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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Changing one's clothes is like changing
Have You Seen Our Line of
Snappy Sport Coats?
One of the new Spring and
Stein - Bloch
We are showing a very large line of these
coats in Flannel, Knitted and Knit-Wove
Better have yours put aside if you do not
want it at once.
will give you a new, fresh point of
view and make living more enjoyable.
TINKER & COMPANY
342 S. STATE STREET
$18 to $35
Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.
A Shipment of those
beautiful DARK BROWN OXFORDS
and only $5.50 (Have you seen our $1.00 Shirt)
ALLMAND & FORSYTHE
308 S. State Street
215 South Main 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 Drope /
Needed in Our
My specialty is making
Drugless EyeIAEaminaions- ,s N
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
Shop facilities enable me to
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quick service. JOUR NAL BUILDING DETROIT, MICHIGAN
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EMIL H. ARNOLD
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ASTEST ENGRAV r IN TilE WLST
OVE R 050 STU'1DE NTS NOW EN TO HOLD MA CDOWELL CONCERT
ROLLED IN GRADUATESCOIN 1(HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
The MacDowe'lI Fund Benefit con-
Hany Entered from Foreign Colleges; TeMcoelFn eei o-
cert, which was postponed from last
16 State Universities Are Monday evening, will be given Tues-
Represented day evening, May 2, at 8:00 o'clock inI
-the high school auditorium.
With an enrollment of 550, the grow- I Mrs. George B. Rhead, pianist, and
ing prominence of the Graduate School Mrs. Samuel Stanton, violinist, will
is attested by the increasing number 'head the program. Several selections
of colleges and universities represent- will be furnished by a quartet com-
ed, and the increasing scope of the posed of Nora C. Hunt, Miss Coris
location of these schools. Marvis, Frank Grover, '18, and Chasei
The present enrollment is an in- Sikes, '16. Tickets may be secured at
crease of 41 over last year's, and 13 Quarry's Drug Store at 25 cents each.t
colleges and universities are repre-
sented. Last year there were stu Announcement of Secret Marriage
dents in the school from 115 institu- Surprising even his most intimatet
tions. friends, came the announcement lastt
Among the foreign colleges repre- night of the marriage of J. Warrent
sented are: The College of Physicians Driver, '17E, of Mason, to Miss Paul-I
and Surgeons of Calcutta; Den Tek- ine McFarland, '17, of Port Huron.i
nishe Hoishole, Norway; Queen's Uni- The =couple were married over ar
versity of Belfast, Ireland; St. John's month ago in Detroit, but kept the
University, Shanghai; University of affair a profound secret until lastI
Alberta; University of New Bruns- night.N
wick; University of Paris, and the-
University of the Philippines. Fifty-Six Take Teachers' ExamsI
There are 16 state universities whose Fifty-six candidates for teaching po-I
graduates are taking work here, eight sitions in the second and third gradest
state colleges and eight women's col- reported to County School Commis-t
leges. In the school, 325 Michigan sioner Essery at the local high schoola
graduates are enrolled, an increase yesterday, to take teachers' examina-a
of 38 over last year. Albion is the tions. There were 18 candidates forn
second best represented college, with the second grade position and 38 for
20, and Olivet is third with 16. the third grade.P
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The DeltaDSEpply NGore
OR, MEZ E XPLINS THREE,
FALLACIES oF ALL. WAR
Speaks to Newly 'Organized Internia-
tional Polity Club at Union
Explaining the three fundamental
fallacies under which militarism and
war exist, Dr. John Mez opened the
first formal meeting of the newly or-
ganized International Polity club yes-
terday afternoon. Following his talk,
an informal discussion was held on
the problem of war fallacies by the
members, in which Dr. Mez attempted
to explain these fallacies, for the cor-
rection of which the Polity clubs
An effort is being made to increase
the membership of the club, and the
next meeting on Thursday evening at
7:30 o'clock at the Union is open to
all students interested in the study of
international problems. There are
no fees attached to the club member-
ship, nor are there, any dues, as it
is more of a study group than an or-
Donald Sarbaugh, '17L, president of
the club, is planning an interesting
program for next Thursday evening,
when an attempt will be made to ob-
tain a more intimate knowledge of the
fundamental principles brought out by
Norman Angell in his book, "The
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
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-
New Spring Shirts
Manhattan,41.50 to $S
You'll like the Manhattan spring shirts. Take
a look at the new "lattice" pattern. Silks and
madras. French and stiff cuffs.
THE BIG a(O O
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England's Soldier of the Su-
dan has found from experi-
ence that what was easily
accomplished a few y e ars
back is an entirely different
thing in later days.
It used to be that tailors
found correct fit quite a diffi-
cult matter onaccount of the
implements at hand.
But thanks to the marked
advancement in tailorship,
every man can express his
own individuality in faultless
appearance, and at a fraction
of previous cost.
A MAN DOESN'T ALWAYS
KNOW WHAT HE WANTS
We are here to help you make up your
mind about the kind of clothes you
ought to wear. We will assist you in
solving the problem you may have.
If you know exactly what- you want
we will please you. If you haven't a clear
idea of what will please you and be becoming,
you can depend upon us. We want you to
be well dressed.
These FITFORM suits with patch pock-
ets are truly for particular, critical and ex-
acting young men. ' The vest has patch
pockets. Both coat and vest have soft roll.
Some of the vests are without collar.
When you pay anywhere from $15 to
$3O, you get what you want.
BLAMES RELIGION FOR
Local Womiani Says Real Cause Lies
in Question of Separation front
iugland, Plus Catholicism
"Few people realize the bitter ha-
tred existing between the Catholic
and Protestant parties in Ireland,"
stated a well known local woman, a
native of Ulster, Ireland, in an inter-
view yesterday. "This is the real
cause for all trouble brought about by
the question of separation from Eng-
land. The Irish of the north, the
Protestants and= Ulster people, are
bitterly opposed to home rule and are
willing to fight even the mother coun-
try rather than yield to separation
and rule by the priests, which would
inevitably follow such action.
"The Ulster Volunteers were organ-
ized with this opposition to home rule
in view. When the present European
war broke out, these volunteers en-
listed as regulars and were sent to
the front in France and Flanders. At
the same time many of the Separatist
party enlisted for home defense. It
is this party, led by Sir Roger Case-
ment, which revolted against the home
government and is at present fighting
with the military authorities in the
western counties. There can be no
doubt but that German agents have
been the ultimate causes of the rebel-
lion, which is being carried on with
the aid of German money and muni-
tions. The statements expressing
doubt as to the sanity of Sir Roger
are without a question correct. The
man is certainly mad.
"Seven-eighths of all Irish taxes are
paid by Ulster, which also contains
three-fourths of the wealth of the
island. When the crisis finally comes,
the Protestants of Ulster will fight
just as hard against home rule as the
Catholics of southern and western
Ireland will fight for it."
Let us prove our ability to
309 S. Main St. 814 S. State St.
J-LITS LIKE MEMORIAL IDEA;
R. 3. CARSON, '17, GIVES TALK
At the meeting of the junior lit class
held yesterday, resolutions were adopt-
ed favoring the proposed senior me-
morial fund, which is at present un-
der consideration. No steps were tak-
en at the meeting along the line of
social activities, although plans will
be made in the near future- for some
form of class entertainment.
Ralph M. Carson, '17, member of the
Student Council, gave a short talk on
the work of that body, in which he
stated that many students were in-
clined to doubt the value of the or-
ganization because of ignorance con-
cerning its work.
MICHIGANDER PAYS TRIBUTE
TO LATE DR. J. B. ANGELL
The April issue of the Michigander,
published by the University of Michi-
gan Club of Detroit, is dedicated to
Dr. Angell. Beside the history of his
achievements and several of his "Rem-
iniscences," the Michigander pays a
beautiful tribute to Dr. Angell by say-
ing, "The children of all American
state universities feel that they have
lost their most venerable and venerat-
Few Tickets Remain for Dance
116 E. Liberty St.
The Young Men's Clothier
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING CLASS
TO INSPECT DETROIT PLANTS
Four manufacturing plants in De-
troit will be the objective of the stu-
dents in the chemical engineering
classes in engineering materials on
their trip of inspection tomorrow
The party, which will be in charge
of Prof. E. E. Ware and Dr. J. S.
Laird, will leave on the Michigan,
Central at 7:00 o'clock. Arriving in
Detroit they will visit the Monarch
Steel Castings company, the Semet-
Solvay company, the Detroit Iron &
Steel company, and the Wyandotte
Portland Cement company,
. Michigan Graduates Married
Announcement is made of the mar-
riage of Leona Winifred Riorden, '14,
of Niagara Falls, to William A. Hart,
'13, of Detroit, on Tuesday, April 25.
Mr. Hart is -connected with the ad-
vertising department of the Burroughs
Adding Machine company, and is now
en route west to open a branch office
of the company at San Francisco.
R. G. Patterson Heads University Dance
R. G. Patterson, '18, has been ap-
pointed chairman of the committee in
charge of this week's university dance.
Tickets will go on sale in the main
corridor of University hall from 11:00
to 12:00 o'clock, and from 2:00 to 3:00
o'clock today, and from 11:00 to 12:00
SWITH A CO1 F0R
°ABLE LOW FRMj
2 gO. 25¢
College of Pharmacy students ai
faculty members wil hold their annua
dance at Packard academy tonigh-
Several unique entertainments hav
been planned for -the occasion.
Dean J. 0. Schlotterbeck and Mr
Schlotterbeck, and Mr. C. G. Glove
and Mrs. Glover will be chaperone
for the party. Tickets are selling f
one dollar and may be obtained frQ
the committee in charge, consisting
M. L. Rushmore, grad., H. W. Wicketl
'17P, G. J. Fischer, '18P, and W. E
Kirchgessner, '19P. Fischer's o
chestra will furnish the music.
Lovejoy Not to Accept "Y" Positio
A rumor to the effect that Philip C
Lovejoy, '16,.secretary of the S. C. A
will take the place left open by th
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A few tickets yet remain for the I o'clock tomorrow morning.
dance to be given by senior mechani-
cal engineers at the Country club this
evening. Arrangements have been
made for a special car which will leave
the interurban station at 8:00 o'clock.
Patronize Daily Advertizers.
WANTED-The Fuller Brush Co. of
Hlartford, Conn.. wants a number
of college men to represent them
as their advertising agents this
summer. For particulars see Mr.
Beveridge. 1122 Wa.shtenaw Ave.
Friday, Saturday or Monday. a28,29
FOUND--Gold seal ring with Latin in-
s(ription. Owner may have same
at Daily oli~c by identifying and
paying for this add. apr28
Our Line of Pianos are Leaders
STEINWAY, KNABE, SOHMER, CRINNELL
BROS., (own make) VOSE & SONS,
STERLING, "AEOLIAN" PLAYER
Years of experience in producing tone qualities.
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GRINNELL BROS. Music House
116e So. Main St. Phone 1707
recent resignation of Mr. W. H.'
Dr. D'Ooge Reads Paper on Carthage ker, graduate secretary of the o
Dr. Benjamin L. D'Ooge, professor ization, was denied by Mr. Lo
of ancient languages and head of the yesterday. He has' already sigi
Classical club of Ypsilanti Normal contract to take up the positic
College, read a paper on "Carthage" field secretary for the American
in Memorial hall before the University and Recreation company of New
of Michigan Classical club last night.
His talk was illustrated by slides of T-Squiare Society Elects Mei
remarkable clearness and beauty. T-Square society, composed of
Dr. D'Ooge predicted that in years en in the engineering departmen
to come the entire site of ancient Car- announced the following electic
thage would be laid bare. membership: Mary A. A. Baluss,
Edna B. Barringer, '19A; Isat
Round-Up Club Holds Dance Tonight Snelgrove, '17A; Evangeline N.]I
Round-Up club will hold its monthly '19A, and Margaret Engels, arch
dance at Granger's academy tonight. new members were initiated at a
Dancing will be from 9:00 to 1:00 bined business and formal init
o'clock. - Wednesday night.
-An experienced cook and
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ty or phone 834. a24,27,28
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