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The Best Cure for that "Spring Fever" is a
Tailored S.iWt ,
SHULTS TO ORDER ALSO
J. K. MALCOLM, 604 E. Liberty
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famous Shoes for Men.
EXAMINATIONS TO BEGIN ON
JUNE 8 IN LAW DEPARTMENT
Final Tests to Continue for Ten Days
and Will Be Four Hours
Announcements of the June exami-
nations in the law department were
posted on the bulletin boards yester-
day. The exams will begin Monday,
June 8 and close Wednesday, June 17.
They will be four hours long, begin-
- ning at 8:00 o'clock in the morning
and 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon.
The schedule is as follows: First
year class-pleading, Monday, June 8,
8:00 o'clock; property-Wednesday,
June 10, 8:00 o'clock; contracts-Sat-
urday, June 13, 2:00 o'clock; agency-
Wednesday, June 17, 8:00 o'clock. Sec-
ond year class: evidence-Tuesday,
June 9, 2:00 o'clock; conveyancing-
,Thursday, June 11, 8:00 o'clock; cor-
porations-Friday, June' 12, 2:00
o'clock. Third year class: constitu-
tional law-Wednesday, June 10, 2:00
o'clock; electives mortgages-Satur-
day, June 6, 2:00 o'clock; municipal
corporations-Monday, June 8, 2:00
o'clock; bankruptcy-Tuesday, June 9,
8:00 o'clock; domestic relations-
Thursday, June 11, 2:00 o'clock; judg-
ments-Friday, June 12, 8:00 o'clock;
corporations-on the same date at 2:00
o'clock; equitable remedies-Saturday,
June 13, 8:00 o'clock; quasi contracts
-Monday, June 15, 8:00 o'clock; equi-
ty pleading-same date at 2:00 o'clock;
partnership-at 8:00 o'clock, and dam-
ages at 2:00 o'clock, Tuesday, June 16;
code pleading-Wednesday, June 17,
Penn Club Elects 1914.1915 Officers
Keystone State club, an organization
of men; students from Pennsylvania,
elected the following ofilcers at its last
meeting: A.E. Kilborne, '15, president;
W. E.J Morris, '16L, vice-president;
K. Brown, '16, secretary; and L. E.
Hughes, '16E, treasurer.
Watoh this Space
Mkon.-Tues., May 11 & 12
Jesse L. Lasky Presents
Edwin Milton Royle's
Thrilling Dramatic Success
The Stage's most Popular Star
Matnee 3 Days
Wednesday i eginning.
25C to $1.s0 Mon. May 1
Nights 25c tO $2
We ber & FielIds
in. HOK1EY POKEY
SATURDAY MAY 16
Matinee and Night
German Theatre Co.
PRESENTING IN GERMAN
co M T E S k
COMEDY IN S ACTS
Now On Tour to
ance to be given in
German. Benefit of
Educational Fund o f
AND THE MANHATTAN
v AN AMERICAN COMEDY
BY HARRY JAMES S&IITH
Sweats Thar-50C to $2.00
SEATS NOW SELLING
There is a shop, "POP" BANCROFT
Serves things to eat Mno
Bohgodadsee 2 ill tteal you right Cigars, Uigarettes, Tobacco I
Morn, noon and night Stationary, Candy, Magaziaes
Rubb er Soles $5.0
Bostonian rubber soled Shoes and Oxfords are becoming
famous among college men because of the way they
wear, fit and hold shape AND ALSO BECAUSE Wl
$5.00 -a $4.50.no. $6.00 and $7900
Out of hundreds of pairs sold by us we do not know of
a single pair that ever went wrong in any way. All
styles have the spliced leather toe piece. 'Buy them at
TTHE CAMPUS DOOTERY
308 S. State
Down Town Stare 213 S. Mairi-Altmean.dMb Forathe
THE COOL THEATRE
TODAY A N D TOMORROW
is Just about time to get arn
ELECTRIC FAN to make
, your room cool
CThere is no use bein
when real comfort ca
(Liave you seen our line?
us show you.
be secured so
Stop in and let
Eastern Michigan Edison Co.
Co. Main and William Sts.
The Sugar Bowl
We have the best assortme nt of
Chocole.tos mtnd Bow Bonn
All kIrada of fe-Iay Ic Creams. for Parti-ba
Try our Fruit SAanxdasa after the Theatre
w r r
RUBBER SOLE OXFORDS
FOR LADIES AND GENTS
In black and tan calfskin, low broad heels,
and tready soles.
Prices $3.50 to $6.00
4 Our styles distinctly above the ordinary."
StateSt, Wahr's Shoe Stores Mai st,
U. of C. Economist Will Speak Today
Prof. Robert E. Hoxey, of the Uni-
versity of Chicago, will speak to the
members of Prof. Walton H. Hamnil-
ton's class 'in economics 2 today and
on Thursday. The lectures will begin
at 1:30 o'clock in the engineering lec-
Students Enter Minnesota Forest Work
D. E. Romano, '15, and H. W. Gra-
ham, '16, students specializing in bot-
any, will leave for Minesota today,
where they have accepted positions in
the forest service.
JUDGES WILL CHOOSE BOOK
FOR 1915 OPERA TOMORROW
The 1915 opera book will be chosen
by tomorrowmorning, according to an
announcement of one of the judges
yesterday. Kenneth Baxter, '15E, gen-
eral chairman, states that nearly all of
the books are up to the required stand-
ard. The judgesrare as follows: Prof.
F. N. Scott, Bert St. John, Karl B.
Hoch, and F. G. Tompkins.
YPSILANTI GAME SCHEDULED
FOR YEARLING TENNIS TEAM
Manager Willis Broadhead yesterday
received assurance of a match for the
All-Fresh tennis team, with Ypsilanti
Normal on the Ferry field courts Satur-
day. Two rounds of the tournament,
A Well Made Suit
is an important part of being
A good appearance is of
course necessary, but perman-
ent satisfaction can only be
had when the garment is well
Our coatmakers are experts
in their line and do the work
in our own shop.
to decide the final composition of the
All-Fresh four, remain to be played.
Sixteen candidates are still competing.
Soph lit class meeting at 4:00 o'clock
this afternoon in room 202,' Tappan
hall. Captains for the middle weight
tug-of-war team and the first relay
race will be elected.
Straw, Felt and Panama Hats
Carefully Cleaned and Blocked
NEXT TO WAGNER & CO.
ON STATE ST.
ALSO FINE ASSORTMENT OF FRESH BANDS
Best Shoe Shining Parlors
Meeting of the executive committee
of the inter-professional fraternity
conference at 7:00 o'clock Wednesday
night at the Phi Beta Pi house, 1000
E. Ann street, to consider acceptance
Soph engineer class meeting at 11:00
o'clock this morning in room 348, new
engineering building. Captains of the
heavyweight tug-of-war, and the first
and second relays will be elected.
Fresh law class meeting this morn-
ing for the election of the pushball
captain. Time and place will be posted
in the corridor of the law building.
Fresh lit class meeting at 4:15
o'clock Wednesday afternoon in room
101 economics building. Heavyweight
and middleweight tug-of-war and the
first relay captains will be elected.
WANTED-Modern house within three
blocks of Campus. Address M care
of Daily. tf
Episcopal Theological School Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works
CAMBRIDE, MASS. Eor 25 years the best carpet and feather
The location offers unusual .opportunity renovators in the city. Ru s made over
for graduate work at Harvard Universi- sized, sterilized and cleaned. Prices low. All
y. For catalogue address Dean Hodges. work guaranteed. Phone 99
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tickets
for Wednesday, Thursday or Satur-
day night, 1st floor, 12th row. Call
at 420 South 5th Ave or phone 1100-
FOR SALE--A 16-ft.canoe in good'con-
dition. Call 1058-M after 7:00 P. M.
WANTED-A man to work in Spring-
field, Ohio, on salary. Call 359-M.
WANTED-An educated woman for
vacation. $2.50 and transportation.
Call 359-M. 156-7-8
FOR SALE-Oliver typewriter, new
style, printype. Price is very low.
Cash or payments. Mack & Co.
See Grinnell Bros. space for Spe-
cial ads: It may interest you. tf
to.p a&t the Crest
The New Pl e e
Ice Cream Candy Light Lunches
We make our own candy
302 S. Main St. Near Liberty
Diemel linen mesh underwear
Lindenschmidtt Apfel & Co.
The home of Rexall Remedies. Ed-
sill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 South
Main St. Tue-Fri
Quality-Service and Prices Right.
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store. Tue-Fri
COLLEGE STUDENTS-EARN BIG
ONEY THIS SUMMER-$50.00 PER
EEK EASY-SELLING GUARAN-
EED LINE OF GOODS, profit 175 per
nt, household necessity, saving 80
r cent, big repeater, pleasant work,
clusive territory. FREE SAMPLE,
'RITE US TODAY. C. H. Stuart & Co.
Stuart Block, Newark, New York.
ALLEN SELLS GOOD CLOTHING.
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES.
Suits at $10.00-All Wool.
Suits at $15.00---Ali Wool, Hand Tai-
Suits at $20.00-Adlers' Make and
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
IMain Street. tf
W E.ARE THE ONLY
STUENTE SUY STORE
THE HOUSE WITH THE GOODS AND BEST SERVICE.
Morse's and Gilbert's Candy
Opposite Engineering Arch
1 111 So. University Ave