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THE aICHIGAN DAILY

Putting your money into a suit made
to your order is like putting it in the bank,
for smart clothes of ftne quality are a real
asset. They make you look better and
add to your confidence.
Will you spend just ten minutes with us to-
morrow in going over the wonderful assortment
of spring fabrics. You need not think of placing
an order, but do have a look. See what a fair
expenditure will secure in the way of a "made as
you want it suit."

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FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND sTATIoNFR$

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207-211 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT

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SHIRTS TO ORDER

J. K. Malcolm

604 Xast Liberty

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Up-to-Date

Furniture; Rugs, Carpets
Draperies
Goods of Quality at Lowest Prices

117-1w9 West Liberty St.
Special Rexall Week, March 17 to 22
All over the United States, Canada, and England, six thousand
Rexall agents are united to promote the Rexall Policy of Better Goods,
Better Prices and Better Satisfied Customers.
Rexall truly signifies Highest Possible Quality at Lowest Possible

MEDIC STUDENTS
GIVEN POSITIONS
Out of a class of 36 senior medics,
25 have been given appointments by
the medic faculty to positions in vari-
ous hospitals in the country. These
appointments are based to a certain
extent upon work done by the stu-
dents while in the university. Eleven
students will enter private practice
upon graduation in preference to ac-
cepting hospital work.
Following is the list of students and
positions which have been accepted:
Bahlam, G. H., University of MichiJ
gan general hospital.
Burt, Fred, Youngstown Hospital,
Youngstown, Ohio.
ForsytheWarren, house physician,
University of Michigan geaeral hos-
pital.
Grooms, C. A. Copper Range hospit-
al, Tri-Mountain, Mich.
Hay, John H., St. Francis hospital,
Pittsburgh.
Marshall, M. Y., Southern Pacific
hospital, San Francisco.
McClure, Wm. R., McEwan, John H.,
McGeogh, R. W., and McCormick, C.
W., Harper hospital, Detroit.
Otis, Lloyd, University of Michigan
general hospital.
Reye, Heinrich, psychopathic ward,
University of Michigan hospital.
Sayers, Frank, Youngstown hospital,
Youngstown, Ohio.
Slink, H. A., Cleveland City hospital,
Cleveland.
Selby, Robert W., Providence hos-
pital, Washington, D. C.
Sievke, Johans, University of Mich-
igan general hospital.
Sproat, Samuel Northern Pacific
hospial, Brainard, Minn.
Weller, Carl, University of Michigan
general hospital.
Wender, Jacob, University of Michi-
gan general hospital.
Waterman, Leonard, Copper Range
hospital, T"-Mountain, Mich.
Weisman, Paul, Providence hospital,
Washington, D. C.
Wilson, Frank, University of Michi-
gan hospital.
Wood, C. J., Providence hospital,
Washington, D. C.
The present senior class will be the
first to be graduated under the new
six-year rule. The class is somewhat
smaller than usual.
Prof. Kelsey Will Address Graduates.
"Twenty Minutes in a Roman Cata-
comb" will be the subject of an ad-
dress by Prof. F. W. Kelsey, profes-
sor of Latin, tomorrow evening at the
party of the Graduate club to be given
at Barbour gymnasium. The program
will be followed by dancing.

WOM[fNI5 BAN1QUET TICKETS
TO BE LIMITED IN NUMBER.
Annual Dinnperlanued for Evening of
April 3 Will be Preceded
by Junior Plays.
Only 675 tickets are to be placed on
sale for the women's banquet which
will be held in Barbour gymnasium
April 3. No reservations will be made,
but admission cards for undergradu-
ate women can be purchased at tables
in the general library and in university
hall. There will be a table in the li-
brary from 10:00 o'clock until 11:00
o'clock and in university hall from
11:00 o'clock until noon every day.
Collegiate alumnae, or wives of the
faculty may procure their tickets from
Mrs. C. O. Davis, Cutting apartments.
The banquet will be preceded by the
plays of the junior women which will
be staged in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
The banquet will be held at 6:45
o'clock on' the gym floor.
The tables will be divided into sec-
tions so that the classes will sit to-
gether. Special tables will be provid-
ed for alumnae. In purchasing tick-
ets everyone is assigned a table, and
as all the tables are to be numbered,
there will be no uncertainty about the
seating arrangements on the evening
of the banquet.
Dr. James B. Angell and Pres. Harry
B. Hutchins are to be guests of honor
and Miss Mary Palmer will speak for
the undergraduate body.
Yale Picks Favorite Author and Actor.
Members of the senior class of the
Yale Academic department have been
balloting upon their favorite newspa-
per, actress, actor and authors. The
ones chosen were: newspaper, New
York Times; actress, Miss Maude Ad-
ams; actor, E.. H. Southern; novelist,
Dickens; poet, Tennyson; favorite
character in history, Lincoln; recrea-
tion, the theater and athletics.
Free Tickets Out for Basketball Game.
Tickets for the soph-fresh woman's
basketball game can be obtained at
Barbour gym any time before 3:00
o'clock this afternoon. No admission
fee will be charged, although tickets
will be collected at the door. The
game will begin promptly at 4:00
o'clock tomorrow in Barbour gym.

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GREATER THAN EVER

Splendid and Artistic Scenery
Costumes and Effects
Prices:
$2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, and 50c

May

Festival

Four Days-.Five Concerts -Hill Auditorium

CARRICK THEATRE
D E T R OIT
Philip Barthoiomie's Musical Comedy,
"WHEN DREAMS COME TRIE"
With Joseph Santley

Rappold, Schumann-
Heink, Hinkle, Wirthlin,
Murphy Amato, G r i s=
wold, Scott.
University Choral Union
Children's Chorus
Thoman Orchestra
An All Star Cast

Reserved Seat Sale begins
Saturday,;Mar. 8, 8 A. M.
University School of Music .
First Choice, $3.50
Announcements will be sent
to any "of your out of - town
friends if you will send their
names to the office.
CHARLES A. SINK, Sec.

Prices._
Rexall Week will be specially observed with bargains in Rexall
Remedies, Stationery, Rubber Goods, and Candy.
The People Stop at
THlE REXALL DRUG STOREL
M C. E.DSWLL, Proprietrn
1MC So. Maina Street 1 recscriptiomn Specsi..ilte

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SAMPLER
A finishing course in the best'
liked sweets-in the sampleryou

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Union Tickets Go On Sale Today.

NO MORE

$16.00

NO LESS

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Onehundred tickets for the Union
membership dance on Saturday night
will be placed on sale at theadesk in
the Union this afternoon at 5:00
o'clock. The committee in charge of

A WANT AD was inserted in the
Michigan Daily, offering reward
for the return of a valuable Gold
Watch.It cost 25c to insert the
advertisement. The Watch has
been found and returned by one
the Daily's readers.

Ask about our FREE offer.

find them all.

State s eet

this week's
Carpenter,
ertson, '14,]
Chester H.1

affair consists of H. Beach
'14, Chairman, Rex Rob-
Eugene S, Wells, '15, and
Lang, '15.

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Z09 N. University Ave.

UNDERCLASSMEN TO N31 AGE
SMKER OF KALAN 00 CLUB
Underclassmen w-ill e entire
charge of the St. Patrick's y smoker
of the Kalamazoo cli to be
held at'the Union at 7:30 o'lock next
Monday night. It was thougt by the
members that greater intere would
be aroused among the first' and see-

SOPI! ENGINEER DINNER HAS
GREAT SUCCESS AT UNION.
More than 25 soph engineers were
turned away from the dinner at the
Union last night because of lack of
accommodations. This was the first
dinner that the class has had and a
much larger-number than was ex-
pected attended. Dean M. E. Cooley

"Profs." Gargoyle to be Out Saturday.
The "Profs." number of the campus
humorscope, the Gargoyle,is scheduled
to appear Saturday. Facts and near-
facts concerning the worthy denizens
c' the campus will make up the usual
consignment of antique siftings.
Detroit Lawyer to Lecture Next Week.
Mr. George L. Canfield, of the law
firm of Canfield and Canfield, of De-
troit, will begin a series of ten lec-
tunes here next Monday. All lectures
will be held in, room G of the law
building at 3:00 o'clock and will be
given daily for five days of each week.
Redden Makes High Billiard Score.
Heddon forced Chas. Gore into a tie
wtih Si Huston for first place in the
Free Press billiards tournament by
rolling up a score of 250 against the
student marvel's 60 points.

CHANGES'

MADE IN
FORESTRY COURSES.

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ization of timber, and forest protec-
tion. Of the new courses two are es-
pecially valuable; the administration
of state and national forests dealing
with the building of roads, trails,
bridges, telephones and other impor-
tant forest improvements; and a
course on the proper treatment and
management of wood-lots and park
woods. Both are open to all students
without any prerequisites.
The degrees also have been changed,
so that after this year no forestry stu-
dent will be able to take an A.B. or
B.S., but will be given instead the de-
gree of B.S.F. The master's degree,
however, will still remain M.S.F.

CASES LIKE THIS OCCUR EVERY DAY
The busy little Daily Want-Ad goes into
nearly every house in Ann Arbor. It is
out for Business and It gets the Result.
The Want-Ad Stations are at
QUARRY'S DRUG STORE,
on State Street.
UNIVERSITY PHARMACY,
on So. University Avenue.
DAVIS & KONOLD,
at Cor. Packard and State St.

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and year men by giving all the ar- was the principal speaker and "Tom-

rangements over to their control. W.
H. Hmilton, of the economics depart-
ient will speak, and M. C. 'Wier of the
rhetoric department will entertain
with his cello.

mie" Hughitt acted as toastmaster.
Prof. H. H. Willard spoke on the "Re-
fation of Chemistry to Engineering."
Wallace Candler, president of the
class, also spoke.

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Spring

H ats Your Spring Hat willbe right if t is chosen

here. Stiff hats in a variety of proportions for different heads and
faces. Soft hats in all the correct shapes and colorings. $2 and $3.
FRED W. GROSS, 123 E. Liberty

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