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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CA OTH S WILL Hostess to rice UNIVERSITY
E Entertain Stars NURSERY
TIIIP E Kiddie Cars and E~pr
W[TISI Part of Undergr
Curriculum
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TO FEATURE MINIATURE
F0R CITY'S 'YOUNGER SET'

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Kempers Will Discuss the Dutch
in Michigan on Monday's
Radio Program.
QUARTET TO BE HEARD
Professors Representing Many
Departments and Musicians
Will be Featured.
Prof. George E. Carrothers, of the
education school, will discuss "The
Child's Right to a Wholesome En-
vironment" at 5 o'clock this after-
noon from the University broad-'
casting studio during the parents'
program. Charles B. Ruegnitz will
be the vocalist on the program.
The Michigan University of the
Air program at 2 o'clock, Monday,
will include a historical discussion
i "The Dutch in Michigan" by
Garrett Kempers, of the history de-
partment. Geoge Poinar, violinist,
and Stanley Fietcher, pianist, will
offer selections.
Wesley Maurer, of the journalism
department, will discuss the con-
vention of the Michigan Interscho-
lastic Press association which will
be held in Ann Arbor during the
program Tuesday. Raymond Morin
will be the pianist.
"Infections and How to Prevent
Them" will be the subject of a talk
given by Dr. Herman H. Riecker, of
the medical school, Wednesday.
Sidney Straight will be the soloist
during the program.
The second of a series of talks on
"The Indians and Nature"-will be
given Thursday afternoon by M. R.
Gilmore, curator of enthnology in
the Anthropology museum. The
Mlidnite Sons quartet will be heard
on the program.
Dr. Frederick A. Coller, of the
medical school, will discuss "Can-
cer" at 7:30 o'clock Saturday night.
Prof. Arthur W. Bromage, of the
political science department, will
talk about the efficiency and meth-
ods of the present system of county
government, and Prof. Howard B.
Lewis, of the chemistry department,
will discuss "Dr. William Beaumont,
Michigan's Backwoods Physiolo-
gist." The chamber music class
taught by Prof. Hanns Pick, of thet
music school, will furnish the music
on this program.

L mig a crying neeafor a
nursery school built in the minia-
turistic motif, the University offers
to the members of the Ann Arbor
Younger set an institution in which
all the features of a modern high
school are incorporated in a de-
magnified scale.
It is not necessary for an under-

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' graduate of this organtization to
have his teacher help to wwh his
hands or to get a drink of water.
Apparatus has been designed in
7such a manner that he can do
these things for himself.
f..'- Miniature chairs, tables, book
cases, drinking fountains, a n d
av .Ysinks have been constructed with
a care to afford the undergradu-
ate as much comfort in conducting
his research work as the more ad-
vanced * and full sized graduate
Associated Pr ess VhotO suet
P hamiltonstudent.
Charming debutante, who has The Gymnasium of the Nursery
Chamig dbuane,. hoh. School provides a place to exercise
been appointed official hostess foreSho rvcsa lc oeecs
te932OlympicgmesiosA so that the students may keep in
te1es. 2 ye was r gaestly ostesst -shape for their studies. Nearly
gerengShe asrersentlyhosteston atwenty-five kiddie cars and as
the Prince of Wales aboiard the many express wagons allow ample
Berengaria after her presentation-

opportunity for any excess energy ry, Associated Pss>
to be worked off. BELOIT, Wis., Dec. 6.--Explosion
After exercising, to keep in good of a gas main followed by afire
condition, the scholars rest in mn- in the heart of the city Friday
iature beds so that they will be fit destroyed several sto es and caused
to carry on the traditionis of the damage estimated at mere than
alma mater by alert work in the $500,000. Policeman Lser hlehan
class room. was thrown throu;h a pate glass
window and severly t
.;O5E S STU T4 LEA E. The Webber M s C ru Co
'U11VE _;1' G' C' M'I-N! OTA- 1Universal groeC!y J.A
More thn 300 students have al- son's jewelry store were destro:ed
ready cancelled their registrations and only the walls remain of the
here because of lack of employ- E. L. Chester departm, tare and
ment. Perry's ice cream parlor
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to the British court.
G. J. Diekema, Miniter
Ito Holland, Indisposed
(By Associatd Press)
AMSTERDAM, Dec. 6.-Gerrit J.
Diekema, of Holland, Mich., Ameri-
can minister to the Netherlands, is
suffering from a stomach disorder
and is being attended 'daily by a
physician.
It was stated that his condition
was not serious and that there was
no anxiety. He suffered from the
same indisposition during his re-
cent visit to the United States.
Navy Man Favors New
Uniforms for Sailors
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6. - Here's
one navy man at least who thinks
the sailor's uniform is awful and
that something should be done a-
bout it.
Capt. C. S. Freeman, writing in a
navy magazine, said the word "gob"
would never have been applied to
the fighting seaman except for the
"e f f e m i n a t e blouse, barn-door
trousers" and flat-topped cap he is
compelled to wear.

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'TODAY, 5:30 to 7:30
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STYLE
MASHED POTATOES, CORN
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SPECIAL THIRTY-FIVE CENT
DINNER
ROAST LOIN OF PORK,
DRESSING, APPLE SAUCE
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Fruit Nut
50c a quart at the fountain.
The quickest and happiest solution of your dessert problem.
Froppers and punches for your dancing parties, made from sun
ripened fruit.

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Curb Service
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for all silks and oil restoiring solvent for all
woolens.
Pressing on Valetor Machines
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Spanish Pianist

CHORAL UNION
SERIES
Friday, Dec. 12
8:15
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Tickets
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Opening tomorrow at The
Mimes Theatre. The first All-
Campus Revue. Phone 4121,
extension 789, for tickets.
Priced at $1 and $1.50. Run-
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features, dances-in short-
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