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PRIDAY1 T T3ARY 7, 19-27'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY. ~TANUARY 7. 1927 THE MTCHTCAN DAILY

NGIv ~P dyn, rnaiRepesnt At Meeting Of Historical

University
Association.

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Professor Milnie Of 3Mne"cetfr -will
Lecture - oni 1iky sics ti St i'
Dutrig Summer Sessiou.,
IS AUTHORITY IN FIILD
Distinguished as an intei :iJ onal
authority in the hield of physlc ,, Prof.
R.A. Milne of the University of Man-
Chester Will be at the U~niversity for
the 1927 Summer session to conduct za
special course on the ph sics of thef
stars, according to Edward H. lxraus, i

(Ie: l nude Van Tyne, head of thu conclusion from the works of the{
instory dle,.artnient, and Prbk. Arn any investigators into this subjectr
1-yina, a-r-,resented the University on is that, the United States of AmericaI
arose as a "melting-p~ot of races," alll
th c : in of the annalmeeting o , f wichcontrib~uted to our presentl
ffic .' 'rcan f istorical assoiaton, government and institutions.
bl eit . ochester, New York, (lllung The first: constitution and America's
111, i'.:I~YS. Professor Van TPyne ffederative plan b~oth came from Hol-
prea a I~al~cr betor, he gene-al laud, not from ntgland whose House
5e51( aiit ubjctbeh.' 'Pre~acF of Commons was ,n example of what

CORN WELL COL- COKE
Scranton, Pocahontas
Kentucky and West Virginia. Coal
Solvay and Gas Coke
This business has been growing ever
since it was established. The secret-
"giving absolut~e satisfaction to our
customers." We believe it pays to do
busin~ess. in a friendly way. If, you001
think so too, let's get together.
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January
Wall Paper. Sale,

1]OS5inl the American Rt,,)Isut toni'
-ta 'neral ses ion inl the F"ast-mln:
hi,- paper ocnl"Dutch influence ca. the,
DI-velopinent of (Civilization"" This
1:3('I Or nreetol the conception 'ofa
inany lei lo :ails in raga:'d to Eng-

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dean of the Summer session and deaLn landi's contributions to American in-3
of the College of Pharmacy. (slit ution From the middle of, the
It will be an advanced lecturee 5e(, it(th century until the end ofj
course upon the contributions of m-1od-i the ir ineeenth., Enigland was regarded
ern theories of atomic structures to by many as the sole source of p~rac-
the solution of problems of stellar tically all American institutions. The
physics, according to, the announce- - -----
inent.__________________ __
In all, there will be 30 courses in
the field of physics. They range from
those courses in' physics required for W,~iring.
adinission, general physics, problems, V'
laboratory .work, to all the special itue
phases of the science, including sound,;
mechan~ics, light, electricity and mag-!
netism. Work will be given in elcc- I
trical measurements, electron theory'I Repairing'
and radio activity, vacuum tubies int!
radio communication, atomic struc-1
ture, thermodynamics, physical opticsi, Call 7776
special study in the theory of heat,I
x-rays, special work in spectral Eeries, BIRO .
And the, conduction of electr icity i
through gases.
In the higher phases of the sei e.:cc,!
there will be research work in wvhicoh 1 04 N. Fourth Ave.
Most of the time will be dlevoted t
independent investigation, and also1
graduate work.__________________

agovernmezcnt s:hold icnot be, Professor
II;v m a brough?, out. Tt has been shown
by investigators tat at the time of
thet establishment of the Uniited States
a3 a rseparate, in'cependent republic,
the D~utchi were the teacher's of the
English, in industry and agriculture.
For a time the Dutch surpassed allm
others on the seas an. controlled by
far the largest share in the world's
trade. English students, several
thousand of them, went to the Dutch.
for their education.
Week Starting J .9
M1ost (Significant, Most Tremnen.
ku~s Dramua of Modern TMmes
POLLOI THEL
Firs T ruie In -;Ay Michigan
Thmeatre.
POPULAR PRICE$1
Played by this Theatre's very
cap~able stock orglaization, the
'Wright, Player's. ° Only thme regu-
1lar adlmissioni, 75c-50c, will, be
Icha~rged. Seats now, by mail or
SPh one

CORN WELL CAL

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OFFICE, CORNWELL BLOCK
Phones, Office : 4351-4552 Yard Office : 5152

Phone 931 3

203 East

We are giving a 20% discount on our 1926:
wall paper patterns. Splendid opportunity
to buy wall papers for future use at, so great-
a reduction-one dollar saved out of every
five dollar purchase. The earlier you make
your selection, the more you have from which
to choose.'
We have in stock wall paper, paint, varnish,
shades, brushes, polish, lacquer, enamels, etc.,
of only high-grade merchandise.

P~in iu a~ iaimanm--

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TODAY AND SATURDAY
NOT AN ORDINARY SEA
ROMANCE
S uperb Picturization of Don Marquis'
Celebrated Humorous Novel, Feat~uring

JAI,
A reel rib tickler tbaat really ick !les:k
the r ibs-a lhair-raising' thili Btat
actually makes one's flair stan d, anrd
tile eye& biilge 'tihat in a nitsei is
Rod)4 EaRoc que's Jai est .star chicle
that -tramnsports I liroughithe uist s of 4 : " 4
cemmmmres 1aekto thme ohi ph' :t Ic days
on1 IheSpanish AMain--a lil ure Its
full of thrills and laughis ns iiegs
is full of mleat. L'
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TIhrillIs
iDrama
Laughis
Policy

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New Duco Colors
New Gasoline Gauge
New Radiator
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New Remote Control
Door Handles

New Tire. Carrier
New BulleVType
Head Lamps
New Windshield.
On Open Models
New Heavy One.
piece. Full-crown
Fenders
New Hardware
New Running Boards
New ',rake arid.Clutch
Pedal Closure

HE'S COMING SUNDAY

That S z~vt entlemen

---WITH THESE AMAZING PRICE REDUCTIONS

The $9
COACH 5
Former-Price, $645
The R G 52
Pruze incluide; balloon tires and
steel disc wheels. Former price
$535, with balloon tires only.

The
COUPE

$625

Thme
SEDAN

x695

The
LANDAU

$745

F orimer Pr Ice, $645

F ormer 1Price, 4;73,)

Former Price, $W6;

The.
Roadster

5525

The Sport
Cabriolet

b715

I-Ton
TRUCK
1=2-Ton
TRUCK

495
E395

Price includes balloon tires. and
steel disc wheels. Former price
$535 with balloon tires only.

Entirely new model with
rumble seat.

Bal~oon Tires now standard on all models.

All prices f. o. b. Flint, Mich., effective Jannary 1st, 1927.

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