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TPHE MICHIGAN DAILY

a- - ~ - -

MIn s Clothing Sale

Every Moment a
I Pleasanter Mo

Divided into three lots

If you have a small CObUMBIA for

/4 /3- / OFF
Spring Hats and Caps
are now on display

your room.

Latest Song Hits and Co-

lumbia Dance Records for March.

Popular Songs 65c-Dance Records $1.00

Can be used en your flaehine

Uadhams & Co.'s Corner

CIVIC SOCIETY TO GIE
LOW SHRUBBERY PRICES

Main & Washington Sts.

,_

anDncse
COLLAR
Shows over the coat in back;
low sharp, smart curveaway
front; good knotand slidespace
2for 5c2
OLUET. PEABODY& co..Inc.. Makers."TROY.N.Y.

Be
Atractiv el
Dressed
and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit
Individually
Custom Tailored
by
ARTHUR F. MARQUARDT
Campus Tailor
516 East William St. Phone 1422-J

City Forester Will Assh4
in Annual Spring
Campaign

Residents

Notifications were sent out yester-
day by the Civic Association of Ann
Arbor to all fraternities, sor 'ities,;
and house clubs, regarding the oppor-
tunity given annually to the residentsr
of Ann Arbor to purchased all kindsj
of nursery grown stock for less thana
the prevailing retail price.
The Civic Association is able to,
make these low prices because of the
unusual rates, made with various<
firms. The rates not only cover the;
cost of the plants, but also the pack-r
ing, boxing, freight charges, delivery,
heeling-in, and supervision in plant-E
ing.
Mr. Bassett, the City Forester, will,
be ready to furnish any other advice
in connection with the beautifying ofl
property. Over 30,000 plants have

BOOKS WORTH EAOING
Father Payne. -Anonymous. --New
York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. Price
$1.50.
This is a character sketch and auto-
biography in miniature in the form of
extracts from the conversation of a
I man who is supposed to have conduct-
ed somewhere in England a training
school for young men who wanted to
learn to write.
In an excerpt from a laudatory re-
view, reprinted from the London
Times, which we find on the cover of
the book, that paper is quoted as
connecting the name of the late A. C.
Benson with the man whose name
serves as a title. Just why the real
identity "of the man should be left
a mystery in any case-still less if he
and Mr. Benson were the same-is not
at all clear. What is clear is that at
many points the reader is likely to
cherish the suspicion that Father
Payne never existed in any corporeal
form.

Allmendinger lusic-shop
Home of Columbia
120-122 ,. Liberty Street Phone 1692-Fl
LUNCHES, CANDIES, HOT SUNDA
AT THE
BOWL
109 SOUTH MAIN STREET
WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS

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ESTABLISHED SINGE 1904

PHONE 1380

ZWERDLING
Tladeps Tallor

Announces the Display of Spring and
Summer Fabrics in Dress Goods. The
Latest Styles and Fashions.

been purchased by approximately 750 Be that as .it may, the subject of the
persons since the shrubbery cam- book is made to talk on a wide vari-
paign started three years ago. ety of subjects with the object, we sup-
Price lists and any information con- pose, of instilling habits of straight
cerning the proposition may be ob- thought, as Father Payne conceived it,
tained from the Civic Association or into the minds of the little colony of
Mr. Bassett before April 20th at which prospective scribes which he as-
time the campaign closes. Orders may sembled about him. And it must be
be given either to the Civic Associa- admitted that there is a consistency
tion or Mr. Bassett who can be found about the philosophy of the talker that
in the City Hall daily from 8:00 o'clock serves to bear out very well the claim
to 5:00 o'clock. to bona fide autobiography. He talks,
a la Dr. Samuel Johnson, "Of Going
to Church," "Of Newspapers," "Of
ANNOUNOE SIX TH .EO R E Beauty," "of War," "Of Life Force,"
"Of Conscience," and some sixty other
subjects, and his devoted but anony-
P'r f. g"o P. 'I'hrte to Seak B - mous Boswell has recorded a remark-
fore 0,1.6t, ViIncis able amount of verbatim opinion.
It is at times very interesting and
"La Civilization Francais" will be at others rather heavy and dull. The
the subject of the sixth lecture in the author succeeds in portraying his man
Cercle Francais series. It will be howvever in such a way that we get a
delivered by Prof. Hugo P. Thieme at very definite picture of him. If he did
5:00 o'clock this afternoon in Tap- live he must have been interestng and
pan hall. harming. His ideas are sometimes new
Prof. Thieme will trace tie devel- and startling and again trite and dis-
opment of French civilization begin-- appointing. Nevertheless, the mystery
ning with the middle ages and taking surroundig the author and subject

Sudy Means tuidit
unless the body is developed in a way to supply the
mental keenness and alertness that are necessary to
success in every line of college endeavor. Top-heavy
college men are the bane of business. Brain and
brawn must go hand in hand to meet the require-
ments of the full-rounded college life.
is the best balanced ration for reaching the highest
efficiency in study or play. Contains all the rich,
body-buiidingmaterial of the whole' wheat grain made
digestible by steam-cooking, shredding and baking. It
is the favorite food of athletes because it supplies the
greatest amount of muscle-building material with the
least tao :pon the digestive organs. It is on the train-
ing table of nearly every college and university of the
United States and Canada. Its delicious freshness
and crispness will tempt the most jaded appetite. Eat
it for breakfast with milk or cream, or for any meal
in combination with fruits.

All Work Done in
Our New Location

;sirerdiing Block
Zia-19 F. Liberty

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First Showing

of the 1916

Spring Styles
Spring Fashions in Tailored
Millinery,Suits,Coats, Gowns
and other Outer Apparel
direct from New York, are
being Exhibited this week in
the second Floor Salons. You
are Invited to Inspect the
Charming Displays.
Gerrai Peace 1enan ds Inereaxing
London, March 6.-A speech made'
before the Prussian diet by Dr. Karl
Liebknecht, socialist leader, is given
in a dispatch from Reuter's corres-
pondent at Amsterdam. Dr. Lieb-
knecht is reported to have said it had
become a practice to prohibit mention
of trials resulting from food riots and
peace demonstrations With the result
that the people had no idea of the
widespread increase of these agita-
tions.

Intercollegiate
lob" Bennett,,Varsity eheerleader
and newly elected assistant football
manager, will speak at the boy's mass
meeting to be held at the city Y. M.
C. A. this afternoon at 3:00 o'clock.
His subject will be his recent trip to
Europe via cattleboat, tour of the con-
tinent cn a bicycle and ascent of the
mountain Jungfrau in midwinter.
Thme forestry department has added
one hundred very valuable photographs
to its nearly complete equipment.
They are photographs of Pacific Coast
logging camps and forests and are
considered to be the best in the country
owing to the fact that it is nearly im-
possible to duplicate them. At pres-
ent the pictures are on exhibition in
Professor Lovejoy's office in the new
science building.
Stuart L. Sonne, '19, was rendered
unconscious for nearly 15 minutes
yesterday when he fell backwards up-
on his head after slipping in the
shower room of Waterman gymnasium.
Dr. H. H. Cummings, of the university
health service was called to the gym
and attended the injured lad.
Wears MI)s. Ljineoln's Inaugural Gown
Chicago, March 6.-An eventful pe-
riod in United States history was asso-
ciated with the gown worn here today
by Miss Estelle A. Wood to celebrate
the seventeenth anniversary of her
birth. The gown, it is said, was worn
by Mrs. Abraham Lincoln and was
made by a slave for the Lincoln in-'
auguration.

it up to the end of the nineteenth cen-
tury. The characteristic element of
each epoque such as the spiritualism
of the dark ages, the classicism of the
seventh century, the element of jus-
tice and liberty in the eighteenth and
the individual initiative of the nine-
teenth will be thoroughly considered.
The conclusion oi the lecture vill
deal with the situation as it is today N,
the tendencies in modern French life
and the direction which they indicate
the civilization of France will take in
thn fntir

will attract many and certainly all who
read the book will find much that is
charming and stimulating.
L. S. T.
MIONT A CLlB INAUGURATES
"CON1E TO MICHIGAN" ('AMPAIGN
At a recent meeting of the Montana
club plans were made for an extensive
campaign to bring students to the Uni-
versity from Montana. Letters will be
stnt to high school principals through-

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Niagara Fals, N.

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iue.out the state asking them to refer
students of their graduating classes to
FIRS'V 31E 1;'lI'IN{OF HEALTHlthe club for information regarding
CA)H'AINEIRS HELD LAST NIIT Michigan. In addition to this method
-----for reaching prospective students each
The first of a series of meetings for member of the club is expected to ex-
the betterment of hygienic conditions ert a personal influence upon his home
on the campus was held last evening town acquaintances. This is only a
in the amphitheatre of the medical forerunner of a "Come to Michigan"
building. It is hoped to hold these campaign to be carried on in Montana
meetings once every month at which this summer.
some prominent faculty man will give
an address after which the meeting Eliot Points out School - Defects
will be turned over to an informal dis- New York, March 6.-Aspects of
cussion. Representatives from all the American educational methods which
fraternities, sororities and house clubs he considers seriously defective are
will be expected to attend these meet- outlined by Dr. Charles W. Eliot, pres-
ings. ident emeritus of Harvard University,
At the meeting last night L. D. Funk in a pamphlet written by him for the
was elected president, Miss W. W. Pat- general education board and made pub-
terson secretary-treasurer, and W. C. lic Sunday night. To correct "glar.
Brockway vice president. Represen- ing deficiencies," in secondary, Dr.
tatives from the various campus or- Eliot urges cultivation of the perce
ganizations will meet with these offi- e power through laboratory work,
cers next Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock m ltrainngh :and oreattent
to arrange for the further meetings. to music and drawing.
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