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-~ THE MICHIGAN DAILX

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MUSIC STUDENTS David Nash, '20
TO GIVECONCERT Mazurka Op. 589...........Chopin..
TO GIVE CONCERT The Girl with the Flaxen Hair...
Chopin's op. 59 Mazurka will be one Edith Staebler
of a group of excellent numbers to Patter of the Shoon .. . ...... Trcharne
appear 'on the program given by ad- What Is a Kiss ......,....Mana Zucca
vanced piano and voice students of Harriet Woodworth, '20
the University School of Music at 4:15 Prelude, Serenade ............. Shuett
o'clock Thursday afternoon in Friese Winifred Dickinson
hall.
They public is invited to the follow- A maid of the desert for sale-who
ing recital: will bid? Would you like to attend
Indian Lodge ....... . ....MacDowell an auction where beautiful girls are
Butterfly....... . .... . ..Grieg sold to the highest bidder? Then go
Flora Kelley to the mysterious East with Nazimova
Requiem..................Homer in "EYE FOR EYE" at The Arcade

THE MICHIGAN DAILY DIRCOYSUPPLEMENT
Below is a continued list of the new students who enrolled in the Univ
sity the second semester. Additional Daces will be printed daily uni
the names of all the new students are exhausted.
MICHIGAN DAILY SUPPLEMENT

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"Don't Change
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Watch for Date of Ticket Sale

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Invictus .......................Huhn today and tomorrow.-Adv.A
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THE
HELEN HOLSINGER
HAT SHOP
Successor to
Louise Hinckley
INVITES YOUR INSPECTION
OF DISTINCTIVE AND EX-
CLUSIVE SPRING HATS AT
215 EAST LIBERTY

Rice, Edgar L, '20, 1019 Church. Massillon, O. 2269-R.
Riley, William H, spec, 101 E. Huron. Ann Arbor. 1460.
Ripps, Maurice L, '20. Bayonne, N J.
Roach, J A, '22E, 720 State. Sewickley, Pa. 799-J.
Roat, Walter T, 602 Huron. Sturgis.
Robertson, Doyle D, 913 Huron. Romeo.
Robey, Helen M, spec, 405 E. University. Baltimore, Md. 2483-R.
Robinson, John E, '19, 514 Thompson. Sandusky, O. 1505.
Robinson, Lee C, '21L. Hoopston, Ill.
Rodgers, Roscoe D, '22E, 734 E. University. Muskegon. 1054-M.
Rogers, George E, '20E, 823 Kingsley. Grand Rapids. 566..
Rogers, Maurice V, '21E, 1130 Oakland. Ypsilanti. 1875-J.
Rogers, Walter S, '19E, 915 Oakland. Franklin, Pa. 355.
Rohan, Edwin J, '22, 702 S. Division. Fargo, N Dak. 2102-R.
Romanoff, William, '20E, 637 Oakland. Toledo, O. 1602-W.
Rood, Paul, grad, 721 Monroe. eKnt City. 2532-M.
Rorick, Marion H, '22L, 702 S. University. Toledo, O. 63.
Rosback, Homer F, 609 E. University. Benton Harbor.
Rosenberg, J Adrian, '20L, 921 Mary. Jackson. 1313-R.
Rosenbluth, Lee M, '20, 1336 Geddes. Ann Arbor.
Roser, Frederick S, '21E, 1102 Oakland. Lansing.
Ross, Henry G, '20, 610 Church. Mansfield, Ill. 1546-J.
Rough, James H, '19, 610 E. Liberty. Negaumee.
Rourke, Gratton L, '21, 1223 Hill. Lisbon, N Dak. 188.
Roussin, Henry J, '20. Durand.
Rowley, Virgil A, '20, 1443 Washtenaw. Lorain, O. 1166.
Rupp, Lyman G, '20L, 910 E. Washington. Elliston O. 1170-R.
Russell, Persing, '22E, 1113 College. Clyde, O. 885-R.
Russell, Wilford B, '20E, 439 S. Division. Litchfield. 1820-R.
Ryan, Bernard L, ';2, 426 E. Kingsley. Jackson. 437-1.
Rye, Wilbert L, '21E, 719 Packard. Sault Ste Marie. 2211-J.
Salinger, Frances G, '22, 606 E. Ann. South Bend, Ind. 681-W.
Sadtler, John G, '21E, 831 E. University. Philadelphia, Pa. 2738.
Salisbury, Maxwell E, '21E, 924 E. Ann. Norwich, N Y. 1967-J.
Sellwassen, Norman H, '21L, 314 N. Ingalls. Laporte, Ind. 2220.
Salter, Harold G, '21, 427 E. University. Pierce,?Neb. 1478-R.
Sample, Milo W, '22. Barberton, O.
Sams, George W, '22E, 307 S. Division St. Bath, N Y. 2139-W.
Samuels, Albert D, 730 Oakland. Bayam, N J. 753.
Sanborn, Irwin T, '20E, 435 Thompson. Detroit. 436-R.
Sanford, Sterling S, '19E, 716 Church St. Mt. Clemens. 2553-J.

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ESTABLISHED loin
MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STRUT
N&W YORK
Telephone Murray Hill 8800
Our Representative will be at the
HOTEL LPONTCHARTRAIN, DETROIT
on the following days
during the coming season
March 14, 15
April 18, 19
May 16, 17
with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
for Spring

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Send for Illustrated Catalogue
Complete Civilian Outfits for
former members of
the S. A. T. C.

BOSTON SALES-OFFICES
TREMONT COR. BOYLSTON STREET

NEWPORT SALES-OFFICES
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JUNE 30 FIXED FOR
Camp DAIS' OPENING1

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Young Men who care for
real merit in their clothes want just as much integrity in

CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS
FORM MAJOR PART OF
COURSE

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the tailoring as in the fabrics.
FITFORM
clothes for Young
Men are the kind that

give

that class of

men full satisfaction
Every step of man-
ufacture is closely
supervised, and held
to unusually high
standards.

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Style, too is 'essential. And Fitform

style is the cleverest we have
full of character.

seen,

Camp Davis, summer camp for en-
gineers of the University, at Douglas
lake, near Charlevoix, will be open
this year from June 30 to August 22.
Prof. C. T. Johnston, the director,
warns all engineers who expect to
attend the camp during the summer
of 1919, to make their reservations
for accommodations early. As rap-
idly as students, in groups of four,
get together and make : application,
buildings are assigned them. Twenty-
eight students have already made
their reservations.
Teaching Corps Appointed
The teaching corps for Camp Davis,
summer of 1919, will include the fol-
lowing men from the faculty of the
University: Prof. C. T. Johnston, di-
rector, Prof. H. W. King, Prof. L. M.
Gram, Prof. James H. Cissel, Mr.
Harry Bouchard, Mr. E. F. Metz, Mr.
E. L. Matthews, Mr. G. L. Holcomb,
and two student assistants. Dr. Clyde
B. Stouffer of the University health
service will act as camp physician.
This summer's work will consist
mainly of surveying, laying out, and
constructing roads in and near the]
camp. A new road is to be built as a
short cut connecting Camp Davis with
Bryant's hotel on the way to Pells-
ton,.
Camp Demands Manual Workers
Professor Johnston is in need of
four or five students to do manual
work in connection with the con-
struction of the roads which are to be
built. Almost' every year the camp
has use for a few students who can
work about the camp. In past years
the grounds have been improved,
walks completed, water and lighting
systems constructed, and drainage
pipes laid.
Names Omitted from Comedy Club List
Two names.were omitted from the
list of members elected to Comedy
club, published in Sunday's Daily.
Helen G. Cady, '20, and Elwyn Da-
vies, '21, were among those elected
to the club at that time.
Illinois Arranges Roller Meet
Plans for an all-university roller
skating party in the gymnasum are
being made at Illinois. Prizes are to
be given for the best individual skat-
er, the best couple skaters, and the
best stunt performed on skates.
Those who advertise in The Mich-
igan Daily cater to ALL Michigan
students.-Adv.

WAR BONUS DISPLAYS
PROMPTNESS
Praise be to Allah, or rather,
to the zone finance officer in
Washington; D. C., from whom
blessings flow in the form of $60
bonuses.
Students of the University
who have made proper applica-
tion for their bonus, are begin-
ning to receive their money. One
student received his bonus 10
days after mailing his discharge.
It looks as though the pessi-
mistic remarks which have been
current on the campus are un-
justified. We will not need to
wait until the fourth of July
for our stipend. Nor will we
have to. borrow on the future to
attend the J-Hop.

KEEP

That Well Dressed
pearance of Yours.

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In troducing
New Spring Footwear
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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.

PAUL'S Place-Shoes repaired.-Ad.

HAVE US
MEASURE YOU
FOR YOUR NEW

You'll like the clothes,
both the way they look,
and the way they wear
Tom Corbett

SPRING SUIT

We have a line of goods that are of unsurpased Quality,

and our

116 E. LIBERTY ST.

workmanship is backed by over thirty years of service to men of taste.
Our Spring Suitings are now being shown and we would be pleased

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to have you drop in and look them over.

You will then be convinced

that the values we are offering cannot be equalled.

G. H.

WILD CO.

WANTED

MISCELLANEOUS.
One Ames STUDENTS-If in line to make dol-
one Warren lars this summer vacation call
Laidlaw at 1170R evenings.

Leading Merchant Tailors.

State Street

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