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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TESD Y, OCTOBERX 28, 1924=

NOTARY SERVICE
PLANNED BYGLUBR
Ilopublican Organization Is Ready
To Handle Absentee Votes
Of Students
SERVIE TOBE F1REF

LaRue A co'm''P'cu
jOf .Scientists

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Anniouncemlent was made by offi- t
-cais of the Republican club- yester-v
dajy that the organization, is nlowr
hready to give notary service absent
voters' ballots. All voters residingl
outside of the state of' Michigan andt
all women voters can .avail themselve~s'
of the service at the table in the cor-
ridor of University hall at the followe-
ing hours: Tuesday from 10 to 5
o'clock; Wednesday from 10 to 12 andt
from 3 to 5 o'clock ; Thursday from 9t
to 11 and from 3 to 5 o'clock.
Ali of the men voters who reside in
the state of Michigan can receive, the
service by applying at Room 302 of the
Union on'Tuesday and Thursday after- .
noon, between 1 and 5 o'clock, and on1
Friday afternoon between 3 and 5
o'clock.f1
There will be no charge for' the
notary service nor for the regular1
postage rate but if the voter desires1
to have 'his ballot sent by registered '
or special delivery mail a fee of 10
cents will be collected.
These ballots must be in the hands
of the election commission at the
place of residence of the 'voter by
Tuesday evening, Nov. 4, in order
that theys may be counted, requiring
that each voter attend to his ballot at
once.
Announcement will be made if the
club secures a special wire for elec-
tion returns on Tuesday evening, as
a is planned.
CITANTGE AND NAME
REISERSEPARATED6

Long trips on river boats, traveling
on mules, and camping in the jiungle'
were some of the ex-petleuces of Carl
D. LaRue of the -botany :department
last year on a government expedition
down the Amazon. Fourteen American;
scientists were .in the group which was
assisted by a commission from the
Brazilian government. -Mr. LaRue was1
the specialist in rubber, drue 'to liis
work fo several years >on Samatra
rubber plantations.
On the Amazon, the boats made slow
progress, and after they had entered
the interior 'it became . necessary for'
the 'boats to proceed witt. great care1
because of the river cehannel being un-
charted. On moonlight nights the boat
kept moving but on 'dark nights thef
travellers were forced 'to remain
moored to the. shore.
After several" changes to smaller
boats it 'was necessary- for the party to
advance on mnules, and: foot for .the
rest of the journey. The path through
the jungle -was 'nearly impos-sible at
times.
Xarque, a sort of jerked beef,. was'
the main' food during the trip. This{
lookc-d like leather 'but was Agitte
tasty when well prepared, according
to M~r. LaRue. Farinha, made from the'
'BRs MAY GIRES EALTH
Compulsory Freshman health lec-

sis E p t io I'rrfl nn ni class of 1920. Bachelor of science in i School of Business Adminstation- Col nbus, Oct. 27-Eight of the 10
xr 5 ~L~UI IPP RII D ecni.caeloierosinge W ird . Bna arne . avo Tiertificates in general business: Ralph pri: rals il the anual Scarlet Mask
roLughi lhiUV enito.Bahlo f cenein eyas arneH.Fvrtplay, "oil Me Nt,"have been cos-
hr ug" u ': 1 civil' engineering: Eustaquio A. Asu-
rT ~ r I n ~ rrzano, as of the class of 1921; Tolan A. George E. Lewis, Arthur F. Vyse, !en."
lI~ltt~uII~rinrrI:Hammond, as of the class of 1923; Jr Lavrin C'.' Whitney, George Wol - __________________
tpoaplant and another item on the l ST401 IT at U S L Ralph A. Hoot, as of the class of 1923; nt.Criiae nbnig a-______________
bill of fare, looks much like course (Continued from Page One) William G. Thompson, A. B., as of the rence J. Fster, Oscar W. Hershfield,
cornmeal. Fish were also -'eaten, the -- class of 1914. Gerald C. Talbot.}
majoriy of wich wre' piarucu. Thisistry: Kenneth L. McQueen, Harold School of Education-Bachelor of College of Pharmacy-pharmace-OrticlAsPoan
fish is sometimes as long as 10 feet w. Mohr, Frank J. Van Natta. lBachlor science in education: Alberta T. Adair tim~l chemist: Walter H.L Scott.:
ofnScience: Sara LcPtchathemGebtudee:Wendall T. Applebee, :Ruth . Dun- ,Bachelor of pharmacy: Arvid P.'.~PAHE
use of thle bow and arrow. bar,: Muriel F. Hall, Harold B. Ruhi, BaN, oisJAHris steRG
N Schmitt. Ross P. Tenny. Bachelor of arts in (Sandberg, Anita T. Thompson, MadgeI
r*With distinction,ff education: Sylvances F.. Adair, For-1 0. Walborn. .uj~t:"~an saSca
at I'r m e'.**Wifth high distinction.i rest . Averil, Vernon E. Chase, Mary Medical School-Doctor of mdi-
Combines J~2diting Law school Juris Doctor: Norman K. Davenport, Florence Day, Joarma cine: Tomtas B. Paussek,RihrFrc IaDeoay.
GD. Lattin, A. D. Colby 'College; Pauli J. DWitt, Loretta E. Doyle, Wallace Sersma, William C. Wright.
And Law Practice A. Leidy, A. B., A. M Bachelor of A. Fergueson, Benjamin S. Frost, l------Oct. ,^0. 8o'clck, Bill Ad.
Laws: Edmund A. Cuminskey, LouisI Percy H.1 Ging, Josephine M. Giroux, Local Subscriptions i3.5-payabl
M. DllA. ., Harvey A. Fisher,( Alvin Hi. Manson, Lucile P. Hlutchin- no
SOliver M. Cen George D. Hailer,f son, Alice T. Ingmanson, Maude L.!nt
PH. B., University of Notre Dame; Jayne, Ellice Jessop, Louise G., __________
OWin C. Hammock, A. B., Vanderhi; Lyon, Ellen M. Maclean, Dorothy C.
!Hymen Hoffman, A. B., Traves J. Mapes, Emil L Massey, A. L. Mills, I
< i 2.ki.Hunter, Cyril L. Kendall, A. B., Frank{ Ruth M. NI-uller, Hazel M. Olrstead, i~T .
' '~. Lambertso, Victor H. Lane, Jr., !Alice 31. Phillips, Ellen Picher, Theo-
Louis C. Lehmann, Jr, Hollis C. Mart- f dora E. SmithFacsMSpae.Yu illkeordiiusbbcedm tsnwch.
j -4L in, A. B., Rio Grande college; :Fes- * With disincion I Atryouv re n ou will lieordlco rezcueds thandwthe or
:>3. .;'^> nand W. Miller, B. S. liL Gorge D.Afryo'eredoeouwliaicjs athe od
":> : Miller, A. B., Water S. Rae, Samuel - - -barbecued"ters
3 H. Riggs, Myron II1 Savidge, Harrison I-FFICX. 4[FITHIS
' W SmthJoh I- Smth.Colleges of Engineering and Ar- AI q ;e1 .
chitecture:Bchlr of scince The arbec c In
N eletrica /nTOeeTig: WlterRT.H1 440 South State St. Poe24-
<"rou pa, Faki Louceks, as of 'the TO____TH________________________
m ~ usTrTHE PL AACE TO EAT LINDENSCHMITT -APPEL &CO.

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ANN ARBOR'S LEADING CLOTHIERS
"Exrcluive-But Not Expensive."
209 S. MAIN ST.

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tures, formerly, given under tme airec-
ti-on of the University healthm serviceI
are now being. given by Dr. George A.'
May, in connection with his work.at
the Water mant gymnasium.
Ulpper clansmen who d'id not cor-
pi-ete : the course 'of compiulsory lec-
tures last year should rleport to. Mrs.
A. A.- Minkcley, secretary 'of the healthm
service, for special assigned reading
whi-lm must be ompleted, according. .to
officials of the service.

Dr. J. TschAkste is the present 1
pritne -minister and president of the
assi~nbly of Lavita. Ile is -:noted as
,an editor and -lawyer.
Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 27- Both
the university, and freshman -cross
country team>s of Harvard were vic-
torious in the recent meet with Dart--
mnouth. -T-he se-6re in each case was
'18 to 37.

Fefry Field Lunch
703 Packard
MRS. WM. FLYNN

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Value-First Clothes

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Good Food

High Grade Furnishings

In place of printing the names of
students of the University in the back
of the general catalogue as has been
tie, case in former years, a. separate
bulletin has been issued, which is I
called the register.
The purpose of this change was to
reduce the expense' of printing and
mailing, for many people who applied
for a general catalogue did not want
the names of students who are at-
tending the University.
Only, 3,000 of these registers were-
printed, compared to 15,000 general
catalogues, which reduces the ex-
penses of printing and mailing sever-
al 'hundred dollars. 1
-Foreign£ Subscriptions $400- pay-
:able now.

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(Moved from :321 east Ann)
Dinners Light Lunches
Special Suppers on Sundtays
, asonable Prices

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