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es for spring are hore!
Lt should be all the announc ront necessary, because the Stein-
Uloch supremacy is so well known.
're so enthusiastic, however, about these nw suits that we must add
a few words in praise of them. The patterns are so fresh and
new-the colorings are so :ost and pleasing-the new styles are
so full of smartness with the characteristic Stein-Bloch refine
ment, that we know you'll like them letter than ever.
dless to say, the tailoring i as nearly perfect as human skill and
ingenuity can make it-the same periection of detail that has
helped to maintain Stci.-Bloch Smart Clothes in their position of
acknowledged suprenacy For sixty years.
ning 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.
NO TELLIN6 WtIAT WE WILL BE
ABLE TO SAY ABOUT COLORS
ON 1DUPLIC ATE ORDERS
SO TAKE OUR ADVICE ANAD SEtUIE YOUR
while the lines are most complete and colors fast.
TINKER & COMPANY
34I2 S. ST ATE $TREETJ
This is no joke, if you want to prove
late in the season.
it, buy your supply of shirts
time against yours for our mutual benefit.
Yours very truly,
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & CO.
JOOTE.R Y State st.
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IEBERBACH C. SON CO. 200-204 E. Liberty St.
SPEAKS FOR"Y" SUNDAY
Business Man and Association Worker
to Talk in Hill Audi-
Fred B. Smith, leading New York
business man, will speak in Hill au-
ditorium Sunday, March 19. He will
speak under the auspices of the stud-
ent Y. M. C. A. at the Union services.
As a famous speaker, noted Y. M.
C. A. worker, and successful business
man, Mr. Smith has had a career as
interesting as it is well-known. He
first loomed up as a national figure
when the Spanish war opened and the
international committee of the Y. M.
C. A. found itself face to face with a
far-reaching opportunity for work
among the soldiers and sailors of the
United States.' A big man was needed
to head the work and Mr. Smith was
chosen. He went at once to the head-
quarters at the great camp of 65,000
men at Chickamauga, and there di-
rected the work, preaching to the
soldiers and comforting the sick.
In 1899 Mr. Smith was asked to
enter the service of the International
Y. M. C. A. Committee in the cam-
paign to impress the need of giving
greater emphasisto the religious work
of the association. During the cam-
paign Mr. Smith spoke to vast audi-
ences in all the principal cities of the
world and imbued thousands with his
Mr. Smith will speak Sunday on his
"Impressions of a World Tour."
Convince yourself first
that you are ettin
dependable fabrics in
clothes that are artistic,
fashionable and honest-
Ed. V Price & Co.
Chicago U. S. A.
and we'll deliver you
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
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-
New Spring Shirts
Manhattan, $1.50 to $5
f,'.You'll like the Manhattan spring shirts. Take
a look at the new "lattice" pattern. Silks and
madras. French and stiff cuffs.
TH-E B IG a o o-c
The Great Sprin
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pecialty is making
s ['ye I" aminations-
ring scientifically and
ly the glasses your eyes
facilities enable me to
>ur glasses, giving you
TIi o ,) I/
f.ASTEST ENGt3AVERS IN THE WEST
Style with a capital "S" has just arrived in the person of FE
F CRM Olothes for Young Men.
Now Ready For
In spite of -all theories and rumors to the contrary, young me
will be better dressed this Spring and Summer than ever before, espe
cially those who are fortunate enough to wear FITFORM.
The Spring suitings are largely in stripes, with a variety enormou
and exceedingly pleasing. You will find also a generous sprinkling o
checks if your taste runs in that direction, while fancy fabrics i
grays, browns and tans are plentiful.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
O ptometrist- Optician
old & Co., JeWelerS, 220 S. Ain 5trI
WITH A COMFORT-
a ABLE LOW FRDNT
2 FOR. 25V.
'ICKET SALE IEGINS FOR
SECOND UNIVERSITY DANCE
Tickets for the second of the re-
ently instituted "university dances,'.,
rhich are held at the Packard acad
mny Saturday nights under the aus-
ices of the Student Council ,will go
n sale today in the main corridor of
niversity hall from 11:00 o'clock to
2:00 o'clock and from 2:00 o'clock to
These dances are open to all stu-
dents irrespective of their member-
ship in the Union. Tickets for the
occasion sell at 50 cents. The chap-
erons will be announced in tomorrow's
issue of The Daily.
NOR hAN T. TlHURSTON'S CON.
ITION GREATLY IMPROVED
The condition of Norman T. Thurs-
ton, '18E, who is confined in the hos-
pital with a severe attack of pneu-
monia, is greatly improved. Thurs-
ton was a member of the freshman
track team last year and was out- sev-
eral times this year. Coach "Steve"
Farrell said that with more practice
the sophomore would make good in
low hurdling and particularly in the
WATERMAN GYM PLANS
Bids for Construction Work Will B
Received Until Mectimg of
Regents in Tway
Plans and specification for the pro-
posed extensions and improvements for
Waterman gymnasium will be put on
file in the office of the secretary of the
university this morning where they may
be viewed by contractors intending to
make bids for the construction. The
plans, which were authorized by a
resolution of the Board of Regents ir
February, 1915, have been prepared
by the department of buildings and
grounds of the 'university under the
direction of Superintendent James H.
Estimates for only a part of the im-
provements will be received at pres-
ent because the appropriation of $50,-
000 will not be sufficient to cover all
of the proposed changes. The exten-
sion of the main floor 48 feet both
east and west, however, will be in-
cluded, as well as the addition of
new shower baths, which were de-
manded last fall in the student agi-
tation for better gymnasium facili-
ties. When another appropriation is
made a swimming pool will be con-
structed in the basement, and a three-
story tier of offices and rooms for
minor sports will be put up on the
south side of the building.
Bids for the construction and equip-
ment probably will be received until
the May meeting of the regents.
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of the
city. It is to your interest to trade
with them. **
clothes that are attract-
ive, shapely and of
Be measured today!
Fred W. Gross
309. S Main
814 S. State
Minnesoa-If a call for volunteers
is made it is quite likely that a regi-
ment will be raised at the university
composed of present and former mem-
bers of the university cadet corps.
Stanford-As a result of i meeting
recently held, it is posible that volun-
tary military drill will be established.
Chancellor Jordan is in favor of the
Ohio-One hundred and se'enteen
men were dropped from school on ac-
count of unsatisfactory grades.
Texas-AN one-armed outfielder is
captain of the baseball team and the
best player on the nine. Last year,
he accepted 115 chances without an
error and lit safely in 16 games.
Columbia-A silver cup will be giv-
en to the member of the football team
who attains the highest scholarship
standard, by the class of '13.
V irdu(--Vaughan, the basketball
and- assistant football coach, has re-
signedto assume a similar position at
the University of California.
Wisconsin--As the result of a recent
combination of the Madison cleaners
and dyers, fraternities may organize
their own cleaning and pressing shop.
Illinois-)lajor Vincent, of the Il-
linois National Guard, asked all men
who would go to Mexico if called,
116 E. Liberty St.
"Fitform is Good Form"
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center, first balcony, for Philhar-
monic orchestra concert tonight.
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Saturday night Opera, tenth row.
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