THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
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s and Overcoats
SENIOR LAWS MAY MAKE UP
"C" GRADES IN APRIL EXAMS
Marks of Law Students Deficient in
Their Studies Mailed Last
Senior laws who received a mark of
"C" in more than four hours of work
carried last semester will be given an
opportunity to undergo another exam-
ination in April in those subjects for
which the credit is disallowed under
the new system. The action was tak-
MAY PASS HOUSE
Measure to Abolish Secret Societies
Considered by Wisconsin
OHIO ALSO DEBATING QUESTION.
CHICAGO, ILL., Feb. 1.-(Special
to The Michigan Daily)-Concern is
being felt by members of Greek letter
he balance of the month at 25 %discount. This includes
tein-Bloch Suits and Overcoats in blue, black, brown and
en by the heads of the law department [ and secret societies in the universities
an irtsceisi h nvriis
T HERE are those who will come to you and beg for the
privilege of taking a picture of that group.
THEY have nothing else to do but beg. If they were real
photographers they would be too busy to beg.
SOME even try to make appointments by telephone,
using my name.
J would be pleased to have anyone who is interested corn-
pare my poorest negatives with their best.
F you just want to see someone burn up his flash powder,
let anyone do it-but if you want a real photographer
to make a real picture
JUST TELL ME WHEN L Y N D 0 N
W E do more Amateur Developing, Printing, Enlarging and
Lantern Slides .than all the others in Ann Arbor put to-
gether, because we do better work more promptly, by the most
modern methods, at the same prices. ioc per roll, any size or
length. Prints, 3c, 4c and 5c. Postals, 5c.
Say Fellows, have you tried
9A Ad N i m 64 g
Try it at 613 Libert St.
Hoppe'. Former Store
Every Medical Man Should
M IC RO0SCOP E
yesterday afternoon in order not to
work any injustice upon the third-
year men through their not having had
an opportunity in the past two years
to accumulate extra credit.
Such re-examinations have been
given in the past, but, under the new
marking system,1willno longer be giv-
en, last semester only being an ex-
ception. Only those seniors receiving
more than four hous of "C" grade
work will be allowed to take the exam-
Notices of deficient work of any stu-
dent in the department were mailed
last night, and those who do not re-
ceive any such letter of "marque" may
call at the office of the secretary and
learn their grades.
DR, ANGELL TALKS
ON HOP HISTORY
WYERS IN T:ME ViES
Quarry Drug Co.
They Have a Price
nty-five Cent Hose
Never before in the memory of Pres-
ident-Emeritus James B. Angell has
the faculty even considered abolishing
the annual J-Hop. When asked wheth-
er such action had ever been consider-
ed during his administration, he re-
plied, "Not to my knowledge."
Dr. Angell refused to comment upon
the recent action of the faculty in re-
gard to the hop. "I am out of all that
now, you know. I guess you will have
to go to some one else," he said. "It
seems to me that there are enough
people talking about the Hop as it is.
I have no comments to make."
At the Majestic.
The Eight Berlin Madcaps, a troupe
of dancing girls who were originally
brought to this country as the feature
attraction with Eddie Foy and his pro-
duction of "Over the River," will be
at the Majestic theater for the first
three days of the week. Thomas Pot-
ter Dunne, the character comedian,
will give an entertaining act in
the song and story line.
The largest and, finest stock in the
city. Goodyear's Drug Store. 3 tf
We can give you the best service on
strings for all Musical Instruments.
Grinnell Bros., 120-122 E. Liberty St.
Martha Washington candy is the
best. Fresh every day at the Univer-
sity Pharmacy. 92.
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
of Wisconsin and Ohio as to the prob-
ability of the passage of a bill in the
respective legislatures of those states,
whereby all the Greek letter and secret
societies will be abolished in universi-
ties and schools. Douglas Anderson,
a promising young republican politi-
cian, is urging the bill in Wisconsin's
lower house, and feels confident of
support. Having been put upon the
floor of the house on January 28, it
has not yet come from the committee
which is considering it.
According to the clauses of the Wis-
consin bill, the fraternitiesare of lit-
tle influence for good in the life of
American youth. They tend to devel-
op a snobbishness and an undesirable
cliqueishness. They embrace only a
small percentage of the students of the
school, and are conducive to the for-
mation of expensive habits which the
average youth is not able to meet.
Valuable properties amounting to
$650,000 are owned by the fraternities.
of Wisconsin. About twenty per cent
of the students of that institution are
affiliated with fraternities.
Wisconsin's indorsement of this an-
ti-fraternity policy, it is believed, may
have an influence upon the attitude to-
ward Greek letter fraternities through-
out the country. The fact that Ohio
simultaneously followed Wisconsin' s
action is also significant. Mississippi
and Texas are anti-fraternity, the for-
mer having abolished secret societies
of this nature in 1911.
According to the Wisconsin bill, the
fraternities are recommended to be
disbanded September 1, 1914.
Michigan, during the life of its Greek
letter and secret societies, has been
dormant since the middle of the last
century when a vigorous agitation was
stirred against secret societies by anti-
fraternity factions. These were direct-
ed more especially against the secrecy
which these institutions fostered. The
strength of the fraternity elements in
this state, and a reconciliation toward
their policies, which are .conceded to
be toward the betterment of some of
the problems of student life, it is be-
lieved, will contribute toward a con-
tinuation of its present amiable atti-
tude taken by Michigan authorities.
OPERA MEN TO MEET THIS WEEK.
Men Competing for Choruses to Have
Session Tomorrow Night.
Musical tryouts for "Contrarie
Mary," the Michigan Union opera, will
be held the first three days of this
week. Monday night all men trying
outfor the choruses should report at
the Union. Broiler chorus aspirants
will meet at 7:00 o'clock and medium
tryouts will begin at. 8:00 o'clock.
Those competing for singing parts
will assemble at -the Union Tuesday
evening at 8:00 o'clock, and the or-
chestra men will report Wednesday at
7:00 p. m.
Further eliminations will begin at
once in all three of these divisions, and
men who want positions must be on
hand at the appointed hours. Mon-
day evening the final tryout for the
choruses will be held, and all who
have registered will be expected to re-
Craftsmen Delve Into Ancient History
The Craftsmen, accompanied by Ann
Arbor brethren, journeyed to the far
east last night. The personally con-
ducted tour which was under the di-
degree Mason, was made possible by
rection of E. C. McCloud, a Detroit 33
his illustrated lecture, "Palestine and
ALL STOCK IS SOLD
Home Made Candy
302. S. State Street
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KE An COMPANY
Wed., Feb. 19
Never too Late
ADMISSION 10 CENTS
A Strictly Modern Offering of Candy
Favorites in Old Style.
324 So. STATL St.
Across from Majestic
ci-al J.Hop H'its
For Rent-Good fifteen' room house
suitable for fraternity in good quiet
location. Steam heated. H. F. Frost,
Real Estate, First Nat. Bank. 90-94
The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered
to Clothing Buyers
Sale commences Monday, January 6th, and will continue for the
next thirty (30.) days.
Featured at the Hop
CKS and you will get to yo-i classes on time
I all clocks guaranteed New location.
EAST WASHINGTON STREET
pay. G, C. Maedel, 619 Liberty St.
Lost-Chinese letter on Huron or
Washington, between State and
Main or on Main between Huron
and Washington. Liberal reward.
Mr. G. Tsen, 114 N. Thayer. 91-2
Lost-Gold clasp pin marked Ravens-
wood with Greek cross design. Call
$15.00 Suit or Overcoat, s
1uit or Overcoat,
" " 22.50
22.00 " 18.50
Odd Trousers at A Big Reduction
Prompt Service and
121-123 S. IV
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Coulding & Wikel, Proprietors
1219 South University