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Calkins Drug Co.

Two Stores

DON'T

FORGET

mens stores'"in

the

city, drop in and see the

324 So. State and 1123 So.University Ave.
For Best Results bring us your Kodak Finishing.
Experienced men (no boys) do your work here.

To Get Your

Sheep Lined Coat
And
Patricks Mackinaw

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SUITS - OVERCOATS - HATS
CAPS and FURNIS INGS.

DEVELOPING 15c

PRINTS 3c to 5 each

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Uniformity of Standards Great
Virtue of Canadian Education

Wadhams & Co.

Nickles Arcade
State St.

Cor. State and
Washingtons Sts.

When Is a Gift Problem Not a Gift Problem?
When a person knows it has already been solved at
The Hutzel Shop? It has scores of dainty things-
blouses, collars,ties, silk underwear, kimonos, handbags
jewelry-that one may decide upon for Christmas Gifts!

Main and Liberty

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Clifford T. McIntyre, '17E, writes onj
"Canadian Education" in the sixth
article of the series of eight about
that country.
A comprehensive discussion of Can-
adian education would require more
space than I am afforded and I will
limit myself to a brief discussion of
the standards of Canadian high
schools and universities.
One of the great virtues of Cana-
dian education is its uniformity of
standards. This uniformity is made
possible by our high school systems.
The courses of all secondary schools
are divided into upper and lower
school work. Art, biology, physical
geography, spelling, writing, reading,
and arithmatic must be passed before
the student is allowed to proceed with
upper school work.
The upper school work cannot be:
disposed of in single groups of sub-
jects, but the entire secondary school
course of 12 subjects must be carried
through the last two years with pass-
ing grades. That is, a failure in any
one course requires the repetition of
the entire term's work. Thus every,
student appr'oaches his final examina-
tions on an equal footing with his fel-
low students.
The final graduation from the upper;
school subjects is made under the sup-

ervision of the university matricula-
tion board. This board is composed of
representative heads of the various
Canadian universities. It sets, and
controls the examinations on the high-
er subjects, the passing of which
means the graduation from any high
school and the entrance into any un-
iversity in Canada. Michigan and most
American universities accept the pass-
ing of these examinations as credits
for entrance,.without further examin-
ation.

MODERN BARBER SHOP
332 Slate St.

1. P WUERTH CO.
New Day Light Store next to Orpheum

At The

A Particular Place
for Particular People.

FRANK C. BOIUCH, Prop.

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Your Floral Needs==
Are BEST SA iISFIED By Us
PR-ONE 115
Cut Flowers Flowering Plants
FLOWERS FOR DECORATION

The failure of Canadians to realize
that thgre is not this uniformity of
educational standards in the United
States has led to a loss of respect for
American education. The Canadian
student who has been unable to pass
his matriculation into. Canadian
schools is often admitted into Ameri-
can colleges. It is the common opin-
ion in Canada that $100 will buy al-
most any degree in the United States.
The Canadians of Michigan are doing
their best to demand respect for such
institutions as Michigan, but always
find it difficult to explain the com-
plexity of American standards.
Such strict requirements as Can-
ada observes may bar many capable-
students from professional training,
but the advantages of this system ar-
gue strongly for a standardization of
requirements.

Learn To Typewrite
with
8 FINGERS
and
2 THUMBS
And Without Loolcing at
the Machine at
Hamilton Business Coll
State and William

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Electric Auto Heater--Keeps Your Engine Warm
Costs very litle to operate
Washtenaw Electric Shop
The Shop of Quality
It its not Right we nake it Right
Phone 273 200 East Washington St.

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1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.

WE GRIND EYE

GLASS

LENSES
IN OUR OWN SHOP

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STATE STREET JEWELERS

The
Cyc-Corpus Juris
System

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PUBLISHED BY
The American Law Book go.
27 Cedar Street
NEW YORK.

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1k COLLARS
are Curve, cut to fit the.
shouldprs erfeety v ,,Z
Ckitt, feabody &Co-ln u.Nakcrs
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Sigma Nu, Sigma Delta Chi, Sphinx,
and Griffins.
He attended the summer session but
was unable to resume his work this
fall. Reid intended to take his degree
in the Medical School.

CRAFTSMEN TO CONFER DEGREE
Oyster Supper to Be Held for Mem-
bers After Meeting Saturday
Members of the Craftsmen, student
Masonic society, will confer the third
degree for Golden Rule lodge next
Saturday eVening at the Masonic
temple. A business meeting and an
oyster supper will be held immediately
following the work.
All members of the lodge are in-
vited to attend the meeting, at which
time the report of the committee on
a Masonic play will be read, trips dis-
cussed, and several other questions of
importance considered. Petitions for
membership in the order will be re-
ceived..
Every master Mason is invited to
witness the conferring of the degree,
and members of the team which
worked at Detroit are requested to be
present in person or notify one of the
officers.
ADD ADDITIONAL CARS TO
SPECIAL VACATION TRAIN
Additional through Pullman cars,
will be added to the easterners' special
vacation train that will leave Ann Ar-
bor next Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 20.
The cars 'will be switched from the
Michigan Central tracks at Buffalo to
those of the Lehigh Valley railroad,
and will leave Buffalo on Lehigh Val-
ley train number two at 11 o'clock
Wednesday night, arriving in Phila-
delphia the next day. Reservations
may be made on this train by men at
the Union, and at Newberry hall by
the women. A saving of more than
$2.00 will be effected by purchasing
tickets to Philadelphia on the special.
The train will leave Ann Arbor at 3:30
o'clock following the Wolverine east.
University officials stated yesterday
that students will not be excused from
classes next Wednesday to make the
trip home on the special trains. Ab-
sences will be recorded until the hour
that school closses officially, that is,
until 6 o'clock Wednesday evening.
Estimates on painting, paper hang-
ing, or any kind of decorating, cheer-
fully given Phone 237, C. H. Major
& Co. tf
Flannel Shirts made to order. G. H.
Wild Company. Leading 'merchant
tailors. State street. tf

THE YELLOW SPIDER

I'm the Yellow Spider,
Champion and derider,
Hovering in each room,
Over every walk,
Hearing every talk,
Seeing sun and gloom.
Heard on the First Day
"O person, who' sticks up his feet,
Way into the back of my seat;
My coat's getting muddy and torn,
My trousers are shiny and worn,
From shoes of that someone. behind.
If he were just told, and were kind.
He'd see I'm disgruntled and sore,
And shuffle those feet on the floor."

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Leave Detroit
Arrive Cincinnati
Arrive Chattanooga
Arrive Jacksonville

P E Through
Sleeping Cars
Every 'ay from Detroit to
Jacksonville, Flh.
Beginning December 9th, 1916

10:45 p.m. daily
7:40 a.m.
+6:00 pm,
8:50 ~a-.

MICHIGAN cENTRAL
in connection with
Big Four Route-Quen & Ce sc / !o e I
SouthernRai.~'t~.y- iic Sceni.c Lir"

BUSINESS AD SMOKER MONDAY
Former Secretary of Detroit Board of
Commerce to Speak

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FORMER STUDENT PAST DANGER
Reid, Ex-'17, Recovers After Doctors
Had Given Up Case

Refreshments, smokes, music, and
speeches by members of the faculty,
and out-of-town authorities will be
the features of a smoker to be held at
the Michigan Union Monday evening,l
Dec. 18, for the entertainment of stu-
dents enrolled in the department of
business administration.
The smoker is the first of the kind to
be held for members of the department,
and it is said that the committee in
charge has put forth every effort to
make it a. success. B. F. Gitchell
former secretary of the Detroit board
of commerce, has been secured to ad-
dress the gathering.
Although the affair is primarily for
students in the department of busi-
ness administration, and will be free
to such, a limited number of tickets
will be put on sale at 25 cents each
for the benefit of others desiring to at-
tend.

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Tickets at low Winter Tourist Fare3 on e <y' ti. April 30,
1917, to points in Alabama, Cu -, Florida, Gepr , Louisiana,
Mississippi, New Providence, I ew Mexi-o, N,rh Carolina,
South Carolina and Texas.
Return limit to reach original starting pomt t mater than May 3, 1r,7
For par, :culars consult
Michigan Central
Ticket Ageatt

ENGINEERING NEWS
Engineering alumni all over the
untry are beginning to take an ac-
e interest in the affairs of the En-

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Civic Asjociation Banquets Tonight
Tomn C. Reid, ex-'27, of Detroit, who Contrary to previous announcement

was taken critically ill a month ago
of Angina pectoris, and whose life had
been despaired of, is now reported out
of danger.
Reid was a prominent student while
in attendance at the University, being
especially active in work on the stu-
dent publications, having served as
telegraph editor of The Daily, and as-
sociate editor of the Wolverine. He

the banquet for the board of directors
and committee chairmen of the Ann
Arbor civic association will be held
at the Union at 6 o'clock this even-
ing, instead of Monday. At this meet-
ing a report of past work will be read,
and plans for the ensuing year form-
ul ated'.
Bric-a-brac, ,Glassware and China

gineering college. The Chicago and
Pittsburg alumni are pushing a move-
ment in favor of increased and more
liberal laboratory facilities, the New
York alumni are using their influence
to bring promising athletes to the uni-
versity, and the Newport alumni will
petition for a practical training per-
iod in the naval architecture course.
This petition will probably be ad-
dressed to Prof. H. C. Sadler, of the
Marine engineering department, and
will ask him to use his influence to
make it necessary for marines to work
in a shipyard for at least one sum-
mer in order to be eligible for a de-
gree.
This system is used at Webb acad-
emy in' New York, a shipbuilding
school that makes it obligatory for
every student to spend his summers
working at some form of marine work.

was elected to the board in control of make . excellent Xmas gifts.
student publications at the last cam- PALAIS ROYAL carries a large
pus election. He is a member of Nu these and other desirable gifts.

The
stock
12-13

Congress to Get Christmas Holiday
Washington, Dec. 12.-Congress will
get a Christmas holiday after all. It
is planned to adjourn Friday, Dec. 22,
and reconvene Jan. 2, Representative
Kitchin announced today.
Prescott Club to Hear Dr. Stouffer
The Prescott club will hold a regular
meeting at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
Chemistry building. The principal
speaker of the evening will be Dr. C.
B. Stouffer of the University health
service. The subject of his talk will
be "Emergencies or What to Do.",

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Mr. H. H. Dow, of the Dow chemical
works of Midland, will speak at the
senior engineer assembly at 8 o'clock
tomorrow morning. His subject will
be "Manufacturing Conditions in the
Chemical Industries After the War."
Dean M. E. Cooley, of the Engineer-
ing college, has just returned from an
eastern trip in the course of which he
acted as the representative of the Un-
iversity at the meeting of the Military
training camps association held in
New York and also state delegate at
the Congress on Uniform Boilers held
in Washington, Dec. 4 and 5. He was
the guest of the Yale club while in the
metropolis.
The boiler congress was composed
of delegates from 28 different states,
Dean Cooley being 'a delegate from
Michigan. The meeting unanimously
adopted a resolution to the effect that
all states should adopt the boiler code
of the A. S. M. E.
WILSON APPROVES PLANS FOR
BIG NATION-WIDE FOOD PROBE
Washington, Dec. 12. - President
Wilson late today personally approved
plans of the department of justice for
a vigorous nation-wide food probe,
supplemented by special grand jury
investigation, where necessary. Fol-
lowing a conference of nearly an hour
with President Wilson, Special As-
sistant Attorney General Anderson in
charge of the probe, announced he
had been unable to'leave for Cleveland
last night as scheduled to assume di-
rection of the grand jury investigation
there.
Class Cane Committee-A large line
of manufacturer's samples to select
from--Wagner & Co., State Street.
9-10-12-13
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place
611 E. William St. tf

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A representative of the Norton Em-
ery Wheel company inspected the col-
lege yesterday, and incidentally "pros-
pected" for two senior electricals and
two senior mechanicals who would be
able to work in the research labor-,
atories of the company.

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LOST
LOST - Alpha Chi Omega pin and
guard. Finder please call 2465-R.
13-14
LOST-Let the Michigan Daily And
that lost article of yours through
one of its classified advertisements
in this column.

MISCELLANEOUS
TYPEWRITERS of all makes
' bought, sold, rented or ex-
changed. Expert repairing,
factory service. Sole agent Under-
wood & Corone. TYPEWRITING,
MIMEOGRAPHING & SUPPLIES.
0. D. MORRILL, 322 S. State St.
(Over Baltimore Lunch). 582-3.

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A Great Fox Trot

Prof. Filibert Roth, of the Forestry
department, will be the speaker at the
junior assembly tomorrow. The im-
portant business of electing a general
chairman and three members of the
junior hop committee will. also be tak-
en up at this time.

Victor Record No. 18163

FOR RENT
ENT - Room and boar
lady in refined private]

EMPLOYMENT-For two hours each
'd for evening for a student who has had
home experience as clothing salesman.
13-14 Address W care of Daily.. 9-15in

Kansas City Bluies
Grinnell Bros.

.. 75c

116 S. Maln St.
PHONIE 1707

Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy 18-tf
SHOOK PARTY SATURDAY NIGHT
8 TO 12.AT BARBOUR GYM. TICK.
ETS ON SALE, UNION FOR $1.00. 13

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