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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COMMITTEE ELETE
ToSTUDY EDUCA TOTION
Dc)m u Wli Hne5 A ;tpoiiited ('lii rian Of
(CricuplITo Studiy EeI; mIeutairy
School Ii ll15
TO SUGGEST NEW PLANS I
Dean Allan S. Whitney of the School
of Education has recently been ap-
pointedl chairman or a committee
which will make a study of pre-
school and elementary school meth ods,
anid make, suggestions. for the new ele-
mentiiary school unit which is to be
,kdded( to the' present University high
schl building.
Also appoin~ted to the committee
were several men and women connect-
ed with many different branches of the
University. These are Dr. C. E. Badg-
ley, D~r. Cyrus E. Sturgis, Dr. Albert
IV. Barrett, Dr. Carl I). Camp, Dr. Wil-
liamr C. Trow, and Dr. John P. Par-
s~sfrom the School Hof Medicine;
Prof'. John F. Shepard,,and Prof. Wal-
te.,, D. Pillsbury :rom the department
of psychology; Doris Twitchell, assist-
ant1 in Bureau of University Research;
Geii . Carl J-Iib r of the Graduate
School; and Shirley Titus of the
School of Nursing.
This committee met with President
little at the beginning of the week and
organized for work. The individual
members will make suggestions for
the curricula to lbe usedl when the new3
unit for pre-school children is institu-
tedl in the new building, in addition to
advising methods for the elementary
unit.
The varied fields of the different
members of the committee is in keep-
ing with the recent findings made by
D~ean Whitney concerning pre-school
age children.
Osteopathic Physicians
Dial 5669
Dars. Bert and Beth
H aberer
338 Maynard Street
Specializing in Feet
-THE RAE_.
-Now-
IGeorge Arthur I
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?Tunnel To Connect Spain With Africa SAME TRAFFIC RULES AS FOR OHIO
I il i ommunication W ith Colonies GAME TO E ENF9 CED TQM11ORROWI
g ~Pr eb iaI ' mne traffic regnia these lights te1 t oi ia
tions ill bt, o,; crved this Saturday fic away f 1rom the stadti'ln.
s at the Oio Sat game, Chief of MYore thi, 5,00 vi-siting cars were
Sday. A ltl al uoR 90 ttraffic officers are Iest traffic jproblem vr('i onin
c Xpocl ed to 1;. ava un i e on Saturday, the Ann Ai, ,;r police for(-e, riad the I
I hlr°I p l orce lyi-ig ()ne t hof iial1; o:-pr)1- ei t to v its li
ti by iroinDetrit, lyck satisfied w iththe ay i", hict i(
u >I son, a ad ToJ lo, as well as b a proilemn'Iwal(,olved.tThe main La
5pca1totj (tci owhich aided iiliti ta~:.,i). v' ssoilit fort
;.y$fpolicemenll of the traffic situation W :i tile' anner'
epeeatvsof the Detroit Au- in which the police htad iv'ideth(,1OeI
I tmoil (lii eeat+ctd$1,000 worth. of city into (disricts ill such .a way ' hat
sign., for the Ohio game directing ca' e naprtclr(ie- o
Kautoists to the parking grounids, andshudpr iliit'taI (U11'
these will not be removed until after !shulprk _iti__________~ tii< >
____________ _.______ontst.__toftwn_ i c -rcalcdocopywith ,the j+GUw'LTHE APPOINTED
rt >regulations forniuiated by the At hletic
1 P/lassociation acid approved by c;ity of- TO TR ST ES I
,icials for larlking cars; and Annt
Arbor resiidens are reqJuested to leave rClF.uthAo(itIiiC .
their automobiles at hone (luring the tor of Anthropology ha s ju t r-'eod
:"game. notice of his appointment to the'le T aid
IMain street from Packard to theofTuteofhe1lsu anLb
TAQ/~9 R 7~ Istadium will be closed to parking as
F'G/$ TH1Qoratory of Anthropology located at
5 WAI F&'6R~~7~/~will State street from Hloover to the
Union. Afterl the gm l rfi Santa Fe, NA. 'iThis is a new or gnu-
- ~lights will be stop~ped, and anl officerj ization, listing anion; its officrs the
Will be stationedl at each corner where leaders in the field of anthropology.
If present plans materialize, Spain will be linked with Africa by a tunnelAN RO - -Inetae - T1E(
under thie Straits of Gilbralter, as shown by the above. When completed, the N ItlR-inesae - - OLD
tube will be 18 1-2 miles in length and will cost approximately $34,000,000. $1.25 one wiiay.,$225 round trip
Communication with African colonies will he -greatly enhanced by means of
the tunnel accommodations. Kil,( Alfonso who is pictured in the insert Leave Ann Arbor Leave Toledo
above, has expressed himself as being in favor of the project. Trhe famous City Pharmacy Interurban Station
rock is shown at the top. 8 A. M. 12 Noon 8 A. M. 12 Noon
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Parisian Academy of Dances
'Talnitig for sla'e, iiiid r the 31Manageinenct Of
Y 8. ST'IlOWS- :25 s'. " .'iti Ae. Ann Irhor, Mich.
I'lioiii'7997
~('lI;I [LEOF VLASSES<1
i A '.For Ba'let'.,;;(tI!1c. Toe. ('Iaraetei', (Greek
6 .; elan sic' 11, Sp 11' htIp:aiw'iitg, .and Train1ig for
sercel. Iegi' r llhzedzyand 1111Thursday
eve., 47u''cloc _, a iid Saturdfay :C l. in. Advanceed:
4 Al G u°( cck .Iailv <<'cxeept saturday and Su11{
day. rofess1iwnal :AAt 3 o'clock dilly (except
TAo S: Oti l pe' we':e, tem ~of P10 wees............. 41.00
0 j4v55-jij ('t('h 1:trm of 101 weecs..............40.00
Thrfe lesons each wee 1'11rnio I1) weeks ...1,4)0
il i o6j1'' 1 [4)f1191; ;I. U,40 Three"- iont It...............100.00
CINhir-ell: Wednesdays atf5,0atI aturda~s atl 2 p). Ii.
One inonfli'((4!leeks) 12.1%X; 1 onth1 s$34.
Notev: Enroll at :3ny3 t lie. ~do open all day. Partial paynents
arran1 zd. lrivv,, lessons at . any=; tim1En ,Q1Solos:tind[complete ballets
staged. All1 -lasses of Cla.ssic (1:11c-s !under Ante1. ti'aliolpe ('arissle.
Also: E xercise for he alth1. or lai 11s1(ndgelellen.( lasses
Sed1nesdayL 1111(1,Ft i"yI 1orniiig, t11 ) o'clock. $10.40 per monthl.
B~ o :S 6 alli-ro i!g ('lassev-s: Tued 7:is nid Thiursday afternoon,
ft, 6 and ei cunll: S I') 9. Under thlree Prliai xpert instructors.'
Nico>, lene, anld .ie1haise. 1'riots : Case,10 lessons, $10.
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Goodniess gracious. Here
are those Navy fellows
again. Of course we're gla'd

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to see 'em
good fighters
dressers, too.

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We must admit though
our Oxford Grey overcoats
have got an edge on that
deep sea o 'coat which the
service men wear and which-
was de gned b1y F'Jrragut3
chief navg*iat-u,, 'e hear.
(Its a shame hie wasn't the
navigator of the Maine). Of
course, our Oxford greys are
lacking in gold braid and
frogs, but then up here we
don't wear frogs-we eat
em.
There's a chance these

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SOME FELLOWS who have

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do hope they won't out-,
smart the Mich. dressers.
They won't of course if you
visit
Thomp}son s
South-U
P. S. How 'bout gloves.
We got pig, deer buck and
kid, f$3.50-$5.00. You'll

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designed and made by' TAILORS that DO
KNOWHOW.
Hart, Schafner and Marx
YES, SIR-FELLO WS,

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