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THE MICHIGAN DAIL_

DICAL STATE BOARD
EXAMS START MONDA

which is necessary for the examina-
tion.
The letter also stated that those
who hadtnot as yet paid theirtfees
could do so any time except Sunday
night. Dr. Harison will stay at the
Allenel hotel and may be reached
there.

THE MICHIGAN DAIL DIRECTOR SUPPLEMENT
Below is a continued list of the new students who enrolled in the Univer-
sity the second semester. Additional nazes will be printed daily until
the names of all the new students are exhausted.

FEES PAYABLE TO D&. HARiSON
AT ALLENEL, EXCEPT SUN-
DAY NIGGHT
Medical state board examinations
will start at 8:30 o'clock Monday
morning in the Medical building and
continue through Tuesday and Wed-
nesday, according to Dr. C. W. Ed-
munds, secretary of the Medical.
college. Dr. Edmunds has just re-
ceived a letter from Dr. Beverly D.
Hanson, secretary of the state board
of registration, requesting the names
of those who are going to take the
examinations.
This is the first time that the ex-
aminations have been given as early
as this, but it will be done in order
to accommodate the seniors who grad-
uate March 20. This will not inter-
fere with the primary examination
which is given to those who have fin-
ished their second year, since the
sophomores have finished all the work
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Watch for Date of Ticket Sale

MICHIGAN
SERVE

WOMEN
OVER SEAS,

MENORAH SOCIETY ARRANGE
PURIM SOCIAL FOR SUNDAY
According to Maurice Ripps, '20,
chairman of the committee in charge
of arranging the program of the
Purim social of the Michigan Menorah
to be held at 3 o'clock Sunday aft-
ernoon at Lane hall, this affair will
constitute one of the largest that the
society is contemplating for this sea-
son.
Phil Diamond, '21, Merle W. Kann,
'20, and other society talent will ren-
der the musical part of the program,
whcih will be supplemented by re-
freshments. All members of the Me-
norah and those interested in the so-
ciety are invited to attend.

"?Diamonds"~
Diamonds are bought .for a life-
time and their choosing should be
a matter of much discrimination.
Here you may select in safety--our
diamonds are accurately described
in every detail; they are of good
quality and sold at a modest profit
Schlanderer
& Seyfried
LIBERTY STREET

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MICHIGAN DAILY SUPPLEMENT

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Eighteen Michigan women are now

engaged in reconstruction

workI

abroad, according to a list compiled
by the Alumni association. Many oth-
ers *are in government service in or
around Washington, D. C.
Nine of the alumnae are in Red
Cross service. Canteen work is second.
in poularity while others are con-
nected with dispensaries or 'the Amer-
ican Library commission.
The list follows:: Agnes Freer
Strong, '91; Esther Braley, '98; Anne
Mulheron, '06; Clara Davis, '01; '04M;
Alice Evans, physical director of wom-
en at Michigan ; M. May Allen, '90M;
Margaret Page, '15; Ada Heath, '17;
Harriet McKenzie, '08; Unity Wilson,
'19; Josephine Sherzer, '15; Frances
Uakin, '15; Bertha Stuart, '03, '08M;
Marion E. Perkins, '06; Annie Wil-
liams, '15; Dorothy Peet,''15; Dorothy
Brown, '11; Daisy Olney, '05; Leila
Brown '04; Beulah Whitney, '08; Har-
riet Beard, '98.

Perpetuate With Pictures.
Uncle Sam perpetuated his war ,activities with Pictures.
Big Business perpetuates its developments with Pictures.
Families perpetuate their members with Pictures.
Why Not Perpetuate University Life
with Pictures
Why not have a snap, or flashlight, of the "Bunch," the "Dance," or
the hundred and one other things that occur at "Michigan?" Nothing
tells the stor like a Picture. They make delightful souvenirs that will
be cherished long after other things are forgotten.
You know, or if you don't you can find out for yourself, that Lyndon's
Flashlights and Groups are in a class by themselves. Many have tried and
are stilltryingbut none have succeeded in approaching them in quality.
I am telling you this but don't take my word for it, be your own judge.
Now it's a simple thing to get these pictures; just call Lyndon, and he'll
get them, night or day.
Please get your order in before 8 P. M. for evening.
LYNDON 719 N. University Ave.
! Tel. 458F1, or F2
Complete Line of
Celebrated Martin Guitars, Ukuleles and.
Mandolins, Tenor and Mandolin
Banjos, Victor Victrolas
and Records
Schaeberle & Son's Music House
110 S. MAIN STREET PHONE 254-Fl

Stanchi, Eugene A, '22M, 420 S. Division. Brooklyn, N Y. 313-W.
Stark, Walter R, '19, 520 S. Division. Saginaw. 1203-M.
Stegenga, Waldo R, '21E, 1116 Washtenaw. Grand Rapids. 1832.
Stein, Philip F, spec. 437 Maynard. Chicago.
Steinbaugh, V Bert, '20E, 1307 Packard. Ann, Arbor. 688-W.
Steinburg, Devera, spec, 1222 Washtena* Traverse City. 885-M.
Steketee, John, '22, 556 State. Grand Rapids. 18.
Stammer, Clarence A, '19, 314 N. Ingalls. Utica, N Y. 2220.
Stewart, Simeon, '19, 1437 Washtenaw. Rushville, Ind. 319.
Stiller, Ernest A, '21, 507 Liberty. Florence, Kan. 1199.
Stimson, George A, '20, 302 E. Ann. Astabula, 0. 417.
Stix, Nathan, '21, 543 Church. Cincinati, 0. 1104.
Stowe, William A, spec, 936 Dewey.
Stritmatter, Frank H, '21E, 431 E. University. Toledo, 0. 1478-M.
Strozensky, Charles K, '22E, 418 Thompson. Nava Visa, N M. 782-J.
' Stuart, Clifford W, '22, 917 Mary. Chesaning.
Sullivan, R A, '22, 7315 1-ill.Battle Creek. 1460.
Sullivan, W S, grad, 1020 Forest. Battle Creek. 2239-W.
Sumner, James F, 1215 Hill. Ann Arbor. 1418-M.
Sundquist, Oliver, '22E, 637 Oakland. Muskegon. 1602-W.
Sunley, Harry, '22L, 806 Hill. Detroit. 374.
Surrell, Joseph H. Newberry.
Suttle, W H, '20E, 1603 S. University. Cleveland, 0. 1345-R.
Sutton, Warren E, '22E, 209 S. Ingalls. Detroit. 849-R.
Swanson, E D, '22, 720 S University. Iron Mountain. 1271-J.
Swart, R Emerson, '22, 620 S. State. Detroit. 231.
Sweney, D, '20E, 705 Oakland. Ann Arbor. 1510-R.
Swersky, Samuel, '19, 916 Monroe. Bayonne, N J. 1034-J.
Swift, LeRoy E, '21, 556 S. State. Detroit. 18.
Taber, Frank A, grad, 412 Camden Court. Grand Ledge 1580-M
Taylor, James M, '19, 620 S State. Pontiac. 231.
Taylor, Robert W, spec, 1003 Huron. Grand Rapids. 909.\
Taylor, Russell C, '20E, 1219 Geddes. New York City. 2413-R.
.Teel, Robert M, '21E, 1437 Washtenaw. Lansing. 319.
Teesin, Arthur ,'20E, 417 E. University. Freeland. 1576-3.
Telfer, Laureston, '20L, 1122 Washtenaw. Sarnia, Ont. 1576-W.
Tews, Howard A, spec, 624 Tappan. 1119-R.
Thom, Charles A H, Jr, 530 Hill. Detroit.
Thomas, Clara E, spec, University Hospital. Northport. 135-M.
Verdiun, Louis A, '212, 538 Church. Grand Haven.
Thompson, Dale M, '20, 1617 Washtenaw. Kansas City, Mo. 1016.
MICHIGAN DAILY SUPPLEMENT 25
Thompson, Frederick M, '21, 602 E. Huron. 'Waterford. 396.
Thompson, Kenneth L, '21, 549 S. Division. Youngstown, 0.
Thorne, Harry D, '22, 445 S. Fourth Ave. Reading, Pa, 1772-M.
Tobin, Walter R, 322 E. Ann St. Ann\Arbor.
Towler, C A, '19, 923 S. State. Lansing. 714-R.
Towner, Robert G, '20E, 603 S. State. Byron Center. 783.
Townsend, James W, '21. Jackson. 2144-J.
Towsley, Paul G, '20, 532 Packard. Grand Rapids.
Travis, J C, '19, 537 Thompson. Belding.
Titschler, Carl M, '19, 620 S. State. Chicago, Ill. 231.
Trudell, Lewis M, '22, 645 Tappan St. Detroit. 1230-W.
Truss, Thomas C, '22, 818 Oakland Ave. Brantford, Ont. 2149.
Tieuidath, Richard C, '22E, 804 Monroe St. Ishpeming. 1114-W.
Trumble, John B, Jr, '19E, 522 Monroe St. Westfield, N J. 990-J.
Trumble, James M, '21, 321 S. Division St. Watscke, 1l.
Trumble, Logan, '21, 314 N. Ingalls St. Elkhart, Ind.
Truwin, Wesley C, '22E, 910 E. Washington St. Buchanan. 1178-R.
Tubbs, Robert S, '21, 503 E. Liberty St Arkport, N Y. 2354-W.
Unsworth, George M, '20E, 1130 Oakland Ave. Calumet. 691-.
Upton, Elmer C, '20, 916 Oakland Ave. St. Louis, Mo. 1667.
Urschel, George C, '21, 610 S. State. Toledo, 0.
Vail, Charles A, '20, 713 E. Catherine St. Middletown, N Y.
Van Arden, Paul W, '22, 602 Packard St. Houghton. 1562-R.
Van Bowen, Peter J, '20, 1443 Washtenaw. Grand Rapids. 1166.
Van Deman, Harold, '21E, 624 Packard St. Toledo, 0. 1841.
Vandertill, Elizabeth, U of M Hospital. Grand Rapids. 23-J (Univ.)
Vander Velde, Cornelius, '20M. Dunkirk, N Y.
Van Dusen, Bruce, '22, 1223 Hill St. Detroit. 188.
Van Horne, Donald H, '21E, 602 E. Huron St. Elmira, N Y.
Van Luven, Earl R, spec, 543 Church St.
Van Tyne, Enelyn, '22, 1942 Cambridge Road. Ann Arbor. 897-R.
Vernon, Eugene R, '20E, 920 Baldwin Ave. Ann Arbor. 1435.
Vick Henry A, '22, 815 S. State. Toledo, 0. 1164-M.
Vicor, Russel I, '22, 730 Oakland Ave. Detroit. 753.
Vincent, Eva M, grad, 1047 Olivia St. Chesaw, Wash. 2006-J.
Vincent, Lester B, '19L, 1047 Olivia St. Chesaw, Wash. 2006-J.
Vinkemulder, Henry B, '19, 1003 E. Huron St. Grand Rapids. 909.
Waha, Harry L, spec, 822 Oakland Ave.
Wait, Eugene J, '20, 548 S. State. Reynolds, Ill. 236.
Waits, Virgil H, '20E, 417 E. Huron St. Elyria, 0. 1328:
Walker, John F, '20E. 548 S. Division St. Youngstown, 0. 2649-J.

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Have you placed your order for that
New Spring Suit? If not let us show
you through our line of -
We are showing model of their
product in our window.
This garment will speak for the style
and workmanship of this line. With
our guarantee of satisfaction we are
sure we can please you.
Tinker &'Company
Clothiers. Furnishers and Hatters
342 S. State St., at William St.
We make a Specialty of Evening Clothes

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ARRANGE COURSES
FOR SUMMER TERM
Preparation has been made for a
heavy enrollment in the romance lan-
guages and literature in the summer
session, according to Prof. E. H.
Krnaus,dean of the session.
Courses in French, Italian and
Spanish will be offered as follows:
elementary French (two courses);
French of the second semester; sec-
ond year French; modern prose; com-
position; convesration; advanced com-
position; contemporary France; the
non-dramatic poetry of Victor Hugo;
teacher's course; introduction to.,old
French literature; elementary Italian;
elementary Spanish; Spanish of the
second semester; second year Spanish
(two courses); advanced practical
Spanish; Latin-American relations;
Don Quixote.
The faculty will be composed of
Professors Canfield, Thieme, McLaugh-
lin, and Instructors Hernandez, del
Toro, Pargment, Scatori.
A course in elementary Russian will

Allied Naval Losses Are 803,000 Tons
Allied naval losses in the war to-
taled 803,000 tons, according to Reu-
ter. The British portion of this loss
was 550,000 tons.
The central powers lost 415,000
tons, but the German total, which was
350,000 tons, does not cover the huge
tonnage surrendered under the arm-
istice terms.
Come O a
Watch for Drate of Ticket Sale

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Boots for Early Spring

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Not too heavy or yet too
light for this time of the year.,
Desirable Models in good old
dependable cordovan or soft
pliable leathers. There is
class written all over them.

LOST
LOST-Black leather pocketbook con-
taining two receipts to Miss Wini-
fred Bethan and $30 on campus. 519
Linden.'Phone 898-J. Reward.
LOST-Left at lavatory in library, two
rings. One with old fashioned set-
ting. Finder please call 219. Reward.

WANTED
WANTED--Law books. One Ames
and Smith Torts, and :one Warren
Procprty Phone 179.
WANTEt- To rent flat mandolin for
the remainder of semester. Gibson
preferred. Nall 71-J.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Gentleman's Dress Suit.
Nearly new, worn once. Price very
reasonable. Phone 419 before 6 p. m.

Ray's "BETSY ROSS" Shop
The Fountain Room Deluxe

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$8.00 to $10.00

Hot Fudge Sundaes
Hot Chocolate

Whipped Cream Sodas
Supreme Maited Milks

We Cater To Those Who Demand The Best

Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 S. MAIN ST.

be offered. Professor Meader
teach.

will

No. 9 Nickels Arcade

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