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THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1930

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Sets Minimum Cost
of Clothes for Men

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE HOLMES Chicago Asks FundsATO HIT
IS CONFINED TO HOME WITH COLD of New York to Pay
Off School TeachersDEFOBE CDNCRESS

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CHICAGO, Jan. 29.-Lawrence CHICAGO. Jan. 20.-The school Deman
N. Heppner, first vice president of board turned to New York today Acti
the National Association of Mer- for money with which to pay Chi-~I
Local Library Will Form Nucleus compliment of considering its de~ chant Tailors, figures that betweenge
chan Talor, fiure tht bewee £ cago school teachers and other em-
in Obtaining Material for tal school well past the stage o ploys.
"fuldamental furniture." The pres- $5,000 and $10,000 is enough to keep A representative of the school SEEK
ibliographies. ent plan is to continue to investi- the well dressed man well dressedIboard has been sent east in an ef-
gate and procure all the oldest for a year. The association is hold- fort to sell $54,000,000 in tax,
INEZ BOWLER IN CHARGE books concerning the profession be- ing its annual convention here. anticipation warrants which pre- WASH
fore attempting to catalogue the Here are the minimum require viously have been refused by Chi- is the su
Project Will Provide University knewer ones. In this connection, netss black coat for evening *.cago banks. pending
With Dentistry's First Miss Bowler has secured hundreds eressy f hg n -The city and county govern- mands a
Libraryof aged volumes, datng as far back nss type; at least half pe or i dozen sack. ments meanwhile awaited the out action :
Complete Lbayas13.ns ye tlathl o~nsc .: oeo ofrne ihte cti-' 0
The suits, in the new powder blue, gray n'mRelief committee to obtain dustry.
a I m any Seller Enli ted blue'and silver grmn;toneeottwo!btem
Michigan's school of dentistry is any S rs - biue and silver green; one or two money with which to meet their Early
again in the professional limelight. The work of assembling this huge morning coats; several pairs of past due payrolls. Silas H. Strawn, lation, t
Following recent honors which were assortment of bibliography and bi- striped trousers, two formal over- chairman of the committee, was toIBingam
conferred upon members of the ography has called into play al- coats for day use; one heavy win- return today from Washington. of Tenn
Uniersty acuty n tis iviionmost every book seller, collector and ter ulster; one medium weight town Th comte ha $2,000Mxi,
University faculty in this division'irr ntn ntdSae ndca fsm ouhmtra n The committee has $0,000,000{ Mexico, f
announcement was made yesterday available, the money having been es, may
afternoon, by Dean Marcus L. Ward Europe. Many of the early vol- one polo coat. g poffered by large corporations from I over the
DDS, of the Carnegie foundation's umes now in the University's pos-j Clothes for spring, Heppner said, funds aid aside by them to meet and mal;
bestowal of $6,000 annually for the session were bought at huge prices will be wide shouldered, narrow 12tds l lction of hi teed
btwaof$,0anulyfrtefrom foreign sources and are writ- waisted and with faily wide 1928 taxes, collection of which hasi tensive.
purpose of assembling bibliography ten in Latin, French, and many trousersit- wat nd hbeen delayed by reassessments. The c
and biography to be used as a basis ter LanuFe an mn "Tuxedos are no g r Mayor Thompson reiterated his be- the depa
for the development of a nation- ther lanaes. Illustraios inr "Tued. ar e formal," lief that the only definite relief powered
wide dental library catalogue. Miss thisomorhmancist nuripts for 9 he The fol dress i must come from special action by commerc
Inez Bowler, formerly of the school; one of the most interesting studies I for 1930 will be the full dress coat the state legislature. blame1
ofnforestryisincharge of the swhork in the long, tedious task of their in Oxford, very dark blue or black. crames
of forestry is in charge of the work aseby h I ue ascot ndten crashes a
which is being carried on directly ass e r Schools Benefited. The piue wt nd tAll matter is found to be made commiss
-Othe Schols euefted, white will be the thing'"
from the dental college building. Ohgr wil__threfrehav__h Oliver Wendell Holmes up of sonie 80 or more primary portation
Begun Last Fall Michigan will, therefore,a ce t e stroysutasubstances which cannot by avail-
Earl in the fallplanseremade ry'stcmpletelr in 'Destroy Bedbugs W ith Justice of the United States Supreme Court, who has been confined able physical or chermical process- Only 6
Early inthelprofession.FromthSr es be decomposed into simpler sity of
to begin a research of this kind un- Michigan report, the Pittsburgh in- Spiders', Jays Lorando to his home by his physician for the past few days as a result of his o e opier st
der the auspices of the Carnegie stitution plans to make up availa- { suffering from a cold. Justice Holmes is the oldest judge in the Supreme..__----------
foundation, and Michigan was-cho- ble lists of. potential libraries (By Associated Press) court. He will be 89 years old on his next birthday in March. He has
sen as the place from which the throughout various other schools. ATHENS, Jan. 29- Bedbugs, a
work would revolve. Throughout Several other colleges and Univer- plague of ancient and modern been presiding over the supreme court for several weeks in the absence
the entire dental world, according .sities have also been given research ]Greece, are the subject of a scien- of Chief Justice Taft, who is taking an enforced leave in order to
to Dean Ward, there is hardly a' money in this line, but the $6,000 tific treatise, "A Biological Method recuperate from his recent illness
single adequate library covering I annual donations to Michigan are of Destroying Bedbugs," by Dr. N.
every phase of the subject. It was the largest in the field. ; T. Lorando, chief physician to the - - ----- - - --- -...Oto of.o
the idea of cataloguing all books , Near East Relief organization and I to 50%/o discount on a
connected with dentistry so that I Man 1 0 Job hun the School of Classical Studies in
other institutions throughout the ; gAthens. IT TTTATNT P %T F

ds Being Made for Speedy
on on Air Legislation
Control Industry,
BLAME IN CRASHES
B II' "Vow Idiatli I
INGTON. Jan. 29-Aviation
abject of 22 measures now
before congress. and de-
re being made for speedy
n bills to regulate the in-
consideration of air legis-
rged Tuesday by Senators
of Connecticut, McKellar
essee and Bratton of New
following recent air crash-
set at rest an old quarrel
existing air commerce act
e federal control more ex-
Mief contention is whether
rtment of commerce is em-
and ordered by the air
e act of 1926 to lay the
publicly for specific air
as the interstate commerce
ion does for land trans-
accidents.
4 students of the Unive; -
Georgia's 1,664 are from
at es.
m overstock of
SPENCIL~LTTS

country could build libraries of Refuses to Grow Old In antiquity one of the charac- j
their own which prompted the an- ters of Aristophanes complains of
nuity. The work is scheduled to be CHICAGO, Jan. 29.-The age of bedbugs, but moderns are doing
carried on at Michigan for the next 1 Eli Hoffman of Peoria is 103 years. something to destroy the pest by'
five years, a total of $30,000 being When he begins to get really old, fighting them with the Thanatos
appropriated for this special ac- he said, it will be time enough to spider, which diets on forty bed-
tivity in the scientific field. think about the old folks' home. 1 bugs a day. The spider is not poi-
School Complimented. Right now he is too busy looking sonous and Doctor Lorando advo-
"Dental libraries," said Dr. Ward for a job to worry about his remote cates their introduction into old
in the interview, "are like Persian future. houses, inns, and barracks.
rugs. We outfit our homes with Hoffman spent Tuesday night at t
the fundamental furniture and the Oak Park police station, where I Seventy-five women of the Uni- I
then begin to add the polish." , he asked lodgings. He apologized, versity of California at Los Ange-
Research was put in the same explaining that ordinarily he would les were chosen as models by mem-
class by the Dean, although Mich- be working but that his arm was 1 bers of the Associated Women Stu-
igan's dental faculty has long been injured in a corn sheller. dents to display sportwear, Ftreet,
Amous for its extensive use of the clothes, afternoon attire, and
research laboratories here. In Railways of Switzerland have re- gowns for the formal evening oc-
choosing Michigan, the Carnegie; duced rates to industries and agri- casion, at the annual fashion show
foundation paid the University the culture. sgiven recently by the organ zayion.I

Hark To His Master's Voice. Saying
To UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
For Everything Musical
Radios:-
Majestic, Victor, Crosley
Lowest 4
TERMS Pianos:--r"OW140 M.to$*
to s. Baldwin, Kohier & Campbell
Play while Orchestral Instruments
you pay. Victor, Columbia, Brunswick Records"a
Records
ASK THOMAS HINSHAW, Mgr.
601 East William Street Phone 7515

Correspondence Stationery
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PADS, Etc.
Many of these items arrived late for Christmas. Rather
than carry over, we are offering the above reductions. All good
clean stock in first-class condition.
Shop early as the supply in some cases is limited. '
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