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'HE MICI4IUAN T)AIILY

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We are showing the latest styles in Suits, Top Coats
Sport Coats, Hats, Caps and Furnishings
Wadhams & Co.'s Corner.
Main & Washington Sts.
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CITY NEWS
That both resident and nonresident
girls receive higher grades than boys
all through the high school course,
ranging about 10 per cent higher in
A's and a smnall per -cent better in B's
also, is one of the facts discovered by
Prof. C. n. Davis of the educational
department and set forth in an ar-
ticle published in the March Educa-
tional Administration and Supervision
magazine and now printed in pamphlet
form for distribution.

.Bontell" Blouses

Thert's an interes
"Bontell" blouses;
derie of the campu
of treatm
insoucian
"Bontell'
from the
9Geneve" -
and front
chine blocs
plaiting.
tint.
Hat of pic
ribbon wit
any color ca

ting harmony of
and the camara-
s - a simplicate
tent, a youthful
ce t h a t sets
" blouss apart
usual.
- The collar, cuffs
of this crepe d e
se are edged with
In white or flesh
5.50
ot-edged gros grain
h straw rose. In
ombination. '4.50

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THE PEACOCK
May not be a noble bird
but his feathers are ad-
mired by all. Clothes of
this kind are inlividually
custom tailored by
ARTHUR F, MARQUARDT
Campus Tailor
516 East William St. Phone 1422 J

Coach "Bones" Armstrong of Ann
Arbor high school has high hopesof
winning the interscholastic track
meet, which will be held at Albion,
this week Saturday. The local school
has entered a man in almost every
event, with promising chances of tak-
ing firsts in a number of them.
Three hundred Ann Arbor high
school boys havo pledged themselves
to march in the Memorial Day parade.
The girls of the school will review the
procession as it passes the high school
building.
Joseph J. Rockwood, an Augusta
township farmer has filed suit against
Leon L. Curry, in the local circuit
court, asking for $3,500 damages.
Motor patrolman Sodt as usual
reaped his share of speed-law violat-
ors during thepast week end. Fol-
lowing are those who were caught in
the meshes of the law: Vener E. Brace,
a high school student,.for speeding 50
miles an hour on Packard street, was
fined $5 and costs; Richard Gurk,; for
driving 30 miles an hour 'on Washing-
ton street; M. O'Dell, of. Detroit, for
speeding on Packard street, and Dan-
iel Vinton, also of Detroit. for shpot-
ing down Packard street at the rate
of 35 miles an hour.
Russel Bucholz was arrested Tues-
day for speeding on Packard street.
Justice Thomas imposed a fine of $20
and costs of $3.45 owing tothe abuive
languagf with which he addressed
Off cer Sodt who arrested' him.
Kenneth Porter, '1$E, was arrested
by Officer Blackburn for leaving his
bright headlights shining while the
car was sanding in front of the Michi-
gan Cen al depot.
State Highway Inspector Lee Town-
send is in the city to inspect some of
the country roads in the near vicinity.
Main street now has safety zones
,vhich the police marked out last Sun-
day morning.
A total of 66 people had been ex-
amined for tuberculosis by the free
clinic which is being conducted at the
city Y. M. C. A. up until yesterday
noon. Twenty-nine had been examined
in the similar clinic which is being
conducted at Milan.
Testimony in the case of Benjamin
Buss against William Oasius showed a
rather novel way in which some of
the university graduates may obtain
an easy living. One of the causes
which the plaintiff gives for suing was
that during the defendant's recent ill-
ness, he was frequently called upon to
scratch his back.

CAMPUS IN 8BRIEF
Dean John R. Effinger, Prof. A. L.
Cross and Prof. A. S. Whitney will in-
spect the School of Education at Chica-
go today and the School of Education at
Madison, Wisconsin, Friday.
This western trip is for the purpose
of gathering information for a commit-
tee of the literary faculty to consider
changes of methods for training secon-
dary teachers.
Owing to cogestion in traffic the
shrubs which were planted on the
campus this year were held up forI
several weeks and were rather badly
withered on their arrival. They were
saet out immediately and because of
the frequent rains have flourished
greatly in spite of their poor condition.
The members of the Commerce club
who have been on the Cleveland trip
will arrive in Detroit this morning
on the D. & C. boat and will reach
Ann Arbor about 9:30 o'clock.
R. H. Easterbrook, '15, left yester-
day for the Payette National forest in
Idaho, where he has accepted a posi-
tion as forest guard.
N. L. Carey, grad., will leave Fri-.
hay for Portland, Oregon, where he
has accepted a position as a special
investigator for the Portland office of
the United States Forestry Service.
On a trip of inspection, students in
course 4 of the chemical engineering
curriculum will visit two large Michi-
gan manufacturing plants Saturday.
The series of lecturesconducted un-
der the auspices of the rhetoric de-
partment, will be brought to a close,
Wednesday, May 31, when Frank
Bright, managing editor of the De-
; troit Times, will speak on the ideal
reporter.
Leigh Middleditch, '19E, has been
called to his home in Detroit, owing
to the death of his father. It is ex-
pected that he will return Monday to
resume his studies.
Dr. Saer will take his class in
geology 25B to Put-in-Bay next Tues-
day, Memorial Day. Only those in the
class are expected to make the trip.
After all outstanding debts were
paid, the sum of $20.34 was cleared on
the Soph Prom. The committee de-
cided to give the money to the Union
building fund. The books have been
turned over to Prof. L. A. Strauss for
inspection.
F. M. Allen, '1831, was elected vice-
president of the University health ser-
vice representatives instead of F. W.
Allen, '19M.
Senior Engineers Hold Informal Sing
About 60 senior engineers held an
informal sing on the diagonal walk
at the close of the all-campus affair
last night. H. H. Phillips, the '16
engineer president, was master of
ceremonies. The concert was par-
tially in honor of the new senior
engineer song book which went on
sale yesterday at the University Mu-
sic store.
To Hold Verein Dance Friday Night
The Deutscher Verein dance will
be given in the Barbour gymnasium
parlors from 8:30 to 11:30 o'clock
Friday night. Fischer's orchestra will
furnish the music. The dance is to
be given for tlie members of the soci-
ety and a few friends who have been
invited. There will be card playing
for those who do not dance.

LUNCHES, CANDIES, HOT St
AT THE

SUGAR BOWL
1 0 9 SO6 U T H MAI N S T R E E T

G A LLMENDINGER'S
Music Shop
Phone 1692-F 1 122 E. Lii

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WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS
"Boning" for Exams
is not a pleasant task for the ladcwhose mental
machinery is clogged with the toxins that come
from improper food. A lazy mind and sluggish
liver are 'the twin troubles of college days.
Elastic muscles and a keen, alert mind come
from eating
Shredded, WhePal
the food that makes sturdy men and women filled with
the bouyant enthusiasm of youth-a food that contains
all the rich, muscle-making, brain-building material in
the whole wheat grain made digestible by steam -cook-
ing, shredding and baking. Shredded Wheat is on the
training table of nearly every college and university
in the United States and Canada. It has given brain and
brawn to many a victorious college crew in this and
other lands. Two Shredded Wheat Biscuits with
milk or cream, or fresh fruits, will supply all the
strength needed for work or play, in the class room
or on the athletic field.

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dIRLS' GLEE CLUB TO SING
MEDLEY OF FORMER SONG HITS
Recalling the song hits of the Junior
Girls' Plays, of this year and past
years, the Girls' Glee club, at their
concert, Saturday night, will sing a
newly arranged medley of songs from
these plays. Some of the better
known of the selections are "I Know
a Secret," "Years Ago at Michigan,"
"My Wonderful Dream Girl," "Alma
Mater," and "I'll Love You Till the

Next One Comes." The club will be
accompanied by the mandolin club,
which makes its first appearance at
this concert.
Another special feature will be the
singing y the entire club of the well
known Cadman Indian songs, which
have been specially arranged for
women's voices. The selections chos-
en are "From the Land of the Sky-
Blue Water," "Far Off I Hear a Lov-
er's Lute" and the "Indian Love Song."
An informal dance will follow the con-
cert in Barbour gymnasium.

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The Delta '4J II Supply Stare
ADVERTISI.NG

Electric Fan

The cooling breezes of an electric fan cost you only a
few cents a day and give you great comfort in

LOST

LOST-Two rings in general library,
one diamond, one circlet of pearls.
Finder please. leave at reference
desk. m24
LOST-Tuesday night, small brown
leather purse with sum of money.
Call 583-M. Reward. m25-26
LOST-Pelson finding slide rule in
311 Eng. Bldg. Monday please call
2144-J. m25-26
LOST-3B pipe between Eng. Bld. and
Maj. Reward. Call 1552-w.
m24,25 ,26
LOST-Raincoat in room 345 Engi-
neering building. Call 870-R. m23
LOST-About $3.50; tied in handker-
chief. Phone 251. m25'

FOR SALE.
FOR SALE-Indiana reports, Statutes,
Digests, text books, Cyc, Corpus
Juris, high grade sanitary oak of-
fice furniture and chairs. Excel-
lent location and opportunity for
practice. Willits, 212-218 Willits
Bldg., Kokomo, Indiana.
FOR SALE-A settee, Mission style,
first-class condition. Call 1661-W
for appointment to see it. m21,23,25
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-One furnished apartment
in Cutting Flats during July and
August. Telephone..1358-W between
8 and 10 A. M. m25-26-27
MISCELLANEOUS

'the 71,me
the Office
The~j Store
The Shop

"Kaffee Kochen" and coffee served
every afternoon at Grand Charity Ba-
zaar, Armory, 5th Avenue. m25
Buy your calling cards at Shee-
han's.'tf

Dean Bates Given Honor Appointment
Dean H. M. Bates, of the Law School,
has been appointed one of the hono-
rary vice-presidents of the American
Rights committee, which is interested
in the promoting of the pro-ally cause
in this country.

Get It No.w.-Xou'll Need It Soon

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Eastern Michigan Divislon

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Baltimore luicl Ma ier Break1 Leg thc ball he violently twisted
B. F. Jarrett, manager of the 1a ti- fracturing it just above the an
more Lunch room, -d a severe i va removed at once to St.
fracture of the right leg while play- hospital, ! here it was neces
ing ball last cvseiung at the rear of take an X-zay of the broken n
his establishment. In the ac of t v<h:- t .._.rc it was possible to set

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