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The Michigan Daily, 1916-03-29

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THE MtIHI,GAN. DAILY

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of a man's enjoyment

of his environment and

It's a Bird, What?'
Why The New
C. 'and K. 'Spring Block
.We have them on display
Tinker & Company
Cor. S. State and William
Just 'received a snappy line┬░
of golf caps
Better let us show you while mile
line is complete

associations is determin.ed

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his owl self-respect.

Smart Clothes

meet the utmost requir(
ments in dress.

$i8 tO$35

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Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.

START NEW UION WHEN , EU 'D
NO c, t I4A111:trsed by Iltiid.
W~ork~ on the new Union d'aicing wi'i
nt be started until the jn'llon-dollar
u~im-1, 1as been -eaceied.
T hi,- new policy has jw-1 been ;in-
tofllnc.'d by the b U~i .lir commI3Ilttn'.e,
wdich Behoes that it is liotler to . -
pure suft' ci''nt subscriptionl. to insure
the endIow mnen t money c fore breaiz
lug grunud for the coall.,-1-se. Tho
cipai ns to c oi1,tP the t',Aon fua l
wit! be p'usbvd vigorousj)y inxt month.
I 'la, nc f: t special ajulp9:gns in .
of th~e larger cities of tle Un~itedi
States, to take place the last week of
April, have also been formulated. It
is expected that by the time these cam-
paigns have been finished, together
With th1e closing of the canvass work
in the smaw ller districts, that the mui-
lion dollar imark will haze bean
rea ched'. Rcen~tt reports show, decidl-
edl increases in the smaller towns,
which -were not so enlthusiastic fat
the start.'
*Detroit plans to raise at least $75-
000 more toward the fund,. while the
C'hicago alumni declare that they can
furni ,h at least $20,000 more. Toledo,
New York City, and San Francisco,
are also among those cities which will.
wage a special campaign next. month.
The faculty campaign, under Prof.
H. E. Riggs, of the engineering de-
partnment, will be pushed to a close
before the first of May, while the local
canvass, under Mr. Gardner S. Wil-
liams, will be completed at the same

Announcing-
New Spring Su its
R-B. Fashisn Clothes $15 to $2 5
r"They came in on a rush-New Oxford Greys,
"Banjo"' stripes, and blues. All wool, of course..
Advance spring models. Vou 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-

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Manhattan, $1.50 to $6
You'll like the Manhattan spring shirts. Take
a look at the new "lattice"' pattern. Silkis and
madras. French and stiff cuffs.
THE BIG 2. )C-2Qo

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"I' stisfiedl'7

New Spring Shirts

When you go home April 7, wear
A Royal Tailored Suit

Whether it's Peace, Politics,
Prohibition or Profit- there's
nothing like "keeping at it!"
Everybody dosen't agree' with
Billy Bryan-and we're strictly
('neutral,"' but everybody who
ever bought a suit of clothes
fromu us is strong for us.
Better call today and see our
exclusive, Spring woolens and
have us tailor you a' suit of
clothes that brings out. your own
individuality to advantage.
"Prices like you like to pay."

woolens at $18, 20, $22, $25-made to your order.
dan, Florsheim and Stetson Spring Footwear
CAMPUS BOOT ERY
308 S. State Street

The Grea Spring
FOR, MEN,
Style with a capital "S" has just ┬░arrived in the person of FIT.
FORM, Clothes for Young Men.
Now Ready For
Inspection
In spite. of all theories and rumors to the contrary, young men
will be better dressed this Spring and Summer than ever before, espey
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 i~n
grays, 'browns and tans are plentiful.

ent's Laboratory Supplies
Apparatus, Analytical Chemicals,
lassware and Instruments
The Eberbach & Son Co.
Manufactutrer. and Importers
200-204'E. Liberty St.

time.
The oa subscription to the
;ng fund to dte is $730,409;.25.
thant $1000 was received at the

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build-
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Union

TOM CORBETT

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116 E. Liberty St.

Young Men's Clol

309 S. Main St

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My specialty is making
.drugless .Eye .E xa)inaiions-
determining scientifically and
curately the glasses your eyes
require.
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
quick service.

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JOURNAL BUILDING DETROIT. MICHIGAN

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EMIL H. ARNOLDKI / __
O tmtitOpiinwith Arold & Co., jewelers, 220 S. MaillSt I

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"Fitform is Good Form"

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1i FASTEST ENGRAVERS IN THlE WEST

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PEAKS TODAY

IJ~ Talk on Opportunities of Enugi-
veer !After Graduiationi
"The Scope, and the Possibilities in
the Fild of E~lectrical Engineering,"
will be the subject of a speech, by
Prof. John C. Parker, of the electrical]
engineering department, at the fresh-
assembly, Wednesday, M'a rchi 29. At
the last meetng of the class, Prof. H.

H4. 1-ligbWie, also of the electrical en-
gineering department, dealt with the
field as it concernedl the engineer
before he left college. Prof. Parker
will speak of the subject as it will be
viewed by the engineer after hie is
out of college.
Advertizers in The 'Nichig an D~ally
are tihe reiable bwsine, s mni of te
city. It is to your adi-antaige to trade
wvith them. *

Intercolleae
Coluiuabina-:athletes tiro eperiene-
ing quite a bit of trouble on account
of late afternoon classes interfering
with practice.
the 1915 nine back and an abundlance
of material from last yenr's freshman
s luad_ available, the prospects for a
fast bas:_,lul team are very bright.
(1,11i fo'n ia-Ilse atl Idic association
is co;,:idering the p~roposition of re-
(huciing;tennis to a minor sport.
B -40;N --In iordler that the bosictall
team ma,,y get outdoor practice, the'
fre shmena shoveled the snow from the
diamond. This work was credited as
e~y nasium work.
EI aurt grd--Tbe Uni versit y Flyhlinc
Corps is now fully organized with 52
members.
Cornell-The minor Sports Comm it.
tee abolishedl swimming and hockey
as intercollegiate sports on account
of the lack of practicing facilities:
Fencine' was also abolished on ae-
cntof lack of interest.
IHOSPITAL NOTES
The case of Herbert Berger,, '181),
who was taken to thle hospital for ap-
pendicitis, is reported to be serious
Norman T. Thu rstor. 'I1 SE, who w"Is'
confined; in the hospital withi pneu-
mionia, hads left for his home in To-
ledo, 0Ohio.
F. C. Frank, '17D, is confined in
the hospital with appendicitis.
Paul Rogers, '161j, who undlerwent
ain operation for otitis media, will soon
bec dischargedl from the hospital.

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The uetaL I S F E splStr
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The $100,000 damage suit' of Leo
Garvey against the D. J. and C. rail-
roadl ocnupied the attention_ of the
circuit court, yesterday. The= comn-
plainant seeks reimbursement for =al-
leg;ed injuries received in a wreck
wh ichl tooks place between this city
and Ypsilanti about one' year ago.
Caivaug h and Burke, local attorneys,
are. re presenrting the defendants,. and
Judlge J. 0. Mlurfin, of Detroit, is con-
dnucting the case for Garvey. It' is
' xpectewl that this will be the 'last
jury trial to be heljd tat this term of
couirt.
We& havecoa first class. Tuner and
l'one Reg;ulaitor. Our chars are rea-
sonale! Gigeius a triaxl. Grinnell
Bros. 11 So. Mlain St., Phone 1707

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sparkle of sprightly spirits.
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SMOKING TOC' CO.

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of the city. It is to your advantage
to trade with .them.
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