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March 10, 1916 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DA_ILY

>rds!

Words!

Words!

Make

Talk

gut It Takes Stitches! Stitches! Stitches!
To Make Good Clothing for Men

unrivaled Values in
Taffeta Silk Dresses
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Fot 150OO0)\ :
For Women - For Misses
We picture a very smart $15 dress of Taffeta in Black,
Navy, Russian Green or Brown. Bodice has three soft
pleats in back; upturned, pointed collar of white Taffeta
which extends to form front of bodice and is pearl-button
trimmed. Long sleeves of Georgette Crepe with hem-
stitching at wrist. Soft, self girdle. Skirt full and flar-
ing, gathered in pleats at back waist line. Fashionable
draped puffs in bouffant style at sides. It will hardly
be possible for us to duplicate this value later in the
season. Order now.
Mail Orders Filled.
o LInquities Promptly
CORNER WOOOWARO & SATEMilrdsFll. I
NO CO T AAnswered.
SN C O N C O N W 1 A N O T E T f D E T R O I T , M I C H .
r+IMllilid lt

"ilk
Q A. D&C.

,lave you ever been curious enough about your Suit
to examine into the construction of the collar and
lape s?
Collars and lapels have everything to do with the fit
and fashion of clothing.
The material naturally flat, must be so manipulated
that it will yield to certain difficult curves, and hav-
ing yielded, lie smooth and remain that way.
Temporarily, a big hot iron smooths out the wrinkles
-but they soon come back.
To produce a smooth shoulder -a skillful tailor is
ne essry-to shape and stitch it by hand.
"Society Brand Clothes"
are made thisw

THE PIT
"Black as the Pit
From Pole to Pole"
SUCCESS
I think that if you had loved me when
I wanted;
If I'd looked up one day, arnl seen
your eyes,
And found my wild, sick, blasp> moti
prayers granted,
And your brown face, that's full of
pity and wise,
Flushed suddenly; the whit gdhead
in new fear
Intolerably so struggling, and so
shamed;
Most holy and far, if you'd come all
too near,
If earth had seen Earth's lordliest
wild limbs tamed,
Shaken, and trapped, and shivering, for
my touch-
Myself should I have slain? or that
foul you?
But this the strange Gods, who have
given so much,
To have seen and known yo, this
they might not do.
One last shame's spared me, one black
word's unspoken;
And I'm alone; and you hae not
awoken.
-Rupert Broke
We would like to inform somelody,
that if he didn't see the "All Nation
Revue" he missed something. It was
worthy of even a better attendance.
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HEROISM IS DEAD
But the trouble lay in the fact that
Frank Grover did not save the poor
Hawaiian when she was going to
"Pele." He should have dashed in,
and carried away the damsel in spite
of overwhelming odds.t
But we guess that lie knew they
wouldn't kill her anyhow. But how
was the audience to know?
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AH-HA-A-A-AH
There was a remark by the shame-
less Reimann which will stand with
the ages. Professors will cringe un-
der the sting. Students will spring
it with a wriggle of an accusing fore-
finger. And that was, "Knowledge,
what crimes are committed 'in thy
name.?"
STYLES
It is stated authoritatively that a
certain professor on the campus has
started the style of wearing teeth-
ing rings for watch charms. The
fact that students of a former time
were men is no reason why such a
presumption should be raised at the
present time. There has to be a dem-
onstration of the fact that places many
in an odious light.
HIST-THERE'S A DETECTIVE IN
THE CROWD
Dear Gee:
Your humor Column
Is now without a flaw,
Especially since the Gargoyle
Extends to you its P. A. W.
A. Q. G.
Just in passing-sleuthily speaking
--we would like to know what that
middle initial stands for. It was a
woman who handed in the above.
,Those Canoes ARE Daredevils
"Start campaign to make Huron safe
for canoes."
-Our Dilly Daily.
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DEARIE ME!
"E. R. Anderson has been operated

on for apepndicitis."
-Daily.
We are troubled that way sometimes.
NOT MUCH
Dear Gee: Is there anything to the
report that a man has to show a fac-
ulty eligibility slip to get in to the
dances at the Union?
P. G. H.
But a good constitution to get in
"The Soul Market." *
-By Gee.
TH music --! UMN
The New York Philharmonic orches-
tra, the oldest organization of its kind
in America, will make its first appear-
ance in Ann Arbor at Hill auditorium,
Friday evening, March 17.j
This organization, which recently
entered on its 74th successful season,
is conducted by Josef Stransky, who
is today an international figure in the
music world. By critics he is rated
as one of the five greatest living di-
rectors.
Albert Lindquest, tenor, who is ac-
compztying the orchestra as soloist,
has toured this c:mntry for several
seasons for the Minneapolis and St.
Paul symphony orchestras..
One number on the program given
belo, which is sure to be of interest
to musicians is the Liszt symphonic
poem "Les Preludes," which represents
a radical departure from the splen-
did transcriptions and rhapsodies by
which this composer is known. The
program follows:
Overt ore, "Leonore No. 3"..Beethoven
Aria, "Ii mio tesore intante"
from "Don Giovanni......Mozart
Symphonic poem, "Le Preludes"
Liszt
Aria, "Celeste Aida" ..........Verdi
Mr. Lindquest
Symphony No. 5, in E minor, Op. 64
Tschaikowsky
Mrs. Anna Schram Imig, of She-
boygan Wisconsin, a prominent artist,
returned to Ann Arbor yesterday for
further work under Mr. Theodore Har-
risn.
COLORADO CLUB ALIS TO HOLD
MONTHLY MEETINGS AT UNION
Monthly informal dinners and get-
to-gether meetings have bee planned
by the Colorado club, to which men
┬░rom Colorado, whether members of
the club or not, are invited. The first
of thiese- will be held at the Union,
Thursday, March 23.
At later meetings of the club plans
for a "Come to Michigan" campaign,
to -be carried on in Colorado, will be,
discussed.-
ROSS GRANGER WANTS TO
SELL ACADEMY TO UNION<
Granger's Dancing Academy is for
sale, according to announcement made
yesterday by Ross Granger, owner of
the property, who at the same time<
expressed his desire that the property1
be purchased by the Michigan Union.
A wish to retire from active businessI
is the only reason given for desiring
to dispose of the property.
Mine Workers Sign Wage Scale{
New York, Mar. 9.-The United
Mine Workers of America today signed<
a new wage scale effective till March1
31, 19I8, which will make over 350,000,
miners realize greater benefits from
organised labor'

organi7ed labor.'

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AT THE THEATERS
TOA

ill ne.4ic - Mi'.:,al Cmd,
La Salle Mlusical Stock Com-
pany in "My lCindrella Girll."
Orpheum--Constance Collier
in "The Tongues of Men."
Arcade -Mime. Petrova in
"The Tong'es of Men."
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TO THE ADVEBTTI ( [ANAER:
Don't advertise the 'hohin2 van,
For girls might wear his clothes
Upon the street,-against the law,
As everybody knows.
And never advertise the banks.
The money that they loan,
Could well be spent :)r liquor, or
Perhaps a grapho!'hone.
The barbers, too, shauld have the bas,
Who keep us smooth aloft.
For if our cheeps were rough, the
girls
Would never bo so soft.
And I'd deny the ice-cream man
4l advertis ig space,
FoIr s1me might lure a co-ed there.
A mutual disgrace.
The restaur ants should be debarred,
Beyond ti a slightest doubt.
For oft th 7:y sell black coffee, to
Turn Sc. gram's inside out.
But certainly one thing is sure:
The bauty parlor ad
Must go, because it's beauty makes
The world so good-and bad.
Nay, 7?othing, sir's so good, it can't
Be used for something bad.
A' r so (N. B. the sub-tract) this
Is ad-verse to the ad.
MA.C. DEAN THANKS COOLEY
Expresses Appreciation for Assistance
Offered After Fire
In reply to the offer 'of assistance
extended by' Dean Cooley, of the en-
gineering school, to the authorities at
M. A. C., following the recent fire
there, Dean Bissel of M. A. C. ex-
pressed his sincere appreciation of
the proffered assistance and said that
he hopes to be able to make adequate
adiustments of their work in a few
days.
The engineering epar met at the
agricultural college was made a toral
loss by the disastrous fire which oc-
curred in 'Ansing Sunday ruin"
If the department is unable to make
the nessar, prvisions for (asses.
some minor aid may be aAde: e. the
university a ittle later.
Dr. Frznk i;in to ,lure:'4 f'onaree~tion
On Suiida yevening, March 12; Rabbi
Leo M. "ranklii, of Detroit, "Nili ad-
dress th J-wishStudentCogegion
on the topic IPirjuice: t/Cue
and Its Cure." Polinwing th services
a very important buiness a ting will
be held at which every mexn er of the
con gregatinn should be pr'4 tent.
Patro Daily dt"s.

This

is one of the slight differences.

There are

others that go to make up the big difference be-
tween "Society Brand Clothes" and the usual kind
that the steam sewing machines turn out.
Suits,$20, $22.50 and $25

ip

Wuerth Co.

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