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.-THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.

y re Here

n calf Rubber Sole Shoes you are looking for
. Come in and let us show them to you.
e them in Oxfords.

e Shoe Cooffipally

Lost-Wednesday, March 26, between
Forest avenue and High School, a
thin red note book. .Name C. P. Gar-
wood on cover.' Finder call 302-L.
125
Lost-Somewhere on campus, a rain-
coat labeled inside Cleveland Rub-
ber Co. Call 1224 Washtenaw Ave.
Reward. 125
WANTED'
Wanted-For next year, furnished
house for club of 12 or 15, preferably
with board. Phone 990-J. 125-28
Don't buy new razor blades until you
have to. Bring your dull blades to us
and we will put then in better condi-
tion than new ones. Our electric au-
tomatic grinder will put a keen edge
on any blade.

Per.ace of Sweets
Down Town

LET

Furnish the Ice Creeam

H. L. Switzer Co.,
310 S. State St.

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,auxnd Sororities
ON MAIN STREET

71

epa~1rin~

Phone 1361-1

any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.

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D. F. WOODWARD
Bldg. Second Floor

Ann Arber. Mu

South State Street

lives Clean, Wholesome Board at

- Week.

Safe Drinking

C. C. Freen..n,_ Proprietor
Clothes "ith"Mat-or -ap
to rMatch
og styles in
ar and shirts

Jnderwear

"Poroskuit"
..Coopers

TOGGERY SHOP
University Ave.

Old Post Office Block. The Tailor
for Particular men. Koulluf. Phone
1183-L. tf
Seniors.
Have your cap and gown measure-
ments taken at Mack and Co. at once.
No deposit required. 125-127
Contrarie Mary Souvenir Scores and
Sheet Music for sale at Schaeberle
Sons Music House. tf
We have the best goods at lowest
prices, for anything in the realm of
music. See us before purchasing.
Grinnell Bros. 120 and 122 E. Liberty
street. 125-132
SOPH WOKEN FAIL TO OBTAIN
TICKETS FOR BIG BANQUET.
Sophomore women have been negli-
gent in procuring tickets for the wom-
en's banquet on April 3, according to
members of the committee in charge,
who are urging all university women
to obtain their tickets at once. The
sale among the other classes has been
large, and as a result the block of 450
admissions is nearly exhausted.
Tickets will be on sale from 9:00 to
4:00 o'clock every afternoon at the 11-
brary for allundergraduate women. A
special sale will be held at the Wom-
en's League meeting this afternoon.
The general ticket sale will close on
Saturday night, and after that time,
the admissions will be obtainable only
by faculty women and mothers.
Tickets for the Collegiate alumnae'
are being sold by Mrs. C. o. Davis, at
the Cutting Apartments. A special
block of 250 are at her disposal.,
TO PLAY "HOUR GLASS" TODAY;
"THE FALCON" IS POSTPONED.
Tennyson's "Falcon," scheduled to be
played at the meeting of the Women's
league tomorrow afternoon, at 4:00
o'clock in conjunction with "The Hour
Glass," by Yeates, has been postponed
until after the spring vacation, due to
conflicting engagements of the women
playing the roles.
The latter play will be presented as
scheduled, with Elizabeth Ware, '13,
playing the part of the Wise Man; Car-
rie Fyffe, '13, as the Fool; Catherine
McBride, '15, as the Angel and Doris
Robinson, '14, and Marjorie Baldwin,
'13, in juvenile parts.
1ise $1,000 for Scholarship Fund.
\Over $1,000 was raised for the en-
dowment of scholarships for Chicago
women at the University of Michigan,
by Wolv ne au nae in the Windy
City at a the er party and banquet
last Monday night. Among those pres-
ent were Mrs. James Roland Angell
and Mrs. Harry B. Hutchins.
Beaverton Wants Unhitched Barrister.r
Another call for an aspiring legal
light has been received at the law
department. This knock of opportuni-
ty, however, is limited and applies on-
ly to single senior laws. Beaverton,
Mich., is the rising city that wants a
lawyer free from entangling matrimo-
nial bonds.

COLONIAL HISTORY STUDENTS
TO TRY OUT HONOR SYSTEM.
Prof. Phillips Gives Class Chance to
Test Value of New Exam
Scheme.
An impetus was given the movement
for the establishment of an honor sys-
tem on the campus yesterday, when
Prof. U. B. Phillips' class in colonial
history adopted the plan for its mid-
semester and final examinations.
The matter was adopted without
previous discussion in the class. Prof.
Phillips asked the members if there
was any objection to the adoption of
the system. None was offered and he
declared the plan would be used in
conducting the two examinations. The
system as installed will involve dis-
closing any cheating observed by a
member of the class, and will require
each student to give his word that he
himself has received do aid.
The class, which numbers approxi-
mately 35 members, is composed prin-
cipally of seniors and advanced stu-
dents in history.
Prof. Phillips declared that he had
not yet decided whether his classes
would have an opportunity to adopt
the system.
PHARMACY STANDARDS WILL
BE RAISED, SAYS SECRETARY
"The new requirements for the de-
gree of pharmaceutical chemist will
serve to raise the standards of the de-
partment,'' yesterday declared Dr. W.
S. Hubbard; secretary of the
school of pharmacy, relative to the ac-
tion taken by the regents Monday in
instituting a new three year course in
that department.
"We will gradually raise the require-
ments so that four years will be neces-
sary for this degree. The new require-
ments are the same as before with
the exception that we shall now accept
manual training for matriculation."
The action of the regents has met
with the general approval of the phar-
macy faculty.
LIBERTY LEADS GIRLS TO
RUIN, SAYS PROF. WENLEY.
4ove of, liberty was given as the
reason why girls go wrong by Prof.
l. M. Wenley, of the philosophy depart-
ment, in a lecture before his class in
ethics yesterday.
"There is a great demand for girls
to do housework, for which wages of
$10.00 a week are offered," said Prof.
Wenley, "but girls prefer to work at
'$5.00 a week in a shop, and have their
freedom.
"Therefore, they accept work at less
than a living wage which, however,
makes absolutely no social demands
upon them; and consquently, because
the wages are at starvation level, they
go wrong."
"Jamboree" Scheduled for April 25.
Junior lits and engineers will dance
at the Junior Jamboree, Friday April
25, at the Armory. Attendance will be
restricted to 200 couples. Tickets will
go on sale after spring vacation at
$2.00.
THEATRICAL CIRCLES.
Mrs. Carter at Her Best.
Mrs. Leslie Carter's really great in-
terpretation of the complex character
of Zaza in the play by that name, will
be seen at the Whitney theater Satur-
day April 5. Of all the plays in which
Mrs. Carter has appeared in the past
ten years "Zaza"is considered her best.
It makes the strongest appeal to the

theatergoers and at the same time af-
fords the actress great variety of dra-
matic expression.
At the Majestic.
Cecil Lean's "Th'e Military Girl," a
"musical comedy, will open at the Ma-
jestic matinee today. The story has to
do with the meeting of a company of
military boys encamped in the Adiron-
dacks and a colony of summer girls.
The first scene shows the military
camp in the Adirondacks and the sec-
ond act a large drawing room of a
handsome summer home.

ESTABLISHED 1818
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BROADWAY coR.TWENT(-5ECOND S
Frw YOt..
Our Representative, Mr. Walker

At this season-when good clothes take on new importance-
we make unusual efforts to provide for every requirement, and
our display is mere comprehensive than ever.
Young Men's Suits, either in staple models or the new Eng-
lish effects, coats 30 to 32 inches* long, two or three buttoned,
flat or soft roll lapels, beautifully tailored, are now being shown
by us.
An inspection of our SPRING CLOTHING will convince you of
the up-to-dateness of our Clothing Department.
J F. WUERTH CO.

HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS

For Men, Young Men and Boys

EASTER CLOTHING

will be at

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SHOWROOMS,
301 South State St.

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The New Spring Models are now being shown at
Ilayley's Millinery, 206 E. Libcrty
Hair Goods a Specialty Phone 1390-J
See the World's Star Hosiery
"THE KIND THAT WEARS"
Beauty and Strength Combined. Agency at 626 E.Liberty
Grue.rorves Bldg., cor. State and Liberty. Entrance on Liba
fetrdL.R erty, Up Stairs, Room 1. PHONE 539-L

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TOMORROW,

With latest Suits, Overcoats, Sporting
and Motor Garments, English Hab-
erdashery, Hats and Shoes.

U.OF me

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MAKERS OF Detroit
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caps, Cowns & Hoods
for All Degrees.. verywo man
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For a Quiet Afternoon
or Evening

GO UP THE HURON

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SAMPLER
9 in the best
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Canoe Trips
YPSILANTI - Twelve miles. Time,
four hours. total cost, incluing
rent of canoe, dray and
freight .......... $. 1.73
LAKELAD', and down the Huron,
Thirty-five miles. Time, one day.
Total cost. Including rent $2 #0
of canoe, dray and freight 4

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U. of M. Boat House
North Main St. By the Bridge
P. G. TESSMER, Prop.
Y. W. C. A. Chooses Officers.
largarei, Eaton, '13, was eleoted
president of the Y. W. C. A. for the
coming year'Tuesday afternoon. Irene
Bigalke, '13, was chosen vice-presi-
dent, Estella Hooker,'15, secretary, and
Edith Miles, '16, treasurer.
Seniors.
Have your cap and gown measure-
ments taken taken at Mack and Co., at
once. No deposit required. 125-127

in the class-room as well ae on the campus are only won
bytraining. Fit yourself-get the last ounce that's in you.
and you'll be able to do better work. It is full of life and
'vigor-delightfully wholesome.. 1
Delicious -- Refreshing -- Thirst -Quenchiulg
Whenever Demand the Genuine-Refuse Substitutes
you see an THE COCA-COLA Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Arrow think
of Coca-Cola.

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Candies

CRACKER JACK

u' Tried Us?

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ig Goods are Arriving Daily

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Each day brings new assortment of the nobbiest spring clothing for young men.
Easter comes early and you will have to think of your Easter clothes sooner than usual. Look
over our large stock .before purchasing. A few Fall and Winter Suits andcOvercoats atY sac-
rifice prices.
Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.

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