THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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A MAN IDOESN'T ALWAYS
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models for Spring
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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
t30, you get what you want.
$8 to $35
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Student's Laboratory Supplies g
Scientific Apparatus, Analytical Chemicals,
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Manufacturers and Importers
200-204 E. Liberty St.
WHETHER IT BE a Black, Tan, or
Brown Oxford with Rubber Sole and Heel,
Leather Sole and Rubber Heel, or Leather
Sole and Heel, we have it at
$4.50, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00 or $7.00
in Calf, Vici Kid and Shell Cordovan Leathers
308 S. State Street
JOHN KERACHER SPEAKS
TO SOCIALISTS TONIGHT
Kennedy, Chicago Alderman, Is Next
Lecturer; Is a Cornell
John C. Keracher, of Detroit, state
secretary of the Socialist party, will
speak on "The Labor Theory of Value"
at a meeting of the Michigan branch
of the Intercollegiate Socialist so-
ciety in Newberry hall at 7:30 o'clock
tonight. Mr. Keracher has spoken in
Ann Arbor before, having addressed
a meeting at the Unitarian church last
fall. Tonight's meeting will be open
to the general public.
The next lecture in the series being
conducted by the society will be given
by John C. Kennedy of Chicago, in
Newberry hall next Friday night. His
subject will be, "Socialism, the Ful-
fillment of Democracy." Mr. Kennedy
is alderman of the twenty-seventh
ward in Chicago, which ward is the
largest in that city. In 1912 he was
the Socialist candidate for governor of
Illinois, receiving more than 78,000
Mr. Kennedy is a graduate of Cornell
University, and a member of Phi Beta
Kappa. In his junior year at the uni-
versity he was appointed an assistant
instructor in economics, and after
graduation declined a position on the
Cornell faculty to accept a place in
the economics department at the Uni-
versity of Chicago, in order that he
might continue his studies of econom
ic questions in a large industrial cen-
Later he resigned his position to
make a special study of working and
housing conditions in the "Packing-
town" district of Chicago. On the
completion of a two-years' survey in
that city he traveled in Germany,
France and England to make a spe-
cial study of the socialist and labor
movements in those countries.
ANN ARBOR HIGH TO GRADUATE
97 PUPILS FRIDAY, MAY 26
Commencement exercises, at which
97 pupils of the Ann Arbor high school
will complete their prep school ca-
reers, will be held Friday morning,
May 26, at 10:00 o'clock in the high
school auditorium. Class day exer-
cises will be held Wednesday of the
same week. Most of the students
will in some way or other take part
in the activities of commencement
PROF. BUNKER AND D. R. HERTZ
TO SPEAK AT FRESH ASSEMBLY
Dr. J. F. Scott announced yesterday
that D. R. Hertz, '19, will give a num-
er of literary readings at the fresh lit
assembly Monday afternoon in Uni-
versity hall, in addition to the pro-
gram announced yesterday. Prof.
Rrobert Bunker, of the Law school,
will be the other speaker, the remaind-
er of the program being furnished by
the fresh lit glee club, which has suc-
cessfully appeared at several other
Fresh Engineers Choose Committee
During the business meeting of the
fresh engineers Wednes y, R. L. Big-
gers, R. D. Smith, E. M. Miller, and
D. P. Wood were nominated for the
honor committee. It was alsoan-
nounced that the next class social
event will be a pow-wow on May 21.
Send The Daily home. 50c for the
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ALPHA CHI0 (1EGA TO BUILD
NEW HOUSE COSTING $25,000
Theta of Alpha Chi Omega sorority,
which has its present chapter house
at 407 North Ingalls street, has pur-
chased the lot on the corner of Cam-
bridge road and Olivia street, and will
begin work on a new house at once.
The house is to cost $25h000, and will be
designed by Herman Pipp. The house,
which will be ready for occupancy
next fall, will accommodate 30 girls.
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JACKSON CITY MANAGER TO
SPEAK TO ENGINEERS TODAY
Gaylord C. Cummins, city manager
of Jackson, will speak on "The Re-
lation of City Administration to En-
gineering," in room 348, Engineering
building, at 4:00 o'clock this after-
noon. The lecture will deal particu-
larly with the opportunities for civil
engineers in city planning and man-
agement. It will be open to the pub-
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white flannel trousers for any
and all outdoor functions.
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Makers of good summer clothing, trousers,
overcoats, raincoats, fancy and dress
waistcoats, smoking jackets, bath~robes,
golf and automobile apparel.
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S14 So. State
CHICAGO FIRM TO GIVE
5 2000 FORESSAY PRIZES
:Hart, Schaffner and Marx Donors;
Papers to Be on Economic
Two thousand dollars in prizes have
been offered by Hart, Schaffner and
Marx, of Chicago, to be awarded to
the winners in their thirteenth an-
nual essay contest on economic sub-
jects. Prof. Henry C. Adams, of the
economics department, represents the
University of Michigan in the com-
mittee of professors chosen from sev-
eral universities which is in control
of this contest. Four subjects have
been offered for consideration, al-
though the competition is not limited
to these alone.
Participants are divided into two
classes. Class A includes those who,
at the time the papers are sent in,
are undergraduates in any American
college. Class B includes any con-
testant who desires to enter.
A first prize of $1000 and a second
prize of $500 will be awarded to the
winners in class A, while the prizes
in class B are $300 and $200 for first
and second respectively. All papers
must be in the hands of the commit-
tee before June 1, 1917.
The Michigan Daily for the rer4
of the year, 50c. **
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FASTEST ENGRAVERS IN THiE WEST
SEEK SENIORS FOR POSITIONS
Telephone Company Representatives
Mr. A. W. Wiley, auditor of the New
York Telephone company, and Mr. L.
J. Garvey, auditor of the Bell Tele-
phone company at Chicago, together
with Mr. H. A. Trax, '04L, are in Ann
Arbor for a few days to interview se-
niors in the business administration
course in regard to placing them in
various positions in their companies.
According to Prof. David Friday,
there are at the present time a num-
her of Michigan men, in the employ
of these telephone companies, who
have been making good from the start,
and now hold responsible -positions.
At least six men will be chosen by
the representatives of the companies
to take accounting and auditing posi-
tions. The auditors have been making
the rounds of the different universities
of the middle west, in each place
choosing the men whom they decided
were best fitted for the work.
TO STAGE PENTATHLON SOON
FOR INTERCLASS TRACK MEN
Interclass track men have several
interesting events to look forward to
this spring. A pentathlon will be
staged in the near future, awards, in
the shape of medals, being given to the
men standing highest in this event.
As soon as the wreather permits ath-
letes to train outcf doors, class re-
lays will be staged, the runners on
the winning team receiving their nu-
My specialty is making
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determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you'
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
with Arnold & Co., Jewelers, 220 S. Main St.
NEW YORK CITY ARCHITECT
TALKS IN MEMORIAL HALL
"The Architect as a Reformer" was
the subject of a lecture given by Rob-
ert D. Kohn, an architect of New York
City, in Alumni Memorial hall yester-
day afternoon. The lecture was one
of a series being given here under
the direction of the College of Archi-
tecture in conjunction with the Michi-
gan chapter of the American Insti-
tute of Architects. 'Mr. Kohn spoke
last night in Detroit before a meeting
of the state chapter of the institute.
Purdue Professor to Lecture Today
Prof. D. D. Ewing, of Purdue Uni-
versity, will give the last of his series
of four lectures on railway electrifica-
tion in room 348,-Engineering building,
at. 4: 00- o'clock this, afternoon. The
subject will be "Some of the Economic
Aspects of Railway Electrification."
The third lecture was given yesterday
nmorning on the subject of -"Engineer-
ing Procedure in Railway Electrifica-
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