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THE MICHIGAN. DAILY

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PHILADELPHIA, Pa.-Lon Jour- The first printed Bible was the
det, former Pennsylvania star, was
appointeadvisory coach ofthe Gutenberg Bible, which was also the
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EXACTING STATE TESTS MUST BE
PASSED TO PRACTICEr
PROFESSIONALLY
PEOPLE ARE PROTECTED
Analytle Power And Creative Ability
Are Demonstrated; Six Years'
Training Necessary
An exhibition of the designs mader
for the last State Board examination The reorganization of the Merchantl
in architecture is now hanging in Fleet corporation has resulted in the
placing of Thomas AV. O'Connor, chair'
Room 301 of the new Architectural man of the shipping board, In the
Building. The designs may be in- presidency.
spected by th e public today and Mon-
day between the hours of 9 and 12 SCENES . IN UNIONI
o'clock and from 1 to, 5 o'clock. TAKEN ON FRIShA Y
Since 1915 Michigan has had a
law restricting the practice of archi- Scenes of the Union, were taken yes-

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The New Fall models, exclusively
Whitehouse & Hardyin design and
fln'sh, may be inspected at
GUY WOOLFOLK & CO.
36 South State Street

HUTEL SAGE, Detroit, Mich.
1537 Center St. Around the corner
from Capitol Theater. Downtovn
s1.oping diistrici. Quiet place for
reined peoPle. All outside rooms.
Single, $1.50; double, $2. PrivateI
bath: Single, $1.50 anri $2; double,
$2.50.
NOTICES.
NOTICE-Party who took BENNY
U$STERBAAN'S coat by mistake
from ARCADE CAFETERIA pleasei
return to owner or ARCADE CAFE-
TERIA. Phone 3775. 28, 29
NOTICE-We deliver between the
hours of 9:30 and 11:30 p m. Prompt
Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phon24481.
20 100
KOLLAUF CUSTOM TAILOR-Ex-
perienced cutter and fitter. Office
and workrooms, 1151/2 So. Main St.,
over Walk-Over Shoe Store.
27,28, 29.
THE HEIDELBERG-807 E. Washing-
ton St. German home cooking. Dial
3409. 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30.

FOR RENT
FOR SALE-Ladies' raccoon coat. Call
after 7 p. M., at 614 Forest 4347.
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APARTMENT-324 E. Jefferson. FourS
large rooms; private bath; heat and
water. First class condition.
25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 20n

WANThI)
WANTED-Ohio State tickets.
Van Est, 21172.

FOR SALE
EXCELLENT dress suit for sale, worn
twice. Made by Marshall Renchard
of Detroit. Reasonable. Box 57,
Michigan Daily, Press Bldg. 2S, 29

WANTED-Salesmen to sell two neW
articles at Ohio gameAvoid c""-
:petition, gL~ood wagecs. Call115x)64.
2"" 29
WANTED-Salesmen to sell Michigan
and Illinois arm b:ands, pillows and
pennants at Ilinois ame, Chance
to earn extra spenling money and
expenses. Call 596. 28, 2 , 30
LOST
LOST-A black leather notebook with
phylosophy notes and green Schaefer
pen. Return to Daily office. Reward.
29

Call
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-sExclusive Lasts and Patterns . W&22
WHITEHOUSE PsgndadSl Ol HARDY.
BROADWAYT 40" STREET 144WEST42ND rpHET
METROPOLITAN OpiRA HOUSE BLDG. KNICKERBOCKER BUILDING
84 BROADWAY-AT WALL STREET
PHILADELPHIA-1511 CHESTNUT S=ET
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WANTED-Two adjacent tickets for
today's game. Call 9116, early. 29
SALESLADIES wanted; must be ex-
perienced in ladies ready to wear
dept. None other need apply. To
work all or part time. Good wages,
steady employment. The Fair Store,
200 N. Main.
22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29

GIRL'S ATTENTION-Special this
week. Shampoo and e1xpert marcel-
ling, $1ine wvng anicuring.
Telephone ;Mi1. f :gg 'yinn Beauriy
Shoppe, side entrance Trojano'tski
Barber Shop, 1110 So. U. 27, 28, 29
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MIC IA
sWEEKLY

tecture to those qualifying through
examination, as in the case of medi-
cine and other professions. In engin-
eering and surveying similar require-
ments were established in 191)i., The
purpose of such laws is to protect
the public by establishing minimum
requirements for independent prac-
tice.
Title Is Limited
Since the establishment of this law
the use of the title "architect" has been
limited to those who have formally
qualified. While there is an occasion-
al evasion of the requirements as in
the case of other and similar legisla-
tion, the conditions. as a whole have
greatly improved.
The examinations for architects ex-
tend over three days, two of which
are given almost entirely to building
construction involving the use of
steel iand concrete and the design of
a truss. On the third day a twelve-
hour test is given in architectural de-
sign. This year the problem in de-
sign is a motor bus station in a large
city. There are included waiting and
lunch rooms, business offices, and
various service units.
The drawings are made without ref-
erence material, the aim being to
demonstrate the power of analysis
and creative ability of the candidate.
The Michigan standard of admission
to the examination is one of the
highest in the United States. Candi-
dates must show six years' combined
technical training and-experience with
legally quallified pra)t;itioners. The
drawings are judged by a jury of ar-
chitects associated with the Universi-
ty or otherwise active in the state.
SAN JUAREZ, Colombia-Colomnbla
has the smallest per capita debt of
any nation in the world.

terday in connection with the Univer-
sity motion picture, work upon which
is nrogressing rapidly. The meeting.
of the board gf directors' of the Alum-
ni association also was a feature of!
yesteVday's film, and last night scenes
were taken of 'the University, pep
meeting held in Hill auditorium.
Today pictures will be taken at the
Ohio State game and* work on the
picture is proceeding very satisfactor-
ily, according to Dr. Frank Robbins,
assistant to the President. Dr. Rob-
bins also expressed the hope that
whenever campus scenes are being'
taken the students will cooperate and
enter them, since one of the princi-
pal objects of the movie is to show
campus life and institutions.
The work on the inside scenes will
be undertaken after the outside pic-
tures are taken, it was announced,
since the leaves are necessary for
good 'outdoor scenes.
REILAND ADDRESS
TO BE POSTPONED
Announcement was made yesterday
from the office of Dr. Frank Robbins,
assistant to the President, that the
address scheduled on the fall series
of convocations to be given by Dr.
Carl Reiland, well known pastor,
would have to be postponed because of
the ill health of the speaker.
The address had been scheduled for
Sunday, Nov. 20, and the announce-
ment made is only a postponement,
since it is probable that Dr. Reiland I
will appear here later in the year.
No change in the remainder of the
program of convocations, which in-
cludes this year Newton D. Baker,
former secretary of war, has been
made.

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in many households waffles
that toothsome and nourish-
ing dish-are considered as a
treat to be enjoyed only occa-
sionally. This feeling, no
doubt, is a sort of left-over"
from the troubled hours of
the old time cast - iron con-
trivance for waf-fle-making,
with its grease and smell and

We are featuring this fall a supremely
fine Overcoat made of an unusual fabric
known as "'t. Rock Fleece''.
No other soft, fleecy Overcoat material

will stand such hard wear as this.

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ideal garment for motor, football game
and all-around use.
Smartly styled along conservative lines;
beautifully tailored and lined.

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The Electric Waffle Iron has chagcd
all that. Waffles of a delicio sS
rarely made in former days are
cooked at the table and served fresh,
hot and crisp. No grease, no offen-
sive odors, no walking about.

ANN ARBOR
AT 336 SOUTH STATE STREET

The Electric Waffle Iron runs on 21/2

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