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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Funeral Procession Of Queen Alexandria

DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

For a Girl

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p! m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume VI FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1925 Number 69

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Perfumes

- Toilet Articles

- Manicure Sets

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To All Students:
Students having in their possession books drawn from the University
Library are notified that all such books are due Monday, December 14, 1925,
on account of the impending Christmas vacation.
Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian.
The following organizations have been given permission to hold parties
on Saturday, December 12th:
House Parties:Alpha Delta Phi (Closed dance)
House Dances:

Stationery
A Man Would Like-
A Bill and Card Case - Safety Razor
Military Brushes - Keytainer
Eberbach & Son Co.
200-202 E. Liberty St.

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Alpha Gamma Delta
Alpha Kappa Kappa (Closed)
Alpha Tau Omega (Closed)
Betsy Barbour House
Delta Delta Delta
Delta Tau Upsilon
Sigma Delta Kappa

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J. A. Bursley.

Ann Arbor Art Association:
Mr. Carlton W. Angell, Instructor in Free Hand Drawing and Modeling,
will give a demonstration of clay modeling, at the exhibition of the work of
Ann Arbor artists and amateurs, at Memorial Hall, Friday, December 11th,
at 3:30 P. M. Free to members and to students of the University and the
schools. The exhibition is open 1:30 to 5:00 P. M.
Warren P. Lombard, President.
Interfraternity Council:
Special meeting of the council will be held Monday, December 14th, at
4:00 P. M. in Roomi302 of. the Union. The vote on plans for deferred rush-
ing and pledging will be taken at this meeting.
John P. Rowe, Secretary.
Vol. SeL. 161:
I shall not be able to meet my class in International Law today, Friday.
J. S. Reeves.
Cercle Francais Play Tryouts:
Tryouts will be held Friday afternoon, December 11, 1925, at 4:15 in
room 202 S. W., for all men interested in taking part in the annual French
Play. Membership in the Cercle Francais is not necessary in order to be
eligible. Halfred C. Brown.
Choral Union Ushers:
All Choral Union ushers and extras are requested to be at their assign-
ments by 7:15 P. M., Friday evening, for the Graveure Concert.
W. A. Davenport,
Ass't. Supt. Buildings and Grounds.
Economics Club:
The postponed meeting of the Club will be held Monday evening, Decem-
ber 14, at 7:30 in Room 104 Economics Building . Professor Ulrich B.
Phillips will speak on "Plantations With Slave Labor and Free."
1. L. Sharfman.

(In foreground) The Prince of Wales, King George V of England, and Crown Prince Olaf of Norway,
and (back of the Prince of Wales) the Duke of York walking in the funeral procession of Dowager Queen
Alexandria of England.

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Natural Interest Holds
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I GRAYSTONE BALLROOM
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Detroit's smartest ballroom. Two
I wonderful orchestras provide con-
tinuous dancing.
Graystone Dancing Nightly Except Monday
iJEAN GOLDKETTFE'S
VICTOR ARTISTS
3 You don't know how good until you hear them.
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FIGURES SHOW A UTO A CCIDENTS
AS CAUSE FOR STUDENT DEATHS:
Two automobile accidents in the judged by decrease in the death, rate,
past month resulting in as many stu- Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, director, is!
dent deaths have caused the Health now wondering whether these acci-
Service to concern itself with this dent fatalities can fairly be charged
factor in the mortality rate among to that institution. Commenting onI
University students. Health service this subject in his November report,
statistics show that more than one- he ss:in the past month, the auto
third of all campus deaths for th'et
past five years have been caused by
automobile collisions, and that, so far
this year, this percentage has been.
increased, two of the three deaths oc-
curring this fall being. the result of 'Sle
accidents. Fb
With the exception of th e college,
year of 1923-24, When there were noj
fatal accidents at all, the number of
automobile fatalities has steadily in-;
creased since 1920. When the number
of deaths per 1,000 students is used
as the basis of comparison, the figure
for this year is already equal to that
for the entire year of 1924-25.
Over the same period of time the
number of fatalities from disease has
been considerably reduced, but the in-
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creased number of accident mortali-
ties keeps this accomplishment of the 17 nickels Arcde
University health authorities from l Open Eivenings Un11 (Christnac.
showing a reduced student death rate.
As the value of the Health service is

accidlent as amcause of student death
has become manifest again.' At the
present time these deaths are count.
ed in the Health service statistics, but
are certainly beyond our control. As
death rates are used as the index of
evaluation of student health work, it
hardly seems fair to charge the Health
service with these accident fatalities
for which we are in no way responsi-
ble."
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.
Read the Want Ads
IP OEN.EVEIN

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IINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS I

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WAHR'S University Book Store

Graduate English Club:
There will be a meeting of the Graduate
Michigan Union, Monday, Dec. 14, at 8 P. M.
read a paper on "Proverb-Lore in Euphues and

English Club in Room 316,
Professor M. P. Tilley will
Petite Pallace."

Most complete stock of Holiday Books
in the city. A Two large stores.

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P. V. Kreider.
University of Michigan Rifle and Pistol Club:
There will be additional rifle practice for all who are able to attend
between 11 and 12 A. M., and 1 and 3 P. M. Friday, December 11th.
. IV. Dunn.

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LOCAL EVENTS
For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by a P. M.
GENERAL
Friday
All campus organizations and class-
es wishing space in the 1926 Mich-
iganensian must contract and pay for
same immediately. No space will be
reserved unless a contract is signed
by Wednesday, Dec. 16.
Exhibit of the work of Ann Arbor
artists under the auspices of the Ann
Arbor Art association, Alumni Mem-
orial hall.
Minor sports tryouts report this aft-
ernoon and any afternoon next week
at Yost fleldhouse.

'RABBI HERSHMAN WILL
SPEAK AT DEDICATION
Banquet Will Commemorate Purchase
Of Property For Synagogue
Rabbi A. M. Hershman of the Shaar-
ey Zedek synagogue of Detroit, will
give the dedication address at a ban-
quet given at 6 o'clock next Sunday
by the congregation Beth Israel of Ann*
Arbor, commemorating the recent pur-
chase of the old Cornwell estate at 538
North Division street. Judge George
W. Sample will also be one of the
speakers. Atty. Louis Cobane of De-
troit will act as toastmaster.
Ann Arbor's Jews have long wished
for a suitable site for a jewish com-
munity center and synagogue, and
with the purchase of this estate, this
wish has been fulfilled.
All jewish students are cordially in-
vited to attend the banquet and the
program which has been arranged in
conjunction with the banquet. All res.
ervations should be telephoned today
to O. Zwerdling, 8507.
After being released from a liner
crossing the Atlantic to Europe a
pigeon flew 1,000 miles back to its
loft in .New York.

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The Ann Arbor Floral News

THE MANS SHOP'
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Saturday
Members of the Varsity
try squad are asked to
squad picture at 11:45
Rentschler's studio.

cross coun-
report for
o'clock! in

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Dean John R. Effinger of the liter-
ary college, ^will address the Cosmo-
politan club at luncheon at 12:15 o'-
clock in Harris hall.

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VOL. 1. No. 40. Published Every Friday by Ann Arbor Floral .Co
We have a few hundred left. Stop
in our store on East Liberty and
get a copy. It's free.
SATISFACTION
GUARANTEED
"Are you sure," asked the old
O woman, "that this century plant
will bloom in a hundred years?"
"Positive( ma'am," answered the
florist. "If it doesn't, bring it
right back."
SAY MERRY CHRISTMAS thing if you would have a better WHY PAY MORE?
lawn next spring. Put on a coy-
WITH FLOWERS ering of rotted barn manure now Our flowers are always fresh and
THIS YEAR and leave it on until the grass guaranteed to please the most
gets a good start in the spring, critical buyer.
Here you will find the finest We have hundreds of loads of
flowers and plants, always tastily manure in readiness for this pur- CARNATIONS-All colors, . per
arranged to suit your purpose ex- pose. doz. $1.00.
actly. ROSES-Per doz. $1.00 to $5.00.
A number of appealing Christ- CAGE BIRDS AND
mas gift suggestions await you in EREPOMPONS, BRONZE and. YEL-
special holiday baskets and ar-
rangements. In addition we will We now have on hand Imported MUMS-Yellow and white, per
have a complete line of cages and German Canaries that are beauti- doz., $2, $3, $4 and $5.
live birds of all kinds-canaries, ful singers and also Lovebrds. A
love birds and parrots. large shipment of cages will soon CALENDULA-Per doz., $1.00.
be here. We also carry'a full line CYCLAMEN-The golden medal
ABOUT YOUR LAWN of best proven seeds and supplies brand, each $1.50, $2, $3 and $5.
;rd~l Il~l fir for birds. Have you get our book-
This might sound funny, to talk let entitled "Care of Cage Birds"? No charge for delivery. Plenty
lawn when the snow begins to fall, It will be a great help in keeping of stems and plunosa free with
but really here is an important your Canary in health and in song, cut flowers.
We Are The Telegraph Florists of Ann Arbor
Store: 122 East Liberty Street Greenhouses: 1021 Maiden Lane
Phone 6215 . Phone 91715

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CHEERFUL ROOMS
Are just what is needed for the Christmas
season. Make them smile with cheerful wall
papers. We have most exquisite colorings
and patterns in the 1926 line and we are glad
to show you the advance styles of decorating
rooms properly.
Have you tried to decorate your furniture
with our new line of "transfer" patterns?
Very easily done at so little expense. Also
have stencils, tube paints, batik enamels and
decorative patterns.
Grrae our walls with a nrattr naw nitnrn

longest period of service.
Vests, both single and
double breasted, in either
black or white.

The

correct accessories-Shirts,

Ties, Collars,

Studs, Hosiery, Mufflers.

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