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Ti-r. MICAN DAILY

THUllRSDAY, APRIL 8, x92G

Claims Life Cell
Secr'et His While
(' Scientists Scoff

'German May Attend University '
As First Of Exchange S tudents''
Dr. Ernest Deissmnan of Perlin will! and is specializing at present in inl-
attend the0 University next year as an ternational lawr.I

'STEAMSHIPAENY
All Tor I d a<CruiasTis n ed
~O1 E~ Hur n tiAmnArbor
$,i ^8 r'1!, Bonde'd and $Auitlorized F '1
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'exchxange student'' if prescnt plans ofC
the ;st udent Christian association mid
the Institute of International Educa-
ion of New York city develop sue-
ccssfuliv. 'Thle plan' calls for tuition
,vich wouild be sought. from the Uni-
;orsity, transportation expenses whichI
have been offered by the institute, an]l
room anld board which several frater-
nit ies, it is anticipated, will offer.
Dr. *Deissrnan, son of D~r. Adolph4
Deissman who is a prominent profes-
sor at the University of Berlin, re-
cently obtained his degree of doctorI
of philosophy from that institution,

Studlent Christ ian association, who
mlet Deis,-;man in Europe last summer
stated that he speaks English fluently,
having conducted lecture classes at
the Un1iverscity of AWales.
FAIRBANKS, Alaska.-Capt. Hu-
pert Wilkins and Lieut. Carl Ben-
.jamin Elison, who left here Wednes-
day in ain airpltane for Point Barrow,
Alaska, have arrived at their dlestina-
ti on.
P'atronmize 1)aily A yvi erti,,ers.-Adv.

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true 5 0 years
ago too!1
.How came?:
Why--it's juist
made bcttei;,
that's all.

The nrdcoycussadthree advanced courses in research
and special work in geographicail
geological, and physiographi'al sb
jeets will be offered to graduate and~
limited as to enrollment, and ustues e
Interested in taking work in any of - 7
these subjects are advised to make T
application with thes instructor in! . rg }
charge of each course.. Prof. 1. 1).
Scott of the department of geology .is,
in charge, of field- courses in physio-
graphy. Prof. K. C. McMurray of the - y4
department of geography is in charge
of the courses in geography, and Pro--
fe'ssor Elers of the geology (lepart-
tent is in charge of courses in gee.-lj AJRAINT ., .Ai ii7.__Johi F. Ma-
logy. zur *continues1Q5to0cling to the blOief
The summer camp for field courses h le has disco v rc( the seret of
in geography andl geology is located( "creating" life 4calls. desipite the ver-
at Mill Springs, on the Cumnberland dit of sciet isis that hxe doesn't know
river in southern Kentucky, near 'WhaL h is talking about.
Burnside, the closest rail point. M'azur, obscure dabbler in bacteriol-
A new headquarters b)uilding for ; gy leaped into the limelight here by
sleeping andl study purposes is now announcing, through a local newspa-
in process of erection at the camp anid per that lie had succeeded in creating
will be completed by the opening of jplant and animal life by artificial
the season. Accommodating more means.-
thian 50, it will be one of tihe best of! Scientists at nearby universities re-I
its kind in the country. according to f fuse to get excited. While willing to
the camp director. Last year more; give Mazur an opportunity to demon-
than 40 students registered in these; strate his claims, they assert that
courses in summer field work. there isn't a chance that he's right.
Eberbach Son Co.
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than the day rate for
the same kind of call
and less than half the
rate charged if you
call a certain person
by name rather than
by telephone number.
The Long Distance
operator will give you
rates.
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b ody grudges
that energy when the boys
are in a bit of difficulty !
But it's another matter
when you've got to coax your
fountain pen on to achieve-
ment throughout a long, hard
season.
There are pens like that.
They clog. They blot. They
balk. They leak. - They re-
quire .more attention than a
cousin at Commencement.
The Swan doesn't. It be-
gins to write the instant it
touches paper. It continues
to write, evenly, faultlessly,
until you want it to stop. It
remains in working order.
It is, in effect, the finest
fountain pen now

Why don't you try one?
Just go to any dealer's and
compare it with any pen that
you have ever seen. Write
with one there.
Ask the dealer to show you
the fine oversized Swan. Pen
'illustrated. Because this par-
ticular Swan Pen is so excep-
tionally fine,- it carries the
special name of Swan "Eter-
nal." With reasonable care
it will never wear out. You
will find it to be a finer pen
than 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.,

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Merchandise

-Chemicals

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF RETAILING
Experience in Now York's, Newairk's and Brooklyn's larg;est dep!)art-
ment stores. Store service linked with classroom in-struction. Td. S.
in Retailing granted on completion of one year of graduate work.
Fall ternm opens September 16, 1926
Summer School July 6 to August 13, 1926
Illustrated booklet on application. For further information write
Dr. Norris A. Brisco, Director, Washington Square last, New York
City.

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H ERR, is a picture that throws
the revealing searchlight of
truth on the tangled web of
~'romance in Society's innermost-
:laces. What goes cn back of
the gorgeous, glittering show of
the world of we ath an.d posi-
tion, is now told in this amnaz-
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who laughed at canvention and
of another who lstened to so.
ciety's demands do those who
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Pawnshop Politics"'
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'Shakedown Cruise"
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