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gan Daily Supplement
To Student Directory
NU"IER TWO

I

ed by
terary
'21, a
Ixford.

a. va-

nil

of tihe
visit-
,from
int old
Jacobs

Bower, Warren E., Grad., 116 N. State. Quincy, 410-W.
Bowles, Herbert G., '24, 422 Packard. Muskegon, 2165-J
Brake, Donald P., '24E, 210 S. Thayer. Fremont, 2488-M
Briscoe, Harold R., '25E, 602 K. Liberty, 2459-M
Brown, Arthur H., '22D, 429 S. Division. Tecumseh, 1741-R
Brown, Edward E., '24, 617 S. Division. Traverse City, 2726-W
Brown, Meer M., '23, 510 E. Jefferson. Traverse City, 1668-J
Brown, Thorne J., 1003 E. Huron. Grand Rapids, 909
Brusie, D. Wilmot, '22M, 1103 E. 'Washington. North Branch, 1896
Butler, Roy E., '24, 1224 Washtenaw. Battle Creek
C
Capron, E. Stuart, '22E, 1122 Forest. Buffalo, N. Y.
Carrett, E. H., '25, 812 Monroe. Niles, 1471-M
Cavanaugh, Robert, '24, 444 S. State. Paw Paw, 937-R
Chandler, Carl C, '23Ed, 604 Oakland. Chelsea, 2127-R
Chapin, H. J., sp, 914 Sybil. Springfield, Ill., 804
Chappell, Leslie E., '25, 809 K. University. Lakewood, 0., 1561i
Charash, Joe F., 238 S. Thayer, 713-W
Chen, S. T., '22, 917 Mary, 307
Christman, L. R., '23, 1706 Geddes. Toledo, 0., 2967-J
Chubb, Donald B., '24, 604 E. Madison. Romeo, 1328
Clark, C,. B. 102 Glen, 802-M
*Clawson, Douglas P., '25, 315 Packard. Upper Montclair, N. J. 2124-R.
Codel, Martin,~ '24, 906 Greenwood. Hibbing, Minn., 1205-H*
Cong~er, Eugene F., '24E, 1224 Washtenaw. Lima, 0.
Conover, G. W., '25, 1127 Prospect. Maroa, Ill., 601-W
Conrad, H. G., '25, 429 S. Division. Traverse City, 1741-Rr
Cook, H. G., '22, 506 E. Jefferson. Muskegon Hts., 516-M
Cook, Thos. R., '22E, 804 E. Monroe. Norwalk, 0., 1114-W
Cooper, Beatrice, '24, 1051 Lincoln. Toronto, Ont.
Crandell, Win. T., '.24, 311 Thompson. Cadillac, 1198-3
Cronyn, T'heodore, sp. K, 943 Greenwood. Plandome, N.. Y. 2401-M
Culver, Donald C., '22P, 914 Hill. Saginaw, 2372
Curley, Spencer P., '23, 1350 Geddes. Verona, N. J.
D
Daniels, Fred H., '24, 410 E. Jefferson. Detroit, 1246-H
De Vera, S. A., Grad., 613 Hill. Philippines, 1370-W
Dickman, F. J., 114 Twelfth
Donahue, Thomas J., '23, 504 S. State.Scranton, Pa.,. 1069.
*Doonlan, L. J., '23K, 110;'S. Ingalls. Greenland, 1722-M
(Continued in Saturday's issue)

*Bilble, Violnist,, to Teach Here America from London, arrived in Ann
E. ~ fomanownBilleforerl aArbor Monday. Mr. Bilbie intends to
K. vtomanownBilieforerl aremain here and will give lesosns on
violinist in the Pittsburgh Symphony the violin, viola and piano in both De-
orchestra, who has just returned toI troit and Ann Arbor.
F LANDER
FOR
LOWER
Phone 294-F2 phone 294-FlI
Branch Store, 715 N. University Ave. 320 E. Liberty St.

SHOWS AT
2:00 - 3:30
7:00 - 8:30

Adults -20c
Kiddies -lOc

C

IFriday So.turday:

Peelee
wit of thf
one of the
characters1

CiHIC
.dellneat(
on the A
day, smi
acters,
them.

( ' I Her

Spring "Dress-Up"

Time is

1~0

IN STAGE
YG ATTRACTS MANY
1students attended the
eeting of the class in
which was held at 4
day afternoon in room
ics building. W.. W.
nt professor of physics,

ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
SCHEDULE EtFFEiCTIVE OCT. 10, 192!
Read Down Central Standard Time
A.M. P.M P.M. A&PM
Daily Daily Daily Daily
7:30 1 :3o Ii. Adrian ...Ar. 7.00 12:45
8:05 2:05 .. Tecumsek .... 6:25 12:10
8:25 2:25........ Clinton...... 6:05 .rr:50
9:15 3:15 .....Saline ....5:15 r1i:00'
9:45 3:45 Ar Ann Arbor Lv. 4:45 10:30o
A. M. P.M P. M. A&tPM
Read Up
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS

For your approval we are now showing the latest and:r
exclusive Spring Models in as beau~tiful an assortment 6f
terings as has ever been displayed in any single season.
Lindenschmitt- Apfel '&C
Ann Arbor's Leading Clothiers and Furnishers
209 SOUTH 4MAIN STREET

rgment
the Ur

yf

will conduct thle class.
The formation of this class was
made possible by authority .given at
a recent meeting of the faculty of the
College of Literature, Science, and the
Arts. Tt will conisist of -a regular
course jn the physical laws of light,
shade, afid color,
S6 P-airs $1.50
EGTJARANTEEQ
TrO WEAR
6 Manths
SWithout Darn>ing
SAgain the opportunity to ;enjo
Sfreedom from the nusiance that5
5all despise-the sock with ahole5
in it!.
5The hose problem solved-the ,"
5bother of darning done away 9E
with!=
SDarned socls are unsightly, un-
5comfortable and injurious. A
darned sock is as bad as a corn-
canbe hecause of lasting trouble.
- ao0
-Hose for Men
-represent sock insurance for-
all wearers. 6 pairs, 6 months,:
5without darning, only $1.50!1
SWell made from 4-ply material,
5with specially reinforced ,heel
5and toe.-
S Get your supply before they are
5all gone.=
-a
wa
- a
- a{{{{{~ ul11111 tlil{ll{II1

P.M.
3:30 Lv.. Adrian . ..Ar.
4:05 .... ecum~seh .
4:25 ...Clinton ..
.5;1 . Saline .. ...
5'5 Ar. Ann Arbor Lv.

.... . £ -_- i A W I

,,, ' .,tea. _
r 1,

Fresh from the front row cho-
rus of the peppiest show on
Broadway, Patricia Parker
started for a needed rest in the
country. With her big Great
Dane lap dog, she descended
'upon the bucolic surroundings
of Silas Wainwright. an old
friend of her father, and the
dignified and wealthiest: citizen
of the little town of Wain-
wright.

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b 4
T

At the time of her arrival Silas
was laying down the law to
Horace Kane, a wealthy young
dumb-bell who thought he
would like to be the husband of
Emily, the 'Wainwright pride
and joy. Her sense of justice
aroused, Patricia immediately
took the part of Horace, and
from then on determnred to
play Cupid for the romance of
"Emily and herdumb~bell.

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9:09
8:2a
8:05
7:E5
>6:45
P'.M.

FRIDAY -- SATURDAY

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4; ARBOR
SHINING
Repairing
TI Cleaning
Blocking
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k.ST LIBERTY

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Shows At 2;00-3:30-7:00-8:45

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Hu emnan, Violinist

:)fcert

HILL AUDITORIUM--Tuesday Evening March 14

(APPEARING INSTEAD OF RAISA AND RIMINI)

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