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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1919,

BUILDINGS GO;
) LONGER USEFUL

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WHAT'S GOING ON

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After over 50 years of service the
old frame buildings now standing at
the north end of. the new engineer-
ing building have outlived their use-
fulness, and have been sold. The
work of salvaging them is now in
progress.
Originally a part of buildings stand-
ing on the site of the present chem-
istry building, these structures com-
posed a section of the first Univer-
sity hospitals. When first constructed
it was expected that they would serve
as hospitals for about 10 years, and
then be burned, germs and all.
But the University grew, and new
colleges were established. So it came
about that it was in these old struc-
tures that the Homoeopathic and
Dental schools were first housed. Lat-
er both these colleges outgrew their
homes, and their present buildings
were put up.
When plans for the present Chemis-
try building were settled upon it was
necessary to get rid of the structures
on its site, and some were torn down,
while the rest were moved to their
present location next to the engineer-
ing building, where they have stood
for some years, being used by the
surveying department.
Their last bit of active service was
as class rooms during the period when
the S. A. T. C. existed in Ann Arbor.
But they have been an eye-sore on
the campus for years, and it is with
little regret that students and all con-
nected with the University will watch
them be demolished.
SENIOR MEDICS TO RECEIVE
DIPLOMAS THURSDAY, MAR. 20
(Continued from Page One)-
Reuben W. Shelly, Clarence E. Sher-
wood, William C. Skinner, John G.
Smi'th, Theodore L. Squier, Carroll
S. Wright, Carl E. Badelev. S. J.
Shipman, Harry L. Clark, M. C.
Miller.
According to Dr. Harison, who was
in clfarge of the examinations, Mich-
igan medical school graduates standf
nearly 10 per cent as regards their
passing state board examinations
wherever they may be held.

TODAY
4:15-Meeting of the Gargoyle edi-
torial and art staffs in the editorial
room.
7:00-Varsity band rehearsal at the
School of Music. All men bring uni-
forms and music racks.
7:00-Zionist circle of Michigan Me-
norah society meets in room 205 U-
hall.
7:30-Christian Science society meets
in the Sunday school room of the
Christian Science church.
8:00-Literature circle of Michigan
Menorah society meets in room 205
U-hall.
TOMORROW
All members of the senior literary
class may be measured for their
caps and gowns at George Moe's on
North University avenue.
Senior engineers who have not yet
procured their tickets for the din-
ner Saturday night may get them
at the Engineering society room to-
day.
An All-campus mixer will be given
by Masques Saturday afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium.
LIMIT TIME FOR
PAYMENT OF DUES
Definite days for the payment of
class dues were set at a meeting of
the treasurers of the various senior
classes Wednesday evening at the
Union., These dues must be paid be-
fore graduation and it was the opinion
of those present at the meeting that
the matter ought to be cleared up
within the next week. Monday and
Tuesday, March 24 and 25, are the
days for settling up. George Berg,
'19, was elected chairman of the
treasurers' committee and will keep in
touch with those in charge of col-
lecting the money.
The student council is in favor of
including class dues in the tuition
fee of every student. This would do
away with an endless amount of de-
tail work and could be managed in
the same way that the men students
pay for their Union memberships.

"The average student;" said Ralph
E. Gault, '19, president of the coun-
cil, "would not miss the dollar for
his dues if he paid it with his tuition
fee, but he considers it a nuisance
to come across with the money after
he has started in his work."
A committee has been appointed by
the council to take up the matter of
this blanket tax with the University 1
authorities and the Board of Regents
will probably take action on it at
their next meeting.
CLAIMS KOREA IS UNFIT FOR I
SELF-GOVERNMENT AT PRESENT
(Continued from Page One)
Korea by appealing to the peace con-
ference at Paris.
Emmilssary Held in U. S.
"Money was raised and two em-
issaries were sent overseas, one of
them said to be personna non grata
to the Japanese government, was de-,
tained in the United States, I heard,
unable to obtain passports and is still
here.
Japanese Rule Severe
"Severity of Japanese rule could
not help but create resentment in
Korea. Cruelty was common and
Japanese soldier police were spying
everywhere. They even watched re-
ligious services to ascertain if there
were any revolutionary utterances.
"Nevertheless Japanese administra-
tion of affairs in Korea," said Dr.
Soper, *has been charadterized by
marked improvement in the methods
of transportation, farming, and
finance."
Martha Washington Candies fresh
every Friday. Tice's!Drug Store.-Ad.
Michigan's paper for Michigan men.
-Adv.

LOCAL MERCHANTS ARE READY SATURDAY NIGHT DANCES AT
FOR CAP AND GOWN ORDERS I YPSI PROVE POPULAR
The number of Michigan Men
Caps and gowns may be ordered present at the Saturday night dances
now and all seniors are urged to be at Ypsi has increased so much that
it is estimated that three-fourths of
measured and to place their orders
the gentlemen come from Ann Arbor.
as .soon as possible, in order that they The Dances are heldatA the Ma-
will have them on hand in time for
willhav die onhan in imeforsonic Temple, which has the reputa-
Swing-Out which is to take place ton of being thbsthallhineWash-
shortly, after Spring vacation' tenaw county, outside of the Michi-
Several clothing establishments in gan Union. "Ike" Fisher is sending
the city are ready to receive orders some of his best men to Ypsi, which
and George Moe, who holds a con- is contributing much to the success
tract with the University regarding of the dances. The dance starts at
caps and gowns is among these. He 8:30 and lasts till 11:30, which gives
has supplied the graduating medical
class with theirs which he obtained
from a Chicago firm.

everyone a chance to get the last car
ack. $l00 per couple-Adv.

Dependable, Scientific, Drugi o

EYE
EXAMINATIONS
Phone 590 for appointment
EmilH Arnold
IOptometrust 220 S. Main St

I ntersorority Hasketball PossibleE
The Chi Omega sorority has ehall-
lnged the campus to a game of bask-
etball to be played sometime the last
of this month. The sorority has morel
of its members on basketball teams
than any other sorority, six of its l
girls having made first teams and two
having made second teams. It is
not an established fact, but rumor has
it that several other sororities, one of
which is Pi Beta Phi, are trying toI
get enough players together to accept.
If they do accept, it will be the first
time in the history of girls basketball
at Ann Arbor, that intersorority games
have been played.

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EASTER CAND I and
NOVEL...TI ES
It is not too soon to purchase your Candies and Novelties for Easter. You should get
yours now while our stocks are at the beet,
WE MANUFACTURE ALL OUR GOODS WHICH GIVES US A COMPLETE STOCIK THAT WE
CAN GUARANTEE IS PURE AND FRESU

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Golf Suits

Riding lreedhes

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You will find that we have a coMplete stock of

Custom Tailor

Original Designs

Chickens, eggs, Roosters, Pigs,

Now Open for Business

Rabbits,

Crosses, Novelties

14 Nickels Arcade

as well as a great many other Easter Candies.We have all sizes and will make to your order any
Special Design that you may want.

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THE UNIVERSITY

CHOCOL ATE MARSHMALLOW EGGS, per doz.15c
CHOCOLATE CREAM EGGS, 5c and l0c each
Candy Animals, 5c and ap.

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CHOCOLATE CItEAM EGGS, per dozen, 25c
CHOCOLATE CREAM EGGS, Made to order in any siZe

5c 1c, 15c,

20e, 25c and up

OF MICHIGAN

CAMPUS

Where You Touch Elbows with
All the World

Your Orders for Specially designed
Laster Eggs
should be placed at once as
there will be a great rush
this year.
Names, Initials or Frater-
ulty Insigna placed on Eas-
ter Eggs at no extra cost.
See Our WINDOW DISPLAY

JHOP SPECIALS
Anything in the line of ice cream,
ices, candies, or siveets in general,
We are able to make up any and
all nobeities, in any color, lvhich
hill materially add to the attract-
ibeness of the occasion.

Plape your Order nolv for Choice
Easter Cand
If you prefer to send a nice
box of Chocolates or Boa
Boas, we have the fiunt
stock in the city and the be bt
line of gift Poxes to be found
in the state.
Come in and See Our Stock

For detailed information address the Dean of that
School or College of the University in which you
are specially interested, or the Secretary of the
University, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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