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April 01, 1916 - Image 4

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'AGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ZHERE

is no Sport nor form

April 1 st to April 4th
With a hearty e(owe no urge you to avail yourself of this opportunity to become acquainted with the
new spring styles. lni et, eourteos salesmen will gladly show you through our stocks and explain
the new ideas im clothes. ('lothilg sityl.t a Iiclothing quality, is something with which every man should
b familimr-and sihOW iays w ill i riay reV al these points to you.

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of Recreation that can com-

pare with Canoeing. And there
is no Canoe that can compare
with an "Old Town." We
have a complete stock of "Old
Towns" on hand ready for im-
mediate use, and a full Line of
equipment. Come down and
look 'em over anyway.
U. ,f M. and Huron River
Boat Livery

Frankel $15 Suits
The new suits for Spring and Summer are well worth seeing.
We do not believe that ever have the patterns been more attractive-
and this we're sure of--nowhere will you find suit values to com-
pare with Frankel $15 Suits. You won't get better tailoring or style
in suits selling at considerably more than the price asked for these
suits--that's wiry so many fellows come back for the second, third
and many more suits after they're worn the first Franker Suits.
New Patterns and Models will be on Display
During Spring Show Days

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Reinforced Slide Easy
Neckwear, 50c,
65c and $1.00
Getting What You Want
in Shirts
is very easy here now, as we are show-
ing the finest lot of dress shirts we've
ever offered. If you have made up
your mind as to what kind of shirts
you want, it will only take you a min-
ute to find it at this store. If you
have notit won't take you long to
determine just what you want when
you see our broad selection of pat-
terns and variety of colors.
BATE STREET SHIRTS, $1.50,
$2.00 AN) UP.

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KNOX TALKS ON SALESMANSHIP
Speaker Calls Salesmanship Pli ilos-
ophy of Action in Lecture
"Salesmanship is the philosophy of
action, and the man who understands
this philosophy has twice the oppor-
tunities of the one-who does not," said
James S. Knox, head of the Knox
School of Salesmanship, of Cleveland,
in an address delivered last evening
in Newberry hall. Mr. Knox said that
there is a great demand for teachers
of salesmanship in the high schools
today, and that there are wonderful
opportunities for university students
who have learned to sell. He also
stated that the profession of sales-
manship was the biggest. paying pro-
fession to the college man today.
Republicans Meet to Organize Club
The campaign of the Republican
party for the, 1916 presidential elec-
tion received its first impetus here
when Frank E. Shaw, '13L, of Grand
Rapids, the Michigan member of the
National Republican Executive -com-
mittee, met several Republicans from
the student body at the Union Thurs-
lay.

VIEW HAS CHANGED, SAYS CATLIN GRANGER GIVES CHARTER VIEWS
Writers Have Ceased Attempts to Con-
trol Thought, According to Speaker Takes Exception to Statement That
City Wasted $200
According to Mr. George B. Catlin1
editorial writer on the DetroityNews; I In a letter to the Daily Times-News,
who lectured yesterday in West hall on City Clerk Ross Granger takes excep-
the subject, "Editorial Writing," this tion to a statement which appeared
department of the newspaper has un- :in Thursday's issue of The Daily to
dergone great changes since its in- the effect that the city could have
ception. "The editorial writers of saved $200 on a recent purchase of
the old school tried and often suc- cement. Mr. Granger denies the
ceeded in controlling the thought of charge.
the nation," said the speaker. "The "The entire amount paid for cement
writers of today," he continued, "seek purchased by the city last year," reads
only to make men think for them- the letter, "was only $983.40, therefore
selves by pointing out the relation any cash discount that could possibly
between past news and future events, be obtained would not amount to over
It is their purpose to introduce the $19.17, and that only if we had a
educatioial element into these col- so-called 'Yellow-Dog' fund, which
umnns. kXO ntninly da lit intni T11ii

Wear A Mallory Hat
Your hat thi spring should b selected from this store if you
want a hat with individuality. When you come here to pick out
your head wear you'll experiene the first thrill of satisfaction-
our stocks are so complete a to styles and shades. But your great-
est pleasure and satisfaction v ill come when you wear one, every
model here represents the -Vtest alue for your hat money. $3.01).

Branch, 814 South State Street

3092 Main Street

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Book Exchange to Open for last Time
For the last time this semester the
"Y" book exchange will be open from,
11:00 to 1:00 o'clock today. There
are about 50 books and about $30
awaiting claimants at the exchange.
The Michigan Daily for the rest of
the year, $1.00. **

We UCer inly IIm Inananl;ii. e IIe
board of public works always asks for
bids on cement or anything else used
in large quantities. There were 12
bids on last season's supply of ce-
ment, All contracts entered, into by
the board of public works, which is
composed of seven representative citi-
zens, must receive the approval of
the common council, which is com-
posed of 15 representative citizens. It

would certainly be harder to corrupt
bodies of this kind than a commission
of five, where there would be a ma-
jority which could easily be elected
by a few politicians. Under our pres-
ent system every expenditure and ev-
ery transaction is published in the Ann
Arbor Times News "
Mr. CxraAger then takes up the issue
of commission government and makes
the statement, "If the proposed char-

ter is adopted and they do things they1
intimate will be done under the com-
mission manager form of government,
it is my opinion that after the first year
double the amount of money will be
necessary to run the city. You can-
not in fairness compare Ann Arbor
with Dayton."
Look over the advertizements. They
will interest you. **

"Y" Offices to Have Same Quarters
During the construction of the new
Y. IT. C. A. building the "Y" offices
will be in the house which has been
used for the "YJ" headquarters. The
*house has been moved back about 100
feet, and may be reached by a plank
walk next to Goldman Bros. Office
hours will be in the morning from 7:30
to 11:30 o'clock, and in the afternoon
from 12:30 to 5:31 o'clock.

T, AI[lIe O IE D AT II F s III Q1 I PA , -
SOLD TO MEN
ho like to Select from Up-to-Snuff Styles, a igVariety of All-oI Fabrics and Moderate Prices
-COME IN AND S

eule, Conlin,Fiegel Co.

200 South Main Street

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