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October 22, 1931 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAIFEY

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SITY GIVES
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u~cation School Has Advanced
Classes in Nine Different
mid-higallCO c .
'ie courses in education in nine
erent Michigan cities are being
!red by the School of Education
ug~h the University e~xtension

held for two hours
ghout the semester,
for University credit,
amount of credit to
sough this source to-
ion is limited.
th'e education school
ereing the courses in
mmand for an advanc-
Rseach in the Sec-
Curriclum" is being
rst tim~e in th~e region'
ut Cadillac, Traverse
nisee. Meetings are
,ely in these three
he direction of Pro-
.Carrothers, W. H.

HOLDSCONENTIO
American Ornithologists' Union,
Guest of University Museumi
of Zoology.
Two sessions of the 49th Stated
Meeting of the American Ornithol-
ogists' Union wereh eld at the zool-
ogy museum yesterday.
Dr~A lexandler G. Ruthven~ opened
the morning session by a speech of
welcome to the bird organization.
Other speak~ers at the morning ses-
sion and their subj ects were: Myron
H. Swenk, University of Nebraska,
"Present Status of the Whooping
Crane"; Norman A. Wood, Museuf
of Zoology, "More Data' on Harlan's
Hawk"; William I. Lyon, "Gulls and
Terns of the Great Lak~es"; John B.
May, Massachusetts Department of
Agriculture, "High Lights from some
Western Parks"; and Bradley N.
Patten and Theodore G. Kramer,
"The Early Bird."
The afternoon general session had
as speakers: W. J. JBreckenridge,
U~niversity of Minnesota, "Courtship
Performances of Canada Spruce
Grouse"; Harrison F, Lewis, "Duck
Production on the Pre-Cambrian
Shield"; A. M. Bailey, Chicago Aca-
dlemy of Science, "The Haunts of
the Golden Eagle"; and Alfred 0.
Gross, Dlowdoin College, "Glimpses
of the H{ome Life of Birds Along
the Canadian Labrador."
The Conservative session heard
Canuto G. Manuel, University Mu-
seum of Zoology, "Relation of the
Common Tern to the Commercial
Fisheries of Saginaw .Bay"; Elon Hf.
Eaton, Hobart College, "The Starl-
ing i New York State"; W. Bryant
Tyrre'll, "Notes on Whitefish Point,
"Mich."

CLOSES ERTI SING

NOTICE
SALESMEN to. sell attractive Men's
neckwear direct from. the manu-
facturer to consumer. Students
preferred. Apply in person. daily
till 6:30 p. M.
UNITED NECK WEAR CO.
1010 Farmer Street
Detroit, Mich. 179
ANY intelligent person m~ay earn
good income corresponding for
newspapers; all or spare time;
no canvasing; send for free book-
let; tells how. Heacock, 410 Dun
Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y. 50
FOR RENT
514 E. JEFFERSON, near campus-
2 large housekeeping rooms. Also
double room on first floor. Phone
4593. 176
FURNISHED APARTMENT with
private bath and shower. Also
double ,and single room.,. Steam
heat, shower, garage. Dial 8544.
422 T~. Washington. 1899
FOR RENT-2 single rooms. Rea-
sonable. 507 S. Division. 186
HOUSE-5 rooms; Intramural 1-2
block; redecorated; easy to heat;
modern; large porch; yard. 7683.
a 184
Exchange
A NEW modern residence in South
East section that will appeal to~
university purchasers. 4 bed-
rooms,.,26 ft. livingraooli, very at-
tractive exterior and interior.
First floor rooins all specious

with modern kitchen. Large fin-
ishecd recreation room. Rear lot
contains beautiful pools and rock
garden. Can be bought for better
than $3000 less than cost. Easily
financed or will consider ex-
change of smaller home. Phone,
3378 noon or after 6 evenings.
* 185
WANTED
STUDENT LAUNDRY WANTED-
Called for and delivered. Phone
4863. 150
IDEAL DOES IT BEST-Laundry
drop box at barbecue, opposite
Angell Hall. 178c
AUTO LOANS--efinancing. 516
First National. Phone 22001. 156
CARES OF CHILDREN wanted by
responsible wife of student.
Phone 4802. 1831
WANTED-Student laundry. Also
bedding. Reasonable prices. Soft
water. Call for and deliver. Tele-
phone 707-F31 after_ 5:30. 53
LOST
LOST-Delta Chi Fraternity pin.
Finder call Jane Mcoreedy, 22217,
188
Bank Run Gravel
S$1.00 e'er Cubic Yard
KIL L IN S RAY)(EL
COMPANY
'telephone 7112J

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The genuine sat -
faction of pleas
ant service and
t ast y food is
f ound at the Par-
rot.

On cool
our m idta
noon lunch

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days
fter-
beck-

-tere are many special
seafood dishes on the
menu of the tavern to&
morroww'a special fifty
Cent Jnceon an4 an
equally special Slaty
cent 4inner eachtclay,

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practical
.asized lby
;te Creek
1Hygiene

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agter of Calles
.tirts on Horneym~oon
dEXIO CITY, Oct. 21.. - (A) -
,eisa, cdaughter of former Pre-
ent Plut4arco Elias Calles of Mex-
and her husband,, Dr. JosephM;
dan Eller, of New York, were on
it honleymioon tody and prepar-
to Peave late this week for New
rk rom where they will sail for
,ppe.
'he~y were married Tuesdlay night
ore a, gathering oft govrnment-
political, diplomatic and mili-
y personages. Gen. Cales, Mex-
's "iron man" who recently was
ed from retirement to direct the
atiorn of the country's financial:
1culties, gave the bride away.
the, was the second .of his daugh-
to marry an American.

ons you to the
Parrot are A jper --
fect Atmosphere.
"ervice and
Attention" is our
motto.
"The Parrot Speaks'
For Itself.-'
SOUTH
STATE

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