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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PHONE 166
218 SOUTH MAIN
QUALITY ICE CREAM
Caters to Fraternities and
Sororities

Ready to Serve
AT ANY TIME
Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
35 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
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Michigan Daily Supplement
To Student Directory
FIRST SEMESTE -NUMBER FIVE
Mack, Harold C., '22, 110 S. Ingalls. Detroit. 1722-W.
MacNorth, Lulu, Grad., 2365 Thayer. El Paso, Ill. 1657-M.
MacVay, William A., '24, 636 E. University. Franklin, Pa. 1739-W.
Markoe, Rupert C. L., '24M, 116 Glen Ave. Virgin Islands. 1317-J.
Marston, William C., '24, 1110 Michigan. Louisville, Ky. 1975-M.
Matchett, Wilbur C., '21E, 1027 E. University. Beaver, Pa. 5-M.
McComb, Glendora, '23 2365 Thayer. Adrian.
McIntyre, Frank D., '24D, 433 Hamilton Pl. Jackson.m
McKinney, Theo. B., '22L, 411 E. University. Sault Ste. Marie. 820-J.
McLaren, Stewart E., '24E, 517 S. Division. Highgate, Ont. 2726-W.
McNamee, Harold G., '21E, 1052 Olivia. Ann Arbor. 2048-J.
McPherson, C., 1233 Washtenaw. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1097-R.
Mendenhall, Walter, '23; 1233 Washtenaw. Cincinnati, O. 1097-R.
Morris, Baron, '24, 541 S. Division. Detroit. 1869-W.
Neker, Nellie, '21, 2365 Thayer. Chenoa, Ill. 1657-M.
Niendorf, C. F., '23D, 432 S. Division. Colon. 1813-W.
Nutten, Wesley L., Jr., '22, 205'N. Ingalls. Detroit. 475-J.
Ortenburger, Arthur I., Grad., 1014 Cornwell Pl. Detroit. 1110-R.
Paton, Clyde R., '22E, 1004 Forest. Ann Arbor.
Patton, Josepline, '24, 2365 Thayer. Grand Rapids. 1657-M.
Payton, Roy W., '24E, 1004 Forest. Almont.
Pettibone, T. M., '22E, 5,16 S. Division. Mt. Clemens. 1058.
Poorman, William F., '21, 815 E'. Huron. Livingston, Mont. 496-F2.
Poundstone, L. Marjorie, '24, Newberry Res. Benton Harbor. 2338.
Powell, Roger K., '22, 715 S. State. Mt. Gilead, O. 72-W.
Proper, Muriel A., '24, 1003 E. University. Ann Arbor. 383-J.
Purvis, Ruth, S. of M., 1223 Volland. Petoskey. 710-W.
Pratt, Arnold E., '24E, 517 S. Division. Ann Arbor. 2726-W.
Quinones, Jesus M., '24M, 116 Glen. Sancture, Porto Rico. 1332-J.
Rasch, Howard A., '23, S. of M., 1021 E. Huron. Detroit. 481-R.
Rollins, Francis F., '24E, 517 S. Division. Buffalo, N. Y. 2726-W.
Rosen, Pearl J., '21, 431 E. University. Los Angeles, Cal. 1478-M.
Rutherford, Wilber N., '23P, 1910 Cambridge Rd. Potsdam, N. Y.
Sager, Alta Lodern; '23M, 116 N. State. Buffalo, N. Y. 410-M.
Schanck, William, '21E, 625 Forest. Pontiac. 2174-R.
Scherer, Walter K., '24, 1107 Williard. Ottawa, Ill. 515-M.
Schoad, Robert W., '24E, 404 S. Fifth. Bay City. 1060-F2.
Schuster, Max D., '24D, 211 S. Ingalls. Detroit. 849-M.
Seeley, William H., '22E, 914 S. State. Pontiac.
Selling, Lowell S., '22 3324Waynard. Detroit. 1376-R.
Selmire, C. Ellsworth, '23, 403 E. Washington. Indianapolis, Ind.
1463-M.
Sharp, Howard P., '22E, 1233 Washtenaw. Buffalo, N. Y. 1097-R.
Sherwood, Renaud, '22, 620 S. State. Detroit. 231.
Shurts, Roswell B., '21E, 815 E. Huron. Lebanon, O. 496-F2.

PROF. HOBBS WILL
MAKE GLOBE TROT
To make a comprehensive study of
the origin of mountains and continents
is the purpose of the 15 months' trip
of Prof. W. H. Hobbs, head of the
geology department.
Leaving in June, at the beginning of
his leave of absence, he will go com-
pletely around the world. Going first
to the southern Pacific, then to New
Zealand, Australia, the Dutch East
Indies, eastern Asia, and South Amer-
ica, he will complete his study at some
European university.
Chase Osborne's gift of $5,000 waf

given as the foundation of a fund to be
used in later work of this type.
Engagement Announced
Announcement was made recently of
the engagement of Miss Evelyn Austin
of Denver, Colo., to Frederick E.
Jacob, '21. Miss Austin is a senior in
Colorado college, Colorado Springs,
Colo.
Student's Father Dies in South
A. E. Zigler, '21L, was called to his
home in Elkhart, Ind., yesterday by
the death of his father. Mr. Zigler
died at Mobile, Ala., where he and
Mrs. Zigler had gone to spend the

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ENGINEERS CONDITIONED .
LAST YEAR BEGIN EXAMS
Supplementary examinations in the
College of Engineering began yester-
day for delinquent students who re-
ceived a condition or an incomplete in
last year's courses.. A schedule of the
time and place of all examinations is
posted outside of the secretary's of-
fice. The last make-up exam will be
given on Saturday, Jan. 15.
Final examinations in the engineer-
ing college will commence Feb. 7, ac-
cording to a statement from the secre-
tary's office. The schedule has not yet
been announced.
One Contagious Case Reported
A slight case of smallpox is the only
contagious disease reported to the
Health service recently, according to
Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, director of
the service.

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Wednesday,

Janiary 12

AFTERNOON AND EVENING PERFORMANCES
Sarah Caswelf Angell Hall
Rip Van Winkle *-°
DOORS OPEN AT 3 P. M.
Olla Podria--Vaudeville 8m00
DOORS OPEN AT 7:30 P. M.

Mr.Fox was bragging one day about the large
number of her cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring into the world at
one time?" she asked the LIONESS.
"Only ONE," replied the Lioness-"but it's a
LION."
URAiD SCOST 20 CENTS for a BOX
Of 1I-BUT THEY'RE MURADS!
MURADS would be lower priced if we left out
all or part of the 100%Turkish tobaccos of the purest
and bet varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior
grades of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS-they'd only be
Foxes !
Judge for yourself-!
S c 1atention iscalled
[Tiurd 2dsiin T oxes 4 and E ypitan 9Ili

Tickets--Children, 75 cents.

Students, $1.00

Adults, $1.50
For Sale at Wahr's & Graham

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