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The freshness off'
early blossoms
pervade the
Stein- ock
Smart Clothes
now ready here
in the new
models forSpring
and Summer

Exhibit of Straw Hats

STRAW S
Out of the common run of Stra
because KNOX made them

Sailors,
in the

Bankoks and Panamas
Latest Weaves and
Styles.

Tinker & Company
FURNISHERS and HATTERS
Corner of S. State and William Sts.

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Appearance
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$18 to $35

LidensC Apfe & Co.

COMMERCE CLUB TRIP
BEGINSSUNDAY NIGHT
Students to Be Guests of Cleveland
Business Men; Plan to Return
Tuesday Night
Many large Cleveland manufactur-
ing plants will be '\isited by the Com-
merce club during a trip which will
begin next Sunday night and last un-
til Wednesday morning. The trip is
open to all interested. Business ad-
ministration sophomores and juniors
are particularly invited.
While in the Sixth City the party
will be the guests of the Cleveland
Chamber of Commerce. On Monday
and Tuesday they will visit the Hy-
draulic Press company, where muni-
tions are now being manufactured;
the National Mazda Lamp company;
the Wooltex Garment company; the
welfare departments of the Sherwin-
Williams Paint company and of the
National Electric Light association;
and the employment department of the
Clothcraft company.
Those making the trip will leave
Detroit on the D. & C. boat Sunday
night at 10:45 o'clock, central stan-
dard time, and return on the Tuesday
night steamer. The round fare to
Cleveland is $3.00. Students planning
to make the trip will please notify
R. R. Lounsbury, '16, at room 16, Eco-
nomics building, or Hugo Wagenseil,
'16. All those making the trip will be
excused from ciasses.
THE CAMPUS IN BRIEF'

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WHETHER IT BE a Black, Tan, or
Brown Oxford with Rubber Sole and Heel,
Leather Sole and Rubber Heel, or Leather
Sole and Neel, we have it at
$4.50, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00 or $7.00
in Calf, Vici Kid and Shell Cordovan Leathers

There's a minimum price at
which decent merchant tailor-
ing can be;.sold, and anyone
who thinks h e i s saving
money in buying for less is
paying dearly for experience.
In the woolens and work-
man-ship of ED. V.
PRICE & CO., CHI-
CAGO, LARGEST
TAILORS IN THE
WORLD O F GOOD
MADE - TO - ORDER
CLOTHES.
I offer you the very best value
obtainable on earth within a
price range of $25 to $50.
Anything offered you for less
will not give lasting satis-
faction
309 So. Main
814 So. State

Knox "Beacon" Straws $3, $4,
Leghorn
Panama
Bangkok
Other makes at one dollar or mo
THE BI G 0oheo-
If It's Correct, It's at the Big Store

Straw Hats

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W E are showing the nobbiest line of
Straw Hats in the city, at popu-
ular prices. (L Call around and be con-
vinced. i1,Also another shipment of
Sport Coats and Flannel Pants.

CAMPUS BOOTERY

308 S. State Street

CANOE LIGHTS-
These lights work from batteries and will throw a bright light
for several hundrcd feet
Adjustable to any position $5.00 -
Two sizes$... . .
The Eberbach & Son Co.
200-204 E. Liberty St.

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Prof. J. W. Glover, of the inathe-
matics and insurance departments, has
been called to Saginaw on account
of the death of his mother, Mrs.
James P. Glover.
S. H. Black, '16, will leave next week
for the Santa Barbara national for-
est in California, where he has accept-
ed a position as forest guard.
Annomicenient has been received
of the marriage of A. A. Griffin, '14,
to Miss Gertrude Freeman, of Oregon.
4'r. Griffin has been working for the
past two years in the forest service
in Oregon.
According to the statistics prepared
by the dental college, the number of
patients treated in the clinic during
the present university year, includ-
ing the month of April, equals 16,291.
Last month 1,810 patients were cared
for. ' This number is far below the
average, which exceeds 2,300.
Prof. Morris P. Tilley of the Eng-
lish department will spend next week
in investigating the conditions of
schools in the northern part of the
state.
Wellington It. Tinker, secretary of
the university S. C. A., returned Wed-
nesday from Cleveland, where he has
been attending a conference of all
the Y. M. C. A.'s of the country.
Among the matters considered was
that of sending 50 men to Europe by
July 1, for relief work in the trenches.
In order that this movement may be
carried out, $100,000 must be raised'
immediately. The men will probably
be chosen from the various univer-
sities of the United States.
BOAT CLUB ANNOUNCES PARTY

TOM CORBETT

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116 E. Liberty St.

The Young Men's Clothier

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This was announced yesterday by the
J-Hop committee.
BEGIN WORK ON JUNE INLANDER
M"it hand in "aterial by May2;
Complete Staff Tryouts

offers May Festival visitors two very
special Noon Dinners at 50c and 75c
respectively, in addition to the regular
a la carte service in force throughout
every day.

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Affair to Be Held May 2V; J-Hop Bal-
ance to Be Used for Regatta
The annual spring dance of the Boat
club will be held at Barbour gymna-
sium, Monday, May 29. Ike Fisher's
orchestra has been secured for the
occasion. Dancing will last from 9:00
o'clock to 1:00 o'clock. The chaperons
will be Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Underdown
of the Michigan Edison company. The
committee in charge consists of: L. A.
Arentz, '17, F. W. Hough, '18E, E.
G. Dudley, '18E, and E. C. Shacht,
'18E. Tickets will go on sale the lat-
ter part of this week at $1.00 each.
The total balance of the proceeds
from the J-Hop, amounting to $190.87,
will be turned over to the Boat club to
be used in the regatta next June.

Members of the editorial staff, of the
Inlander announce that work has be-
gun on the June number, and that
all persons desiring to contribute must
hand in their material not later than
May 25.
An effort will be made today to
form plans for .completing the tryouts
for staff positions, and it is hoped
that material can be placed in the
hands of those competing not later
than tomorrow.
Dartmouth Tossers Defeat Princeton
Princeton, N. J., May 18.-Dart-
mouth defeated the Princeton baseball
team here 3 to 1, securing a 2-run
lead in the first inning, which was
maintained throughout the game.

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Take either elevator
to the Second Floor

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INVESTI- ATE THIS
No investment. approaches Endow-
ment Insurance in safety-none per-
mits the equally profitable use of such
small amounts of money-none so
successfully inculcates the saving hab-
it. It insures your life, it protects your
own old age, and it performs this
double function at a cost which to a.
young man is not appreciably greater
than the cost of an ordinary or twen-
ty payment life policy.

HARRISON SINGS IN FESTIVAL
School of Music Man to Take Promin.
ent Part at Spartanburg
Mr. Theodore Harrison, head of the
vocal department of the University
School of Music, left Monday evening
for Spartanburg, South Carolina,
where he will take a prominent part in
the Spartanburg Festival, singing in
two concerts.
This festival is one of the big fes-
tivals of the country and the visiting
soloists include many prominent ar-
tists front the Metropolitan Opera com-
pany. Later in the season Mr. Harri-
son will take part in the Lansing May
Festival.
Pa;tronize Dify Advertizers. 4

TRIPS REPLACE LABORATORY make the substitution. Students a

We Have a Splendid Line of
First Class Pianos for Rent 1
Take up the matter of renting with us!
IT WILL BE PROFITABLE TO YOU
GRINNELL BROS. Musi House inS"uth
PHONE'1707 and try our Victor Record approval system for May records

Botany 2 Instructor Allows Four Hour
Field Toir for Choice of Students
In order to permit students to study
the spring flora in the field and to.
secure practice in plant determina-
tion, Mr. Holman, instructor of Bot-
any 2, announces that he will allow
students to substitute, for the labora-
tory work each week, a four hour
field trip. There will be, however,
laboratory work fo'r those who do not

expected to choose the regular labora
tory period or one of the field trip
dates and they will be marked absen
unless they present themselves at th
laboratory-at the stated time. Th
following is the schedule of field trip
for this week:
Saturday--8:00 to 12:00 o'clock.
Saturday-1:00 to 5:00 o'clock.
We can supply you with anything
known to the painter's or decorator
trade. C. H. -Major & Co, Phon
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Write or phone for ani
at your age. It wild pay.
vestigate this proposition.
Harry Bacher, District A
Provident Life and TrustC
Madison St. Phone 735-M.

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Agent, The
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