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March 13, 1915 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SPRING

It's in the air.

It's everywhere.

There is that something about -yndon's Flashlights
and Groups that many others have tried to imitate but
none have equalled.
It is that unequalled quality that you want-and it
doesn't cost any more either

SPRING HATS

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NOW READY

The real "Spruce Up"
weather, when men cast
aside their winter togs
and bedeck themselves
with brand new Spring
clothes.

8 x 10 Groups only 25c.
Buy as many as you want
LYNDON

Keep your eye on our window.
We show the latest styles all
the time.

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This store is the birthplace of good
clothes, where "Malcolm Tailoring"
has made its home, and when that
"Spruce Lp" feeling starts creeping
down your spine. Come in here as
quick as you can and we'll relieve
ypu,

Shirts to order.

Dress Suits to rent

mnfor the best
made-to-measure
Suit in town

K. J. MALCOLM
604 East Liberty Street Malcolm Block

Cearin$g Sale
of Broken Sizes
in
Mens and Womens Shoes'
VERY CHEAP
At the Sign of Satisfaction

TRACK PACERS MAY
Unconfirmed Rumors Have It That
Wolverines Will Co to
Des Moines
WOULD ENTER FOUR-MILE EVENT
Although no definite announcement
has been made by the Michigan track
authorities, it has been rumored that
the Wolverines will enter the Drake
relay carnival, which is scheduled to
be held in Des Moines, Iowa on April
17.
No official confirmation has been giv-
en out to this effect, but it is under-
stood that the Maize and Blue may be,
represented by a four-mile relay team
at the western races. A half-mile re-
lay, each man covering 220 yards, will
be staged, but as Michigan has done
nothing and the entries in this have
closed, no team can be sent.
Many of the Western conference col-
leges are entered, and Michigan would
be enabled to see how she ranked with
her western rivals, if a team were
sent. Chicago, Iowa and others will
be on hand. ' Illinois, the college which
cleaned up in collegiate circles when-
ever she entered last year, may not
compete, as she returns the week be-
fore from a California trip.
Camp Dress Features Engineer Dance
Civil engineers, who were at Camp
Davis last year, held a dance last
night at the Union. A program of
singing and dancing features inter-
spersed the regular dance numbers,
and the camp band gave a few selec-
tions during the evening. The guests
were dressed in regular camp style.
-When on Main St. thinnk of Dean's
peanuts. 10 cents a pound.
10c rents a kodak today. Lyndon.

F. L. HALL, 514 E. Williaan

We carry a complete stock
of the most up-to-date hats to
be found anywhere. All late
hats are trimmed with the
bow exactly on the side; hats
with bow in the back or at
the quarter are out of date,-odtmr.W ueht
od timrs. We make hat
to order and do all kinds of
hat work. Your last season's
hat re-blocked in the latest
shape, with new .trimmings
will look new and up to-date.

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F ACT ORY HAT STOR
1 8 E. HURON STREET L
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ON THE SIDE IS
THE LATEST
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MrWe can change the band on
your last seaso 's hat, re-block
it, and bring it up-to date.

Phone 2225

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Editor, The Michigan Daily:-

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NO LOSS BY FIRE

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High Class Shoe Repairing

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You don't have to hunt
For better clothes than we make-there aren't any.
You don't have to hunt for lower prices than ours-
there aren't any-that is, for equal style, quality and
finish.
Our clothes are built upon honor. They are made to
suit your personality, and fashioned from fabrics that
arekxxclusive in pattern and coloring.
The Spring lines are ready and we invite you to make
a test.
Campus Bootery
308 S. State Street
Made by The Royal Tailors, Chicago and New York

Having had the privilege of seeing
Mr. Archibald's excellent pictures and
hearing the talk, Tuesday evening, and
believing that considerable weight is
given his words as coming from a man
of experience il imatters of war, I
would like to call attention to a few
of his statements, and make further
comment on them.
One of his important points was the
theory of a police-force aspect of our
army justifying its increase, to better
enable it to enforce our national rights.
Before giving asseint, as did the Cleve-
land women, it would be well to con-
sider what a police power is. Such a
power is one which is granted to- a
person or group of persons for the pre-
serving of order among the individuals
granting the authority, and for enforc-
ing the laws which are enacted by that
community, and that community only.
If an individual in a society presumes
to personally enforee a law, or to use
his superior power--ownership of dy-
namite and automatic pistols, for in-
stance--to enforce his will, he is ac-
countable to the society for his actions.
There are about 30 sovereign nations
on the earth which are comparable to
that number of individuals of a com-
munity, or to 30 separate communities,
and all are accountable to a court ap-
pointed by all, or can be held so by
an increase in the power of that court.
It would certainly seem as wrong for
one of these nations to set up its army
as a police to regulate other nations
as it is for the individual to presume
a personal police power or for the offi-
cer of one section to operate in anoth-
er. Our army is sufficiently large for
its legitimate use as police.
The lecturer also stated that it is
useless to educate the public in the
:iorrors of war. However, it would
seem that, like other social evils, wide
publicity is a necessity in order to in-
still the proper abhorrence in the peo-
ple of the world, so that laws may be
made prohibiting war.
It is to be deplored that some for-
eigners ridicule our country and its
leaders for its attempted Christian
treatment of Mexico, but such is only
natural. It is common knowledge that
those who cannot understand, ridicule;
the pioneers, those who are farther up
in the scale of evolution.
It is natural that the lecturer's .West
Point and Annapolis. audiences should
applaud a portion of that which one of
our papers censured, as the armies.
treated are truly wonderful, and there;
were'probably born visions of a possi-'
ble picking up of business-for the au-
dience. PHILIP ANGIER, Eng. Spec.

Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
I have noticed that exclusive of those
taking part, and a few of those taking
up the study of this work, there has
been comparatively little interest
evinced in oratorical work among the
general student body. The Varsity
football, baseball, and track teams all
have their quota of enthusiasts and
supporters; but when a man contests
for Michigan against other colleges for
oratorical supremacy, the backing he
receives is meagre indeed. I am con-
vinced that this is not the evidence of
lack of loyalty, but rather the result
of not being well enough acquainted
with this phase of intercollegiate ac-
tivities.
On Friday evening, March 19, the
State Peace contest will be held here
in Ann Arbor at University Hall. A
true Michigan man, a Varsity man, will
represent Michigan. The several dif-
ferent colleges of this state will com-
pete with him for the honor of rep-
resenting Michigan in the National
Peace contest.
Just this point-to whom should the
right to represent this state in such a
contest belong? To a small college?
M.A. C. for instance? Or to Adrian?
-Or, on the other hand, to a state uni-
versity man, a real Michigan man?
But support he must have. The
hardest battle for a man to win is that,
the result of which he thinks no one
cares about. And so, let's win this
contest. Our representative "has the
goods"; let's give him the backing.
With this combination, Michigan has
ever won and ever will win. Let's all
go over to University Hall next Friday
evening and see the "M" triumph once
more.
IRVING S. TOPLON, '17.
hazel Quick, '15E, Talks to T-SquareI
T-Square, engineering society for
women, held its regular meeting last
night at the Alpha Phi house. Dean
Myra B. Jordan, was the guest of the
society and Hazel I. Quick, '15E, pres-
ident of the society, gave a talk on,,
"What Has Been Accomplished by
Women in Engineering and Architect-
ural Lines." Bertha L. Yerex, '16A,
Dorothy Hanchett, '17E, Ruby Miller,
'18A and Marion Galton also read pa-
pers to the society.
Fresh Architects Will Dine Friday
Members of the fresh architect class
will give a dinner Friday at 6:00
o'clock, at the Michigan Union. Mr.
O. C. Marckwardt, of the rhetoric de-
partment, will address the class.
Dean's Peanuts 10 cents a pound.

Pop. Mat. lfll151 Week Mar. 8
Wed. GARRICK Night&Sat.Mat.
25c. to $1.00 50c-$1.50
DETROIT
Smashing success. World's Biggest Melodrama
"THE WHIP*"
Two years at Drury Lane, London. Two years
in Australia. All last season at the Manhattan
Opera House.

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Get Your
CAP AND GOWN
-at.-
Mack'
We've the best facilities in
town for fitting and suiting
you perfectly. We guarantee
your complete satisfaction,
All caps and gowns are
from the well known Aca-
demic Costuming House of
COX SONS. & VINING
and every garment conforms
perfectly with the intercol-
legiate code recently adopted.
Orders should be placed at
once in order to be certain
of delivery for swing out.
Rental charge $2.00 per
outfit complete. Payment not
due until gowns are delivered.

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Holmes Taxi Co.
"We'll be there"

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Buy your Mazda lamps at
310 S. Sate.

Switzer's.
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$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

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WEINMANN'S

Taxi 15
Prompt Day and Night service.

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Day rate for single passenger now
25c. Phoue taxi 2280.

Our Fish are the
freshest, nd best dres-
sed in AnnI Arbor.
Jf you want to be sure
that your fish are fresh
and are dressed under
sanitary conditions buy
them from the
ANN ARBOR FISH MARKET
212 E. WASHINGTON ST -Phone 1853
W E D E LIV ER.0

FOR

Premium Hams
and Bacon

H MARKET
Home Cured

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Pot Roast Beef
Pork Loin Roast

12 :z c
l6c.

HAMS
and
BACON

WE LEAD THEM ALL
Student's Supply Store
Headquarters for Engineers' Wants
Morse's and Gibert's Candies. Cigars, etc.

With every $1.00 Pork Roast,
a 10 cent can of Pork and Beans.
Century Mat Market

1111 S. Univ. Ave.

Phone 1160-R

213 N, MAIN ST:
Phone 109

Our sliced bacon and ham
are cut just the right thickness
to bring out their rich flavor.
We have themcured especial-
ly for us and we are particular
that everyone possess this
indescribable twang which
characterizes good haim and
bacon.
Fresh Country Eggs
Are Selling at Extremely Low Prices
LAY IN A SUPPLY
219 E, WASHINGTON

* WEINBEKG'S ROLLER RINK
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Requests your patronage, and insures prompt and courteous treatment
Manager and Employees are Students
NEW POLICY
The new management has adopted a policy that will do away with the usual objectionable features of the
public roller rink.
There will be band music at least one night a week, this night to be announced later.
Students' trade is being especially solicited. Student tickets are on sale at Wahr's and Sheehan's.

WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR TABLE

WIT" l8VERYT"INOIN

res~~h Frit &Veetale
LARGE ORDERS OUR SPEiCIALTY
Let us convince you

Open Evenings 7 to 10.

Open all day Saturday

R X81 WHITKER

PHONES '*9

APPLY FOR STUDENT RATES
G. R. MIRICK,Mgr.

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