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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

January alothing Sae
We will offer our entire stock of Clothing at 25
per cent reduction for the month of January.
This includes every Suit and Overcoat in the Stein Ilockz
make, blues and blacks included, nothing reserved or
nothing remarked.
Some Small Lot and Broken Sizes at 1-3 to 1-2 off
All Trousers at Twenty per Cent Reduction
Mackinaws at Twenty-Five per Cent Reduction
Fur Lined Overcoats at One-Quarter Off$
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & CO.
LEADING CLOTHIERS

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You can't help it here.
We're alw ay s ready
with togs that will real-
ly satisfy fo r a couple
of seasons or more.
Come in.

January Clean Up Sale
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BOSTONIAN and FLORSHEIM

SHOES

CAMPUS OOTERY s as

ous Oxford colleges in which the space
of residence is strictly limited. The
qualifying examination will hereafter
be held in each state in October of ev-
ery year, and candidates who pass in
any year may offer himself for elec-
tion in any subsequent year.
Wisconsin-Members of the "W"
club have defended the action of the
athletic council in recommending Dr.
Paul Withington as head football
coach ,and strongly oppose current ad-
verse opinion to the criticism of the
proposed coach. It has urged the stu-
dents to aid in establishing an "Ath-
letic Renaissance ~t Wisconsin."
Ninety track candidates, the largest
number that has ever reported in the
history of the sport, are taking light
workouts daily in preparation for the
formal opening of the indoor season
on February 14.
Washington-A plan is being launch-
ed to institute a co-operative buying
and house-management scheme for the
sororities. A trained dietitian is to
buy all the food and supplies, and to
prepare the menus if the plan is ac--
cepted.
WHITES ONMILITARISM
RUSSELL COLE, '18E, QUOTES "THE
PILLAR OF FIRE" IN REGARD TO
QUESTION.

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S0ientific Laboratory Supplies
Chemicals, Drugs and Sundries
THE EBERBACH (Z LSON CO. 200-208 E. Liberty St.

You Men of
Young Ideals

No Drops
Needed in Our
Eye Examination.
My spec-ialty is making
Drugless Eye Exam inalions-
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
require.
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
quick service.
We grind lenses.

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will find them best
exemplified in
clothes m a de ex-
pressly for you and
you alone by

,Spalding
Sweaters
For'

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That's the difficulty you often have whe you wal
to buy your clothes. Perhaps you haven't come
the right store. You certainly haven't looked
the right suits.
Buy FITFORM-amade for young men and all me
The coat has natural shoulders-long spear lil
lapels-slanting pockets and a deep hook in tI
back.
The trouser, are straight cut. Their style.Inatchi
perfectly with the coat. The cuff is getting 1
have. less width.
The fabrics this season are mostly dark color
There are some medium shades among ther
Plaids are in style. Stripes are starting to con:
in again. You don't have to have either. Take
neat,'nearly plain cloth. It is always desirable.
We advise buying a suit for $2:. We can gh e yo
one at $15 if you want it. At each price you
money counts. It buys the very highest qualit
you ever had.

E.V.Price& Co.

EMIL H. ARNOLD
Optometrist-Opticiaa
with Arnold & Co., Jewelers, 220 S. Main St

Every Form of
ATHLETIC SPORTS
GAMES and EXERCISES
Any manufacturer can make what is.
called a sweater, but it is another mat-
ter to do it
in the Spalding Way
Made of the best selected materials, in
our own sanitary factories-there is no
temptation to skimp at the expense of
the garment
All Prices, Styles and
Colors
Catalogue on request
A. G. SPALDING
& BROS.
121 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, - - Michigan

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Now that the immediate interest,
due to the question of voting on the sub-
ject, in whether or not we are to have
military training here has died out,
it seems that everyone has suddenly
forgotten what few convictions (?)
were his two months ago. The gen-
ral attitude of "I wonder what the
regents will do about it" leads only
to this on conclusion, and contempla-
tion of such a state of affairs is hardly
conducive to optimism for the spirit of
democracy. We laugh at every men-
tion of the common rabble being led
like sheep but what are we doing
here? Thus far our voting has showed
us as being in possession of only less
intelligence than that which makes
even a pretense at self-government
possible.

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GROSS

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COURSE THURSDAY, SATURDAY
Dr. H H. Cummings, of the univer-
sity health service, will conduct the
examinations for Red Cross certifi-
cates Thursday and Saturday after-
noons of this week at the office of the
health service. The examination will
be divided into three parts. First,,
there will be a practical demonstra-
tion of bandaging; and the second and
third parts will consist of an oral ex-
amination and a written examination.
The course in first aid has been giv-
en by Dr. Clyde B. Stouffer, also of
the health service. About 25 students
'have already signified their intentions
of taking this examination.
Always see The Ann Arbor Press
for your printing if you want quality
Preoss Bldg., Maynard street. Phone

Intercollegiate
Harvard-A first-aid bureau for stu-
dents who are behind in their studies
has been established by the Harvard
chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Members
of the faculty predict that this will
result in raising the general scholas-
tic standards of the university.
Purdue-George Ade, Purdue, '87,
the famous playwright and humorist,
is writing the Purdue Review, or a
stage panorama of Purdue university,
which is to be presented by the Harle-
quin club, a university dramatic or-
ganization, next spring.
Dartmouth-The indoor track sched-
ule provides for participation in three
meets this winter: the B. A. A., on
February 5 at Boston; 74th Regiment,
at Buffalo on February 12; and the
2nd Naval Reserve games at Hartford
on the 21st.
Because of a change in the system of
awarding the Rhodes scholarships,
scholars will be chosen from only 32
states each year instead of from all
the states of the union in two years
out of three. The change, has been
effected to simplify the problem of

To give some indication of the way
in which real thinkers regard our
problem, let me here quote a few lines
from a 225-page book of rare good
sense, "The Pillar of Fire," by Sey-
more Deming.
"Armed with this lens let us examine
the prevailing attitude of the college.
toward the 'current political and eco-
nomic question' of armaments.
Democracies have inveighed lustily
against the spirit easily seen to be
incompatible with their ideals - the
spirit of militarism. As dutiful war-
dens of at least a theoretical democ-
racy, the colleges have chimed into
that denunciation with a will. How
militarism is a bastard child of capi-
talism, begot of the once noble spirit
of nationalism, we have already seen.
Diplomacy has legitimatized the bas-
tard born under the name of Impe-
rialism; but the colleges, if this bit
of genealogy is known to them, 'do
not betray that knowledge in their
public utterances, it may be from a,
fore-scent of the radicalism which they;
would thus be left in for. So their dil-
emma is most awkward. Obviously,
militarism and democracy do not keep1
house together. Then ho! for some
tasteless capsule to enclose the dose
which democratic stomachs reject -
We have it, 'Preparedness' This term
is not, we admit, ideal, for European
experience has given it an all-too-I
sinister exactitude, but on the whole

it slips down more readily than mili-
tarism. So our position as colleges
(with a notable exception or two)
('and now we are trying to throw away
even this distinction') is this: we do
not countenance miltiarism, but we
strongly urge preparedness. That is,
we must not be understood as condon-
ing drunkenness, but we can really
see no harm in a gentleman's going on
a quiet little 'jag' in his own home if
he so desires. Between the reeling
home from the saloon, and reeling
from one's own library to one's own
bed chamber there is, you understand,
all the difference between-well, be-
ing known for what you are and pass-
ing off as a reputable citizen." Pages
110-112.
RUSSELL COLE, '18E.
MICHIGAN WOMEN TO BANQUET
IN DETROIT ON FEBRUARY 19

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The annual luncheon of the Associa-
tion of Michigan Women will be held
this year at the Ponchartrain hotel,
Detroit, on February 19. It is hoped
that many undergraduates will go, for
elaborate arrangements have been
made by the committee in charge for
the success of the event. As in former
years, each organized house is asked
to send a representative.

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FOl. SALE -Full daess suit, $55.00.
In good condition. Will sell for
$10.00. Fit either 35 or 36. 506 S.
Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Good warm single room
on first floor or suite on second floor;
very desirable; call at 101 South
Thayer street, or phone 1398J.

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