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PAGE TWO

THE MTC-1TCAN DATT Y

TH. TCTCN ~l YTUESDAY, NOVEMIBER 10, 1525

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Art Exhibit Opens
With Big Array Of
RESERCHBU RAU~Landscape Pictures
(Continued from Page One)
dew P"rojt TBe D ' 1c1 cla They are true water colors in that
aam el- its "chool (hle leaves much of the paper bare and
PBy Doc3 iay puts bioad, bold flourishes of his
-*brush in place of details. Little need
SCHMALZ WILL ASSIST bed said about the etchings of Mr.-Al-
)eh 1lPutty. Mr. Hutty's etchings are
exceedingly good, especially those of
By action of the Board of Regents trecs which hze handles to perfection.
of the University at thecir O)ctober E his trees give one the inwpression
meeting, the School of 1>ihet:;iness Ad! tat the next draft through, the room
ministration was authorized o E .,I w ill set them swaying. He may be
Safely called, as lie has been, a mas-
lish and develop a bureau 1>f' bs. (*;
resarh a ase or~t, l aa" z r ,ofconnections, they can miakle available
the school's activi ties:. Da,n i , lrrzzund an unusually high type of rese~arch
'E. Day of the busine 5K(Olllf'ablit y for their studies.
been appointed(1ieoroth a-
eau, and Prof. C. N. ;;cbrr<, z f he
school; has been a~otda:i'~,
director. Definite p we; Wr1-'v e
ing formed for lbeginniegtot.l
According to Dean D ay, the Ifrir {k-; CLOTHES FOR THE COLLEGE MAN~
mental purpose of the bureau r i----s
promote scientific inquiry in forthe benfit botso
of the School of luie:sAdi>
tration. in achic y ire i , ;p:~ ,i
the bureau will stves, xthe1i7 ipe
of business rather tbo n c'nci I
methods and practices. rlh' sworlk of' lU I p
the bureau will put the, saami n t Jl
contact with cur cera. busines prob--
lems' and both directly and h directly
will serve to enrich the school's eur-Jfi14V
riculur..x1
The bureau will function for the
faculty of the School of Businetjs Ad- The
ministration as a co-ordinati ngl
agency, bringing the proper ability XiO ' SACK
to bear on research projects involv- (Four Piece)
ing more than one interest and re-1
during lost motion and] the d uplica- WITH knickers a sport
tion of effort in research. suit--with trousers a sack
Collegiate bureaus of business re-j suit. In woolens of rare
search in general have certain advan- quality and rich pattern,
tages which will be shzared by the the popular all 'round suit.
bureau, here, according to D~ean il)ay. $3950 and $42T0
Because of their disinterested posi-
tion, college bureaus have access to NAT LUXENBERG & BRO.
a large volume of confidental mater-
ial that rarely is available to individ.- 1 37 Union Square, New York.
ual investigators or even to govern-{ l
mental agents; because of their per-l Next Showing at Campus Boot
such ery, 34S. State. Friday and Sat.,
manance, sc bureaus cayn un lrr- !IDec. 4th and 5th.
take investigations requirring 1lonrg , ,.,,"..."..x ...
periods of time for adlequate develop- Our style memo. book sent free Ott request
went; and because of their faculty

te n etching trees and bildings. n;nal APIIMM application blaniks started yesterday, '
1 terTM NT 0 IHBI r., ] M leberg !ColateMwillHasdsurtdieofome i
His perspective is perfect and his nrIPand will continue from no to 12 o'clock i Here ClidgMj.ae l asuetduieorte
liehr eictl nisurely draWn. mn ll ure iILUfhUIiI1 I and 1:30 to 5 o'clock daily. After l Is. Ordered hererector of the R.;. T. C. at the Uni-
Hm i~ e ftehmnfgr j~p fffhfA~llSaturday noon, late applications xill____ versity.
do notcompae wit his reesbut i R EgI Vt 1Hrr1bR1WIbe receivable only when accompaniedIIRiol ebrgo hMCat Vajo Mebrg has been stationed in
that re-spect alone is he lackirng. 1His; by a fee of $1. Maj.RenlMlbrofteCat
views of old Charleston and of the! - -I In the period from Jan. 1 to Nov 1:1 Artillery corps has been relieved from I Dtrot since Jianuaryv, 13, and as hie
country arond it are indeed char m-i Prosp",tive reachecr; Must ill Ont IUte bureau placed 420 applicants.1 his present assignment and duties ; i 11wn leave of absence the exact
Sing. There are 1few men in America' l Waniks Before Eni' Of Week This figure will prob~ably be equalledj with the Organized reserves of De- 'deate of his a rival at the University
today who can equal Mr. Hlutty's ____ this year in the February and JunetoiadbyheirconfPesetisotkw.
work in landscapes. ri n yth ieto fPesdn sntkon
l arthre wter colOrs andAthe etch- Applications are being received aintet.__________________________________________
inngts swel o ithtim frthifosposetieeechrsa tewuo-r_______the_______time_________for_______the____
art lover to see the exhibit .;Iich will can of appointments, Tappan hal, PARIS.-It used! to be that winesi
£remain here until Nov. 24. throughout this week, with prelimin- had to match the food. But now inI
-_. H.G ary estimates pointing to an enroll- ultra-smart restaurants inl France1
______________ ment of more than 340. they also nust match the table decor-
D IETROIT. -- Ac ording to ftgure~sj The initial meeting held Saturday ations and the color of the hostess'j
nrlent, all reseals for automobile
thef£t were broken over I ha week- - Io
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