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October 25, 1929 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1929-10-25

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7_.IDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1920
COMPANIES OFFERTe
RESEARCH PR IZES

THE MICI IIAN DATLV

PAG E THREE

chnic to Appear FIRST EDIT IONS OF EARLY WORKS
Tomorrow in First ON SCIENCE EXHIBITED BY, LIBRAR Y
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Rare and costly books pertaining
to early science. many of them first

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English translation of Euclid by Sir

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040ress School Announces editions, form the material for the Henry Billingsley, printed in 1570;
Rules for Econiics Essay The first issue of the Technic, exhibit now being shown in the and Trigonometria by Henry Briggs,
f Conis Estudent publication of the engi- cases on the lower floor of the Li- who is best known for his work on
Contest. neering school, will be on sale to- brary. logarithms.
Announcement of prizes for *re- morrow morning. According The collection was arranged by Three editions from the collec-
search work and essays on econ- Edward R. Nell, '30E, editor, it will Miss Hymans of the Library staff, tion of astronomical material are
omic subjects was made in the be a special aircraft issue and willMisHmnofteLbaytatonoatroicl aeilae
businessadinistration school yes-feature Pro.Fe alr fisW.Pav skand embraces practically all the worth noting. They are: Robert
terday, although the contestants article, "Gliding at Michigan and sciences. Recorde's Castle of Know:edge, the
are open to all students. The Chi- Elsewhere." There are works on Spanish and first great English text on astrono-
cago Trust Company announced(
the Triennial Research prize of "The New Dornier Plane" will be Spanish American Mathematical my in which we find a discussion of
$2,500 for papers on business de- discussed in a story by Nell, and Sciences, Arithmetic and Algebra, globes; Astronomia Instaurata by
velopment and the Modern Trust Ben B. Linsdale, '30E, will have an Geometry and Trigonometry, As- Nicolus Copernicus, who is famous
Company. article on the "New Diesel Aircraft." tronomy, Physics, Chemistry, and for his theory of the universe, that
The second announcement was A section given over to news of in- Light and Electricity. the planets revolve about the sun;
made by the Simonds Saw and terest to architectural students is Under the geometry and trigo- and a text by the great Ptolemy,
Steel Co., of Fitchburg, Mass., for to be a new department of the pub-y
theEihhAv nometry group are found two espec- who lived fron 125-10 A. D.
onds Economic Contest. Two prizes, The Architectural Number will --
a first of $2,000 and a second of $500'follow tomorrow's publication, and J
are being given for the two best it in turn will be followed by Pow- C -
papers on The Federal Reserve;er, Automotive, Chemical, Marine, BRUNSWICK RECORDING ORCHESTRA
System and control of Credit. I Research, and Electrical. OF CHICAGO
- '__ Music nlayed with distinctive

Mitchell is Added
to Research Staff
of Business School
The bureau of business research
t of the school of business adminis-
tration announced the addition of
Harry Mitchell, '26 Bus. Ad. as re-
search associate yesterday.
It will be Mr. Mitchell's job to
' connect, through touch with out-
side business concerns actual
business practice with the princi-
ples as taught in the school. He will
enable the school to obtaince
material to supplement the princi-;
ples, and to get their solutions for
these problems. Most of this case
material will be published in the
Michigan Business Studies.

LANE HALL TAVERN
The Choc fWholesome Foods
Mrs. Ana Kaimbac

READ THE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS!

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between Bank and Business, thus insuring
the dcvelopment that wisely invested capital
always brings, owe much to these two com
maunity builders.

beauty and irresistible tnagne-
tism! Good times, and how-
come tonight and be a "reg-
ular."
Table d'hote Dinner, $1.50
Supper Dansant, $1.00
No Cover Charge Until 9:30
New, Direct Entrance from
Adams Avenue

Stock

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SARAAN
TULER

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IT'S A FACT-We have been forced to have a sale to make room for
inconing shipments. You'll see at a glance that we have more furniture
than we know what to do with.
IT'S A FACT-There's no better furniture made than you see
right here on our floors. Don't, for a minute, think that just because we
sell it cheaper that it's of inferior style, construction or quality.
IT'S A FACT-You can bring down less money and take back more
quality furniture than you could ever dream of. Why? because we
operate on close, cash profits, besides EVERY PIECE OF FURNITURE
IN THE STORE IS ATTRACTIVLY REDUCED FOR THIS SALE!
We thought you might need a few pieces for your room or apart-
anent and would appreciate an opportunity to buy at a saving. Keep us
in mind anyway we may be able to save you money later. It wouldn't
be a bad idea to glance at our advertisement Friday Morning, we often
times make a special buy and pass it on without penalty.

Farmers and Mechanics Bank

205 East Huron

330 South State Street

MICHIGAN JEWELRY
ALARM CLOCKS -
FOUNTAIN PENS
GRUEN WATCHES
FINE WATCHES AND JEWELRY
REPAIRING
HALLER'S
STATE STREET -JEWELERS

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UEmTH & CO.

A. S. Schmidt, Owner

Phone 6511

340 South State Street
for
Gilbert's Chocolates Huyler's Chocolates
Julia King's Candy Rars
Toasted Sandwiches

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OF MEN'S and WOMEN'S NEW FALL SHOES
IS ATTRACTING HUNDREDS OF CUSTOMERS
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Extra help for Friday andISaturday
Show'ng the Largest Line of Galoshes
and Rubbers

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