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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wherever You Go This Summe

Soda Water
For Thirty Years the Best

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DRUGS
KODAKS

Calkins' Pharmacy
324 South State Street

CANDY
SODA.

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For
Your
Cane

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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Be
A e
Attractively
Dressed
and gain the admiration of all1
by having your next suit,
Individually
Custom Tailored
by
ARTHUR F, MARQUARDT
Campus Tailor
516 East William St. Phone 1422-J

A P'POINTME NT C03 TTE E %G IVYE S
OuT ACOSITIONS TO
T; o Seniors, Oue Junior, and Three
C(rad (et LiPzice; 14irfhi
the State
The appointment committee has
placed the followi'g students in teach-
ers' positions during the last week:
Florence Gerber, '16, Bay City, Mich.,
West Side High School, mathematics
and German; Pearl McCain, '16, Three
Riv-ers, Mieh., history; Vera Thomp-
so , '15 Munising. Mich., English and'
punh speaking; Minerva Bowen. '15,
l3attle Creek, Mich., cmmerci a! worb;
Maude 1Hlooper. Grad., Marshild,
Ore., Latin; Howard Wickett, '17,
Sparta, Mich., Science; Calorie Legg,
Grad., Mt. Clenens, Mieh., Mich..
mathematics.

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PROF.4C.1H. COOLEY LEAVES FOR
INDiP)IAN AlO11 CONVENTION
Eiwelts to Initiate New Coiurses In
Prictical Stury of Sociol.
ogy at University
Professor C. H. Cooley of the Vco-
nomics department, left Ann Arbor
Wednesday night to attend the
annual convention of social work-
ers in session at Indianapolis.
Professor Cooley's classes will not
meet today. Before leaving he
said that one of his objects in attend-
ing was to get ideas concerning prac-
tical study of social conditions, pre-
liminary to the introduction of a num-
ber of such courses here.
Among the 700 people attending the
gathering are many of national and
world-wide prominence. Among
theseare: Jane Addams, Graham Tay-
lor, Julia Lathrop, the head of the
Federal Children's Bureau, and Wil-
liam Wirt, the author of the famous
Gary school system.
PROF. T. C. TRUEBIOOD HACK
F 1 O-) TRIP TO OLD ASSOCIATF4
Prof. T. C.. Trueblood of the oratory
department, has returned from Dela-
ware, Ohio, after a visit to Prof. Robert
I. Fulton, with whom he was associat-
ed from 1878 to 1892 and with whom
he has collaborated in writing several
books on oratory and elocution.
Professor Trueblood may be recalled
to Delaware at any time, as the death
of Mr. Fulton is momentarily expected.
CING EVENTS

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ALLMENDINGER's
SMusic Shope/
Phone 1692-F 1 122 E. Liberty

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OPEN CASE OF. WOIRTIJ,'14E,
AGAINST CHIEF OF POLICE
The case of Clarence Worth, '14E,
against Chief of Police Frank Pardon;
et al. in which the plaintiff seeks to
recover $10,000 damages from each of
six defendants, on a false imprison-
ment charge, opened in the circuit
court in this city yesterday.
All of the morning session was con-
sumed in drawing a jury. Three of the
25 witnesses for the plaintiff were on
the stand yesterday afternoon, includ-
ing Worth himself. It is said that
the rest of the week will be needed to
complete the case, because kf the
large number of witnesses.
Worth alleges that the charged of-
fense, of false imprisonment, was
perpe)trated at the time of the sopho-
more class rush on the Majestic theater
last fall.

LUNCHES, CANDIES, HOT SUNDAES
AT THE
SUGAR BOWL
1 GR9 S O U T H M IA IN S T R E E T
WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS
Honorable Mention
is a poor salve for -
the wounds of fail-
ure in the final test
for high marks.
Hitting the line -
hard in class room
or on the athletic
field calls for thes-
courage and endur-
ance that come
from a well noulr-
ished body made
fit for the day's
work by proper
food.
Shredded Wheat
is the favorite food of college students for
study or play because it supplies the greatest
amount of digestible, tissue-building material
with the least tax upon the digestive organs.
It contains all the rich, body-building material
of the whole wheat grain made digestible by
steam-cooking, shredding and baking. It is on
the training table of nearly every college and
university in the United States and Canada.
Delicious for breakfast with milk or cream, or
for any meal with all kinds of fruits.

is now making Reservations for
tion and College-end Banquets.

Initia-

Fr a t e r ni ties, Sororities and
Campus Societies are invited to take
advantage oI our Splendid Facilities.

Please Telephone or Call
without delay, as May and
are being taken rapidly.

Personally
June dates

(Second Floor Annex)

?Ilach & Co.

Leave Copy Leave Copy
th at
Quarry's and Students'
TDVERTISIN SupplyStore

PROF. ALLEN IMPROVIN% ;
MAY MEET CLASSES SOON
Prof. John It. Allen, who recently
suffered the loss of his right eyeball
following an accident, will be able to,
get outdoors today if the weather per-
mits. Professor Allen was up for the
first time yesterday, and is feeling as
well as could be expected. It is poss-
ible that he will be able to return to
his university classes within a week
if he continues to improve as much as
he has for the past two days.
Bragg Addresses'19 Engineer Assembly
Prof. E. M. Bragg, of the marine en-
gineering department, spoke on the
"Marine Engine" at the fresh engineer
assembly yesterday. During the busi-
ness meeting the committees for the
"Pow-wow" which will be given on
May 26 were announced. They are:
Refreshment committee, D. P. Wood,
chairman, H. N. Brand, L. W. Page,
and S. J. Thompson; firewood commit-
tee, M. G. Sheldon, chairman, F. S.
Saunders, D. B. Caldwell and S. C.
Smith.
Welsh, '12, Elected to Banking Club
Word has been received that Wil-
Ham W. Welsh, '12, has been elected
to the International Banking club with
headquarters located in New York.
After leaving school Mr. Welsh was
employed as secretary of the local
Civic association and is now with the
National City bank of New York city.
Suffrage Association Elects Today
The Equal Suffrage association of
he university will hold its annual elec-
tion of officers at a meeting this af-
ternoon at 4:15 o'clock in Newberry
residence. At the close of the bal-
loting Dr. Elsie Pratt will give a
short talk to members.
The Michigan. Daily for the rest
of the year, 50c. **

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May 12,-Soph Prom, Armory. A
May 13.--University of Detroit vs.
All-Fresh, baseball game.
May 13.-Varsity track meet.
May 13. -- Cornell University vs.
Michigan, baseball game.
May 16.--Senior Swing-Out.
May 17.-Straw Hat Day.
May 17.-First concert of May Fes-
tival, 8:00 o'clock, Hill auditorium.
May 18.-Second concert of May Fes-
tival, 8:00 o'clock, Hill auditorium.

May 18-19.--Engineering exhibit..
May 19.--Third concert of May Fes-
tival, 2:30 o'clock, Hill auditorium.
May 19.--Afternoon, tug of war be-
tVweena sophomores and freshmen.
May 19.--Fourth concert of May Fes-
tival, 8:00 o'clock, Hill auditorium.
iMay 30.--Morning, pushball contest
and class relays, Ferry Field.
May 20.-Polish Seminary vs. All-
Fresh, baseball game.
May 20.-Leland Stanford Univer-
sity vs. Michigan, track meet.
May 20.-Fifth May Festival concert,
2:30 o'clock, Hill auditorium.
May 20.-Sixth concert of May Fes-
tival, 8:00 o'clock, Hill auditorium.
May 30.-Memorial Day (Holiday).
May 30.-State Normal College vs.
All-Fresh, baseball game.
June 2-3---Interscholastic Meet.
June 2.-Notre Dame University vs.
Michigan, baseball 'game.
June 2.--Cap Night.
June 3.-Notre Dame University vs.
Mlihigan, baseball game.
June 9.-M. A. C. vs. Michigan, base-
ball gam
June 10.--M. A. G. vs. Michigan, base-
ball game.
June 25-Baccalaureate Services.
June 26-27.-Class day exercises in
the schools and colleges.
June 26-27.-Alumni Days.
June 29-Commencement Day.
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of the
city. It is to your interest to trade
with them. **

Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company,

Niagara Falls, N. Y.

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Conservation ol Energy

What ElictrIcIty Means
to You in Your Home

WANTED

WANTED-Good live-wire upperclass-
men to sell a high quality line of
groceries, toilet articles, perfumes
and remedies on commission. You
can make big money selling direct
to the consumer for an old estab-
lished house. Liberal commissions.
Goods well known. Exclusive ter-
ritory. Write today for our propo-
sition, E. C. Harley Company, Day-
ton, Ohio. m10,11,12,13,14
WANTED--Will rent at once for next
year, house to accommodate 15 to
20 persons, furnished or unfurnish-
ed. Address S. C. J., care Daily.
m11-121
WANTED-Students to sell Nibco
Sanitary Brushes. Best proposition
on campus. Phone Cotton-373-W,
Simpson-2180-M; Yeisley, 2494.
tu-th-sun
WANTED-A good set of second-hand
drawing instruments. Call Finn, 1226
-M. m11
FOR RENT
FOR .ENT-Singlo room, 413 Thomp-
son. n9,10,11,12,13

FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-Entire second floor over
Calkins' Pharmacy. Steam heat-
suitable for offices. E. E. Calkins.
in4,5,6,7,9,10,11
LOST
LOST-Michigan Phi Beta Kappa Key,
marked "George R. Swain, '97." If
found please return to George R.
Swain. 713 East U. m10,11,12
LOST-Sunday, 1:00 P. M., on dock of
U. of M. boat livery, 1A folding
kodak. Reward. Call H. B. Hinch-
man, 678-M.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Three tickets, sec. 1, row
M, for Wednesday and Thursday
evenings and Friday afternoon.
Bender, 681-W. m11
FOR SALE-Three tickets for McCor-
mack concert, Friday evening. Call
E. K. Purchase, 1037-J. m11-12
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tick-
ets. First Balcony. Call Bathreck,
371. 1 m10

Electric Flat Irons
They save many steps in the kitchen
Electric Toasters
Make the finest toast for breakfast without any fuss or
trouble, and they are always ready.
Electric Heaters
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 bes things for the long winter evenings.
Think of the Welsh rarebits and other.delicacies.
The Detroit Edison Company
Eastern Michigan Division
Look over the advertizements in Don't throw away that old tri
The Michiigan Daily. They will in- We will repair it. Koch & Henne,
terest you. * South Main.

Patronize 1)aily Advertizers.

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We Have a Splendid Line of

First Class Pianos for Rent!
Take up the matter of renting with us!
IT WILL BE PROFITABLE TO YOU
GRINNELL BROS. Music House 16.ut
PHONE 1707 and try our Victor Record approval system for May records

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Get your straw hat at D11vis',

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