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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I

Student Directory Supplement

Topper, Willis E, 127

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524 Hill Greensburg, P
T

Van Camp, Gordon D, '27
Van Antwerp, Lisle S, '25E

917 E xHuron Ponti.
E Ann Grand Rapi

Lawrence C. Leonard, W. Calvin Patterson, Paul Starrett, Willia m ^A. Buffalo AluniIF led ?P'sid
Pa. 99-14 Cameron. James Murphy, Philip Kling, Robert J. Wilson, C. Coo1 ldge, .James Van inwagen, es-'931
George, F. Fiske. me r vice-president of the Uni
ac 2291-R Senior Society---See Rosemary Lawrence, 24; 217. of Mich~igan Club in Buffalo, ha
ids 7 7-W Sonth African~ Students' Club-See J. H. Cilliers, IN4D: 2721-NV. I hosen its president followir
SPi V, 555 S Division, 2524-M-Gilbert Appelhof, Jr., Chas. ;I. ler~erecent death of Duncan H. Pier
~potN.~. 108JPaul S. Calkins, George L. De Foe, Karl J. -Fairbanks , Sch,Yl ,r 13. tormer president.
kpcr, O.hio 3-J Elliott, HjalnierS. Hansen, Merle D. Latson, Victor Owen. -Morley-
1. 20-tPiggott, Kenneth Richards, Willard D. Spencer, 1iaroldl A. Storms.,. It's true efficiency to use
JonP. Sutter, C. Glenn Winger, Edgar R. Wightmai, IHerbert Pek Classifieds,-Adv.

Weaver, Willis Jr, '24E 318
'tWeisenburger, Francis P, Grad
W el leld, Marion J, '27 736 S
WekWalter C 500 S Fifth

E Jefferson Lack
513 Elmn Defu
State Chicago, II;
l Detroit 522-1

v1

Ada<Lir, A beia', 2E

220 S. In alls Pay City
J(,21 Hll "nn11Arb1or'

2909-J
Mo. 2991
2574-M

Willkening, Friedel C, '24Ea 727 S State
Wilson, Robert J, '25 426 N Ingalls
Wineberger, Milton, '27 220 S Ing, lls
7

Unionville
Grand Ra_ pids
Mt Clenvei ns

X285y
16t
29 U9-J

~Beriin akN'6 0)inghiam, harry E, '26 41
3rninnhouse l, Lhugo;, '24lE
Prown, Dale A, '24F: 1021
13:rges:s, Laurence E , '24 8

II
38 Cath erine Cadliz, Ohio
13 Thom'Pson G ob)les- 633-1
college HIeight Ypsilanlti
Hill Evart. 2574-W
812 E Cathzerine Gra nd RaPid(15
C

Zellans, Irving, '20

537 S5 Iivisio)n

Chicago, Ill.

1.31;-1

1''7 'IT

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8s- W t

Facuill y
Techn iciani in Home opath ic Laboratory

Cameron, William A, '27
Charter, Clarence L, .'27
Claws(;v, D(ouglas P, '26
Clinton, William 315 N,
cooali'de, Chairles A, '27E
Corbett, Htazel E, S of M,
Crosby, Emerick Mc 50~c

42G North Ingalls Chicago, Ill. 1
531 Forest Man istiquae 702-J
915 Sybil Montclakir, N JI 12714V
Statie Walkerville, Ont. 2273-M
424 N Ingalls Clevelanid, Ohio
515 S Fourth 3324-M
9 S Division; 293-M

to

tAvery. Marga ret A. AB
Mill 2574-W
Hart, James, PhD In
2018 '(208 Ex. 121
Lewis, Ben W, AM In
(in) (A E±c)
McGovern, Irene E St
Mary 2480-W (12,
Noble, Jeannette Ass
(127 Medic. 37)

nstructor in Political -scien
ristructor in Economnic,,

1.331 Wasl

1 021
h ten aw
2332
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2923-J

315 S Divisionl..

BUY YOUR XMAS GIFTS EARLY! _ CUT
Next month is Christmas month. Christmas always indicates ~Sls
in and see our big display of Christmas gift goods now..towes
An Early Selection Gives Best Choice..
iiTim, STATE
REPAI
THE EBERBACH & SON CO. -- "301 South
200-204 E. LIBERTY ST. 1E Nxto'
_ _ _ _ _ __.........M.., ......._M_ . - I - i ii t
___________________________ ___

RATE
.ICES
Hleels, and
e Repairing
First class w~
repair jobs.
STREET 5]
IR, SHOP
fState Street
Wagner & Co.

16

5tenographer :to the Dean of Medical. School
27 Medic. 37)
S't Sec'y, Medical School 936 Marys

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Davis,, Allen J, '26 917 E Huron Detroit 2291-11
De-ibel, Jack C, '27 1021. Hill Youngttown, Ohlio 2574-W
DeView, Orval C, '24 1021 Hill11 Evar.t 2574-W'r
D~oty, Ralph J, '25E~ 921 Dewey Ann Arbor 2842-M
Douglas, Neal A, '20 402 E Jefferson Ann Arbor 1076
Douglass, Robert R^, '27 917 E lHuron Binghamton, N. Y.
Drexel, Fred,,erick 13, '24E 1302 Packard Detroit 749-W
Dupbernell, George, '25E 109 N Thayer - 1223-M

~Organizations
Sigma PhIi, 426 No. Ingalls.. 16-R. Gerveys Grylls, L. F. 'Adelbert Mitch-
ell, John E. Dinwiddie, Julian E. Mack, John A. B~owen, Russel S.
Scribner, Robert M. Fox, James K. Miller, Eben M. Graves. Gordon 0.
Rice, John R. J. Grylls, John E. Clark, Franklin Al. Thompson, J. Bray-'
ton D~eane, D. Austin Howell, A. Allen howell, Raymond Olson,

2291-RI

Thne Sagae

A-

Evans, Evelyn, '24

F
2026 Hill Detroit
F

321 3-J

Fellows, IPrney ;F, '27D
Piske, George F, '27,,420G
Io remnan, Mahlon IL, '24F

1021 hill Columbiaville ;
N Ingalls Sherborn,- Mass
415 N Division Bellefonte,I

2;574-W
16
Pa,. 320-J

Gallancy, Daniel. J,'
Gallancy, William,'
Greeon, E-lizabeth, S
C.reiling, Chester A,
Goldman, Julian N,
Goldwater, "W alter,
Gumm, Ira E, Spec
Gutekunst, F 11

'27 1021 Hill Rochester, N. Y. 2574-W
24E+ 1021" hill Rochester, N. Y. 2574-W
of M 418 Thompson P~ort -Clinton, 0. 7
'27E 211 S Ingtalls Detroit 849-W
'27 808 E Ann Buffalo, N. Y. 694-J
'27 710 E Ann New York City 71-M
521 E Jefferson 1422-W
515 Walnut Gowanta, N. Y. 2105-R
H1

782-J

Il£ammerberg, Kuno 3025 Division
Mayes, Laughlin T, '243 711 3 Ann
H.icks, Irobert A, '24 332 Maynard
Hirschfeld, Oscar W, '24 708 Haven.
Hoben, Edmund 11, '27E 011 Church
Hoffman, J Theodore, '25E 200 N St
How e, Wa rd Allan, '25 214 N "Ingalls
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Carney 2551-W
Ann Arbor 1686-W
IBenton Harbor 1198-W
Ave Ci ncinnati, 0. 1330-M
E Kalamazoo 2130-W
ate 1248-J
Firanklinvilie, N. Y. 1731-W

Garrick
Chills do a marathon on the spine
of the spectator when he witnesses l
the performance of "The Cat and the
Canary" which starts at. the Garrick
theater in Detroit today. This pro- j
duction has had two seasons in New,
York and one in Chicago. The; com-
pany visiting here is the one which1
played for thirty-six weeks at the
Princess Theater in Chicago. The
cast includes Emily Taft, Louis Kim-
ball, John King and Sue Van Duzer.
Professors Study in France
Prof. "William A. McLaughlin and
Prof. Hugo P. Thieme, of the Ro-
mance languages department; are
away on leave of absence this year.
They are studying in France, although
not on assigned subjects for the Uni-
versity. They are expected to return
in September.
Obtalis Absenice Leave
Professor James B. Edmonson, of
the University school of education,
and professor of secondary education~,
has been granted a leave of absence,
to become effective the second semes-
ter of the school year. He will spend
the. second term of this year in fur-
ther ,study in the University of Chi-
cago, and will return to' the IUniver-
sity, next fail.
THE CALL FOYHELPi

The candy eaters of Ann
Arbor are educated in the
selection of finer blends in
Chocolates.
In recognition of this deli-
cate task we have added

BUY A MAN 'S

GIFTS

IN A MAN'S

STJ)}R "E

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Ingle, R V, '25F 502 F Jefferson To ledo, Ohio
Ireland, Mark L, '26E 314 E~ Liberty 2135-M
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PAGE AND
SHAW'S

Johnson, Chester W, '27
Johpison,, Smith E, '24
Jones, Charles C, 27
KlnPili, '27. 420
Kurtti, Helen 1W, Grad

G16 S Division Minneapolis, Minn.
812 I Catherine Grand Rapids 88-W
513 Elmn Defiance, Ohio 366-M
K

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internationpally known, and

N Ingalls Grosse Pointe
1844 Wilmot 614-J
IL

16

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NORRIS

You can give- him. nothing
more pleasing, more useful

.3

Lane, Lucian, '26Lh 9163 Oakland Kansas City, Mo.. 1667
Latta, H1 K, '24 1101 Olivia Richmond, Inda. 2006-M
Lindsay, Wendell W 413 Thompson Mt Morris 633-J
MT
Maines, Chas. A ,X11 Church 2130-W
Mablit, John D, '25IF 909 ;1 Huron Jackson 1273-JT
-~~~~~ tlm ~r~~~m r uron' Woodball, N. Y. 2291-R
Meycring, Leonard, '24 1408 Cranger Ave Grand Rapids 3209-W
Murphy, James F, Jr, '27 426 N Ingalls. Detroit 16

exquisite candies
complete 'line of

to our

than madras shirts.

Plain

Newell, RH1H, '26E
Nichols, R K, '20

N
405 E Jefferson
405 E Jefferson
0

'UGILBERT'S
ICHOCOLATES

or patterned;.

with collars

Garber, Ia. 1860-J
New York City 1860-3

or without.

Real values at

Osborne, Allen hR. 'q7 915 Sybil
Olney, William IL 528 Packard

Painted Post, N. Y.
2845-M

1668-W

P
Panchuk, John, '26 211 S Ingalls
Parker, John H, Jr, '2C, 1021 Hill
Peilen, .Joseph, '24 , 545 S 5th Ave
Phillips, W'illiamn L, '26 611 Church
Pilarski, Max L X534 Hill 2417-M

Weatch Our Candy Cases.

Grosse Pointe, Victoria 849-W
Youngstown, Ohio 2574-W
St Paul, Minn. 2458-M
2130-W

2.75

G. Claude Drake's.

Rankin, Laura, S of M
Rosenzweig, Newton

418 Thompson Bad Axe 782-J
808 1 Anne 634-J
S

Salzmnan, Elmer H, '24 1614 Geddes Ave Yuma, Coo. 30
Satterthw-aite, Joseph C, Grad 513 Elm Tecumnseh 366-?
Scheid, Edward L 543 Elizabeth St Ann Arbor 320-W
Schwartzberg, Ralph M 333 F Ann Negaumee 679-M
Scratch, Walter, '26L. 943 Greenwood Kingsville, Out. 24
Shierman, Philip T, '25A' 513 Elm Defiance, Ohio 366-M
Sohin, David R 515 Walnut St Hartford, Conn. 2145-R
Stauffer, Kenneth E, '27 1021 Hill Salem 2574-W
Stephens, Robert A, 24E 431 Thompson Sandusky, Ohio
Stern, S A, '27 2736 S State Chicago, Ill. 2866-H
Stocker, C A, '26E 109 N Thayer 1223-M
;storms, Harold A 555 S Division 2520-M
Sullivan, Harry .<! '27 617 Whaley Ct McKeesport, Pa. 3
Sutter, John P 555 S Division 2520-M
Sweet; Margery F, 25 Betsy Barbour House Dowagiac

;472-M
1401-W

when a fire is raging, brings to the
mind quickly the necessity of fireI
insurance. Every home should be in-
sured. You may be as careful as you
please, but fire will break out when
and where it is least expected. Get a
policy from us without delay, and be
on the safe side. The Companies weI
represent are all reliable and prompt
payers..

Drug

Others at $2 to0$¢

and Prescription
Store

iI

St ate and N. University
Phone 308
"THE QUARRY"

RELE

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36 9-M

BUTLER INISURANCE
209 First Nat'l Bank Building

Mlain at Washington

3289-M

PHON~E 401-M

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rp

3237

I SWEE.T CIDER

Ini lots of 1 gal. or more

PHONE 380-

WNE UlVR

W AGNER CIDER MILL
1'. ain St., Jus~t North of Mlachine Specialty Company
Op&on IFtil 9 P. M~.-Also Sundays
1212 N. M1AN STREET

> I
both the tastily-cooked dinner and the
quiet, informal atmosphere you find here
are plnefo your dinner-hour satis- :
faction. You're cordially invited to come
in any day-a carefully planned menu isj
found during the week as well as on
Sunday. I

O THEATRE

.AMWMW

Starting DI ~~
Sundisay UU LU

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MOM

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Soft. grain leathers are new

AGAINST T llAGAh 4ST
BI1R TH T4 1 1 TH
CONTROL M e 0 - U CONTROL
Approved and endorsed by clergymien-
Health Officials anad the Child's
Conservation League of America.
____API CTUVKEB 1 T

DINNERS

Chicken or Steak or Duck Today,

Only

$1.00

Every Father. 0 0
Mother, Son. and
Daughter should see

Will make you
thilnk analwed
reflect44c.

THE WASHTENAW INN

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