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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PECK CHOSEN TO HEAD
HOMEOPATHIC SOIT
Forty-Seventh Annual Assembly Comes
to End; C. B. Kenyon Elect-
ed Vice-President

DATES OF EXAMS FOR
LASCHOOL ANNOUNCED

ALLMENDINGER'S
Music Shop
Phone 1692-F 1 122 E. Liberty

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FOR RENT

For balance of spring and sum-
mer season.
18 ft. new Old Town Canoe,
with locker, paddles, carpet and
back rest.

With two hundred physicians from
all over the state in attendance, the
Michigan Homeopathic Medical soci-
ety brought to a close its forty-seventh
annual convention here yesterday.
At the elections held at the morning
meeting , the following officers were
chosen for the coming year: Presi-
dent, Dr. Luther Peck, Plymouth;
first vice-president, Dr. C. B. Ken-
yon, Ann Arbor; second vice-presi-
dent, Dr. Mary Stevens, Detroit; sec-
retary, Dr. A. B. Smith, Grand Rap-
ids; treasurer, Dr. Neil Bentley, De-
troit; corresponding secretary, Dr. T.
F. Hutchison, Saginaw; necrologist,
Dr. William Bailey, Detroit. Dr. Dean
W. Myers, of Ann Arbor, was elected
a member 'of the board of control, to
hold office till 1921. The newly elect-
ed board of censors is as follows: Dr.
George P. Winchell, Ionia; Dr. F. C.
Thornburgh, Alma; Dr. T. F. Yeo-
mans, St. Joseph; Dr. B. S. Partridge,
Ann Arbor; Dr. A .E..Gesler, Saranac;
Dr. L. M. Tuttle, Holland.
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FOR SALE

Two new Old Town Canoes.
Part cash, balance easy pay-
mnent.

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ILLUSTRATED LECTURES IN
THE EXHIBIT

WM. J. SAUNDERS

That the sweetness of
low price never
equals the bitterness
of poor quality.

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* Thursday
* 10:00-11:00 A. M.-"Furni-
ture Making."
11:00-12:00 A. M.-- "A Match
* in a Forest."
* 1:30-2:30 P. M.-"Geysers of
* the Yellowstone National Park,"
* Prof. Win. H. Hobbs, (Illustrat-
* ed with large artificial geyser.),
* 2:30-3:30 P. M.--"Salt for Food
-Its Recovery from Nature."
Professor Cook.
3:00 P. M.-"Camp Davis,"
* H. H. Phillips. Room 311, En-
* gineering building.
* 3:30-4:30-"Animal Life."
* 4:30 P. M.-"Forest Fire
* Fighting."
'*' 7:00-10:00 P. M.-"Electrical
* Precipitation of Smoke and
* Fumes," B. A. Standerline.
* "Manufacture of Cyanamid,"
J,- T. Naylon.
"1anufacture of Paper," Rob-
ert. S.'Arc her.
* Manufacture of Wire, from
Ore to Finished Product," -W.
*Hansen.
All of the lectures will be
given in the large auditorium at
* the southwest corner of the
* Natural Science building unless
* otherwise specified. They will
* be illustrated with moving pic-
* tures and slides.

Schedules of examinations for the
classes of the law school for the sec-
ond semester have been announced,
and are as follows:
First year class: Common Law plead-
ing, Wednesday, June 14, 8:00 o'clock;
Property 1, Thursday, June 15, 2:00
o'clock; Property I, Friday, June
16, 8:00 o'clock; Contracts I, Satur-
day, June 17, 2:00 o'clock; Contracts
II, Monday, June 19, 8:00 o'clock;
Agency, Tuesday, June 20, 2:00
o'clock; and Torts, Wednesday, June
21, 2:00 o'clock.
Second year class: Equity Jurispru-
dence, Thursday, June 15, 8:00 o'clock;
Evidence, Friday, June 16, 2:00
o'clock; Corporations, Saturday, June
17, 2:00 o'clock.
Third year class: Constitutional
Law, Wednesday, June 14, 8:00 o'clock.
Electives: Constitutional Law, Wed-
nesday, June 14, 8:00 o'clock; Quasi
Contracts, Wednesday, June 14, 2:00
o'clock; Equity Jurisprudence, Thurs-
day, June 15, 8:00 o'clock; Equitable
Remedies, Thursday, June 15, 2:00
o'clock; Municipal Corporations, Fri-
dayJune 16, 8:00 o'clock; Mortgages,
Saturday, June 17, 8:00 o'clock; Cor-
porations, Saturday, June 17, 2:00
o'clock; Bankruptcy, Monday, June
19, 8:00 o'clock; Partnership, Monday,
June 19, 2:00 o'clock; Wills, Tuesday,
JuneO20, 8:00 o'clock; Agency, Tues-
day, June 20, 2:00 o'clock; Code
Pleading, Wednesday, June 21, 8:00
o'clock; Doriestic Relations, Wednes-
day, June 21, 2:00 o'clock; Damages,
Thursday, June 22, 8:00 o'clock; and
Equit Pleading, Thursday, June 22,
2:000 o'clock.
DRAMATIC CLUB INITIATES
Sixteen New 3lembers Taken into Com--
edy Organization; Dance Follows
The Comedy club held its initiation
Tuesday night at the Packard acad-
new nembers gave a play for
new members had to give a play for
the benefit of the older members of
the society. After the play there was
~a (dance at which Prof. J. B. Waite
of the law school and Mrs. Waite acted
as chaperons.
Those who were taken into the club
are: Ethel Hosmer, '17, Gladys Whe-
lan, '17, Olive Hartsig, '17, E. E. Par-
dee, '17, R. C. Hunter, '17, Gertrude
Sargeant, '18, Eva M. Bowen, '18, J.
S. Iasberger, '18, Lois May, '18, C. J.
Meyers, '18, Mary Morse, '19, C. A.
Sisserson, '19, Mary D. Brown, '19,
Orva .G. Williams, '19, W. K. Faunce,
'19, and J. B. Wood, '19.
ENCINEVRING EMPLOYMENT BU-
BEAU HAS MANY JOBS LEFT
The employment bureau of the en-
gineering college has put a large
number of seniors in touch with good
openings, but there are still a num-
ber of excellent positions open for
those who graduate in June.
There. are also openings for sum-
mer work to which any student in
the engineering college is eligible, be
he freshman or senior. Application
should be made to Prof. J. A. Burs-
ley of the engineering faculty, for any
further information.

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The ProesrCntDo It
He can pass you out of college with honor marks, but
he can't pass you through life. Tackling the problems
of business is a matter of physical and mental pre-
paredness, and these come from well balanced foods
and rational exercise. For the problems of college or
the battle of life nothing can equal

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

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Campus Tailor

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Shredded Wheat
the food that contains all the muscle-building, brain-
making material in the whole wheat grain prepared in
a digestible form. Its daily use preserves the proper
balance between brain and muscle, supplying the phy-
sical strength and mental alertness that are needed in
every line of endeavor. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is
on the training table of nearly every college and uni-
versity in this country and Canada. Two of these
Shredded Wheat Biscuits with milk or cream make a
complete, perfect meal, supplying all the strength
needed for study or play.
Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Conservation ot Energy

What Electricity Means
to You in Your Rome

FO SALL
FOR SALE--May Festival tickets.
First floor, rear, one, Thursday eve-
ning, one Friday afternoon, two Sat-
urday afternoon, one Saturday eve-
ning. Call 788-J. m18,19
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tickets,
maiu floor, any concert except Fri-
clay night. Two dollars each. A
possible Friday night. At Quarry
Drug store. n18
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tick-
ets, front second balcony -for Friday
afternoon and Saturday night. Call
1072-J after 4:00 or after 8;00
o'clock p. m, in8
FOR SALE-Two good May Festival
tickets for Thursday night, Friday
and Saturday a rtemnoon. Phone
Holton 344. miS
FOU RENT.
FOR RENT-Autos for rent, with or
without driver. A. Harnack, Ypsi-
lanti. Phone 678.
m18,19,20,21,23

LOST
LOST-North of campus, lady's small
black pocketbook .containing silver
watch. Return to Registrar's of-
fice, The University, m18

LOST-Kappa Beta Psi badge.
turn to 325 S. Fifth. Reward.

Re-

CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS WILL
UE HELD IN ANN ARBOR SOON
The following civil service examina-
tions of interest to university students
will be held at the local postoffice at
the indicated dates: May 23, chief me-
chanician, general mechanic; June 7,
chemist, physical metallurgist, junior
architect ,medical interne, asst. shop
superintendent, . physical laboratory
helper, preparator in entomology, min-
ing draftsman; June 13, mineral tech-
nologist; June 21, superintendent of
acid plant; July 5, rodman and chain-
man and marine engine and boiler
draftsman. The salaries for these
positions range from $800 to $3600 a
year.

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 lHe atlers
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.

LOST-At Soph Prom, gold pencil.
Call 2220, m16-17
RE WARD

WANTED-Students to

sell Nibco

Sanitary Brushes. Best proposition
on campus. Phone Cotton-373-W,
Simpson-2180-M; Yeisley, 2494.
tu-th-sun
WANTED-House for club of 25 men.
Communicate with J. H. N., care
Daily. m16-17-18
MISCELLANEOUS
ADVERTISERS in The Michigan
Daily are the reliable business men
of the city. It is to your advantage
to trade with them.

Call Hoppe for your next
picture.

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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

The Detroit Edison Company
Eastern Miehigan DivIsIon
SOPHLI TS ELECT CAPTAINS tug-of-war team; William Darnall of
OF SPRING CONTEST TEAMS the middleweight tug-of-war team;
At a meeting of the soph lits yester- Robert Halstead of the third relay
day afternoon the following men were team. The nominees for the class
elected captains for the spring games: member of the Student Council were
Robert Bennett of the heavyweight Howard Hatch and Georg Ohrstrom

GRINNELL BROS. Music House ,*S* South
PHONE 1707 and try our Victor Record approval system for May records

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