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May 26, 1916 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1916-05-26

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Cogy3kht Hart Schaffner & Marx



Weaves" for Summer onths

made by

Hart Schaffner & Marx
T HE newest and best summer fabrics ever offered to well
dressed men are the "Dixie Weaves " -light, all wool
cloths that keep shape and require no laundering.
Dance in the "Dixie Weave" suits; go to the office in
"Dixie Weaves" -they'll make good comfortable days out
of the hottest summer weather; they're stylish, good look-
ing; sizes to fit every man.
They're here in beautiful patterns; stripes, checks, rich
mixtures; have them in two or three button models; link

button coats; some with patch pockets.

The prices

are as

comfortable as the clothes themselves, $10 and up.
Lutz Clothing Store
The Home of Hart Schaffner and Marx


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* Majestic -Frederick Russell *
* Clark in "How Uncle Sam *
* Works." *
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* Arcade - Edmond Breese in *
* "The Spell of The Yukon." *
* Orpheum - Hazel Dawn in *
* "The Saleslady." *
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You are a partner in the biggest cor- and appropriate music will accompany
poration in the world-the United the action of the story.
States government. Frederick Russell -
Clark has obtained information in his PROF. COX GOES TO LANSING
picture story, "How Uncle Sam TO PROPOSE GRADING PLANS
Works," and will present it at the
Majestic today and tomorrow. Prof. J. J. Cox, of the highway en-
Some of the principal phases of gineering department, leaves for Lans-
federal activity are illustrated, giving ing today, where he will submit plans
you an excellent idea of just what the and estimates for the separation of the
money you pay to the government in grades of the Michigan Central rail-
taxes is used for. road and the public road at the cross-
You will have an insight into the ing near Barton dam.
manner in which our large coast de- Professor Cox is the engineer for
fense guns are operated. the Washtenaw County'Highway com-
You will be given an unusual op- mission, which is having a hearing
portunity to see some of the activities before the State Highway commission
of our submarines-those dangerous and the State Railway commission
little crafts which have revolutionized at Lansing. According to the plans to
naval warfare. be submitted by Professor Cox, the
Frederick Clark will explain these roadbed of the 'highway will have to
scenes as they appear on the screen be raised nd a bridge built over the

track. This will cost approximately
$45,000. The expense will be divided
between Washtenaw county, the Michi-
gan Central railroad, and the state of
Tau Beta Pi Holds Annual Reception
Tau Beta Pi, national honor engi-
neering fraternity, held its annual re-
ception for the engineering faculty and
new members last night at Granger's
academy. The reception was at 8:00
o'clock and the grand march at 9:00
o'clock. Dancing followed.
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of-the
city. It is to your interest to trade
with them.
Patronize business men who adver-
tize in The Michigan Daily. *

flimond and Caron Taken in by Sigma
Delta Chi Fraternity
At a special spring initiation of
Sigma Delta Chi, honorary profes-
sional journalistic fraternity, held last
night, Linton B. Dimond, '16, and
George C. Caron, '17L, were taken into
the organization.
Waldemar A. P. John, '16, acted as.
toastmaaster at the initiation dinner
which was held at the Catalpa Inn,
and T. Hawley Tapping, '16L, re-
sponded to the toast, "The National
Convention," giving a report of the#
activities of the fraternity as gathered[
from the nationial convention which
was held the sEcond week in May at]
the University of Missouri.

Conrad N. Church, '17, who was re-
cently elected president of the local
chapter, spoke'on the activities of the
organization for next year, and Irwin
C. Johnson, '16, retiring secretary, wel-
comed the new men into the chapter
and spoke briefly on the prospects of
the fraternity in response to a toast
on "Looking Backward and Forward."
George C. Caron, speaking on "For
the Chosen," represented the initiates.
Library Receives Editorial Clippings
The library is in receipt of over 200
editorial clippings on the late Dr. An-
gell, obtained by a clipping bureau
from the most important newspapers
of America. They are to be bound in
book form as soon as possible.
Patronize business men who adver-
tize in The Michigan Daily. **

At the Majestic
If you were a partner in a
ness firm, you would want to


how much money was made and spent.1

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