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News From The Other Colleges


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udents of the University of Michigan are cordially invited to
inspect our new liix* of
Novelties in Tailored Suits, Gowns
and Dresses
ewest materials, newest models, newest colorings, ant
lowest prices

Nebraska-Omaha was host to more
than 500 students who visited the me-
tropolis on the Omaha Educational
excursion of the University of Ne-
braska Friday, May 2. Tours of in-
spection, banquet and a dance made a
full day for the visitors, who were
entertained by the business men of
Iowa - A thousand dollar liberty
bond, to become a part of the Alum-
ni memorial fund, is the proposed gift
of the senior class of the University
of Iowa.,
Chicago-The University of ChicagoI
recently announced its 16th annual
contest for the economics prizes. The-
contest is financed by Hart, Schaffner
& Marx and the prizes are divided in-
to two groups: $1,000 for first, $500
for second in Group A; $300 for first.
$200 for second in Group B.
Any undergraduate in any college
is eligible to compete in Group B,
while any American is eligible for
Group A prizes. The papers are to be
a study on any question in the eco-
nomic field and ate not limited in
Illinois-Mtembers of the Student

council of the University of Illinois
have begun a personal canvass of all
fraternities and other men's organiza-
tions on the campus in order to de-
termine tthe sentiment of the men
toward the proposed honor system. oG
far, six fraternities have agreed to
support the plan.
Chic ago--Campus subscriptions for
the Liberty Loan at the University of
Chicago total to date $76,000. A Ger-
man dress helmet will be given as a
prize to the solicitor who makes the
best showing. It is on exhibition
and serves as an impetus to the drive.

tion of the University of Illinois re-
cently granted to the groups of stu-
dents permission to form several new
organizations. A local social fratern-
ity, an honorary physical educatiL n
organization for women, and an hon-
orary professional pre-medical fra-
ternity for women will take advant-
age of the permission and organie
Indiana - Indiana university will
give several courses this summer re-
lating to American ideais and custo'iis.
The courses will be in accordance with
the movement throughout the country
to provide for instruction in all the
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20 Percent more heat for the dollar than any
other clean fuel.
One-half the amount of ashes of any other fuel.
No smoke to cause redecorating expense.
Buy Coke now at $9 per ton.
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Amateur Photographers
On account of the very bad weather, the Contest for
Best Birds Eye View of Campus will continue until
May 30th. See particulars in Window.


- 719 N. University


1Iuseum Reeives
Rare Collection
An extensive and valuable addition
o the dragon fly collection was recent-
y received at the Museum from the
onorary curator of this collection,
aid Mr. E. B. Williamson, of Bluffton,
Of especial significance is the fact
hat portions of the collection were
athered and made the basis of elab-
rate studies by the National Museum
f Natural History in New York City.
orth, Central, and South American
pecimens are included in the 850 in-
ects. Dr. Ris of Switzerland, the great-
st living dragon-fly specialist, con-
ributed some of the tropical flys. The
outh and Central American groups
ere gathered on several expeditions,
he one to Columbia being partly un-
er the auspices of the Museum.
None of these additions will be put
ni exhibition, as light affects their
Alor and reliability as study speci-
iens. Special cases have been pro-
ided for their safe keeping, and will
e opened only for classification and
esearch purposes.

Looking forward to a guaranteed
price, the American farmer will pro-
duce a record wheat crop this year,
according to the New York market. It
is estimated that the winter crop will
be nearly 837,000,000 bushels and the
spring crop approximately 300,000,000
bushels. The wealth thus released
will go far towards restoring the nor-
mnal buying power of the whole coun-
try. This enormous production will
enable this country to export some-
thing like 450,000,000 bushels, which is
far more than was exported during any
year of the war.
Pinney-Tannert Marriage Announced
N. Earl Pinney, '16, and Miss Kath-
erine E. Tannert, of Stoughton, Wis.,
were recently married at White Plains,
New York. Pinney was a member of the
Phi Beta Kappa honor society. Dur-
ing the year of 1915, he won all of
the oratorical contests given.
At present he is vice-president of
the Community Chautauquas Inc., of
White Plains, New York.
LOST? Advetise in The Daily.-Adv..

Students beginning law study with
a summer session may ;shorten the
time required to, complete the work
leading to a degree from three calen-
dar years to two regular years and
three summer sessions, according to
plans for the Law school in the sum-
mer session.
Two Periods Provided
Divided into two periods of five
weeks each, the 25th annual summer
session of the Law school will begin
Monday, June 23. The work of the
eession is planned to offer in any two
successive summers the prescribed
,courses of the first two years of work
leading to a degree.
Students may apply for admission
upon advanced standing, such admis-
sion being upon examination. Persons
who have the necessary qualifications
for admission and who have satisfac-
-torily completed work in an approv-
ed law school may apply. A certifi-
cate of scholarship and of honorable
dismissal from' such a school must
be presented. This certificate should
show the nature of the work, the text
books used, and the grade received.
Courses Extensive
Courses offered will be common law
pleading, contracts I and II, prop-
erty II and III, torts, constitutional
law I and II, evidence, judgments,
partnership, sales, suretyship, bank-
ruptcy, equity I, municipal corpora-
The faculty will consist of Profs.
H. L. Wilgus, V. H. Lane, H. M.
Bates, E. C. Goddard, E. R. Sunder-
land, J. H. Drake, W. G. Stoner, R. W.
Aigler, E. N. Durfee, J. B. Waite, G.
C. Grismore.
Bewvare Of Him
Who Wears Grin
The kind of friends I like the best
are those that never say, with swell-
ing chest, "I certainly stuck up for
you today. The fellows said that you
are queer, but I stopped that, you
bet You have a friend while I am
here, I hop you won't forget." .
Perhaps my heart should warm
with joy, my pulses leap agog because
my good friend cries, "Ahoy! Don't
tamper with my dog. He's such a
nice old spineless gent, and really not
a crook. He comes of monkeyhood
decent, but that I'll overlook. Just
pat him on the head a bit, I'll see he
doesn't bite. I'll guarantee him every
whit, I'm sure he'll be all right. I've
brought him up myself, you see, he
eats out of my hand. He's just as
nice as he can be if you but under-
Get out, most sacrificing friend, and
make your fade-away. Get out, for
fear I shall offend your kindness if
you stay. Oh choose some other soul
to lead to heights wherein you fly. I
fear you never will succeed with such
a one as I.
Homoeopathic Medical Society to Meet
The Homoeopathic State Medical
society will hold its annual meeting
May 21 and 22 in Jackson. Dr. G. I.
Naylor, of Ann Arbor, is secretary of
the organization.


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