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.THEIF.MICH-IG1AN DLYT

IVED.NESDAY, NCJVE MER 10, 1( 26

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EXTENSON DIISION I
OFFERS NEWOURSES
Professors Paton and Van den brok
Wil Instruet, at Detrot
Bral nch of University
REUAR CREDIT GIVEN
With the establishment of two new
Courses offered in Detroit through the
University':Extension division, the to-
tal number of courses given through
extenision methods has been raised to
2.. The-:latest additions are a course
in advan'eed accou~iing given by Prof.
William A. Patel:'~.o the :accounting
department of th. Schoo of Business
Adm iistration, and .a course in
strength of material conducted1by
Prof. John A. an den brok of the
engineering college.,
About 90 students are enrolled in
the new courses. A large number are
graduates of the University, who are
avaling themselves of the opportunity
for advanced work. Elementary in-
struction Js not offered in this man-
ner through the extension department.
Detroit and vicinity lead in the num-
her. of courses with 13., The addition-
al. ten, courses are being given in
other Michigan. cities including Grand
RAapids, Flint, Battle Creek and Lans-
fing.
Instruction offered is similar to that
given in corresponding courses in the
University. At the end of the course,
those who wish are given an exami-
nation, and i their grades are satis-
factory, are given regular University
credit for their work.
AVIATION EXPERT
PO-STPONES VISIT
Word was received yesterday by
Prof."F., Pawloski, head of the aero-
nautical engineering department, that
Prof. Theodor von -Karman, head of
the aerodynamical laboratories of
Asche, ,Germany, who " was to visit
the,-university for one week starting
today, has postponed his visit until
Nov..-15. The length of. his stay here
has also been changed, the German
aeronautical expert leaving here on
Nov. 18.
Professor von Karman is touring
the- United States under the auspices
of -the. Guggenheim. fund for the pro-
motion _of ,aviation, and will give le-
tures at the University of New York,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
t niverAty of, Michigan, and the Cali-
forni& Institute of Technology.
BRUSSELLS. -'Notables were ar-
riving yesterday for the religious
marriage today of the Swedish prin-
cess- who some day will be queen of
" the Belgians,.
ATP THE DETROIT THEATRES
CASS THEATER
DTROIT
"t afdiayete at Wayn e Cad to
".'The Vagabond King "
Based on
Y "IF I WERE KING"
Nights, $1I0 $3 Sat. Mat., 75C to $2.50.
BONSIELL. Nights.-7"c to $150
i Mat.Ts., Thus. Sat.,
OLAYII'1USK 50c and 75.
NOT-If you like good drama of love, com-
edy and thrils, we recommend
SEVENTH'HEAVEN
Signed
The Bostelle Playhouse.
Last week now payn .
/A I ('T Nights . oc to $
1'# 4 wed. Mat. - yo c to $
Sat. Mat. . 5oc t0 $
Something new to Detroit. A New York
Theatre Guild success
Garrick Gaities
AU Intimate Musical Revue.
SHUBERT LAFAYETTEJ

Lafayette at Shelby Street I
Biggest Musical Hlit on four continents. !
CASTLES'i
1N THE AIR
With Doiial rian, Roy Cropper,
Virginia O'Brien

CASE WILL EXHIBIT ROCKS FOSSILS
AT GEOLOGICAL JOURNAL CLUB TALK
Prof. E. C. Case, of the paleontology at Washington, accompanied Profes-
department, will speak at. the meet-c sor Case at the suggestion of R. A.
ing of the Geological Journal club toj Smith of Lansing, geologist for the
hob held at 7 o'clock tomorixow night in ;state of Michigan.
room 436, Natural Science building.1 The new Museum, scheduled to be
As a feature of his lecture on "Fos- completed in 1927, and on which con-
sils of the D~evonian and MississippianI
Formation," IProfessor Case will ex- struction work has already begun, will
hibit the fossil specimens which he permanently house the 3,000 pounds
collected last summer, in a geologic ofc rock fossil specimens brought back
survey of Alpena and Chxarlevoix coun- here by Professor Case for exhibition.
ties. E. 0. Ulrich, scientific expert of All those interested in the lecture
the United States Geological Survey are cordially invited to attend.

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EDW. A. CL.ARK

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driing yoIn J)old to
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GOOD0 TASTE-
That's what the fellows show when they select a
suit from among th-e two hundred samples of Fine
Wool Fabrics shown at
THE GOOD CLOTHES SHOP
711 -North University Aic.
Prices range all the way from $22.50 to $36.00
for Fine All XWool T ailored Suits and Ove coats.
You can be well dressed without paying more.
SPEIAL-Until November 15, you can get with your suit
c rder" an extra pair of $'7.00 pants to match for $1.00.
Better come ,in and get yours.
Open 4:00 to 6:00 and
7:30 to 8:30 P. M.

OPENING OF
Vogel --Potes arket ;

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Oscar M. Vogel

Marti~n lH. Vogel

WJe are offering the highest quality of meats that money can buy, at
prices which are no higher. Also a complete line of canned goods.
A visit will convince you.

SPECIALS

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SWIFT'S AND ARMOUR'S HAMTS
WHOLE OR HALF ............ 37c.

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PORK SHOULDER ROA S S.....25c

We are exclusive agents for
BAND INSTRUMENTS. The

the new MARTIN
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on the market. Come in and let us show you the new
improvements on these instruments.
Alimendinge--r Mujsic So
305MAYNARD STREET
Tuning, Repairing and Refinishing of
all Musical Instruments.

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Now givine the public quality merchandise at the lowest possible cost. Our enormous
Business shows most mnotdrists throughout Michigan, know we charge less and give more,
and we're goin g to keep on doing it.

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SPECIAL
M.\ALTED
MI4LKS
It is the thick, rich malted milks that we
offer that help make our fountain service
so popular.
Tile service is quick, so you will have
plenty of time to drop in for refreshment.
between classes.
CRIxPPEMN S

30 x 3% 30 x3? / 33 x5 29 x4.40 30x,5.25
Cord, Reg. Cord, 0. S. Cord BalloonI Ballon
$6.95 $8.35 $25.00. $8.75J $14.85
Cup Grease Foot Accelerators Heaters .
Put up especially for this organization For all model Fords ............98c
under our own label.~ Champion Spark Plugs, I~....9 Just arrived for all makes of cars,
Vin .3cFive pound can ................ 65c Ever-Ready 45-volt B-Batteries.. $2.69 including the 1926 Ford.
Three pound can .............. 45c Gun Cases............. .$1.50 '9 pto$.5
One pound can ................ 19c I battery Testers ................69 69c u o$.5
Batteries, 6-8 V. 1+ord, $8.5O .---iB ick, $13.95 -- Dodge, 12-16 V., $15.95 Oltte'rtes
Expert Vulcanizing Done on Tires and Tubes

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Announcement
We will be open Wednes-
day evenings until 104:30.
Come here for refreshments
after the dance or theatre.

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