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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

You lose if you
miss the big

CLEAN-UP SALE

OF BROKEN SIZES AT

"Purfield' s
119 South Main Street

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Pe%,lace of Sweets
Down Town
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Attention to raternities
eznd Sororities
ON MAIN STREET

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meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.
D. F. WOODWARD
for Savings Bank Bldg, SecondFloor AnDArbor, Mich.
%000 C3 bb HOuse
209 SoXtdh State Street
wives Clean, Wholesome Board at
$4.00 per Week. Safe Drinking
Water.
C. C. Fs-ee km-n, Proprietor

BEGINMREFORMNRIN
PLA OF DEGREES
Engineering Department Faculty Votes
to Reduce Number of Degrees
From 32 to 2.
ORA) RIl OF REGENTS TO DECIDE.
Provid ug the board of regents ac-
cepts the recommendation of the engi-
neering faculty, adopted at a meeting
of that body yesterday afternoon, the
engineering faculty will confer but
two degrees after 1916; namely, Bach-
elor of Science in Engineering, and
Bachelor of Architecture.
At present the engineering depart-
ment lacks but a single degree, from
being able to confer, as many titles as
the masonic order, for they are able
to confer thirty-two degrees in archi-
tecture and engineering.
The new system, if it goes into
effect, will not influence any class now
in college, as the 1917 class will be the
first one to encounter the new ruling.
For those men obtaining the degree
Bachelor of Science in Engineering,
the legend below the degree will state
the manner of work the one receiving
the degree has followed, i. e. whether
civil, mechanical or otherwise.
The new system will eliminate the
confusion that usually occurs at grad-
uation when the engineering degrees
are conferred, and instead of having
each of the many divisions and subdi-
vision of the engineering department
arise at different times for the sheep-
skins they will be able to rise in a
single body and receive their diplomas.
Womens' Club Active in New York.
The University of Michigan Womens'
club of New York city has secured the
use of the Womens' Professional
league rooms at 1999 Broadway for the
balance of the season, and has planned
to hold a number of receptions on al-
ternats Saturday afternoons. All won-
-n of the university who happen to be
in New York will be welcomed.
M1l)-WENTERN MEN MAY UNITE
Kansas ('hl Plans Merger1 of Students
From Missouri Xalley.
Plans for a new sectional club,-to be
^omposed of men from Missouri, Kan-
sas, Oklahoma and Texas were formed
at the meeting of the Kansas club Fri-
day night. It was voted to merge the
Kansas club into the larger organiza-
tion which is to be called the Missouri
Valley club. At present it is estimat-
ed that there are 250 or more students
from these states in the university,
wFissouri contributing the most. A
meeting of the men from this section
of the country has been called for
Wednesday, March 12 at the Union.
At the meeting Friday, H4rry Cur-
tis, former treasurer, was elected pres-
ident of the Kansas club.
CONSERVAION OPINIONS OF
PROF. ROTH WIDELY SPREAD
Prof. Filibert' Roth's refutation of.
Ex-governor Shafroth's conservation
speech, delivered recently in Univer-
sity Hall, will be printed in tomor-
row's issue of the Michigan Trades-
man. Besides.this about 500 extra cop-
ies will be made for distribution
throughout the state. It is probable
that condensed copies will be sent to
the leading newspapers of Colorado,
California and several other of the
Rocky Mountain states.

t¢1o. Ferris to be gutest of Y. M. C. A.
Gov. Woodbridge N. Ferris will be
the guest of honor at the annual ban-
quet of the Ferris club which will be
held at the City Y. M. C. A. on Friday
Bvenin , March 14. Dr. W. D. Hender-
son of the physics department, will act
as toastmaster.
Student In Hospital bOetting Better,.:
Howard Wicks, '11E, who has been
confined in 'the general hospitals for
more than a week from throat trouble
is gradually improving, and will be
able to attend classes ina few days.

UNION EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
IS CHOSEN FOR SECOND TERM
Canvass of City to Secure Positions
For Students is Planned in
Near Future.
Announcement of. the personnel of
the employment committee of the
Michigan Union for the second semes-
ter was made yesterday by President
Edward G. Kemp. A meeting o the
new men was held yesterday afternoon
at the Union, at which time plans for
a general canvass of the city to secure
positions for students were discussed.
The men who will have charge of
the employment bureau for the re-
nmainder of the year are: Howard
Ford, '13, chairman; David D. Hunting,
'14, and H. Beach Carpenter, '14, sub-
chairmen; Burton C. Budd, '15E, A. J.
Burke, '15E, W. W. Calkins, '15E, W.
W. Candler, '15E, P. H. Craine, '15, H.
A. Enos, '15E, J. G. Fuller, '15, B. G.
Holton, '15, H. P. Lane, '15, J. S. Leon-
ard, '15, P. V. O'Hara, '14, C. T. Per-
kins, '15E, H. Pomper, '15, W. Robin-
son, '15L, P. Satterthwaite, '15E, C. W.
Smith, '15E, A. M. Thompson, '15, J. H.
Walton, '15, H. F. Whittaker, '15E.
SENIOR ADVISORS TO MEET.
Past Accomplishments of the System
and New Plans to be Discussed.
A meeting of all senior advisors will
be held tomorrow afternoon at 4:00
o'clock in Tappan hall for the purpose
of discussing what has been accom-
plished, and also to' plan for the fu-
ture. All juniors who are interested
in the system, and who intend to act
as advisors net year are urged to at-
tend the meeting.
Owing to the entrance of new fresh-
men for the second semester, a few
new groups are to be organized, and
seniors wishing to be advisors are
urged to attend.
DEUTSCHER VEREINS TO UNITE.
Columbia University Originates Plan
of Forming National Society.
Plans are on foot for the formation
of a national association of Deutscher
Vereins. The secretary of the local
Verein is in receipt of a letter from
the secretary of the Deutscher Verein
at Columbia University, asking that
a representative from Michigan be
sent to a meeting of delegates to be
held in New York later in the year.
Williams, Harvard, and Cornell have
already consented to send delegates.
At a meeting of the Verein last night
it was decided that the local club was
unable to send a representative this
year but that it was heartily in favor
of any such plan and will do all it
can to further it. It is possible that
a delegate will be sent next year.
Fifty Have Entered Whist Tournament
Entries for the annual bridge whist
tournamentsatathe Michigan Union,
which begins at 7:30 'o'clock tomor-
row evening, numbered nearly 50 last
night.
Y. M. C. A. Men to Dine Thursday.
Members of the University and City
Y. M. C. A. will hold a dinner at the
city's association building Thursday
night at 6:00 o'clock as a "get-to-
gether" meeting. 'Reservations for the
dinner may be made at the office of ei-
ther branch of the association up to
Thursday noon. Tickets are twenty-
five cents each.
Prof. J. R. Brumm Speaks at Cadmus.
Professor J. R. Brumm of the rhet-
oric department has returned from
Cadmus where he delivered an exten-

sion lecture last Saturday evening on
a "New Definition of Education."
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.

EASTER CLOTH IN

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we make unusual efforts to provide for every requirement, and
our display is more comprehensive than ever.
Young Men's Suits, either in staple models or the new Eng-
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by ts.
An inspection of bur SPRING CLOTHING will convince you of
the up-to-dateness of our Clothing Department.
J. WTlCO.
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OF SMALLPOX .Alumnus to Study Diplomatie History
HE ALTH OFFICE Ephriham D. Adams, '87, Ph.D. '90,
who is now at the head of the history
f smallpox in the
r department of Leland Stanford Jr.
)orted by the city~
esterday. Practi- university, has been given access to
first reported are the diplomatic correspondence in the
health department gove-rnment archives at Washiington.
tha't the epidemic ..
hf the epideic Ie will spend othe next half year in
of the new cases
that has occurred the capitol city doing research work
on the diplomatic relations between
the disease hav- the United States and England. Dr.
known as conflu- Adams has also promised to deliver
other cases have a course of lectures at Yale.
rpe,
o Talk at Y.W.C.ACampaign for . M. C, A. Fund Begunl
T Alumni and parents of undergradu-
am a Woman" will ate students are being appealed to for
alk that Miss Lucy contributions to the University Y. M.
ork city will give c. A. fund through circular letters tel-
sday Y. W. C. A. ling of the work accomplished by the
on at 5:00 o'clock. association. The campaign for the
base her remarks building fund for the proposed new
>eriences in Japan home of the University association will
tates of this coun- be begun in a short time, but plans
have not yet been completed.

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