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MICIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEM1BR 2, 19.9

REFO'RM- PLATFORM O0RDERED TO REST
CHSNB IN STATE MEETING, ,

FROM ISLE R(
~PTID C RIfl Michigan's Museum staffin
creased by three ycsterday morn-;
______ing with the return to the fold of
TaslUIAamIeltesStoie Dr. Adolph Murie and Paui Hickie,
Tasslo dam ReltesStoiesof the manual division, and the ad-;?
of Court ExperiencesdiinoWatrD neltohe
While in Orient. building's roster in charge of the
publications. Murie and Hickie
Telling of native life and cus- have been in Isle Royale for the.
tom, Tssio Aamcurtorof past three and a half months;
toms TasiloAda, cuato ofstudying the habits of wild ani-
Oriental art at the Brooklyn ml.- orals, with special attention toj
scum, lectured on the subject "Four those of the moose. Donnelly re-f
( Ya r att e C u t oft e S l a s - Java" at 4:15 yesterday after- ii
noon in Natural Science auditor- 111
zkuan. li

RETURN TO UNIVERSITY MUSEUM
2YALE AFTER THREE MONTHS' SURVEY,

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turns to Michigan after a year~ graduate of Michigan State Col-
with Scribncr's. HeI was a mnember lege and has been in Ann Arbor;
of the r'hetoric department prey- but a short while. Although few!
ious to his position with the pub-I specimens were brought back to
lisher and is a graduate of Michi-I the Museum, observations of anli-
gan. He received his diploma in; mal habits were gathered in do-,
1923. tail.
Dr. Murie. working under the su- ; Publication of the University's
pervision of Dr. Lee R. Tice, of the Museum's pamphlets, periodical
mammal division, received 'his' han~dbook~s, and annual report will .
Ph.D. last summer at the Univer- fall under the jurisdiction of Wal-I
sity. He has been with the Mu-j ter Donnelly, whose office has been
seum for three years. Hickie is at located in room 2035 of the build-j

ing. Suchi publications as th;?
"Herpetology of Michigaln", pub-
lished in 1928, "Recent WsidAii-
male of Michigan", issued ini 192,7.
and the first of the'series, p izut:ti
in 1925 under the title "Primitive
Man in Michigan", form the ai
for, future is now in prospeec t . UO
casional literature and rep orts NwiI
also be included in Doninelly's nw
position. The "Ark", official new>
letter of the MuI~seuim. isued
monthly, will not, however, fall in
this category, but will I), edited a:;
before.

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BY GILBERT T. SHILSQN Adam's lecture was illustrated
(Associated 'Press Staff Writer.) with colored slides and several
IONA, Nov. 1.-The Michigan reels of motion pictures made by
State Grange ended its annual y hiniself under great difficulties on
convention here Thursday with the the island of Java.
adoption of a platform. which As ethnologist representing the,
bristled with reform. An -anti-cig- Dutch East Indies government,
aret crusade, to "continue until the' Adam spent four years in Java,
fight was won," was promised, and1 during which time he lived in thej
a statewide law and order cam-' "' ' palaces of the various r'ulers on the
paign was advocated. Senator James E. Watson ; island. Living in such close relation
Aside from the reform pro- # O Indiana, who has been ordered; to the natives, Adam was able to
nouncement and an agreement !to take immediate rest to avoid a learn much cf their 4anners and
amhong the grangers to work in nervous 'breakdown. customs.
close co-operation with the Miclii- ________ . -.-- --*
gan State 'farm 'bureau, the organ-3
ization adhered closely to time-
honored doctrines. I
As it does every ,year, the con-
vention went on record urging a VHT-t t no e t : t el c h l
property tax; state aid to cut the TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 5
towering rural school and road' $ r'T~iU NISM ST 1NLMIJ
taxes; a survey to fix the true value
of farm lands for taxation pur- .. UIA L U
poses; return of part of the federal z EVER PRESENTED
income tax, and conservation
changes to benefit the farmers. All
have been accorded leading placesj
in every set of resolutions adopted "
by the Grange in recent years.
Fight Cigarets. I
Although 'the. grangers 'have con-
sistently insisted upon retention -
and rigid enforcement of prohibi-I
tion, they never before have goneJ A
so 'far toward a campaign to endj
cigaret smoking amonng womenI
and children. Under the leadershipI
of Mrs. Dora H. Stockman of Lan- -th
sing, a member of the state board SENSATION
of agriculture, the delegates com-
mnitted themselves with cheers to JO W
a policy Of "fighting iniquitous { 14 months ( 3 months Q 3 m1onths £ONIINEN~if
evil which is sapping teliebloiewYrls."so (4Ph1depi
of our boys teand boo Ngirls."n hiadlpi
Then they turned enthusiastic-! Prices.: Orchestr'a $3.00
ally to the business of adoptingBacn Fis ForR w $.5
resolutions along that 'line.B loyFi ou 3A$ 25
Second Four $2.00; Balcony $1.50
Would Ban Smoker.j
They first demanded that school MAIL ORDERS NOWI
teachers who drink and smoke must
be banned from the public schools.-________________________________________
An investigation would be required
to determine the high moral char- 1A E
asterAoL TheIAIL N N
acte oftheprospective teacher.
The resolption contended that in- ..NAoi ietopneIC '6A
asmuch, as state laws forbid the
sale or giving of cigarets to per-WILA FO ed
sons under 21 years of age, andaWILAFXp ees
require teachers to instruct the
young in the harmful effects of;
!narcotics and alcohol, "therefore, IY, '
be it resolved, we favor the em-
1ployment of no teacher who cannot
live up to the standards required j ge
by lw ofourchilren" ~-~- ~ -~. L~~MP
by awofourchlden

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BANKS
Ann Arbor Savin'gs....
Farnmcrs and Mechanics ...
BARBER SHOP
Dewey Smith........
BEAUTY SHOPS$
College Beauty Shop ...
DiMattia Beauty Salon .
Michigan Beauty Shop ...
Miladies Beauty Shop....
Raggedy Ann Beauty Shop.
Romona Beauty Shop....
Stoddard Hair Shop .......

-707 N'i
Nicke;
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.300 S
..340S%
...lichig
-209 . .1 1
..625 E,
... 7071N

BOOKS, STATIONERY? SUP]
Mayer and Schairer ..... 112 S+
0. D. Morrill ............314 Sc
Print and Book Shop ..... 521 E.
S. and S. Supply............ 305 M
Slaters Inc. .. .............320 &
Student Supply.............11114
George Waher's ..............3165 S
CANDY AND SODAS

(Cut This Out And Keep In A Convenient Place)
LAUNDRIES
forth University ': White Swaut Press Bldg., Maynard St.
1s Arcade r: Moe Laundry ...............204 North Main
Trojan Laundry ............615 E. Liberty
South University Varsity Laundry ............300 South Fifth
MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS
'outh State Browning, King Co...... .319 South Main
outh State Camnelet Bros. ...............308 South State
gan Theater Bldg. Conlin and Wetherbe........ 118 E. Washington
outh State, Tom Corbett ................116 E. Liberty
South University Del Prete ..................213 E. Liberty
~Liberty 71' Factory Hat Store ............ 617 Packard
forth University Fiegel's ....................332 South Main
'PLIESGreenwood & Kilgore ........ 324 South State
PLIES rMarquardt, Tailor ........... 608 E. Liberty
South Mvain Masten and& Chase... ,. ,....2 11. South .Main.
0oth State Miltons Inc. .......... .....119 South Main... ,.. .
Jeffero R. & B. Clothing ... ,.....214 South Main .......
'laynard.. Saffell and Bush............ 604 E. Liberty
e334 S. State, 549 E. U Thompson's .. ............ . 1107 South University
South University Tinker & Co................342 South,.State
iouth State Van Boven Inc. .............326 South State
Wadhams & ('o............. 109 E. Washington
Wagner Co. ................303 South State
Is Arcade * Wild & Co. ................. 311 South State
southi Main
outh Main MARKET
Annt Arbor Dairy...........118 W. Liberty
E.Washington - Arbor Springs Water....... 4th and Catherine
Greener Dawn Donuts .............. 216, E. Washington
outh State Forest Ave Market........... 530 Forest
south State Liberty Market............ 416, W. Huron
Liberty V MUSIC
iberhStat University Music House. .,.... Maynard at William
on uilSinte Choral Union Concerts.......1-Hill Auditorium
u ~REAL ESTATE
n and FourthA. S. Lynden ...............3012 Ypsi Ann Bldg.
a an Forth.-.Brooks-Newton .............. Liberty at Fourth
.Ann RECREATION
iron near State Mullison's Stables......326 IL. Ann
tState H-uston Bros. Billiards........ 307 South State1
z Unvrst Saunders Canoe Livery.......FLoot of Cedar

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Betsy Ross...............
Sweetland .. . . . . . .
Preket, -s Sugar Bowl....
CLEANERS
American Dry Cleaners..
American Rug Cleaning ...
Camelet Bros ........... .
Goldman Cleaners ....
Greene Cleaners.....
Michigan Cleaners .......
Oswald Katz, Cleaner..
University Cleaners ...... .

.Nickel
212 S5
...109S4
.215 1
...1032 C
.308 S
.214 S
... 516E.
...523 E
...814 5
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1arkable apocaIng, rom nce co edy dr ma at Nod
HEA AN SE TH ARY-NvYFOO AETALL
.EDITH1GRIFFITH & OU. OR U1E ARES1

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COAL
Cornwell Coal ......... .Hurot
DANCING
Armory .. . ..........2 23 E
Grangers................FE. Hs
Michigan Union ............ South

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DEPARTMENT STORES
Goodycar Co............... 124 South Main
T. R. 'Klines & Co...... ..... 306-308 South Main
Mack & Co. .........Main at Liberty
Montgomery Ward & Co...South Fourth near Liberty
DRUGS
Calkins-Fletchecr...........'324 & 818 S. State. 1101 S. U.
Crippens Store No. 3.-. .. . ..North University at Thayer
Eberbach & Sons............ 200 Fast Liberty
Edsill Drug Co. ........ . .. .208 South Main
Graystone :Drug ..........1217:Prospect{
Swift Drug .................340 South State+
ELECTRICAL AND RADIO
,Arborphone Sales ...........521 E. Liberty
Ernst 'Bros. ................. 210 South Fourth " .;
D~etroit Edison .............. Main at William
Stimpson Radio .........,.. 521 E. Liberty
FINANCIAL
Brown-Cress & Co...... . ... Main at Huron
Merrill Lynch & Co.......... First National Bank Bldg.

RESTAURANTS AND TEA ROOMS
Boat Club.............. ... Whitmore Lake ...... .
Clarks Tea 'Room............1110 f South University
Freeman's Dining Room ...... 809 E. Washington
Forest Inn .................538 Forest
George's Restaurant .........61;1 E. William
Tap Room.................Michigan Union
Lane Hall Tavern ........... State at Washington
Palace........4............. 601 E. Liberty
.Parrot .....................338 South State
Pierce's Restaurant ... ....118 E. Liberty
R. and S. Lunch. .'.'......605 Church
Miller's Potat-O-Chips........224 South State xf

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THE LIVING SCREEN PRESENTS

SCOOLS
Hamilton Business College..State at William
M4ack Tutoring Agency ..... 310 South State
SHOE REPAIRING-
A. T. Cooch & Son .......... 1109 South University
SHOE STORES
Alexander Inc. ......,....324 South State
Burton's Walk-Over Shop....... 115 South -Main
Campus Bootery .......,..3 04 South State
Kinney Shoe Co.............. 17 South Main
L. and B. Shoe Store ......... 620 E. Liberty
J. Murphy Boot Shop ......... 9 Nickel's Arcade

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50 Starswith
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FLOR ISTfS
Flowerday & Son . .
FURS
F. L. Greenbaum ...
FURNITURE
Chas. RWuerth & CA--

,.609 E. William .~
443 Spring St.
.113-115 E. Washington

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GRAVEL
Itillins Gravel Co.,

5 Kresge Bldg.

GIFTS
Art and Gift Shop ....
JEWELRY
Carl Bey . . . . .
Burr Patterson & Auld...

%S.PORT GOODS
George Moe ...... Northd University, 902 State
WOMEN'S GARMENTS, AND FURNISHINGS
Collins Shop ...... ....600 E. Liberty
Fashion Shop................201 E. Liberty
Goodyear Co. ........124 South Main
Kress Stores ................115 F. Liberty
Kline Stores ................ Main, near Liberty
Mack & Co................. Main and Liberty
McKinsey Hat Shop.......... 227 South State ,
L7. F. Mills Co. ..............118 South Main
Rubley Shop..............83'Nickel's Arcade
Vogue Shop .........221 South Main

.1218 South state
16 Nickels Arcade
.t03 Church

H-allers......... ........... ..235 South State
Schlander and Seyfriedi....... 304 South Main

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