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N'S SUITS, HATS,
PS and FURNISHINGS

SELTONA

ur dollars to have more
trading at Wadhams &
ting satisfaction with ev-

Prints ink daylight and
Stotes itself. Beautiful
Sepia prints with little
work.
Calkin'sPharmacy

-" IRST THING you do today
our store and choose your spi
clothes. Then it is settled.
J. F. Wuerth Co. efficient
vice insures prompt deliv
o .o Our complete and compret
sive exhibit of quality clo
affords' the widest range of
ection. The styles and value
V young men's and men's s
7 are exceptional.
$20.00, $25.A
we will be glad to extend the courtesy
charge account to all responsible persons.
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TI!MAN
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fine
Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Cor. Main and Huron-'-Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

NEN SPRING STYLE
WILSON
S BEST PRODUCIT

1k-Over Shoes
3 Main St. and save a dollar
Make
bb Us
Prov

Scurf slide space
and lock front.
UNITED SHl ot& } LT-a.VQ.TRQ&Y
PtMORE 'TF CITY IM1PBRO'(E EN TSf E
E xtensive imnprovenments in the "city
beautiful" line, are being planned by
R~a i F, Bassett; '13, pity park comiuis,-
gfoner, for the coming seas~on. Al'
West Park~, a new baseball field is to,
be laid puit similar to the Ferry field
diamond, and new tennis courts along
with ptber ge14er4l imnp}ovements are
to be niade.
a shelter llptuse will be erected at
Cr Bend park 4lpIng the river. The
racing track at the fair grounds is to
I be regraded, and teniiis courts set in.
ffOJ1 INtIIAT ION B4NQUE'T
Th~e initlatipn banquet or the. Tau
Delta Sigma, the honorary architectur-
al fraternity, was hleld last night at the
Pi Beta Phi Hl-ouse. Miss Dorothy
Adams was hostess. Prof. Herbert
Cfoss find Prof. Louis Boynton repre-
sented the faciilty on the program,
while ,,B. Newvmgan ed 0. ohagen
were the student spe~kers. >.lE. Deal
was toastmaster.
'Captain Shelton to Arrive Thursday
President .H. B. Hntchins received
notice yesterday morning that Captain
George H. Shelton, 29th U. S. Infant-
ry, stationed at Fort Niagara, New
Yov'k, wvill be in° Ann Arbor on .M Y 7.
lie will speak to the stuxdelnts relative
to the suimmer military camp, which is
to be situeited at Lud9ingthi tl sm-
NOTED PHPYSICIST VISITS
LA PLATO OBS3ERVATORY
Dr, iHormgnn Walthor Nernast, world
famed physicist and cliemist, of Berlini,
and Mrs. Nernest are at present being
entertained at the La Plata observato-
ry, lea Plata, Argenltine, by Mrs, . J.
Hlussey, wife of the director of the
local observatory. Dr. Nerna, who is
inoted for his research wprkin thermo-
dynamics ant electromotive force, and
ailso for the invention of the Nernst
,electric lamp, isi delivering ' 'six
'Weeps lest}}re Qpprse at the university,
pf ILa Plate,,-

Leather Tip Oxfords
$5.o00

our Price

-According to a rumor current about
the campus, the Ci Psi fraternity is
contemplating building a new house
on South State street. During the past
year the Accacia and Sigma Cii frater-
nities both buit nw houses on this
street..
-Rtoekwell Mlarmoni Potter, 11.1., o
Hartford, Conn., will speak at theUn-
ion Guild meeting in the Presbyterian
church at 7:45 o'clockSunday night.
-The entire homep department will.
hold a meeting at 11:00 o'clock today
in the homeopathic hospital to elet
a manager for the 'departmental base-
ball team.. D. B. Hagerman, '14H, and
C. D. Pillsbury, '14H, are the nominees..
-Prnes. Harry B. Intehin~ will go to
Toledo today to attend the alumni
meeting in that city in the evening.
--Senigr engieers ivwho hve made
their deposits for canes will have a
last chance to secure them at 9 :30
O'clock this morning in the engineer-
ing society's rooms.
-Positions for 50 college men In the
Y. M. C. A. work in Chicago are open
for acceptanpe immediately after grad-
uation. Applicants must hiave had
some Y ~.~ A. work or have the
recommendation of the univerity. The
initial salary is $50 per moth with al-
lowance for living expenses.
-Prot. . Nil. I4l'will speaj on Per-
sona l Iuiceg." befqpe cthe Upper
Room Bible lss, in the Bible Chair
building, at 7<QQ P'Gok tonight.
*--Dr.$. l Gngerlih of 'the English
department will'delver a lecture at
Saginlaw thits afternoon before the:
teachers aissotciation on "the ature
Poetry of Wordsworth."
--The Colorado club will hold a dance
at 81 0 o'clock tonight at Packard
academy. Dr. W,. F Hubbard, and
Mrs. Hubbard, and Prof. G. D. Bradley,
and, Mrs. Bradley, will chaperone.
Tickets are selling for $100, and may
be obtained at the door by members
or non members,
--Clifforti C. lbane wits operated upon
yesterday for appendicitis. Kane is
improving rapidly,
-Y. F. Jahiila ism, 'l has beeni called-
home Ito 'Khangha, China, by the sei-
0ous illness of his father. Hsu was
prominent in campus activities while
in the universty, beiug a member of
the Michitgan Daily staff, Quadrangle
and Toastmaster.
-The senior medis were granted
their request to have their afternoon
classes changed that they might at-
tend the baseball games. Dr. U. J.
Wile's Classaswt changed to 100
o'clock and Dr. C. D. Camp's to 2:30
p'elock so that the seniores will be re-
leased by 4:00 o'cloeh-.
MUSIC AND DIRA NA
'men-Hurn"
After 14 yearse' of successful pre-
sentation, "Beon-Hlur" will appear at
the Whitney theater Wednesday and
'T'hursday, May 6 and 7. Apparently
General Wallace's drama has an inex-
haustible appeal, °judging from the en-
thusiastic reception It receives each
year. This is due, In a large part, to
the author's accurate treatment of hi -
torical,~ ev ents. Kaw and Erager
have ' rvided "Ben-Humr" with an e-
celleii, cast this season; particularly
worthy of mnentionl are Jeromte Patrickc
and Roberta'Brennan, who will appear
as Beu-ur anti Usther respectively.

JEWELRY
extensive Stock at
Reasonable Prices.
Skilled and Trustworthy
Watch Repairing
OPTICAL SUPPLIES
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Bars and Spoons:

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Can meet all competition in tailoring. Also advantage
of our 20 years' experience as makers of high grade
garments.

CIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

Prices from $2up

Tailors to

'AS COOKING
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The.'Squeeze' Play
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$35. to $60.

Detroit

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UNIVrERSITY NOTICE S
Ferris Institute clube will meet to-
night in Webster hall, in the law build-
ing, at 7:30 o'cloclt.
The postponed baseball game hbe-
(ween the junior engineers and soph
wedies will be played today at 1;00
o'cloCk, at south Ferry' field.
All members of the University of
Michigan golf association are asked
to be on the course today that a pic-
ture may be taken.

SHREDDED WHEAT
--the most nourishing, and digestible form of whole
wheat gives the athelete and the student the best
food for building brawn. brain and bone.
It nourishes the mind and body, strengthens the
tissues and helps--so far

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ALLEN SELLS GOOD CLOTHING.
SPRING AND SUMMED STYLES.
Suits at $10.00-All Wool.
Suits at x+15.00-All Fool, Hand Tai-
lored.
Suits at $20.00---Adler' Make and
Style.
$uIts at $25.00--EquaI tO Finest Cue1-
tojn Work.
AIT4IVS (M~OODY CLOTIMS STORV,
Main Street. t£
You can rent one or fifty kodaks to-
day at 10 cents each. Lyndon.
Sat.-:dun.
NNANTED-Man to work Ini Ohio for
summer. Salary. Call 247 2-M, 7 :001

LOST-Treble Cleff sorority pin set in
p~earls. C. M. P. on back. Between
Granger's and Washtenaw Avenue.
Leave at Daily office, 149

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LOST-Thum--,aY afternoon on North!
State St., D. T, D. fraternity pin. In. #
}til l .V., f. ('al1 Phone 1728 _J.
Women students who wiah to make
money for summer should call soon.
Phone 259-M, office hours only. Posi-
tions pretty well filled and considera-
ble preparation necessary. $100 and
expenses for nice trip for 72 dlays'

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