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ORVEN'S

CAFETERIA

REETY

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605 EAST WILLIAM STREET

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FAVOR HONOR SYSTEMI

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Engineering College Honesty Commit-
tee Makes Report for February
Honor in examinations among the
engineers again came to the surface
yesterday when the honor committee
of the college read its report to the
various classes on the working of the1
system in the February examination.
The report contained the findings of
the committee and certain recommen-
dations to the faculty. The results of
the vote, which was taken in the col-
lege after the examinations, were also.
made public. It is this vote among the
students which affords an excellent
index as to the success of the system.
Just before the February examina-
tions, when the system was put up to
the classes for adoption, 52 per cent
of the seniors, 79 per cent of the ju-
iors, 82 per cent of the sophomores,
and 89 per cent of the freshmen voted
inML favor of it. Now, after the system
has been tried out and tested, it is
favored by over 97 per cent of all the
classes. Only 20 men out of 900
voted against its continuance.
FRESH BASEBALLERS WORK OUT
Coach Cut 10 Men After Three-Inning
Game Yesterday
Slowly but surely Coach McGinnis
is reducing his yearling baseball
squad, yesterday seeing 10 men drop-
ped from competition. The fact that
the freshmen stuck to the job while
the Varsity was battling with Olivet,'
even while on bench-warming duty,
showed the coach that they meant
business.
The practice session yesterday was
devoted to infield drill, after which
there were three three-inning games
between picked squads. "Mac" will
make the first real cut of the year to-
day, and expects to retain about 30
or 35 men in the competition. To-
day's practice will start at 3:00 o'clock
CARL MITCIIELTREE APPOINTED
AS LIFE INSURANCE ACTUARY
Carl Mitcheltree, grad., has been ap-
pointed actuary of the Cleveland Life
Insurance company of Cleveland, 0.,
according to an announcement made
yesterday by Prof. J. W. Glover, of
the mathematics department. The
.appointment to this important place
came following a visit to Ann Arbor
by President William H. Hunt, of
the company. The position,
according to Professor Glover,
is a most important one and Mr..
Mitcheltree's appointment to it, im-
mediately following his college
course, is taken as a recognition of
the standing of the university's insur-
ance training.
PINNEY ELECTED PATHFINDER
OF MICHIG AN BICYCLE CLUB
At the 'first -meeting of the Univer-
sity of ichigan Bicycle club held last
night at Harris hail, Nathan Earl
Pinney, '16, was elected chief path-
finder of the club, and Paul V. Rams-
dell, '16, was elected chief mechani-
cian and caretaker of the property of
the club.
It is the purpose of the organization
to foster and stimulate an interest in
the art of bicycle riding, several trips
being planned to nearby villages. Any
men o women wishing to join the as-
sociation are invited to make appli-
cation to Pinney at 829 Packard or
call 1379-M.
READY FOR FROSH FROLIC;
SHOOK'S ORCHESTRA TO PLAY
Everything is in readiness for the

Frosh Frolic to be held in the Armory
tonight. Shook's orchestra will hold
forth and joy will be unconfined from
8:00 until 1:00 o'clock. The fact that
spring is here will be impressed uponI
those present by attractive green and
white decorations. The few tickets
still remaining are on sale at the
Union desk.
ANN ARBOR TAXPAYERS VOTE
DOWN BONDING PROPOSITION
The taxpayers of Ann Arbor yes-,
terday voted down by a vote of 1288
to 80 the proposition of the school
board to issue bonds to the amount
of $250,000 to improve the public school
system of Ann Arbor. They also voted;
to adopt plan C, which is to place the
seventh, eighth, and ninth grades in
three centers, but since the bond is-
sue failed to carry, no further plans

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TODAY

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LdOST--Thursday Conklin fountain
pen with calendar clip; probably in
F. & M. Bank or in Gym. Please re-
turn to Blum, 431 Thompson, or
call 369-M. a21
LOST-Will party who found black
leather bill fold containing fifty dol-
lars and laboratory ticket at Michi-
gan Central depot April 7 call 692-J;
reward. apr20-21-22
LOST-Medium sized black leather
note book with Math, Rhetoric, His-
tory, and Spanish notes in it. Find-
er please call H. Penniman, 854-M.
a21
LOST--Just before vacation S. A. E.
fraternity pin. One dollar reward.
Notify Tho Daily.
LOST-A black leather-back note book
with name, Alex J. Rogoski, on cov-
er. Finder please call1474. apr20-21
LOST-Fountain pen with broken cap.
Finder call 2182-R. Reward. a21

WANTED--A few more men to earn I
from $7.00 to $10.00 per day next
summer. The average Michigan man
last summer earned $9.00 for a sev-
en hour day. For further particu-
lars call I. B. Wright after 2:30
P. M. Phone 1619-M. a21
WANTED-Students to sell Nibco
Sanitary Brushes. Best proposition
on campus. Phone Cotton-373-W,'
Simpson-2180-M; Yeisley, 2494.
tu-th-sun
WANTED-To buy good 18-ft canoe.
Phone 315 or 1596-M. a21
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Frosh Frolic ticket. Call
811-J. a21
MISCELLANEOUS
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES - Live
business for sale, cash or terms, if
taken this week. H. Gorton, 15
Saving Bank Bldg.
Three-chair barber shop in nearby
town. H. Gorton, 15 Saving Bank
Bldg. apr.20-21

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Maestic - Arthur Chatterdon
and Company in "The Witch-
hg Hour."
Arcade-hamilton Revelle in
"'The Half Million Dollar Bribe."
Orpheum--Florence Rockwell
in "He Fell in Love With His
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Bicycles
Sundries
Repairing

LOWEST
PRICES

At the Majestic
But two days remain for Arthur
Chatterdon and his company at the
Majestic theatre.
Tonight the famous Augustus
Thomas play, "The Witching Hour,"
which was responsible for the great
success of John Mason will be present-
ed. It is a play which deals with
spiritualism and it is quite dramatic
and some methods used in police cir-1
les giving the third degree are shown.
Tomorrow matinee and night "Pierre
of the Plains" will be the attraction.

Base Ball Goods

Indoor Balls

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Hardware and Sporting Goods

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PATRONIZE Daily Advertisers.

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Announce Union Dance Committee
The committee for the Union dance
tomorrow night consists of Maurice
Nicholls, '17E, chairman; J. R. Dar-
nall, '18M, D. V. Bathrick, '19, and E.
K. Marshall, '17E.
The chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. Philip'
Bursley.

Canadians to Banquet Next Thursday
Canadian club members will ban-
quet at the Delta cafe at 6:30 o'clock
next Thursday evening, April 27. Fac-
ulty members have been invited to at-
tend. The toastmaster for the occa-
sion will be E. W. Tulling, '17.
Patronize Daily Advertizera. **

Syracuse Defeats Hamilton College REDEEM OLD UNIVERSITY DANCE to 12:00 and from 2:00 to 3:00 o'clock
Syracuse, N. Y., April 20.-Playing COUPONS TODAY OR SATURDAY on Friday and from 11:00 to 12:00
errorless ball in November weather, 'lc nStra.Tcesfo h
the Syracuse university baseball team
today shut out Hamilton College 4 to The regular weekly university dance April 1 dance, which was postponed
0 in the opening gaime of the season. will be held at Packard academy from because of the death of President-
Captain "Red" Ahearn was the star 3 9:00 to 12:00 o'clock Saturday night. Emeritus Angell, must be redeemed at
of the Orange team, coming through "Ike" Fisher's orchestra will be on this time. Proceeds from all unre-
with a 1.000 batting average and a hand. The chaperones will be Mr. deemed tickets will be given to the
perfect day in the field. Harold P. Scott and Mrs. Scott, and Old Ladies' Home.
R. H. E. Mr. Lyman L. Bryson and Mrs. Bry-
Syracuse................4 11 0 son. Arthur Torrey, '16, is chairman Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
Hamilton ................. 0 3 0 of the dance committee. j are the reliable business men of the
Batteries: Turnure, Keib, and Trav- Tickets will be on sale in the. main city. It is to your interest to trade
is, Morgan; Whitman and Miller. corridor of University hall from 11:00 with them. **

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