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-T 10, 1928
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THE 1VI.ICHIGA DAILY

' PAGE THREE

VRTDAY', FEBRUARY 10, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

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M''ISS HOFMNWILMoncada W~ill Seek
Office In Vicar-gzua

PBCT NEW LIBRARY
ca' ,lim pointmient o0. Miss Ellen A.
I? oliman as the new ibrarian of the
I ,ra r wh icli the School of Forestry
arjil Conservation is to establish o.
fthe first floor of Nat ural Science
b~uildling. The Loard of Re-gents ate-
piroved her appointment at their liA
neetig. M~iss Hoffman will take over
her duties thle first week in March..
Mxiiss 11 ofm'an was formerly librar-
ian of the Public Library at Ypsi-G
Ilaifii. She studlied lilbrary science atjA;
the 17'niversit y of Michigan and at
t tie Uniiversity of Wisconsin. Upon
radinai ion, shoe was emp~loyed by the :
AV isconsin State Library commission
andt engagedl in work at the state ii-
brary in that state. Later, Miss Hoff-,
man blecamie librarian for the Forest
I ioducets laboratory at Madison,
1is., a plosit ion which she has held Wlho wit
up to thie present. i iriat es fo
U pont her arrival in Ann Arbor, auga in
.At Js i-- offlmant will organize andi build next Auigu
r,; a forest ry library. United sty

C.71

Waite Attends Code
Rex ,ision Conference
PI? -f.I;)III . Wait~e of the Law
sehoo 01attended a eonfe~ence ill New
York last, week of a conmnitt ee of the
Amiericani Law Inst itute to which was
(1o1egated the t ask of revisinig the-,
(rillina 1 code. The commiitteye has
imeecii en ;agedt in this work for more
hInn t wo yea rs. P rofessolr Wa it e will'
;,o t) ainother meeting early in April
at.V N 'h ltTie it is expect ed that
souncdefinlitIe coniclusionis w i lie
(1181 XII.
1) uriing the celelnaition o1 the cenl-
1 ennary of the R~oyal Free liIospital
of lloI, Adon(e01flthe gifts was a 1pud(-
(U~g weighing 50) poundls.

MATHER'S CONDITION IS
REPORTED SATISFACTORY
The coindition of Edwin ,J. M:\ather,
who has been unable to assume his
dutiies as Varsity basketball coac'h
this seaison, is reported to be "as well
as could be expectedl" by his physi-
c'ian at St. Joseph's hosp~ital.
PORTABLE
TYPEWRITERS
Corona, Underw-ood,
Remington, Royal.
We havie al] miakes.
Somec in colored deco finishes.
0}. D. MORRILL
17 '.iclkels Arcade. Phone 661.

Coach Yost Returns
Fielding II. Yost, (irector of01ath-
let ics, retuned yeste rday 7nornilig
from a fortniighlt's visit to GCrand
Rapids and suirrunadinug cities. Dunr-
ing the pr'ogre0ss of his trip, Yiost ad-
driessedI various clbs aiil public
mieetings oil subjects relative to ath-
let ics at. Michigan and (e1se0where.

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COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
will find the Packard Restaurant
bigger and better than? ever.

703 Packard

St.

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.you'llWant to Know
All About "Fashions Foremost"
I .in Men's Wearing Apparel.Y
F - Come in and Let Us Show You
the Newest in "Fashions and
Fabrics" Comprising the Fore-
most Lai *of Men's and Young
F - Men's Clothing.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
Coli adWetherbee w
118 E. WASHINGTON ST.

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NOWAT EDUCED
' i aile i 1W ('a rolina
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wivo ph olt'raj)letI °L~hraii
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"This is
Parker
rressureless,
Touch.
This pen's feather-light vweigh t
alone is sufficient to start and
keep it writing. No effort, no
fatigue.
Doubly remarkable because the
new Duofold is 28% lighter than
when made with rubber, due to
Permanite, a new material 1Q0
times as strong as rubber-in
fact, Non-Breakable.
But Press uareless Touch is
most important because of its ef-
fect of taking all the effort out of
writing.
3 sizes, 6 graduated pen points
5 flashing colors, to suit men's and
women's hands and tastes.
]Parker Duofold Pencils to match
pens, $3, $3.50 and $4.
Look for "6Geo. S. Parker-
DUOFOLD" to be sure of the
genuine.
TH~E PARKER PEN COMPANY
JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN
uofold Jr4U)
LyDofold;$5.
Over-site $7
Red aWi Ulack Color (Comb, Beg. Trade Mark U. S. Pat. 09,

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PRODUCTION
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ADOLPH ZUK(OR
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lI i iogrianis Versitality
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3 IVSIC BY
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RuAIN, WlIE)EIIIHOLD'S

ON THE SCREEN
WILLIAM FOX presents
Tirtue is Its *'v ei rei'ard--
but it takes 'Clothes to hind
thie man1.
MXICI-1IGAX i ICIItEST1RA

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You don't w ant her" ,141,ll.she's
just a little girl!" Tite stniggle
ci' fmluer antd son for the same
wVomanl. He(re's tile picture15 that's

NOTE!
This is the picture that
was selected for 'Fresh-
man Week.

Sunday-Mary Astor

in "Rose of the Golden West"

Special Or'g'an Request.. iuber at 1:15'
There's Room for Evergone At the MichiganI

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Malted Milks. 20c
t C'sIlCtl Pille-
aiaple Sun-
daue........20c
CrushIedl Straw-
liar........20C
a Chocolate Sundae
with Almtonds
op Pet--itsm . . 2i5
Afle ........10c

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You'l '1ehver know how zestful and
delicious drinks, sodas and sundaes
can be until you try one at our elec-
trically refrigerated ''Liquid Mfe-
chianicold Fountain,'" thle fountain
advertised in. the Saturday . Eveiihi2;
Post.

MECHANIlCOLD )y
FO't4t'flrN

(Come Tril dav F8 lriday or Saturday
and treat yourself and your friends
to tihe freshest, tastiest, livest drink
foods -on have ever tasted-Remem-
her: Buy a cold drink and get alhot
drink FREE!

Hot _Cocal-
tine ....20c
Hot Fudge
Sundae . 20c

Whitman's Chocolates---The Perfect Valentine Gift

All Candy Sold During This Event Will Be Boxed and Mailed

Free of Charge

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