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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Sailors, Bankol
in the Latest
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FURNISHERS
Corner of S. Stat4

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Friends

Stei-
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Smart _Clothes
wear well. The longer you
wear thema, the better you like
them, because they are the
product of artists and miaster-
craftsmen. Their superior-
qua lities-discovered through
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prove it.

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CITY NEWS]'

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The Stein-Bloch Co. 1916

VHETHER IT BE a Black,,Tan, or
Brown Oxford with Rubber Sole and Heel,
Leather Sole and. Rubber.Heel, or Leather
Sole and Heel, we have it at
$4.50, $5.0, $5.50, $6.00 or .$7.00
in Calf, Vici Kid and Sher; Cordovan? Leathers

Two city officials, City Clerk Ross
Granger and Treasurer George Sweet,
resigned at the council meeting held
Monday night. Deputy Clerk Isaac
Reynolds and Charles Miller were ap-
pointed by Mayor Wurster to suc-
ceed them.
The Eastern 3icli~gan Edison corn-
pany last night donated $5,000 toward
the building of a new concrete high-
way bridge across the Huron on Broad-
way street. The plans for the bridge
are now almost finished and the work
will soon begin.
Addressing the common council last
night on the question of tuberculosis'
and health, Dr. William DeKleine, head
of the state anti-tuberculosis cam-
paign, declared that Ann Arbor should
appropriate more money each year'
for health purposes. The doctor as-
serted that $1,000 should be voted at
once to defray the expenses of an ad-
ditional visiting nurse for this city.
Mr. DeKleine also urged a full time
health officer.
A committee of the council was ap.
pointed to arrange for band concerts
to be given during the summer months.
Charles F. Meyer, of this city, has
requested that the city of Ann Arbor
pay him $28.35 as reimbursement for
damages 'which were done to his car'
when it became mired on State street;
March 30. Meyer bases his claim on
the fact that the street in question
was supposed to be in good condition
and fit for travel.
Philip Phillips committed suicide by
hanging himself with a belt in the
county jail at St. Clair, Mich. He had
been arrested for robbing the home of
George Moore in St. Clair. He was
the adopted son of Dr. Jeanne Solis of
this city.
The county board of auditors yes-
terday completed their monthly audit.
The board was in session for two days.

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Company
and HATTERS
.e and William Sts.
'Ray for Ty !
He's the boy that brings
t h e South land into the
"limelight" -- and keeps it
there!
You'll "hit 'em up" at iooo
per cent if you're wearing
clothes that we tailor to indi-
vidual order for the "Game
of Life." ..
Our new showing of hand-
some Spring woolens will do
your heart good, and better
still, o ur reasonable prices
will make you as glad' as
when "the home team wins!"
Make us prove it.
.309 So. Main
814 So. State

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for sample article and special easy payment plan.

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CAMPUS BOOTERY

308 S. State Street

These lights work from batteries and will throw a bright light
for several hundrcd feet
justaleto any position $5 00 $6 o00
The Eherb ach &' Son Co.
200-204 E. Liberty St.

Be
116 E. Lib+

otter Get It Now

D ON'T wait until the season's half over.
Get that new spring suit now and come
out on the crest of the fashion wave. Drop
in and examine our splendid assortment of
Fitform suits, sport coats, straw hats and
flannel pants at reasonable prices. It's up
to you to see these togs-don't wait.
Dress up time is at hand. Come. at once
and get first pick of the .new spring values.
We will treat ,you right, and give you values
for your money that will make you~ glad you
accepted our invitation,

DISCUSS INTERNTIONAL
POLICIES AT CONFERENCE
University Students to Neet at West-
ern Reserve to T alk on
Foreign Relations
A conference on international re-
lations for university students is to'
be held at Western Reserve university,.
Cleveland, Ohio, June 21-July 1, 1916.
The purpose is to create an enlighten-
ed public opinion on sound foreign
policy.
Some of the important subjects of
America's foreign policy to be dis-
cussed by experts are:
PFil-AmerlicantsIIim
Pan-Americanism as a lesson to the
world.
The American policy in Mexico.
The Monroe Doctrine and Pan-Amer-
icanism.
The United States in the Caribbean.
Wiorld Organizationt After 'War
Can America remain isolated?
Is neutrality impossible?
An Anglo-American union.
The sanctions of International law.

America and the great settlement.
America's Oriental Policy
The United States and Oriental pol-
icies.
The open door and Japan's Monroe
Doctrine for Asia.
International control of backward
races.
T1.he International Point of View
Internationalism as an essential
element of national defense.
Science, the universities, and inter-
national relations.
Nationalism and Internationalism.
The influence of the present inter-
national relations.
A registration fee of $15 allows each
student board and room for 10 days~
at the conference. Further informa-
tion may be obtained from the Federa-
tion of International Policy Clubs, 40
Mt. Vernon Stj eet, Boston.
HIGH GRADE POSITIONS
We have a few' high grade openings
for young men who wish to enter the
'field of LIFE INSURANCE SALES-
MANSHIP.
I will be pleased to go into the de-
tails of our proposition with you.
Phone 735-M for appointment. Har-
ry Bacher, 510 E. Madison St. j6-7

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More^ applications for positions in
the forest service for the summer have P * 9 I t
been received by the employment bu-
reau of the Forestry club than can ANE
be filled: The bureau has :procured
more positions for foresters this year
than ever before.
Ralph R. Stouffer, who for tihe last
year has been studying medicine at _
Jefferson Medical college at Philadel-
phia, graduated from that institution
on June 3. He took his A. B. degree EA L WLSN
from Michigan in 1914 and will return MAKES." - " BS POU
here next year to take his degree in
homeopathic medicine. __________________
IDamon 0. Walthall, '1NM, an interne GVSCOSCUTYTOH
in the University hospital will go to IE (ROSC NTY RPY
Boston for the summer, where he will (Cniudfo PaeTr)
do special work as an interne in one fo aeTre
of the hospitals of that city. He will somely executed, and portrays a
locate in Kansas next fall as a prac- cross-country scene.; Above is placed
ticing physician. the Michigan seal, and two column
Accounting students seeking sum- supports lead to the base on either
mer or permanent positions can obtain side. On the plaque are 14 small
work by communicating with. E. H-. name plates on which shall be placed
Saulson, International Accounting See- each year the name of the winner of
rotary, Detroit, Michigan. the fall Varsity scratch cross-country
TPickets for the Regatta Ball which run. The plaque is valued at $135.00.
will be given at the Armory Friday As soon as the gymnasium is com-
night are on sale at the Busy Bee. pleted, it will be given a place in the
Dancing will continue from 9:00 until trophy room, until that time, remain-
2:00o'clck.ing in the athletic offices.
Just received a new lot of classy Ask our mixologist to make one of
neckwear. Will you step in and see Your favorite drinks or Sundaes. He
it the next time you are down town? is a specialist in this work and will
Davis, 119 S. Main St.. j7 be sure to please you. Bloomfield's. j7
Sport shirts for tennis playing-the Look over, the advertizements in
roll collar kind-50c and $1. Davis, The Michigan Daily. They will in-
119 S. Main St. j7 terest you. *
Hear the Latest Victor Dance Records
Let us send you some on our twenty-four hour
approval plan.
A STYLE IV. VICTROLA FOR YOUR CANOE
See us before buying.
GRINNELL BROS., 116 !So. Main St.
Piano Tuning and Repairing by Experts Phone 17079

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TOM CORBETT

oerty St.

The Young Men's Clothier

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"..Mr. Barnum's circus was hardly more enjoy-
,able to me than the Virginia cigarettes which my
friend John Colfax had brought up from~ihoc
PREFERRED BY GENTLEMEN NOW AS. THEN

The freedom of the seas. Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
Armaments and commercial rivalry, are the reliable business men of your
The world court. city. It -will pay you to patronize
A league of nations to enforce peace. them. *
WenesdayThursday
Friday
lftie James ,', i and Ly~le In ris, 1:5,are in Ann Arbor to
inlterview I ln iversitv Ml n.wo want sunimer employment.
Scc them ! They will be at Allenel Motel, 9 1to T T :30 andl
to d ci iil
R. H. Taylor Real Estate Co.
DETROIT

Please don't expect to find any other cigarette' quite like
Richmond Straight Cuts. There is. none. The quaint, old'
time delicacy of their "'bright" Virginia tobacco has 'always
given them an unusually appealing taste not to be found 'ii
any other cigarette.
Ciarete s ,. 0t
PLAIN OR CORK TIP 1.RCM 'J I it
Fifteen cents CA1T.YR ll Yf '717

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Also in attractive tins,
50 for 40 cents; 100
£ or 75 cents. Sent pre-
paid if your dealer cans
not supply you.
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