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March 09, 1934 - Image 2

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-A oCW* cci Pres. Pn'to
A romance like a fairy tale of fifilon came triue today with the
wedding at noon yesterday. of Sigvard, prince of Sweden, duke of Upp-
land and gracndsonj of the Swedish kind, to the beautiful Fraulein
Erika Patz, 2,3-year-old daughter of a BEerlin industrialist.
In taking his commoner bride at a e gistry uffilee in, the heart of
busy Londoi, the U(-year--old prince- li6ke Lennart,,his .cousin -aban-
donied his )ricely ri hts for a romantic union with the girl of his

Dissertation Concerni*ng Wart

'administration of arsenic and mler-
cury either by mouth or injection. As
these drugs are very poisonous, their
administration should be under the
control of a physicion. Probably X-
ray for the warts involving the soles
and the use of the electric needle
for lesions occurring elsewhere on the
body represent the most satisfactory
forms of treatment, the report con-

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I 1 o er
H'r P laem ent ;As Su }r enis lTu rnTo .Ecotinmtcs
Ma r1k I?.7Groups I, II-4 pm
Fv~ i or Leal By RALPH G. COULTER political scence, 19; Latin, 16; psy- Groups III-4:30 p.m.
---- -- Of all the 31 departments in the ,chiology, 13; geography, '10; GermanIGop V-:0pm
Dr. 'Ptrdoxu Reports A 30 literary college, to the economics de-1 six; Spanish and physics, each five; _______
partment went the distintion of at-I undivided romance languages, four;
Per Cent Increase For j tracting the greatest number of jun-E landscape design, three; bacteriology, Thief At Liquor S w
193 ve:13 ios and senors in the first semester biology, fine arts, geology, and phil- Plc
over under the new cncentr anon program osophy, each two; and botany, min- Mips 100 O e
The uccss f te UnverityBu-requirements. according to statistics Ieralogy, and Oriental languages end
compiled last semester but made pub-; liteaturies, each one. No students had CIAO ac . . ~oe
reau of Appointments and Occupa- ;lie for the first time ye'sterday. Greek, ?yet begun concentration in four de- body tole $1,000 wvort h of xkre liquors
tional Information in finding the strangely enough, had not a single partments, including, besides Gxrek, today from the National Wine and
rgtmnowoa toflscolfollower. anthropology, astronomy, and Italian. Liquor Show, despite the presence of
and college- teaching positions has in-T
creased from approximately 50 per Forty-nine of the 426 pursuing de Nomr rcntfgswl e 100 guards and_ detectives. It was
centin 930to 0 pr cnt n 133.gree programs in various branches of aalbeutlsm ieltri
centin 130 t 80 er cnt i 1 3. 'the semester. Prof. Daniel L. ;Rich, taken from the roof bungalow of the
these figures are revealed in the re- the literary, college were in economics ietr fcasiiain. si ete-Sema.Htl whereapa e
Iport of Dr. T. Luther Purdom, direc- This was 11.5 per cent of the toa dayIwapn ots wshl atngt
tor of the Bureau. 1 Close on the heels of the leadier were wrpigcnetashllstih.
Heavy reductions in educational !4.fenh wih 5,ad<i.ty wt
staffs during the past year through-'.t
out the country caused a decrease in At the time the survey wa s made R fjJY
the number of calls on the Bureau 721 students, having 60 or more h.ours !_______________________
to 408 last year, but the record of of credit, camne under the new re-AN~
150 per cent of placements established quirement. Thirty-four of these had ASSFLANTED
i1929-30, the first year of the Bu- not yet been admitted to candidacy WANTED: M N'S OLD AND NW
reau, was bettered by 30 per cent. by any adviser, while 170 had en- ATbVi""P+f suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 do-
Because te positions offered were tered on the combined curricula with 1 1 lars. Phone -nn Arhr 4r3Qr. Ci-
largely in the higher levels, calling for Ether schools in the University, and! Phone 2-124 Plnce advertisemena Wth cgo 1 uers. Temporary office, 200
greterexpriecealuni ookthe91 were concentrating in onze of the C'la, lied Advertising eptnent= NrhMi.5
greate cxpeience alumn tookthe ITh clas ifledci ouxnsclose t,five NohMin
greater number. three major groups in the literary + 'lok prevoiu to day of insertions. - = °
Thusflesoanofcdeo college. Box Numbers may be secured at no - FOR tRENr
"Theuseulnss f anoffce evo- ( extra charge.
ed to the placement of university orj Future lawyers and doctors were Cash in Advance-tIc per reading line FRRN:Nwydcr~e om
cle e ga u ts a d au n is df plil in eie c s 69 i th le-I (on basis of ftv, average words to FO DE T ,Ne l:d o Ftd r om
initegy provuendath uexpeincefterainlaw crrideculan 6in the t line) for one or two insertions for men. Steam ,heat, show ',bath,
initly rovn b theexpriece f trs ad lw crriula nd 0 i th 10per reading line for three or more. 42 . Washington, Also furnihed
the past few years, despite the fact letters and medicine testified. Letters Inisertons. 4
Minimumn three linespr insertion. apartment for young couple,.ith-
that it was a time of radical nar- and business administration was third 'eleplioneti ate-l S per reading line for out children. 426 E. Washington.
rowing of the employment field," Dr. in this class with 38 degree students, one or two Insertions.
4c per reading ine for three or more Dial 544. 373
fPurdom said. letters and dental surgery had two, Isertions.
and letters and nursing' one. 0 discount If paid within tn days, OIF
"A wel-established bureau of this from tfte ate of last inserion. NTC
inld Ias permanent connections with Group III, the socal sciences, led Milnilun thee lines pser nsertan., - - - -
far mnore educational and business in- the other divisions with 41 students y onae, per line 2 lines daily, one: BUY 7JW AN USED .asR ,OMU
intlL ......................$e FINANCE C. 31. W. 1Qn i.01
stitutions thani any individual can) concentrating there. Twenty-eight 4 lines E'OD, 2 months ...... e
hvadinoaaspstosaewere in Grouip IIthephysical s- 2 lines dly~, college year ..7; 13,13,191,13,oes 2
avndinoffr anpoye r aencs n42 nGou llngae ine.Ly, .13,college. year 133.13,.93,1907oel.,2
aailable, can ofe1nepoe tecs nd2 nGopI agae 00 lne used as desired.....c WHAT -25c will buy at Campus Din-
suetor alumnus chosen on the, and literatures. t 301 lines .lsed as desired...S Be~,61 hrh tet
]tdet, 000 lns used a desired.'e ing Ros 1 hrh tet
bais of merit and special fitness." Amnong the incdividual (deartmnits, 2,000 nies tiled as desired...6 Home style cooking, luncheon, and
-_"the six highest, led by economics, Tibe above rates :are per :reading line, dnesu-etvgtlds
based n eight reading lines per inch of dinrsopma, etbls e-
aFrench, and history, had well Over 7z point Tonic type, upper and lower ser, choice of drinks. Special rate
i~ e p u l i l50 per cent of all students colen- eae. Ad: 6c per line to above rates for by week. Sunday special .full-
n .e. il iriaall capital letters. Add .6 per lie to
tratinlg in separate departments. Fol- ab.ove for 'gold face, uipper and lower course chicken dinner, 35c. x76
i f lowng istoy crne athmatis, 7, cse.Add 10per line to abov rates for-.
'21( English 36, and Sociology 35. __o____ae__aptalletter. _TAXICABS
Below 30 the departments ranged LUDR TAiXI-Phone 9000 Seye-asne
JnAer ___y ____ _______
5*gradually downwarid, wth journalismn ____ cars. Only standard r4tes. lx
and chemistry tied at 23: Speech and PERSONAL laundry service. We ake _____ _.
- ..... I general linguistics, 21; zoology, 20;I individual interest in the laundry ARCADEM CAB. ial 611. lrge crn-
LIMA, 0., March 8. - (iP) - A -- problem ofour.customers. _._is' fortable cabs. Standard ates., 2
threat of a jail delivery hung over T 1.) sls, w olanGiniaric s '.r-.2
a courtroom today as silent Harry H eCalthi iR eiort anzteed. Men's shirts our specialty. #
Pierpont, pal of John Dillinger, facedCalfraddiv.2-4859. WA LN ER H J
a jury that will decide whether he .ICall for11 nd.dHoo ver. 23'7,594.xT I~ i]A H
rshall live or die. Show s nise I laundyowor k 9x& HAYES
A jury was completed Wednesday W Oyu ludywrkfroe
nih t ryPe~ot woi acse ~ ~ fD etta half the usual price. 'Phone 2-3739. Members
of ben h tige a" h 8xN New York tockExchiange
hepdbe the despaDln"-h ____ e ok(ui Ascae
helpedlibrt the e sperante iln -- LAUNDRY 2-1944. Sox darned. Detrot Stock Exchange
grfo thAlecony jail Oct. 12 The February monthly report of Careful work at low price. 4xY
and shot Sheriff Jess Farber to death. the University Health Service shows ACCOUNTS___ ___CARR______D
I Trial Judge E. E..Everett disclosed, a marked increase in the use of the ACU T ARE
that a letter had been intercepted new dietitian service which was in- UCON MARGIN
predicting mlysteriously that Pierpont stituted a month ago, Sixty-two such : W UJ
h d t o o h r Dli gr h nfm n "ipott et ee m d ,o hc 4feld for trial, Charles Makley and or more than half were with new Daily Matinees. 15c Investment " c~yss.
lRussell Clark,? would be freed before patients. abl-etrPrga -StiiclIoragas
the trials are over. The cases were distributed as fol- -Dube-eaurrrorametaitical inrmai &
t Pierpont was brought to court lows: 10 for sensitization diets, 24 for I TI LLI E AND Gvenmn, uncpa
manacled and National Guardsmen reduction diets, 24 for high caloric W .FED Corporation Bonds
kept watch for suspicious persons, diets, one for smooth diet and one ALISON SIPWOR TH Unlisted Stcks
l -- - ~interview about fraternity menus.an
Hubr oB Scedd Other data showing the use of the and f
HuIetT eScedd service for the month as compared" MO " Inquiries Invited
ByGovernor's Attorney with February a year ago ae as fol- VITOMO Y 34BhiB., eri
e lows: I34Bh lg.
DETROIT, March 8- (Ml - Ferris Dispensary calls increased from Ra 5530
H-. Fitch, who has been Gov. Coi- 8252 to 8305; infirmary patients in- m"~- Ann Arbor Trust Bldg., Ann Arbor
stock's personal attorney, will assume creased from 132 to 139; hospital pa- READ TM D LAILY A-A z-3221
the probate judgeship to be vacated tients decreased from 33 to 19; men- CLASSIFIED ADSI
by Henry S. Hulbert, veteran Wayne ta hygiene interviews decreased from = ______________________~__________
county jurist. 1,327 to 1,267; X-ray examinations -
Judge H ulbert tendered his res- in r a e+ro<0 o 30 ; p y i __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ ___ __
ignation to the governor Wednesday. therapy treatments increased from y j
The resignation will be effective on 634 to 651; and the number of pre- - i
March 24, at which time Judge Hul- scriptions filled increased from 1011 -_______ ____
bert will become vice president in to 1182. ______
charge of the tr'ust department of AcuersprtryifctosstydNW! DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM !
teNtoaBakoDeri.constant at 866; acute appendicitis, CHAS. BICKFORD I BUCK JONES
increased from five to six; contagions :LO1IS MORAN I ,,,pn. w ,;

Ruler. Of Orintal State decreased from 14 to two; pneumonia "Me I Iler 1 bdden,
cae nrae rmtot or n e n HrTo Marry A Commoner medical examinations for Februaryi
SAGN ohnCia ac -entrants decreased from 205 to 148. Lif" ira "
R}P - Emperor IBao Dai, youthful I__________________________________
IEuropeanized. mom'4Irch of Annam, H nrSse a - --~'----s
has chosen a commoner for a bride.Ho rSytm a-
His engageen tto Miss Yuen Hu NwryeOf Trial R IE ALAU
Hao, daughtei'o a wealthy Cochin- N wt IEALA U
Chinese family, was announced to- IPresentls
day. The wedding will be March 20. Because of infractions of the honor
Bao Dai succeeded to the thi'one of system during the Mid-term exam-
Annam, small French protectorate, inations, the Student Association of i l'r.
eight and one-half years ago. the University of Alabama has de- U l U ~ ~ t
_________________cided to try a new method of trialP '* de C a

Michigan ranks among the ten .
universities selected by fellowship re-.
cipients for advantced research. This
report is based upon the list of 427
scientists who have received National
Research Council fellowships since
1919. These are granted annually to
outstanding scientists to enable them
to carry on advanced research in the
fields of chemistry, physics, and
The universities, which have been
chosen after the statistical evidence
was compiled, are as follows: Prince-
ton, 90; Harvard, 77; California Tech,
72; Chicago, 51; California, 34; Mass-
achusetts Tech, 24; John Hopkins, 15;.
Yale, 14; Wisconsin, 10; Michigan, 8.
Students 'Prepare Charts
For Economics Courses

ously a sterile filtrate of wart ma-'FWorking under Prof. Shorey Peter-
erial and are therefore thought to be son of the economics department a
mused by an ultra-microscopic or- group of students, who are being paid
anism called a filterable virus. They, with FERA funds, are preparing a
tso have a tendency to disappear series of charts showing changes in
spontaneously and this has led to' the price level in the United States.
riuch speculation in folklore as to Explaining the variations in the pur-
reatment. chasing power of money most of the
Medical Attention Advised charts ,are being used for Prof. Leon-
Because of the contagiousness, it is ard Watkins courses in money and
dvisable for the individual to con- credit.
cult his physician as soon as the first One of the charts shows graphically
vart makes its appearance and thus the behavior of prices since the war,
revent the development of subse- pointing out the rise in prices during
uent lesions, according to the re- and after the war, the depression of
rort. Treatment consists of destruc- 1921 with the following rise, the
on of the wart either by chemical minor depressions of 1924 and 1927,
auterization, the electric needle, X- and the catacylsmic decline after
ay, or radium, and of the internal 1928.

Two First-Run Features
b~orothea' Wiec~k
Baby Leioy


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A daring saga that every worn-
and will love, one to move the
heart of every man.


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