TIHE MICHIGAN I AILY
Spring Suits, Overcoats
Hats and Furnishings
In all the latest and
We have a line of SHIRTS
and NECKWEAR that com-
prises all of the nobby ideas
Our prices are reasonable
for seasonable goods.
WADHAMS & CO.
121-123 So. rlain St.
Make your Kodak
Come in and get one of the new backs that will
make your kodak up-to-date. There is no extra
charge for autographic films.
524 5. State Strt
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The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-103-105 South Main Street
Surplus and Profits . .
That is correct
in style and fit
We have a few Trial Machines
which we offer at greatly reduced
prices on the easiest of terms. Will
be glad to have you try them.
We rent typewriters, too.
ROYAL TYPEWRITZR CO. INC.
A. H.COHEN, Resident Salesman
Phone 2282 1314 So. University Avenue
The new fabrics for this
season are here in large
CALL E ARLY
516 E. William Street
Our cloth patterns are all specials. The .woolen
house we represent has amonopoly on them,
are among our specials. They are the real attraction this
year. An "overplaid" is two plaids crossing at right
angles, but much subdued so as to give a rich effect.
OUR STYLES ARE EXCLUSIVE
COMMENCE PREPARATIONS FOR
FIRST ANNUAL COTTON BALL
Will Be Gie at Union Next Friday,
Replacing Annual Formal Dance
of Former Years
Preparations for the first' annual
Cotton Ball are making rapid headway
prior to its staging at the Union from
9:30 o'clock to 2:30 o'clock next Fri-
day night and Saturday morning. The
affair is to replace the annual formal
dance previously maintained by the
Men are requested to don summer
clothing such as flannel or white duck
trousers or Palm Beach suits, and the
women are expected to attend in sum-
mier frocks. The Boat club minstrel
show will end in time for any who
wish to attend both that and the
Special decorations and programs,
surprise features, refreshments and
favors will. be included. "Ike" Fisher's
seven piece banjorine orchestra will
be on hand, and Leroy Scanlon, '16L,
will offer stunts. No flowers or car-
riages will be permitted. Pasteboards
go on sale at the Union counter Mon-
day afternoon at $1.50, and the nun-
ber is limited to 100 couples.
MAY HONOR ALFREDI NOBLE, '70E
Regents Now Considering Memorial
for Distinguished Graduate
Alfred Noble, '70E, one of the most
distinguished graduates of the engi-
neering college, but now deceased,
may be honored by the university with
the erection of a memorial in his hon-
or. The board of regents appointed a
committee from its body at its session
Thursday for the consideration of
such a memorial, and it is probable
that some report will be made to the
board at its next meeting in May.
Alfred Noble, besides being a grad-
uate of the engineering college, was
granted the honorary degree of LL.D.
by the university in 1895, and received
the same distinction from the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin in 1904. From 1886
until 1904 he supervised the construc-
tion of various railway bridges across
the Missisippi river and elsewhere,
and gained a national reputation as an
engineer from these projects. In 1895
he was appointed a member of the
Nicaragua canal board, and was also
a member of the Isthmian canal com-
mission from 1899 until 1903. In 1905
he was chosen a member of the board
of consulting engineers of the Pan-
ama Canal, and held this place for
two years. He was a member of the
American Society of Civil Engineers,
and was president of the body during
the year of 1903.
INITIATES TO ORDER OF COIF
GIVEN DINNER BY LAW FACULTY
Members of the Law School faculty
entertained the newly elected initiates
of the Order of the Coif at a dinner
given last evening at the Union. The
dinner was of an informal nature at
which several responded to toasts. The
order of the Coif is a senior law hon-
orary society, and the elections for
this year were held last month.
Those elected into membership, and
for whom the dinner was given are:
Margeurite K. Ashford, Henry C. Bo-
gle, Victor H. Hampton, Herbert H.
Harshman, Buell McCash, Solomon W.
Marx, Roswell B. O'Harra, Allen M.
Reed, Henry Rottschaefer, Edwin R.
Thurston, .Tames C. Tucker, and
Charles J. Hilkey.
LOST-Pink cameo pin. Please1 re-
Jurn 1520 S. University Ave. Re-
Saturday, April 24 - "Lieutenant Gos-
nar," (with Ruth Stonehouse).
Next Week - "O'Garry of the Royal
Mounted," (with Edith Story).
(except Friday and Saturday)
The House of Famous Playsby Famous
Apr. 24-Sat. Marguerite Clark in Cru
cible. 5 parts, rebooked.
Fu n i, ture
DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO YOU
The people of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County are cor-
dially invited to call at the Exhibition Rooms of the COME-
PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY and examine for themselves
the splendid values offered in choice furniture at prices represent-
ing, in many instances, A SAVING OF 100 PER CENT, as
compared with prices usually charged.
The Come-Packt Mission and Craftsmen Designs are par-
ticularly suitable for fraternity and club houses. We also design
and make special furniture to order.
Builders of new homes will.find it to their advantage to em-
ploy the facilities afforded by our factory for the production of
"built-in" furniture for libraries, dens, halls, dining-rooms and
Take Packard Street car to State Street and go one block south
and three blocks west to factory of
COME-PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY
Corner Edwin and Division Streets
SHOWS:AFTEHN00S 4:00: EYE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Saturday-"The First Commandment,'
3-part Drama, with Tom Moore and
Marguerite Courtot. "At the End of a
Perfect Day,"-part drama. Also z-part
FIRST NATIONAL BA N Ii
Capital - - $100,000
Surplus and P s 65000
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Ab-
bott, S. W. Clarkson, P,. D. Kinne, Harrison
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
COSMOPOLITANS PICK OFFICERS
President Harry Hutchins Honored by
President Harry B. Hutchins was
elected honorary member of the Cos-
mopolitan lub by the board of direc-
tors at a meeting held to nominate
officers for next year. William Robert-
son, '16D, and Earl Pinney, '16, were
nominated for the presidency of the
organization for the college year 1915-
The student nominees for the board
of' directors of the club are: W. C.
Achi, '14-'17L, Frank Olmstead, '16,
W. F. Crockett, '16, C. H. Sung, 15,
T. C. Lieu, '15, Fred B. Foulk, '16L, G.
H. Koumjian, '15, and O.T. Kreuser,'17.
The faculty members nominated were:
Prof. J. A. C. Hildner, Prof. J. P. Bird,
Prof. C: P. Wagner and Mr. N. H. Cole..
MANY RESERVATIONS PLACED
FOR ENGINEERS' SUMMER CAMP
Over 80 junior engineers have made
reservations for the annual summer
camp of the department of civil engi-
neering this year, and a number of
other arrangements have been made
for the trip. The staff of "The Black
Fly," the camp weekly has been elect-
ed, with Gordon Cooke, '16E, as edi-
tor. The camp orchestra has already
held a number of rehearsals, and L.
C. Wilcoxen, '16E, has been made
chairman of the camp rifle committee.
The board of regents yesterday pro-
vided for the installation of a sewer
system at the camp, and the building
of a new kitchen was authorized. It
is also probable that appropriations
will be made later for the construction
of a number of steel buildings at the
DEAN'S PEANUTS are always satis-
fying. Try them. 10 cents a poupd.
711 N. UNIVERSITY
-Vembers of the Canadian club will
hold a dance at 9:00 o'clock tonight in
Barbour gym, at which Prof. W. G.
Smeaton and Mrs. Smeaton will be
Senior engineering canes will be giv-
en out to members of the class between,
3:00 o'clock and 5:00 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon at C. D. Wiley's on South
State street. All engineers who re-
ceived canes before the Spring holi-
days are requested to leave them at
Haller's jewelry store for engraving
before 6:00 o'clock Tuesday night.
-Members of the Cabinet club will
meet at a luncheon, at 6:00 o'clock;
Sunday, at the Union to make arrange-
ments for a spring dance at the Coun-
try club. The dance will be givenoin
conjunction with the Scalp and Blade
-Cliaperons who have promised to at-
tend the Union memberphip dance
ftom 9:00 o'clock to 12:00
o'clock tonight are: Dr. F. R.
Waldron and Mrs. Waldron, and
Prof. O. C. Glaser and Mrs. Glaser.
Pasteboards were practically all sold
by last night.
-Several students have received work
during the past two or three days at
the Michigan Union employment bu-
reau. Numerous jobs of temporary
nature and two board jobs are includ-
ed on the list. More patrons wishing
student help have been urged to make
use of the bureau.
-Phi Alpha Delta, law fraternity, will
occupy its new home on the corner
of Forest and Hill when college opens
next fall. The new house will have
three stories and will accommodate
26 men. The first floor will be built of
red brick, and the upper two of stuc-
co. The main entrance of white wood,
colonial style, will face on Forest ave-
nue. The plans for the house were
drawn by R. W. Coke.
-Engineering society held its Spring
dahce last night at Granger's danc-
ing academy. The chaperons were
Prof. Ralph Curtiss, of the astronomy
department, and Mrs. Curtiss, and Mr.
H. F. French, of the engineering col-
lege, and Mrs. French. The Old Town
quartet gave a number -of selections
during the dance, and Chase B. Sikes,
'16, sang& a solo.
John McCormack is Coming
You will want to hear his famous records on the Victrola.
Our stock is most complete NOW. Come in and
hear McCormack's most favorite records
before going to the May Festival
120-122 E. Liberty