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the Daiiy to reach the students. Advertise in The Daily.-Adv.
thousand students read it every
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THE MICHIGN DAILY DRECTORY SUPPLEMENT
With this issue, The Daily finishes its supplement to the Stu-
dent Directory. Additional changes, which came into the offices
too late to be classified in the regular pages are listed as a sep-
arate page.

WANTED

500 Suits

300 Shoes

stercy-Now What.
ZOunds! but the 'eavenly lydies of
Hingland are in a deuced dilemma,
London cables us that 1,500,000 of
their fair and gentle species face fu-
tures devoid of men and framed mar-
riage licenses. The few catches left
will have to step lively to avoid the1
wiles and whims of crafty maids and
mothers if they insist on sharing
their names with themselves only. The
question of paying a tax on bache-
lorhood has blen suggested by some
of ingenious minds, feminine, proba-
bly.
In this state of single blessedness

we may look for strong organizat
to spring up in the verdant isles,
as the O. B. G.,.which would mean
Order of Bachelor Girls, or the I
which would have a long membei
of Single Sisters.
Michigan's paper for Michigan
Four thousand students read it e
morning.-Adv.
Grand Opening Nigi
of
"Come On Dad
Wednesday, March 2

500 Pants
I will pay $1 to $10 for
men's second hand suits,

MICHlIGAN DANAY SUPPLEMENT

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WANTED: Ladies Clothing.
Dresses, Waists, Shirts, Hats, Shoes
CALL ME UP AND LET ME QUOTE PRICES
Clad Br

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Whitiiey, George G, '21, 821 E. University. Flint. 2738.
Wiener, Earl L, '19L, 807 S. State. Shreveport, La. 1104.
Wiener, Samuel G, '20E, 807 S. State. Shreveport, La. 1104.
Wilcox, Albert G, '22, 322 E. Ann.. Hornell, N Y. 1040-3.
Willcox, Russell S, '21, 924 E. Ann. Sparta. 1967-J.
Williams, Frances E, '21, 723 Oakland. La Grange, Ind. 936-W.
Williams, Henry E, '21, 1437 Washtenaw. Akron, 0. 319.
Williamson, George W, '21, 214 N. Ingalls. Toledo, 0. 1634.
Willson, Donovan, '22, 512 E. Jefferson. Flint.
Wilner, George D, grad., 801 Catherine. Plymouth, Pa. 1112-J.
Wilson, Alfred W, '21E, 925 Church. Detroit. 1826-M.
Wilson, Archibald D, '20, 514 E. Jefferson. Newcastle, Pa. 2576-J.
Wilson, Ben H, '21, 702 S. University. Toledo, 0. 63.
Wilson, Charles 0, '20E, 426 N. Ingalls. Muskegon. 16.
Wilson, David M, '19E. Ypsilanti.
Windham, Elwood A, '21E, 624 Packard. Port Huron. 1484.
Winkelman, Cassius, '21, 614 Monroe. 1257-R.
Winslow, Rollin R, '19L, 556 5. State. St. Joseph. 18.
Winter, Ben W, '21, 900 S. State. Detroit.
Witt, Edward D, '21, 548 S. State. St. Joseph. 236.
Wojtaszak, Ignatius A, '19E, 407 E. Huron. Ludington. 1384-M.
Wolfe, George B, '21L. Bradford, Pa.
Wolfe, Richard C, '22E, 437 Maynard. Chicago, Ill. 2707-W.
Wolfe, Saling H, '21E, 210 S. Thayer. Chicago, Ill. 2488-M.
Wong, Som Q, '19E, 118 N. Thayer. Canton, China. 2583-W.
Wood, David P, '20E, 806 Hill. Chicago, 111. 314.
Wood, Donald L, '20L. Maysville, Ky.
Wood, Gerald S, '21, 114 N. Division. Decatur. 126-W.
Wooley, Roscoe N, '21E, 538 Church. Coloma. 96-R.
Workman, Harry C, '20E, 821 E. University. 1127-W.
Wormley, Harold W, '21E, 314 N. Ingalls. Hudson. 2220.
Wulzinhoffer, I I, "'22, 337 Jefferson. 811-M.
Yardiner, Henry W, grad, 506 E. Liberty. Wakefield, R I. X283-M.
Yerkes, Robert G, '20, 1311 Hill. Detroit. 33.
Young, Donald C, '20, 523 Packard. 1213.
Zabel, Walter J, '19, 551 Church. Sturgis. 156-R.
Zanelli, Carlos, '19E, 603 S. State. Valparaiso, Chile. 783.
Zapp, Paul A, '21E, 1209 S. University. Chicago. 1217-W.
Zeder, James C, 816 Packard Bay City. 2438-R.
Zeigenbein, Walter E, '19, 509 S. Division. Jackson. 293-M.
Zimmerman, John E, '2IE, 718 Monroe. Detroit. 1172-M.

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Zoglaian, Vahan T, '21D, 1212 Hill. Detroit. 484-M.
Zowski, Norman, '22, 2006 Washtenaw. Ann Arbor. 1528.

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New Michigan

Antonio, Octave, 1309 Wilmot. Flint. 2351-M.
Badner, Otto W, '20, 327 Thompson. 1147-M.
Baker, Frederick J, 300 E. Jefferson. 976-J.
Ball, Robert M, '22, 718 Monroe. Detroit. 1172-M.
Beattie, Orville R, '22E, 1126 Washtenaw. Charlevoix. 678-W.
Bond, James D, grad., 1437 Washtenaw. Hawaii. 319.
Carter, Frederick C, '21L, 1009 E. Catherine. Monessen, Pa. 1412-M.
Clark, Chester W, grad., 907 Lincoln. Ann Arbor. 191.
De Juan, Abel, '21M, 207 S. Ingalls. San Juan, Porto Rico. 1808-W.
Emery, Charles P, grad., 417 E. Huron. Benton Harbor. 1328.
'Fairchild, Raymond W, grad., 1028 E. University. Stevens Point,
Wis. 2566.
Fletcher, M Paul, '20E, 1408 Washtenaw. 343.
Hubbard, Harry D, '21L. Ypsilanti. 560-M.
Jensen, Knuit W, 509 S. Division. Christinia, Norway. 293-M.
Johnson, Edwin W, '22, 712 Oakland. Saginaw. 1164.
Koetz, Walter, grad, 924 E. University. Waterloo. 1467-J.
Stuhrberg, Carl H, '19L, 534 Hill. Ann Arbor. 3705.
Smythe, Elizabeth H, 923 Forest. Columbus, 0. 1344-W.
Taylor, Robert W, '22E, 1003 E. Huron. Grand Rapids. 909.

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LIBRARY SEALS
NOW EXPLAINED
The meanings of the seals on the
front of the new library building are
explained.
They represent the various kinds
of books that are to be in the Library.
There are in all 10 seals, which are as
follows, philosophy and religion, law,
earth sciences, physical sciences, med-
icine, mathematics and engineering,
the fine arts, poetry and music, dra-
ma, and history.
The work on the seals was done by
Ricci, a son of one of the partners of
the firm of Donnelly and Ricci, famous
New York sculptors. The seal proper

is delicately cut and being on the
north side of the building, where no
direct light can strike, stands forth
clearly. The borders, which are
deeper than the seals, are highly or-
namented. Thy were cut in the Bed-
ford, Indiana quarries.
These seals are considered the
sculp'tor's first work of importance.
Want Ad.-Adv.f
For service and results try a Daily
Grand Opening Night
of
"Come On Dad"
Wednesday, March 26

You can't do a friend
a greater favor in the
smoking line than to say:
"Smoke a 41111
MURAD'
And if your friend thinks he has
to pay 30 cents for cigarettes,
hand him one of your MURADS
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Let us furnish your

FOB SALE
FOR SALE OR RENT-New 17 room
house built to suit fraternity, sor-
ority or club for next school year.
XYZ, care of Michigan Daily.
FOR SALE-32--30 Smith and Wesson
Officers' target model revolver, six
inch barrell. J. O. Scherer. Phone
1986-J.
FOR SALE-One set of Orchestra
bells in best of condition. New.
Call 1487 between 6 and 7.
FOR SALE--Mandolin and leather
case. Good condition. Garlock,
990-J.
FOR SALE- Henderson Motorcycle,
1918 model, first class condition.
Call 131 between 5 and 7 P. M.
FOR SALE-Two May Festival coup-
ons at reduction. Call 1700-M.

LOST
LOST-Black bill fold containing re-
ceipts for tuition, locker and Union
membership card No. 465. Return
to the Daily office.
LOST-Black leather note book. Find-
er please return to the Daily office.
Reward.
LOST--On Monday a Waltham wrist
watch in the Engineering Bldg.
Finder please call 371, or at 604 S.
State St.
WANTED
WA NTED-Several young ladies and
gentlemen who have had selling ex-
perience or experience where they
have liad to meet the public. Good
salary for the right persons. Either
summer or al time employment.
Box F. E. It. Daily.

J-Hop and Opera Flowers
The Classiest Corsages in the City

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t'I r $ Air

Everything for the, House
Decorations

Order Early

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