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MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,

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Given To 166
Students Here
Micliigan Alumni, Regents
Grant Awards To Pay
All Semester Fees
A total of 166 students will be pres-
ent at the University this fall as
holders of the M higan Alumni Un-
derr dudte Scholarships granted by
the Bdar6l of egents and the Alumni
AdctIon.
Each scholarship carries with it
remission of all semester fees, and
consequently is worth upwards of
S 1,, acco'rding to Dean Clarence S.
Ydakinin of the Graduate School,
who made the announcement in his
capacity as vice-president of the
University.
Tif efollow/ing is a complete list of
the 75 freshmen scholarships and 91
renewals for seniors, juniors and
sopho'nores made by the Michigan.
Alumni Undergraduate Scholarships:
Freshmen
Helen Foster and Doris Reed, Ad-
iinn; Pfderick Heddle, Carl Mor-
tenson. and John Poe, Ann Arbor;
Eilepn M. Adams, Chelsea; Howard E.
PN7, Manchester; Irene Schnebelt,
Dter; Donald Ramsdell and Carl-
ton L. Zuehlsdorff, Bay City; Mar-
garet idhcdk and Dorothy I. Ragla,
Battle Creek; Margaret J. Gose, St.
Joseph; Lewis Hetzler, Benton Har-
bor; Jean A. Baker, Victorie Gellat-
ly and Ruth Seager, Birmingham;
Edith Evans, Ypsilanti.
Margaret Bowyer and Martin W.
Kisel, Dearborn; Edward S. Adbo,
Charles B. Claspill, Tom D. Col-
bridge, ktath M. Davis, Lee E. Elfes,
Davis N. Gibson, Stephen Carr, Edna
Kearney Frederick Linsell, James
Lovett, Joan Matheson, Richard G.
Pugh, Tenho Sihvonen and Evelyn
$Sblin, Detroit; Maya D. Gruhzit,
Gosse Pointe; Jean Maxtd, Ecorse;
James E. Tobin, Highland Park; Wil-
Ham H. Clark, Shui Finde Fung, and
Dolaid T. Hol'es, Escanaba; Con-
stntline Bozion, Kenneth Calder and
EdWard Crossley, Flint; Janfes H.
ShM1tq, G'rand Haven; Jack Bender,
Grand Rapids; Robert D. Ulrich, Ad-
dison; Elizabeth A. Burkheiser, Hills-
dale; Lawrence Read and Robert L.
M7iddr, Ionia.
James M. George, Ironwood; Fran-
ces E. Goldsmith and William S.
Steenema, Jackson; Edward Clark
and Joseph Drolen, Jr., Kalamazoo;
Patrick O. Lllie and Jacob Speel-
man, Jr., Lansing; M. Joy Racine,
Marquette; Paul W. Theriault, Ne-
gaunee; Vernette A. Schultz and Jo-
seph Worzniak, Menominee.
Thomas A. Weidig, Monroe; M.
Jack elby, Abe Godm i and Wil-
liam Stuck; Mt. Clemens; Clelan H.
Graham, Farwell; Barbara Newton,
Eritia L. MacAdams and Vincent
J. Gottschalk, Pontiac; Helen Lap-
it:ky, Phyllis Hoff eyer and Sey
ifiltiui B rgiai, ort Huro; Guy

4Warner, Royal Oak; Mary Lou Os-
wald and Douglas A. Lyttle, Saginawv
and Wilma C. Stevens, Sault Ste. Ma-
rie.
Sophomores
Victorie Stoianowski, John D. Wal-
lace and Tom Karl Phares, Ann Ar-
bor; Elizabeth Harwood, Saline;
Phyllis E. Cannon, Battle Creek;
Kenneth Summerfelt and Dorothy
Marquart, Benton Harbor; Robert
Watt, Birmingham; Robert Mercer,
Dearborn; Virginia Lurand, Colvin
Gibson, Donald Horton, Roberta
Moore, Ethel Norberg, Margaret V.
Okerwall, Ruth Tatlock, Vaine J.
Vehke and Arthur Woods, Detroit;
Robert Dorn, Grosse Pointe.
Irene Bessolo and Sidney David-'
son, Flint; Barbara Stroebel, East
Jordan; Virginia Soule, Spring Lake;
Margaret Udell and Frederick DeBoe,
Grand Rapids; Jack Ossewarde, Kal-
amnazoo; Joseph C. Vergho, Monroe;
Madelaine L. Westendorf, Mt. Clem-
ens; Dorothea J. Brichan and LeRoy
C. Beckert, Owosso; Jack H. Shuler,
Pontiac; Alex Lewis, Port Huron and
Margaret Beacom and Hadley Smith,
Royal Oak.
Juniors
John Gmeiner, Adrian; Cecile
Franking. Ann Arbor; Esther Gross,
Saline; Karl M. Rague and John C.
Leeman, Manchester; Alva D. Rush
and Reid J. Hatfield, Battle Creek;
Nelson A. Lindenfeld, Benton Har-
bor; Roberta I. Chissus, Birmingham;
Agnes MacKinnon and Leo Beebe,
Dearborn; Stilson J. Ashe, Roland M.
Athay, Marcia Connell, Dorothy A.
Goebel, Agnes J. 1ippen, Mary A.
Loughborough, Frances M. Robinson,
Grace E. Wilson and William B. Wre-
ford, Detroit.
Dorothy G. Shepherd, Fenton; Jo-
hanna M. Eijer, Greenville; John R.
Liotto, Iron Mountain; Ralph I.
Haikkinen, Ramsay; Paul C. Christen
and Brinton E. Freeman, Kalamazoo;
Margaret M. Johnson, Lansing; Edna
E. Kandelin, Ishpeming; Milton
Stotz, Monroe; Margaret E. McCall,
Mt. Pleasant; Aulene A. Gravelle,
Newberry; Donald H. Belden, Royal
Oak and Betty Keenan, Saginaw.
Seniors
Marjorie Curdy, Glenn G. Cook,
Richard Gearhart and Donald May,
Ann Arbor; William A. Centner,
Battle Creek; James Barco, Benton
Harbor; Henry Foley and Robert H.

Arnerican Consul
To Leave Nankilgl
city of more than 1,000,000 popula-i
tion.
The raid, in which 40 homes were'
demolished and at least 40 civilians-l
were killed, beat Japan's own dead-
line, noon Tuesday, set in a warning
to Americans and other foreigners to
flee Nanking.
Johnson supervised hurried pack-1
ing of embassy documents prepara-
tory to moving up the Yangtze to
Wuhu, about 30 miles from Nanking.
"I am too unhappy to speak," he;
said, "for the first tithe in 30 years
of service I am forced to leave myI
post, but I am doing it under instruc-.
tions from Washington. I cannot
risk the lives of the members of my
loyal staff.
Of Nanking's peacetime American,
population of about 230, only 11 will
have remained. Four are women.-
The men are five missionaries andl
two newspapermen.
. All others will have been moved to
safety up the river by the time Ja-
pan's deadline arrives.
Governor Aurphy Ends
University Hospital Stay
Gov. Frank Murphy left the Uni-
versity Hospital yesterday when his
condition was "approved" by Hos-
pital officials, his secretary an-
nounced shortly before he departed
for Detroit.
The Governor left Detroit last
night for the American Legion Con-
vention in New York, promising to
"avoid excitement," according to the
Associated Press.
Junson, Birmingham; Margaret A.
Webber and Vetaut Goniprow, Dear-
born; Russell W. Gerby, Ila Jo Gril-
ler, Lee Widman, Dorothy L. Callo-
way and Elizabeth Loughborough,
Detroit; Margaret L. Myers, Redford;
Miriam J. Sanders, Highland Park.
Richard S. Johnson, Grand Rap-
ids; Norman O. Eldred, Vicksburg;
Zelda Burke, Lansing; Dorothy Bre-
mer and Herbert Grosch, Royal Oak
and O. Wallin Ladd, Sebewaing.

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NOTICES
KEMPF Music Studios, 312 S. Divi-
sion. Phone 6328. Piano, voice, pipe
organ. Leave orders for expert
piano tuning. 13

FOR SALE

I.E.S. STUDY LAMPS $2.95 and
$3.25. See us before you buy.
Gooseneck lamps, $.98. Electric
Service Co. 330 S. Main. Dial 3514.
3
FOR SALE: Good used bike. $15.00.
1411 S. State after 9 p.m. 4
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
EXPERT chef desires job in frater-
nity. Cooked for Kappa Sigs., etc.
Call J. L. Hampton, 605 Forest.
2336. 2
COOK by capable white woman with'
experience. Any clientele, prefer-
ably a fraternity. Tel. 3557. 11

WANTED
WANTED: 100 used folding chairs;
also a Victrola-shaped oil stove. 1151
E. Washington Street (upstairs).
GRADUATE wanted to share three
room Church St. apartment on
campus. Ernest Wakefield. Dial
2-1584. 12
FOR RENT
ROOMS for students. $1.50 up. Jen-
nings House. 1142 E. Catherine.
8
FURNISHED 4-room apartment.
Private bath and refrigeration.
South State 2-2829 after 7 p.m.
10,
FIRST FLOOR living room, bed-
room fireplace, use of basement,
kitchen. $35.00 to right tenant. 928
Oakland. 6
NEAR CAMPUS 3 rooms and bath
furnished. Includes heat, water,
electricity, gas and garage. Care of
furnace and other services pays
part of rent. Married student only.
Phone 5792 after 7 p.m. 9
DOUBLES and suite. Close in. Clean
well furnished, steam heat. Upper
classmen or graduates, 319 E. Lib-
erty. 7

VER Y ATTRACTIVE suite and KALA MA ZOO STRIKE I NIPS
diouble roomis. Close to cailipus. 608' KALAMAZOO,. Sept. 20.-(--
Monroe. Phone 6118. three-week sitdown striket atlh I
NICELY furnished 2-room apart- Graff and Sons Co. ended MNurdt
ments with kitchens. Two blocks with employes returning t: work. Th
from campus. University approved company and employes have signe
home. Phone 2-2050. 1
m. P n 2an agreement that provides for a 45
TO FILL ROBINSON'S SEAT hour week for women and a 52- hou
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept. 20.- week for men, wage adjustments -an
(/P)-Governor Bailey's office indi- bans lockouts or strikes until a
cated today he would order a special methods of conciliation have failed
election to fill the U. S. Senate seat
of the late Joe T. Robinson held be-R-hy i f
fore November 1. Reu T Dls i

WELCOME FRESHMEN!

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218 SOUTH STATE STREET- NEXT TO GOLDMAN'S

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CIGARETTES

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Introducing -
MOSE'S BARBER SHOP
In new quarters - under Quarry's, 320
South State.
Finest service with newest equipment.

2 for 25c

LUCKIES, CAMELS, RALEIGHS, CHES-
TERFIELDS, OLW GOLDS
MATCKES, 50 Books... ... 8c
Coi plie As't rmnt of Pipes 25e to $3.50

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"The Student's Hattgopt"

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STATIONERY $1.00 VITALIS HAIR TONIC......1 c 1.10 VALUE
100 SHEETS 25c WILLIAMS TALC 2 6....C. . . .C. 12ox oo er
50c Or. West Tooth
50 ENVELOPES 5Oc WILLIAMS SHAVE CREAM 36 Brush
Vellum 8 A NBoth
Finish ...... 499 85c VASELINE HAIRkTONIC ..... 67e For ......... 59c
Guaranteed KAYWOODIE PIPES
FOUNTAIN PEN $3.50 Pipes for . . $2.98
14-Karat, Iridium Cashmere Bouquet Soap
Tipped Point .3 for 25c- 92c Do.
50c TEK TOOTH- 51 40c Dr. WEST TOOTH
BRUSHES, 2 for PASTE........33c
750Y4
750 3HEAVY DUTY
PONDS TISSUES TURKISH TOWELS
39c v 29c 3for,5c
75c Tussy Cologne KOTEX
50c Hinds Lotion 4 Doen
Both for 54c
GILLETTE RAZOR ARGUS CANDID CAMERA .... $12.50 35c SIZE
10 BLADES .. 59c 60c DRENE SHAMPOO .... . ,.. 49c PREP..... 14
60c MUM DEODORANT .......... 49c
YARDLEY 100 ASPIRIN TABLETS..........29c 50c Sqibbs, Kotynos or
3-PlECE MEN'S SET $1.00 KURLASII CURLER ... ... 79c lodent Tooth Paste
Shoving Bowl, Talcum $1.00 LOUIS PHILLiPE LIPSTICK .79c
Lotion .... $2.85 240Z.GINGERALE ..,.. 10c, 3for25c 32c
STUDENT SPECIAL
75c 2 TUkKISH TOWELS 60c Lyons
2 TURKISH WASH CLOTHS
1 WOODBURY SOAP
SHAMPOO 1 SOAP DISH POWDER
1 TOOTH BRUSH HOLDER
39 c 1 WOOOUY TOOTH PASTE
ConpIete for

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