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AFTERNOON ON CORNEILLE
"Characters of Corneille" will be the{
subject of a lecture to be given at 4:15a
o'clock this 'afternoon by E. E. Ro-
a-r

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EDWARDS BROS.
State St. Over College Inn.

villain of the French faculty, in room
203 Tappan hall. This talk will be
under the auspices of the Cercle Fran-
cais and will take the place of the ad-
dress that was scheduled to be given
by + Verett Hackes.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREA'TMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or smrall.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorpdrated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
1Re~oires ........$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
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Hlome of Sweet and Purity
Always Fresh

Michigan Daily 'Supplement
Tro Student Directory
FIRST SERLESTERt-'NUMBER SIX
Sloan, G. E., '23, 1309 Washtenaw. Bloomington, Ill. 2351-R.
Smith, Hazel M., 1227 Washtenaw. Marquette.
Stein, Rachel, '22, S. of M., 1001 E. Huron. Harbor Springs. 1704-R.
Stevenson, Thelma,, 2365 Thayer. South Haven. 1657-M.
Stimpson, Howard S., '24, 403 E. Washington. Holyoke, Mass. 1463-M.
Stone, J. B., '22M, 920 Ei. Washington. Aspen, Colo. 1170-M.
Sturmn, William H., '23D, 107 S. Thayer. Pigeon. 1398.
Sutter, John P., '24E, 1233 Washtenaw. Buffalo, N. Y. 1097-R.
Taft, Chester A., '24, 1705 Washtenaw. Hollywood, Cal. 550-W.
Tavares, Cyrus N., '24, 434 Maynard. Mani, H. I. 283-iR.
Teele, Roy P. Jr., '24E, 715 S. State. Washington, D. C. 72-W.
Tschumy, Robert H., '24, 5391E. University. Fremont, 0. 1064-R.
Vanatta, Hazel, '23, 2365 Thayer. Aledo, Ill. 1657-M.
Vanatta, Nina, '22, 2365 Thayer. Aledo, Ill. 1657-M.
Van Wagoner, M.,D., 1213 Willard. 1456-W.
Vintcn, Margaret E. '21, Martha Cook Residence. Springfield, Mo. 290.
Von V.lkenburg, '22E, 733 E. University. Battle Creek. 1830-.
Washburn, Mary P., S. of M., 206 S. Thayer. Toledo, 0. 988-R.
*Watt, Ralph, '24, 421 Thompson. Detroit. 2672-R.
Weaver, W., Jr., '22E, 610 Church, Ann Arbor. 2642-R.
Webster, Wilmur, '23L, 715 S. State. Monroeville, Ind. 72-W.
Westfall, George A., Spec., 210 N. Thayer. Mt. Carmel, Ill. 1035-H.
Whitaker, Robert Lynn, '24E, 1025 Packard. Marshall. 2663-J.
Whitaker, Thaddeus A., '24, 914 S. State. Passaic, N. J.
White, William T., '24, 715 Monroe. Fort Wayne, Ind. 1575-J.
Wickett, Howard W., '21, 809 Sybil. Maine. 99-R.
Wirtz, Arthur, '22, 903 Mary. Chicago, Ill. 2375-W.
Wolfe, Richard C., '22E, 427 5. Fifth. Chicago, Ill. 2186-H.
Yenowine, S. R.,- Spec. E., 220 S. Thayer. Goodtettsville, Tenn. 1032-R.
Zinemeyer, Wilford, '24, 924 Oakland. Dearborn. 920-H.
FACULTY
Blanchard, Frank N., Ph.D., Instructor in Zoology. 1014 Cornwell..
1110-R. (464'N. S. 24-M.)
Edmonds, Crawford C., A.M., Assistant Professor of Commerce and In-
dustry. 727 Packard. 1485-J. (in) (8 Ec.)
Hickman, Cleveland P., A.B., Assistant in Zoology. 1237 Olivia. (3471
N. S. 24-M.)
Levi, Moritz, A.B., Professor of French. 928 Olivia. 337-J. (in)
(200 S. W.)
MIS CELLANEO US
Alpha Xi Delta, 1008 Hill. 1508-J.
Jordan House, 644 E. University. 2445-J. Bertha Collier, Mildred
Coulter, Lillian Crane, Marion Creaser, Loca Doty, Norma Emer-
son, Lydia Felske, Louise Fulkerson, Katherine Goddard, Portia
Goulder, Marjorie Heartt, Nellie M. Loss, Abigail Lurie, Avon Rich,
Elizabeth Rigby, Abigail Roberts, Dorothy Thomas, Elizabeth M.
Wells, Dorothea Westlake, Irene Wickerhain, Helen Wrightman..
Spaulding House, 1022 Forest. 392-R. Katherine M. Beardslee, Mary
R. Boyd, Vesta M. Farmer, Eunice Fee, Orall Halstead, Catherine
M. Hickey, Margaret I. Jacob, Zita M. Kasper, Rose L. Lehman,
Alexandria McRobb, Marie Monroe, Edith G. Nolan, Thelma L.
Smith, Virginia M. Spaulding, Augusta Stewart, Mary Ellen Read,
Ruth Ann Watkihis, Lillian Watson.

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VETERAN'S BONUS LEAGUE IS
NOT CONNECTED WITH LEGION
Claiming that the association which
calls itself the Veterans' Bonus league
is in no way connected with them and
that they have at no time offered their
support to the movement of the organ-
ization, the Michigan state executive
committee of the American Legion at a
recent meeting, issued a statement to

that effect, The motion in substance
follows:
"That every post in this department
(Michigan) be notified at once that we
know nothing officially of the origin,
purpose, or support of the so-called
Veterans' Bonus league, that we are
opposed to their methods and reported
plans, and that any claim that the
Legion is behind the movement is
without foundation." ,

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SRemember the superior system we use, the perfection
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We have every convenience known to modern dance mas-
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