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THE MICHIGAN DAILY,

TAXI

Cow 35 Cents
Every Passenger Insured
Against Accident,

Chimes Contest
Advances Slowly
Ten stories have been entered in
the Chimes' contest which closes
April y5. "That is by no means dis-
couraging," sad Francis M. Smith,
'22, managing editor of Chimes, "It
is usually the case that the majority of
stories- come in during the last few
days."
Smith stated that he would like to
see a number of stories handed in to
disprove the rumor that there is a
lack of interest in writing on the cam-
pus. "People are apt to think," he

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added, "that the small number of stor-
ies entered so far is an Indication of
this lack of interest. This'is not at
all true because most of the student
writers hold their stories until the
last moment, correcting, polishing,
and working out the rough spots in
them."
James. Oliver Curwood, '00, one of
the judges in the Chimes contest, is
the subject of the frontispiece of the
March issue, drawn by James Mont-
gomery Flagg, which will be out soon.'
Drug Company to Build Near Campus
Wickel and Fletcher Drug company
have purchased the lot on the south-
east corner of East University and
South University, for the construc-
tion of a three-story block. Their
drug store will occupy the first floor
and the others will be used for flats.
Patronize Daily Adverttsers.-Adv.
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
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Michigan Daily Supple
To Student Directory
NUBER SLX

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Mason, Luther A., '23, 826 Tappan. Greeley, Colo., 114
Maxcy, Wm. Frank, '25, 808 Packard. Rochester, N. Y., 370-W
Merkle, John W., '24, 727 E. University. Waterbury, Conn., 941-J
Merrick, Harry J., '25, 504 S. State. Scranton, Pa., 1069
Meyerfeld, Wm. S., '22E, 920 Greenwood. Detroit, 2959-M
Miller, C. G., '25, 1012 W. Liberty. Fort Wayne, Ind., 1215-M
Miller, Geo. D., '23, 1017 Oakland. Milwaukee, Wis., 2666
Miller, Herman, '25, 1217 Geddes. Crystal Falls, 2112-W
Million, Helen, '24, 644 E. University. DesMoines, Ia., 2445-J
Mills, Wm. L., '24, 608 E. Jefferson. Ann Arbor, 349-J
Maddin, Milton, '24, 805 E. Huron. Detroit, 1462-W
Mitchell, Helen G., '22, 1503 Washtenaw. Flint, 1325
Monroe, Stanley E., '24, 1114 White. Bangor.
Moore, Mary S., '24, 602 Packard. Bay City, 2704-M
Moore, Paul M. Jr., '22M, 540 Walnut. Ann Arbor, 1985-W
Moorman, J. Fern, '24, 1227 Washtenaw. Muskegon, 1847-R
Morris, Clyde Y., '23L, 302 S. Division, 2551-W
Mulder, P. J., Grad., 308 E. Madison. Holland, 1395-R
Mulliken, D. E., '24, 920 Monroe. Pelham, N. Y., 2280-W
Mummery, Dorothy, '23, Martha Cook bldg. Denver, Colo., 290
Meyer, C. G., '23, 408 Church. Genoa., N. Y., 2536-J
Meyers, Errol L., '25E, 515 Monroe, Detroit, 1457-R
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Nagle, Nathan, '23, 710 Haven. Gowanda, N. Y., 2034-R
Natchez, Benj. H., '25, 925 S. State. Jackson, 1112-W
Nearing, Guy M., '25, 733 S. State. Bowling Green, O., 2999
Neely, Leona, '23, 1130 Oakland. Bradford, Pa., 2166-W
Nelson, Chester E., '22, 115 N. Ttayer. Marquette, 1416-R
Newby, Ira P., '23E, 428 Hamilton. Anthony, Kans., 2545-M
Nickel, Ernst R., '23, 643 Tappan. Pittsburg, Pa., 1582-M -
Noble, Frederic Cz, '25E, 416 S. Fifth. Grand Rapids, 2816-J
Nowicki, Leo J., '25E, 318 E. Jefferson. Detroit, 1058-J
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Oakes, Harry R., '24, 816 E. Huron, 1848-R
Ockes, Florence L., Grad., 910 E. Washington. Chicago, Ill., 1724-J
O'Connell, Frank, '23E, 526 Packard. McGregor, 1951-M
Oldham, Eugene W., '25E, 301 Liberty. Petoskey, 2956-J
Orlette, Alfred N., '23, 611 Hoover. 'New York City, 2373-R
Orr, Edith iM.,,'24, 621 Church. Manistique, 863-R
P
Paley, David, '25, 422 E. Huron. Chicago, Ill., 2522-R
Palmerlee, Faith E., Grad., 1030 Baldwin. Lapeer, 2422-J
(To be continued in Thursday's issue)

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Expressing Yor Personality
in HOUSE OF YoU TH"
Clothes
r/HE representative College Girl
eagerly awaits, each . season, the
fashions from "The House of Youth"
-the foremost creators. of Youthful
Clothes in Amexica. For, this establish-
ment has studied the College Girl verily
on her native heath, and has woven
her characteristics, her dreams--the
yery essere of her refined, modern self-
into its fashions.
Have you seen the, new "House of
Youth" ,Frocks, Suits and Wraps for
Spring? You will find them admirable!
A certain smart shop in your town has
them. If you do not know which one,
please do us the honour of communicat-

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Advanced Pupis'
Play Tonight At
SchoolOffMu sic
Advanced students of the School of
Music will give their .next program
at 7:30 tonight at the school. A fea-
ture of the concert will be the second
and third movements of Beethoven's
quartet in A major, Opus 18,' No. 5,
for the strong choir. Those taking
part will be D. H. Sinclair and Joseph-
ine Cohable, violins, - Clarence Post,
viola, and W. L. Newbury, violon-
cello.
The complete program in addition
to the opening quartet is as follows:
Impromptu' in C sharp Minor, Op.
28, No. 3 ...............Reinhold
Margaret Martz
Two Etudes ... .........Chopin
Gage Clark .
Pastorale and Capriccio......Scarletti
Invention in Octavio ... ....Bach
Mary Louise Maxwell
The Fountain of the Seque Paola,
Griffes
The Lorelei...... .. .....Liszt
Geraldine 'McHenry

GIFTS TO WILSON
FUND NEAR $300
Approximately $300 has been con-
tributed to the Wilson Foundation
fund, ar fund created by popular sub-
scription for "giving awards from the
income of the fund, from time to time
through a nationally constituted com-
mittee, to the individual or group that
has rendered, within a specified period,
meritorious service to democracy,
public welfare, liberal thought or
peace through justice," according to
Dean Alfred H. Lloyd of the graduate
school who is in charge of the fund at
Michigan.' No campaign has been
made in behalf of the fund nor has
there been a canvass for subscrip-
tions but contributions are coming in
quite satisfact'orily," says Dean
Lloyd.
No time limit has been set when
contributions will no longer be accept-
ed and any students, members of the
faculty or townspeople who wish to
make subscriptions to the fund may
do so, through the mail or in person
at the office of-the dean of the gradu-
ate school in University; hall.
Buy your class toques from Daily
advertisers.-Adv.

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Dozen Set to

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Keep Fit

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in
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Life

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Keeping fit ought to be fun but it never has been until
Walter Camp came along with his "Daily Dozen"---and
set it to music on a phonograph.
Walter Camp's "Daily Dozen", exercises, set to music,
*will help you, nand give you such a good time every
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Don't think for a minute that you need to spend half
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Only ten minutes of Walter Camp's scientifically
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as much arm-and-leg exercise. And when you do these
exercises to the rhythm of spirited music, you get into
the swing of them in a way that makes you finish up the
ten minutes in a glow of pleasure and a tingle of ambi-
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Walter Camp has solved your exercise problem for you
---and we are the distributors for this wonderful system
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Come in for free demonstration and literature.
Complete outfits, including records, charts and a beau-
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