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April 03, 1928 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

BAIIR TO LECTRE I D Honorary Journalistic Society Planned

HRDIY F DI
Dr. Julius Baur will deliver a lec-
ture at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening
in Natural Science auditorium on the
subject of "Pathological Constitutions
and the Heredity of Disease."
Dr. Bahr is Privatdozent in Internal
Medicine at the University of Vienna
and a physician-in-chief to the Poly-
clinic located at Mariannengasse. He
has written several books on medi-
cine, pathology, and heredity. He has
also conducted many investigations in
constitutional pathology actingr
through inheritance and influencing
the endocrine glands, and upholds this
theory as opposed to the theory that
these glands in the individual are not
influenced 'by inheritance, but are
governed by the individual nake-up.

Members of the faculty of the students of the Literary college, with
Journalisn ldenartment are working members elected at the end of their
on a project concerned with the or- Ijunior year.
ganization of an honor society for According to those in charge of
professional students in journalism. If the project there is a great need
the plan materializes the society will for such a society, providing recogni-
be similar to the'Phi Beta Kappa for tion for scholarship for students of
CORNWELL COAL - COKE1
Scranton, Pocahontas
Kentucky and West Virginia Coal
Solvay and Gas Coke
This business has been growing ever
since it was established. The secret-
"giving absolute satisfaction to our
customers." We believe it pays to do
basiness in a friendly way. If you
think so too, let's get together.
CORNWELL COAL - COKE
OFFICE, CORNWELL BLOCK
Phones, Office : 4651-4552 Yird Office : 5152

journalism. One of the reasons for
the failure to form, such an organiza-
tion heretofore has been the existence
of Sigma Delta Chi, an honorary
journalistic society.
TYPEWRITING and
MIMEOGRAPHING
a specialty for
twenty years.
Prompt Service, Experienced Oper.
ators, Moderate.Rates..
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'7 Nickels Arcade. Phone 615.

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Tonight!
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first show, every man Iwill be
pr~esenited witi a numbered
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Train Service account Easter Vacationw
For the accommodation of University of Michigan students, re-
turning home Friday, April 6th, account Easter vacation, the Ann
Arbor Railroad will provide the following train service from Ann
Arbor to Toledo, protecting all Toledo connections:
Lv. Ann Arbor. . ..............10: A. 31. (V. T.) .M. Ann Arbor..............4:0 P. 1. ((. T.)
Ar. Toledo................ 1:10 P. 31. (E. T.) Ar. Toledo................ x:30 . P1. (E. T.)1 -
NORTHBOUND TRAIN SERVICE
Northbound Trains Nos. 51 and 53 leave Ann Arbor, 8:05 A. M. (C. T.) and 3:52
P. M. (C. T.) respectively, connecting with Grand Trunk, Michigan Central and Pere
Marquette for 'all principal destinations in Lower and Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
All trains will be provided with additional first-class coaches.
Would suggest purchase tickets .and check baggage in advance so as to avoid unnecessary
delay and confusion at train time.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
H. A. MILLS, Commercial Agent, Ann Arbor, Mich.
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can'tbe an,
all - around
without this
The activity man must
keep his health if he is to
keep his eligibility. Sensible

A new
Spting
Easter

suit is the greatest of
toningcs, esecaly
morning.

all
on

hit Itzwtrr

eating will

help -such as

Let us show you the spirited new
styles that will make you look-
and fee[-young, alert and smart.
Quality by
KUPPENHEIMER
Other Makes at $35-$40-$45
Mast"en & iiiChase.

breakfasts or late suppers.of

mom
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THE

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Corbett's

Collegiate Clothes Shop

Just returned from Chicago and Milwaukee, where I procured some of

the finest Suits and

Top Coats at prices for quality mer-

chanaise which has everything backed off the board for style, quality and price in the city.

Corbett is a wide awake merchant

and always en the lookout for his customers at all times.

Business is good and we ar e goinrg to make it still better.

We are going to offer you for Lastero5 -0
before your vacation one of the finest opcoats f

and 27.50

ever looked at in a
good many years.

We also offer you SUITS special made for us at $35.00 and $40.00

with Extra Pants Free

All the students know the quality, style and fit of Corbett's Suits. When Better Suits are made Corbett will sell them.

You can

always depend on our advertisements.

We do as we say ahd then some.

I have been extremely fortunate at this season of the

year to be able to offer you such fine merchandise at these prices.

White Broadcloth Arrow Shirt at $1.65; 3 for $4.50

Just brought back from Chicago one of the finest and newest mufflers which Ann Arbor has seen in a good many

years*

For

either gentlemen or ladies.

Also something new in Bath Robes, Ties, Golf Hose, Knickers, fancy

two piece Athletic Garments
above merchandise and SAVE.

with elastic top, called No Belt, something new

Come in, boys, early.

Get your dividend on the

It pays to advertise when you speak the TRUTH.

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