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THEi MICHIGAN fDAILY,

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WODON 10 ADDR[SS ROCKEFEI'L R IN FLORIDA1
PHARMACY STUDENTSI

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Representatives of Phiarmiacentical
Houses To Speak At Prescott
Club Future Neetings
KRAUS PR~ASES PROGRAM'

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Ann Arbor Growvillr
yew Figurc's Prm -e
Following a Su (2y ct k tt':s
flii Various 5 local.sour Ices, it. i s i-
IatI~ed tha1Ut the pl'esent platUIion of
Anil Arbor is 28,49 ,. 'P'h i-igr rep-
resents a gain of V i ( ,r eels!over Ole
figures ann~ounced in Ithe last k-loral
decennfial celsts in 11)20.
The city's new iiihahitanl -for the
year 1927 are estimated to total 781.
Tldi. group when added to tb" popu-
lation of a year 'ago) a:md combineid wit Ii
the probable Uiniversity st udenit c n-
roliment willI tring the ppua tion0)
figures lo 37',000. The y ilincrease
estimate is twico~ that of 1 926 ,WhelI
the new inhabitants were listed at.
3F0.
The re iIVy is ha A on ;slat i5t les
giving the cit y's gain since the 1920
census in the factors esenI ,atoI
population growt h, including these
facts:

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Representatives from the leadlingK f
pharmaceutical houses of the countryI
are scheduled to address the Prescott
club, the organization of faculty,
and students of the Pharmacy school.
4At the meeting to be held next Tues-
day evening at 7:30 o'clock in room
302, Chemistry building, S. R. Worden
will speak on "Problems of Marketing
New Preparations." Mr. Worden is
the manager of marketing and adver-
tising for the Frederick Stearns com- :.
pany, manufacturing chemists of De-
troit.;::";
Robert J. Ruth of the E. R. §quibbs r. , ,.
company will present the program at.
the meeting to be held Feb. 14. Ile _________-_____ _____
will present two films on the prepara-JonDRckfleSr
tion of the biological products and the ot'DRoeeicSr
manufacture of ;cod-liver oil. On John D. Rockefeller Sr. once more
March 13 F. E. Bibbins will talk on in Florida, is snapped leaving the
"The 'Manufacture of Special Prod- Union church at Ormond, near his
ucts." Mr. Bibbins is a representative estate.
of the Eli Lilly company of Indianap-
olis, the manufacturers of insulin. SAN JOSE, Costa Rica-Special
This year's program is the most am- trains will carry passengers free of
bitious ever attempted by the Prescott charge to see Lindbergh here.
club, according to' Dean Edward 11
Kraus of the Pharmacy School. Itepubalican leaders in Wv'shlingt il
Founded as a means of bringing the are saidl to be its favor of (lipiligz
faculty and students of the school into jtax legislat 1011 Ibis se55ioll.
a more social relationship, the club_____________________
has presented this year a highly val--
ciable and interesting program, having TH_____ E RAE
brought some of the leading pharma-1
cists of the country here as speakers. j SUNIIAY -MONIIAY.

t''uI~ Thi I iiode, t iiliill1i511C in<
oP ii ciit iiofl 1)elnna rk xwildeliiver u
Ii :u'.a ciael'd ( rcat S 'cioc k, iAloa-
day ni.ght in thle Natual Si1' il-
oe isst n()A or s('Ve-al y "Indaioti
a <aOllu s :oftll : ihis lir, ! ;Ireolinii
. {1 is1(il'n11 5 ort hIle tioidly ill I tw
1 '('Io it o.' hedicine.
1' 11 ;'F Itiollde mtill tiihI{ 11from
I1*i~ (i o i I Jvi'idner, siaoxvilig how it
hi-s )een 1ost tle to impr]o(ve'talce
1:'n1l i o.01 111 people il l Delllnara >
;;(rough ('haige7 ill the national die't.
:le1 hasmad an illinnIsivye Study tii
. die Ii 'iti (f1the protein 11 miliuani ro-
Wh1ile I iI ct nre is intlended iiiaill-
t y or l il('ila IStudet~is, st 1(1idi 5 ill
hyxgielie, paublic lit alt Ii,,diet C ic., and
kindred ieilds, the pulblic is cordially
iUlviI c d t oattenid. -
All inchiaes of 111.1-
l chin~es. Our equip-
1the lest ill the state.Th re'iul1t of~
h'uel years' careful building .
10. D. MORRILLj
1 17 Nickels Arcade. Ph1one 661il.

Come in and examine
THE NE
shN
Prtable Typewriter
We are Ihaving a wonderful sale on this Champion of
,, l portables. "Everybody wants one." Anyone can
"Llickly learn to t e one. It is a time saver and time is
.honey.
i lhemes should be typed--Theses must be.
Rimer's P'en Shop
lAuthorizced PDeaters. Complete typewriter service.
v .-..:..: nWM.etrx S EYtMIYiI R I C E W1 1i

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Excess of births over deaths, nuni-
bering 1,700.
Increase of 35 per cent in the num-
ber of qualified voters. ~ .c u
Increase of 30 per cent in the num-DrG.4.W.
ber of children of school age. New treaties between the United
increase of 70 per cent in the num- States and the Nanking Nationalist
ber of domestic water services, government will be negotiated by a
Estimate from 0. 0. McLeish, 'secre- nwyapitdseilevyD.C
tary of the Chamber of Commerce, ofnel-potdsecaevyDrC
28,500 as the city's population at the C. Wu. Until recently he was foreign
close of 1927. minister of the Nanking government.

Joe Parker's Cafe
is again under the management of
MISS PARKER
With the
Same old excellent cooking

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Founded in 1908~, the Prescott c ul)
has functioned unobtrusively to foster'
better under'standing between faculty
and students. It meets once a month
with occasional dinners and Iwitli
speeches by men noted in the pbaria-
ceutical world. Local druiggists also
aid in giving the programs. At thle1
last meeting Mr. Walgreen, head and
founder of, the Walgreen 11mrg Store.
chain, spoke to the club.

KIN ''N TIN
"T'he NValley of Hell",
IFEIX ODDIITIES
Tues.-Lew Cody in
"ADAM and EVIL"'
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Fimdom's PFrim a onna
f PFep! invades AnnAro
I on w"W-atch Her Go!----W~a
AND THE LAUGHS

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PEPPY' SN A IPPY
FOR YOUR PLEDGE PARTY
Bernie Goldman
AND IlS
Michiganders
Call 8981--R.. Wax, Bus. Mgr.
ENTERTAINNG NJOYABLE

A non-stop flight of fancy that has society up in
the air and hands a wistful- litt~le waitress more
surprises than her Midn ght Lunch Wagon Hash.

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At COM ED1V ALA-li N{,' SERlVED AS
ONLY THE i'QI'EEN OF " R E I:t
C'OMEDIENNES (KNOWS 016W.

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