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April 19, 1922 - Image 3

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it-and now

FORH& NENOLMENT
INCREASE ON CAMIPUS
32 COUNTRIES SEND TOTAL OF 331
PEOPLE TO STUDY AT
MICHIGAN

PROOF-READING COMPLETED
ON 1922 MICHIGANENSIAN
Proof-reading on this year's Michi-
ganensian has been completed and the
annual went to its printers last week,
it was announced yesterday. Since

all work has been completed on time
thus far, the year book should be out
by May 15. This will be the earliest
date of publication in many years.
r"
etch for the "'S,11 Today Is _"N"

U

TELEPHONE 214 F-1

SLI

accos NATURE has produced
finest varieties of pure Turkish
LAVOR of the finest Turkish-
(MENT of the finest Turkish-
)u as will the finest Turkish--
grade and personally selected
in MURAD.
To enjoy 100% pure
Turkish at its VERY
BEST-to reach the
PEAK of Cigarette
Quality-you have but
l to smoke MURAD-
TryMURAD to-
day and
"Judge for
Yourself-!"

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d- 6a

Foreign student attendance is on.
the increase at Michigan according to
Prof J. A. Hildner, faculty adviser to
foreign students. At present there are
331 students from foreign lands ma-
triculating in the various schools on
the campus. This number puts Michi
gunl well up with the leading cosmo-
politan colleges of the country in at-
tendance of foreign students.
Turkey Represented
In this number 32 countries are rep-
resented: Argentine (7), Armenia (11),
Australia (1), Bolivia (5), Brazil (2),
Bulgaria (1), Canada (73), Chie 2,
China (69), Colombia (3), Greece (7),
Hawaii (6), India (16), Jamaica (1),
Japan (21), Java (3), Korea (1), Mexi-
co (6), Nicaragua (2), Panama (1),
Philippines (23), Poland (1), Porto
Rico (6), Peru.(1), Roumania (6), Rus-
sia (2), Siam (3), South Africa (7),
Smyrna (1), Turkey (1, Uruguay (1),
Virgin Islands (1).
These students are distributed
among the different schools on the
campus as follows: Literature, Science
and the Arts (148), Education (2), Law
(4), Music (2), Special (20), Medicine
(15),. Engineering (74), Dental college
(42), Pharmacy (1), Architecture (6),
Graduate (35).
AdviSor Appointed
The University has appointed an ad-
viser to foreign students whose busi-
ness it is to appoint a director of for-
eign, students in the University at the
beginning of the year, to conduct a bu-
reau of information for foreign stu-
dents throughout the year, and to look
out for their general welfare.
The Cosniopolita.n club is a help in
putting the foreign students in touch
with the life of the University. Its list
of activities include such things as:
Lectures on international subjects by
professors and prominent outside
speakers, annual entertainments given
by the club, and a spring trip to near-
by cities.
Past Philippine
Secretary Comes
For Visit Here
Dean C. Worcester, '89 former sec-
rotary of the interior of the Philip-
pine islands and author of numerous
books dealing with various phases of
the conditions in the' islands is in Ann
Arbor visiting friends.
Mr. Worcester after graduating from
the University became a member of the
faculty, serving as professor in the
zoology department and curator of the
zoology museum. At the present time
he is residing in the Philippine islands.
While in Ann Arbor Mr. Worcester
and Mrs. Worcester are visiting their
son, Frederick L. Worcester, '22. They
have recently been in New York city
on a busines trip and plan to sail from
Seattle April 29.
CLEVELAND ALUMNI TO HEAR
"MICHIGAN NIGHT" PROGRAM
Cleveland alumni of the University
will hear the "Michigan Night" pro-
gram, which is to be broadcasted by
the Detroit radio station Saturday
night, April 29 as a feature of their
annual dinner.
co
woRO.f HoT A'BY-
? \1 AND 1T

4

Day.
Be SURE it's a
IF IT ISN'T A
F R O S B I TE
IT ISN'T FILLED WITH
PHONE 2830 PHONE
I CE CREA M
LJ'ery flabor meets pvith favor

Tweed

trousers

7.50

G e t a pair of these
extra trousers for your
tweed; suit, Made to
match most gray and
brown patterns. Bell
bottoms. Half-top pock-
ets. They'll double
the life of your suit.
$7.50

,"

Copyright 1922 Hart Schaffner & Marx

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ITS

N ORF 0 LKS- -
popular for spring
EVERY well dressed men will have
sports clothes in his wardrobe

this

season.

Many follow .,Norfolk

lines; others have half belts;

various

°:t

Satisfies the sweet tooth
and aids appetite and digestion.
Cleanses mouth and teeth.,
A great boon to smokers,
relieving hot, dry mouth.

kinds of yokes and plait arrangements.
With two pair of trousers they'll give
long satisfaction and wear.

M1

*3O'

S$45

-I-,. \

Combines
benefit.

pleasure

and

Don't miss the joy of the
new WRIGLEY'S P-K-the sugar-
coated peppermint tid bit!

If you 're not satisfied
_-- money back

14

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ON'T let your plumbing
D'problems worry you.
Tell us about them and
we'll be on the job immediate-
ly. Whether your heating
arrangements need overhaul-
ing or there's some plumbing
that needs installing we're
toe proper parties to appeal
to Phone us.
WM. HOCHREIN
Plumbing and Heating

Reule Conln Fiegel

7,

Company
Mrain Safi-eet at Washington

C29

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Phone 525

211 S. 4th. Ave.

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For Electrical

Telephone

Washtenaw Electric Shop

273

'200 , Washington

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