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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

\VEN ,SD Y, TMAtRCH 2, 1927

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MEICLINlVIO Newvly Dedicated Thomas Henry Simpson, TEXAS STUDENT RELATES OR2 UN
lemG, iaJ Recently Presented - OFTOR F FLATNGUNVlSI Y
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UNEIuALLED IN FIELD --11lui
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Two salient features of the newly- 5
dedicated Thionmsa s i impson1z<
Memorial In= titut for 1Medn a re-
search .are 'is,.that the project i;:S
one unparalleled among edlucational I
institutions of the country, adFew and
that nothing has been spared in the
way of equipm7#ent and organization'
Y 1to make for'valuable results, accord-
ing to the various heids of the Univer-
sity hospital w;ho b -v^ be~en #a5 ecxiai eLI
in the p innr .bl mn.They1
donor, Mrs. KatherineF McDonald.
S# impson, ol;trit, has shown ex-
ceeding inrr" t ;., ithe progress ofs.
the memorial' ev er :11'e its Concep-'
tion. The Thbma 5 Henriy Simpsoni In
The building itself was constructed;(cut l l d( (hert eLIand pres'ete to the
at a cost of $250,000, and an additional o, i ro t It is theynly building o
amount of $250,000 was made an en- le,, n establishced for tflc purpose o
dowrnent. The structure is of four J a diease which has so far baffledt
stories and of granite, and it stands iteeandI offices have lbeen complete]
on -Observatory street just South of instituition ill not begin functionin
the University hospi tal. The locationESt ur <i s, t he (director wil arrive.
selected has been approved by ar-
chitects and landscape designers for ; lurpose of which as set forth by the
its beauty and utility. The site is ondorist ekanreorencou
one f te hils verlokig Slepyanemia, is closedi prior to the arrival
I'Iollow and the I-uron valley, and is n. ie einnnrar cccs rion

P 'i cn iiioshave benoch a
riekeix i s al , lhed :7i en iner, issle
a]long the path of the sI erii, thewa s
t.1 ti d<tcY 1>e uLl . Tcss than a V k
Ia Icr, the crulise leftcit ava an in Itine
to ('.'ape thildst ract Iinca used IDY
A~'ie lucky stEl1' 0!the C (iiue Coil-
Si 1oiI to wal ( itover it, foxr the
iii 1 (anal the d (ay precedtig t he oc-
c''iIene of a 1i! naslzle which wouild
have held upithe expedition for a
month1 . inally, the steamer drew into
Afar la a few dlays before anl earth-
(mnake \vhich dil muchi damnage in the
1P1H,"Mpine is lands.
Difscipline, according to t he Texan,
has p~eta diflicult to maintain among
'certain class of studlents; lparticular-
ly, drinking has been al problem which
has created trouble. Followving anl in-
vestigation of charges that several
'men on the tour had broken into a

In ' !'~ltIne ,C ii;in e txeo'i
isa c cei '5nh;bu ~ i nhy nI-
*'xld' I)- lams x c h'sli [ .eif ie , a. I lie
age,,d by to , ' 0ii . o nnullii'of
dIiscuss i n rsof t'i1ella m" 1 I volve
stud(enlts ;'.Blc llat ;. jsprung up n iinong
the "studlts thcillselves.

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mn~kc the x~ erk easy ~ EJcc~ric ~?crc aL~xi, I lea~zrs, 7ioa'A>

1 icatcro, &-,udvy rams, \VafflC 1.irns, ElectricCokr3ai
manay rc 4,wr u: %!appliances 11-a: 1,ake the w ork clean a:1

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nstitute for medical research was re-
eUniversity by Mrs. K. M. Simpson
of its kind in the country, and has
of finding a cure for pernicious anemia,
the mledical profession. Tphe laborator
lly furnished andl equippedl, but the
ng until next summer, when Dr. Cyrus

Smbserih~e for Cte iign1fl

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aii~ 1 ~. ou, idw Coyne in and let us
rir C k-e yeti ou ". r '[ ees on :11 t A\.above a tc.les mentioed.w0'
late~O H d ar
j 310 -iuth State St. Dial 5015.
Quolh73t, Quranlih Olid PThices Right,

a't Ridci s Pen Shop
315 St .a ...~

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displays have b~een divided into tIiir ,,
hundred and fifty classes, whichl would
serve to indicate somnething o the

nt:icrnititriF, nP tiro t r"nint>t 'Phn lsacc:t c;

of taI hecii tor da.d1 ts s I.. ImIIcULo], 1J d 1,I UUI 2 I te U Lne IU',L. 'I ~ia Se~U
Dre. Cyrus C. turgis and Dr. Raphael which have been created include: bulbs
Isaacs, early in the summer.. The re- :in flower, carnations, cut flower ar-
maindIer (f. the staff wil be appointed; rangements, cut flowers, miscellanxe-
i by them. The control of the institute ous, ferns and selaginellas, gardens,
is vestedl primarily in the directors,! orchidls, plants in flower, cut roses,
in order that their movements wil roses in pots and1 tubs, and sweet peas.
not be hampered by actual connec- Premiums amounting to $33,000. have
tion with the larger medical units of been offered. One of the largest
the University, but p~rovision has been awards tp be nmadle ill be the $4,000
m tac e for such advice and assistance; to lbe given to successful exhibitors in
from the men in the medical school! the special open class of garden ex-
and University hospital as is deemed' hibits.
necessary by those in charge.! The show will be particularly dis-
tinguished for the many new and uin-'
F lorists Will Hold usu al types of fibowers to b~e (isplayedl.
r "o "Rapture,"a new type of rose, is
i Naiona xhiitio . !one of aprticular note. A group OTr
I 1)Acacia trees will be seen in bloom
In Detroit, Mar. h2-2 liIDetroit for the first time at the
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with Kenneth MacKenna I
cusTETE DTOT te Scnention l l in Detroit xvwill )ewisso h ounte mii
CAS THATR, DT~M te seneof he igth atinstFlo- e's w ho are xvorking 'toi make c the
N'ighits~, Theto $6.5 I er shoxv Marchl 12 to 20. The show is; show a success are imp orta~nt one
Wed. anld Sat. Mat, ViTe to $2.00
- being conducted under the auspices, in t he events of the state. May or Joihn
Nig' hts, or the society of Amierican F lorists !W. Smith of Detr eit is chairmn iof the
f G rrik ed. Mat., 5)c to $2 0 andl Ornamental hort iculturists. advisory connittee, and Governxor
a t.t, 59e to ; .0 Exhibits are being drawvn from all Fred W. Green is acting o11 the coin-
WiI~hr(~ Ame preentsover the United States anmd Canada. The mittee.
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R. U. R.. sustains the high tradition of the theatre guild. °

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most interesting dramas presented in NewE

R. U. R. is super melodrama-the melodrama

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