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THlE MIC[IfGANDAlILY

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eo Stein-Ploch Smart Clothes fo'r Sprirng a, r(,re

That should be all the announcment Uim essary, bh- iipw tW Stein-
Bloch supremacy is so well knowni.
We're so enthusiastic, however, about these newsuit hat we mlust add
a few wvordis in praise of themw The - t tern>siare so fresh an:d
new-the colorings are so soft andpesn-u nwsye r
so full cf smartness with the caatrsi ti-ioh rfn
inent, that we know, you'll like( them 1l)tter than :eve:r.
Needless to say, the tailoring is as ne('aly pelrfect as humi~an skirlln
ingenuity Can make it-the same i erferodion of detail Ithat has
helped to mlaintain Stein-rfloch Smart Clothets ii ther p lositiwlon o
acknow ledged supremacy for sixty par1s.
Coin~lg in now to see the spr.ing showing nhih; o'ol10tioCAI
Vayour part to buy, and Nwe willtake as 6nneh plesu~re iUisho4iing
them as you will deriNvc fromnt ng hm

It's a Bird, W at
Why The New
C. and K. Spring Block
We have them on display
Tinker & Company
C-or. S. State and William
J ust. received a snappy line
of golf caps
>Better let uss show you while the
line is, complete

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Will you come today?

Your, very truly,
I*lDEN SCMM.'i1TT.AFL

EGFebruary Clea-up SALE on BOSTON-
IAN and FLORSHEIM SHOES tar 10
DAY'S. Spring Styles arriving Daily
which will be inclliuded lin this Sale.
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Stage Make Ups for
S tudent .Theatrical Productions
Face Paitsi Powders, Cold Creams,,
Rouges, Lip Sticks, Etc. ..:..::
A Vnuf Line at
THE: EBER8ACH e&lSON CO. ~-O . iet t

No Drops8
Needed in Our
Eve Examination.
My specialty is making
Dlrugless Eye AEx aminalions-,
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
require.
Slop facilities enable mie to
make your glasses, giving }You
quick service.
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
0ptometlist- Optician
'twith Arnold & CO., jtnelekis, 220 S. llain tu,.!

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THINKS POLES SLIHTE
M'ditor, TheIMichig n lDaily:
I t:ake(,the opsportunity to texpress;
thr1ough 7the olumns1%1 1 5of The Daily my
most earnes t G'tSt against the adtic)U
o:' the 1i, anaeent of the All Nationl
Revue t'in announ1cinig the Polish
danlces 'tdi' the headling Russian.
The P ;Ih dances;, as the Polish
culture in general, are etreydis-
tinc t1.fro 1the Russian. and have noth-
in"; inicomoIith theml. Neither
the I 'oli1sh11(?uI re nor Polish' institu-
tionls shouhi beL coifo1uded with those
of the three Nations agi -t hich1
P'oland h as, for over a ce ntuiry, beeni
strugling' to regain herndpnd-
nat iinal fexistence.
1 (lo not care to discuss the faet
tht l( lae as;ivoen to Poland in
theprogra n!1 cent ai n:ing 11.ngina1ry
natiCn 811(1 fll atiolls iW, 1represen~ted
on, 1l-camcu I only i shi1to ex-
pres_;s 11y s11r1rise tha;t the erudition
of the mn.ag; eent of a, university af-
raii should be s o limnitedl.
Asst. lProf. Mech. Eni~tg.
ENGINEERS TOREAR STOUFFER~
lPu- ov itks (onl ubject of First Aid
This Evening
D~r. C. 13. Stouffer, of the university
hea lthl service, vwill address the Engi-
neering1;, scciety tonight in room 348 of
thet engine11er ing- buildinig on the gen-
(cml. s.ubjct of f Iirst aidl. His lecture
I(b (leonstmni,1a1~ yvarious deathl
preeilixo aplancs.intluding theC
p)Im torl.
Wit timI heIPct lFwyears thlere has
1)001'1 a growing seiine'(2nt among tho
enzgineeroing f; aculty <ias to--the sudnc s-
siy0 each'in.g engineer ing studlents
the 'first lprineciples (of'frst aidl before
gralthiiou. Comparatively fe-w stu-
(entts have been able to take the regu-
lar adrs oic«oeb-cauise of conflicts.
anditihoed I bytheengineering so-
°icty tha,t_ -o ,,menespecially will be
prese-(nt ,a1 <he lecture.
D~r. St o, ier's lecture will embrace
the various meothods of resuscitation
from el c t rica I shocks,'(ireowiling, andl
asphyxiaItion.
KENYON SPEAKS* ON BALLADS

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FOlt ('ltls that lit
your form, retain
perfect shape and
follow the mfovemen~lt of
your body,; have thenm
I'-Milored to your individual
order by our famous Chi-
cago tailors.
ED). 1. PRI('E &('0.
4;ke
AT~ whatever price you
jiny. for the wvool-
ens you select, the
cost will be many dollars
below what the average
tailor Avouil ask you for
e(Iulal (quality.
F. W. Gross

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New Spring~ Suits
R-B. Fashisn Clothes $15 to $2 5
They cane in on a rush-New' Oxford Greys,
"Banjo" '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 hiats in the "cob web,"'
"comfort" and regular weighits. All the colors that
are to be popular this spring--Gaelic green predomi-
nating.
Ne'wSpring hirts
Manhattan, $12.50 to $5
You'll like the Manhattan spring shirts. Take
a look at the new "lattice"' pattern. Silks and
madras. F1rench and stiff cuffs.
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Let Your Spring Suit

Be FITFORM
The Cost is Not Greater, But the Satisfaction i
Come and see the latest fashion and effects in
men's Spring and Summer wearing apparel.
We will gladly show you without obli-
gation. Thus you may plan your
Spring outfit, but need not. .buy

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until ready.

Just received a 'big phipment of Wide Brim Green Hats
TOM CORBETT
116 E. Liberty St. Young Men's Clothier
"Fitform is GAood Formt"
(Ready -to-put-on)

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Tills 11,1111INTEREST YOU.
Where it is necessary for a student
to make a loan to enable him to, fin-
ish 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 wil be paid in the event of his
death before he has been able to play
it off out of his earnings.'1'harry Bach-
er, District Ag ent, The Provident Life
and Trust Co., 516ti E Madison St.,
Phone 725-IM.

TO SHOW AEROPLANE MODELS
Aeroiiutic ip In n o ('on fun~
E'-ililt V-A3 17and IS
Arragemntshave be-en completedl
byv the acronautics departm~ent to ex-
hbit a number of aeroplaine. models
in taonnection with the naval exiblition
to be held May 17 anud 18.e Large work-
ing models showing every detail of
aeroplane construction, will be shown.
Amrong the various makes to be exhib-
ited are thie Bleiot monoplane, the
famious G erniani Taube, the Frenchi
Nicuport, thie utiss;- flying boat, an(l
the Wrightt hydr o-aeroplane.
Arrangementis have also been coin-
pleted' for soh~ on~e of the new1
United States army mlilita r°,tI-actors,
aiveritable flyinzgfortro~s.
The aeronautics deprartment is in
possession' of a large six-passenger
balloon which 'it will attempt to in-
date and, exhibit in the quadrangle near
the engineering building. Lewis C.
Wilcoxen, U14SF, has been appointed to
asitK. 'Warren. Heinrichi, chair man
of ithe committee in chiarge of the cx-
hibit.
Secr-etary Daniels, of the navy.(de-
partment, has notified the committee
that a squiad of U-nited S C<tts marines
will be detailed to asitin the man-
agement oif the exibition.
j o to your Church Sna, a.12.

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Go to your Church Sunday, Mar. 12.
Whether you want to take a train
or mnake a call, we will get you there
on time. Our service is just as
prompt in bad weather as on pleasant
days. Stark Taxicab Co.. phone 2255.

41ccg'il lki ' I'rofrssoi4r '~'i'm-ae, r % 4 'til
F'ie in Spanish "Epic
South American Spanish ballads
still bear ren mlance to those suing
in old Spain du ring the period when
the Moors were the controlling factor
in the goverinment there, acc-ordling
to the statemient of Professor Her-
be rt Kenyon, ins his lecture on "Span-
ish Ballads" yesterday afternoon in
,-ivers ity hall, under the auspices
of the Spaish facuilty and the Latin-
American club.
Professor Kenyon traced the devel-
opmfent of the ballad from the old
Spanish epics of events down to the
modern formh, in which it is of a Idra-
matic (-haracter. There are about
0,0008 of these ballads, and the pro-
fessor gave selections from those rep-
resentative of various periodls to (dem-
onstrate their change in form.
The re uiarmeting of the 1\ichi-
gu (1-hapter of The Intercollegiate So-
cialist society scheduled for tonight
hias been postponed- until next w eek.

Adelphi tIoLIse of Representatives
Pikdthe Iollowing team yesterday
aite;ioonl to compete in the annual in-
ter-::ociety cup debate: [1. D. H-op-
kinis, '16, J. It. Simpson, "13, ,and' W.
A. Pearl, 'M T rhese men will meet
a team from Jeffersoniain society in
the semi-finals which will be held
A ft th:at time Alpha Nu will also meet
Webtersociety and' the winners of
these two contests will meet a fewe
wveeks later- in the flials.
3offersoxiimti Society to Meet ToniighJt
Jeffersonian society will hold its
regxular infeting in the Jeffersonian
rooms. Lawk building, at 7:30 o'clock
tonight.
At that time -names will be turned
in for try-outs for the annual cup
debate. The tr-y-outs will be held in
about two weeks.

my legs were longer.I feel
than this - my, yies.
My wife sent me out to
absentmin~dedly asked for
"Sure," sa ys the man, "I kri
The Perfect Toba-

like stepping much high

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buy some ginger,
it in the tobacco

andiT
shop.

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no what you mean-
rc for Pipe and CYgarette

EXCLUSIVE
young men's haberdashery on sale
N. F. Allen & Co., Main street.

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Pat roize Rally Advertizers.

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LOSS'.
Lost-WVaterman Fountain Pen in
-North Wing, U. H-all. ReLward. Call
11O-Mr.
FOR SALE.

FO'It RENT.

You on't Have To Purchase
Any Extra Attachments to Get the
BEST RESULTS FROM THE VICTOR VICTROLA

The reason you get that lively, quick action, forward-march sensatio
out of a pipe of Tuxedo is that it has the body a nd the richness t
refresh, animate aind invigorate you.
No other tobacco' will please your taste
as well as "Tux". And you won't have to r~
quit just as you get going good-no smart-
ing tongue or dry, parched throat goes with,
"Tux"-the original "Tuxedo Process" re- ® a
moves every trace of "bite" and harshness.
'YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE 4 I
Convenient, glassine vvrapped, Sc
moisture-proof pouch ...
Famous green tin with gold 1t
lettering, curved to fit pocket 10 +J
In Tin [Jumidors, 40c and 80c,-
In Glass Ilumid'ors, 54c and 9Cc
THIE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY

For Ren-S-(tiltec oskei
roonms, four i,'oomns nd bth (onile-
ly f'urnished, leeti'c+ic iau afr
'1ilrnot. l'ho l,, "81-111

The World's Famous ARTISTS Make Reoords for
The Victor Victrola Only
Try Our Twenty-four Hour Approval Plan

For

-Four Union 'Opera Seats;
ednesday and two Fridays'

Crinell Bros3.

1 16 South Main St.
Phone 1707

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