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WAE TWO

T HE MICHIGAN

DAILY

FIDAY, JANUAR~Y 25, 11

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MELLON IS LIKELY TO CONTINUE
ALBAHNY-TRI AS HIS CHIEF IN HOOVER R
ILL ESTABLISH FU N 1. -....
O R LIBAADITION' .4

Medical Aid For All Since Health Service Is Remodeled

EGIME

Patients Are Astounded By
Beauty Of Up-To-Date
Establishment

New

INCOME ON MONEY TO BE USED
FOR PURCHASE OF OLD I
MANUSCRIPTS
WA$ SUGGESTED BY POND
Documents. Will Relate To History
Of Albany Section, Great
War Territory
,s the, result of a meeting held
just recently, the Albany-Troy Uni-
versity of Michigan club has decid-
ed to present a gift, the income of
which is to be used for the pur-
chase of photostatic copies, or
where possible, original manu-
scripts relating to the early history
of that section of the country with
the intention of making some slight
additions to the Clements library,
here. Although the gift itself will
not be presented until the conclu-
sion of the Ten Year Program in
1937, it has. already been received
or sanctioned on the part of the
University by President Little, and
on the part of the Clements library
by Regent William Clements, donor
of the library, it was announced
yesterday.
"Keypoints Of History"
Arguments in favor of the choice
of this gift as explained in a letter
from the donors, were that the sec-
tion of the country in which the
Albany club is located "was one
of the keypoints of the early history
of this country and that it was one
of the principal gateways to the
West through which the majority'
of the early migration into Michi-
gan passed. From a military sense
it was of the utmost importance
and many campaigns and battles
were waged to keep or to obtain
control of this section of the
colonial territory."
The suggestion was made by
Arthur Pond, of the Albany club,
who believes that emphasis must
be placed on scholarship and that
the collection of American history
at the present time in Ann Arbor
could be added to with a great deal*
of benefit. Ford Lehman, '00M, will
serve as chairman of the commit-
tee which will secure the pledges
from the members of the alumni
group and it is estimated that by
1937, the gift will amount to more
than $8,000.
Acceptance Obtained
In asking the approval of Presi-
dent Little, the letter from the
alumni organization says, "We do
not want to attempt to force down
the throat of the University any
suggestion which does not meet
with your unqualified approval.
There is one specification we would
like to incorporate in the arrange-
ment which should be taken up
with the authorities. directly in
charge of the Clements library. It
is the opinion of the club that
any manuscripts purchased with
the interest from our gift should
bear a designation indicating that
fact."
This gift is especially significant,
accrding to T. Hawley TYapping,
field secretary of the Alumni asso-
ciation, because it marks the first
attempt on the part of the smaller
alumni clubs to enter into the work
of the University Ten Year pro-
gram, and Will serve as encourage-
ment to similar small groups, who,
because all the projects announced
thus far have been sponsored by
larger organizations, have seemed
unwilling to add their little bit to
the program.
Cornell medical school and Yale
medical school each were left a
bequest of nearly three million
dollars, by the will of the late
Payne Whitney, financier and
sportsman.
Saior Gets

This, Tobacco
in Far Port
Buenos Aires, Argentine,
Jan. 4, 1928
Larus & Bro. Co.,
Richmond, Va., U. S. A.
Gentlemen:
Gm ma seafarer, and as such of course
travel quite a lot. Right now I am
in the Argentine, and am glad to say
that I can here purchase your beloved
Edgeworth Tobacco, of which I'm so
very fond.
It is indeed a pity that one can't
find this good smoke in every place of
the seven seas. While recently in
Germany, my home-country, I tried
in vain to come upon one of these little
blue tins. I'm not saying too much in
mentioning that I would outwalk that
famous mile, hunting up dear Edge-
worth. I dare say there is no other
tobacco like it, and am convinced that
Edgeworth cannot be improved..
Let me know when you contemplate
ceasing to make Edgeworth so that I
1ay lay in a goodly store to last till
I'm sevenit.

By Trumpie
Attendant with the "Athletics for
All" program at Michigan comes
the similarly developed program of
"Medical aid for All"
Due to the great demand for in-
creased facilities in both equip-
ment and space, the University
health service has had its entireI
building remodeled. This exten-
sive work includes the recondition-
ing of a whole floor. The cellar
is no longer the shabby dismal un-'
derground hole of dripping walls
and unevenly slabbed floor, but is
now a modern hospital unit, com-
pletely equipped.
The Buildings and Grounds de-
partment transformed an average
health service department into an
up-to-date hospital, establishment.

Moreover, the E. ind G. boys so longer as the cellar-or nothing
beautified the building that pa- very romantic connected with the
tients have accused the nurses of new lockers and dressing rooms,
administering drugs to them and
transfering them to another build-
ing while they were supposedly
"under." 1 N 1AT
Although there is nothing very L AN E H A L
beautiful about the new X-ray
machines that have been installed The choicest of
in the recently opened ground floor
-it is insulting to refer to it anyBr

yet colored walls, wicker furniture,
brilliant curtains and hangings,
flower boxes, and ferneries all add
their humanizing charm to the
renovated interior.
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Detroit Theaters {
CASS THEATRE
Beginning Sunday, January 20
"BLOSSOM "TIME"
Popular Prices-All Nites, $1.00
to $2.50; Sat. Mat., es5c to $2;
Wed. Mat., Best Seats, $1.50.

Lunch
Chicken Din
Dinner Music
By
Ben Lopez Trio

Dinner
ner Every Sunday
Special Rooms
for
Club Luncheons
Banquets

Mrs. Anna Kalmbach

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ILA

Three Days
Starting
Today

MMICTAM

Something New in'

Stage

Entertainment!

9

A Group of University Students Have Formed a Singing Band to
Present Songs of the "Big Ten" Colleges.

ILLINI SINGING

BAND

Secretary Mellon (L) and Treasurer Walter M. Woods.
"The Art of
the Films"

The Movie
Is the Thing

2:00-3:35---Last Times Today---7:00-8:40

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IT STARTS
.with action.....and finishes
with roars!

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and
NANCY
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A Paramount-Christie
COMEDY
"Gobs of Love"
ARTE & REAUTY

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COSMOPOLITAN OPENING
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SONGS OF THE "BIG TEN" COLLEGES
Not a Jazz Orchestra nor a Collegiate Frolic,
but instead a serious attempt to purvey Alma
Mater songs to every lover of stirring music.-
COME!
ON TIH E SFCR EEN-
The gods laugh when a
Babbitt makes whoopee.

BR

SEAR
He roamed the
seven seas, taking
his love where he
found it! Now it
came to him while
he was miles from
nowhere.wi th a ;i Il
lie had r e s c i e d
from t h e cIutches
of the law!

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'Old Wives Who Knew'
A Fox Comedy
Michigan Orchestra
Bob" Howland
at the Giant Organ
Shows Daily
2:00-3:00-7:00-8:45
Matinee Prices
10c -. 30c - 40c
Nights 10c-50c
SUNDAY
ANOTHER
,~. BIG
STAGE
UNIT

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