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THE MICEiGAN DAILY

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Dear Sir:--
The Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes for Spring are here!
That should be all the announcement necessary, because the Stein-
Ploch supremacy is so well known.
We're so enthusiastic, however, about these new suits that we must add
a few words in praise of them. The patterns are so fresh and
new-the colorings are so soft and pleasing-the new styles are
so full of smartness with the characteristic Stein-Bloch refine
ment, that we know you'll like them hetter than ever.
Needless to say, the tailoring is as nearly perfect as human skill and
ingenuity can make it-the same perfection of detail that has
helped to maintain Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes in their position of
acknowledged supremacy for sixty years.
Coming in now to see the Spring showing entails no obligation on
your part to buy, and we will take as much pleasure in showing
them as you will derive from seeing them.

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Announcing-

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It's our time against yours for our mutual beneifit.

WAillyou come today?

Yours veryI truly,
TI\DFENSCHIMI'TT, APEEL & CO.

ATTACKS PIT'S SATIRE I 1l

New Spring Suits
R-B. Fashisn Clothes $15 to $25
They came in on a rush-New Oxford Greys
"Banjo" stripes, and blues. All wool, of course
Advance spring models. You want to look then
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 tha
are to be popular this spring-Gaelic green predomi
nating.
New Spring Shirts
Manhattan, $1.50 to $5
you'll like the Manhattan spring shirts. Tak
a look at the new "lattice" pattern. Silks anc
madras. French and stiff cuffs.
JoeA
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THE B31 I oo-a
X'T2 E~ MaIIXJa

EXTENDED
February Clean-up SALE on BOSTON-
IAN and FLORSIHEIM 'SHOES for 10
DAYS. Spring Styles arriving Daily
which will be included in this Sale.
UC M PU S-BOOTERY
Stage Make Ups for
Student Theatrical Productions
Face Paints, Powders, Cold Creams.
Rouges, Lip Sticks, Etc. ::.::.
A Full Line at
THE EBER8ACH ea'sOm CO. 200-204 E. Liberty St.

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No Drops
Needed in Our
Eve Examination.
My sp ecialty 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-Optician
with Arnold & co., Jeweleis, 22o S. Main St,

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SENIOR THINKS HUMOR COLUMN
TOO PERSONAL IN ITS RE-
L - ES.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
The most humorous article thatthas
appeared in the "Pit" for some time
was the attempted justification of the
personal attacks made by the editor
of the column. Apparently the sting
of criticism is being felt, and he can
perhaps better appreciate how those
people feel whom he has "jibed at"
through lais column. And he has the
advantage, of his victims, in that he
can "come back" and they cannot.
He justifies his position on the
ground tlaat "one of the purposes of
this colu73mn is to be satirical. And it
follows, in the natural course, that
someone is going to have his shoes
trod upn. Our remarks were about
the letters, and not about the writers
thereof.. Therein we are NOT per-
sonal."
If ti e. editor of the "Pit" cannot con-
duct a humorous column without
trealing upon other people's shoes
through personalities, then the column
had. better be done away with. The
Drly existed for many years without
one, and, in my opinion, would exist
{or many more, without the so-called
ituryor of the "Pit." It may be that
my sense of humor has been pervert-
ed, but so far it seems to me that the
"P1 t" is true to its name, i.e., a hole
wit h nothing in it.
Fuxther, as to personalities. It is
noit necessary for a humor column to
be personal. B. L. T. of the Chicago
frilmne seldom indulges in personal-
ties, and his column is one of the best
in ttte country. The Gargoyle, except
in its military training number, does
not 'fhd it necessary to indulge in
personalities, and the Gargoyle is
quo ted in such papers as the Chicago
Iie 'aid and in such magazines as The
Lit erary Digest. Such poems as that
wr itten by Pitter Patter in Saturday's
D: tily are insults to the writers of such
cc mmunications. They attempt to an-
s wer the communications, not by jus-
t hfying the editor of the "Pit," but
1 )y making fun of the writers. There
is something radically wrong with a
position which cannot be defended ex-
[cept by slurring those who criticize
it.

OR clothes that fit
your form, retain
perfect shape and
follow the movement of
your body, have them
tailored to your individual
order by our famous Chi-
cago tailors,
ED. V. PRICE & CO.
s
-j
T whatever price you
pay for the wool-
ens you select, the
cost will be many dollars
below what the average
tailor would ask you for
equal quality.
F. W. Gross

Let Your Spring Suit
Be FI'TFORM
The Cost is Not Greater, But the Satisfactic
Come and see the latest fashion and effects i
men's Spring and Summer wearing apparel.
We will gladly show you without obli-
gation. Thus you may plan your

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Spring outfit, but need not buy
until ready.

JOUNA BILIN ETOITMICHIGAN

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Just received a big shipment of Wide Brim Green Hats

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FASTEST ENGRAVERS IN T.wILST

TOM CORBETT

116 E. Liberty St

Young Men's (

309 S.
814 $.

Main
State

"Fitformn is Good Form"
(Ready-to-put-on)

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JET WOOD:
A SMARTCOLLAR
WITH A COMFORT-
ABLE LOW FRONT
THE o ;
NEW
REDE-AN
2Fore. 25¢
TROYS BEST
PRODUCT
HASTINGS SHOPPEI
FOR
LATEST STYLES
IN
DRESSMAKING
AND
MILLINERY
OPEN WED, and SAT. EVE.
608 E. Liberty
SUMMER JOBS. . 1C0 Brushes
kept several campus men in college
$500 was saved by ---'18; $600 by:
--- '16L; $500 by - '16; $700;
by -- '16L; last summer.' Ex-
perience unnecessary. Telephone
Simpson, '18, 2180-M. Carl Yersley,
Joseph Cotton, '16; 373-W; Jesse
lit; 2494. mars
OVERCOATS
and rain coats from the house of Kup.
penheimer, on sale by N. F. Alien Co.,
Main St.e

Intercollegiate
Yale-Yale is considering the plan
of exempting students, who have main-
taind a high class average, from exam-
inations. I
Wisconsin -- A freshman was sus-
pended for two days on being caught
in a saloon.
harvard-About 500 men fromt Har-
vard and 700 from Yale expect to at-
tend the summer military camps at
Plattsburg, N. Y., and elsewhere.
Purdue-According to the computa-
tions of an undergraduate at Lafay -
ette, he has danced 1,893.9 miles in
the past three years.
Kansas-The University of Kansas
women are planning the first swim-
ming meet ever attempted by univer-
sity women.

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GTARRICK
DETROIT

WEEK OF MARCH 6th.
and Sat. Mat. 50c to $2. Po
Wednesday and Friday-Be

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THE WORLD'S GREATEST
ECCENTRIC COMEDIENNE

Ccyclonic

In conclasion let me say that I have
not been a victim of the "Pit" and that
this communtication is not written with
malice aforethought. I am withhold-
ing my name from all except the edi-
tor of The Daily, so that the editor of
the "Pit" will not avoid the issue by
slurring my naine.
A SENIOR.
A NEW IDEA

EVA

When you see EVA TANGUAY
see Costumes no one else wears,
hear Songs no one else sings, and
meet a personality no one elsep
senses.-

Stanford -- Stanford University is
considering the adoption of voluntary
military training.
Princeton-Princeton freshmen meet
at intervals between classes to roll
bandages for the Red Cross Associa-
tion.
Brown-More than half the g'radu-
ates at Brown have signed a petition
asking that basketball be restored as
an intercollegiate sport.
Oregon-A 3,000 yard golf course is
being constructed by students.
Harvard -Harvard University has
received $400,000 in gifts since school
opened last fall.
Cornell-The basketball team was
placed on a training table for the first
time in the history of the sport at that
institution.
Patronize Michigan Daily Advertiz-
ers. **

With thy growth in the student body
there, has been a marked increase in
the p)ropontion of cases where the
strdent find's that a policy of life in-
Surance wit; be of distinct advantage
to him. It is in fact rapidly becom-
ing the custom for a father to insure
his son 'while he is° a student, with
the idea of smaking him a present of
the policy w l en he shall become able
to keep up the premiums himself.
Should the s on die before he has fin-
ished his edi eation, the policy would
be paid to tho- father, who would thus
be reimbursed for his outlay. We
have a very in terezting proposition for
you. H arry Bacher, District Agent,
The Provident Life and Trust Co., 516
1B. Nladison St., Phoue 735-M. mars

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SUNAY SRICSIN
AYCE NN BOR CHURCHES
Presbyterian Church
Leonard Barrett, minister; Roy W.
Hamilton, studenttpastor. Communion
services and a reception for new mem-
bers will be held at the morning serv-
ices, 10:30 o'clock.
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Sunday services will be held at 10:30
A. M. and 7: 45 P. M., with "Man" for
the subject.
Church of Christ (Disciples)
Rev. Geo. W. Knepper's theme will
be "Giant Killers" at morning wor-
ship at 10:30 o'clock. Vesper services
at 6:15 o'clock. Motion pictures will
be shown.
First X. E. Church;
"The Sacramental Idea" will be Rev.

TANG UAX
IN THE JEAN HERVE-PAUL BRIQUET MUSICAL COMEDY SUI
CESS AS PLAYED FOR 200 NIGHTS ON NEW YORK'S BROADWA
"The Cirl Who Smiles "
Scintillating wth Tuneful Melodies and Sparkling Humor, Brimmii
Over with the Tanguay Smile, Gile and Style
NEXT WEEK-Farewell Appearances on the Detroit Stage
MR. E. H. SOTHER
In a New Modern Comedy in 4 Acts-THE TWO VIRTUES
By Alfred Sutro-With MISS ALEXANDRA CARLISLE
Seat Sale Opens Thursday at 9 A. M.-Mail Orders Now
A. W. Stalker's morning subject. At lustrated address by Professor I
7:30 o'clock Dean Shailer Matthews of on "A Half Hour in the Cataco
Chicago and Hon. Francis Neilsen give
addresses on phases of "Nationalism First Baptist Church
and Internationalism." Morning worship will be he
10:30 o'clock with an address b
FtN. C. Fetter on the subject "Under
First Congregational Church J rent."

Patronize Daily, 4dvertizers.

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BEST RESULTS FROM THE VICTOR VICTROLA
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Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas preaches at
10:30 a. m. on "The Cost of a Position'
-a Bad Investment in Politics." At
the vesper services at 6:15 p. in., Mr.
Douglas will take up again, in contin-
uance from last Sunday, the topic,
"In Tune with the Infinite."

Jewish Student Coni
Rabbi A. M. Hershman
"The Jewish Consciousn
o'clock at Newbery hall.

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LOST at the Fresh Lit dance yesterday re-
return the same to Walter F. Gries, 63f
r.on who took the large So. Thayer St. Telephone 682-J. Ge- (
.h initials W. F. B. in it your own. Arar5

Try Our Twenty-four Hour Approval Plan

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116 South Ma
Phone 174

St.,

Unitarian Church
At 10:30 o'clock Rev. R.
speaks on "Why Add Religi

Ton eents rents
dak, any size you
N. University.
Loring
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