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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

pilation to 1} made of a large amount
RESEARCH FUND APPROGPRIATED BY R I E TS ofrmaterialcoltedby l f Hnr
IS U ED HIS YEAR F O SE EN P OAE TSment i regard to student personal-
tvy. Professor Adams has beenc~foI-
--sc orietReevsPrinteeect~ oni o f h rd eti~iver a long perioil of time cer-
1 a i dat a coneerned «With. the traits
Of F tuadsFor Futr Rsear c ptct ate school, and President 11 tcn of student personality.
Oil Spec ra Of Crisses Cook Little, with D~r. Frank RosiihiiiI Thhi inmation awaits comjlila-
as secretary. t ion in order to be of practical use,
s ALLOTMENTS ARE SMALLI The most significant work urder'- and the allotment from the research
_______taken wil) money from the fund is fund will ;permit the hiring of cleri-
A large number of uses have al- the promnotion of research by thej cal heip for the conmpilation of the
ready been found for the $30,000) fund physics d -al ment of further invesL:-'results that have been olbtained.
igation of t101rai. This research has Trhe thi-d ipurpose to wVhich the
app~ropriatedl by the iRegents last be noors o eea er udhslenprilyalte si
/ eri fsvrlyasiudhsFcnprilyalte si
spxring for the promotion of research anwl included.r research into the various the apportijonment of a small sum
at the University, according to an spectra of ga s,,es. The allotment from with which to secure photographs of
announcement made yesterday from the serh fund for this purpose certain ostraki from Egypt. The os-
the office of Dr. Frank Robbins, as- will enlalie the purchase of instru-, traNki are hits of pottery which con-
sistant to the Priden~~it, ments and the continuation of the l ain writing, and while it is impossi-
Though this is the first year in research whith unbroken continuation, ble to stduy the Egyptian original,
which the fund has ever been availa- according to Prof. C. F. iM~eyer and the photographs are for the practical
1)1e for such work, already seven pro-j Prof. IV F. Colby, who are in charge !purpose., of scholars here just as
jects have been financed from it. The of this research., good, since they showe all of the char-
committee which has charge of ap- Aids P'sychology Ileseareli
propriations from the fund includes Another purpose to which the mnon-

actors of the ostraki and a.re in no
danger of fading.
A, similar appropriation has beenl
made from the fund for the secutrinig
of photostatic copies of certain rar-,
manuscripts which Prof. Louis Bred-

cord(ingto ilhis otline li' wil- at
t.emIIpi to tilow s- om e : I liht on 1( l theTlE } I aliE1' O n l
ures in this scho0o. Lossthan on11"-
fourlh of the apliantsoradiso
l' ot the" ~eicl aoare 7now1'ac-:

void of the English department de- W epLd
sires to investigate. These originals; Prof. K. C. Meuryxa ranfoed
(?ate hack to the time of lDrydenv, anet funds from tihe rsac oe o
the photostatic copies, w hich are corn- ; use in com piling in ainii orderI l y p ri i e y iforsv ,f rn smuo -, h a a h at e e i i.
prortunity to studly the oiiginkl. prac-j economic survey, a part of wh ich h
tically without: securing it. :carried on this unne. he infor,,a -
A fifth allotment was made for the tLion rega rdirn gOgema \\ county is in;
purpose of employing an expert to possession of thice departmnent, but e
!draw illustrations of scientific arti- !yet there have been nio facilities for
cb'Ils, and to make diagrams, for thej organizing it inito practical form.
courses in natural history. The ttudy I A study of the average Englishlie
Llof such subjects is impossible with- !by the general public, now being maide
,out the use of diagrams. ' by Prof. Charles Fries from the rec -
! Will Make Investigation orrds of the government during the
jAnother purpose to which the fund I war, was assistedI by a small ap~pro-
-will be nut is the study of the various' priation.
,Icauses of success ors failure of the
I!students who enter the liedica ii THE RAE:=====-__
school. Prof. Clarence Yoakum will
.1carry on this investigation, and ac - - \O-,-
I "Blazing9oDays" I

I Hot Noonday
Specials
'M 11:30 to 1
~Drop in for a quick lunc
13ETSY ROSS SHC
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Parisian Academy of Dances
MTraiing for Stage, unider the 311anagenient of
3-111e. Calliope (1,harissie
STUDI)OS -325 So. nth Ave, Ann Arbor, M~ichi.
-sa Phone 7997
SCHIEDUL1E OF CLASSES
n f For 13alletes, (Classic, Toe, (Character, Greek
classic, Spa iiish D~ancinig, and 'traininug for
screen.14-eginners: Tuesdays and Thursday
eve., 7 o'clock, and Saltrday, 3 p. in. Advanced :
At 6 o'clock daily (except Saturday and Sun-
day).' Professionial: At 3 o'clock daily (except
Sunday).
ItATES : One lesson per week, term of 10) weeks ............. $ 24.00)
Two lessonis each week, term of 10) weeks............40.00
'Three lessons each iiweek, term of i10 weeks .......... 60.00
Four lessons eachwek term of 10) weeks .......... 75.00)
Daily, per moutllh, $10.00; Three months ............. 100.004
Children : Wednesdays at 5, and Saturdays at 2 p. in.
One mnthii(1. weeks) $12.0; 3 months $350.40.
dote: Enroll at Aimy time. Studios open all day. Partial payments
arraniged. Private lesson s at any time. Solos and complete ballets
st~aged. All classes of Classic dances under )lme. Callippe Charissle.
Also: Exercise for health. For ladies and. gemtleihen. Glasses
Wednesdays and Friday miorning, 11 to 12 o'clock. $10.00) per month.
Never too late to learni.
Ball-room ddancing Classes: Tuesdays anid Thursday afternoon,
5 to 6 and evening, S to 9. Under three Parisiani expert instructors.
M~co, Hlelene, and M~arie Charissle. (Prices: Classe, 14) lessons, $10.
Private, 10 lessons, $20. Per lesson, $3.00
WT HE TL

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Bedspreads, $12.00
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Nickel's Arcade

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