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SILL DEBATE TONIGHT
E Hoover Aide May
Do You Know Soon Resign Post
____________ Tor $100,000 Jobr
needs ot a Women's field house":'
extension and improvements
for the journalism department?!
needs for a new museum?
D+ ubv I lielws Fleet Ralroad-, to C(onsolidate
1UsIINSOE T E Aboard the L. S. S. HedroPan- IPeoria, 1l1., AMirchl -(B yA.P.)---
f U OP[NTO MEN taan 1 Aa, Mrch 15.- M(13 " Radio to Stockholders of theULke lErie and
-- ~the A. '.)-Sceretary Denbly and the i Western railroad mtnetiug here yegter-
Stiidents Needed to Work' in Detroit ( ,gCc1 SiO h arty beer fns joint na- voted unanimouslyI for consolidation
jEtcc r <<cMail Sorting T'ermiinal Val x ianc ~yetra F~ d ,the ith the N. Y., Chicago and St. Louis
combined( United St ates fleet. Mecmbers
rof the party later boarded th%, « rai y
T'wenty-five students are needed b:) sin.
the postotice authorities to work in the Thv way to rent a room. is with o
Detroit term~inal sorting mail during Try a Classified Ad--a pays.--Add, "Daily Classifled".-Adv.
the week enids. Those who desire to
apply for positions are requested tco jI+,^^
report immediately to Mrs. Stewart i~r
the Dean of Men's office in University;F O V R
hall. The rates will be .$5.23 for eight FL W
hours a day on Saturdays and Sun.'
days and it will be possib~le for Jzin C ra
to, earn $15 a week-end by working
one (day overtime andl conimnanding. ') tNA
time and a. half pay The positions PaEsa d F r s JI( UIA
The plan is to house both the sur-
N eying depart ment and the arebitec-
tiural colleg e in the same building.
The site in view for the struc:,ture isl
directly behind the Martha Cook dor-
11nitery. in1 1906 there were 16 arch-
itectural students and this number
ba-s increased to 525 today. Both
the architecture and engineering
colleges are located in the Engineer-
ing building which was designed to
accommodate 1,000 students. At pre- I
sent, tlire are .2,000 student engineer,
and incre space is necessary. The
surveying department has moved fiveI
times since 1895 and is now tempor'-
arily located in the basemicnt of the!
Library. Notice has been given thau
the department must vacate in 1925.
Both departments need floor space,
lockers, storage andl consultation
Front kitto. ribt: IL. J. Glasgow, 12;, Gei-rit IDeninink, '14_,i ad N. ti.
+ 11ioluoi 2,
Mieligan'*s affirmative team will. debate at 8 o'clockl tonight in Hill au-
ditoriuxm a in:t the 'University of Wis consin negative trio. The question con-
cern the us, of injunctions in the se ttlcincnt of labor disputes.
wi last till June ;30. No transp~orta-
tion will be palid to Detroit.
Recommendations will be made
through the office of the Dean of M enl
for those considered worthy of Placest
Wind ShIft Sieves Observatory
Pasadena, Cal., Mlarch 15.--(l v A
P.)-A shift in the wind. apparently
saved Echo Mountain observatory on
a shoulder of Mount Lowe from a for-
est fire raging along the Sierra Madre
mountain yesterdlay afternoon.
FLOWERS BY WIRE
Cousins & Hal
611 EAST UNIVERSITY AVE.
Michig an Daily Supplement
To Students' Directory
p NUMfBER FOUR
rooms and a laboratory. ('laudilus H. iluston
ye * Ti Repo rts from Washington, D. C., are
Buildings must have sites. Te- to the effect that Cla udius 11. IHuston,
$600,000 asked for lanrd purchases will 1issal ertr fcmecIIa
be spent for sites for b~uildings not r'esign his post to become head of the
yet providedl for. This money is high- rewlyorgaie ol omre«r
ly important. In the past land heas
been offered, the University and refus- !poratc ni 100,00 prldC ymer ec
ed, but new needs are pressing and
consequently prices are high. All the; mit biologists, to comb~ine in many I
sites owned at present by the Univer- practical and theoretical studies. An
city, except one, are specifically de- iimomediate removal to a site on Uni-
signatc~l for b~uildin~gs which have been versity property at Grapevine Point is
provided for. imperativ e. In this way the station's=
work may be carried on to the best
The present location of 1tre biolog- advantage, enable it to give its best
ical station at Douglas Lake in Che- 3services to the state, and uphold the3
boygan. county has proved unsatis-j scientific standing of the University.j
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service to be of the most- use to you should
be also intelligent and interested.
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Rockwell, Heil M., '26,,301, E. Liberty, Pontiac. 2956-1-t
Ros off, Jamne, L., '23, 210 N. State. Grand Forks, N. J. 751-W.
Ross, Donald M., '25A, 530 S. Division. Port Hurton. 1203-F1.
Ross, John W., '2 E, S Geddes Hi Sault Ste. Marie. 2217-J,
Ross, Victor. F., '26, 215 .S. Blayer. Capetown, S. Africa.
Ross, Julius F., '261;, 521 Monroe. Toledo, 0. 1270-J.
Sandeen, Ralph A., '26, "414 E. Wiiliams.Oa.1 Park, 1ll. 1': -M
Sawyer,,Earl, '26A,.81l. E. kHurpn. Redforki. I-J
S.wy(er, Walter fWade' '26,,631 Oakland. Jaokson."
SOI~ermerho tn, Charles 13By,K '25E, 414, L. Williams. D~etroit
Schlaack, 'Wien, '24, 1503 Washtenaw. Birminghtam. 1325.,
Schnitz, Soll5', '25, 604 Mary Court.. Benton Harbor. 986-ft.
Sebuiling, Henry, '23E~, 6't1 Oakland. Griand Rapids. 2808-W.
Shapiro; Jacob;,'.25, 816 Pack-ard.- Cleveland, 0. 2435-"M.
Shepard, J. L, '25E,'109 1. 14th. Dowagiac.
Silver, S.C!.,,°24D,, 906 E. Ann.a Detroit. 707-11.
Simonsky,, Raphael, '25, 939 Greenwood. Toronto, Ont. 28613-J.
Slatcher, Ethel, '24, 438 Maynard. - 4ndlay, 0. 2136-J.
Smith, 1-arolki L., '24, 944 Greenwood. Grand Rapids. 17618-1-
Smith, Rth-:R., '24,,519-,., Division: Mohawk.. 2182-..
Steiundlei, C'rV'A., '24, 934,S'. Statec. Muskogon. 2501-4".
Strutnk, -Kenneth G:, '26E, 1102 .Oiland. Detroit. 595.
factory. The quarters fare worn out.
The station has contrihuted many im-
pertant scientific facts and it now oc-E
cupies the leading posit ion amnong;
fresh-water :Rations of Amierica. Itx
propares teachers of bot any, zoology,
..Id th" allied sciences and the (exist-'
- ' fm( lit ies 'and gem ral localion pci'-
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CLEANING & PRESSING
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W0 S. STATE 1.15.11
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK
1 01-10Q5 SO. MAIN
330 So. STATE ST.
That is what this bank tries to be.
---Tang, Chiing rrseng, '23, 1127 Church. Wush, China. 2951-14. !
Thai, Normian R., '26, 739 E. University. Toledo, 0. 2921-W.
Toles, Elsie, '23, 917 Church. Douglas, Ariz.15;2-AV.
Trainer, Margaret, '24, 1503 Washteiiaw. Saleni, W. Va. 1225.
4 Tattle, Lynn J., '24, 804 Monroe. Dos Moines, Ia. 11 14-M.
Van Antwerp, Lee D., '23, 423 HuiiLon E'1. Grand Ra p d a.
Van Antwer-p, Lyle S., '25E, 428 Ilamilton Pl. Grand Rapids.
V anc-e, Merle A, '24D., 301 B. Liberty. Nas:hville. 2956-l1.
Van Hvery, Marione M., '24, 703 Haven. Petoskey. 2497.
Voelker, Edg ar, '23, 910 Sybil. Hersey. 2930-J.
Wagner, Merry C., '23, 1520 S. University. Ionia. 2, '5.
f Wccldborn, Ralph M., '26, 533 Churchi. Detroit. 1153.
W41thpur, William J., Jr., '26, 524 Hill. Scottdale, Pa. 99-A1.
4'alton, Clifford, '25L, 223 S. Ingalls.' Lokce City. 2758-,1.
'Ward, Annette Persis, Grad., 408 E. Jefferson. Alina. 1246i-M."
Weiler,. Josephine, '26, 2,12 12th. omeo. 439.
Wolf, Harry S., '26, 628 Packard.: Wabash, Ind. 2340-ft.
Wright, Norma. '24, B~et sey Barbour Bldg. Detroit. 2676.
Wu, Fu-Kun, '2314, '711 Catharine. Hongkong, China. 843-W.
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A Healthful Habit!
Leadling exlperts0on diet place
milk: and its products first
among essential fouls.
milk ini itsI
nou~iir is hing
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most palatable forin,
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