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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

City News

Albion college was closed Friday Phi Del' K apa
because of the prevalence of small-'
pox there. Some students got away H o
Honor Fraterni

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Herbert Tenny, Jr., and William
Frey, were injured while returning
home from an initiation into one of
the high, school fraternities about mid-
night Friday night, when the sedan
they were driving down Liberty street
was smashed by a freight engine on
the Ann Arbor railroad.
sTenny is' confined to his home with
several bruises about the head and
knees. An X-ray of Frey's skull this
morning showed that no clots were
formed and while he is in a serious
condition, he is expected to recover.

from the college without being vacci-
nated, according to the college au-
thorities, and if there are any of thesel
students in Ann Arbor, they are urgedI

.installs Chapter

to see Dr. John A. Wessinger, city: Phi Delta Kappa, national honorary
health officer, at once. educational fraternity, installed a
chapter at the University when A. J.
Thomas O'Brien, chief of police, has McAllister of Chicago, national secre-
issued his annual warning against tary, and C. R. Wise, of Cleveland,
boys playing baleither in the streets district deputy, initiated 16 candidates
or on the strips outside the walks, into the society at a banquet at the
which are considered a part of the Union Saturday night.
street. The penalty for failure to Organized in 1910 at the University
obey this warning may be a substari- of Indiana for the purposes of good
tial fine and costs. Every year the fellowship, support of progressive
police department is called to arrest educational movements outside the
some student who has failed to obey university, and encouragement of re-
this warning. search among men in the field, the

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day will be initiated later as charter
members.
Besides Professor Edmonson, Pro-
fessors C. O. Davis, G. L. Jackson, G.
E. Myers, and G. M. Whipple of the:
department of education, and L. A.,
Butler, superintendent of schools in
Ann Arbor, are alumni members of
the fraternity.
BOTANISTS SECURE
JAPANESE WORKS
Professor Miyabe of the Imperial
University of Sappo, Japan, has made
possible for the botany department to
secure the first three parts of a monu-
mental work on the trees of northern
Japan, which were received from the
governor of Hokkaido.
This work illustrates if color all of
the important species of the forest
flora of Hokkaido. The process used
is lithography, which is being replaced
in this country by the tri-color half
tone. The process is capable of
yielding results superior to those of
the more modern method and, accord-
ing to men in the local department,
the Japanese work is unsurpassed in
scientific literature.
Superfluous Trees on Campus Removed

J. L. CHAPMAN
.JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
ANN ARBOR. - - MICHIIG kN
LUNCH ROOM
A Nice Cozy Place WhereI
You Enjoy Your Neal
One half block South
of"MAJ"

UNIVERSITY
STUDENTS WANTED
to sell rowboat motors now and
(uring vacation. Can be ban-
died on the side if desired. Best
opportunitynfor those who will
be in or near summer resorts.
Commission is liberal. Highest
grade rowboat motor manufac-
tured. Direct factory supervis-
ion and sales instruction.
The "aille Perfection Motor Co.
Detroit, Mich.

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While riding home on horseback
Sunday night, F. E. Woodward, R. F.
t D. No. eight, was struck by an auto-
mobile driven by Dr. W. W. Williams
of 224 Crest street, at the corner of
Huron and Thayer streets. Although
Woodward was thrown more than 20
feet, he escaped with a cut on his
knee and minor bruises. The horse
was badly injured.

Catalpa Dining Room to Remai Open
With the view to correcting any
wrong impressions concerning the
sale of the Catalpa Inn, Miss Parker,
who is managing the hotel during her
father's illness states that the dining
room will remain open to the public

SADD LE PONIES=
437 So. Main Phone ,
Near Packard 1+687-R
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fraternity now consists of 24 chapters.
Prof. J. B. Edmonson of the educa-
tion department will be faculty spon-
sor of the chapter. The newly initi-
ated members are: president, C. L.
Spain of the Detroit Board of Educa-
tion; vice-president, H. H. Lowrey,
grad; corresponding secretary, C. K.
Searles, grad; recording secretary, H.
W. Wickett, grad; treasurer, M. W.
Taylor, grad; Prof. C. S. Berry, Prof.
A. S. Whipple, G. S. Lasher, instruc-
tors; P. D. Cahow, grad; J. B. Fuller,
grad; H J. Bacon and A. B. Moehl-
man of the Detroit Board of Educa-
tion, M. P. Cole, Royal Oak, A. F. Hall,
Manistique, J. W. Lindemuth, Fowler-
ville, and H. A. Tape, of Milan. Five
candidates unable to be present Satur-

Trees
campus
imity to+
growth,

are being cut down on the
in places where their prox-
each other is .hampering their
according to an announce-

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $25,000.00
Resources .........$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
VACATION TIME!
YOU MUST DANCE
At the Beach
On the Moonlight
At the Country
Club

OR the student or prof.,
Fthe superb VENUS out-
rivals all for perfect pencil
work. 17 black degrees and
3 copying.
American Lead
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ment by the building
department, yesterday.

and grounds

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or you will be a wallflower
DANCE AND BE POPULAR
Start now and you
can be a graceful
dancer this

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T HERE'S one mighty good
way you can get out of
the doctor habit and that
is to make your home so sani
tary that your health will get a
chance to sleep nights and en-
joy itself during the day time.
Our sanitary plumbing will put
your residence in proper shape.

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Dress Foot-Wear

Halseys Dance Studios
Wuerth - Arcades - Nickels

Phone 2452
320 NORTH MAIN STREET

BERENAK & MARTIN.
PLUMBINGHEATING
REPAIRING

For Men
Nothing Smarter for
Evening Dress
Almost a necessity for the
College Man

Dull or Patent
price $9.00
Price $10 to $12

For Women

Strap Styles have the
preference
We show an especially nice line like
the cut on left in Black. Brown and
Grey ooze and Black Satin

Economy, Convenience and Spe
It's Economy for you to
have your clothes clean-
ed in ENERGINE and it's
Convenient for us to call
for them whenever you
say the word.
209
PONESOUTH
= 2508. a an. FOURTF-
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Ann Arbor May Festival

Walk-Over Boot Shop

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115 South Main Street

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Public Sale of Course Tickets
All Course Tickets not ordered by mail will be placed on
public sale at the University School of Music, beginning
Saturday Morning at 8:00 o'clock, March 19.

GET THE GENUINE

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Ayres & Smith

Six

Concerts

- - Four Days

English Cap

May 18, 19, 20, 21

A RTISTS

Look for the Label

Lucrezia Bori, Rosa Ponselle, Florence Hinkle, Sopranos;
Cyrena Van Gordon, Merle Alcock, Contraltos; Orville
Harrold, Charles Marshall, Lambert Murphy, Tenors;
Arthur Middleton, Theodore Harrison, Chase B. Sikes,
Baritones; Gustav Holmquist, Bass; Fannie Bloomfield-
Zeisler, Pianist.
University Choral Union, Albert A. Stanley, conductor, a
chorus of children, George Oscar Bowen, conductor, Chicago
Symphony Orchestra, Frederick Stock, conductor.

in the Cap

Wadhams & Co.

213 E. LIBERTY ST.

715 N. UNIV.

AVE.

State Street Store

PHONE 294F1= F2

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