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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SPRING SHIRTINGS
1916

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in-}loch Smart Clothes for Spring are here!

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Announcing

That should be all the announcement necessary, because the Stein-
Bloch 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 fulltofasmartness with the characteristichStein-Bloch refine
mnent, that we know you'll like them better 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.
Coining i now to see tihe Spring showing entails no obligation on
your part to buy, and we will take as much pleasure in showing
thern as you will derive from seeing them.

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COLORS
FAST
NOW

TRADE R
oMAxKI

NO TELLING WHAT WE WILL BE
ABLE TO SAY ABOUT COLORS
ON DUPLICATE ORDERS

SO TAKE OUR ADVICE AND SECURE YOUR
SELECTIONS NOW
while the lines are most complete and colors fast.
TINKER & COMPANY
342 S. STATE STREET
This is no joke, if you want to prove it, buy your supply of shirts
late in the season.

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

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Wil you come today?

Yours very truly,
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & CO.

FOR

NEW SPRING

SHOES

GO TO

308 so.
CAMPUS OOTERY state. St.

MUST QUALIFY FOR NEW
YORK CITY BANK JOBS
Students Interested in Fellowships
Are Asked for Statements
of Pre jous Experience
The first development directly con-
cerning students of the plan'to send
men to work with the National City
bank in New York city came yester-
day afternoon in the form of an an-
nouncement from Prof. Dowrie saying
that all those interested must submit
evidence that they are qualified to
take advantage of the bank's offer.
The announcement is as follows
"All students who wish to be con-
sidered as candidates for the fellow-
ships offered by the National City
Bank of New York must submit to G.
W. Dowrie, 209 Economics building,
on or before Monday, March 20, the
following evidence of their qualifi-
cation to fill such an appointment:
"1. A detailed statement of experi-
ence in a bank or business house.
"r,. A statement of courses pur-
sued here or elsewhere which have a
bearing upon preparation for bank-
ing.

Stage Make Ups for
Student Theatrical Productions
Face Paints, Powders, Cold Creams.
Rouges, Lip Sticks, Etc. ::.. :..:
_AFull Line at
THE EBERBACH 4 SON CO. 200-204E. Liberty St.
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No Drops
Needed in Our
Eye Examination.
My specialty is making
Drugless Eye ExaminaziOns-
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., Jewelirs, 220S. Main St.-

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0Goods
BASE 1916 BALL
SHOES
To play well you must be well shod
"CLUB SPECIAL"
SPRINTING
No. OS - - The Pair - - - $5.00
Long time favorites on all ball fields
Catalogue Mailed on Request
A. G. SPALDING
& BROS.
121 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, - - - - Michigan
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JET WOOD
A SMART COLLAR.
WITH A COMFOR.T-
ABLE LOW FRONT
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2 Fo. 25¢
TROYS BEST
pMODUCT

After the Opera
dance at Granger's

Friday evening,
until 2:00 o'clock.

Russian languages.
"1. Testimonials from bankers or
business men by whom he has been
employed.
"From the list of applicants six
will be selected and these men will
go to Chicago in April to meet Mr.
Gies, one of the 19residents of the
bank. He has guaranteed to accept
at least one of the men, and the
student or students accepted will go
to New York and work during the
summer in the offices there. They
will continue to do this until they
have graduated. They will then go
to New York and work steadily in
preparation for a position in one of
the foreign branches.
MAY TO JUIGE DETROIT BOUTS;
BEVENS REPORTED ENTERED
Dr. G. A. May, physical director of
Waterman gymnasium, has been se-
cured to judge the bouts in the De-
troit Inter-City Boxing Tournament
which will be held Friday and Satur-
day of this week at the Detroit Ath-
letic club.
According to a current report C. H.
Bevens, '19E, is entered in the tour-
nament and there is a possibility that
"Doc" may be called upon to act as
judge in the bout in which the local
man figures.
Entries for Interelass Track Meet
Entries for the interclass track
meet to be held next Saturday after-
noon may be made on the entry sheet
posted in Waterman gym. Men in-
tending to enter the meet are urged
to hand their names in as soon as
possible.
Hold Civil Service Tests in Forestry
The graduate foresters will take
their civil service examinations today
and tomorrow. Only eight of the num-
ber will be employed by the govern-
ment. The examinations will be held
in the City Hall.
Canadian Club Dances March 23
Canadian club members will hold
their annual dance at the Packard
academy, Thursday, March 23. Danc-
ing will last from 9:00 o'clock to
1:00. Fischers Saxophone Trio will
furnish the music.
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that you are ettin
dependable fabrics in
clothes that are artistic,
fashionable and honest-
ly tailoed by
Ed. Price& Co-
Merchant Tailors
Chica,o U. S.A.
and we'l dehver you
clothes that are attract-
ive, shapely and o f
long-Wearin, service.
Be measured today!
Fred W. Gros
309.3$ Main
814 S State
Itercotegiate
Columbia-Instead of spring foot-
ball practice, the coach lectures to the
len on the theory of football.
Pennsylvanla-Followlng an address
by Major-General Wood,. entitled "The
College Man's Duty to the Nation,"
1953 students signed a petition asing
the trustees to adopt military train
ing.S ai
Purdue-A conentonal green hat
has been adopted for freshman girls.
Harvard-Over o0 students have
signed a petition in favor of Louis .
Brandeis, whose appointment as as-
sociate justice to the Supreme Court is
being held up by the Senate. i
Fordham-On account of the lack of
interest shown in athletics, the alum-
ni are endeavoring to put sports on
a compulsory footing.
CoPur ba-The freshmen and soph-
omores wvia settle their differences by
a snowball battle,
Farrell to Referee Kalamazoo Meet
Coach "Steve" Farrell of the Varsity
track team will act as referee of the
Kalamazoo college interscholastic
meet which is scheduled to take place
in the early part of April. The meet
promises to be one of the largest which
has been staged in the Celery City, 400
entries haing been received.

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 them
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 that
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. Take
a look at the new "lattice" pattern. Silks and
madras. French and stiff cuffs.
THE B I -
The Great Spring

"Fitform is Good Form"

Opening
FOR. MEN'

Style with a capital "S" has just arrived i1 the
FORM Clothes for Young Men:

TOM CORBETT

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116 E. Liberty St.

Young Men's Clothier

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Now Ready For
Inspection
In spite of all theories and rumors to the contrary, young me
will be better dressed this Spring and Summer than ever before, esp(
cially those who are fortunate enoubh to wear FITFORM.
The Spring suitings are largely in stripes, with a variety enormo
and exceedingly pleasing. You will find also a generous sprinkling
checks if your taste runs in that direction, while fancy fabrics
grays, browns and tans are plentiful.

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OVERCOATS
and rain coats from the house of Rup.
penbebaer, on sale by N. F. Allen Co.,
Main St.

$121

Try Hixson's new stag lunch.
Williams St.
Call Lyndon for good pictures.

Leave Copy LI I ELeave Copy
at at
Quarry's and Students'
The Delta Supply Store
ADVERTIS I N G

The Smoke of en Who Win
A fresh-rolled "Bull" Dr an cig"rette almost
says "Speed up!".right o .. .een-dyed, clear-
headed young fellows smoke "Bu'I Durham because
it has the sparkle and the "punch-the youthful
vim and vigor. Every time you "roll your own" with
"Bull" Durham you open the door to Hustle.
GENLJIN E
SMOKING T CZ -
"Bull" lIurham is unique amongry tie worlc9 tobaccos.
It is distinguished from all others by its wond-r- mildness,
its delicious mellow-sweet flavor and its distinctive aroma.
That's because it's made of the very
choicest of rich, ripe Virginia-North Caro- -
lina "br'-ht"leaf-the smoothest and mel-
lowert tobacco in the world. .

FOR SAIN

H~ISCELLAIREOVV

FOR SALE-Two tickets in front row
of balcony for tonight's opera. Call
1274-M. 534 Hill St.
FOR RENT.
For Rent--Suite of housekeeping
rooms, four rooms and bath complete-
ly furnished, electric lights, gas, fur-
nace. Five minutes walk from cam-
pus. Very reasonable. Inquire 1327E
Wilmot. Phone 984-M.
FOR EXCHANGE
FOR EXCIIANGE--Two Opera tickets
lower floor, Friday night for tick-
ets Thursday night. DeHaven, 119-R.
FOR EXCHANGE-3 one-dollar Union
Opera tickets, Friday night, for 3
on either Saturday afternoon or
night. Call 746-M. Hoag.

In our specialty department, we
employ college men and women for
summer vacation period. Line "Easy"
Vacuum Washing Machines, Liberal
commissions. Get your territory now.
"Easy" Washer Company, 400 Vinney
Bldg., Syracuse, N. Y. mar14,15
Attention 1916 Laws. Must sacrifice
established law business, including
law library and office furniture, in live
city of 500( in Michigan. Address Box
P, Michigan Daily Office.
WANTED
WANTED-Experienced bookkeeper to
work two or three hours per day.
State former experience and charac-
ter of firm's business. Box H, c(
Daily.

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