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Music Shop

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CALKINS' PHARMACY
324 SO. STATE ST.

musical instruments and Supplies
COLUMBA RECORDS
Will play on your Phonograph
They outlast all others and cost less
Best Dance Records $1.00
Popular Song Hits 65c and 75c

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

CAMP DAVIS MEN HOLD DANCE
Forsake Camp ClothIing for Reaii
Brummel Attire in Second Party
Camp Davis men who attended the
surveying camp in the northern

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Be
Attractively
Dressed

part of the state last summer
hold their second Camp Dance
Friday evening at the Union.
This dance will vary from the
one in that the men will notv
their camp clothes nor will thez
wear "middies." Civilian shoes

will
next
first
wear
girls
will

and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit
Individually
Custom Tailored
by
ARTHUR F. MARQUARDT
Campus Tailor
S16 East William St. Phone 1422-

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Fraternities
Please Note-
that the displays of fine
Summer furniture a r e
now ready - Reed, Wil-
low, Fibre and Maple
pieces i n scores of de-
signs and upholsteries.
All a r e moderately,
priced and fully guaran-
teed.
(Third Floor)
COLLEGE OF PHAR)LACY 'WILL
HOLD ANNUAL DANCE FRIDAY
The College of Pharmacy will hold
its annual dance at the Packard acad-
emy on April 28.
The chaperons for the party will be
Dean J. O. Schlotterbeck and Mrs.
Schlotterbeck. and Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
Glover. Fischer's orchestra will fur-
nish the music. Tickets will sell at
$1.00 and may be secured from the
committee in charge, consisting of M.
L. Rushmore, H. W. Wickett, '17P, G. J.
Fischer, '18P, and W. E. Kirchgess-
ner, '19P.
County Offices ''ake Afternoons Off
Beginning May 6, all offices in the
county building in this city will be
closed for a half day Saturday. The
half holidays will be continued during
the months of May, June, July, Au-
gust and September.
W. C. Michaels Lectures to Lamws
W. C. Michaels, '95L, of the Kansas
City bar, will lecture at 4:00 o'clock
this afternoon on "Preparation of a.
Case for Trial" in Room C of the Law
building.

REGISTER HALL RETURNS FROM
CONVENTION IN NEW YORK CITY
Registrar Arthur G. Hall has re-
cently returned from New York City,
where he has been attending the con-
vention of the American Association of
Collegiate Registrars.
Approximately 80 institutions in all
parts of the country were represented.
The convention was held on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday of last week
at Columbia university.
Before and after the convention Dr.
Hall was the guest of James T. Cooley,
'88L, of New York City.
Liboratories I se American Chemicals
"We suffer no shortage of chemi-
cals in the laboratories," said Mr. E.
E. Lucas, dispensing accountant in
the chemical laboratories, yesterday.
W\Ve can got all the chemicals we
want from American manufacturers.
Prices, of course, have advanced all
along the line, especially of potash
salts.
"There may be a shortage of the
rare organic chemicals which are
used in resea,-ch work. These are
only manufactured abroad. But of the
materials used by the students in the
laboratories, we have an adequate
supply.
Mez to Explain Polity Club Alms
All students interested in the In-
ternational Polity club movement will
meet at the Union this evening at 7:30
o'clock, when Dr. John Mez, traveling
in the interests of the Polity clubs
will explain the purpose of the move-
ment. The meeting is open to the
general student body.
[owa University Suffers Loss by Fire
Ames, Iowa, April 24. -" Iowa.
Union, a dormitory for men stu-
dents of the University of Iowa,
was completely destroyed by fire last
Friday morning. The fire spread
quickly to the surrounding bu.siness
district, causing a loss of $350,00. No
lives were lost.
Advertizers in The Michigan. .Daily
are the reliable business men of the
city. It is to your interest 'to trade
with them. **

be in order instead of the knee-
length boots worn before and hot
dogs for lunch will be replaced by
punch and cake. Despite the more
civilized aspect the dance will, how-
ever, contain the appropriate fea-
tures.
Tickets for the affair may be ob-
tained from the chairman, E. D. Bol-
ton, '16E, or at the Technic desk in
the Engineering Society rooms in the
engineering building.
Foresters Take Summer Positions
S. C. Hopkins, '17, will leave next
week for the Superior national for-
est in Minnesota, where he will work
the rest of the year as canoe patrol.
Walter Bond and N. L. Carey, grad-
uate foresters, will work as timber
cruisers in district No. 6, which in-
eludes the states of Washington and
Oregon. J. C. Andrews, '18, has ac-
cepted a position on the Rio Grande
National forest in Colorado. He will
work on trail construction. F. D. New-
brook, '16, will work this summer as
forest guard on the Malheur national
forest in Wash inton.
REPUBLICAN CLUB TO MEET
State Senator Smith Talks on "The
College .lan in Polities"
State Senator William N. Smith, of
St. Johns, will speak at the Republi-
can club smoker at the Union Thurs-
day evening on the subject "The Col_
lege Man in Politics." An address
will also be given by Frank E. Shaw,
Michigan member of the executive
committee of the National Republican
league.
Tickets will be on sale at the Union at
25 cents each. Purchasers of tickets will
be enrolled as charter members of the
University Republican club. At the
close of the meeting the organization
will be perfected and the election of
officers will take place. Music will
be furnished by the Hawaiian Quar-
tet.
The club will endorse no national
candidate until after the Chicago con-
vention in June, and state politics will
remain in the background until after
the August primaries.
Phi hleti Kappa Initiutes Will Met
Phi Beta Kappa initiates will meet
for the first time this year in room
110 Tappan hall, at 4:00 o'clock on
Wednesday. At this meeting Philip
Lovejoy, '16, who has been appointed
by the committee to take charge of
the purchasing of the keys, will make
a report.
Lectures on "Menace of Middle Age"
"The Menace of Middle Age," an il-
lustrated lecture, will be given by
Dr. Fred Loomis before Health
Service representatives at 7:30
o'clock tonight in the west amphi-
theater of the Medical building. All
students and others interested are in-
vited to attend.
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
ar4 the reliable business men of the
city It is to your interest to trade
with them. **

PRAISES MUSICALCLUBS
OREGON MICHIGAN CLUB HEAD
COMMENTS IN REGARD TO GOOD
WORK ON TRIP.
Editor,The Michigan Daily:
On behalf of the alumni and the
members of the University of Michi-
gan Club of Oregon,I desire to state
that it Os the consensus of opinion
not only among the friends of our uni-
versity in Oregon, but of every one
who heard the concert given by the
Glee and Mandolin clubs here on the
evening of Tuesday, April 11, that it
was the very finest concert that any
audience has ever heard in Portland.
The university is to be congratulated
upon the representative crowd of
boys who were our guests. They are a
credit to Michigan and to themselves.
-They were the means. of bringing a
number of far away alumni associa-
tions in closer touch with their col-
lege.
We wish to thank the university
for the privilege afforded us by the
visit of the Glee and Mandolin clubs.
WM. M. LAYTON,
President U. of M. Club of Oregon
DR. B. L. WOOGE TO DELIVER
LECTURE FOR CLASSICAL CLUB
Dr. Benjamin L. D'Ooge, professor
of ancient languages, head of the Clas-
sical club of the Ypsilanti Normal Col-
lege, and brother of the late Professor
D'Ooge of the Greek department of the
university, will deliver a stereopticon
lecture on "Carthage" at,7:00 o'clock
Thursday evenir- in Memorial hall
under the auspices of the Classical
club.
Dr. D'Ooge is one of the leading a-
thorities on Latin in this country and
has published several books. The
meeting will be open to all and will be
hold at an early hour in order to al-
low any wishing to attend the French
play ample time.
MAKE fB WAHR BAND MAN AER
Musicians to Elect Student Assistant
'tomorrow N igt
Mr. Fred B. Wahr, of the German
department, was elected faculty man-
ager of the University Band at a
meeting of a faculty committee last
night.
It was decided to pay Mr. S. J.
Hoexter, who resigned this office a
short time ago, the sum of $50.00 for
the time put in this year. The new
manager will receive $25.00 for the
remainder of the year. Beginning
next fall, the salary of the faculty
advisor will be raised from $50.00 to
$75.00 per year.
An assistant student manager will
be elected at the next rehearsal of the
band at 7:00 o'clock Wednesday even-
ing, in University hall.
Report 'Quake Shocks at Observatory
Two distinct, earthquake shocks
were recorded at the observatory Sun-
day night. The first shock occurred
at 10:33 o'clock, reaching its maximum
about five minutes later, and lasting a
little over 30 minutes. The second
shock, which was the stronger of the
two, began at 2:08 o'clock and lasted
over an hour, becoming strongest at
2:26. The shocks were of the ordin-
ary type, caused by a slipping of the
earth's crust.

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LUNCHES, CANDIES, HOT SUNDA
AT THE
SUGAR BOWL
109 SOUTH MAIN STREET
WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS

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Caesar Was a Tough Nu
for the Briton to crack-and his "Comment-
aries" are even worse for the modern college
lad. Reading them calls for a keen brain in a
good body. School and college problems are
easy for the lad who eats
Shredde hea

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and keeps a clear brain and supple, elastic muscles
ready for the combat in class room or athletic field.
Shredded Wheat contains all the nutritive material
in the whole wheat grain and its daily use keeps the
stomach sweet and clean and the bowels healthy
and active. It is the favorite food of men and women
who do things with hand or brain.' It is on the train-
ing table of nearly every college and university in the
United States and Canada. Deliciously satisfying and
sustaining when served with milk or cream, or in com-
bination with fresh fruits. It contains more real nutri-
ment than meat or eggs and costs much less.

Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company,

Niagara Falls, N. Y.

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The Michigan Daily for tbe rest
of the year 75c. **

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-$2.50 buys two May Fes-
tival coupons worth $6.00. Call
King, 1128-M. a25,26
FOR SALE-Dress suit for sale.
Good .condition. Phone 397 any
time after six. a23,25,26
( LOST
LOST-Silver Michigan seal pin be-
tween campus and Ann St., or on
Geddes Ave. Call 497. ap23,25

LOST.

Single Telephone Line
For Business Use
When you reach for your telephone, do you
always finn the line available.for use, or do yo:
sometimes experience annoying delays, due to
the fact that another party on the same lint '
using it?
A single telephone line from the Central Exchange tw
your office eliminates delay. It is an exclusive right-of
way for all outgoing and incoming calls.
We will change your telephone from a party line to
a single line for a small additional monthly charga.

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LOST--Five dollar bill in or near
State street postal sub-station Sat-
urday. Call 1697-J. .X25,26
WJU(TID.
WANTED--Students to sell Nibco
Sanitary Brushes. Best proposition
on camp2us. Phone Cotton-373-W,
Simpson-2180-M; Yeisley, 2494.
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