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The Michigan Daily, 1933-05-05

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THE 1 VICHGAT/teN PA IL Y
riv tl an, '33E, in chemical engineering;( Clowi, '33E, in mechanical engineer-
additio" al N tne1Su t'al oward Wallace Harper, '33E, in ing; Elgin Orange Marshall, '33E, in
electLrical engineering; Robert Edward engincering mechanics; M a t h i a s
l~AEd~NN'd~Mayes, '33E, in engineering mechan- Francis Matzek, '33, in mechanical
IlonoraL A tSi m X iB n u t ics; Harold P. Hesler, '33E, in me- engineering: Annette Bradford RU-
______chanic al engineering; Frederick San- dolphi, '33, in. botany; Irvin J. Sat-
____ ford Kohl, '33E, in mechanical engi-: tinger, "33E, in electrical engineering
The following students, wvhose Conrad Sceck in psychology; John neig onM yn '33E, in elec- Lloyd A. Staebler, '33E, in electrical
names were not published in yester- Darold Sides in c~ieir.Ua. engineer-I trical engineering; Wayne W. Mc- engineering.
day's Daily because of space limita- ing; William Allen Spindler in chem-______ ______ _____ - - - - -___
tions, were initiated into Sigma Xi, ical engineering; Eleanor Carothers
national hon orary scientific frater- ( Springer in psychclogy; Robert P. G. _____________________________________
nity. Stockhaus in pharmacy; Robert Guy
Graduate students recc:wing asso- Stokely in physics; R. W. Strain in
ciate membership: Sister M. Ambro- botany; Robert D. Swisher in phar-
sia, LH.M. in physics; Allan Frost matiy; Doris Julia Thomas in phys- j
Archer in zoology; Ralph E. Bennett; ics; Joseph Shepard 'Tidd in botany;'
in botany; Edw ard L. Beuther in' R. E. Trippensee in forestry, zoology; I
geology: Robert Marsh ' oarts, Jr., Nathene Tlurk in psychology; Rachel x
in chemical engineering; Manlif Le-' Uhvits in botany; Donald S. T.Jllock in I f
lyn Branin in zoology; Pin-dji Chen chemical engineering; StellaWie
in zoology; John Mark Condrin i ;ide in psychology; David Whitney ." ,
zooogy Qun F CutisIn sycol-in electrical engineering; Bill How-
medicin;Quin F. CrtiF. 'Englshol- #et eeYane;n.heisry
ogy; Kenneth P. Davis in forestry;; ard Wilford in forestry; John Her-
Archibald Warren Diack, Jr., in shey Wright in chemical engineering;
forestry; Sam Granick in botany; Undergraduates elected to asso -
Gertrude May Grant in botany;, ciate membership : Erwin Reynolds
Ronald Everett Hintermrn in Blec-i Boynton, Spec., in mechanical engi- wt 1
trical engineering; Sherman A. Hoes- neering; A. Kyle Brumbaugh, Jr.
Jectt in zoology; Doris Yin Ming Hs Spec., in chemistry engineering; .
in zoology; R. L. Huntington in Richard Neil Cogger, '33, in chemical}
chemical engineering ; Elsie' S. Jan- engineering; James Malcolm Orea-

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Parker, Seafe0? wate~an,
Conklin, etc., $1.00 and4 up.
A large eadchboiceassortmet
31.4 S. State St., Ann Ar'bor.,

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BAGI
IN
VACATIONS!
Follow TME "S0 TIMERS"~
1To EUROPE IN
TOURIST CLASS
*People who have traveed across the Atlantic
50 tithes or more via thme White Star Line.
TT'S a chance you may never have
e. again ... to take a European vaca-
tiort at this year's low coasts . ..*in
Tourist Class on these mighty White
Star liners, favorites of the "'50
Time~rs." It's because they know the
lay good tirnes that White Star offers,
that these veteran voyagers heave
chosen White Star 50 timevs and more
_1-How wise to follow their example!
$ail on the Aijarstic, woarld's largest
ship; 6mrous O/a~mic; Georgic (nemw),
and Britannic, Englanid's largest
*motor liner, or the favorite Atdr ii.
For sailings to Ireland. Englandl and Fr an c.sec your
IocaI agent, the travcl auhority in your coinun iy {
1255 Washington Bldg ,~a ra
Detroit-Agents everywhere

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it smoo0ths out
while you sleep
Looking smart on a hot day comes easy to the 'man who wears
breezy Palm Beach Suits: You see, the special weave gives
the garment resiliency. Hanging it up overnight is almost as
good as a pressing . .. the jwrinkles smooth right out!
We are presenting the new Palm Beach in handsome whites,
distinctive gr'eys and blues and tans. In double brcasteds,
single breasteds, and suits for sport.
Wcehave never off ercd more outstanding
values than these Goodall-tailored
PALM BEACH SUITS

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VIS.LLIIN'G CARDS
, ~We arc offering-
Plate and 100 ARD for............. $2.50 and Ugp
100 CARS from your plate .............. ,.. $1.50
100 CARDS (Process Engraving) ............. $1.75

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A ssure yourself of the best in food by
patronizing the merchants whose prod'
ucts are advertised on these pages and
better quality and more reasonably:
prices will be yours.

SARBOR SPRINGS WATER
Keep a Case on Hand at All Timcs
This Spring and Summer
Phonie 8270 for Delivery
We can also supply you with chemically pure distilled water.
ARBOR SPRINGS WATER CO.
416 West Huron Phonec 8270

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PHONE 2-31141
1101 YOUR FIRESII DARY PRODUCTS
Fresh Cream -C tulttured Butter nilk

For Mother on DA
Surprise mother by sending her a fancy decorated Ice Cream
Cake or some individual Spring Flower Ice Crearn Mouldis.
TIS WEEK'S SPECIAL:
TRY THIS SPECIAL.
Fresh Bianana Ice Cream
Orange Sherbet

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