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THE MICHIGAN DArLY

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The measure
of a san's enjoyme

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

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meet the utmost require-
ments in dress. t
$18 to $35

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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, $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-
nating.r
New Spring Shirts
Manhattan, $1.50 to $5
You'l11like the Manhattan spring shirts. Take
a look at the new "lattice" pattern. Silks and
madras. French and stiff cuffs.

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BOAT CLUB TO CONSIDER
ERECTIONoF BUILDING
Seven Campus Societies Donate $6.00
for Campaign to Safeguard
Canoeing on Huron

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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

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CAMPUS BOOTERY
308 S. State Street

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Student's Laboratory Supplies
Scientific Apparatus; Analytical Chemicals,
Glassware and Instruments,
The Eberbach & Son Co.
Mar acturers acid Importers
200-204 E. Liberty St.-
No Drops '\
Needed in Our
Eye Exanination. r
My s p e c i a 1 ty is making
Drulgess Eye EL amjinalions- I V
determining scientifically anda
accurately the glasses your eyes
require.
Shop facilities enable me toV
make your glasses, giving you -E VING CO.
quick service. lasRNAL D ,gginGo
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD,
0Pptometrist-Opticia
with Arnold & Co., Jeweiet: o . aini
tIIASTESNrAi7VERS I" ThE WEST
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily Patroni'e Daily Advertizers. **
are the reliable business man of th-
city. it is to your interest to trade Send The Daily home. 75c for the
with them. rest of the year.

Erection of a boat house by the
University Boat club for the use of
its members and students in general,
will receive serious consideration at
a meeting of the club to be held im-
mediately after vacation.
Seven campus societies have al-
ready contributed $6.00 each to the
campaign to make the Huron river
safe, Triangles, Deutscher Verein, Al
pha Nu, Sphinx, Oratorical Board,
Upper Peninsula club, and Griffins be-
ing the societies now in the ranks.
The Adelphi society also has contrib-
uted two life preservers to the club.
A recent communication to The Daily
stated that there are 600 privately
owned canoes in the boat house at the
present time and urged the establish-
ment of a boat house by the Boat club.
Inquiry reveals the fact that there are
but 180 student .owned canoes now
stored at the boat house, and that the
recent raise in rates was due to loss
incurred by the boat company in
storing canoes at the old rate. Al-
though the Boat club was not re-
sponsible for the increase in rates,
some action will be taken to relieve
the dissatisfaction,
COMPACT WITH ALLIES URGEO
Professor Lloyd Writes Letter in In-
terest of Internationalism
A plea that the United. States enter
into a firm compact with the Allies
to the end that the present war be
brought to a quick consummation and
future wars be averted appears in a
letter to the New York Times, dated
April 2, over the signature of Prof. Al-
fred H. Lloyd, of the philosophy de-
partment.
"The United States," says Professor
Lloyd, "should now invite other neu-
tral nations, Holland, Denmark, Ru-
mania, not to mention many other pos-
sibilities, to act in co-operation; all
associating themselves with the Allies
in a league for greater security and a
more candid internationalism.
"Surely the Allies would more than
welcome such a move and would really
sympathize with its essential purpose,
and before such an overwhelming al-
liance and in view of its purpose so
well founded, the Teutons might con-
sent to negotiate for peace.
"Peace has now actually become the
predominant interest. A league to
secure peace is actually in existence
and needs only to be developed and
enlarged. The United States, by tra-
dition and by present interest and con-
dition, belongs in that league. May
the Teutonic peoples some day also be
regular members of it,"
AT THE THEATERS
(Continued from page four)
Aril 13, another new musical show,
"Six Little Wives," will be here. Ray-
mond Paine is the star of the play.
The above combination combined with
the fact that Boyle Woolfolk produced
the attraction is in itself a success.
The play is chuck full of catchy tunes
and novelty numbers.
Sunday, April 16, William Farnum
will be seen in his latest photoplay,
"Fighting Blood." One of those excit-

"Deutchland uber
Alles!"
"Germany Above. All" is a
pretty good rule for Germany
and the present European war
is demonstrating what a lot of
expense can be run up trying
out'an idea.
W h e n you ;buy custom-
tailoring from us, you don't pay
for "experiments" you get re-
suIts at once!
Our new Winter suitings and
overeoatings , from America's
best mills a n d o u r known
workmanship make u s t h e
place to trade-- "Ueber Alles!"
And--we'll PROVE it!

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SpringClothingfor Easter

We are showing the niftiest line of
Spring Suits, Top Coats, Rain
Coats,, Sport Coats, Hats and
Furnishings in the city at popular
prices.

We have just received another big
shipment of wide brim green hats.

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Watch our windows for the new things

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TOM CORBETT

116 E. Liberty St.

The Young Men's Clothier

309 S. Main St

- 814 S. State St.

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JET WOOD
A SMART COLLAR
WITH A COMFORT-
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R.ED- MAN
2 FO. 25¢
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PRODUCT

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in a dual role.

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For one whole week, the last of the
regular season, starting Monday
night, April 17, Arthur Chatterdon,
the popular stock actor, will make his
first appearance here in a repertoire of
plays. Monday night and Tuesday
matinee "The fortune Hunter" will
be shown. Tuesday night "He Comes
Up Smiling," Wednesday matinee and
night, Frank l1cIntyre's big success,
"The Traveling Salesman," Thursday
matinee and night, "The Gamiblers,"
Friday matinee and night, Augustus
Thomas' great spiritualist play "The
Witching Hour," Saturday matinee and
night, "Pierre of the Plains."
Apache Scouts Join Pershing's Men
Washington,,D. C., April 6.-Nine-
teen Apache scouts and trailers have
been ordered from Fort Apache, Ariz.,
to General Pershing's column. Capt.
Hazzard of the Tenth cavalry left with
the scouts for the border yesterday.

Load Up
that blessed pipe with good old "Tux" and
knock the daylights out of care and woe and
trouble and all the rest of that tribe.
Th 3 Pcr'Cse - 7co for Pipe and Cigarette
"Tux" is made of te st seleCted Burley-
full of gimp and co and get-there liveliness.
But it's a smooth, mellow, fragrant smoke-
the "Tuxedo Process," which is often imitated
but never equalled, takes away all the bite and
parch and leaves it mild, sweet and cool.
Try one tin of "Tux l

FOR SALE.

FOR RENT

FORSALE-An Up todatewiitaena!.-
el, Harvard Dental Chair, new Web-
ber Cuspidor, Chair *lracket, Vul-
canizer, Cabinet and other small in
struments. WVigl sell all fdr $200.
Mrs. Bessie Stafford, 17 ast Maple
Ave., Adrian, Mich. apr7
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FOR SALE-A splendid tone mahog-
any upright piano. Almostnenw.
Vey low prie monthly aymen'
ifdesired. Address S. Henry, care
of Michigan aily. apr7
FOR1SAL-Two ]re- .. l o
coupons. 224 Se T Tele-
phone 1929. apr57
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FOR RENT---15 rooms suitable for
fraternity or sorority, spacious
grounds, corner lot, located at 418
N. Division St. $50 per month.
For particulars address E. D. Burke,
241 Gladstone Ave., Detroit. apr7
FOR RENT-Large single room, Elec-
tricity. Phone 633-R. 413 Tliomp-
son apr5,6,7
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WANrW:D-To take charge of board
i fraternity or 'sorority. Have
bo(n at the business 7 years. My
experience in buying and attention
lpaid to details enables me to fur-
nish board at low figure. Can fur-
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Daily, Box 1,. apr5,6,7

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BROS., (own make) VOSE & SONS,
STERLING, "AEOLIAN" PLAYER
PIANOS!
Years of experience in producing tone qualities
Artistic Case Designs!
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refresh a satisfy you as no
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a gold wath. Phone 31.

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