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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Are You Prepared For
Spring Vacation?

It's Here-
The New 3A Special with the
NEW RANGE FINDER
Greatest Thing Out. Prices from $49.00 to $77.00

You are a Michigan Man.with
Michigan Tastes.
Live up to old Traditions!
Go home with a Malcolm suit
and make your old
Home tailor look at you twice

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LYNDON'S

VI,

"WILD OATS" IDEA IS WRONG
"Dad" Elliott Declares Life in College
Has Big Influence
"What the student is in college,"
said "Dad" Elliott at the "Y" meeting
in the Arcade theater Sunday evening,
"nine times out of ten he will be in
after life. There used to be an idea
prevalent in this country that a young
man could sow his wild oats while in
college, and then when he graduated
change his manner of living entirely."
"Dad" then went on to tell of vari-
ous experiences in dealing with young
men with whom he has come into
contact in his travels throughout the
mid-west. He stated that there were
not enough students in the universi-I

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ties today who had the stamina to
stand up for what they believed was
the right, but that the majority were
willing to slide along with the rest
of the crowd because it was much
easier.
In concluding his remarks, Mr. El-
liott brought out the fact that the real
challenge of the nation to the college
student of today is that he enter into
the politics of his own government
with the aim to put them on a higher
plane than they have been, in the past.
Shakespearean Class Stages Recital
Professor Trueblood's class in
Shakespearean reading will give a pub-
lic recital of "Richard III" tomorrow
night at 8:00 o'clock in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. An invitation is extended
to all students and others interested..

WAR HURTS MISSIONARY WORK
White Says Prepa edness Is Needed
in This Field
"Missions in the Light of the World
War" was the subject of a lecture
given at the Presbyterian church.
Sunday evening, by President G. Camp-
bell White of Wooster University.
*'This war," said President MWite.
"has complicated the missionary situ-
ation in a great many ways. It has
emphasized afresh the peed of relig-
ion and the inadequacy of civiliza-
tion."
The speaker characterized missions,
in the light of this war, as the great-
est conquest yet remaining to man. He
showed how the present situation had
forced America into religious leader-
ship. "Are we," he asked, "Going to
have enough 'spiritual preparedness'
to enter into this position?"
Totem Clb to Hold Meeting Tonight
The Totem club will hold an im-
portant meeting at 7:00 o'clock tonight
in room 105, U-hall. In addition to
other business there will be a discus-
sion of plans for a spring dance to be
held in Detroit during vacation.
In future all cars stop at Good-
years Drug Store. tf

Shows at 3:OO 6:30. 8:00, 9:30

Tues. 4-Muriel Ostriltce in "A Circus
Romance."
Thnur, -(-iI Ivin Brennan n d Grace
Illmston in 1 Ite IBlack 'ear.
Orpheum Theatre
The Home of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
Matinees,2.O, 3:15 Evening, 6:45,.8:oo
9:15 Saturdays -Holidays Continuous
uesdav-MaLc lioro and Wilfred
Lucas in eI'hWood Nymph." Also
Triangle C ""1d-,''hc Perilsof the
I a~rk.
Wed. -. - Margerite Clark in Still
WVatecrs. Rebooked,
Thurs.-Fri.-6-7- Fanny Ward in Ten-
nessee's Pardner.
Taxi 2255, open under new manage-

wed, & Sat. GARRICK April 2
DETROIT
Victor Herberts latest musical triumph
tThe Princess Pat"
A R CAD E

With one of Malcolm's
Spring Overcoats the
Crowd follows you
Get at the head of the
College Line and its easy
To stay there
We have everything a
Man wants

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This is the prize winning advertisement written
by advertising class last semester.
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Sai ing for Students and Others
P. S.- He uses the grade and kind
(Velox, Cyko, Etc.) of paper he thinks
713 E. University best suited to any given negative.

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Seat Sale Today for Thurs.. Apr.6
TAYLOR
HOLMES
In a New Comedy Brimful
of Wholesome Fun

His Majesty
Bunker Bean
By LEE WILSON DODD
From Harry Leon Wilson's
WidelyRead Story. Pub-
lished in the Saturday_
Evening Post.
Direct From 6 Months a I
Cort Th- atre, Chicago.
Chicago Tribune Says:
"A cast so admirable that one is
tempted to call it pertect."

CHARTER CHANGE MEETS
APPROVAL OF CITY VOTERS
(Continued from Page One)
mained wet, and Jackson entered the
wet ranks by a 467 majority.
E. O. Wood of Flint won in 30 pre-
cincts of Wayne county by a two and
one-half to one majority over William
Comstock of Alpena, a former regent of
the university, for the Democratic Na-
tional committeeman.
Henry Ford on the Republican pri-
mary, took 892 votes, as compared to
367 for William Alden Smith. H. A.
Simpson received 68 votes.
D)RAMATIC EDITOR OF "TIMES"
LECTURES ON NEWSPAPER WORK
Mrs. E. H. McCormick, dramatic
editor of the Detroit Times, will talk
on newspaper work as a vocation for
women at 4:00 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon in room 202 West hall. The
public is invited.
Mr. Bryson's classes in newspaper
work will not meet Wednesday, but
the members of those classes will be
expected to attend the lecture in the
afternoon.

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HAT ARLE YOU WEARI ING ?

You, too, will be wearing one of the FASHION PARK suits--or ADL
ROCHESTER, or CLOTH=.CRAFT=-as soon as you find "yours"-=and
easy==among all the "tango" stripes, gray-greens, mixtures, grays
blues here in The Big Store.
You'll find just the style you've been waiting for in the fabric and at the price you want.
Come in and look them over before going home, anyway.
$15 to $35
Reule, Conlin, Fieel Co

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She said that they were good.
Didn't she? Those Maize and Blue
chocolates you bought her last va-
cation. Buy another box at Bloom-
field's. apr4
We have a first class Tuner and
Tone Regulator. Our charges are rea-
sonable! Give us a trial. Grinnell
Bros. 116 So. Ma:, St., Phone 1707

200 S o.
Main Street

No Action Taken on Memorial Question
An informal discussion of the Se-
nior Memorial question occupied the
attention of the chairmen of the me-
niorial committees of the eight classes
at their meeting at the Union last
night. No definite action was taken,
however, owing to the nearness of the
Easter vacation. Another meeting of
the chairmen will be held the first
night after vacation.
Look over the davertizements. They

ISpring Hats Ready
FLAT BRIMS THE LATEST
We have a large stock in all the new saes
and colors. Get your Spring hat of us. We
make hats, shape them to your hea 1 and give
you unequalled service. .
WE DO ALL KINDS OF HAT WORK
MEN: Your last season's hat reblocked.in-
to the new flat brim with a new band, will
please you and save you $a or $3.
LADIES: We rebiock Mila ns, Hemps,
Panamas, etc., into the new Shapes. They
trill please you.
FACTORY HAT STORE1

"Preparedness" is the watch-word.
Be prepared with the glad hand
Spring vacation by taking home a box
of Maize and Blue chocolates. Get

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