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ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR

Comfort-resdom
Wilson Bros.

Nolv's the time to change

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VICTORY LOAN BONDS
$4.00 per week will purchase a $100.00 Bond
$2.00 per week will purchase a $50.00 Bond
We will be very glad to carry them for you

WADHAMS AND CO.
STATE ST. STORE

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230 NICKELS ARCADE

WATCH OUR WINDOW
FOR TIjE NEW FROCKS

Short-

Farmers and Mechanics Bank

101-105 SO. MAIN ST.

330 SO. STATE ST. (Nickels Arcade)

Member of the Federal Reserve

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Stationery

Typewriters

Mimeographing

ARCADE JEWELRY SHOP

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To The

O. D. MORRILL,

17 Nickels Arcade

Carl F. Bay

Golf Suits

Riding Breeches

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where you

T. I. BIDDLE

Eversharp Pencils
Fountain Pens

Engraving
and Embossing

Real Custom Tailoring
Original Designs
D. E. GRENNAN

Law, Medical and Dental Books

New and Second Hand

Bought. sold or exchanged

THESIS TYPEWRITTEN

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FOOTWEAR OF QUALITY AND DISTINCTION

the best
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Quality Candies, Distinctively boxed for

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Ater July 15

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ANN ARBOR

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Films Developed 16e Prints Se, 4e, Se
Enlarging, Hand Coloring and Framing
Quality Work and 8 Hour Service
GIVE US A TRIAL -
Kodak Department
AR CADE FLORAL SHOP
N0.2 NICKELS ARCADE

POST OFFICE

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OPEN every day, except
Sunday from 8 am. to 6p. m.

DONALDSON'S

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Special Showing of Collar Attached Shirts
in the newest materials for Summer wear

See Window

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711 No. University

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ENGINEERS EXAMS
WILL BE OPTIONAL
Final examinations will be given in
the engineering college hereafter if
the department deem it advisable to
hold finals. This is the substance of
a resolution passed at a meeting of
the Engineering faculty Monday.
The resolution to a certain extent
abolishes the system which has been
used during the past two years in the
engineering college. That is the sys-
tem of not holding one continuous
four hour examination, but of hold-
ing four one hour quizzes during the
two week examination period. This
enabled classes to be held until the
end of the two week examination
period.
It is thought that in theoretical
courses, such as mathematics, that it
is more advisable to hold one con-
tinuous examination than to break it
up into several. In certain courses,
however, it means that the same sys-
tem as before will be used. The labor-
atory courses will still be enabled to
hold classes and conduct work until
the end of the semester.
This puts into force two methods
CLASSIFIED
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Canoe storage, Morris
Canoes, Old Town Canoes. Used
Canoes for Sale. Easy payments.
Saunders Canoe Livery:
JISCELLANEOUS

of examinations that which is used in
the lit schooland which is the old
method, and that which has been used
in the engineering college for the past
two years. It is the opinion of some
professors that better results can be
obtained by final examinations and
some believe that the system of pro-
longed quizzes is better. The resolu-
tion passed by the faculty thus ehi-
ables the professors to use the method
which they believe is best fitted for
the course.
The ruig will go into effect imme-
diately and will be used for the final
examinations at the end of this se-
mester.
BAKER ELIGIBLE
FOR TRACK TEAM
Joe Baker, premier weight man of
Farrell's 1918 track squad, is again
reporting at Ferry field and will be
eligible for intercollegiate competi-
tion by the end of the week.
Although he failed to place in last
year's outdoor intercollegiates, Bak-
er was considered one of the strong-
est shot putters in the Conference
and will increase the strength of the
1919 outfit considerably. He has been
hitting the 42 foot mark regularly dur-
ing the past week and is counted upon
as a big asset, for the dual meet with
Chicago to be held at AnnArbor on
May 18.

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W D C trade-mark, you have the
satisfaction of knowing that your money
could not have bought a better pipe. The
W D C is strictly American made. You can
choose among a multitude of styles, sizes and
grades at the best shops-$6 down to 75 cents.
WM. DEMUTH & CO.; New York
r Work's Largest Pipe Manufacturer
Look at the itnes of this one. They
bonothe genuie Fe riarbowl
the Jet black lustre of the vulcanite blt.

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WANTED
WANTED - Violinist and drimmer
for summer engagement, nor'here
Michigan resort picture theater.
Drummer must be good xylophonist
I want only A-1 men, with plenty of
"pep. Wesley A. Richards, 1246
10th St. N. W., Washington, D. C.
WANTED-Energetic man desiring
position in a law and insurance of-
fice. Address A. L. Deuel, Harbor
Springs, Mich.
WANTED-Room for visiting lady.
from the middle of May until the end
of school. Call Knode, 2413-R after

TI'S NGThe Delta
LOST
LOST-Reward and no questions if
my note book is returned by Thurs-
day evening. Grace E. Travis. 537
Thompson. Phone 2674-M.
LOST-Silver fountain pen between
School of Music and South Univer-
sitr.. Finder please call 368. Reward.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Student furnishings for
three room flat. Call 625 E. Lib-
erty, door 1.
FOR SALE- A Soph Prom Ticket.
Call 143-J.

Ohio State next Saturday drawing
near and only four men to represent
Michigan have been picked. They are
Westbrook, Bartz, and Muntz. Four
men are having a close race for the

fourth place honor, Bowers, Harrison,
-- Popp, and Schields.
FOUR MEN FIGHT FOR PLACE The form which the men display in
ON VARSITY -TENNIS TEAM the next few days will be the deciding
factor in picking the fourth man.
Competition for the fourth place on Tuesday's matches resulted as (follows:
the Varsity tennis team is becoming Bartz defeated Muntz, 6-4; Bowers de-
keener each day With the meet with feated Schields, 6-2; Muntz beat Har-

rison, 6-1; Harrison beat Schields,
6-2; Popp defeated Schields, 6-4; Bow-
ers beat Popp, 8-6; Bowers beat Lung,
6-2.
Coach Mack is contemplating a meet
with the freshmen for Thursday. The
first year men are said to have a
strong combination and will offer a
good fight to the Varsity. Reindel,
Worcester, and Jerome are believed to
possess great possibilities.
Advertise L The Daily.-Adv.

MISCELLANEOUS - Several
typewriters for sale and rent2
Nickels Arcade. O. D. Morrill

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