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VTHE ~MICHIGA&N LDAILY

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Clothing Sale

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Announcing-

:ffer our entire stock of Clothing at 25
reduction for the month of February.
des every Suit and Overcoat in the Stein Bloch
s and blacks included, nothing reserved or

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ome Small Lot and Broken Sizes at 1-3 to 1-2 off
11 Trousers at Twenty per Cent Reduction
ackinaws at Twenty-Five per Cent Reduction
Fur Lined Overcoats at One-Quarter Off
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & CO.
LEADING CLOTHIERS

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Campus Bootery
Is having a
FEBRUARY CLEAN-UP SALE on
BOSTONIAN H ES
FLORSHEIM HOES
DON'T MISS IT

t for the Royal Tailored Clothes
S'eethe New Spring Line Awaiting You

for Men

Stage Make Ups for
udent Theatrical Productions
Face Paints, Powders, Cold Creams,
Rouges, Lip Sticks, Etc. :: :: :: :
A Fall sine at
r EBERBACH &sON CO. 200-204 M. Lib rty at.

in Our
aination.

My specialty is making'
Drugless Eye Examinations-
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
require.
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
quick service.
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
Optometrist-Opticiaa
ith Arnold & Co., Jewelets,'220 s. maiu Si;

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KIANN EXPLAINS STAND
SASS HIS ARTICLE WAS MISCON.
STRUED; WILL DO HIS PART FOR
AMERICA.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
I was more than depressed by your
editorial of the twenty-fourth and by
Mr. Darnall's communication of the
same date-a communication which
The Daily by its headline termed a
sarcastic reply and a knock.
I am not in a sarcastic mood this
morning. I only regret that you and
Mr: Darnall should interpret my let-
ter of Tuesday to mean that I am an
anarchist, that I love the Kaiser, that
1 am attempting to establish a new
creed, "Klannism," a creed opposed
to Americanism. Nor shall I attempt
to answer Mr. Darnall's attack. It,
like your editorial, must be the re-
sult of misunderstanding and I repeat
I am sorry my words were so misin-
terpreted. ,
I am not an anarchist; I am not,
nor do1 I want to be, a citizen of Ger-
many; I am not a monarchist; I am
not advocating "Klannism." And, what
is more, I believe in the welfare of the
group, of the great masses of the
American people. If patriotism be
love for the masses of our people I
am patriotic. If the lives of the
American people are in danger I shall
be willing to do my part, to sacrifice
my own life if necessary.
When I spoke of our government I
meant' those who are in power and
direct national affairs. When I asked
what good I had received, I meant
good from this same set of rulers. If
I owe my education, or that part of it
I am receiving>at the University of
Michigan, to philanthropy, then I
must be thankful for this charity. If
you and I can be educated only in
America, and if this education de-
pends on the humor of those in au"
thority, then we are receiving some
good from America' and from Ameri
ca's rulers.
If war is a necessity, if it can be
proven that some foreign power is
going to attack the lives of the Ameri-
can people-not America's wealth or
those Americans who willfully throw
themselves into danger, then I am in
favor of preparedness.
So far, however, patriotism has sav-
ored too much of willingness to sacri-
fice our lives for the protection of
American "interests," the wealth in
the hands of the capitalists. And in
our preparedness argument we have
taken for granted, that some foreign
power will seek our lives at the end
of the present struggle.
F. A. KLANX.
Urge Parole for Dynamite Prisoners
Washington, Feb. 24. - Senator
Kern, of Indiana, heard a delegation
of senators who called on President
Wilson yesterday to urge him to con-
sider the claim to parole the Indiana
dynamiters who are serving sentences
at Fort Leavenworth. The President
has promised to ask Attorney General
Gregory for a statement on the sub-
ject.
Floods Threaten City of Amsterdam
London, Feb. 24.-The suburbs of
Amsterdam have been devastated by
flood. The city itself is threatened
with inundation. All ofothe neighbor-
ing towns which were abandoned have
been inundated by the storms, which
have been raging for more than a
month. Already the damage is con-
siderably more than $100,000,000.
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Ask u s for a copy of
"Men's Togs" in case
you don't get your
copy f r o m Ed. V.
Price & Co.
See our Special Dis-
play of "Men's Togs".
Be measured Today!

YET?."

"6GOT
YOURS'

New Spring Suits
R-B. Fashisn Clothes $15 to $25
They came in on a rush-New Oxford Oreys,
"B njo" stripes, and blues. All wool, of course.
Advance spring models. You want to look them
over anyway.
New Spring Hats
R. C. F. Specials. $2.50 to $5
New Alpine shaped hats in the "cob web,"
"comfort" and regular weights. All the colors that
are to be popular this spring-Gaelic green predomi-
nating.
New Spring Shirts
Manhattan, $1.50 to $S
You'll like the Manhattan spring shirts. Take
a look at the new "lattice" pattern. Silks and
madras. French and stiff cuffs.
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THEeBIG m Y)rCs
ISkele'-ton in Your Close

It doe n't mean the doctor's kind it's oe of
those FIT FOR II:its, Ualter lined. Tfhiey are
stylish. They tk as dell as a fji lined"'coat.
The vest is made skeletomi, It eonforms 'with
the coat. The t ,ousr 's cann' be keleton but
they are good ones.
The clever ldesigning, the good niating, the
buttons, the butforholes, the lining--everything
about FITFORM suits is uniiform. There is
quality there.
The jpices are rceomablie. Yon p'n't buy a
whole' suit for $1. If you didt, it wouldn't be
worth anything, but FITFORM at ;15 and up-
ward means delunitely that you re wearing
the right kind of clothes.
By1 a skeleton i"ITF()RM11. You !1 ill enjoy it.

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OFFER FELLOWSHIPS TO WOMEN
.JETWOOD
Educational Union of Boston Gives
A SMART COLLAR. Help to Three Each Year
WITH A COtMPORT-.
ABLELOWFRONT Three paid fellowships in social-
NEW , economic research are offered each
RED-MAN year by the Women's Educational and
2 o. 259 Industrial Union of Boston, to college
TROYS BEST women who wish thorough preparation
for such work. The fellowships carry
a stipend of 500 dollars. Clerical as-
sistance, equipment and traveling ex-
iTINUTE BRIDGE TOURNAMENT penses necessary for the investigations
IT MICUJOAN UNION FRIDAY are furnished by the Department of
Research.
.The 'research departmient usually
'he fourth meeting of the Union Th reachdprmn usly
undertakes one cooperative investiga-
.ge tournament will ho held at the tion each year in connection with such
higan Union, Friday evening, Feb-;agencies as government or state boards
ry 25, at 7 o'clock. At the end I of health, labor commissions, and bu-
he first three weeks of play M. B. reaus of research. By special arrange-
odruff and J. M. Irwin are lead-ment, such work may count toward a
with a total score of 6,501; while master's degree from various eastern
U. Pickard and C. W. Myers are a and western universities. Catherine
e second with a score of 6,296. Riegard, '15, is engaged in such work
two evenings of play remain after now. ,
ch the winners for the entire Further information may be ob-
'nament will be announced. taed from Mrs. Jordan.

309 S. Main St.
Branch:
814 S."State St.
MEN FROM UPPER PENINSULA
TO MEET TO ORGANIZE CLUB
With the view of making the Uni-
versity of Michigan a school more at-
tractive to upper peninsula men, an
organization to be known as the Clo-
verland club, composed solely of stu-
dents from the upper peninsula of
this state, will soon be perfected. The
second meeting of those interested in
the project will be held within about
two weeks at the Michigan Union.
Posters announcing the exact date for
the meeting will soon be distributed.
Fresh Engineers to Banquet March 3
A fresh engineer banquet will be
held at the Delta Cafe Friday even-
ing, March 3. Tickets for the event
will go on sale immediately at the
Engineering Society room and may
also be obtained from members of
the social committee, as follows: Da-
vid Wood, R. D. Smith, C. W. Horr,
M. F. Sheldon, L. W. Page, H. N. Brand.
LIFE INSURIANCE FOR STUDENTS
Where it is necessary for a student'
to make a loan to enable him to finish
his education, he will, find it easier
to do so, if he can give a policy of
life insurance as his security that the
loan will be paid in the event of his
death before he has been able to pay
it off out of his earnings. The Provi-
dent Life and Trust Co., have a spe-
cial proposition for students. Harry
Bacher, 516 E. Madison St., Phone
735-M.

TOM COBETT
116 E. Liberty St. Young Men's
"Fitform is U eod iForm"

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ounce Saxophone Party Chaperons
was announced yesterday that Mr.
Mrs. Walter Staebler will, act as
perons for the Wright Saxophone
o party, which is to be held at the
on this evening from 9:00 to 2:00
ock. The few tickets which remaip
the dance may be had by calling
er 236 or 2370.

Whether you want to take a train
or make a call, we will get you there
,n time. Our service is just as
prompt in bad weather as on pleasant
fays. Stark 'Taxicab Co.. phone 2255.
EXUL.USIVE
young men's haberdashery on sale by
N. F. Allen A Co., Main street.,

Live Ever
so that you can look your fellowman straight
the eye and tell him you're smoking your sha
of Tuxeo right along-which accounts for ti
bully feeling of snap, spunk and sparkle that
the envy of all beholders.
The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
Your sh'are of "Tux"'is a whole lot. No matt
how oftenyou yearn for the pipe you can load
wlth Tuxedo and smoke it without foreboding 4
regret. For the original "Tuxedo Process"tak
out every bit of bite and every particle of parc
No, you can't get that same de-
licious flavor and solid, deep-down
satisfaction out of any other tobac-
ca. Try one tin and you'll see whyAE
there are a million new "Tux" "
smokers every year.
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient, glasine wrapped,
moisture-proof pouch . . . c
Famous green tin with gold
. lettering, curved to fit pocket IOcAY
In Tin Humidors, 40c and SOc
In Glass Ilumidors, SOc and 90c
TIHE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY

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Owners of Victor Victrolas
Can have a selection of ten to a dozen
Latest Up-to-Date Records
sent to their home on our
Twenty-four Hour Approval Plan
Call.us'up-PHONE I707-ormail list of numbers

raternity pin; name on back.
14; reward. feb2526

Grinnell Bros.

I 16 South Main St.

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