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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE rf

WIL APPER
Y AS MONTHLY

DESIGNERS MAKE PLANE WITHOUT
STABILIZER THAT WILL FLY ITSELF

rterly Plan Is Discontinued
Owing To Progress Which
Magazine Has Made

WRITES FEATURE

Appearing for the first time in
recent years as a monthly instead
of a quarterly publication, the
Michigan Technic, official organ of
the Colleges of Engineering and
Architecture, will ba mailed to its
readers tomorrow.I

Examinations for the Phillip's
scholarships, offered annually to
Freshman students at the Univer-
sity, are to be held in a few weeks,
it was announced yesterday at
headquarters of the Latin depart-
ment. The date has been tenta-
tively set at Nov. 10. Both Latin
and Greek examinations are to be
held.
Two or three awards will be
made, depending on the general
excellency of the examination pa-
pers and the amount of money
available, it is announced. Stu-
dents may take both Latin and
Greek examinations, or only the
one in Latin.
Since this is the only scholarship'
available to first year students in
the classical field, there are usually
a number of applications made.

TYPEWRITER
REPAIRING
All makes of ma-_
chines. Our equip-
ment and person-
nel are considered
among the best in the State. The
result of twenty years' careful
building.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade Phone 6615
Want Ads Pay

High Grade Repair Service

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Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry

Great

Activity at

The change in policy being in-
augurated by the editors this fall
was attempted once before, some,
years logo, but was discontinued
owing to financial difficulties, and
a return made to the quarterly plan
of publication. The magazine has
made a great deal of progress, how-
ever, since that time and conse-
quently it is the belief of the edi-
tors that this change will prove a
decided success.1
Walter S. Gifford, presidept of
the American Telephone and Tele-
graph company, is the author of the
feature article of the month. His
topic is, "Does Business Want Schol-
ars?"
An article on "The Development'
of the Electric Arc Welding Pro-
cess" by A, R. Allard of the West-
inghouse Electric and Manufactur-
ing company is another feature of
the issue. It is spared the usual
tech-nical details and written from
the viewpoint of a layman.
Other articles are "Electrical
Prospecting," describing a new
imethod of locating ore bodies by
means of electrical instruments de-
signed for the purpose, and "New-
ton's Approximation" which out-
lines an easily, understandable
method for determining the roots
of equations ordinarily unsolvable.'
The college notes section of the
magazine is marked by a tribute
to Otto Pommerening, '29E, varsity
tackle, while the alumni news sec-
tions gives its principal attention
to the work of James MacNaugh-
ton, '07E.

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RABBI
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Nj. LEON
FRAM
will address Hillel
Foundation
An airplane without a stabilizer, one that virtually flies itself, has' Services today
been developed at San Diego, Cal. The new piano has no fin, but has at Lane Hall 4:00
a movable rear wing and a large rIdder The plane is shown above P. M-
in action. Insets, Don Hall, designer of Col. Charles A. Ldbergh's Everyone
"Spirit of St. Louis," and, right, W. L. Schult, builders of the new Welyome
plane. Below, rear view of the plane.
TYPEWRITING
Luncheon-11:30 to 1:30 60c
MIEMOGRAPHING Dinner-5:30 to 7:30. . . 85c
A specialty forD SundayDinner-12 to 2. . $1.25
twenty years.
Prompt service.. Experienced op- Weekly Rate, $7.00 Try it.
erators.. Moderate rates.
1 . Nick.s MORRILL THE TEA CUP INN
17 Nikels Arcade Phone 6615 wmpson St. Just Off Liberty St.

rom
306 State St

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Starting
Sunday

Another Program of Excellent Mchigan Entertainment

$50,000 worth of Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and Silverware
(the World's Best) comes under the spotlight of a sensational
selling compaign of two weeks duration-in an effort to sell at
least one half of our merchandise before moving. You may have
every confidence that whatever you buy at this sale will be de-
pendable as though prices were normal. The prices below are
typical of actual prices that prevail throughout the store.
1..
$3.50 white and green gold filled knives in beau-
tiful engraved patterns. Now .... ....4
Vanities, oe At Big
Saviugs
$3.00 VANITIES in $4.50 VANITIES - $6.00 VANITIES in '
w h i t e gold-filled rectangular shapes fancy rectangular K
quality, handsome- with c 1 o i s o n n e shapes, medallion
ly engraved pat- enamel medallion, ornamented a n di' ~ 4/%. 7;'
terns. Now and white gold- b ea ut if u lly-en-
filed case. Now graved. Now
$1.65 $2.85 $3.45
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at SubstantialReduetions
$2.00 ,CUNNINGHAM $8.00 NAPIER lighter, $10.00 CLARK lighter
ilghter, with gold fill- white gold filled and white gold filled or
ed and a guaranteed strictly guaranteed, leather bound. Now
lighter. Now Now
$1.60 $4.95 $6.75
A Super Value-Table Lighter 95
In bronze or White Gold Finish, $3.50 Value...... .....
Founta Pen and Pencil ets

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Headed by one of the most interesting,
absorbing and enthralling picture of the year.

His loved, one threatened by the
vengeanceo f his degraded mate
. . . driven to desperation to,
protect herr... a paroled convict
resorts to the strangest and most
unusual means to save his
daughter from ruin.
You'll marvel as the story is un
folded.

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-vand love alone defends .
Sinister shadows stealing into
sunny lives.' ?Fear enthralling....',;'1 ".,
reason. Vengeance. Weird, mer-.
ciless vengeance built on sacri *
flee, love and devotion. The great .
'love of a fathier for his child ..
dean ds the greatest contribu '
9aramount 9icture
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