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THB MICHIGANItAILY

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ring Suits, Overcoats
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GET IT AT
CALKINS' PHARMACY

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In all the. latest and
up-to-date styles.

We have a line of SHIRTS
and NECKWEAR that com-
prises all of the nobby ideas

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Do you know we served a ton of Malted
Milk at our Soda Fountains last year?
We make 'em Right
Our New Ice Crew m
We make it ourselves, and it is REAL
Cream. No Gelatin. No Ice Cream
Powder.

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Clothes for Spring
also a fine line of
Furnishings, Hats,
Caps, Bags & Suit
Cases,
Come in and look
them over.

GET IT

Our prices are reasonable
for seasonable goods.

AT CALKIN'S PHARMACY
342 SOUTH STATE STREET

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WADHAIAS & CO.
121-123 So. flain St.

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The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-103-105 South Main StreetI

Capital, $100,000
and Profits . .

$?5,000

Individual
Custom Tailoring
That Is correct
in style and fit
The new fabrics for this
season are here in large
assortments.

e Ann Arbor Savings Bank
ital Stock $300,000 Surplus $rob,ooo
Resources $3,ooo,ogo
A General Banking Business Transacted
s. I. iscock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,
h'r, W. D. Harriman, Vice-Pres.,' Carl F.4
un, Asst. Cash'r, Wm. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
ngs Dejt.

CALL EARLY,

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t Convenient Place for Your
Banking

A. F.,Marquardt
Campus Tailor
516 E. William Street

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Editor, The Miclhigan Daily-
1 believe that in yesterday morn-
ing's issue, Mr. Grauzutes comes near-
er to the true necessity for national
preparedness than has any other local
writer yet. Still his interpretation and
suggestion for cure seem to me ques-
tionable. The reason it behooves our
nation to become strongly armed to-
day, is that we are on the threshold
of the greatest epoch of foreign com-
mercial possibilities that has ever con-
fronted a nation.
In the high wide ports of the world,
the successful nation at trade has al-
ways been, and will always. continue
to be, the one which can and does com-
mand respect by the exhibition and
use of arms on occasion. Nobody uses
a vacuum cleaner agent like a dog,
if the agent happens to have a brace
of guns on him. In our own ports,
boats of big nations generally get
more prompt port action than those of
the petty powers. It seems to be the
analogy between human nature and
national temperament that the big and
well-protected gets his due first.
Our world wide trade is going to en-
ter every heathen and Christian coun-
try. In many of these, the law wof
might still prevails. Whether our na-
tion is going to stand by substantially
and protect the agents of her industry
in these foreign fields, or whether we
are going to continue with the turtie-
like policy of self-sufficiency, will be
largely determined by our stand on
this armament question. The ramifi-
cation of the armament issue leads to
our own campus. Whether we shall
be able to go forth from this institu-
tion as complete men, prepared to
serve efficiently our nation in time of
war, and as disciplined men, to suc-
ceed fully in directing her industrial,
projects during the time of peace, will
depend in a measure upon the sanity
of our present vision.
As the beastly nature of humanity
makes the continuance of war inevita-
ble, why not cease this puerile piffle
about the fashions in infinity and live
today? MILITARIST.

iltAILORS-

Service and durability, built on the lines of fashionable Tailor-
ing, you will find in the Myles productions..
Our own Tailors and our own Workshops

u Temple Theatre
ADMISSION Sc.
(except Friday and Saturday)
THURS., MARCH 11
"The Navajo Ring"
"Sophie's Home Coming"
"Patsy in Business'
FRIDAY, MARCH 12
"The Plot" with Estello Mardo also
8th story of the "Th'le Master Key"
SAT., MARCH 13
4Every Inch a king" with Francis X.
Bushman and also Mary Pickford
in "Female of T-he Species"
Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
Thurs., March 11 and Fri.. Mar. 12
"Handworth in The Shadows"
Octavia.
Sat.,March 13
"In the Truth Wagon"
Max Figman
Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00: EYE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Thurs., Mar.11 -Underneath the Paint,
Three part Special Feature, with
Helen Gardner. Olive's Manufactur-
ed Mother, Edison; and a Biograph
SComedy.
Friday, March 1 2-"The School of
Scandal" with Alice Joyce and Guy
Coombs. The famous.comedy in re-
mnarkable picture form,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN ARWOR
Capital - $100,000
Surplus and Profits 65.000
Directors
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Ab-
bott, S. WV. Clarkson, la. D. Kinne, Harrison
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
Schmid.
ALLEGED FRATERNITY HOUSL
ROBBER WNAIVES EXA:3INATION
George McCauley, who is being held
for complicity in the Sigma Nu frater-
nity house robbery, waived examima-
tion at his hearing before Justice W.
G. Doty yesterday morning. He was
turned over to the circuit court and
placed in the county jail in lieu of
$1,000 bail.
"It appears," said Chief of Police
John Kenny yesterday, "that McCauley
is.more of a bad egg than we at first
suspected. He is wanted by the police
in Peoria, Illinois, and in some small
town in Ohio. It is also reported that
he is a married man with a family of
children residing in Hot Springs, Ar-
kansas."
According to the law, McCauley.
case will not come up for trial in the
circuit court until the beginning of the
next term in May.

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for your profit-drink
Every sparkling glass of it brimful of vigor,
enjoyment and downright goodness.
Delieious -Refreshing
Thirst-Quenching
THE COCA-COLA C6.
yohsee an Atlanta, Ga.
Arrow think
of Coca-Cola a-c

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The people of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County are cor-
dially invited to call at the Exhibition Rooms of the COME-
PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY and examine for themselves
the splendid values offered in choice furniture at prices represent-
ing, in many instances, A SAVING OF 100 PER CENT, as
compared with prices usually charged.
The Come-Packt Mission and Craftsmen Designs are par-
ticularly suitable for fraternity and club houses. We also design
and make special furniture to order.
Builders of new homes will find it to their advantage to em-
ploy the facilities afforded by our factory for the production of
"built-in" furniture for libraries, dens, halls,. dining-rooms and
kitchens.
Take Packard Street car to State Street and go one block south
and three blocks west to factory of
COME-PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY
Corner Edwin fnd Division Streets
Seneca and Scout Cameras
We have them from $2.00 up.

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Gymnasium Supremacy
is earned through greater strength; ability
to think quickly and act while thinking;
through the possession of muscular power,
prowess, and endurance that enable an athlete
to defeat his opponent.
ShreddedWha
is more nourishing than meat. It possesses
all the elements of whole wheat that con-
tribute to tissue-strengthening and the building
of brain, bone and brawn.
Brains and bodies nourished by SHREDDED
WHEAT meet emergencies, tests and crises
as they should be met-victoriously..

TO INTRODUCE BANJORINE AT
SATURDAY NIGHT UNION DANCE
Fischer's five-piece orchestra has
promised to introduce a banjorine at
the membership dance at the Union
Saturday night. Members of the ot-
chestra say if the instrument meets
the popularity it has at dances
throughout the eastern cities, it will
be an enjoyable innovation.
Charles B. Stuart, '15, is chairman
in charge of the affair, and his fellow-
committeemen are: Stuart Dubee, '15E,
George I. Murphy, '16, and D. E. Mon-
tague, '18. Pasteboards for the party
go on sale at the Union counter, after
5 :00 o'clock this afternoon.
IIU4HITT TAKES POSITION AS
MAINE FOOTBALL TEAM COACh

VULCAN FILMS

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213 S. Main Street
Phone 876A

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"All the Meat of the Golden Wheat"

Ernest F.Hughitt, of the Varsity foot-
ball team, and third baseman on the
baseball team, has accepted an offer to
coach the University of Maine football
team during the coming 1915 season.
The former quarterback's -contract
with Maine provides that he be on the
job to take the squad in charge by
September 10. The coaching contract
makes no provision for any other sport
than football, and as yet,Hughitt is un-
decided what occupation will engage
him after his season of coaching.

Tells Freshmen of Campus Traditions
Ernest F. Hughitt, '15E, spoke on,
"Campus Traditions," at the fresh en-
gineer assembly yesterday morning.
The speaker emphasized the import-
ance of observing the present tradi-
tions of the campus, and asked the
freshmen to form new ones which
would be a credit to the university.
FOR RENT-A desirable suite and a
single room. 433 Maynard. Phone
815-J. 114
FOR SALE-Fullblood Boston Bull,
year and half old. For information
phone 655, between 7 and 10 p. m.

Buy 'your Conklin Pen at Tan Dot-
e*'s Pharmacy, 703 Packard street. f
$400 REWARD.
The above amount will be paid to
men and women students in return for
three months pleasant summer work
in their home town.
For full particulars apply in person
to Henry Stofflett, newsdealer, 110 E.
Washington St. eod Tu

University Ave. Pharmacy Marth
Washington Candy, Cigars, Cigarette
ant Tobacco.

Both are yours by calling 15.
University Ave. Pharmacy D
and toilet articles. Phone 416.

Special for Saturday
A THREE FOLD ALL LEATHER BILL BOOK AND
CARD CASE COMBINED - WORTH MUCH MORE THAN
WE ASK - A BIG VALUE FOR SATURDAY ONLY,
PRICE 14 CENTS
Edsell's Rexall Drug Store
208 S. MAIN STREET

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The Shredded Wheat Company,.w

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LOST-Gold band ring. M. G.
graved inside. Higly prized.
phone 557-M: Reward.

B. en.-
Please

Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's
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Taxi 15
Prompt Day and Night service.
!.Six rides for a dollar !

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Holies Taxi Co.
"We'll be there"

AMATEUR FINISHING
CAMPUS VIEWS
PORTRAITS

Are Your Victrola Records Dusty?

Holmes Taxi Co..
"Back of the Union"

Record Albums keeps records free from
dust. Uach album leaf is aseparate,
strong manila paper envelope. The
pages are consecutively numbered. A
handy index on the front cover indexes
every record.
10 in. Albums $1.50
12 in, 56 $1.75

Dust off RecordBrushes, dig the fine
needle dust out of record' grooves.-
Records kept free from dust, wear long-
er, and look better.

348 C. H. Brock.
Taxi-Cab Livery

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(,N8S & NICKELS

Brushes, all sizes, 25a.

The only Studio on the Campus

Phone 130-J
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Think of it, only 25c a passenger.
Phone taxi 2280.
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Fair Treatment and Good Service
are what makes a satisfied customer.

University Ave. Pharmacy Fou
Pens and Students Supplies.
Day rate for single passenger
25c. Phone taxi 2280.
Buy'your Mazda lamps at Swit
310 S. State.

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We Deliver
Phone 1707

GRINNELL BROS.

120-122
E. Liberty St.

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