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PAGE TWO
WORK ON, UNIVERHSITY
SUPPLY LINES BEGUN
;A tilroil jation Of $20,000 Granted For
1'- ernimatlon Of Electrical
Distribution Lies
WIOLL IIPrROVE SERVICE
i-1 >> ing for the improvement, en-
rgnn~I.and modernization of the
eetica distribution lines of the Uni-
verjy,: Building and Grounds de-
, (w i'h as _commenced work on a
t;, T .y;all: jhesupply lines.
t > 11 1 t eect of the work is in-
reac d erve-and ia greatly- in-
teee1 aco of safety for the work-
10cfl] .ltl 'tioji the lines. The
caai tyo all the university lines is
to hf ! Wieased enough to allow forl
fu ure(( expansioni.I
Tuntevery campus building the vat
containing the transformer station
which takes the current from the main
feed cables and steps it down for ordi-
nary consumption is to rebuilt and re-
xnodelled to acconmmodate nmew appar-
atus an~ a greater supply of elec-
tricity.
All underground boxes, in which the
main lines are tapped to supply the in-
dividual builigs are to be replaced
by a new type of box, more efficient
and safe. These are watertight and
have b( on tested for 7F00 volts under
wate '>inslead of the ordinary knife
swhs ;. " , esc oxu:-are equipped
~v th dlsf~hi~~ jg andles" made of
'W~~l.'hi v~isthe dangers of
A.ll flie old f11.;09 are to be removed
411(1the, ni VT , :ubstituted. With the
oild fuse ii -:,:c5 necessary to shut off
the load b(cf',r removing fuses,1
but with the ncx,, ones, they can be
*eplaced without danger when the
+curent is on. A further, advantage of
the new fuse is that the arc which
sometimes formed in the old fuses
*lhen blown out is eliminated in the
new ones by a'strong spring to. separ-
Ate the ends.
In' spite of the magnitude of the job
and the length of. time it will take to
complete, it is not expected that .serv-
ice will be interrupted in any build-
ing for more than an hour at a time.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WFDNESTA Y, NVMIE ,1926

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Foundation GivesFellowship Details
Further details have been made pub- gium. These fellowships are awarded
lie by the C. R. B. Educational founda- annually and were established in 1920
tion. regarding the granting of several to commemorate the work of the com-
advanced fellowships for study in Bel- mission for relief in Belgium during
DECORATE FOR JIOM1ECOMING
(Crepe paiici for exterior decorations. "M" blankets, pennants
affi pillows for the room. We have a complete line.
Phone M4i 1111 South University Phone 4744

the World war and to promote closer
relations and exchange of intellectual
ideas between Belgium and America.
These fellowships are awarded to
any qualified man or woman. They
are awarded for a period of 12 months
and consist of a minimum stipend of

$150 monthly, with-- allowances for
first class traveling expenses from the
residence of the fellow to andl from
B~elgiumi.
Applicants fr'om~ the Unilversity can
get information concerning the fellow-!
ships at Dr. Robbins' office. All ap-
plications must be in by D~ec. 15.

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Osteopathy
DIR. BERT IIHlllBEE, 338 '1 11N RD ST. PHONE 50
D)R. BETH IIABEhIER, 322'8 NAYNARI) ST. PHONE 5669
DR1. LELANI) S. McCLEERY
I-.. STATEI+ SAYINGS BANK BLDGV. LII)N E 8003
DR11. W S. MILLS~, 616 FIRST NAT. BANK BLDG.
I'IONE, D'ICE- 300,RESIDENCE 5303

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P'ARTNER WANTED4
To Expand the Livest Business
in'T'own
Phone 8908

DiR. IDOROTHY SELLARDS
1111FI'AR OAKiS PARK(WAY.

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Electric Heaters for
Your Comfort
Why sit and shiver with the cold when an electric
heater will make the room. comfortable. We carry several
good , makes, such -as the Universal at $7.50 and $8.00,
Robinson Rochester at $5.50, Polar Cub at $5.00.
-People do not know the value and comfort of electric
heaters until they have used them. Every home should have
a heater. They are nice for the sick room, for the sewing-
room, nursery and study room. Sold and guaranteed by
STATE' STREET ,HARDWuvARE

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ONE WEEK COM. MONDAY, NOV. 8
: atinee W~ednesday Only
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Now Shiowinig .

N'ow showving.

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X101iciilan-Ohio Honmecoinng Ganve
2Shows SAT, NIGHT O .1
No Matinee Saturday4
Frst killow at 7 P. )L. second SDoty at 10 P. :l.
D)ONALD CALLAHER and JAMES Mr. ELl I~tlr
(Producers of "The Gor11liW' and "Castles in the Mir'
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Osteopathic
To Meet In

Society'
Detroit

Delicious Dishes Made with

~or Annual Meeting
(By Associated Press)n -17 0 T, N v . Th s e p
par'nic ) ptrfesit u of Michigan will
olee- here ;omworrow and Thursday for
its annual convention, its was an- I
pounced today by Dr. Beatrice N. Phil-
lipas, president of the organization. I
Among the speakers from .outside
the state will be Dr. John A. Mcl)on-
ald of Boston, Dr. Percy H. Woodall4
of 'Birmingham,, Ala., }Dr. Stanley G. j
Bandeen of Louisville, Ky., and Dr.
Lawrence T. Hess of Zanesville, Ohio.
Osteopathic fun mentals and prac-
tices will be sc eathemeig
Rlloth Is Honored By
Forestry Society
Prof. Fi ibert Roth, former head of
I he ;orestry department of the Uni-
-r "sv. who died early this year, was
., o3 t at the meeting of the Ohlio
Volleyi 'etion of the :Society of Amer-
~cauFor-ters held at Athens, Ohio.
tie ; ai T part of last week. A reso-
loton.wa~adopted honoring the
1 lc InTI o" Professor Roth and ac-,--
knwlri rf .:)llof the contributions
het +1 dun. g his lifetime to thef
scE ,< < wiresry. Copies of, the
resolurr~ ere sent to. the Societyl
o! AT I f1, 7can Foresters and to Mrs.
The jmeeting was attended. by Pro-
fessorsq Young; Craig, Jotter and Bax-
ter of the forestry department here,
and by men connected with the prac-
tice of forestry, both private and pub-
11ic in thte section included in the Ohio
valley. The program was taken up
with visits ,to different preserves and
with a study of the advances that have
been made by the state of. Ohio in
fostering and encouraging the prac-
tice of forestry.
Effincrer Will End
W Is i n T-ip Soon

Oriental Show-You Products
Bean! sprouts, sauce, chow mein, noodles. Until you have
tried Oriental Show-You products you do not know what
delicious new dishes you can make economically ! The
Schultz Grocery has all these products for you.
Good Foods-Service
The Schultz Grocery is noted for its good foods and it's
noted for its helpful service. Rely on this store for your
foods and you can be certain of good m~eals at all times.
Or ental Products
Tea and Coffee-Our coffee and teas are known by many
satisfied customers for their clearness, purity, and pronounced
flavor. A trial will convince you of th~eir superior qualities.
J. W. Special in 5 lb. lots, per pound 43c; teas, 50c to 90c
per pound.
Extra Special-i,00 rolls Scott Tissue Toilet Paper-$ 10.50

By EDWARD LOCKE
The Most Amazing Americanm Drama
of the Century
A Sterling Caist of stage Favorites Headed by
LOUIS WOLHEIM OLIVE TELL
DONALD G ALLAHER
and 1 Inelhuding
MAI)D IELL ROBERT 'Fl SC tIER i TOM 1 BROWVN
Staged, by Walter F. Scott
Send Mail Orders Now for Good Seats
Eves: 50e, $1.00,.4, $2.00, $2.50. Wed.,lNat.: 5>0c to $i)
Add 10% anid Enclose Self- Addressed Stamped lEnvelope.

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SA'TURDAY NI(,'HT ORDiERS1 MUST STATE WilETII E 1
FOR FIRST OR SECOND) SHOW

Yale's,-Greatest Half-Bach anid Footlball 1(1ol
Showing Him ini Action Ini Two Gripping Games
-Also-
GENE B'TN NEY--WOJILI) VIHAMPWION-IN
"THlE FIGHING4 )AR.INE"

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Wholesale and Retail

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Friends, the Donovan organization, through its buyingj power and the fact that our
experience enables us to conduct our business on the lowest cost possible--arec just a few
Df the reasons why we can give you guaranteed tires at a price that cannot be miet by
any dealer in Michigan.

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SPECIAL
M.4ALTED
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It is the thisIrich malted milks that we
offer that help make our fountain ;service
so popular.g
The service is quick, so you will have
plenty of time to drop in for refreshment
between classes.
CIPPEN'S

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Re.Cord
$7.25

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0.0 S. Cord$250
32x4
0. S. Cord
$12.85

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JobWi{ Lflmerdean of the College
N .i f cjat'i I- clc ce, and, the Arts,
who hasa uc ni~e West for a month
will be L Au', Arbor for a brief per-
iod tine fh-tp r of nett week. Hle
been inspectno; co;lleges and univer-
r.ites which have a'pplied for a place
on the accredited list of the Associa-
tion of AAmerican universities.,
The latter pat ~of the week Dean
Effinger will Journey East to co'ntinue
hiis inspection, which will be com-
pleted by. a report of. his findings to
the association's committee on classi-
fleation.,lHe has. been obtaining in-
formation concerning, the institutions
'gearing on their eligibility fora. place3
on the accredited list.
CARNARVON, Wales.-Former Pre-
rmter David Lloyd George described

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29x4.40
Balloon
$9.5

30 x 5.25
Balloon
$14.85

33 x 6.00
Balloons
$19.85

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