THE MICHIGAN LAILY
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Suits . $5l5to $30
Balmacaans $12 to $25
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-With his left hand badly burned by
hot glycerine in the chemistry labora-
tory yesterday morning, George H.
Loselle, '15, is in the homeopathic hos-
pital recovering from the effects of
the accident. Officials at the universi-
ty health service who treated his burns
said yesterday that all of the fingers
of his hand were severely blistered.
-Activities at the Union employment
bureau have grown considerably dur-
ing the past week, three board jobs
and several odd jobs now being on
hand at the office for working stu-
-Statistics given out by the universi-
ty health service yesterday show that
2,020 calls were made at the office dur-
ing April, as against 3,725 during
March. Allowance must be made,
however, for the 10-day spring vaca-
tion during April. .
-Michigan's board of regents will
hold its regular meeting May 21, when
plans for next year will be acted upon.
All communications to be presented to
the board at this meeting should be in
the hands of Pres. Harry B. Hutchins
by tomorrow noon.
-But few copies of the 1915 Michl-
ganensian, which have been placed at
the State street book stores, are left
for sale. While the edition is practi-
cally exhausted, it is not likely that an
extra one will be printed unless there
is a large demand for more copies.
-A. B. C. Wilson, of the Associated
Press, who was to have spoken today,
has postponed the delivery of his
speech until Monday, when it will be
given at 2:00 o'clock in room 203 of
-Galens, undergraduate medical soci-
ety, elected the following men into
membership from the sophomore med-
ical class: R. W. Ullrich, J. B. Grant,
T. M. Marks, B. H. Shepard, W. A.
Fort, and J. T. Connell.
--Gertrude Roos and Helen Ely have
been appointed to the sodial committee
of the junior lit class.
Hydroplane to Fly at Regatta, May 29
Officers and regatta chairmen of the
Boat club at a recent meeting receiv-
ed a proposal from the president of
the university Aero club for hydro-
plane flights at the annual regatta on
Barton pond, May 29. The proposal
met with hearty approval from the
aquatic organization men, and accord-
ing to present prospects, the aero-
plane is to be rehauled and made into
a hydroplane in time for the celebra-
tion on the Huron. Flights will be
made during the afternoon program,
over the crowds and pond.
Fresh lit baseball practice, Ferry
field, 3:00 o'clock. .
Glee and Mandolin club banquet and
election of officers at Union tomorrow,
5:30 o'clock. Informal.
Meeting of the upper girls' section
of the Deutscher Verein in the Verein
rooms at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
Band meets in front of University
hall at 3:45 o'clock for ball game,
marching uniform, at 6:45 o'clock at
Union clubhouse, uniform of white
trousers and blue coats. Prompt and
full attendance necessary.
0. F. HOPPE
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Films Developed & Printed
Over two thousand (8xio) com-
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and sold, within the last month,
and have pleased many.
(except Friday and Saturday)
Tues. May 'i-In the Park (with Chas.
chaplin) "chip of The Flying U"
(with Kathlyn Williams.)
Wed. May 12-After the Storm (with
The Dig Store
69E. Liberty St.
FXNE RIEPAIRING OF JEWELRY
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The House of Famous Plays by Famous
May io-ii-Mon. Tues.--Elsie Janis, in
The Caprices of Kitty. 5-part Para-
May 12-Wed.-Mary Pickford i Behind
the Scenes. Rebooked. Paramount.
May 13 14-Thurs.-Fri.-Lois Weber in
Sunshine Molly,,5 part. Paramount.
SHOWS: AFTERNOONS 4:00: EYE. 8:15; 7:45; 9:15
Mon. May to-"A Theft in the Dark," a
3-part feature with Miriam. Nesbit.
Ham Comedy. .-part drama.
Tues. May m-"The Cipher Key," 3apart
feature with Earl Metcafe. The ward
of the Mission, i-part drama, x-part
Wednesday, May 12-CLARA KIMBALL
YOUNG in "Hearts in Exile," Five
part Shubert feature.
THE BEST & BIGGEST PHOTOPLAYS
Matinee, 3 P. M. Nights, 7-8:30
Wed. and Thurs., May 12-13
S. Miller Kent in "THE COWBOY AND
THE LADY," by Clyde Fitch, 5 reels; and
Fri. and Sat., May 14.15
"A FOOL THERE WAS," "The Vam-
pire," Edward Jose and Theda Bare.
Ladies' Souvenir Matinee, Tue. and Fri.
School Children's Matinee, Sat., Sc.
ALL SEATS TEN CENTS
The Ypsilanti Normal Concert course
will give the last concert of the sea-
son. Normal choir, Frederick Alex-
ander, conductor in program of unae-
companied part-songs. Thursday, May
13th, at 8 P. M.
FOR SALE-Up-to-date white enamel
Harvard Dental chair, new Webber
Cuspidor, not been used one month,
vulcanizer, flasks and other small
instruments. Will sell very cheap.
Mrs. E. B. Stafford, '17 E. Maple Ave.
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Tar Sigma Delta to Initiate Members
Tau Sigma Delta, honor society for
studenta of architecture and landscape
design, will initiate five new mem-
bers at a dinner at 6:30 o'clock tomor-
row night at Foster's tea room. Prof.
Aubrey Tealdi, of the landscape de-
sign department, and Prof. H. R. Cross,;
of the fine arts department, will be the
speakers. The initiates are: Kathleen
Cutting, grad., Fred A. Brinkman, '16A,
George B. Hammond, '16A, Alexander
McColl, '16A, and Arthur Moninger,
'16A. The election of the five new
members took place before Christmas
Woolsack Holds Initiation Banquet
Woolsack held an initiation banquet
last evening at the Union in honor of
the initiates elected into the honorary
society last week. Prof. Gordon Ston-
er, of the law faculty, spoke on "The
Responsibility of the Lawyer." Short
talks were also given by Lawrence.
Sprague and W. L. Miller.
The following amendments of the
constitution of the University of!Mich-
igan Union have been proposed by the
board of directors and will be voted
upon at the mass meeting to be held
in Hill auditorium, on the evening of
Section 2. To be amended to read
as follows: Any person eligible to ac-
tive membership may become a life
member on payment of $50.00.
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Section 2. To be amended to read
as follows: Any 25 members of the
Union may nominate candidates for
any or all offices for which the nom-
inating committee nominates by sign-
ing a petition and filin'g it, properly
signed, with the recording sec-
retary before 9:00 o'clock of
the fourth day preceding Cam-
pus Election Day. On so re-
ceiving the nomination of one or more
candidates, the recording secretary
shall at once cause the list of nomi-
nees appearing in The Michigan Dai-
ly and on the bulletin boards to be
Section 3. (a) The election of offi-
cers shall be held in University hall,
or such place as the board of direc-
tors designates, on the third Saturday
in May, or on such, day as is fixed for
campus election day. The polls shall
be open from 9:00 to 12:00 o'clock, or
during what ever time the polls for
the Campus Election Day shall be
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