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THE MICHIGAN DAIY

ClIohes (Q1' rJng ., 'her

alI the antnouncement ineesary, beocAseothe;tein-
m ay i> so well known.
aO.stichowve, about these ne sit tat we mIust add.
A i praise of them. The patt:myrns eso fre& and
Ohrintgs are so soft and pleasing ;-the nwS1yle-s are
nartness with the characteristi Stein.-I3loclh rezfline
ve Wnow you'll like them hotter hBarn ever.
Ltho tailoring is as nearly perfect as.hmanskill an.d
an mrake it--the same perfection oi' detail that has
aitain Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes in their position of.
d suplremnacy for sixty years.
to gee thy Spring showAi; edis10obligation on1
buy..and fwer'will take as n- laaein showing;w1tr~eirtt ein hn

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Announcing-
New Spring Suits
R-B. Fashisn Clothes $15 to $25
Thev came in on a rush-New Oxford
"Banjo" stripes, and blues. All wool, ofc
Advance spring models. You want to loon
over auyway.
New Spring Hats
R. C. F. Specials, $2.50 to $5
New Alpine shraped hats in the " cob
" comfort" and r-e ula~r weights. All the solo.
are to be popular this spring--Gaelic green pr2
nating.
New Spring Shirts
Manhattan. $1.50 to $5
You'll like the Manhattan spring shirts.
a look at the neaw "lattice" pattern. Sill
mnadni~s. Frenich and stiff cuffs.
T-HE 1BIG C

;i aainst youir for our mutual benefi.

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YO Norsvry' trlyI,,
TIN'DENSCHMATITT. AEFEL CO.("

is having a
FEBRUARY CLEAN-UP SALE oan
FLORS'iElm SHO
DON'T MISS IT
for the R~iyjI Tailored. Clothes for Men
See the New Spring Line Awaiting Youj
stage IMake UP'S for
Face Paints~, Powders, Cold Creams,
Rouges, Lip Sticks., Etc. ::::
A Full Line at
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ye I:_-atlincztos-
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FRSHLAWN RPS DAILY
TIIIN i, PR1EENT EIITORI AL
HA N(~ERi Ntc'V PA PER'S FUTURIE
Editor, Th e Michigan Daily.:
On Wednesday last F. A. Klainn
wrote a letter to Tfhe Daily, taking
cognizancee of the nation-wide prope-
g anda for preparedness, and asking
for a defiition of patriotism on which
this propoganda seems to depend. The
Daily replied editorially on Thr-
(ayjthat it feared that some publicity-
monger would consider this idea per-
fidious, and that he would use it as
the lbasis for saying that higher edu-
cation inculcated such perfidious
ideas; whereas, ireality-thqt is, in
the editor's opinion-there are not
many men of .Klann's ilk in the uni-
versity. The editor then complains
that he finds Kann's statements ob-
noxious,, and concludes with the gem
that he who has received benefits from
the government ought not to criticise
the administration of tht govern-
inentt.<+
Thebre was a time when I felt that I
might send conmunnications to our
college daily in perfect confidence that
no matter'howv I mighrt be answered
by other fllow-students, at least I
should not be insulted in the ediorial
columns. Y believed that every one
sending in a comunication would
receive fair treatment at the hands of
those into whose control our college
paper had fallen., I no longer feel
that security. The shameful editorial,
':Klauisml," conclusively hows that
students write letters to The Daily at
their pe-ril, and for all 1 know, this
letter may be answered by an incipient
Randolph Hearst with seie calumni-
ous attack on my private life..
Emveni for those who are not patriotic
such ai state of affairs in our news-
papercdoni invites serious attention.,
H-ow much more then, must 1, who
am patriotic, regret this incident! I
should like to see. and there is no
reason why I should not see, The
Michigan Daily stand pre-eminent
among,college papers, as good as the
best, not as bad as the worst. The+
paper could influence the student+
toward higher ifleals, stimulate a more
aggressive search for truth, and sup-
port all of us in our convictions, how-
ever unpopular, provided only that+
they he hontest.
Wh71at is there in Kan's position
that drives our prophet into editorial
fre /.? What is there wrong withl
his question? Of course, I know what
patriotism is; and perhaps even the+
editor may know. The college pro-+
fessor said that if you, couldn't feell
it von couldn't know it; but he would1
hardly define fire in that way,-or<
measles. What is the nature oft
patriotism, and what does it demand
of us? Many proposals are now be-
ing made, on the strength of appeals
to our patriotism. Should we relyt
upon blind feeling and cast itelligent
inquiry to the winds in deciding these
questions? Is patriotism synonymous
with medieval nationalism, or does itt
approach cosmopolitanism as itsi
ideal? What if it be but a cloak to
cover a multitude of orders for am-l
munition? It has been called "the
last refuge of a scoundrel.'
Just why is it so "perfidious" to ask
what patriotism is. before we prepare
to shoot our fellow-men in its sacred
name? The astute editor is obviously
worried lest some farmer conclde
fromr Klann's letter that college is
teaching young men to ask enbar-
rassing questions. So he hastens to]

In~v. PRICSQtA~
The very newest woolens
,i the season's most authen-
tic fashions from 3 d. V.,
Pric e & Co. are now, read v at
our store for your inspection.
Select the pattern that
pleases you and the style that
nest fits you ; have us send
your mneasuire in for Spring
clothes made as you want
them. We. guarantee com-
plete satisfaction or a return
of yotir money.~

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'1'1-n e4tAisi madl e :s1el!toll. It Conforms mw-th
tCie ec-at. The trousers can't bec skeleton but
they are food ones.
The f clever desig gn;-g. the good making, the
buttons, the buttonholes, thle linling-everythinig
.)-' out FITFOIM suits is uniform. There is
qurality the~re.
Tlhe prices a.e reasonable. You -ann't buy a
whole suit for $1, If you did, it wouldn't be
worth anything, but Fl""FOAIat $15 and up-
wrard means definitely that you are wearing
the right kind of clothes.
'Buy a skeleton FI'VFORIT. lou zill enjoy it.

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TOM CORBETT
116 E. Liberty St. Young Men's ClF
"Fitfoi'm is Good Form"

Skeleton in. Your
11 4low-1't utean the doctor's kInl; its one0oo
thoe ITFORM suits, quartei' ined. They are
st ylish1. They AI as 1,efll os a till lilted coat.

FRONT

RED -MAN
2 FOR. 25 '

TROY'S BEST
PRCT

to" xectare ito Medics
so of the Harper hos--
igve ,an illustrated
ical students on the
~ase," in the Medical
t7:30 tomnorrow' eve-

Wtilrd L_. 1Muss, '1 , of Three Rivers.
A~ih, as ee apoined to theC
( nited S:*;tts JMilitary Acaldemy at
We st Point.
frmCo'grIma ~i ward I-I . i1-1il
Doon, of the fourth congressionlal dis-
t.rict. Hoe will go to WeVtst Point MAarch
8to take h physical exainlation,
an&r:if successful, w',ill enlter the acad-
e'my il.in '.Tn
O~r. Crozici' to ',',he Inian mLecture
Dr:. t. M. (Crozier of IndiaIna wvill
dleiv er alecture 1in the Miller avenue
ehapel tonligh'trelatnhllis experiences
7n Indlia. The lecture will be fol-
Iowd y tlexibition of ik collec-
;ol ionf Iian1cuirios. Dr. (Crozier
just recentlyi retrned from Assam.
iF;or er acty Ma li illn iiospi( iii
Dr. H. P.H. imeil of Tecumseh,
formnely assis3tarnt in gynecology and
obsl;:tetrics inl the schocol of mnedicine,
as broug;ht from h lis home here
Tihur s'ay to uindrlgo treatment for a
- ase cf ty phoid-pneumonia.
'aidilaii Club to Neetl Mardi1 2
A.n iriportant business eeting of
the C'anadian: club will be held at the
UopThuirsday, Mlarch 2.

assure the farmer that there are only
five like Klann at college. Now, wvhat-,
ever Klann may thinky, and however
erroneously, is he to be silenced by
the editor lest some imaginary per-
son take offense? Is the approval of
the man who could draw such a fool
concluision from Klann's letter, or
from anything for that matter, is his;
approval to be taken as the criterion
of freedom of thought, is he to set
limits of 'serious inquiry? And must
we refrain from criticising that gov-
erment, because one of. the functions
ofgovernment is the education of the
people? Who is the man, anyway,
that we need most fear will be taken
as typically a college man, Klann, or
the writer of the editorial?
The Michigan Daily has a glorious
prospect, and a past not to be ashamed
of. We who love ?Michigan, and all
that thereunto pertains, need fear on-
ly that the paper will fall into in-
competent and. clumsy hands. When
the students' communications are
treated as was Klann's, then indeed
is it time for every patriotic Michigan
man to fear for the future of his col-
lege daily.
DAVID H. FINK, 18SL.
EXCLUSIVE
young men's haberdashery on sale by
N. F. Allen & Co., Mlain street..

Pop. Mats.
Wed. & Fri.
Best Seats $1.

309 S. Main St,
814 S. State St.

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AWorid of Pieasure
('{'MPA NY OF 1T)
WVith a Superlative C ast of Star Entelriln,,s
Clifton Crawford, Conroy and LeMaire
% olhi s S& Hart, Franklin B atie, McOzahoi, l amondW& Chapalow', 1I
garet Ea-rds, A reline -V loyd, Venaitaa Fitzhughi, Helen Goff, En
fHles, "Ind the famous RMIE QUNN.
PRIZE WIN NING 4 CH)RUS OF -THE WORLD
Week March 6-Seats' Thurs, MAIL ORE

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it is necessary for a studt
a loanm to enable him to finish
ration, hie wil find it easier
, if he can 'give a policy of,
ranee as hlissecurity that the
I be paid in the event of his
fore he has beet. able to pay
tof his earnings. The Provi-
e and Trust Co., have a spe-
position for students. Hairry
516 l:. Madison St., Phone

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'the Oirl Who Smiles
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at
Stud nts'
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Ten cents rents a good Eastmanl
dak, any size you want. Lyndon's'
N. University.

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E 'lect {Ricers of I1fi~ldale (Club
it a banquet of the Hillsdale Col-
lege club held in Newberry hall Fri-
day evening, the following offcers
were elected for the coming year:
President, Stanley B. Roberston, '17M;*
vice-president, .Cassius -A. Coldren,
'IRAN; secretary and 'treasurer, Tom
H1. Roberston, '188.
Professor Leroy Watermnan oi thei
Ulniversity, formerly a iroFessoi- of
lliilsdahe College, acted as 0chairn
of th e meetin g.

FOU RF.ENT
POR, tIFNT---Suite of ro m -; private,
latVatory; private en;tran;,r f!or one
or two. 53« E. Universityopl tt
engineering building. Call '67i -1.
FOP, RENT--Sing-le room. 531 Thonip-
,con St. One block fromi cam-pus.
1-ot water h-eating system. f'27
FOR RXNT-Suite of rooms three
blocks from campus. Call at 905

WANTYED.
WANTD----ltoinnite j sh -e-site,
catiion, northwest corner \Wi~ill
and Divifisteets. $. f~j

Pitrrazzo _iapital Reported E
Romle, Feb. 26.-Durrazzo
evac uated aiccording - to an
statement announced today,
is the capital of Albania and
held by Italian troops. Th(
situated on a peninsula in the
The Italians will now be b
rmake Avlona, further south
Adriatic, th-ir stronghold,
attempt to hold northern
probably will be entirely abo
L1. . all, Jir., to Give l11astr.
Louis P1. 1Hall, Jr., will gi,
Ins trated talk on "Americas
lance Work" in,, the lecture
Alumni Memorial hall, Wedne
ning -at 8:00 o'clock. Thh

Onrs of Victor Victrolas
Can have a selection of ten to a dozen
Latest Up-to-Date Records
Sent th their home on. ourt
Twenty-four Hour Approval Plan.
Call us up-PHONE 1 TO-or mail list of numbers

feb27,213-near

'1'3 Architects to Elect Councilman
Senior' architects will elect a stu-
dent councilman at their meeting to
be held at .5:-00 o'clock Monday in
~room 3' 12 New lEngineering building.

dan(~ll(ce. Pon' 10i . -f2

rinnl Bros.s

116 South Main St.

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