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New Spring Suits
R-B. Fashisn Clothes $15 to $2 5
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
You'll like the Manhattan spring shirts. Take
a look at the new "lattice" pattern. Silks and
tudras.;French and stiff cuffs.tt.
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Scientific Apparatus, Analytical Chemicals,
Glassware and Instruments
The Eberbach & Son Co.
Manufacturers and Importers
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determining scientifically and
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Shop facilities enable me to
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FORESTES' BAND GiVEs
.1. I. Pottinger Scheduled to Give Talk
on Recent Work of Forest Service
in the A14)alachians
The Forestry club band will make
their debut when they will give a
number of selections at the meeting
of the Forestry club smoker to be held
in their rooms in the new Science
building tonight. A number of banjo
players have been added to the organ-
ization and it is expected that they
will make things lively for the forest-
ers after the business meeting. Other
features will be eats and smokes and
the general "John Bunyan" stories.
Mr. J. H. Pottinger, instructor in for-
est mensuration, will give an illus-
trated talk on the recent work of the
forest scvice in the Appalachians.
Since the bill for the further appropri-
ation and acquisition of land is now
before Congress, his lecture is of spe-
NOMINATE Y, M, .A. OFFICERS
H. IV. Welch, '17, and Grant Cook, 'l17,
Are Opponents for Presidency
At a recen meeting of the nominat-
ing committee of the Y. M. C. A., the
following officers were nominated for
President: M. W. Welch, '17, Grant
L. Cook, '17L; vice president: Merle
Doty, '1SE, Joseph Mead, '17E, Willis
Nance, '17; secretary treasurer: Al-
bert Wakfield, '18, Rudolph Wuensch,
'17, Girl _Neumnann, '18.
The dcc;,ion will be held next week
and the voting will be done by means
of a system of duplicate cards. Each
member of the Y. M. C. A. will receive
by mail a card on which are printed
the names of the nominees. These
cards, which serve as ballots, are
then to be marked and returned to the
committce on elections. The exact
date for return has not yet been de-
cided, but will be noted on the card.
All members are eligible for a vote
and any not receiving ballots should
communicate with the Y. M. C. A. of-
fices -- -
ADDRESSES DIXIE CLUB MEN
Convince yourself first
that you are getting,
dependable fabrics in
clothes that are artistic,
fashionable and honest-
ly tailored by
Ed.V Price & Co.
Chicago U. S. A..
and we'll deliver you
clothes that are attract-
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914 S. State
The Great Spring
Style with a capital -"8" has just arrIv d in the Ierml of l"I
FIRM Clothes for Voun4 Me.
Now Ready For
In spite of all theories and rumors to the coitriary, young mn
will be better dressed this Spring and Summer than ever before, espe-
cially those who are fortunate enough to wear PJTE m O,
The Spring suitings are largely in stripes, with : ;arietv enirWnis
and exceedingly pleasing. You will find also a generous sprinkling 4
checks if your taste runs in that direction, whih fancy fabrics in
grays, browns and tans are plentiful.
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ATTENDS CHICAGO CONVENTION
Prof. Davis of Education Department
to Address Chicago Principals' Club
Prof. C. O. Davis of the education
department is in Chicago this week
attending a convention of the North
Central Association of Schools and
Colleges. Professor Davis is secre-
tary of the board of inspectors of the
Professor Davis will be absent all
this week and during that time he l
will speak before the Chicago club
of principals at the Chicago City club.
Mr. J. B. Edmondson, inspector of
Michigan high schools, accompanied
Professor Davis on his trip and will
remain in Chicago during the time the
association meets there.
Ti E GIRL who took the vanity casei
and gold watch from Granger's will1
do well to return same within theI
116 E. Liberty St. Young Men's Clothi4
"Fitform is Good Form" a
Ilarvard- harry aidmuint, Harvard's
newly elected captain, has ordered
spring practice for his squad to start
llfllsdale-Whien the itne of a ju.
nior who was recently married was
published, he left school because a
college rule provides that if a stu-
dent attending college marries he is
liable to expulsion.
Texas-A student club was lined
$25.00 for holding a dance until 4:00
o'clock. The rule is that all dances
must stop at 2:00 o'clock.
Columbia-The committee on ath-
letics has, with two exceptions, adopted
the policy of allowing freshmen to
represent the university on all ath-
letic teams. The two exceptions are
football and basketball.
West Point-For the first time it
the history of the military academy,
a cadet tennis team will meet other
college teams in competition.
Colorado-headed by the dean of
the Engineering College, 55 engineers
have pledged to join a volunteer en-
Foresters Draw Good Positions
M. I. Bradner, '16, and C. S. Sea-
brook, '17, have accepted positions for
the summer on the Wenatchee national
forest in Washington. They received
their positions through the forestry
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Prof. Phillips of History Department
liisesses North and South
"Southern Ideals" was the subject
of the address by Prof. U. B. Phillips
at the Dixie Club smoker at the Un-
ion last night. In a few words Prof.
Phillips told of some difference be-
tween the North and South and some
changes in the south.
F. W. Wood spoke of the purpose of
the club, addressing the new men in
particular. The club welcomes to
membership all men from the south.
The number of men from the South at-
tending the university has increased
greatly in the last few years, the
Social plans for the remainder of
the year were discussed. These in-
clude a dance at the Country club to
be held jointly with the Kentucky
club and Cabinet club. The date for
this event has not yet been fixed. The
annual banquet of the club will be
held soon after vacation. Plans for
this will be made at a regular busi-
ness meeting within the next two
weeks. William L. Owen was chair-
man of the evening's entertainment.
ENGINEERS LAND POSITIONS
Nearly Entire Senior Electrical En-
gineering Class Is Placed
Electrical concerns have already
spoken for practically the entire
graduating class of senior electrical
engineers. Although seniors are of-
ten placed before graduation it is un-
usual to have them spoken for so
early in the semester.
Among the firms who have applied
for men are: General Electric Co.,
Westinghouse Electric and Manufac-
turing company, Western Electric Co.,
Wagner Electric Co. of St. Louis, Bell
Telephone Operating interests and a
number of individuals.
Dr. Bartell to Address Chemists
Dr. F. E. Bartell of the chemistry de-
partment will read a paper at the reg-
ular meeting of the local branch of
the American Chemical society, which
will be held next Tuesday, March 28,
at 4:15 o'clock in room 151 of the
chemistry building. The subject has
not been announced as yet.
Colorado Club Banquets Tomorrow
The Colorado club of 'the university
will hold a dinner at the Union to-
morrow evening at 5:45 o'clock. All
members of the club are invited to be
present at that time.
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