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September 23, 1941 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG

University Offers Defense Courses'

Cotton production in Mexico this A plan to encourage truck farming
Year is expected to be appreciably is being studied by the Government
above average. of Trinidad and Tobago.

high school graduates, but engineers
already in industry are also in need
of the work offered. Most of the
courses were instituted at the requestI
of industry and the military services.-
Engineering research activity has
a more direct bearing on Michigan's
contribution to the government pro-
gram. Under the direction of Prof.
e A. E. White, the Department of Engi-
e neering Research takes on contracts
from the Office of Scientific Re-
search and, Development in Wash-
ington, other government agencies,
and private companies.
With a total of $75,000 in grants
this year, the department is doing
work in the fields of chemistry, phy-
sics and engineering. Professor
White predicts work amounting to
$100,000 in definite defense con-
tracts this year and an increase in
research for private firms. Much of'

the latter activity will also have a
bearing on the present emergency.
This research work has also given
training to graduate students in the
field outside the University. Last
year 175 students took part in this
division of the department.
Even outside of Ann Arbor, the
University is playing a vital role in
the government's effort. The rosters
of nearly every department show
men on duration leaves. Botanists,
psychologists and many engineering
professors acting as consultants for
industry are among those in this
classification representing the Uni-
versity in actual service. Prof. El-I
more S. Pettyjohn of the chemical
engineering department is now at
sea as a lieutenant commander in
the Naval Reserve while Lt. Com-
mander Jesse Ormondroyd is on spe-
' cial duty in Washington.

SAVE at ...
THE SIGN OF

MARSHALL
CUT RATE
235 SOUTH STATE STREET
. . . at the head of Liberty
Street.

Phone 5933
WE DELIVER.

F R E EAN IDENTIFICATION
CARD CASE
Just made to hold your official U. of M.
Identification Card. Drop in and get one
at MARSHALL'S, 235 South State St.

DRUGS - COSMETICS

- TOBACCO

BEERS - WINES
STATIONERY -SUNDRIES

Cut Rate 365 Days a Year!

QF 1945.. ..AND OLD TIMERS!

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COSMETICS

TOBACCOS

235 South State Street

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at the head of
Liberty Street

"J'st Good Food"

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CIGARETTES

Feminine
Requisites

Revlon!
YES -- MAM
We stock the most
complete stock n
Ann Arbor! Make
Marshall's your Rev-
Ion Headquarters.

$1.00
Hinds Honey
rAlmorod
Cre
49
"Always the lowest
at Marshall's"

A

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for

50 Pad
Matches

We delver

4'21
On.

Ph. 5933

SAVE

27c

Kotex - Modess
Tampax
Meds - Fibs

9c

at MARSHALL'S
YES! We do Deliver!

Marshall's Stock

15c
Briggs
Tobacco

$1 .50()Dependable
Alarm Clocks
Rock Bottom Price

Takemin Style
Tooth Brushes
6 for 54c

Lelongs, Revlon, Yardleys,

Phone 5933

Shop
by Phone

Botany, Lentheric, Rubensteins, Mais Oui, Hubbard, Ayers, Old Spice, Friendl-
ship Garden and many other favorite cosmetics, perfumes and toiletries!

l

Pink Clover, Hudnuts, Cotys, Max Factors,

9c

$1.09

Oilskin
Shower Caps

Our Shopping Service by telephone saves
you many steps and precious minutes.
Phone 5933 Now and..
"SAVE AT MARSHALL'S"
Will not be undersold. "We meet or beat
ny competitive prie-"

LOOK

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Grass Bath Room
SLIPPERS
Terry Cloth

25c

Dr. Lyons
TOOTH
POWDER
24c

19c pr.
Men's - Women s

U. of M. Stationery
40 Sheets
40 Envelopes
33c

100 Tablets
THIAMINE
CHLORIDE

500 Barbara Lane
LE jAG
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21C
1000 for 39C

5C D$
SACE POWDER
19c CI,
sp1c o nul style 130K

Vit. B
1.0 mgr.

39c

Adjustable
SHOE-TREES

25c

Magnifying
MIRRORS

$1 Value Roller
TOBACCO
POUCHES

f 5c
Candy Bars
Gum, Mints

39c

49c

I

3c

Pocket
SECRETARIES

35 c Tube Kranks
Shaving Cream

Electrical Appliances
Toasters . . . Hot Plates . . . Flat irons . . . Hair
Dryers . . Coffee Percolators . . . Bathroom
Scales . . . Desk Lamps . . . Mazda Light Bulbs
... Plugs ... Fuses ... Extension Cords
Free to U. of M. Students
Yours for the asking -a Celluloid Case
leather edged for carrying your offic-
ial University identification card.
Step into MARSHALL'S Today!
We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities

50 Gaosules
HALIBUT
LIVER-OIL
29c

SOAP SALE!
LUX PALMOLIVE - IVORY
CAMAY -IFEBOUY W-wODBURY'S
'Oc Values 4 for 19c

Westdox
Alarm Clock
BABY BENS
$3.25

q Try Oul
FOUS d f fee 933
Orders oet 5Ot

iOc

9c

50c
WATCH
STRAPS
29c

Traveler's Folding
Electric flat Iron

Mazda Electric
LIGHT BULBS
10c- 13c- 15c
40-60-75-00's

$1.59

I

3-way Student Lamps
You can have 30-70-100 watt
by a twist of the knob!

$1,19

STAMPS

MARSHALL

CUT-RATE

DRUG

Cash Your

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