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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FACULTY M-EMBERSPrison Official1
Advocates Lasht
ADDR ESSTEACH ERS
Dean Ifunmphreys Will Head Speakers'
Program At Teachers' Meeting
In Detroit Today
ANNUAL CONVENTION
Wilbur R.. Humphreys, assistant
dean of the literary college, with 14
other members of the faculties of s>-^
eral schools and colleges of the Uni-
versity help make up the speakers on
the general program of the Michigan{
State Teachers' association institute1
which will be held today in Detroit.
The other faculty members concern-
ed are: Prof. Aubrey Tealdi of the
landscape design department; Prof.
Campbell Bonner of the Greek de-
partment; Prof. Charles C. Fries of
the English department; Prof. J. B.
Edmonson of the School of Eudca- William Baxter
tion; Prof. C. 0. Davis, of the School William Baxter, field secretary of:
of Education; Prof. A. G. Ruthven ofl Connecticut Prison association, is ad-I
the zoology department; Prof. O. S. vocating restoration of whipping post
Duffendack of the physics department; as a punishment for many offensesj
Prof. A. E. White, head of the engi- following a study of European meth-
neering department; Matt Mann Var- ods of dispensing justice.
sity swimming coach; Mr. G. E. Dens-
more of the public speaking depart-
ment; Mr. Clifford Woody, of the
School of Education; Prof. D. L. Rich o th p y i BOd pSTR EETS TO
of the physics departraent; and Mr.
E. E. Fliechman of the public speak-
ing department.BL ECO RTED FOR gAME
The Michigan State Teachers' as-.
sociation institute brings together an- Ann Arbor streets will' assume. a
nually teachers throughout the state festive appearance for the Navy game
who are members of the association. with their decorations of large maize
These annual meetings, called insti- land blue flags, and combined with
tutes, are a prominent feature of the the window displays inmthecolors of I
activities of the organization. the contesting teams, should form one
of the most elaborate decorative
N. Y. U. Institutes schemes of the year, according to
municipal officers.
New Radio Course Fraternities and private homes have
been solicited in an effort to place atI
NEW YORK, Oct. 29.-Dean James each an M flag outfit, with flags sim-
E. Lough of New York university, has ilar to those seen along the streets
announced the institution of a course at the time of University events, the
tlat will fit students to be radio l.c- committee-in charge announcing that
turers or program directors in this a great number have been sold. Out-
university. The novel is to be both fits may still be purchased at the
practical and theoretical. Chamber of Commerce building at
cost price.
OXFORD, Eng,, Oct. 29.-Students. Every effort is being made by the
at the University of Oxford if caught city to have State street completed
attending a dance are fined $5. before tomorrow's game, and weather
Frog, Chicken aoid Steak Dinners
Served at
BOULEVARD INNW
Two blocks from city bus line on Jackson Road,
from noon till midnight.
Special attention -given to parties. Phone 6534..
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conditions permitting, it is expected
that the street will be opened to
traffic by that time.
PALO ALTO, Calif., Oct. 29.--The

New Parking Lot
May Be Used For
Saturday Crowds
Additional parking space on Uni-
versity property at the rear of the
Union will be available for use Sat-

sophomore class at Leland
university must pay $1,500
ages done to a university
while hazing freshmen.

urday to accommodate football
crowds.
This lot, which will provide space
for 100 cars, will be cir,>-:r an,
fitted out as other parkins" lots pro-
vided by the University, one at the
corner of Volland street and Wash-
tenaw avenue, and the other at Haven
and South University avenues. The
area next to the new niversity high

school building is to be closed to C(VELAND, Oct. 29.--The steamer
parking and will be used as a play- Anders, ocean-going freighter, is be
und._liev(d in trouble on Lake Erie. The
-- -! oA, (n route from a iamil ton, Oint., to
CHICAGO, Oct. 29.-Double-decked rC is 20n H over-due.
streets within a six-block zone north
of the loop district have been approv- Sweden plans to erect a giant broad-
ed by the Chicago city council. The casting station. The cost willi be (: V-
plan will relieve traffic cungestion ered by the income from licensingci
and bring the six blocks into the loot. receiving sets.

Standfordl
for dam-
building

All Wool Pre-Shrunk in Beautiful Fabrics That Will Not Fade.
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
At Only
$ 50
Manufactured by

an(l bring the six l~locks into the looji. receiving sets.
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Cold eat er
Have you a Window Refrigerator? We have them that fit all windows. A wonderful
secure place to keep your milk, meats, btrter and all perishable foods. Our electric
display is also complete.

A.
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And ask that a representative of the NASH CO. call upon you
show samples and styles and to take your measure for a suit
overcoat of which you will be proud.

to
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Electric
Electric

Toasters.. ..$2.85,

$59 $7.50, $8 $8.50

L .amirps . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2.50

and $3.50

STYLE, FIT, WORKMANSHIP AND WEARING QUALITIES
GUARANTEED.
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Look for this advertisement on Tuesday and Friday of each week.

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line-no matter what it mght be just "See Bill and Buy
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and you get not only what you want but also at prices
that will please you mightily. We have the best in
Auto Tires, Tubes, Radio Accessories
and you surely will profit when you come and see our
prices and goods-they are the things that have made

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Genuine Weed
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Our Price $4.95
Manifold Heaters
69c
Radiators
for Fords $11.95
All Wool Robes
a few left at
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