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THE MICHIGAN DAILY___ ________

Michgan aily Supplement
To Student Directory
Clegg, *Gilbert, 1212, 736 S Slltale. Detroit. 38-J.
Cohen, Isadore W., '21, 1705 WVa,,1tenaw. Indin oihd. 550-W.
Cohn, Daniel, '24M,, 613 E. luron). Detroit. 19t-WV.
Cohn, Ralph F., 'l 11, 4:30 S. 1ifth?. Omaha, -Neb. 1100-W.
Conklin, Philip A., '22A, R. F. D. 6, Box 26. Cave, Ore. 7116-F-2.
Cook, John, '22, City Y. M. C. A. Hllsadale. 258.
Cook, Thomas R., 122E~, 1309 Gedides. Norwalk, 0.
Cory, Earl W., '24, 544 N. Main. Blackfoot, Idaho. 214-F-2.
Danglade, James H., '24, 720 S. State. Webb City, Mo. 1037-W.
Daugherty, Wave, '24, 236 S. Thayer. Iron River. 1657-Mli.
Davis, George H., '23, 517 S Division. Detroit. 2726-W.
Davis, H. W. C., '2311, 1233 Wa ;htenia w. Port H~uron. 1.097-11.
Deam, Roberta E., Grad., 731 Haven. BlaiTfton, Ind. 709-R.
D, an, Howard R., '23, 11120 Forest. Mitchell, S. ID. 890-MW.
iDeliey, Joseph E., '22, 916 Mour oo. Des Moines, Ia. 9904J.
Del Rosario, Vincenti M., 121L~, 1215 S. University. Philippine Islands.
Deniston, WV. I., '242, 1233 Waslitenaw. Buffalo, N. Y. 1097-R.
Dowsett, Dorothy, '24, 916 Mary. Jackson. 307.
Drysdale, Eleanor E., '23. 418 Thompson. Detroit. 782-It.
Eaton, Eleanor, '24, 925 S. State. Jackson. 779-R.
Egan, Helen G., S. of M., 911 E. Washington. Detroit. 923-R.
Evans, Albert B., '22E, 602 E. Washington. Peekskill N. Y. 1130.
Excell, Ralph H., '24, 905 E. Washington. Penn Yann, N. Y. 922-MW.
Fisch, George H., '23D, 119 N. Thayer. Detroit. 71-J.
Fisher, Iva M., 123, 1803 Hill. Battle Creek. 2598-U.
Fiske, Geo. Walter, '23IE, 1110 Michigatn. St. Mathews, Ky. 1975-MW.
Flower, Wallace M.L, '24, 1842 Austin. Chicago, Ill. 1238-W.
Foust, 'William L., '24, 821 E!. Washington. Canton, 0. 1815-M.
Fox, Florence E., '21, 1004 Olivia. Detroit. 2730.
° Franklin, Leo I., '24, 430 S. Fifth. Detroit. 1100-W.
Fu Ray, Edward T., '21D), 1007 E. Huron. Detroit. 1268.
Gault, James S., '21E., 1021 E. Huron. Detroit. 481-R.
Gibson, Herman W., '241), 1007 S. State. Findley, 0. 2387-M.
Gielow, Frederick C., '22, 918 S. State. Detroit. 2485-M~.x
Cindy, Roy E., '21E, 12:33 Washtenaw. Toledo, 0. 1097-It.
Glatz, Monroe, '23, 539 E. University. "Fremont, 0. 1064-U.
Goldberg, W. Abraham, '21, 613 E. Huron. Detroit. 190-W.
Goldin, Harry, 123D, 711 E. Ann. Pretoria, South Africa. 410-J.
Goldwater, Leonard J., '24, 820 E. Wash. New York, N. Y. 1165-W.
Goodman, Albert K., '24, 116 N. State. New York, N. Y. 410-MW.
Gordon, Lynn S., TI1E, S. of M., 1021 E. Huron. D~etroit. 481-R.
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N UMBER OF APPLICANTS FOR
CIVIL SERVICE INCREASES
Detroit, Mich., Jan. 6.-The unem-!
ployment condition's of the past two
months have increased the number of
applicants for civil service positions
at least 75 per cent, according to Si-
mon Myers, local secretary of the
United States Civil Service Examining
board. An average of 50 persons are
making application to take examina-
tions each day, Mr. Myers said. A few

months ago many days passed without
a single applicant.
During the period preceding Christ-
mas a year ago postof lice authorities
were unable to obtain sufficient help
to handle the mails here and were
obliged to wait until various colleges
and schools in the state closed to ob-
tain extra help.
This year 8,000 persons applied for
extra work during the holidays. Only
about 500 of these could be given
work.

Reu-Adjustment Sale
Now On

$16.00 Shoes, now
$15.00 Shoes, now

....$12.80
.. . . 12.00

$14.00 Shoes, now.... .

11.20

r

START

7THE NEW YEAR R
START WITH HALSEY.
YOU WTILL NOT REPENT !

tIGHT!

$13.00 Shoes, now
$12.00 Shoes, now
$10.00 Shoes, now

...10.40
. . .'. 9.60

8.00

2XmceJ~i'a~ t~r
W UERTH APCADE
A k

Determined to close out completely all Winter ShoeS-
Oxfords and Pumps-for' Men and Women.
This cut takes care of three different things:
Tihe Break in Wholesale Prices
Any Further Break that may happen in Spring
And Our Usual Mid-Winter Reductions
A MOST FAVORABLE CHANCE TO BUY HIGH! GRADE
SHOE S
Walk-Over Boot Shop

The "Y" Inn

At
Lane Hal

Good Home Cooked Meals
Prompt Service

115 South Main Street

SMALL PRIVATE DINING
ACCOMODATING AS HIGH AS 25

BOARD BY THE WEEK AND
INDIVIDUAL MEALS

I'F
J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability &,Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
ANN ARBOR, - - MICHIGAN

A COMPLETE LINE OF

Stein's

Grease

Paints,

Creams,

Pow-

ders, Rouge

Liners,

etc.

_

The E er ac S& noCo.

WHITNEY fmo sluI jln8
THEATER
- ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
RICHARD C. HERNDON Presents
'America's Most Distinguished Emotional Actressf
-A EIL.
__ --IN HRR-
E NGREAST PERSONAL "'TRIUMPH
SISIX MONTHS ETHREE MONTHS
SI IN II IN
I~~NEW YORK CIAGO I
PASSIONFLOA WE
("La-Maiquerida," by Jacinto Benevente, Nobel Prize Winner, 1919)
'"A BLAZING GENIUS IN A WONDERFUL PLAY"
- -Amy Leslie, in Chicago Daily News
THE ORIGINAL CAST AND PRODUCTION ENTIRE
Best
= Sats Seat Sale Now
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200-204 EAST LIBERTY STREET

8:30 A. M.

l..M. r

Up

i

Late

SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITING.
]BOOKKEEPING
PENMANSH IP'

Cinnamon.

Toast
Coffee

12:00 M.

NEW TERM - JANUARY 10

A

Light
Lunch

HAMILTON
BUSINESS
COLLEGE
State &William,

I,

Hamburger
Sandwich,
Fruit Salad

3 3 / to 5.0%

REDUCTION ON

ALL

-

V

Hot Chocolate

Suits and Overcoats

12:05 A. M.

After

SUITS AND OVERCOATS
VALUED UP TO $60.00, NOW
$29.75

the Dance

Hot

SUITS AND
VALUED UP'

OVERCOATS
TO $70.00, NOW

Maple Walnut
Sundae

$37.50

SERVICE
FIRST

SUITS AND OVERCOATS
VALUED UP TO $90.00, NOW
$48.50

I

001 709 NorthI University Ave.

LUTZ CLOTHING, STORE
2 1] SOUTH MAIN

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