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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1926

LIBRARY SCIENCE DEPARTMENT RISES
IN RANK A S ENROLLMENT INCREASES
Opening the fall semester with an gress. Win. W. Bishop, University Li-I
enrollment of 45, the department of brarian, is director of courses.
Library Science of the University is Prof. Sidney B. Mitchell, who is
rising to the first rank of such de-: giving instruction in book selection
partments in the United States. and administration is a graduate of{
The undergraduate work is open to the University of California and ob-
students presenting 90 hours credit tained his Master's degree at Magill
and 120 honor points and who can University, Toronto. Before coming
read French and German. Spanish here he was head of the School of Li-
has been accepted in a few cases on brary science at the University of
condition that the study of German California.
was immediately begun. Another member of the faculty, Prof.
The faculty of the department, Margaret Mann is a graduate of the
though small, is making rapid pro- American Library school at Paris.

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Better come early
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Another Hit Show at the Maj!

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TISH'S PLAYHOUSE
514 East Liberty

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Osteopathy
DR. BERT HABERER, 338 MAYNARD ST. PHONE 5669
DR. BETH HABERER, 328 MAYNARD ST. PHONE .5669
DR. LELAND S. McCLEERY
1-2 STATE SAVINGS BANK BLDG. PHONE 8003
DR. W. S. MILLS, 616 FIRST NAT. BANK BLDG.
PHONE, OFFICE 830, RESIDENCE 03M

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Keith Vaudeville Feature,-
The Two Kentuckians
Bartram &
Saxton
Crooning Melodists Supreme
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"A CYCLE OF SONGS"
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CHARLIE CHASE In
"LONG FLIV THE KINQ
New Aesop Fable Cartoon
in "THE CAMPITS FLIRT"

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DRIES WHILE YOU WAIT
The demand for Rogers Lacquer is growing every day
stronger. It takes the place of all long-drying ,paints. It
dries so quick that you do not dread to paint the old furni-
ture and waiting for it to dry.
Try a can of Rogers Lacquer in any color you desire.
It is sure to give satisfaction or money refunded. It makes
the old articles look new. It has a wonderful wearing
quality. You can save time by using Rogers Lacquer and
get better results.
STATE STREETARDAR

Next Week-WARING's PENNSYLVANIANS

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DR. DOROTHY SELLARDS
1111 FAIR OAKS PARKWAY.

PHONE 5403

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Coffee!

Coffee!

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310 South State St.

Dial 5015.

Quality, Quantity and Prices Right.

OUR J. W. SPECIAL gives you more CUPS to
the pound than any sold in or about ANN ARBOR. Its
the cost per CUP and not the price per pound that counts.
Do not buy any coffee more than one week's supply at
a time. Any coffee loses its strength quickly after it has been
ground. We sell it in five pound lots or more at 45c per
pound.
We also have the best Mayonnaise sold in nn Arbor
at $2.69 per gallon.
You will find nowhere. a more complete line of No. 10
canned Fruits and Vegetables at WHOLESALE.
The Schultz Grocery
'Wholesale and Retail
114-116 East Washington St. Phone 4277

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ESTABLISHED ENGLISH UNIVERSITY
STYLES, TAILORED OVER YOUTHFUL
CHARTS SOLELY FOR DISTINGUISHED
SERVICE IN THE UNITED STATES.

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SPECIAL TRAINS'
Via
Michigan, Central R. R.
OCTOBER 28TH
FROM ANN ARBOR
to
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
for the
NATIONAL ALUMNI CELEBRATION
On October 29th
and. for
MICHIGAN DAY
at the
Sesqui Centennial Exposition
STOP-OVER
wll be made on the return journey at
BALTIMORE, MD.
October 0th
for the
Michigan-Navy Game
Reduced fares axid attractive all expense plans are available for
this occasion.
A wonderful opportunity to visit the Exposition in Philadelphia

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WHILE DEVOID OF ECCENTRIC
FEATURES, CHARTER HOUSE
GARMENTS ARE DECISIVELY
COLLEGIAN. WE ENDEAVOR TO
CONFINE OUR SALES OF THEM
EXCLUSIVELY TO COLLEGE MEN.

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SuIts and Overcoats
$40. $45. $50

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