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THE MICHIGAN DAILX

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NEW STUJDENTS RECALTLED

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All persons enrolled with the
appointment committee in Tap-
pan hall are requested to call
at that office this week and fill
out location blanks, in order
that they may be reached every
hour of the day.

J-lit class meeting for elec-
tion of Student councilmen will
be held at 3:15 o'clock Tues-
day afternoon in room 205
Mason hall instead of Monday,
as previously announced..

Below is a continued list of the new students who enrolled in the Univer-
sity the second semester. Additional napes will be Drinted daily until

See the Late Arrials in Spring Iillinery 4
the Parlors of
STEVENS & PERSHING, 6s NACKAR

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the names of all the new students are exhausted.

Patronize our aaVertisers.-Adv.

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MICHIGAN DAILY SUPPLEMENT

THE UNIVERSITY

Economize This Year
in decorating walls-avoid the expense of retinting your walls
so frequently-paint them with

Melotone
the artistic wall paint with the dull finish.
clean and fresh when soiled.

May be washed

No redecorating necessary until a' change of color is
desired.

Now is the time to have your walls done over.

Call at

our store and get a color card and booklet showing many de-
lightful color schemes.
We gIso carry a full line of floor wax, varnish, paint and
brushes and Wall Paper.

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Moore, Neil A, '20E, 1511 Washtenaw. Erie, Pa. 1399.
Moore, William, A, '21, 417 E. University. South Bend, Ind. 1576-J.
Moran, James E, '21E, 207 S. Ingalls. Escanaba. 1808-W.
Morison, James C, '20E, 214 N. Ingalls. Memphis, Tenn. 1634.
Morris, Gilbert W, '21, 707 Church. 1256-R.
Morrisey, Richard C, '21, 1023 Oakland. 179.
Mosher, Mary L, 1205 Catherine. Ann Arbor. U-23-J.
Mosier, DeThurston, '20L, 1122 Washtenaw. Muskogee, Okla. 1576-M.
Motulsky, Cyril H, '20, 537 S. Division. Dubuque, Ia. 143-J.
Moultrop, Clarence A, '20E, 702 S. University. Bay City. 63.
Mowry, Clarence H, grad, 536 Thompson. Ann Arbor. 1579-J.
Muldson, Arthur P, 801 Lawrence. Niagara Falls, N Y.
Murray, William L, '21L, 710 S. Division. Montague. 587-J.
Nakamura, Hachibei, '21, 307 N. State. Morioka, Japan. 689-R.
Napier, Frank A, '21. Grand Rapids.
Near, Harold B, '21E, 1307 Packard. Detroit. 688-W.
Neelans, Harold G, '20E, 214 N. Ingalls. Hazardville, Conn. 1684.
Neller, Earl H, '21, 311 E. Ann. Lansing. 1013-R.
Nelson, Harriet L, '22, 1402 Hill. Saginaw. 2436.
Nettleton, Harry E, 603 S. University. Detroit.
Neuss, Joseph, '21E, 1227 S. University. Newark, N J. 2471-3.
Newbold, Alfred T, grad, 1301 Forest. Ann Arbor. 1788-3.
Newfield, Leo L, '21M, 315 Thompson. Detroit. 1376-W.
Newland, Ralph W, '22E, 548 S. State. Benton Harbor. 236.
Nichols, Arthur 0. Benton Harbor..
Nissly, A A, 603 S. State. 783.
Noack, William T, '22, 644 Tappan. Detroit. 1205-W.
Nowodworski, Leo A, '21, 815 S. State. Detroit. 1184-M.
Noyes, Jasper M, '21E, 901 E. Washington. Jackson. 2129-W.
Nye, Gerald F, '21L, 1408 Washtenaw. Plainview, Neb. 393.
Nyman, Carl R. 314 N. Ingalls. Ironwood. 2220.
Oakley, Edna W, spec, 1102 t. Ann. Jackson. 2522-W.
O'Brien, Gerald K, '22, 1023 Oakland. Houghton. 179.
O'Connor, James D, ,'20b, 417 E. Huron. Johnstown, Pa. 1328.
O'Hara, Martin P, '223E, 603 E. Ann. Detroit. 1482-M.
Ohrstron, George L. 555 S. Division. Tacoma, Wash. 387.
Oliver, Merle, '22E, 444 S. State. Owosso. 937.
Olsen, L E, '21, 522 Munroe. Cadillac. 990-J.
Oltman, John W, '20E, 209 S. State. Oberlin, 0. 2488-J.
O'Neill, Robert E, '22E, 325 E. Jefferson. Charlevoix. 895-R.
Oppermann, Eugene P, '22, 110 N. Ingalls. Saginaw. 354-1.

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Where You Touch Elbows with
All the World

OF MICHIGAN

For detailed information address the Dean of that
School or College of the University in which you
are specially interested, or the Secretary of the
University, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

CAMPUS

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Oswald A. Herz
112 N. WASHINGTON STREET

UNIVERSAL

Established 1867

Phone 253-F l

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COLD TABLETS
FOR THAT COLD

MICHIGAN DAILY SUPPLEMENT

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Students of the University of Michigan are cordially invited to
inspect our new lirn, of

Winter Suits
and
Ov ercoats

Newest materials, newest models, newest
lowest prices

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Orrell, Robert W, '21E, 915 Oakland. Detroit. 355.
Ort, Perry E, '21L, 810 East Huron. Churulrusco, Ind. 1231-W.
Osborne, George E, '20, 314 N. Ingalls S. Bolivar, New York. 2120.
Ostrander, Howard G, '22E, 408 Church. Romeo. 2536-J.
Outland, Tom, '22, 707 Oxford Road. Fort Wayne, nd.
Packard, Laurens A, '21E, 1003 E. Huron . South Haven.
Page, John H, '21E, 543 Church. Ann Arbor. 1153-M.
Paisley, Lewis C, '21E, 1223 Hill. Dubuque, Ia. 189.
Palmer, Jonathan W, '21E, 543 Church. Detroit. 1153-W.
Papoe, Meyer, '22. St Paul, Minn.
Pardon, Reinhold W, '21E, 610 W. Summit. Ann Arbor. 874.
Park, M Choon, '22E, 715 Lawrence. Pynng Yang, Korea. 372-M.
Park, Margaret R, '22, 407 N. Ingalls. Toledo, O. 1439-R.
Parker, Bernard B, '21, 716 Church. Oxford, Ind.
Parker, Henry F, '21, 607 S. State.wDetroit. 131.
Parker, William H, '22. Youngstown, 0.
Parks, Leon A, 618 Packard, Ann Arbor. 1028-W.
Parks, Vernon H, '21, 618 Packard. Ann Arbor. 1028-W.
Parshall, Max E, '22E; 620 E. niversity. Fenton. 1582-J.
Parsons, Edw F, '22M, 910 E. Washington. N. Amherst, Mass. 1170-R.
Parsons, Harry R, '22E, 426 N. Ingalls. Toledo, O. 16.
Parsons, John M, '20D, 1007 E. Huron.
Parzeh, Herbert, '19, 219 S. Thayer. Detroit. 726-M.
Pasmore, Clark °H, '20E, 535 Packard. Munith. 1951-J.
Paton, Clyde R, '22E, 517 Thompson. Almont. 2610-J.
Paton, Robert F, grad, 1142 Ann Arbor. Ypsilanti. 136-R.
Patterson, Clarence K, 520 E. Williams. Pontiac. 1479-W.
Paull, Arthur E, '21E, 712 Oakland. Laurium. 1164.
Pauszik, Thomas B, 723 Oakland. Dunkirk, N Y.
Pearson, Gordon B, '21, 1408 Wdshtenaw. Swea City,' Ia. 343.
Pelikas, Anastas D, '20E, 327 S. Division. Ann Arbor. 1188.
Penberthy, Francisco, '22, 912 E. Washington. Nenominee. 69-M.
Pentecost, John L, '21, 1223 Hill. Elmhurst, Ill. 189.
Perine, William IT, '20, 514 E. Jefferson. Ann Arbor.
Perkins, Gains V, '20E, 607 S. State. Grand Rapids. 131.
Perkins, Howard E, '22E, 524 Walnut. Battle Creek. 2366-W.
Perrin, John Stephenson, '21L, 707 Oxford Road. Escanaba. 357.
Pertsovitz, Arthur, '20,802 E. Catherine. Newark, N J. 1601-W.
Peterson, George L, '21A, 1001 E. Huron. Port Clinton, 0. 1391-3.
Peterson, Robert G, '21. New London, Ia.
Peterson, Ward D, '19, 1416 Hill. Ann Arbor. 285.

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PHONE 308

Prescription Drug Store

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Introduc ing
New Spring Footwear
* '
Advance Spring Models, beautiful in design and in all the desirable leathers. The
Boot illustrated is an exclusive style that strikes a note of individuality giving it un-
usual desirability. Comes in Black and Brown calf or Brown cordovan in low or
high shoes and now ready on our shelves in all sizes and widths.
We Feature Fit"
Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 S. MAIN ST.

Sportsmen-
Athietes --Everybod y!

You will find

LECTURER IN FAVOR
OF NATION LEAGUE
"American spirit has shown its
power in the steady, contnuous de-
velopment of American political insti-
tutions, in its solving of social evils,

lished institutions can we look for a
bigger and better world in the fu-
ture, was the main thesis of the lec-
ture.
Following the Wesleyan Guild lec-
ture at the church, Dean Mathews
talked informally before the Cosmo-
politan club and visitors on questions
dealing with the League of Nations.

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and in the creation of a higher inter- Points relating to the
national morality, this last expressed its workings, its powers
in our relations with our southern able efficacy in the miti
neighbors freed}from European rule. causes of war were dis
Individuals are moral only through quiries from the audien
contact and communication with other these various problemsf
individuals. So also in international speaker.
mortality, only by close union and con-
tact can we hope for a removal of the Martha Cook Has Proi
causes of war. The union does not Mrs. F. B. Stevens, of
have to be maintained through the cre- is one of the governor
ation of a super-state. A League of
Nations is the most reasonable solu-
tion of the problems of international of New York, were we
strife." at the dromitory. Mis
Dean Shailer Mathews of the Uni- a scholarship for wome
versity of Chicago addressed a large iersinMichiyarsat.
audience Sunday evening at the Meth- inent i Michigan state
odist church, dealing primarily with
the above propositions. His lecture
dealt especially with the inherent f
soundness of American spirit as every- Com e
where evidenced in our history. Only
by a furtherance of our new ideals "THE OPERA OF f
of justice and morality under estab-

organization,
, and its prob-
gation of the
cussed, as in-
ce brought up
to the Chicago
eminent Guests
f Detroit, who
rs of Martha
s Clara Avery,
dek-end guests
s Avery gave
en to the Uni-
She is prom-
club work.:
DPEad
OPERAS"

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healthful and appetizing to train
and 'gain on.
Bevo is a splendid beverage to sat-
isfy that extravagant thirst that
strenuous exercise is bound to
bring. Satisfies it without any of
that after-feeling of fullness that
often comes with water drinking.

Order by the case from your gr.
cer, druggist or dealer.
Manufactured and bottled exclusively by
Anheuser-Busch St. Louis

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LOST
LOST--A Psi Upsilon fraternity pin,
name on back, H. Weeks. Finder
call 63.

FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Microscope and typewrit-
er. Am leaving and must sell at
once. Call Corley, 1226-J.
FOR SALE-Daily readers are buyers.
Reach them through this paper.

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