Nothing gets by it.
It reflects what London thinks about fashions for you.
-what Paris thinks
--what New York thinks
-what Chicago thinks
And out of all these opinions,with the jfot-de-rol
The Styles Sensibly
Dressed Americans Prefer.
Such styles we are now ready to show you.
-one more reason your suit should be a Stein-Bloek.
LINDENSCHMIDT APFEL & CO
Clothiers and Furnishers
Still Too Many Left; I
Just received, a full line of soft, negligee
shirts for Spring and Summer wear. We have
them in various styles and cloths to suit every
Have you seen that new design in Collar
Attached Shirt? It is just the thing for day
wear and very popular at present.
Our loss is your gain and we
take the consequences
TINKER X. COMPANY
clean-up of this season's goods.
Furnishers and Hatters
342 South State Street
in Suits, Overcoats,
on all WINTER GOODS
KETS, HOODS, TOQUES, SWEATERS, Out-
g Flannel Night Gowns and Men's Night
Shirts, Setsnug Underwear
H. S. Pinney & Co.
iberty St. The Store Where a Dollar Does Ifs Duty
See our beautiful
New Spring Coats
Every dress in a class by itself
SCHROEN B ROSI
1 24 South Main
I U. of M. Goods
. American Dishes.
et Phone 1244-L
id round for fastening to vest
CAMPUS IN BRIEF
-The lecture to have been given b
Mrs. W. H. Wait at the Y. M. C. A. on
March 20, has been cancelled, but
Prof. Robert W. Hegner of the zoolog-
ical department will speak on "The
Home Life of Wild Birds" at this time.
-Nearly all of the students registered
with the teachers appointment com-
mittee have consulted with the
committee this week. The af-
ternoons of this week have been
set aside for consultation, and if there
are any students who have registered
with the committee who have not yet
had a consultation, they are urged to
see the committee today.
-The temporary railway switch of
the Ann Arbor railroad, built for the
purpose of carrying materials into
Ferry field to the site of the new con-
crete stadium, will be complete some
time today and ready for operation.
Several consignments of material are
now enroute to Ann Arbor and will be
taken immediately to the grounds on
-Librarian Theodore Koch is having
a count made of all persons waited on
at the university library, in an effort
to learn the average cost of the library
for each person waited on.
-Howard E. Weaver, '16P, is in the
University hospital, suffering from an
infected knee, the result of an injury
sustained in basketball practice three
weeks ago. According to hospital au-
thorities the infection is of a strepto-
coccus nature, and may result in blood
-Senior lits and engineers will hold a
combined dinner at the Union on
Monday, March 23. Senior lits will
dance at a belated "St. Patrick's day
party," on Thursday, March 26, at Bar-
-The first shipment of the senior
dents' canes has been indefinitely post-
poned. Out of 59 canes ordered the
firm has material for only 23. This
is the second disappointment the dents
have suffered. The first time the firm
was unable to make them, up, accord-
ing to sample and the order had to be
-Pres. Harry B. Hutchins, Professor-
Emeritus Martin L. D'Ooge and Prof.
John G. Winter, of the Greek depart-
ment, and Prof. Henri Hus, of the bot-
any department will be the guests at
a luncheon to be given in honor of
Prof. Christian Snouck-Hurgronje,who
has been lecturing on Mohammedan-
ism, by the Dutch students in the uni-
versity, today at noon at the Union.
-The Kalamazoo club will hold a
smoker at 7:30 o'clock Monday, at the
-The condition of Dean H. L. Bates
of the law department, who is suffer-
ing from an infectious ankle is much
improved. Mr. Bates will be confined
for a few days.
-Shamrocks and clay pipes will be
featured at the St. Patrick's social to
be held in the parlors of the Baptist
church at 8:00 o'clock tonight.
-A picture of the Michigan Varsity
Full-Back club will be taken at noon
today on the Congregational church
fence. The Full-Back club is com-
posed of the "M" men who have played
the position of full-back. At present
its members are Miller H. Pontius, Cy-
ril Quinn, and Roy H. Torbet.
-More than 50 freshmen engineers
paid their respects to the coming
warm weather at a "Hello Spring"
dance last night at the Union. Mr.
and Mrs. H. F. French and Mr. and
Mrs. G. D. Bradley chaperoned. Music
was furnished by "Ike" Fisher's or-
-At a late hour last night the univer-
sity hospital authorities reported that
Roscoe S. Brown, '16E, who is suffer-
ing from acute tuberculosis, was get-
ting along fairly well, although his
condition is still serious. His motheir
is at his bedside.
FORMER PROFESSOR TO GIVE
PUBLIC LECTURE TONIGHT
The chief subject to be discussed
at the joint nieeting of the Detroit-
Ann Arbor section of the American
Institute .of Electrical .Engineers, at
8:00 o'clock tonight in room 348 of the
new engineering building, will be "De-
velopments in Electric Lighting." The
principal speaker will be a former
University of Michigan faculty mem-
ber, Prof. John W. Langley.
In the University Museum, there are
several dynamos built by Professor
Langley during his professorship in
the university, one of which number
was . at that time the largest in the
country. The discussion tonight will
be illustrated and is open to the pub-
GOTHAXITE LECTURES UNDER'
AUSPICES OF CIVIC LEAGUE
Mr. Arthur Dunn, of New York City,
will deliver a lecture to the public,
under the auspices of the Michigan
chapter of the intercollegiate Civic
League, on Monday afternoon, at 4:15
o'clock in the lecture room of the eco-
nomics building. Mr. Dunn was sched-
uled to lecture last Tuesday, .but was
unable to come at that time. He is
recognized as an authority on civic
education, is secretary of the com-
mittee of civic education of the Na-
tional Municipal league, and is also
attached to the United States bureau of
s * .s s s s* *s s
S TUDENTS wearing glasses or
feeling the need of than will
be pleased to know that Ann Arbor
has a modern optical shop where
services of an expert optometrist
and optician can be had.
Advanced methods of Optometry, fit-
ting glasses without drugs, appeals to all
who demand accurate eye examinations,
made without loss of time or inconven-
ience of having muscles paralyzed by
dr.H I. Arnold, optometrist with Arnold
& Co ,is a recognized leader in advanced
optometrical work. His complete office
equipment combined with shop facilities
to grind lenses, together with years of
experience as refractionist and optician,
make his Optical System the logical
place to buy glasses.
Arnold Optical System
220 South Main Street
All We IK
of is theI
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MAX P. KR UTSCH
fountain pens the leading self fill-
ing fountain pen
laller Jewelry Co,.
Fine Watch and Jewelry repairing
LTE ST. Phone 534
Regular women's league party at
4:00 o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. Dancing and refresh-
* OF INTEREST TO WOMEN.
THINK IT OVER!
r - _
Election of officers of the Y.W.C.A.
will be held on Monday, 'March 16, at
Newberry hall, and all ballots must
be cast between 8:00 o'clock in the
morning, and 5:30 o'clock. The can-
didates are as follows: for president;
Beatrice Lambrecht, and Laura Feige;
for vice-president, Huldah Bancroft
and Marion Stowe; for secretary, Hel-
en Blair, and Ethel Vail; for treasurer,
Mary Purdy and Estelle Brown.
* * *
Members of the, Symphonic league
of the school of music who wish to at-
tend the fancy dress party given by the
women's league at 7:30 o'clock Sat-
urday night in Barbour gymnasium
are urged to secure their tickets to-
day from Mrs. Jordan or Mrs. Backers.
Women's league members may pay at
the door. Admission: to spectators,
and Symphonic league members, 25
cents; to women's league members,'10
General rehearsal of junior play at
8:30 o'clock Saturday morning in Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hall.
* * *
Special meeting of the Pennsylvania
women's club at 1:00 o'clock sharp
Saturday afternoon at 1112 Washtenaw
Mr. Business Man-Do YOU re-
alize that THE MICHIGAN
DAILY reaches all but a very
few of Michigan's 5,600 stu-
dents? That an ad in the DAI-
LY will be read by so great a
number? WE have two phones,
960 and 2414.
DOWN TOWN ON
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This is not "along-time-ago" story
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A few ycars ago we made up a cigarette
ftom the purest and choicest of tobacco-
our thou ;ht was, who shall we give them
college men? We sold the first Fatima
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all know their phenomenal success. To-
(, more Fatima Cigarettes are sod i
this coun ltry than any other brand.
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