THE XICHIGAN DAILY.
to Remind You
Spring is here and so are
pith a complete line of
for the season.
PASS RESOLUTION OF REGRET
AT PROF. SMALLEY'S DEATH.
FIVE FACULTY MEMBERS ARE
CHOSEN FOR HONOR COLLEGE
Members of Michigan Academy
Science Honor Former Member
of Economics Faculty.
of I New
Medical Organization Contains
More Than 300 Charter
1 rn oLeave
When you discover you are not dealing with a one-price store,
it's time to leave. A concession in price may look like a bargain.
It is not. It means the first price was not the real one. It means
you may get a second or third reduction, if you are persistent.
Haggling is not the modcrn way of doing business. Our
line of famnots
Pa lace of Sweets
rsrftiah the 'Ice Creomn
At a recent meeting of the eco-
nomics section of the Michigan Acad-
emy of Science, a resolution was pass-
ed to express its sympathy. upon the
death of Harrison S. Snalley of the
economics department. The resolu-
Whereas, Death has removed from
our midst our beloved associate Dr.
H. S. Smalley, a charter member and
chief promoter as well as one of the
most active participants in the delib-
erations of this section of economics,
Be it resolved that the members of
the economics section take this op-
portunity to express their sense of
loss, both personal and professional,
and voice their deep appreciation of
the services of Dr. Smalley to this
university, to the realm of scholar-
ship and society.
Be it further resolved that copies
of these resolutions be sent to Mrs.
Smalley and to the publications of
the university,-The Michigan Daily
and the Alumnus.
B. H. RYDER,
F. M. TAYLOR,
W. O. HEDRICK,
Michigan Academy of Science, Eco-
Five faculty members of the medi-
cal department have been chosen as
charter members of the proposed new
Honorary College of American Sur-
geons. They are Profs. C. G. Darling,
R. Peterson, R. B. Canfield,, C. B. G.
de Nancrede and W. R. Parker, of the
department of medicine and surgery.
About 300 charter members were
chosen from a list of more than 2,000
names of the prominent surgeons in
this country. They will be empow-
ered to issue to qualified applicants
certificates of competency to practice
The new college will be systemat-
ically organized at the Congress of
American Physicians to be held in
Washington, D. C.,: starting from May
5. Many members of the medical de-
partment will be present at this time,
and papers will be read by Dean V. C.
Vaughan, and Profs. R. Peterson and
D. W. Cowie.
is all marked in plain figures. You get the rock-bottom price
At the Start
Withou t argunment, witlo't q1estun we give yon honest cloth-
ing and full value for your money.
$15.00 - $25.00
brand Clothing for Men
HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS
The New Spring M dels are now being shown at
a lyd 's Millinery, 2116. Liberty
Hair Goods anpcat Phone 1390-J
Attention to Fraternitiss
y ~ send Sororities
ON MAIN STREET
beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental,
D. F. WOOD WARD
Bidg. Second Floor
p Chubb House
209 South State Street
ives Clean, Wholesome Board at
1.00 per Week. Safe Drinking
C. C. Freenmo m. Proprletor
Spring Underwear Galore
-. D.", "Porosknit", "Twintex", "Cooper's"
new styles in Spring Shirts, with French Cuffs
with collar to match.
'ARSITY TOGGERY SHOP
1107 S. University Ave.
SAVAGE CANINES CAUSE SCARE.
Muzzle and Leash May Be Required
For Bull Dogs.
Alarmed by the vicious tendencies
of many bull dogs running at large
on the city streets of late, the author-
ities have been stirred to draft an
amendment to the existing,.ordinance
regulating the harboring of bull dogs.
The proposed amendment is in the
hands of the ordinance committee of
of the city common council, and pro-
vides that all bull dogs shall be held
by a strong leash while abroad on the
city streets, and must be securely
For violation of the city ordinance,
owners of bull dogs are liable to a
fine of not more than $50, and a jail'
Returns After Rest at Mt. Clemens.
Prof. A. S. Whitney of the educa-
tion department, who left his univer-
sity duties -before spring vacation on
account of overwork, is now back in
Ann Arbor after a short rest cure
at Mt. Clemens. His health has been
decidedly improved, and he is now
meeting his classes regularly.
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
For Sale-Second hand 18 ft. Mullins
canoe. Also new Mullins Canoes,
cash or' time. Orrin J. Wenzel, 636'
So. Thayer St., 682-J. 136-38
Canoe For Sale-Senior leaving in
June. Joint use this spring. Call
Found-Raincqat left at University
Music House. Owner can have same
by calling and paying for this ad.
Parties for Normal students and
friends at Harnack's Academy as fol-
April 19 and 26.
May 10 and 24.
Contrarie Mary Souvenir Scores and
sheet musio for sale at Schaeberle &
Son's Music House. tf
PROSPECTS ARE BRIGHT FOR
THIS YEAR'S TENNIS TEAM.
Captain Andrews, Holmboe, Shafroth9
Coolidge, and Hall Will Form
Nucleus For Squad.
With four of the 1912 tennis squad
back, prospects are bright for this
year's team. Holmboe, Shafroth,
Coolidge and Hall, with Capt. An-
drews should form a nucleus about
which a splendid team' can be built.
Dr. A. 0. Lee, of the German depart-
ment, will, coach the squad, beginning
his work with the picking of the rep-
resentative seven next week.
The schedule of games for 1913 is
not yet definite, but it is generally un-
derstood that an eastern trip, includ-
ing all the big colleges, will be taken.
In view of this, Dr. Lee wishes all
interested in trying out for the squad
to report without delay, as there is
still time to make the team.
A freshman team will be called
next week and efforts are to be made
to give numerals to those making the
team. As this is the first year that
the varsity squad has been awarded
monogram caps, there is good ground
for giving numerals to the fresh. Sev-
eral games are expected for the year-
ling team, probably with the smaller
institutions in the state.
Jamboree Tickets Are Now On Sale..
Musical numbers for the Junior
Jamboree, "a social anomaly" have
been received from Finzel's orchestra
of Detroit. The- program contains
some of the biggest hits from popular
and operatic music.
Tickets which were given out yes-
terday have met with a ready sale.
They are being sold by social com-
mittees of 1914 lit and engineering
INTERCLASS BASEBALL PLANS
TO BE DISCUSSED AT MEETING
The Largest, and
Most Exp ensive
Picture Ever Shown
"FROM THE MANGER
A Kale B blicaI Masterpiece
Presents a ilm which has re-
quired eight months of artistic
industry to produce.
TEN GENTS ADMISSSION
WOMEN T1O GiVE 'IOAN OF ARV,"
Pageant Will Take Place of General
Joan d'Arc's life from yoith to her
death at the burning stake will be
presented in pageant form under the
auspices of the Women's League at
the annual field day t:o be hld soon
after the May festival. This part of
the day's program will take the place
of the former May day dances.
About 300 Ntpmen are needed to fill
the role;s of the entertainment. Prof.
H. A. Kenyon, who is to direct the
women taking part, will issue a call
for tryouts next week. All university
women ara ligible to compete for
The pageant is to be patterned after
simitar affairs given at Wellesly and
Bryn Mawr. An admission charge
will be made and the proceeds devot-
ed to the fund for residence halls.
Unique inform, with flavor mficentt - tter tan anyt ing you have ever tried.
Atall -oce- LANMC per Package.
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY - HOLLAND, MiCHIGAN
Will Occupy New House Next Fall,
The new house of the Sigma Chi
fraternity, which is being erected just
south of the Michigan Union, on State
street, will be ready for occupation by
the beginning of the fall term. The
first floor of , the building is already
finished'and.it is expected that the en-
tire exterior will be completed by the
time of commencement.
i food-12 servings in each package. There's nothing so appetiz-
e. Our booklet "The Dainty Dutch Delicacy" full of interesting
it the many ways of serving, sent free upon request.
Is Quarantined With Scarlet Fever,
Prof. Clarence L. Meader of the
Latin department has been quaran-
tined with scarlet fever on account of
the illness of his daughter Alice. The
quarantine may be lifted today and he
probably will meet his classes next
IOc THE PACKAGE AT ALL GROCERS
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY, Holland, Mioh.
Ann, Arbor Press
FICIAL PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY s
ers of Student Publications
Us when you want something fine in Dance
and Banquet Programs.
Iding Telephone 27
Coach Douglas Will Address
Managers at "Confab" on
e was lost.
ON STATE STREET
With good baseball weather here to
stay, plans will be concluded for the
starting of the interclass baseball se-
ries, when the managers of the class
teams meet with Coach Douglas at
the athletic office at 7:30 o'clock on
Monday night. As has been done with
all the interclass sports this year, the
athletic association has delegated the
piloting of baseball men to Coach
Nothing certain is known of the
chances of the various class aggre-
gations in the coming competition, al-
though the usual predictions of vic-
tory are being advanced by, the mana-
gers. The fresh engineers won the
campus gonfalon last spring, but are
not considered formidable this year
as their winning strength depende&!
principally upon the presence of Sis-
ler in the box. Varsity work will o
course bar him from participation in
the approaching struggle.
Soph Lits Will Hold Smoker at Union
A large number of tickets for the
soph lit smoker to be given next Mon-
day night at the Union, were disposed
of yesterday. for 25 cents each. Speak-
ers for the cceasion have not been
arranged as yet, but will be announc-
Leaves For Washigon roday
Prof. C. W. Edmunds, of the de-
partment of medicine and surgery,
will leave for Washington, D.° C., to.
day, where he will testify in the su-
preme court of the District o Colum-
bia in a case of prose;ution for in-
fringement of the national pure food
New York Editor Visits University.
J. George Frederick, of the Business
Poirse of New York City, visited the
university yesterday. Mr. Frederick
formerly was editor of "Printer's Ink"
and at the present time is editor of
"Efficiency," and directing editor of
"Advertising and Selling."
L,,wvGraduate Offere (Good Location,
Another offer has been received by
the law department to provide asuit-
able loc~ttion for some promising
graduate. The letter came from A. F.
Nerlinger, oftTraverse City, Mich.,
wxho wishes to sell out ,his' practice.
A library and office fixtures is includ-
ed in the offer.
We Serve Hot
"Pied" Forms Causes Late Delivery
The falling of the type forms of the
first 1and fourth pages of The Michi-
gan Daily was the cause of the late
delivery ycsterday. About 900 copies
were printed when the accident hap-
ened, and the remainder couldsnot
be pinted until the forms were reset
at 9:00 o'clock.
Transacts Business in Chicago Today.
Dr. Carl E. Parry, of the economics
department, left for Chicago last ev-
ening on business of a private nature.
He will return tonight.
COX SONS&VININO, New York
Caps, Cowns & Hoods
for All Degrees.
AACK & CO , Representative
When looking for a choice gift that
no one else has, you may find it at
They all like it. Take he~r a box this
week end. Martha Washington Candy
at University Pharmacy. Sat.
eologist Begins Series of Lectures4
State Geologist R. C. Allen has com-
menced a series of lectures on geo-
logical subjects which will continue1
throughout the semester. The lee-
tures are open to advanced students'
ig Goods are Arriving Daily
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 and Overcoats at sac-
,Con in,.Flegel Co.