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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Te sCases Humorous, Luring Names Found
Tu Ie r e u I sIn Washington Student Directory

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IEft' _11NA diN ed RTI. See a Cloud ready to Smother a tel.
1'WP 11 the distributionl of the 19:2- der Bloom.
" .eai Servce Ie ioirudent Directory ast Tuesday And Hurrah! (Charlotte) look at
were revealed many humorous names. the combinations: Packard and Ford,
s sFkind VMosLt1 v V However it is doubtful whether the Leak and Dike, Shady and Dale,
Fd slocal oddities of nomenclature could Black and White, Rains and Sun,
rolei tldftsurpass those to be found in the Savage and Pett, Shields and Spear,
~ ~ ~student directory of the University Prince and Rotter.
Extencive x-riv e aminations of of Washington, also to be issued to- Not only are there William Sells
chests of entering studens aeveal day. and Valentine Samples in this direc-
nine car-,; of active tubet:ulosi; dar.' Monickers of distinction and pomp tory but also a Pope, a Person, a Ju-
ing the month cf O,:tbr, a report include George Gibson Garlick and dah, a Ham, a Fortune, a Parrott. a
from the Health Service hows. These Victoriano Procopio. The prize name Peach, a Christ, a Lamb, and a
of them all is Rush Fellows Chase- Leach.
are almost entirely foreign students- a man who is active forwards and What more? (John). Well we think
Dr. Forsythe said in commenting on backwards. Seasonal changes are its time to Schram, so we'll say Good-
the report. A simiiar number of for- present in S. Spring, L. Summers, night! We might say Damm, Heck,
eign tubercular students were dis- A. B. Winter, V. Noel and K. Easter. Gee, and Shaw since this is such
covered in September a report shows. Lady subscribers will find a tip in Amess. Bye! (Oluf) P. S. The long
During the months of September these: William Heaman, Leo Good- and the Short of it is A. Chernias-
and October a tendency for the num- man, Roy Oxman, Homer Sweetman, huisky and Kanshing Mu.
ber of service requests to remain sta- Boyd Tallman, and Neil Allman.

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Killer Sentenced
Less Than A Week
After His Arrest
HARTFORD CITY Ind., Nov. 18.-
ifT--John E. Moore, 29, was under
sentence of death today, less than
a week after he shot and killed his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
A. Moore, in their farm home near
Pennville, Ind.
He pleaded guilty Thursday night
to an indictment charging murder
committed during a robbery, an of-
fense making a death penalty man-
datory. Judge E. W. Secrest of Black-
ford circuit court sentenced him to
die in the electric chair at Indiana
State prison at Michigan City "before
the hour of sunrise" March 2, 1933.
Arrested in Tower, Minn., last
Monday, Moore was brought back to
Hartford City Thursday. A Blackford
county grand jury returned the in-
dictment at 6:45 p. m. Moore entered
the courtroom for his arraignment at
10:15 p. m. and the sentence was read
a few mniutes later.
His father, Ray Moore, of Detroit
was not in the courtroom for the
hearing. He had come from his home
when he learned his son was arrested.
Best Salesnen Strut
Stuff In Speech Class
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 18.-Va-
riety is the spice of life and compe-
tition is the life of endeavor; acting
on this assumption the speech classes
of Purdue University recently held a
contest to determine the best sales-
men in the classes. Each class picked
its best salesman and then these men
got together one evening and each
tried to sell his respective article.
Numerous sales were reported, but
all were theoretical as each student
picked out any article which was
either handy or agreeable, the agency
belonging to someone else, or no one
at all.

Lionary in a comparison with simiar Possible descriptions of possessors are
months during 1931 and 1932 was these: Blythe, Dull, Wise, Witt,
noticed. "Possibly we have reached Sweet, Handy, Noble, Spry, Stout,
the point of maximum service which Swift, Boring, Straight, Coy, and
is required by our population," Dr. Darling. The following are reported
Forsythe stated. "If so it is the first to be good at what their names indi-
indication known to us as to the cate: Chas. Puffer, Art Melting, Frank
1 amount of medical service needed by Punches, Loren Shivers, Bob Waltz,
any population," he added. Russel Tat and Wilma Nell Harmony.
The number of "colds" treated at In the "good old days" the King
the Health Service was about 150 less took his Bath in the Brooks, amid
than a year ago last October, being the Moss and Pebbles and Fish. To-
1,227 for last month. Eleven cases of day we sit Close to Roses on a Daven-
acute appendicitis were treated in port and Argue about Love. On the
comparison with six cases for October Morrow we may March many Miles
of 1931. to Fry a Herring. Someday we may

Students Sit Quietly As
Speakeasies Are Raided
MADISON, Wis., Nov. 18.-As an
anti-climax to the annual Minnesota-
Wisconsin football game, Federal dry
agents raided nine local speakeasies,
popular with students, on Friday eve-
ning preceding the gridiron contest.
Staged in an attempt to curb
drinking over the week-end, the raids
were conducted by Federal officers
from Milwaukee. Scores of students
were in the establishments, and sat
quietly by while officials made ar-
rests, relying on the fact that local
officers have never held students,
when making a raid.
BREAKS ANKLE
Mrs. Sturat Sharp, 131 Harmon
Ave., Detroit, broke her ankle yester-
day morning when Prof. Clarence L.
Meader, R. R. 5, driving a small
coupe, collided with the car in which
she was riding, driven by Mr. Sturat
Sharp.

Other services remained about the
same as compared with a year ago
last October, according to the report.
The number of dispensary calls were
10,443.
Mt. Pleasant, Jackson
Alumni Meet Next Week
Several alumni meetings will be
held next week throughout the state
and will have as speakers prominent
men connected with the university,
it was learned yesterday at he alum-
ni office here.
The first meeting will be Nov. 21
I at Mount Pleasant and will bring to-
gether alumni from the surrounding
district. President Alexander G.
Ruthven will deliver the principal
address.
On Tuesday, Nov. 22, University of
Michigan club of Jackson will hold
its annual athletic celebration in con-
junction with the Michigan State
club of the same city.
Among the principal Michigan
alumni to talk will be Athletic Direc-
tor Fielding H. Yost, Coach Harry G.
Kipke, T. Hawley Tapping, general
secretary of the Alumni Associa-
tion, and Ivan Williamson, captain
of the football team.

Boy Feels That He
Is Not Understood,

Survey

Reveals

NEW YORK, Nov. 18.-It's the boy
who feels that he just isn't being un-
derstood at home and it's father who
pays, according to a survey of child-
parent relations conducted in the
form of a questionnaire submitted
to a group of 566 subjects, including
graduate students, college men and
women, high school and junior high
pupils. The median age of the group
is 19 years.
Of the entire group only 19 boys
and 23 girls were found to be perfect
ly adjusted at home, the dissatisfac-
tion being markedly greater among
the men. In families, where both
parents had attended college, there
was as a whole less friction. Easy-
going parents seemed to work greater
havoc upon their daughters, while
harsh parents had a more devastat-
ing effect upon their sons.
Father was ascertained to be the
easiest mark in monetary matters.
Very little training in money expen-
ditures was found in the group.

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