THE MICHIGAN DAILY_
)F ONE TWO, PIECE
ively the Ulghtu.st weight,1
Another BigClean Up of Filly
Slightly Worn Koas
Prices start at from 3o%/ to 0%~ off regular prices, and re-
duce at the rate of ten cents per day until sold. Every one
plainly marked.' This is' the biggest snap you ever saw.
aw Hat SOO.on
.t LI .
toolest suit pussi~bu ltowear
ready t wea r Coats Serge and Flannel
XrouSers awaVit your in spection
SHIRTS TO ORDER"
wIll always I
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,and WE FlIF YOU RIGHT
Try us we save you mioney.
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& LOOK FORMIDABLE
f wke".' iimt d ro l lei@I? .TI 9 () Iik " to
A~imflArbor Pie1 ire d for
lock It A. 4C. HAS EXL'ERIEN('EI]) 'l'FkiM
According to comparative scores,
M. A. C. should come nearer to triln-
mlin,. the All-Fresh track team whell
~ e the two a ggreg ations come together,
next. Saturday, th~anl the Farmers hayo
done in several years.
Experience is one factor' that wn 1
l ~count strongly in favor of thle Ea',t
es Lansing team. They have appeared
in several meet; this year, while the
freshmen have not shown what they
could do outdlors since the Varsity
The freshman teary will score hMa-
S. ily in the two dashes, according to
past performances. "Al" RoWbinson,
the freshm an leader, is a s i fter w ho1 - l. ve gi m n w ll ar r
so.ex! ~o~salthough they will run
_pagi st s 1! ht .C;Jlpct"'~n.
Wallr~il .and Louda restrong it
thieso events, and between. them shoiu
~uhea rajeityof the ccu- tors. Ecou- j
ehold eadthe fresh t""o-:.nilers.
Summoncis and Luther should place
inI the .Jul---i. The Aggies appea;ir
sto~g ere, ""alp" Julihn beingthi
«~r. 1. A. C. will cashhenv t y in ;tIi
hu ;11. ;,as their sp cialty lie's 1ithles,"
two numbers. Thfrles':iillen should
fake a «.ir t and a secoorthird iithe
a t'he hl1f shou£ld go to theAg
fig-h; mile and p~ole vault are un-
!'..v, a qantities, but the 1AY1S mei=
h'.-e shown nothing startling in these
eeo, ii According., to precedent, it is
upi)to thle ye arings to winl the meet.
but as the Fames lo smnartig un-
(;l"r the sucsive beatcing ~l halnded
hood, regulated' by law, 'War abwolit,
"In the ev ent of the Allies' defeat,
the substitution of peace for a War of
Ruin s eem s obviously unavoidable.
ilitalrism ,tuould then be left with
only oie recourse and that to "Prep-
aration for War" which inevitably-
le ds, to war.
":Mlen of Peace," ho concludes, "be
of goaod cheer, holding fast to the pol-
icy which alone can reliev the civil-
ize d world of its curse and give it
eatirnstead of War."
r he cntributors are David Starr
Jordano -!'ITe toral Equ ivalent of
°Far"; Joh 3 _rre~ t on., "Pan America
and Pan Americanism;" Norman An-
gell on, "Why Polity and Not Peace?"
and Dr. G. W. .v;:s!myth on, "Construc-
tive Terms for M iore Lasting Peace."
The a gazine wcill go on sale June 2.
X~F.lrsi t pekTom7orrow X'ihf
hI' rown. o : heMichigan lRail-
w~y omanwillspa before the
AmercanInistite of' 4ectrical En-
gieesat 7:30 o'clock tomn-orrow night
ini room 247 engineering: building. The
takwill be on, "The 2,.400 Volt Elec-
triicatonof the MichianRailway
'oot:";: ty." The.genel^: public is in-
vited. le(io 0o officers of the ini-
stitute fcj. thy, ens ning year w~ill be
hield following the talk.
ta ntngof th~eVarsity, band
last nighit,i was decided to hold try-
cuts for clarinet, dIruim and cornet
pelayecrs at the reohea rsal next Wednes-
day evenring.7,the ew sweaters for
the Varsity ucin are at Wahr's
bcokstore, vand, will be distributed to-
day to the baitd( men who call for them
fromn 10:00 until 12:00' o'clock, and
from 2 :00 to 6:00 o'clock.
ade-to--yotxr- easzeClthe s
Call, and let us tell the rest.
CAMPUS BOOTERY 308 S. State Street
Get your Straw or Panama Hat at the Factory Hat Store.
Everything the very latest 'in Straws, Panam as, and, Leghorns.
We can also male themt up to order and trim them just as
you want them. -
W. W. MANN, Proprietor
Near Allenel Hotel
11!8 E. Huron St.
Rubber sheld shoes re-soled as they should be
FACTORY HAT STORE
lic Maycr-Schaircr Co.
112 S. MAIN STREET'
- - - - -C- --' da1JV Y.; +l M ~~~ 7 :.;]' '+~X. S.(Yi~i d1 't1' S° . iA' . L i
Famous Baseball Pitcher, says:
"xedo gets to me in a natural,
asaent way. It's what I call good,
nest comnpanionablee tobacco- the
id to stick to. "
®ou In Good Trm
Christy Mathewson, loy-
ingly known as "The Olid
Master," is probably the
greatest pitcher baseball. has ever known. This won-
derful athlete is noted for his clear headed common
sense, his quick wits, perfect physical conition, and
absolute control over his nrerve. His use and en-
dorsement of Tuxedo prove that this inspiring and
healthful tobacco is helpful to mind and body.
ne~ Perfect Tobacco foGr Piipe and Cigarette
just sort of oozes its gentle way in to your life and
suddenly you realize its po-,wers for good--because it
puts peace in your mnind and a happy taste in your
mouth . Tuxedo's flavor is -o enticingly, mild and
delicately fragrant it will not irritate the most sensitive
All the bite and sting heave been removed by the
famous "Tuxedo Process." This - exclusive process
of refining the very best Kent-ucky Burley tobacco
has been widely imitated, but without success.
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient, glassine-wrapped, Pamtos green tin, with gold '
moisture-proof pouch. . . . Cleettrng, curved to fit pocket e
In Tin Humidors, 40c and8Cc In Glass Humidors, 5Cc and 90c
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
the-;; by othoe freshmnan teaw~s, they3
? _:; take it cut on thne present aggre-
Thne 220-yard dash imen, as chosen
by Coach Vayrehl yest erday, are : 'Zieg-_
lcr, B~aer,', ette and Captain Robin-
on. All freshmen who will take part
Ln the incet will receive their final
:oishing at ;Ferry field from 3: 00
o 'clock to 5:00 o'clock today. Doctor
Mlay will be in charge.
,'3S( C i'SSEI s'QRI ) 'hWOEI) FEACE<'
A~ill' n Cai'mme ioIhuxid Starr Jordanl
and .,lini Barrett Contribute
International pc ce in all its phases
will be treated by Andrew Carnegie.
David Starr Jordansi and others in the
international Polity Niumber of the
Cosmopolitan Student for JTune.
From "The Decadence of Militar-
ismn," by Andrew Carnegie, written in'
simpo lfie spelling, we have the fol-
lowing, "International wars hav be-
come les frequent i recent years, and
wve hay flattered ourselves that this
was to continue, -until the present ter-
rible calamity fel upon us. And now,
since the result of the stru ggle stil
hangs in the balance, nothing but fur-
ther slauter, can result, hut some day
an pud nmust conme to this thin the ex-
haustion of one or the other.
"Assuming that it is Germanyad
Austria which first ask for an aris-
tice, they must agree to conclude with
the Allies a treaty abandoning war
and establishing peaceful arbitration
for settlement of disputes between
them !, and the creation of a World
Army and Navy to enforce the Peace
Court's decrees. The whole civilized
world would thus become a brother-
MgllXi ato hold ntalin'rug
81 vis .Xi, sietfiDonor society,
N Ji1 ;ml:; is anal banquet and ini-
t aat 7 :U. bclocl tonight at the
2iici~ a Unon, ean Victor C.
>i.hum, 0o, th._MdialSchool, will
tA~iC ccr7" i li yiiiisin Serbia." An
'let'_ ion oft of~icrs for the ensuing
rear will be held.
Dr. T 'It . Idea to Leture 611 Miracie.
Dr. T. M. Iden will lecture on "The
Scientific Aspects of Mliracles" before
the I pper loom :Bible class, a 6:30
3 clo-k tonuighlt. This lecture will con-
clud" th:; series of lectures which have
been given (- cry Thursday evening
for the pa,- Uyear,.
I. a Nmi i jseapes Serious Injury
14. G.' ai, '17L, who was reported
to have seriously injured himself in a
motorcycle accident last week in front
of the homeopathic hospital, only sus-
tained a few slight hand bruises.
ff. S, Sheppard .Siw -eedl %IH.Psarker
H. S. Sheppard, '12E, has been ap-
pluited to the position of assistant
p rofe ssor of electrical engineering,
which was left open by the resigna-
tion of F;. D. P1arker, '05.
SenIiors fl oldi Wigm at :Alumi Hal
Seniors will meet tonight at 7:00
o'clock at Memorial hall to hold their
third sing. The program will. be along
lines siniliar to those followed in the
two preceding events of the same kind..
S(mIior it promenade committee
neets at 4:00 o'clock today in Tappan
:1e ;'s section of the Deutscher Ver-
eia, mee"ts at 8:00 o'clock tonight in the
Verein rooms to elect officers for the
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tir 5 Y 'T. RRORS IN THE WES'T I
Drop in after the game or after play-
ing tennhis and try a 5c soda. Tan
Doren's Pbarmacy, 703LPackaird St. tf.
Taxis 25c. Cars by the hour, Baggage.
Phone. 2255. 209 W. Huron.
Wright &lDitson and hand-made ten-
nis balls. 3 for $1.00, at Switzer's, 310
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy. Cigaras, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. tf
Wed. Fri. G j~ rI K May
& Sat. ~24
Messrs. Shubert present
Maid its America
THE WINTER GARDEN'S SENSATION
A pot of Orange Pekoe
tap at the Tea Room of the
ter House of Art.
w v Morris canoes for sate.
at Livery. Phone 656,.
by the hour and storage
ano)es-PT. C. Tessm: er.'
U. Cl o105'tor large flat racks for in-
for Fnivrsity Av. Pharmacy Drugs
andtoiet rtiles Plonfi 416.
Commenicement selections, ) thous-
and carefully chosen art objects rat the
JTames Foster House of Art,
A paitnt suitable for painting
r " old floors, either hard or soft
' ~wood, drTies hard, leaves that
' soft, velvct finish. Made in
ten Col ors .
cs are$12 per gallon; 65c halt gallon; 35ic per qua rt®
CttsrOF6 r s d d e ers lix Wafll PaperS, Paints. Oils and' Glaca
e1 b e E. Washington St.
C. MMEN E ET IFTS
etom V. of M. Soizveftir.
We wish to thank you for past favors and those of the future-
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