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OCTOBRRl13; 1925

THDE MICHIGAN DAILY

EXTESIONADDS AIRPLANES TO WINDUP RIFF WIAR
EXTENSION 90 '. 77S r
r~i:'. : h: .r. ..'. 4.M"l" . . 'A"t
,:ti" .. *M *":.: .. .. f < :V

Eleen Are Or a4jisd in Prncial
Ciies of Sate; ,xpect Largo.
Enrollmlent
ARRANGE CLASS STUDY
More than 11 credit courses have
been organized to date by the Univer-
sity Extension division, under the su-
1pervision of Mrs. W. 1. Henderson,
in several Michigan cities on the ex-
tension lecturerouap. Credit ecorses
are now in operation in Jackson, Flint,.
~ttle Creek, Saginaw, Wyandotte,
diver Rouge, Lansing, and. Grand
Rapids, and, while enrollment in the
courses in these cities are at present
tentative, they are expected to increase
materially in the near future.
Prof. Clifford Woody of the School
of Education, has. a course in Battlel
Creek on "The Making ofz a Curriu-
lum," in which 45 or 50 are enrolled,
including many teachrs. Two courss
are lcing given in Flint; one by Prof.
Wilbert Carr o the School of Educa-
tion, in English and Latin, andl the
other by Prof. Marshall Bryn, who is
conducting a course in Industrial arts,
a course in instruction in manual
training andi allied arts.
Saginaw has an enrollment of 45
in the course in psychology of sales-
manship, conducted by Prof. Adelhert
Ford, of the 'psychology depatment,
aind Prof. Carl"s Fries of the School
of Education, will lead combined lec-
tures in Wyandotte, Ecorse, and River.
Rouge. More than 53 attended the
first class meeting of Prof. Arthur
.Aiton's history course on "Coloniza-
tion of North America," at Lansing
last week. ackson has two courses,
one given in abnormal pchology by
,f Prof. Howard Mayberry, and the oth-
er in book review, given by Mr. Harris
'Fletcher of the rhetoric department.
Two courses are also being conducted
in1 Grand Rapids, Prof. Calvin Davis'
course on "Methods in the Junior
H4igh School,' 'and Prof. Thomas Ran-
kin's corse on "Studies in the
Drama."'
All two tour credit extension cours-
es are met once a week by the in-
structor, the class period covering
two hours and corresponding exactly
to the same courses on the campus.
These courses are open to all stu-
dents for credit toward degrees. How-
ever, there are many people in theseI
places who enroll in the courses and
pay the fee just for the cultural value
of the courses themselves. These peo-.
ple have either finished their collegeI
wi.-ork and wish to continue furterj
h study, or have not attended college
but "still wish to keep in touch with
the progressive movement.
Oxford debaters
M feet In Century
Old Union Hall i
In an assembly hall modeled after
the British 'House of Commons, an or-
ganization'known as the Oxford Union
{has fostered debating at Oxford uni-
versit for more than a century. Lo-
cated in the society's own building
j~on the college campus, this room
contains the same rased platform forII
''the speaker and the same desk and
Schair for the secretary in front, as

j ! will be a bail to be held the night
3 PNS 01SE of the Michigan-Navy game, Oct. 31.
CIY PA STO RAS at the Armory.{
I!'Iflffl rnrii lhllTA The other means of funding the
$08U(19 LII 4VIW li'sshaie will be the annual poppy
saile held on Armistleeecday, Nov. 11.
Whti"ile the Iaegion expects that a. large
Plans for raising Ann Arbor's quota ;portion of the quota will be raised
of five million dollar American Legion through these events, it was announe-
endowment fund, which has been set: ed that citizens of Ann Arbor will be}
at $3,900, were formulated at a recenti solicited for the remainder.1
meeting of the Irwin lPricskcorn post. 1~
As the officers of the local organ- DE R IT E T E
ization believed it. impractible to raise D T OTT E T E
the entire amount by subscription, T H IS WEEKI
two major events have been planned
from which they hope to acquire the I Dn*nti r~a~wnNghits w1to $z.50

greater part of their quota. The firs

Under Newv
?Y anagement
Our 6Slogn-
Quatity and Service
at Lowest Prices
('HOP SUEV AND)
AMERWIAN IDINNER
Served at All Hours
SPECIAL 1DINNERS
1t t:-3(0 a.m..-2 pm.& 5:30-S pa.
Varsity Inn
,512 Ea'st Wli mar

'at BUCI [1UJI lUUU 75C to $1.50
j W0odward at Eliot Sat. Mats.T' to $=
JfNG AGE:I , I 1'FXTRAORDINARY
CHAS,.I1. WAGNER Presents
.1 SIOCNiY BLACKMERt
10) Sahbatini's American Rom;ince
'~iIE CAROLINIAN"
f with Marth Bryan Allen
Sat. Mat. 50,c to $2.0
2lth big Week
THEE MIRAC IIEPL~AYON AMIJRICA
i ANNE II. tOLV,
A~l'SIRIHDOSE
'3tE II! You W[#lI IVontuallyt
WIRY NOT NOW?
SCATS NOW for This aund I4ext Week.
Schuert ataytteLatayelie at. Shelby
Biargain Mat.,
Th rday, bes~t se its, $2 Sat, NMat., gcC to $2. o I
ITelCadillac, 8705
:The STUDENT PRINCE!I
The Wt\,hole Town's qo.14,.

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3 Coiupaiy of 150. Grea t Male Ch.orius of 6,k
We ha.ve a special Chinese Cook to
Fprepare our famous Chine'se Dishes.
I y them for dinner, tonigyht.
COLLEGE CAFE ANNEX
14 NORTH WASH-INGTON-YPSILANTI.-

French. and Spanish forces arc u, ing airplanes to complete the subjec-
tion of the warring Riff tribesmen c. f Morocco. Photo shows Spanish air-
craft carrier preparing to land plane reinforcements at C(ob'.Idliaoni on the
Morroccan coast.

does the English parliamentary chain- oilten delighte( its me~mbers With his: '
ber. ( 'oeII Cs. lslhl, itosscu. , andl
Here, amidst lifelike surroundings, I3,1.11-on1C=ii'etll t h ' fI . i#ui'Es in
the society, often called hie "nurseryI the tield of a11. Of the pofels I In e
of statesmen," conducts its dlebates. arMe Swilirl Vn no coilTennyso), 1n"AtoI
With all the fervor that -marks de-( mention many iiove i i!ts fio ha ve ad-
bates in Parliament, its members tak.e i l.'*u501 il "(Ite atldielnc ;in Ithis
their stand on a multitude of sub.- Ilong i l'l(( POhu)
jects. Today trio lon i tho' cct)U'r of
During the 100 years of its exist- 1 -(g( i>'8( Ii'))P 0groun If(
ance, the Union has' seen many, of its ro stm l ;(t:0 1 ~. 1 1 ce Vl( 11
patrons achieve fame in pol~iical, lit - I'l( Wlt (i m lflili '05 f(' t'(' 0 o'0:0 nliII '2
erary, and artistic realms. Three 1lOf-1-l(I i2 ( t011("11C"M eb ' ?11101
idents of the society have later lie- last,:y('211'
come prime ministers: GrlcA01toe,-
L ord Robert Cecil, and Asquiti. (Car- :V ;.ryV {'l"/1 A jI 4for 21', 1 1O eisI
dinal Manping Was a Union man, and <a, bow rt. I each iin Tb (11 ('to c.; 1 i;.

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FACE PO3WDERS
Stop in at Eberbach's for the kind you like
Eberbach & Son Co.
200-202 E. Liberty St.

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pr(c.w~I t or a sermnoi. But positively is the greatest aillenlpt
of O e industry to offer you a tremendous production more
thrillingly portrayed, more realistic in creation th~an any
attraction offered heretofore.

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Is The Trouble
With Wives?
'i1'oo M[uchi Jealousy
,r\o aggacious?
Too ()!'pemdacious
Or too Little Broonlatisul?
Here's
the
Greatest
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In IHis
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Production
"FASCINATING FEMINtINE
FANCI'ES"
Assisted, by
Paul Barnard
Appear~ing' l)aIj.y }1t
A Per maueif Feature
C AL STRAUSS.
and his
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J A ZZ ORCHESTRA.

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