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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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of his environment and
associations is determined by
his own self-respect.

Stei-m B ch
Smart Clothes

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 the
line is complete

meet the utmost require-
ments in dress.
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We are showing the niftiest line
Spring Suits, Top Coats, Ra
Coats, Sport Coats, Hats al
Furnishings in the city at popul
prices.

We have just received another b:
shipment of wide brim green ha

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Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.

The Stein-Bmod

When you go home April 7, wear
A Royal Tailored Suit
We are showing a magnificent line of Spring
woolens at $18, 20, $22, $25-made to your order.
Bostonian, Florsheim and Stetson SpringFootwear
CAMPUS BOOTERY
308 S. State Street
Student's Laboratory Supplies
Scientific Apparatus, Analytical Chemicals,
Glassware and Instruments
The Eberbach & Son Co.
Manufacturers and Importers
200-204 E. Liberty St.
No Dro as'
Needed in Oura
EYe Examination.
My s p e c i a lt y is making
Drugless Eye Examina/ions-1
determining scientifically and i1
accurately the glasses your eyes
require.
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you ENRAYIN& CO.
quick service. JOURNAL BUILDING DETROIT.,MICHIGAN
We grind lenses.
Optometrist-Optician '
with Arnold & Co., Jewelers, 220 S. Main St. -
FASTEST ENGRAVERS IN THE WEST
Leave Copy Leave Copy
at at
Quarry's and Students'
The Delta Supply Store
A D VE RTI S IN G

JOHN ANSWERS ATTACKI
(AR4GOYL: E EDITOR CLIMS EDIT-
OR1. WAS NOVT A "SLAM" OR
"IN SULT."
Editor, The Michigan Daily:.
I am very sorry that I am unable
to answer the communication which
appeared yesterday in the same man-
ner in which it was written. But it
is impossible to answer thoughtless
carping and brainless ideas by reason
and argument. Your communicant,
who is- afraid to state his opinions
above his name, and hides behind a
mask of anonymity, makes statements
which he cannot prove-I mean his
explanaton of the fact that "prom-
inent Michigan students" do not regu-
larly call upon university women; and
offers opinions in print which no
gentleman would dare utter to the face
of another gentleman.
I do not propose to use your space in
taking yesterday's communication to
pieces and showing its author the er-
rors of his ways and mental process-
es. He holds what seems to be an un-
alterable opinion; he calls the edit-
orial "Michigan Women" a "slam," an
insult, and an outrage. I am very
sorry that it should have been taken
in a light other than that in which
it was written. If your communicant
is at all sincere, I will be glad to meet
him and discuss this matter with him;
I will endeavor to show him, in all itsI
minor points, the attitude which the!
Gargoyle has chosen to take on the
"woman question" at Mic:higan; from
the tone which he has taken, how-
ever, I am sure that he will not ac-
cept this invitation.
After all, does not your correspond-
ent veritably prove a portion of the
very editorial which he attacks with
an unpadded hammer? Why has it
devolved upon one of the male sex to
spring to the defense of the female?
If they are taking an active part in3
the various athletic events, and in
campus clubs, entertainments, and the
like, why have they not taken upon-
themselves to give their side of the
question? Is your correspondent so
intimate with the other sex that he
knows their side of the question?
Does he feel called upon to act as
their mouthpiece? If the women I
have talked to on this question are
right, then he is making words and
no more. If he has given us the
women's side of the question, then we
owe him our unlimited thanks. I feel
certain, however, if he will read the
editorial sanely, rationally, and re-{
flect upon it, he will see that it is not
all that he claims it to be.
W. A. P. JOHN. e

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TOM CORBETT

116 E. Liberty St.

The Young Men's Clothier

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His Royal Highness
of Italy
This is a good likeness of His
Highness from the Land of Song,
Sunshine and the Savoty Spa-
ghetti.
There's an old saying: "Eat
to please yourself, dress to please
others." In line with this,
you'll find our Spring offerings
in, distinctive woolens the em-
bodiment of character and indi-
viduality-and the prices, like
you like to pay.
Call and make your selection
while our line is complete. It's
time you were ordering your
new outfit.

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Watch our windows for the new things

TheGreat American Smoke
Fall in line with Hundreds of thousands of red-
blooded smokers of the good old U. S. A. Smoke
the cigarette tobacco that's been an American insti-
tution for three generations-"Bull" Durham. The,
rich, relishy, star-spangled taste of "Bull" Durham
puts the national spirit of get-up-and-hustle into your
hand-rolled cigarette. "Bull" Durham is the freshest,
snappiest, liveliest of smokes.

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309 S. Main St

- 814 S. State St.

BENUN
SMOKING TOBACCO
"Roll your own with "Bull" Durham and y
find a far greater satisfaction in smoking your
rette than you ever did before. A*kfor FREE
Made of the richest, mild- pack
est leaf grown, "Bull" Durham
has a delightful mellow-sweet
flavorfound innoothertobacco.
Men who never smoked
cigarettes before are now "roll-
ing their own" with "Bull
Durham.
An Ilustrated Book- e . 'P
let, showing c orrectm
way to" Roll Yours
Own" Cigarettes, ard a package of
ga tte papers ,will both be mailed,
J re to any address in U. S. on request.
Address"Bull"DurhamDurhamN.C.
THE AIEICAN TOBACCO CO.

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J E T W O O D
A SMART COLLAR.
WITH A COMFORT-
ABLE LOW FRONT
a
THE °
NEW °
R.ED-MAN
2 FOR, 25#
TROY'S BEST
PRODUCT

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LOST
LOST-Black leather loose /leaf note
book containing notes on Contracts.
Metaphysics, Short Story Writing,
etc. Please return the notes at
least to W. R. Hunt, 1617 Wash-
tenaw. apr5.6
LOST -Michigan seal silver watch-
fob. E. M. M. '17 on back. Lost
Monday night. Phone 1830-J. apr5
LOST-One spray of black Paradise.
Reward. Dr. E. T. Loeffler. Call
1586-M. apr5
LOST-At Arcade Theater,- Monday,
a gold watch. Phone 31. apr6,7
LOST-A Sorority pin with Greek let-
ters S. A. '. Name engraved on
back. Reward. Call 2401-W.a45
a4,5
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Large single room. Elec-
tricity. Phonie 633-R. 413 Thompn-
son. apr5,6A7

FOR SALE.
FOR SALE--Canoe and
Cali 566.

equipment.
a4,5,6

URGES ACTION AT ONCE
CANOE OWNER IBELIEVES THERE
IS BIG OPPORTUNITY FOR U. OF
3. BOAT CLUB.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Now that the canoe season is at
hand it develops that the management
of the U. of M. boat livery has raised
the rent price for canoe space - and
locker from $6.00 to $11.50, this
amount including insurance.
It seems to the writer that this is
a golden opportunity for the Michigan
Boat club to become a real organiza-
tion. There are approximately 600
student owned canoes in the boat
house at the present time. It is
reasonable to suppose that the owners
would be willing to appropriate $5.00
apiece toward the building of a stu-
dent-controlled boat house. This
would mean close to $3,000, for which

boat club in fact as well as in name,
and would be a long step toward a
Varsity crew.
If any action were to be taken
something would have to be done im-
mediately in order that the house
would be ready for occupancy not
later than the first of May. We would
be interested to see what canoe own-
ers in general think of the proposi-
tion.
CANOEIST.
Zoological Journal Club Meets Tonight
"Eoanthropus Dawsoni, the Man of
Piltdown," will furnish the subject of
a talk by Dr. B. G. Smith, of Ypsilanti,
before the Journal club of the zoology
department at 7:15 o'clock tonight in
room Z-231, Natural Science building.
A new book by Raymond Pearl, for-
merly of this university, entitled
"Modes of Research in Genetics," will
be reviewed by Prof. A. F. Shull, of
the zoology department. All students
of zoology and others interested are

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RD ERS for Caps a-nd
Gowns may be left here
now for delivery in time for
Swing-out, though a limited
number of Women's outfits are
here for immediate use.
Be measured as soon as conven-
ient. No deposit is required.

FOR SALE--Two pre-festival cover
coupons. 224 So. Thayer. Tele-
phone 1929. apr5,6,7
WANTED
WANTED---To take charge of board
in fraternity or sorority. Have
been at the business 7 years. My
experience in buying and attention
paid to details enables me to fur-
nish board at low figure. Can fur-
nish the best references. Address
Daily, Box R. apr5,6,7
MISCELLANEOUS

Faculty Outfits
---consisting of caps, gowns
and hoods, made up in styles
and colors of all American and
Foreign Universities, may be
rented or prhsd

sum a very good house could be erect-invited to attend.

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A SPECIAL VACATION excursion
from Detroit to St. Louis and return
via the Wabash R. R. Low rates,
tickets good in sleepers. Limit 10
days. For further information call
J. B. McDavid. Phone 723-M.
apr'2,4,6

Our Victor Record
Trial Service
Has been a great benefit
To Many Victrola Owners!
A trial of this service will couvince you
Crinnell Bros. 116 S. Main St.
Call us up for information Rhone 1707

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In Maize and Blue boxes you get
the best chocolates at Bloomfield's.
aprs
Call Lyndon for good pictures.

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if 1hOl lke box ofMaiz;. and. Bh
chocolale prn vctinPloom
field's it h pat.o byte . apr
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