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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

iter- Library
oans Closed
F orHolidays
iversity Officials Find
Iuling Necessitated By
irowded Mail Service
iter-library loans have been sus-
ded by the University of Mich-
i Library during the coming va-
on period and, as a result, stu-
ts will find it impossible to bor-
books from other libraries
>ugh the loan service until classes
ime in January. This ruling was
id necessary because of the
vded condition of the mails at
time of year.
s in former years, students who
e books charged against them
required to return them not later
a Dec. 12. A special fine is as-
;ed on those who fail to return
r books before the start of vaca-
ermission for use of certain books
be granted to students planning
tudy during vacation who present
atisfactory application for this
'ilege to the superintendent of
ulation after Dec. 12.

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New h ish Chief
er frnraofth I .re sav.
AddrssiteacPres' hoto)
Professors Thomas Clarkson True-
blood. and G. E. Densmore of the
speech department will speak at the
seventeenth annual convention of
the National Association of Teach-
ers of Speech, to be held Dec. 27 to
29 in Los Angeles, it was learned
yesterday.
.rofessor Densmore, executive sec..
rotary of the organization, and Pro-
fessor Trueblood will be the only
delegates from the University at the
convention,
Plans have been made for discus-
sion with cinema experts of screen
voice reproduction and lighting, and
for a comparison of acting technique
on the stage and in the motion Pic-
ture, according. to a letter from Hen-
rietta Prentiss of Hunter College,
New York, president of the associa.
tiont

University Receives Valuable
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Papers Due Thursday
In Forestry Contest

A valuable collection of rare and
interesting books on microscopy, two
unusual microscopes, a number of
Majolica vases and two or three pic-
tures were contained in a shipment
received last week by the Univer-
sity as a bequest from the estate of
the late Mrs. Louisa Reed Stowell,
'76, one of the first woman gradu-
ates of the University and wife of
Dr. Charles H. Stowell, '72M, who
was professor of histology and mi-
croscopy from 1883 to 1889,
About 150 books are in the col-
lection, some bound journals, some
treatises on such subjects as botany
and plant physiology treated from
the point of view of the microscopic
student, and some early books on the
use of the microscope. One of the
latter was published in 1738. Another
important book in the collection is
a collection of the writings of the
Dutch scientist, Malpighi, published

I.JtP S . Iji 'Y tSS Topics of papers competing for the
Charles Lathrop Pack Foundation
in Leyden in 1668. The volume is Prize in Forestry must be registered
beautifully done, with excellent con- with members of the committee in
per engravings. charge of the contest before 5 p. m.,
Of the two microscopes included in Thursday, Dec. 15, it has been an-
the shipment, one is a fairly mod- nounced.. The papers themselves will
ern and usable instrument: the other not be due until Feb. 24.
is an antique one which Prof. G. Carl Fifty dollars is awarded annually
Huber of the Medical School, who to the undergraduate in the School
unpacked the shipment, declared to of Forestry and Conservation who
be at least 150 years old. It is a large writes the best article on some For-
instrument about two feet high, and estry subject of his own choosing.
consists of a tube containing the-__----------_--_----
lenses, a place for the slide about six of Michigan women before it was
inches below and then a large mirror founded. She was an undergraduate
about six inches below the slides. here when there were very few wo-
Most of the books will be put in the men on the campus, and she took the
library of the Department of Ana- initiative in providing social gather-
tomy, and Dr. Huber will take ch: arg ings for them and in organizing the
of the disposition of the microscopes. old Women's League which has been
A collection of Majolica vases, glass superseded by the present Michigan
goblets and cut glass bowls were de- League. A picture of Mrs. Stowell
signated to be- given to the League, was included for the League, and two
an institution which owes much to other pictures are to be given to the
the efforts of Mrs. Stowell on behalf Wesleyan Guild,

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On Your Trip Home
Don't Forget to Take

A MICHIGAN MEMORY BOOK
filled with Delicious
BETSY ROSS CANDIES
One Pound $1.00 Two Pounds $2.00
Betsy Ross Shop
in the Arcade

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THE FOLKS AT HOME~"

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Would Thoroughly Enjoy One of This Year's
MICHIGAN CALENDAR
It is the best ever and put up in artistic envelope ready to mail -- Price 75c

Receives
'om Amsterdam
in of the presence of
V. Bishop as a repre-
he University at its
h anniversary last
Jniversity of Amster-
.ented the Univerpity
oth volume bound in
rtaining 714 pages of
Dutch University and
faculty members and
throughout its exist-
: is written in Dutch.

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"Group Pictures
Fraternity, Sorority, Organization and
committee groups which are to appear in
the 'Ensian must be taken in January. If
the appointment is made before Christmas
vacation a wider selection of convenient
hours can be given.
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Photograph
Studio: 332 South State Street
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Dial 5031
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,'pe Forev~er

DON'T FAIL TO TAKE ONE HOME WITH YOU

WAHR'S

UNIVERSITY
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State Street

Open Evenings Until Xmas

Main Street

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Here are gift suggestions that you are sure to profit by
. ..let these places solve your gift problem

For the Most Important Qift

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DRUGS

KODAKS

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As Gay as
Christmas

JEWELRY

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CH RISTMAS
SUGGESTIONS

are these bright little turbans for
holiday wear. They range from very
dressy little models, ideal for dinner
dresses, to the fabric turbans which
go so well with tailored and sports things. $1.95 to $5.
If you're thinking of Christmas gifts (and who isn't)
we have some'lovely scarf sets that you're sure to like.

You'll find ideal gifts for men and women
here, as well as college and fraternity jewelry.
Remember the MICHIGAN RING, tOO.

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All At New Low Prices~00

The Roberts Shop

ARCADE JEWELRY SHOP
CARL F. BAY

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Eastman Kodaks and Cine' Kodaks

Foster s

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CANDY, 1/2-Pound to 5-Pound Boxes
NEW CUTEX MANICURE SETS
in the Leather Zipper Case
EVENING IN PARIS TOILET AND BATH SETS

Christmas

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Gifts

PIPES- -Ben Wade and Dunhill

Complete Assortment of Cigarettes and Tobaccos
Everything Electrical at Our General Electric Store
TOASTERS, CLOCKS, IRONS, etc.
We Want You-to Come In and Look Around
Select Your Gifts and We Will Deliver Them
on Christmas Day

213 S. State

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A Really
Good Gife

C ALKINS

-FLETCHER

If you've begun to despair of
ever finding a really good gift
for out-of-town friends

-qwwft 4msoL W --mr , lo," 10" L" r A " W-W

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