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GAN DAILY SUPPLEMENT
TO STUDENT DIRECIkORY
argaret E. '22, 463 N. State. Detroit., 413-W,
iccoria, '22L. 403 N. State. Detroit. 413-W.
13, '22E, 425 S. Division. Detroit. 16165-J,
,Amielia M, '20, 619 E. University St. St. Johns. 302-M.
Hugh, '20, 619 E. University. Maple Rapids. 302-24
Octave, '21, 1349 Wilmot. Flintg 2384-J.
Donald M, '22, 545 E. University. Polo, Ili. 267-M.
dward M, '22L, 817 Arch. Ann Arbor. 1162-M.
A E, '23D, 315 N. Thayer. Halifax, ;Canada. 1689-M.
Mlabel, '23, 604 E. .Jefferson. Detroit. 349-M.
Joseph L, '21 307 N. State. Delianova,, Italy. 639J.
, Henry S, '23A, 803 S. State. Delianova, Italy. 639-J.
d, Edwin M, '22L, 924 E. Ann. Sarnia, Caniada. 1288-W.
Herbert L, '21D, 1109 College Place. 1554-R.
, C, '21E, 1028 Packard. Stephenson. 2388-J.
Grace L, '23, 721 Haven. Manistique. 1168-M:
Sue, Asst. Chg. Med. Lib, 516 E. Williams. Blackfoot,

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WIAI'S IAJING ON

RESIGNATION OF STOUFFER
BRINXGS STRONG COMMENT
(Continued from Page One)
tative of either school, but mnould be
managed by a business administrator

who would be direotly responsible to
the Board of Regents. The resignation
of Dr. Stouffer will take effect at and
time before the first of July. He ex-.
pects to go into private practice in
Ann" Arbor in the near future.

Dr. Forsythe will also go iota effect
by the first of July. Plans are being
made to enlarge the Health service
building by the addition of two
rooms.

SUNDAY
2 :30 -VarsIty band meets at Hill audl-
torium. Citizen attire, black bow
dies. Bring music" racks.
8:40-Complimnentary twilight recital'r
in Hill auditorium.
3:00--Medical lecture In Hoinceopath-
Ic hospital.
6:00-S8upper at Harris hall. Reg.,S.
A.. Brigham, Indian missionary, will
speak.
6:00 Social balf -hour at the Metho-
dist church. Light refreshments
will be served.
6:00-Social half hour and meeting of
the Baptist guild.r
68 0-Christian Endeavor meeting in
Presbyterian church.' Social half
hour preceding. .
6:30-Prot. Alfred H. Lloyd speaks to
Unitarian guild forum on "An Intel-
lectual Adventure." Light ' supper,
will 'be served at 5:45 o'clock.
6:34--Wesleyan "Guild meets. Gordon
Avery will lead.
MO-0-Plymouth guild meeting in Con-
-gregational' church. Recital by pu-
pils of the School of Music.
7:30-raham, )L Taylor of Chicago,
speaks, in Methodist church to Wes-
leyan guild on "Impressions of the
Revolution in Russia and the East."

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n, Winefred. '21. 516 E. Williams. Blackfoot. Idah~o. 865-R
Zelmia A, '23, 433 Maynard. Maumee, Ohio. 816-J.
Albert, 1321 Wilmot. Detroit. 984-R..
Albert, J'23, 1020 S. University. 904-J.
Stewart U, 605 E: Catherine. 5donon0lela, Pa.
ani, C S, '23, 306 Thomnpson. Bryan, Ohio. 2139-R. ,
ani, R C, '21, 306 Thompson. Bryan, Ohio._ 2139-U.
e, Donald, '23D, 516 S. Division. Mt. Clemens. 1068-M.
ell, Lena V, '20, 1236 Prospect. Ypsilanti. 1442-V.
Harold W, '20, 903 Mary. Portland. 2376-W.
er, Edward, '22L, 307 N. State. West Union, ill., 639-1.
, Josephine A, '23 304 E. Jefferson. New Lothrop. 548-R.
Loren L, '22, 209 Fourte~ntth. Arlon, Ia.. 2143-W.
an, J A, '22, 332 S. Division. Blair, Nebr. 498-1.
Vilencia G, '21. 1026 (Greenwood. Narvacean, P. I.
an, Everett, '23E, 908 Monroe. Detroit.
man, W D. '23, 611 Hoover. Joplin Mo.,; 2373-R,
~Irene K, '21', 810 E. Washington. Detroit. 1817-M.

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Colleges should read
Students' Directory
mes in the space for
v..
wily, the only mori-
Arbor, contains all
i, City and World

Alumni Number Ovrer 60,000
Data compiled by the Alumni Cato-
logue office under the direction of Mr.
H. L. Sensemann shows the number
of Michigan students from the begin-
ning of the institution to January 1920
to total 60,463. of this number, 34,-
817 have graduated.1
Wichigaai Daily 'adverslRS I t W
one reognisd It"" o f 1
studeut tir'te

and Rugs at

PORTRAIT
anal and Distinctive

BLOND AY
7:00-Senior 'finals In the" Northern
Oratorical; league contest, 302 Ma-
son hall.
7:00-fen's chapter of Cosmopolitan
club holds sing in room 305 of Uni-
versity ball. Brne Michigan. song
book.
7:30-Mandolin club practice in, Un-
iversity halls
7 :30--MichIgan-M~nnesota bVasketball
game in ,Waterman gymnasium!
8:00W- Detroit Symphony orchestra
concert in Hill audib~ium. Ossip
Gabrilowitsch, conductor, and Lois
M. Johnson, soprano.
8:00--Sophomore engineers will meet
in room 348, Engineering, building.
Assist. Dean W. H. Butts will speak.
TUESDAY
8:00 a. m. - Junior engineer class
meeting, 348 Engineering building.
Prof. A. E. Wood will" talk on "The
Place of the Engineer in Society."
8:00 a. m.-Mr. A. N. Johnson 'of the
Portland Cement association speaks
in 301 Engineering building on "Ce-
ments.",
0:00-St John's Military academy
(Delefield, Wis.) banquet at the
Union..
7:00-Michigan Union orchestra re-
hearsal on second floor, Union.
7:00-unior finals in Northern Oft.t
torical league contest, 302 Mason
hall.
7:00-Freshman band meets In Ud-
:versity hall.
7:15--Athena Literary society meetk
on? fourth dloor, University hall.
7 :30-Freshman Mandolin club meets
in Lane bail.
7 :80--Adelphi House of Represents-
tives meets in club rooms, Univer-
sity ball.
7:30-Aeronautical club meets 306;
Union.
All members of Comedy club are re-
quested to read Maugham's "Mrs.
Dot" and Shaw's "You Neer Can
Tell" before the meeting on March
11.

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Behind Yo~ur Silken Veil . . . ,..f.... . . . . . . . . .Roses at Twilight
Yerkes Jazzarimba Orchestra
Paul B~iese and His Novelty Orchestra
'xodBe Surpr ised .,..~r.".... .." . -. ... ..... . Keep J.Vovin'
Apple Blossoms . . . .. . . . . ........ . . ,. ,,. . . . . .Carolina Sunshine
Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra

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V ICTOR R.ECORDS for March- are here. Ou r.allotment,
which has bee delayed for several days in transit, has
now reached Ann. Arbor and we take this opportunity of
notifying our patrons. We regret the delay, to be sure,
but the March records are certainly worth waiting for.
To begin with, consider this quartet of "toe-teasers,". two
of which are made by new orchestras-

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A LBERNARD comes to Victor this month with a record
,.You Know What I Mean" and "Bell Hop Blues." There
are other good popular song record,-in addition to the
following Red Seal list:
Rigoletto-Piangi, Fanciulla . . ............ Calli-Curci and De Luca
Last Tears .. .: ......... ... Destinn
M ~y Jesus, as'T'houW~ilt. .." ." .f .. """" . "",",. "f""". "."".".". .".s.r.".". . . ... raslau
That Tumble-Down Shack in Athloneb .... ........... McCormack
Rienzi Overture N(Parts I and II)........... ".. Philaudelphia. Orchestra:
Kol Nidrei ...................................... Elman

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men who like the things you like- will wear our hand tailored clothes, will you?
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Get one of the eleventh hour rush- If you come today we can promise positively
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