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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6," 1925

THE MICHIGAN. DAILY

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IN S9CK SEASON
~Vair I~~iI~5Five Ne(w h~ooks' and
W~e ii.c I (} hr For Memiabers of
1'j-;elfitjg Staff
SCHORLING ISSUES TWO
'Thatt thae University faculty turns
its h;,nd; to writintg (luring the sum-
lner onh Li evidenced by the fact
that ;:everal new books andl revised
edit ions of old books by mennbers of
the teaching staff have been published
during August and September by
George Wabir of this city.
Prof. Charlesi W. Edmunds of the
pharmacy school, bas recently writ-
ten a text, "Experimental Pharma-
cology." The third edition, revised, of
!'Dissection Methods in Anatomy," by
Prof. R. R. McCotter of the medical'
school, ha s just been published.
"Compound Interest Function" by
Prof. James W. Glover of the mathe-
matics department, and two books for
teachers on mathematics by, Prof.
Raleigh Schorling of the education
school,have just come from the press.
Professor Schorling has added "A
Tentative List of Objectives In The
Teaching of Junior High School Math-
ematics" and "Instructional Tests in
Algebra" to his list of titles. The of-
fice of president of the National
Council of Teachers of Mathematics is
held by Professor Schorling.
Prof. Saniuel Moore of the English
department, has one new book called
"Hfistorical Outline of English Phonol-
ogy and Morphology." This outline
inclu~des medieval hand modern Eng-
lisb.

Arbitrates Rows

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ACIITE
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sits debating experience as well as! 'l"II' t.1A l fH, 1ieh , (Oct. 5.
tiraining inl literary societies. # c~lny I11,000,000 tons of freight,
11 I GOfficial tryouts for men seeking adI-'yrg iron ore, passed tlhrought the
q mission to A(Teiphi House of Repro-' 1o(-1tis dIt jog Septem iher as coi n pa r;[
II~Ui~fl LLJ)5Oiiativtc, -Fill ihe held at 11e0 iflertiNg -vit'li A61210 tons in Spebr 91
oAll ;ell hail Tuiesday at 7:30 o'clock. accordinug to t he rep ort of o...1
1, c~ i-- I'!he h ouse will vote on the tryouts D ent legineer, anad. L. C. ..i:. it-
3 c3 tori' iS nearIO E lie clogse of the meeting. Ierintendent of the locks.

It. G. Dlo
By' the appointment of IT. G. Dalton,
For the Quality.
For the kind of t
more pleasai
For the kind of
litres to eat."~

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year t1:aii ever lwf, fi f!'t'5 of the
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SIDNEY BLACKMER
In Sabatini's American Romance
E THE CAR OLINIAN"
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The STUDENT PRINCE
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COiMiNG SUNDAY-
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Spliting
The Conklina
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one the next
time you' re near
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and $7, in redl, black,
mahogany; long or
short; clip or'ring cap.
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and pencils, in rubber
and all metals-.
priced ai low as $1.00'
for pencils and $2.50
for pens. Conklin

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The play that broke the world's record
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Some pens clog, as you
know to your sorrow. Others
balk and have to be shaken
down to get them started.
Others leak and sweat.
The Swan does none of
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to paper. The flow of ink is
easy, even, smooth-neither
too much nor too little. The
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nearly half a cen-
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is made with such scrupulous
care and accuracy. No other
pen is nearly- so perf ect in
perf ormance.
You can test these state-
ments for yourself. Go to
any of the university stores
and write there with a Swan.
Compare it with other pens.
You'll never again be content
with an ordinary writing
instrument.
Ask any dealer to show
you the fine oversized Swan
Pen illustrated. Because this
particular Swan Pen is so ex-
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special name of Swan "Eter-
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will never wear out. You will
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you have ever owned. Its
price is $7. A still larger
size is $9; a smaller size $5.
Take your own choice as to
color and style of point.
Mabie Todd & Co., expert
pen makers since 1843.

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