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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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MICHIGAN WOMEN TO BANQUET
IN DETROIT TOMORROW NOON.
Dr. Angell and Pres. Hutchins to Be
the Guests of Honor
at Affair.

Suits, and Overcoats

SOPHOMORE LITS DINE AT UNION.

For the balance of the month at 25 % discount. This includes
our Stein-Bloch Suits and Overcoats in blue, black, brown and
fancy, nothing reserved,

Lindenschmitt, Apfel
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Every Medical Man Should
Get a
M IC R OSC OP E

Ann Arbor will send 45 representa-
tives to the banquet of the association
of Michigan women at Hotel Cadillac,
Detroit, tomorrow noon at 12:00
o'clock. The guests of honor will be
Dr. James B. Angell and President
Harry B. Hutchi~s.
This delegation is composed of uni-]
versity women, alumnae and towns-
women interested in university mat-
ters. Each league house and sorority
will send a delegate which will make
the university representation number
about 20.
Among the non-students who are to
be present are, Mrs. Harry B. Hutch-
ins, Dean Myra B. Jordan, Mrs. F. N.
Scott, Mrs. Wm. Henderson and Mrs.
E. D. Kinne.
Current topics relative to residential
halls and dancing will be discussed
alter the dinner.
MEDIC FRATERNITY HONORS
THREE UNDERGRADUATES.
Alpha Omega Alpha, honorary fra-
ternity of the medical school recently
initiated the following seNior men into
its membership: Heinrich Reye, Leon-
ard Waterman, and Paul G. Weisman.
These men comprise one half of the
undergraduate section of the organiza-.
tion, the other members, Malcolm Y.
Marshall, Frank N. Wilson and Carle-
ton L. Wood, having been elected in
their junior year.
The society is under faculty super-
vision and student control; the names
of the men who are thought eligible
are presented by the faculty and vot-
ed upon by the student constituents.
The fraternity was organized in 1902,
and has chapters in all the leading
medical colleges.

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-'UTTLE'S
4 STATE STREET
Serve Hot Lunches

Prof. Wenley Tells About Their Kind;
J-Hop is Discussed.
Nearly 100 soph lits attended the
third class dinner of the year at the
Union last night. R. J. McLauchlin,
acting as toastmaster, called on Prof.
R. M. Wenley for the principal talk
of the evening, which was entitled
"Sophomores." "Bill" Davidson also
responded speaking of the Junior Hop,
and the policy which the class should
take towards its reinstatement. "Ed-
die" H~amm presided at the piano and
gave several musical numbers.
The class dues will be collected to-
morrow in University hall, and tags
will be used to identify those who
have paid.
PROSPECTIVE TEAHERS MUST
FILL OUT LOCATION BLANKS.
Students enrolled with the Appoint-
ment committee, who have not yet been
present at one of the informal recep-
tions, will be received in the offices of
the committee this afternoon between
2:00 o'clock and 4:00 o'clock.
Applicants who have not yet made
out a senior location blank and left it
with the committee should do so. Su-
perintendents frequently call at the of-
fice and desire to see applicants. By
examining the location blank the exact
class room in which a student is recit-
ing can be determined, and a message
sent to the instructor asking him to
send the student to the offices of the
Appointment committee.
VARSITY ORATIONS MAY BE
USED IN HAMILTON CONTEST
Contestants in the University Ora-
torical contest will be allowed to use
their orations in the Hamilton contest,
according to the interpretation placed
upon the constitution by the oratorical
board yesterday. R. R. Fellows, '15,
was elected delegate from the soph
lit class, which failed to elect a dele-
gate to the board
The date of "The Fan", the annual
play, was changed to Saturday, March
15.
Christian Scientist to Speak Here.
Judge Clifford P. Smith, of the lec-
tureship board of the First Church of
Christian Science, of Boston, will give
a general lecture on Christian Science
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall Tuesday
evening at 8:00 o'clock. This lecture
is open to the public.
GARGOYLE ASKS FOR ALL
KINDS OF CONTRIBUTIONS.
Jokes, "pomnes," and in fact every
kind of contributions are wantedby
"The Gargoyle." The humor maga-
zine will put the initials of every new
contributor at the bottom of all materi-
al accepted, and when any one writer
has had 15 inches of such matter set
and printed, his name will be placed
on the contributorial staff, providing
he desires it.
Several positions on the staff will be
vacant next year and dependable men
who try out at this time of the year
will have good chances for permanent
places during the next college term.

SIMMONS

THERE 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.
OME even try to make appointments by telephone,
using my name.
j would be pleased to have anyone who is interested com-
.1 pare my poorest negatives with their best.
JF you just want to see someone burn up hib flash powder,
1 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
AND WHERE
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, jc.
Say Fellows, have you tried
"MAC'S" Cracker', Jack?
Try it at 613 Liberty St.
,Hoppe's Former Store

Home Made Candy

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

They Have a Price

e Latest Designs in
Watch our windows for displays of the newest creations
in Silk K iitted and Imperial Four-in-Hand and Bow,
Ties. We also have a nt w assortment of Silk Hose in
Plain and Fancy Patterns.
inker & C o m p a ny
342 S. State Street
,niversity fIIausic ibouse
Press Building Maynard Street
Across Irem Majestic
Can supply you with New York's latest operatic hits

Meeting of the business staff of the
Gargoyle at 5:00 o'clock today.
Hockey game between laws and lits
at Weinberg's rink at 4:15 o'clock to-*
day.
Meeting of all students from Kansas
at the Union tonight at 7:30 o'clock.
All laws who play hockey report at
Weinberg's rink at 4:15 o'clock this
afternoon for game with lits.
Rosenstein Wins Oratory Preliminary
S. J. Rosenstein, '15L, won
the . sophomore preliminary con-;
test last night, and the right
to compete in the final Univer-
sity Oratorical contest. His suuject
was " America and the Jew." T. H.
Hood, '15, speaking on "Armed Peace,"
was chosen alternate.
Open every evening until 9:30. Sun-
days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3:30
only. Lyndon's kodaks, films, flash-
lights. 719 N. University. Sun&Fri
Martha Washington Candy for sale
only at University Pharmacy. Thur.89
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For Sale By
SCHROEN BROS.

Phone 1000

124 S. Ma

Industrial Worker Addresses Freshmen
Fred H. Rindge, Jr., secretary of the
Industrial Service Movement, spoke
before the freshman assembly of the
engineering department this week on
"The. Human Side of the Engineers
Job." Yesterday he met the p'rofessors
of that department in a conference as
to the possibilities of teaching along
this line.
Engineers Order Invitations Today.
Senior engineers who have not yet
ordered their commencement invita-
tions may do so today in the Engineer-
ing society rooms from 10:00 to 12:00
and 1:00 to 5:00 o'clock.

Who Does the
Kodak Fluis

We can show you. Bring
in your film. Films de-
veloped 10c per roll.
Prints 3c up.
CALKINS' PHARMACY
324 So. State Stre

r
All cars in the future
Goodyear Drug Store.

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STUDENTS

FIREFLY

There's a Reason Why
You Should

LADY OF THE SLIPPER
OH! OH! ELPHINE

Eat at Painter's
RESTAURANT

Gibson Mandolins and Guitars
CET ONE OF OUR Telephone 716-
ALARM CLOCKS and you will get to yo-o classes on time
Prices always right and all clocks guaranteed. New iocation.
111 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweier

109 North University Ave.
112 W. Huron St.

ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
WANTED
Wanted-Men representatives to begin
July 1. Care of Daily, Box X.
* 101-2-3-4
Wanted-Student representatives.Good
pay. G. C. Maedel, 619 Liberty St.
Wanted-Several young ladies of good
appearance for the summer. For in-
formation address 12 Michigan Dai-
ly. 101-2-3-4
Wanted-One or more live men to so-
licit for most widely advertised Easy
Chairs in the country. If you are
working your waythrough and have
spare time, you should be able to
make $500.00 before school closes.
Write Sales Manager-Royal!Chair
Co., Sturgis, Mich. 99-101-103

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chances on
Hat or Cap.

Regular Meals 25c
Commutation Tickets
Good in Both Places
If You Don't ot Enough
Say So

DeFries' Art Store
Pictures and Framing
223 S. Main Street

Reasonable Prices
Prompt Service and
Good Workmnship.

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