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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WHAT ABOUT A
Grafliex Camera for
this Spring?

New April Records*Now on Sa
All Double-Disc 12-inch Dance Records $1.00

A-5786I

"Underneath the Stars," Fox Trot.
"Helo Hawaii, Hw mArc boi" Fox Trot.
He .Coues Tootsie," One Step.
"Are You From Dixie?" Oue Step.

Talk with us about it

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Hawaiian Melodies
A-1935 S"()n the Beach at Wai Ki Ke,"
{"rIa ja ?I aole ITI'La i irI.'
Have a Good Laugh
A-1940 "Casey as ajIndge."
"Mrs. Dugan's l~iscovery."

CALKINS' PHARMACY
324 SO. STATE ST.

We are showing the latest styles in Suits, Top Coats
;prt Coats, Hats, Caps and Furnishings
Wadhams & Co.'s Corner'
Main & Washington Sts.

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ant
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Shows over the coat in back;
low sharp, smart curveaway
front; good knotand slide space
for B5c
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Be
Attractively
Dressed
and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit
ndividually
Custom Tailored
by
ARTHUR F, MARQUARDT
Campus Tailor
516 East William St. Phone 1422-J

LIBRETTOS READY FO
CLASSICAL CLUB PLAY
E' diton, Prepared by Prof. Joseph
Drake in 1890, Is Used it
Book
Copies of tht book of "Menaechmi,"
the Latin play to be given in University
hall March 30, have just been received
from the printers. The book forms a
volume of 130 pages, which have been
printed from plates made especially for
this edition.
For the convenience of readers the
Latin .text has been placed upon the
left hand page, and the translation on
the opposite page, with full stage di-
rections in English: The translatio
was prepared by Prof. JosephH .
Drake, of the Law School, for the
presentation of the play in 1890. No
changes were necessary in the new
edition except where a few alterations
were required to accord with the pro-
gress of investigation.
A brief introduction in the libretto
gives an appreciation of the play. At
the close of the book it briefly sug-
gests the points of difference between
Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors" and
the comedy of Platus, from which
Shakespeare is said to have derived
his plot and inspiration.
The book of the play was arranged
for the press by Dr. Gilbeyt H. Tay-
lor, of the Latin department. On ac-
count of the illness of Harold Roehm,
'18, Dr. Taylor will take the part
of Menaechmi I in the cast.
The tickets are now on sale. They
may be obtained Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday in the corridor of Uni-
versity hall from 9:00 to 11:00 and
from 2:00 to 4:00 o'clock, and on
Thursday, the day of the play, from
9:00 to 12:00, 2:00 to 4:00, and 7:00
to 8:00 o'clock. With ea'ch ticket a
libretto will be furnished.

HEATH SERVICE BEGINS
TUBERCUSIS CAMPAIGN
Questionnaires to Be Sent Out to
Students; Examinations
Made Free
The 'university health service is be-
ginning the extension of its anti-tu-
berculosis campaign. Early in the
year, Dr. H. H.' Cummings, of the
health service, and Dr. William De
Kleine had questionnaires printed for
use in the health service offices, so
that an examination might easily be
made. Whenever the presence of the
disease was suspected a physical ex-
anination was given. In questionable
cases the sputum was examinedl, and
in still more.doubtful cases an X-ray
of the lungs was taken. The findings
were then verified by a specialist in
tuberculosis. An examination of this
kind would ordinarily cost $25, but
students are entitled to a physical
examination at any time without cost.
Out of the first 100 students com-
plaining of the disease 14 were found
to have it in an active stage. These
reports recently were turned into the
executive committee of the health
service, consisting of President Harry
Burnis Hutchins, Dean Victor C.
Vaughan and Dean Mortimer E. Cool-
ey, and it was decided to send the
questionnaire blanks to every┬░student
in the university through their re-
spective departments, requesting them
to fill them out and to return them to
the health service.
SOCIALIST SPEAKS IN U-HALL

Allmendinger Alusic Shop
S120-122 Home of Coluim
2-12 . Liberty Street Phone 1692-F1
LUNCHES, CANDIES, HOT SUNDAES
AT THE
SUGR BOWL*
109 SOU1TH MA IN STREET
WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS

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You may be a "Bonehead"

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The.
Tea Room
announces the beginning
of a new special service
feature-
Afternoon Tea
your favorite kinid with
an appropriate little lun-
cheon to match at
25c,
Iounid-Up (lCIb Holds Dance at Armorry
Members of the Round-Up dancing
club held a formal party last ight at
the 31st regiment armory. Between
dances specialties were givren by the'
Aloha Hawaiian quartet, a trio from
the Glee Club, and the Misses Wilson,
professional entertainers, now playing'
at the Majestic, who put on a cabaret
skit. Chairmen of committees for the
dance were as follows: Decoration and
entertainment, C. L. M. Fordney, '15E;
refreshments, G. 0. Williams, '17; pi-
gram and music, W. W. Jenkins, '18L.
The chaperons were14Mr. R. A. Camp-
bell and Mrs. Campbell.
Health Service Second Best, Is Claim
Dr. Richard C. Cabot, one of the
most prominent medical authorities in
America, in an article in the April
number of the American Magazine,
entitled: "Better Doctoring for Less
Money," placed the university organ-
ization as second only to the student
hospital of the University of Cali-
fornia.
Prof. Wenley to Speak at lit Assembly
"Success No Secret" is to be the
subject of Professor R. M. Wenley's
talk at the fresh lit assembly which
will be held in the auditorium of
University hall at 4:00 o'clock Mon-
day. A class neeting will be held after
the assembly.

Intercollegiate
Cornell-Tle ice on Lake Cayuga
in being dynamited in order that the
Varsity crew may get on the water.
Nebraska--Thirty men have respond-
ed to the:first call for spring .football
practice.
Utah-The faculty has asked the
"Chronicle" to refrain from publishing
tobacco advertisements.
Kansas-In case a call should be
sent out for volunteers, two companies
of university infantrymen could report
at the Mexican frontier within three
days.
Syracuse-The combined efforts of
the Women's league and Alumnae clui
are expected to raise $5,000 for the
Women's Building fund. A progressive
dinner will be given in May.
illinois-A group of engineering pro-
fessors here recently carried on a 10-
minute . telephone conversation with
the manager of a telephone company
in San Francisco.
3linnesota-Thie "baldies" here have
formed a club with the requirement
that every applicant for membership
must show at least three square inches
of cleared "land."
GRAND RAPIDS MEN TO SPEAK
TO STUDENTS OF HIGH SCHOOLS

when it comes to study and a
champion when it comes to
athletic contests. That is be-
cause the body is improperly
developed through a lack of
balapce between food and ex-
ercise. The best balanced
ration for study or play is

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Mrs. Rose Pastor Stokes to
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Wyve Tal''I

Announcement was iade last, night

I that the

lecture by Rose PastorI

W7ATER COMPANY SUES REGENTS
FOR AIIXEI UNPAiD CHARGES
The Ann Arbor Water Co. has en-
tered suit against the board of re-
gents of the university for $500,
which it alleges is due for water sup-
plied to the university between Au-
gust 13, 1913 and January 13, 1914.
The case will be called in about two
weeks. -
Attorney George J. Burke, '07L,
former county prosecuting attorney
will represent the board of regents
and Attorney Arthur Brown will rep-
resent the plaintiff.

Members of the Grand Rapids club
of the university will speak duringj
spring vacation at the high schools in
Grand Rapids from which they were
graduated. Lists of about 40 Grand
Rapids men who now are enrolled in
the varicus departments of the uni-
versity will be sent to the high school
senior,;, who can confer with Michi-
gan men of their acquaintance on the
ist, with regard to entering the univer-
sity. The "Come to Michigan" cam-
paign also will be boosted at a lunch-
eon for the Grand Rapids club to be
given during spring vacation by the
University Club of Grand Rapids.
YPSILANTI INSTRUCTORS WILL
SPEAK BEFORE1W. S. N. C. CLUB
Prof. Nathan A. Harvey and Miss
Mary A. Goddard, of the Michigan State
Normal college, will speak at the meet-
ing of the M. S. N. C. club of the uni-
versity to be held at 7:30 o'clock to-
night in Newberry hall. The meeting
will be a combined business and so-
cial event.

'IIW IT COURT WIILL TAKE UP
6A RVEY DAMAGE SUIT MONDAYT
The circuit court of Washtenaw
county, on reconvening Monday, will
take up the damage suit of Leo Gar-
ve: against the D. J. & C. railroad.
Garvey is seeking damages for al-
leged injuries received as a result of
a wreck at Ypsilanti about a year ago.
Attorney John P. Kirk, of Ypsilanti,
will represent the plaintiff, and the
firm of CavanBaugh and Burke, of this
city, will cor,.duct tht case for the de-
fendants.
R. C. Hill, '17, to Join Forest Squad
R. C. Hill, '17, has accepted a posi-
tion as lookout in the Coconino Nation-
al forest in Arizona. He will leave
Ann Arbor about April 15.
Forestry Grads to Have Picture Taken
-The post graduates of the forestry
department will have their pictures
taken at 11 o'clock today at the stu-
dio of Randall and Pack.

Stokes, on the subject of "Socialism
and Social Reform," Tuesday, March
28, will be held in University hall, in-
stead of the Science building, as first
announced.
On Wednesday afternoon, March
29. at 4:00 o'clock Mrs. Stokes will
speak on "Socialism and (Vomen" in
the new Science lecture room.
Regarding this latter talk, Mrs.
Stokes writes as follows: "In 'Soci-
alism and Women' I shall hope to
show how many of the problems that
concern women could be effectively
eliminated through the establishment
of the principles of socialism."
IIUSS[iA CONCERT POSTPONES
W1ME .S LI'AGUE CEDE BRATION
Shakespearean Pageant to Be Present-
ed May 5, According to Prof.
It. A. Kenyon
Because the choir of the Russian
Cathedral of New York is to give a
concert April 28 in Hill auditorium,
the date of the Women's league pag-
eant, "The Queen's Progress," has
been postponed for a week.
Prof. Herbert A. Kenyon stated last
night that the choir was unable to
appear here at any other time, and
that the change to May 5 would not
disarrange the plans of the Shakes-
pearean celebration.
The lists of try-outs for the cast
have been returned from the eligibil-
ity committee, and from these the cast
will be picked. The cast probably
will be announced about Tuesday.
SEND THE DAILY home. $1.00 for
the rest of the year.

the food that copt~ins all
the body-building mater-
ial in the whole wheat
grain made digestible
by steam-coorkin-g,
shredding and baking.
Shredded Wheat is the
favorite training food of nearly every college
and university in this country and in Canada. It
supplies the greatest amount of muscle-build-
ing material with the least tax upon the digest-
ive organs. Many a college crew has won its
way to victory on this cereal food. Delicious-
ly appetizing and satisfing when served with
milki or cream, or with fresh fruits.

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Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company, Niagara:Falls, N. Y.

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uoserva ion of Energy

What Electricity Means
to You In Your Home

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Electric Flat Irons
They save many steps in the kitchen

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Electric Toasters
Make the finest toast for breakfast without any fuss or
trouble, and they are always ready.
Electric I eaters
Take the chill off the room, and do it quickly:
Why use a cold room when it can be easily avoided?
Electric Chafing Dishes
Are the very best things for the long winter evenings.
Think of the Welsh rarebits and.other delicacies.
The Detroit Edison Company
Eastern Michigan Division

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WANTED

WANTED-EXPERIENCED MEN IN'
THE FOLLOWING LINES: MOTOR
ASSEMIBLE.RS,ACWHINE OPER-
ATORS, BLOCK TESTERS, AND.
REPAIR. ST1EADY E+MPLOYMEN T.

WANTED.
WANTED--Student to sell high grade
well lnown food product to Frater-
nities and Boarding Houses. Sells
inl good quantfity. Liberal comnmis-
sion to sincere wvorker. Address P.

Our Victor Record
Trial Service
Has been a great benefit
To Many Victrola Owners!
A trial of this service will convinco you
Grinnell Bros. 116 S. Main St.
Call' us up for information Phone 1707

Try Hixson's new stag lunch.
Williams St.
In future all cars stop) at G
Year's drug store.

~121 Ten cenzts rents a good Eastman ]
dak, any size you want. Lyndon's,
N. Universiy
Good-'

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