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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

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ou Tall Chaps-

Who think a ready-made suit can't fit
you - be prepared t o have a favorite
theory destroyed as soon as you stand in
front of our mirror and see how perfect-
ly, how gracefully a
S T E IN B L O C H "ong " Suit
built for your particular needs, fits you
and becomes von.

Announcing-
- 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, X2.50 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.

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Prices $18 to $35

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Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.

ER ESHME DEU L Sl OPHS
SECo ND WiMEN'S BASKETBALL
GAiE ( 'OES T ) YEARLINGS,

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Student's Laboratory Supplies
Scientific Apparatus, Analytical Chemicals,
Glassware and Instruments
The Eberbach & Son Co.
Manufacturers and Importers
200-204 E. Liberty St.

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No Props
Needed in Our
Eye Examination.
My s p e ci al fty is making
D)rugless Eye /raininazins-
determiing scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
require.
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
quick service.
We grind lenses.
UMIL H. ARNOLD
Optometrist-Opticiaa
with Arnold & co., Jewelers, 220S,. Main St.

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The second inter-class basketball
game which was played Saturday at
Barbour gymnasium resulted in a vic-
tory for the freshmen by a score of
28-15.
The work of the yearling forwards,
Captain Jenny Doemling and Lucille
Duff, was especially -effective, these
two scoring most of the baskets for
their team. Captain Louise Irish,
Marie Fluegel and Clarissa Vym, were
by far the most active on the sopho-
mnore side.
Thenext game in the series will be
a consolation game between the seniors
and sophomores, April 3, 1916.

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. At the aniinuad meeting of the Wom-
en's league, the reports of the offi-
cers and the following committees
were given: Judiciary Council, Board
of Representatives, Membership Coin-
mittee, Board of Advisors, House Com-
mittee, Social Service, Residence Halls,.
and Vocational Conference.
The new work of the Athletic De-
partment was outlined by the Presi-
dent, Helen Humphreys, '16. Amend-
ments to the constitution were made
concerning the policy and meeting of
the Board of Representatives and the
financing of the Athletic Department.
The dead of the part of Palmer
Field belonging to the Women's league
was made over to the University.
women, to begin next fall, was pre-
The plan for faculty teas for men and
sented by the board of advisors.
An invitation was extended to the
Women's league by the new County
Federation of Women's Clubs, for the
next meeting. April 11, Church of
Christ (Disciples).
'aCO iIeQ Goodwin, oi the (luirchl
Mission of New York City, will be the
house guest of Newberry residence,
from March 25 to March 28.pShe will_
be glad to meet all Episcopal girls.
Today at 3:00 o'clock she will talk at
Harris hall, and tomorrow she willz
be at home at Harris hall from 2:00
to 5:00 o'clock.
The anual jIliyie t1 culture demon-
stration will be given on Thursday,
March 30, at 4:00 o'clock, in Bar-t
bour gymnasium. This demonstration z
is given every year before the Statet
School Masters' association. Ticketst
may be obtained from Dean Jordan's1
secretary.
The 1916 refisions of the upoint sys-
ten have been posted o sthe bulletin
board in Barbour gymnasium.z

Times change a n d people
turn from one favorite to an-
other-in fact, public opinion
is, as a rule, changeable.
One thing, we'll guarantee,
however, no matter how "stren-
uous" your occupation, clothes
that we tailor to your individual
order will make good, because
they're made good.
And, also - public opinion
has continued in our favor for
a mighty long time on account
of the service we afford.
Leave your measure - today!

The Gr eat Spring
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Style with a caipital "S" ha just airrivied in the person of FIT-
FORM Clothes for Young Me4n .
Now Ready For
Inspection
In spite of all theories and rumors to the contrary, young men
will he 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 enormous
and exceedingly pleasing. You will find also a generous sprinkling of
checks if your taste runs in that direction, while fancy fabrics in
grays, browns and tans are plentiful.
TM GORBETT
116 E. Liberty St. Young Men's Clothier
"Fitform is Good Form"
Matinee faily ARRICII(SIX IGHTS
Ater Mnday E T R OI T FiVE MAIS
Week,Mar.27
THE WORLD'S GREATEST
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The local headuqarters oi the W ar'
Relief committee will sen(l out seven
mionev and workers to continue the
The things most needed at lpresent
are adhesive plaster, rubber gloves,
socks, surgeons' gowns, absorbent cot-;
ton, cotton cardls, gauze, rubber sheet-E
ing, ether, hospital supplies, strong
peasants' ihoes and stockings for
women and children, and materials
of all kinds of clothing.

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WANTED.
TH E FO ILOW INC LINES: MOTOR
ASSEMBLERS, MACI LINE PER-
ATORS, BLOCK TESTERS, AND
REPA 1R. STEAI)Y EMPLOYMENT.
LEWIS SPRING & A XLE COM-
PANY. ClELSEA, MICIGAN.
WANT El)--Student to act as local
wholesale agent on goodl proposi-
tion. Inqunire of the husincss man-
ager of The Daily at Daily oIlie.
Monday, between 11:00 and 12:00
o'clock A M.
WANTED--Student to sell high grade
well known food lproduct to Frater-
nities and Boarding I louses. Sells
ir good quan tity I iberal comnis-
sion to sincere worker. Address 1.
0. Box 484. Battle Creek, Michigan.
I'OR SA.LE
FORt SALE-Two "Cover Coupons"
for May Festival, $4.0l worth, $6.00.
Phone 267- .

LOST
LOST---W il1 the person who took pair
or short white kid gloves from the
Union Friday night please return to
Newbe rry Dormitory.
LOST ---Sigma Xi key on North Uni-
veitly Ave.. or North State St. Own-
er's name on back. Reward. Phone
223,-
i'JOUND
POP> l'----PriCndship bracelet with
lin.( Owner ;ay have same by
calling at Michigan Daily office.
MISCELLAM otra
ITAL IA '7N STUIJIENT will tutor or
translate Italian language for" a
reasonable charge. Address Box I,
ADi'VRISES n he Mihia
D)ailyarc the reliable bu1siness men
of the city. It is to your advantage
to trade with them,

THE RHEIGIOUSfOTRUM
My Dear Frater:
?fly only objection to religion is that
it takes the joy out of life. Tphe pain-
ful process began when I was a mere
child and is associated with long Sun-
lays of "don'ts" and "must nots" in-
terjected at regular intervals of seven
days. It continued until I was old
enough to act on my own initiative.
I've come to regard religion as a mod-
ern "kill-joy,"-something to be avoid-
ed if a man wants to live happily.
(Signed) E. S.
After reading your frank letter, I
felt that your whole trouble centered
in the failure to distinguish between
religion and the many forms in which
religion expresses itself. Your parents
evidently forgot, as mine did, that the

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"Sabbath was made for man," and.
made the day hateful to you by their
restrictions. I can remember the se-
vere rules laid down by an aunt of
mine, who went so far as to prohibit
whistling on Sunday, Yet back of all
these restraints was a real spirit of
reverence, and if our people erred on
the side of form, we must not make
the mistake ,of making religion and
precept one, and lose even the good
that they received from Sunday ob-
servance.
Far from being a "kill-joy," religion
is the source of most of this world's
happiness. This life of ours is full
of unexplained mysteries; sorrow,
sickness, and death itself, and the only
factor that can surmount these ob-
stacles is our religious faith.
When the sincere student turns to
Christ to find out what kind of a life
he lived and what results religion.
ought to produce in true manhood, he
is surprised to find that the tradition-
al views of Jesus in art and literature,
as the man of grief and sorrow are
not true. When we first meet Jesus
he is attending a marriage feast, and
when he leaves us he offers as his
parting gift the joy. which cannot be
purchased in this world. The spirit
of Christ which fills the Bible gives
the honest reader the impression that
religion is the most joyous possession
in the world. If your religion is a
kill-joy, perhaps you may be harboring
a formal substitute in place of the
real thing. Do not let form or creed
stand between you and your own re-
ligious experience.

Harry

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THE MOST REMARKABLE COMPANY OF
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EVER ASSEMBLED
NIGHTS 50c to $2.00 MATIN EES 50c to $1.50
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WEEK Beginning Monday, APRIL 3-Mail Orders NOW, Seat Sale Thursday
Direct From Its Successful New York Engagement
JOHN CORT Presents
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Original cast, 7n'semul,1e and Orchestra
Book and Lyrics by Henry Blossou - Staged by Fred G. Iathaim

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We Carry This Line
No better graniteware made, yet the price is extremely low, when
you want a kettle or something in granite-try the ONYX-it
is hard baked and stands the wear. The largest assortment of
HOME goods,
Hoag's Home Supply Store
209-211 E. Washington St.

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Our Victor Reiord
w 1Trial !Service
Has been a great benefit
To Many Victrola Owners!
A trial of this service will Convince you
Cri ell Bs up or nos.ri P1e S:ainSt.
Call us up for information Phone "1707

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Try HIixson's new stag lunch. 5124
Williams St. -
Ten cents rents a good Eastman ko-
dak, any size you want. Lyndon's, 719
N. University.
Patroize a)nily advertisers. *

Ilarry Lauder, \Vorld's Famous Vt
satile Artist, coies to our city Ap:
'ifth! it is a real pleasure to he
him! Our concerts every day p
exact reproductions of his voice! I
sings for the Victor sictrola ori
and heathains records! Grinnell r
11 S.outhl 1ain St. 1Phonie 17G7.

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