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PAGITWO "-

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TIiUIISF)AY, Di~X7'EMUER 17, 1~25

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PLAN S 'PECIAL TRIP
TO MUSCLE1 SHOAL1SI
riy&c Diy Excursion W ill Be C'on,
ducted BY Guides, To I nclude' Trip
TIo Lookout11Ioilitadill
PLAN ENTERTAINMENT
On D~e. 28 a bpecid 1 tripfor (ill
studenits interested will1 be conduct ed
to the govenment project -t .4luseh
Shoals, Alabtama .A private car will
affords the nmeans ofl trlsliortion 1(8

Hoosier ATow InD"o"
Langley's Post d rom inen t H ~o t

WilCnven.er.

I-Iistrwell mon Ilie11151 )10asl -3 P wel kownaswriersoistotric- ork,;torkshldetios ayel held. insof he ivl \hr.' M.Dee.lon30.onPro. PraerisL. naxonhwh
eCI of their field will attend the 40th al workzs. Teseon speaer at the fin'1 I n has studied the history of the state of has been at the Vniversity of Wisco-
gn lnivi of Ithe Americ!!i,_ iils- i 'ofessor An di'eW+swill dei v( P 1t era I <sssion xwii he Prof. Nt han il ajl a z sebldaIir y lsm -i r 1,wllsek tssox'
I J,0i'la associal ion in Ann r ls',I)'c ~ ei(Ilt5ad 'a5a teamu Idi fAmei'can history, which he presentedi Paxscn is mh thc executive council
prsdets dies t h auul i-Stephenson, eitor o the Chroicles to the Public Library Conission o of he ssoito n a rte
29-31. Included amnong thiose who~ will ier on Tiuesda y, Dec. 29, on thle sub- 1of America Photoplays, publshed by!lDet roi. - e r1 ooks on United States tid
app}Iear on thle lprograms ar, " Prof.j.et *"The American evoltion: Uan the ale Press. Since 1923 he has AtiCalsM a nrw.ofta n n(rrt~to. i a enpoe-the conference in regama to mali- uth liAmeric.
Csoe cen nles t a 8-ltrpfiAeatin hisoya aslnpe si- be iiiglcuc'a aetflC ing more effective the work of ist o--'
I.erstyprin Jaesnt of the ascito syofAe'ia hsoy tYaeu i y, andl lecturer in the Columbia tun -ical societies il coli~ton and pulbli- PAY TOUU SBSCs IPtIO'C)!N0)1"
RT. ralnJaesnoftefeegf'vc i-ity sinceC 910. iversity summer school. _________________________

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the five (lay journey, which mlncides
side trip to Lookout mountain.
Upon arriving litA ts'le Stimhi
more than 100) miles will oe ('oVzcci
byatmbl nvrospoints of interest. The gov erniemi I
nitrate plants, consisting of 78'ha idd- t '.:".^
inugs in one group, is mie('of the Iiiain2 3 ::, :
features to be seen., Here govermliuni1
officials will escort. the parmt y through
the plant explaining fully tle osi ens
used in the process01fnanuflact U t lily',
nitrate for explosives and fertilizer.,
A dlay andl night trip will be inatot I0-
inspect Nilson (lami, the largest mon-,
olithic structure in the world. SomeL(Rep. Wtll-hi .I-lihott.flepulii(al,
of the most noted engineers atnd sci- ndijeita (alio('e) . sttcctds to chair-
entists of the world have comle to ;manlsmip of impnort ant comnnit tee on
study the work now under construe- ,ub ulig IonwihJinW
tioni. The 5steamn 'ow~rI liatt , where 1
90,000 horse-power is developed, andi~aliy eulcn etcy a
which is now undler short loose to thei ; dfll ng lS oi~(tino
Aflhama Power comnlaty, w~ill be i-! charges of conspiracy to violate the
8pected. (try law.
All reservations must be .Secured by
Dec. 21 and informaltion may be si-- ! LONDON.-Reports that Russian
cured from Calkins-Fletcher Drug Ispectllttois acting on the Chicago and
company, 1101. S. University Ave. or! Winnipeg wheat markets, were re-
Miss Nellie L. Deggan, County con- J spolisible for the 2-5 per cent increase
missioners office, Antn Arbor. in flour prices.

11 LtI LUI , orUiWaUIngt1~,on , 1). (.; iProf . lr. 4JameonllXwhoIhats ibeeni t cui
Nat ha niel AV. Stephenson, of the 'Vale tively engaged to sp~eak at the Regent s
Press ; a ndl for-mer Sen ator Allwit .T. reception Thur~da Y noon1, Dec,. 81
Ileveridge, of Indtianiapolis, been director of the dep)artint of his-
The association lists onl its exc a ivo torical reseazirch of the Carnegie I usti -
council several other (Iist iguished l men, tote of lWashington since 1905. Ile is
among them .Teas .Jutles .Jusser aud, tIhle managing editor of the American
former French ambassador to the tn- History Review, the quarterly miaga-
it ed States, James For'd Rheles, ant- zince published by the American his-
timr ; Prof. Edward Chanrming, of Ilir- torical a ssociation.
yarid University; Prof. Carlton J. H-. Former Senator Beveridge, «-ho is
flaycs. of Columbia 1'niversity: Prof. to -ix-e an address on "Abrahiam lint-
.Jolmn Bach McMaster, of the Unlivo s't y Coln and the Early Abolition Move-
of Pennsylvania; Prot. Albert. Bush1- ment ." at the final session of the asso-
nell I lart. of -Harvard university; Prof. elation. Thursday, Dec. 31. was retiul-
Andrew C. McLaughlin, of the Univer- liean senat or from Indiana from 18S99.
sity of Chicago; Prof. Charles TI. ii als- to 1911 . He will spevAk on "Historical
kills, of Harvard university; and, Research as a Public Interest.'' at the
Prof. Edward P. Cheney, of the 1-- luncheon conference to discuss means
v ersitfy of Pennsylvania, all of whoml for p)ublishinlg -worthy historical

At the group meeting on "Personv!-
ities of Tudor-Stuart; England," pro-
fessor Cheney, will deliver a, paper
with the subject "Essex, the Favorite
of Queen Elizabeth." He has written
se veral histories of England, dealing
,vith social andI industrial "phases, and
the. European background of Amer-
ican history.

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,I'oilay beforeC going itome let uRs ci'leaiad block your
hiat, r;'puir your sitot', or give thenm a slinie. You w1ant
to look yjtur lbest o iuacait ion amd he can da it for yoll.

Clarence :Monroe Burton; lawyer,
author, and collector of Americana,
of D)etroit, will pireside over the group)
ineeting dealing with '"Union Prop-
ATH-ENS.--The Athens papers quote
Premier Pangalos as declaring the;
Cheek government. will not counten-
a nce the payment of even one million:
leva as penalty for the Grecian in-;
vasion 'of Bulgaria.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.

An n Arbor Shop

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A Fewv Suggestions for Christmas
Gifts that Will1 be Appreciated:
PHOTO ALBUMS
50c to $3.50
MEMO BOOKS
50c to $1.00
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Drink more milk. It's,
safest and best, espe-.
T cially if it comnes from
=The Ann Arbor Dairy ..
Cob mpany
Dial 4101
IAnn Arbor' Dairy Co.
STHE HOME OF PURE MILK ~
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Phone 4514

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of select Christmas gifts for your satisfactiorr
Avail yourself of this opportunity before leaving
tomorrow and save all tro'u1tie and ,care.
The State Street Jeweler
302 SOUTH STATE

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To please is the ultimate end of
this reason we are offering an ex1

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COFR~e1I-- Coal=-- Coke
Scranton, Pocahontas, Kentucky
qand West Virginia Coal
Solvay and Gas Coke
This business has been growing ever since it was established.
The secret is "GIVING ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION
TO OUR CUSTOMERS."

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BEFORE YOU GO HOME
Stel) inl.11141 seetine latest shom-ing in F~ashioni Park
Taijored wuits. (Aet a Shirt, 'l'ie, Hose, Kerchiief, Ha1t or
pair of Gloves for Ibid, Brother or Friend.

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S]PECIAL TRAIN SERVICE
ACCOUT
CHRISTMA VCAIN
For the accommnodatibn of UJniversity of Michigan Students, returning home Friday, December
18th account Christmas Vacation, THE ANN ARBOR RAILROAD) will operate a special train leaving
Ann Arbor at 11:00 A. M. (C. T.) arriving Toledo 1:30 P. M. (E. T.) p~rotecting all Toledo connections.
'THIS 'TRAIN WILL HAN!)i:E 1PASSENGERS ONLY FOR TrOLEDO ANDI POIN;TS BEYOND
In order to protect Pere Alarquette and Grand Trunk connections, a first section of 'Train No.
53 will be operatedl leav ing Ann Ar bor at 3:52 P.M. (C. T.) for Owosso, Mich., stopping at inter-
mediate stations to discharbe passengers.
REGULAR TRAIN SERVICE
(Soutlibound)
In addition to the above Special Service the, following regular train service Ann Arbor to
Toledo will prevail:

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Lv. Sun Arbor.................11:4 A. 3t. (C. fil.)
Ar. Toledlo.......................2:191 P. VI. (I:. T.)

4:18 P.M3. (C. T:)
6:$$ P.M1. (E. T.)

We believe it pays to do business in a friendly way.

If you

think so too, let's get together.
Cornwell -- Coal *- Coke

(INorthibound)
Northbound 'Trains Nos. 51 and 53 leave Annl Arbor 8:05 A. M. (C. T.) and 3:52 P. M. (C. T.),
resp~ectively, connecting with Grand Trunk, Michigan Central and Pere Marquette for all principal
destinatiomns in lower and upper Peninsula of Michigan.

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Would suggest purchase tickets and
and[ confusion at train time.
H. S. BRADLE'Y, TIraffic Manager
Toledo, Ohio

check baggage in advance so as to avoid unnecessary delay
H. A. MILLS, Commercial Agent
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Phones 4551 and 4552

Office, Cornwell Block

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