THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Go To Calkins'
Wherever You Go This Summer
Take Along a
For Thirty Years the Best
324 South State Street
We are showing the latest styles in Suits, Top Coats
Sport Coats, Hats, Caps and Furnishings
Wadhams & Co.'s Corner
Main & Washington Sts.
Used in Serviee
Five Guns of Several Types to Be on
Exhibition at Engineering Arch
Boat House Bulletin
For balance of spring and sum-
18 ft. -new Old Town Canoe,
with locker, paddles, carpet and
Five cannon, all of which have seen
service either in actual battle or on
board ship, are to be placed in the En-
gineering building in connection with
the coming exhibit.
Among them is a five-barrel revolv-
ing gun used by the Spanish in de-
fending San Juan Heights against
Colonel Roosevelt's charge in the
Spanish war. Two others were taken
from the U. S. S. Donjuan de Austria,
anchored off Detroit, while another is
a five-barrel Hodgkiss brought here
from Indianapolis. A three-inch bat-
tery of the type used at Vera Cruz re-
cently will also be shown.
The guns will be on display'at the
Engineering arch and in room 335,
Fresh Scrap For
Verdants to Number of a Hundred
Struggle in Attempt to
Put Up Ropes
"A man's a man for a' that."
You're right, Bobbie, but here's a
better one: "A freshman's a freshman..
no matter how near Cap Night it is."
And it was never proved more sat-
isfactorily than last night about 10:00
o'clock, when almost a hundred of the
dear, sweet innocents, cheered on by
as many onlookers, ranged themselves
about Tappan Oak to engage in a mur-
derous struggle for possession of the
historic old tree in order to put up
swings for the annual Swing-out today.
And the way they fought! As one
shrewd observer aptly remarked, "If
they scrap like that Friday and Sat-
Two new Old Town Canoes.
Part cash, balance easy pay-
WM. J. SAUNDERS
THE CAMPUS IN BRIEF
Prof. C. S. Berry of the Educational
department spent last week in Grand
Rapids investigating conditions in the
Grand Rapids public schools. This
work has been part of an extensive in-
vestigation carried on for some time
in Grand Rapids. It is under the
supervision of Prof. Judd of Chicago
who was one of the principal speak-
ers at the Schoolmasters' convention
held in Ann Arbor some time ago.
Unless citizens and students stop
breaking the laws on the Ann Arbor
boulevards, offenders will be arrested
and prosecuted, according to Ray Bas-
sett, city forester. The various of-
fenses which have been called to the
attention of the boulevard patrolmen
and city officials are destroying and
defacing plants, shrubbery and trees,
shooting, and failure to- put out bon-
The Alumni room in Memorial hll
has just been presented with a new
set of furniture by the Detroit alumni.
The furniture consists of a desk, a
table, two chairs and a couple of rugs.
It'is finished in fumed oak and the old
appointments of the room will be re-
stained so as to be in accordance with
the new outfit.
Prof Robert W. Hegner of the Zo-
ology department has recently receiv-
ed as a gift to the university a collec-
tion of dragon flies from Fenton
Combs of Detroit. These collections
are very rare and they will be placed
on exhibition in room Z 348 Natural
Science building, during the exhibi-
tion that is to be held during Thurs-
day and Friday of this week.
Over 100 volumes have just been
added to the collection of modern
French plays now in the general li-
brary, through purchases made from
the profits realized from the sale of
copies of plays produced by the Cercle
Between 92 and 975 freshmen have
class caps. Merchants, who have been
in the business for two or more years,
report the sale of caps this- year as
on a par with that of last, instead of
growing larger with the increased
The contractors are excavating on
the Maynard street side of the Nick-
els Arcade, which they expect to com-
plete before school opens next fall.
The first half of the building is now
completed and nearly all of the store
buildings are occupied.
Prof. C. H. Cooley returned from
Indianapolis Sunday, where he has
been attending the annual convention
of the National Charities and Correc-
Zoological Journal Club Meets Tonight
Medical men and nature lovers will
have a special meeting on the occa-
sion of the Zoological Journal club
meeting at 7:15 o'clock tonight in
room Z-231 of the Natural Science
Mr. W. J. Atwell will speak on
"Recent Advances in Tissue Culture"
and Prof. R. W. Hegner will describe
"Some Methods of Photographing Wild
TEUTONS HAVE SUNK 96
SHIPS DURING MONTH OF APRIL
Berlin, May 15.-An official an-
nouncement says that during April 961
hostile merchantment, of 225,000 tons,
have been sunk by German and Aus-
tro-Hungarian submarines or mines.
Phone 1692-F 1 122 E. Libert
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LUNCHES, CANDIES, HOT SUNDAES
109 SOUTH MAIN STREET
WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS
Tuberculosis Survey Officially Started
The tuberculosis survey and "Health
First" campaign, which will be con-
ducted in Wasltenaw county for the
next three weeks, was officially started
yesterday. An advance guard of three
nurses is already on the ground and
spent yesterday in interviewing Ann
Arbor physicians and others, and ar-
ranging for free clinics to be held in
this city. Dr. William DeKleine,. and
other assisting doctors, will arrive
here next week.
Operated on After Fall from Wagon
Following a fall from a wagon upon
the pavement Friday afternoon, doc-
tors found it necessary to practically
denude the skull of Darrell Lamphear,
eight-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Lamphear, 703 N. Fifth ave-
nue. Infection set in upon the injured
scalp and although the boy, who is at
the Homeopathic hospital, is not en-
tirely out of danger, the operation, it
is hoped, will save his life.
"Boning" for Exams,
is not a pleasant task for the lad whose 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
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.
the sophs will have a lovely
WANTED-Students to sell Nibco
Sanitary Brushes. Best proposition
on campus. Phone Cotton-373-W,
Simpson-2180-M; Yeisley, 2494.
WANTED-Three May Festival tick-
ets for Friday evening, together or
separate. Willing to pay more than
regular price. Phone 134-M. m16
WANTED-Single ticket for McCor-
mack concert, on main floor or first
balcony. Call 1448-R. m16-17
WANTED-House for club of 25 men.
Cemmunicate with J. H. N., care
WANTED-Two tickets for May Festi-
val, Friday night. Call 2024-R.
WANTED-Course or single Festival
tickets. Call Nagle, 912-M. m14-16
LOST-On Saturday, a check near Fer-
ry field, drawn on Minnesota Bank.
Finder please call Madison at 1446-
LOST-Delta Sigma Delta pin; blue
and red stones.mFinder pleasere-
turn to 527 Thompson St., or call
1415-J. . m16-17
LOST-At Soph Prom, gold pencil.
Call 2220. m16-17
LOST--Chi Psi badge. Leave 620
State. Rewarct m16,17,18
FOR RENT-Eight-room house, bar-
gain; $25.00. Call 1825-W. 1228
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tick-
ets for Saturdy afternoon. Main
floor, section 4, row G, seats 1 and
3. Phone in evening after 6, 110-M.,
or 536-3 during; business hours. m16
FOR SALE-Tvw course tickets for
May Festival, first row second bal-
cony, $5:00 a piece. Call 1327.
S. Universiay, 1657-R. m16
FOR SALE--Ont! ticket in first bal-
cony for May Festival. Entire
course. Call :907. sM1
FOR SALE-Tid1 :et for May Festival,
first floor, 4, 'H, 2. Call 1359-J.
FOR SALF--One '. May Festival course
ticket. Calr 1022 -J between 8:00 and
9:00 or after 4:O 1 o'clock. m16
FOR SALE-Hatf interest in canoe.
Box C, care of )A ily. m13-16
GLEE CLUB APPEARS AT YPSI
Small but Appreciative Audience
The combined clubs' concert held
last Saturday night at Ypsilanti met
with a rather small but appreciative
audience. The regular program which
was given on the western trip was
rendered with slight variations. The
members of the sextet scored the suc-
cess of the evening and were called
back several times.
The next concert will be held June
1 in Hill auditorium, to give the Ann
Arbor people a final opportunity to
hear the 1916 clubs.
IRISH MEETING SINGS
"DIE WACHT AM RHEIN"
New York, May 15.-A memorial
mass meeting of Irishmen was held
here last night in honor of the exe-
cuted leaders in the recent Dublin
The audience cheered the colors of
the Irish republic and sang "Die
Wacht Am Rhein."
Confederate Veterans Hold Meeting
Birmingham, May 15.-This city is
thronged with confederate veterans
and visitors here to participate in the
twenty-sixth annual confederate re-
union. Gen. Bennett H. Young, of
Louisville, Ky., commander-in-chief
Sof the United Confederate Veterans,
and his chief of staff, Gen. W. E. Mick-
le, of New Orleans, are here.
That the sweetness of
low price never
equals the bitterness
of poor quality.
ARTHUR F. MARQUARDT
516 East William St. Phone 1422 J
DEAN VAUGHAN RETURNS
FROM CONGRESS OF DOCTORS
Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company,
Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Atyle, in two heights
Max eet to Return as Instructo
Max Peet, who graduated fro
Michigan in 1910, and who since the
has been at the Worcester Institu
in Philadelphia, will return here ne
year to be an instructor in the surg
cal department of the medical schoi
Estimates on painting, papering
decorating of any kind given by C.
Major & Co. Phone 237:' m14-16-
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Take up the matter of renting with ust
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Dr. V. C. Vaughan returned Sunday
from New York city, where he spoke
Friday evening at the fiftieth anni-
versary of the practice of Dr. Lewis
S. Pilcher, of Brooklyn, Dr. Pilcher
receiving his degree from Michigan in
1866. Dr. Vaughan made his stop in
New York enroute home from attend-
ing the Congress of American Phy-
sicians at Washington, D. C, last
Old Town Canoe paddles, $1.25 and
$2.00, also seat backs at $ .85, $1.25
and $1.50. Save money on canoe sup-
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