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October 22, 1925 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1925-10-22

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THIE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDIAY. OCTOBPER;22, 190-5

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Koe&z Gives Art
Finds To Museum
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!dsrt or in the mountains above timn-
berline. They derive their structure,
short and tough-leafed, from the ne-
cessity of living in peat bogs, in
which the soil is sour. The plants
have no stems, except flower stalks,!
Iwhich die with' the blossom.
Dr. Koelz stated, however, that in
deep valleys luxurious foliage was
i found, including bluebells, dandelions,
buttercups, rhododendrons, and or-
chids, all of which closely resemble
those of the same species found in
this country. He said that these
plants were large enough so that the
party had dandelion greens to eat-
more than. 200 miles north of the
Arctic circle!
3The scientist described red snow
and green snow, in large patches(
colored by microscopic plants, and
combining with the plants to make a
brilliant landscape. Grass is scarce
in these valleys, he said, but there
is moss to take its place. The rocks
are rarely seen bare, except in ex-
trcmely exposed places, as they arc
covered by lichens, gray, red, and
or ange.
CHARLESTON
TAU6GI-T
NOW
Open Daily
10OA. M.to 10P.. M.
Private Lessons Daily
Adults' Class every Monday and
Friday. Fifteen one-hour les-
sons, $5.00.
TERRACE GARDEN
QolrerllSTUDIO
22 WerthArcade Phone 8328

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SAY

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Flowerday' s Flowrs
Finest Quality Only
Mumns growvn in our own greenhouses
are now comning in.
Large Supply for the Navy Game
at Special Dozen Prices

Store: Nickels Arcadic
Phone 7014

Greenhouses :
1400 Traver St.
Phone 8807

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Michiganonsian Photographs
NOW BEING MADE

British air ministry may d eeld to junk R-33 as a result om its fail-
to come up t« cxp o'~dIons in~ firs:*, test flights since it was rebuilt.

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PHOTOGRAPHY
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to reach the North peV by airplane last Summer, when he and his six corn-
p nions 'waged a tti> struggle with the grim forces of Nature in the midst
of the .arctic. This L:ecture will be illustrated by Amundsen's own pictures
under the t~l'e "Oti Airplane Dash for the North. Pole."

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ro 30,Mshl. 4 :15-lbert F. Coyle of Clev eland,
lectures in Natural Science audi-!
torium.
4:45-Plalmer Christian choir of thle
Congregational church holds re-
hearsal and tryouts.
6:00-l1liiner for sophuomore wouten
in Barbour gymnasium.
7 :00-Annual K~appa Phi pledge sere.-
ice at Wesley hal.
S :00--All-campus swvimming ireseti
Union pool.j
S :th-Olening reception of St. An.'
drew's at Harris hall.
1:30-5 :04-Exibition of ivwate rzT'ler
by Alice R. Huger Smith inws
gallery of Alumni Memorial hall.
Y RIDAY
1 :30.5 :00-Exibition of eater colors
by Alice R. Huger Smith in wrest:
gallery of Alumni Memorial hall.
3:00.5 :40)- Lecture course tickets
Westerners Seek
Fund To Improve
Missouri Channel
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct. 21.-Plans

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