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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

su5N AY, OCT. 31, 1937

Japanese Horses Replace Chinese People In Bombed City

iental Clinic Visit' s a hbt is resumed during the
"checking-in" process when the in-
Brig rJoys Of Trips structor puts his final OK on the job.
At long last, you are free. Your
tASSemrbes mouth doesn't feel quite like your
own at first, but then the thought
(Continied from Page I that all the nicotine las been re-
has the added advantage of tickling movedtoccurs to you as you light a
your tongue. Now and then the em- cigarette on the way home.
bryonic dentist stops working with l-_--____
the drill and takes up his first tool,
the hard little scrapers.
The junior withdraws his hands On Your Way
from your mouth, steps back to ad-
mire his handiwork with a flourish to FERRY F I ELD
and pronounces the job almost com-
pleted.
He steps to his tool box and brings Bring your shoes
back what seems to be a hypodermic
syringe with a rubber tube attached.
Fright is unnecessary at this junc- to
Lure, for the seemingly vicious ma-
chine will be used to spray a mild
antiseptic on your gums. Pulling ,A
dental floss between the teeth brings !SM IT .S
the cleaning process to a close.
But you're not through. You are
confronted with an artificial set of SERVICE
teeth and gums which the dental
student uses to demonstrate the best 705j Packard at State Street
method of brushing one's teeth.
Your status as a disembodied den-=-

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Japanese army horses are pastured at the Kiangwan civic center (above), which has been wrecked by
shell fire. The building in the background is the museum of the once palatial center.

Pupis Ar CounsledT Choose 200 To Arrive
Vocations Instead Of Professions For Convention
The high school student about to ! choice by 75 per cent of a group of O f Farm Clubs

begin training for a profession was children of the professions, although
advised by Warren W. Good of the only 11 per cent had parents who
education school to alter his plans were engaged in those occupations. Iresitent Ruthven, Mayor
and acquire a skill, such as ma- T-lo Welcome Delegates;
chinist or tool and die maker. Au iorss fo Give Ir. Hnderson To Speak
Because professions are overcrowd-
ed, Mr. Good added, and high school '',
students are usually undecided in Lecture lO MllOl'YOW Delegates, expected to number
their selection of life jobs, there from 150 to 200, will arrive in Ann I
should be an organized effort by high Bertita Harding. author of "Golden Arbor tomorrow night and Tuesday
schools to acquaint young people Fleece" will talk on "The Power Be- for the state convention of the Mich-
with the possibilities of skilled oc-
cupations shind the Pen" at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow igan State Association of Farmers'
The extent of congestion in the in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Clubs, to be held Tuesday and Wed-
professions is apparent from the fact The lecture is being given for the nesday in the Michigan Union.
that four and one-half per cent of benefit of the girl's camp scholarship President Ruthven and Mayor
the male population of the country Walter C. Sadler will greet the dele-
is at present employed in professions, fund and is sponsored by the Ann Ar- gates at their Tuesday night banquet
Mr. Good continued. bor Zonta Club. and Dr. W. D. Henderson, director-
Nevertheless, he said, 50 per cent of Miss Harding was born in Nuren- emeritus of the extension division of
all high school students desire to em- berg and spent her childhood in Mex- the University, will give the principal
bark upon periods of training for law, ico and Europe. Besides following address. The University Men's Glee
medicine, teaching and other profes- literary pursuits, Miss Harding is in- Club, under the direction of Prof,
sions. terested in music. A short time ago David Mattern, will present part of
Recent tests show that children she refused an offer from the Mon- the program.
will choose a currently popular voca- terey Opera Company to' sing the Other speakers on the two-day pro-
tion, Mr. Good pointed out. This, lead in "Carmen" opposite Mexico's gram will include Rep. Earl C. Miche-
he said, is clearly exhibited in the leading baritone, Federico Flores. ner of Adrian, John B. Strange,
state commissioner of agriculture.
Sand Professors Preston Slosson of the
history department and Robert B.
Hall of the geography department.
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erate ability to play for pleasure
in a string quartet. Box 4. 147 -
DRESSMAKING: Alteration and
repairing. Expert alteration of knit
wear. Mrs. C. Walling, 118 E. Cath-
erine. Call 4726. 133
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.!
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
5244. 3x
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
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Phone Sam. 6304. 2x
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Diamond wrist watch. Re-
ward. Phone 7717. 124
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LOST: Oxford anthology of English
poetry and Poetry Primer by Saun-
ders. Call Kitty Morris. 3366. 146
FOR SALE
ENGLISH bicycle, new light, special
gears, pneumatic tires, double
brake, 2116 Devonshire. 142
ANTIQUE exhibition and sale. Harris
Hall, Nov. 4, 5 inclusive. Open 10:30
ann. to 10:00 p.m. 145
NOTICES
MODERN BEAUTY SHOP-Week
Special Fitch or drene shampoo
and finger wave with lemon ring,
50c. End permanent, $1.00 up.
ANTIQUE and Book Mart. 202 E.
Ann St. Sue M. Horner, Mrs. J. F.
Adams. 144_

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