese<nted by the pa- <$
tient will b~e i scussecd under~i indi-
vidtual irwtruicti. ~.
To the practical course inoserc'________________________
and gynecology, ofrered~ by P rof.
IReuben Peterson and Dr. W. 11.: F""it Vi W. SMTFAIt'\S COLONEL1 E. Mf. HOUSE
Rumnpf, a limitedi number o1' student 2.
front' the senior %la ri lii be axiiiit V sliiio, April 7.-I1 Frank W. {dkeut' ; closest friend, left the White
ted. Instruction in3 obs-iet ies end f. ::':)ad of l the nitet of 4 ~',where he is an almost con-
gynecology will be given each morn- m ioielito3 riniss on f ie s, a}).t:rguest, to depart for Europe with
igfraproofsxAekcredit: Mr s Stearns, it was announced thati
to be given for !the work, in th ;r :; ae Wodo he voyage was p~urely for pleasure.
senior year. Thirtyjtwo httd xiro NV ilson u)led to (dispatch Colonel Ed- Ain unofficial spokesman could put
provided for obstetric patie nts inl the ? -'~'(ci !a-i questions that it would not
maternity hospitfal, and <(Idi stimde-it (ap))il~evt' ust. speculate be seemly for an ambassador to ask
will be given oppor tulnity to delivrer it~'ie ix;. Aend With cong;ress wI iit bout indicating an official interest.
at least four ca.se(s and observe 25:..'. ).in t)up fom it .; rducus labors in i 'ilien, too, the arrangement has the
other confinements. ;z),lti itselft' n increase in salary, iadlvantage of enabling the president
About half of the six weeks ('(ourse th .spal Iiu nece ssarily turn to to obtainu information from foreign
will be devoted to (draping the soci- the Wti lle [Pue And right now the u otables regarding their stands on
in bimanual pelvic exa ilnai 011, ithiisp)e.uilatomc u'.e wiondering if Stearns ;various questions when those notables
demonstrations inl the ordinary gyne-; is another Coloalel House. Avould be hesitant about committing
cologic esions. Trrie section will be ' Whe'n Stecarna,,wlito is the presi- themselves to a recognized envoy.

Many Odd Types O Stone Are i.
Used. In University, uilding~
Stone mateialls used in the con-1l o1 stone q urried at Stome Mountain
struction of University buildings are jin (Geogia.
brought from all parts of the worldI The Lawyers' Club is built' of an;
and re f suh vrie typs a tounusual Massachusetts granite. "Phis
andareof uchvaiedtyles s tl ranite has an exceptional yellow
render field trips almost unnecessary ?color, which is not artifial as might'
to students in Geology, Mineralogy, be supposedl, but which it acquired in
and Architectural e~ngineering its natural state by the discoloration
courses. It is estimatedI that there{ of water.
are more than twenty-four types of The outer walls of the Medical'
rocks to 1)e found in this construc- building exhibit the largest number of
tion, providing a proximate -and fruit-1 kinds of rocks of any building on the
ful field for student observation, campus, being constructed of stones
The travertine stone in the lobby gathered from the fields around Ann
of Angell hall was imported from It-( Arbor. These stones show great va-
aly; Indiana. limestone and sandstone !riety as they were deposited by glac-
from Minnesota are used in other por- ial action and came from a large
tions of the building. The lighter ! number of varied Canadian rock
colored plarts of Hill auditorium and ledges. H-ence students of Mineral-
The Natural Science building are of ugy find the Medical building valuable
Ohio sandstone and Bedford limestone! for its rock specimens.
from New England; while Alumni Student field trips need he made
Memorial hall contains Minnesota chiefly to learn the natur'al relation-
marble in its structure. The columnsI ships of rocks; their qualities can
of the William L. Clements libraryI be observed on the campus.
are made of Missouri marble and the
steps of the Library are constructed REAR) THE CL1ASSIFIEI) AD$S

ANN ARBOR TOLEDO
Leave Ann Arbor, ('liaiiiibe Al
of Comimerce, 7 :30) ut. a., 11 a.
III., 4 1). iii., 5i :301)p. im. we,'!
clays. Sundays, lea ve Anl
Arb~or 7:E30) a. iii., 11). min. p
mi., 7:30 U. im. Phone 46 for4
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taken through the gynecology wards: io
where opportunity will be offordedi oft ment will be consideredl in detail, amuil 1101
following from day to da)y the pro- , a unple i oportunity will be a.fforded fort' i
gress of patients operatued on at prey- 1fo.' ct::c srationr of the various gynie- to i
ious clinics., Post -operati~ve treat- c olog;ic oper 1at ionas. ;t"
Thre Newcomts Dscovredable.
Recently, Observatory Hears!

t even the often quoted "White
se spokesman" or "spokesman
Lhe presidlent" ,is having anything
,y aborut Stearns' trip, other than
hope lie has a pleasant time.
th~ese figures are not yet avail-
'nna, April 7.-Poles must now
big sums to leave their country.

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______{7asls and Afferns exclusivey our own desiqn
- QHN 4RPHY
WHITEHOSE &HARDY
I NCORPQ T,
IW.OADWAY AT 40"' STREET 144 WEST 42 No STREET
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE BLDG. KNICKERBOCKER BUiLDING
84 BROADWAY-AT WALL STREET0

() dinary passpuorts cost $150 for sev-
e ral triius andf $50 for one tril).

Observations on th ree newly discov-! wh ich wa s locat ed on Apruil1 5, by an'

credl comets have been reported to
the University Observatory within thei
last two weeks from various stations
in Europe, it was stated bly Prof. W.
J. Hussey, director of the observatory,
yesterday afternoon. Five or six new1
comets are discovered(levery year, but,
it is not usual for several to be picked:
up within a short' space of time.
The first one to he located was the,
Schain comet which was picked up on
March 23, while on Mlarch 24: anothe(rt
comet was dliscoveredl by Reid in
South Atfrcia. Word was received
yesterlR.y morning by teleg ramn, of
the dikcovery of the third cornet,

si.",)Imeiwhose nme ncand statlion
are unknown. ! Patronize Daily .r~dvertim
All thmree ofl these coniets are invisi- !w3s -AdY.
Noc to thle nakied eye and ('an only b)e
;tccn 1)y telescope. The-, first two can
1)e seen nicai' the mneridlian towards
thle souli, at mu inight bly minus of a M AV
loi' s5ize(Id1t escope, when the imoon U h 1
is not large. The th irdl can only be
.ctowairds the south just before ''Lowemr lii
daylight.
Thl-e orbits have not bleenl coumputed
as yet. so their distan'es from the M nwos
eairth are not kniown. Ordinarily the
orbitt of a conmet can 1)0 computed j,
wheun three observat ions are r'epor'te'd

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[JERE the architects envisioned a picture, saw the modern ofice
building in terms of the great art of the Middle Ages-and the
result is a demonstration that the utilitarian structure, the modern office
building of commerce may be as picturcsque as it is practical. Vision,
imagination, courage and practical ingenuity in stylistic adaptation
have enabled the architects of this country to astonish the world with
their achievements of today and their promise of tomnorrow.
Certainly modern invention-modern engineering skill and organiza-
tion, will prove more than equal to the demands of the architecture
of the future.

re Cost of Dressing Welt~
>eck the right thing in style
will favor our

Read the Wtant Ads

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Offices in all Principal Citics of the World

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An opportunity
in the insurance field

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U c m rdeIt's the English two-button style at its
best, but tailored and finishedl with un-
matchable American skill.

INSURANCE offers fertile oppor-
tunities for college-trained men.
It is an essential part of the com-
mercial and industrial activities of
the world.
The Insurance Company of North
America, the Oldest American Fire
and Marine Insurance Company,
has desirable openings in its organi-
zation for college men.
Inquiries are invited
INSURANCE COMPANY of
NORTH AMERICA
3rd & Walnut Sts.
Philadelphia

Patterns and color ideas that
cidedly in favor this season.

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$30 to $4.5
FRE W GO0
399 South Main

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BREAD IS YOUR BEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL FOOD
worthP
Are They worth a Cash Ptize?

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XX >b The ravishing Rowerna,
-F who doesn't wantt /ober
' a rescued!
Byron Rivers '27
OFQlt IISidc th'Castle Gates
Twveny- SeVe nhA pquant college comedy of enchanting
Anuil Produvi+ n flnUsic, arl~ii- , dancs, and bewitching

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Bl w B ge(but when I want to smoke-!)
He blew at it like a bu lo. Ic puffed
at it with might andti mitl1 I I: >bo tetl
unprintable words. Aidd the e
changed to 1ackston.
Now he gets a frcc-~-'M10, (19" Iar-
always. He gets eVeI l rflflafinn-
ash cigars-aways. ie"t xrenely
mild Havana filler-a/1ays. c gts
the cleanest-made of fine cigars-
always.

When advice is given to people it is usually given
freely and accepted in the same way; but this is
not the way in which we will treat your sugges-
tion in our name contest.
If you send us the winning name for our new
loaf of bread, we will pay for it with a cash
prize amounting to $50.00, or $50.00 worth of
groceries at your favorite grocery store.
An insert is wrapped with each loaf containing
all the rules for the contest and the official ballot.
Get a loaf from us or from your grocery store
aznd enter the contest.

'Havana's best
filler crop in
years -in your
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There are bigger cigars,)'ifr sire is
what you seek. But at 13,1 cl-I hone
prices it is impossilble to, -t uI2 arger
cigar of such choice tobacco-s. Black..
stone was a fine cigar 52 years ago.

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