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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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April Health Normal
Dr. For vth e toies

Collection Of

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CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY j

_Hawks' E ggs I
Student health during the month
of April was normal, with the excep- Brought Here
tion of an increase in the number
of measles cases, according to a re-
port recently issued by WarrenaE- 392 Sets Are Gathered ByI
Forsythe, M.D., director of the Uni- F
versity Health Service. Former Assistant In
A comparison of the services rend- Zoology Department
ered by the Health Service during ____D-' __ n
the past three years shows that dui- One of the most complete collec-
ing the months from September to on ohaks eggs m t counr
May of this year the Health Service was brought from the home of the
has treated fewer students than in late E. B. Williamson, former re-I
the corresponding period of either .t.-
193132 o 193-31.Ther hav search assistant in the insect divi-
1931-32 or 1930-31. There have sion of the Museum of Zoology, by
been a greater number of dispensary Prof. rederick M. Gaige, director
calls this year and the total num- of the Museum of Zoology, and Dr.
ber of hospital and infirmary days Josselyn Van Tyne, curator of the
has also increased. There has been bird division of the Museum of Zoo-
one death in each of the three years. logy.
Mr. Williamson, who was also an
Granville Elected Head internationally-known authority on
Of City Comm~unity Fiiid Odonata (dragon flies) and on iris
S yigrowing and breeding, made this col-
Robert Granville was elected presi- lection of eggs over a period of 30)
dent of the Ann Arbor Community years. The 392 sets of eggs collected.
Fund association Wednesday at a near Bluffton, mnd., weie brought here
meeting of the board of directors last week-end by Professor Gaige and
following a luncheon in the Union. Dr. Van Tyne from Bluflton. Most of
Mr. Granville, head of the English the eggs were of hawks and of par-
division of the Ann Arbor public ticular interest because there were
schools, succeeds Cone W. Lighthall, so many from such a small region,
manufacturer, as the head of the ,thus enabling the ornithologists to
association. study the variations of eggs all of,
the s&me species of hawks.
LSProfessor Gaige explained that
Literary Society there were considerable difficulties in
. e ecollecting these eggs because they are
Initiates X l t'Il fourd only high in trees difficult to
climb. Mr. Williamson risked his life
Six men were initiated into Alpha more than once in obtaining these
Nu, local chapter of Kappa Phi Sig- specimens, Prof. Gaige declared.
ma, national literary and forensic Included in this collection were a
fraternity, at ceremonies held yes- number of sets of clam shells of spe-
terday. The new men will be honor- cial interest because factory wastes
ed at an initiation banquet to be have killed off all the clams in Ohio
held at 6 p. m. today at the Union. waters and they have been extinct
Prof. John L. Brumm of the journal- for the past ten years.
ism department will be the principal
speaker. His topic, "The Living mer, '34, Lewis Berry, '36, George J.
Voice," will treat of the future of Mulligan, '35, Arthur L. Shepard, '33,
oratory in our present civilization. Leslie H. Geisinger, '34, and Paul
Those aImitted are Rowe A .Ri- Couins' '4.

WANTED
WANTED TO BUY MEN'S OLD
AND NEW SUITS AND OVER-
COATS. Will pay 3, 4, 5, to 8, 9
dollars. Phone Ann Arbor, 4306.
Chicago Buyer. 34c
WANTED-Portable typewriter. State
make, condition and price. Write
Box 51A. 438
hELPIYANTWD--
HELP WANTED MALE-College stu-
dents, four for 15 weeks this sum-
mier. Must be healthy, neat, and
willing to work hard. See Mr. Nell,
123 N. Thayer, Saturday afternoon
only. 440
LAUNDUIES
STUDENT - And family washing
careful work at lowest prices. Ph.
3006. 6c
LAUNDRY - Soft water. 2-1044.
Towels free. Socks darned. 13c
NOTICE
BLUE. BIRD BOOK NOOK, lending
librfary. S5c daiiy. Glean "covers. Uni-
versity Music House. 10:30 to 5:10.
21c
TYPING-Mimeographing, Binding.
Quality ,at the right price. Brum-
field & Brumfield, 308 S. State.
50x
DRIVING to South Bend, Ind., Sat-
urday. Phone 21812 'riday eve-
ning.
TYPING
TYPING-Notes, Papers, and Grad.
theses. Clyde Heckart, 3423. 35x

TYPEWRITING-And Mimeograph-
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our shop by experienced operators,
at moderate rates. 0. D. Morrill,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store,
314 S. State St. lOix
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Reed, Camden Court, opposite
Women's Athletic Building.

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LOST

LOST-Coat sweaer, maroon. Call
7947. Reward. 626 South Division.
WILL PERSON finding billfold of
C. M. Andrews please call 2-2466.
441
LOST-Alpha Xi Delta pin, May 2.
Finder call 2-1948. 439
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With Your Meals
to
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For 22 years we have sup-
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WHY?
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MICHIGAN DAILY

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