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April 17, 1919 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-04-17

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OF. II. R. CROSS RETURNING
'INSTRUCT IN SUMIER SCHOOL
Prof. Herbert R. Cross, who has
en a captain in the American Red
oss in service in Italy, sailed for the
ited States, March 28.
)ean E. H. Kraus of the summer
sion received a letter recently from
ofessor Cross telling of his depart-
e. Professor Cross will instruct in

the summer session this year, giving
two courses in fine arts, general in-
troductory course in fine arts, and the
technique and criticism of painting.
The Daily is a campus institution
-Support it. $1.00 for the rest of the
college year.-Adv.
Patronize our aavertisers.--Adv.

RAO MMRK REG. U.S.PAT W.

Forerunners of Spring
If you would know what will be the vogue in Foot-
wear this Spring, you can find the answer in our win-
dow, and in the new models placed on display daily.
Oxfords will be the dominant note in Womens foot-
wear and among one of the popular are these

Brown Kid
Southern Tie
Note~the beautiful arch
the long thin fore part
and the popular one
eyelet Colonial effect.

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Price $10.00

Also black Ooze forepart with satin back

Talk

- Over Boot Shop
115 S. MAIN ST.

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UNITED STATES MUST
BE LEAGUE MEMBER
(Continued from Page One)
ed their masterpiece, in their war ex-
perience. And so in one sense they
are littler than we are. We have yet
to meet our test.
"Young American men have yet be-
fore them, most of them, their test.
This fact effects their creative abil-
ity. In Europe the returned men will
have a hard time being heroic in peace
pursuits. Those who have been al-
most superhuman in the last few
years, will, however, have a profound
passion for justice and for humane-
ness. This will profoundly effect our
ideas of social justice.
Must Uphold Democracy
"Nciw that the war has been won
the rest depends on what we can
make of democracy. It will depend
upon the kind of amen who vote and
support the government, what kind of
a government we shall have. The men
in high places must be of the best.
Aristocracy should be the means and
the machinery by which Democracy
works itself out.
"And above all if our democracy is
to be successful truth must be uni-
versal. It must be taught. by the
journalist, the artist, the teacher and
the preacher. With these four profes-
sions, the hope of thefuture lies."
PROMINENT SPEAKERS AT
VICTORY LOAN MEETING
(Continued from Page One)
In past drives Ann Arbor has always
gone' over the top, and the Liberty
loan committee is expecting to do so
again.
The first three days of next week
have been set aside as "Thanksgiving
Days," at which time the people are
expected to volunteer with subserip-
tions at "The Liberty Temple" next to
the First National bank on Main
street. If the money is not raised in
this time, other methods will be used
to put the sale of bonds over the top.
Necessary to Raise Money
It is necessary for stable financial
conditions throughout the country
that the money be raised. If not the
banks must buy the bonds,.which will
cause a contraction of ready money,
necessarily bringing hard times
with it.
Two kinds of bonds are to be placed
on sale. One kind draws 4 3-4 per
cent'and is exempt from state and lo-
cal taxes, estate and inheritance tax-
es, and normal federal income taxes,
but not from the federal income sur-
tax. The 3 3-4.per cent bonds are ex-
empt from all taxes except the estate
and inheritance taxes., These bonds
will prove attractive to the possessors
of a large income.
DETROIT POSTOFFICE IN NEED
OF MORE YOUNG SOLDIERS
Young men, preferably returned
soldiers, can be used by the postoffice
department in the Detroit terminal,
according to a letter received by Post-
master Horation J. Abbott of this city,
from that office.
For these positions men must have
had at least an eighth grade education
and must also be physically fit. Any
returned soldier who may desire one
of these positions may apply to Mr.
Abbott who will make arrangements
for them to get their applications to
the properofficials in Detroit, stated
Mr. Abbott.
The pay for these positions is $1,100
a year for eight hours work per day,
six days in the week.
INVITATIONS ALMOST READY;
TO TAKE ORDERS NEXT WEEK
Proofs of the invitations for the
coming senior commencement have
been received and orders will probably
be taken next week. Sherwald W.

Sedgwick, '19, is in charge of all ar-
rangements for getting them printed
and taking the orders.
"In my opinion," said Ralph E.
Gault, '19, president of the Student
council, "the invitations far excell
those of former years and when the
seniors see the first copies they will
undoubtedly order more than has
formerly been bought."
Marine Strike Postponed
New York, April 16.-A 48 hour}
armistice postponing the general strike
of New York harbor workers which
had been called for 6 o'clock Thurs-
day morning was agreed upon today by
officials of the Marine Workers affilia-
tion in a conference with James L.
Hughes, federal mediator.
Posters of Summer Course Sent Out
Printed posters containing views of
the campus and University buildings
have been sent out to army camps,
"Y" huts, army libraries, and accred-
ited schools by the summer session.
The posters give briefly the charac-
ter of the courses obtainable in the
summer session.
Gilbert Dyason Injured in Detroit
Gilbert E. Dyason, '21D, suffered
wounds in his eye and scalp Saturday
night when he stepped off a moving
car in Detroit. He was removed to
the hospital, where four stitches were
taken.
Use the Dauy to reach the students.
Four thousand students read it every
morning.-Adv.

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SPALDING'S
For Shoes
Caps, Belts
.° Foot Ball
Equipment
Sweaters
' " Jerseys
And the implements for every
athletic game, of course.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
211-217 So. State St.
CHICAGO, ILL.

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TODAY'
9:00 - All sophomore engineering
classes excused for assembly in
room 342 Engineering building.
Members are urged to bring class
dues.
10:00-Prof. J. C. Parker talks on
"Social Responsibility" at the Ju-
nior engineering assembly in room
342 Engineering building.
4:00-Tony Sarg's Marionettes in Nat-
ural Science auditorium. There will
be another show at 8 o'clock.
7:00-Mandolin club rehearsal in Lane
hall.
7:30-Polonia Literary society meet-
ing in the red room of Lane hall.
U-NOTICES
Freshmen Girls' Glee club practice is

WHAT'S GOING ON

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to be held at 1 o'clock Saturday in
Miss Hunt's studio.
Tickets for "Nos Intimes," the Cercle
Francais play which will be present-
ed May 1, will go on sale from 4 to'
6 oclock Tuesday and Wednesday,
April 29 and 30, at Waher's book
store.
The regular meeting of the Univer-
sity Men's club has been postponed
until next week.
The Varsity band is requested to meet

at 7:15 o'clock Friday night, April
18, in front of Hill auditorium to
play for the Liberty Loan, by Prof.
John R. Brumm, manager of the
band.
Engagement Announced
The engagement of Phyllis Eggle-
stone, '19L, and Donald Rudner, '20M,
of the Nu Sigma Nu fraternity, was an-
nounced at the Alpha Phi sorority yes-
terday.

That Spring Suit-
Get it Cleaned and Pressed

EASTER
$1.00 PER SUIT
Bring it -to the

Rapid Cleaners & Dyers
601 E. Liberty

HELEN HOLSINGER
HIAT SHOP

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Invites you to inspect their large assortment
of Easter Hats, featuring all the latest crea-
tions, light shades dominating.

Stylish Easter Clothing

There's Value
in the Fabric and Style in the Cut, and
Fit in the Clothes we make you.
Clothes to fit you personally, in fabric
and fashion is what we work for.
Your measurement and instructions are
our only guide.
J. K. MALCOLM
604 E. LIBERTY ST.
SAVE THE PIECES!
Eye Glass Lenses Ground in Our Own Shop. Same Day. Try Our Service.
Eyes Examined
HALLER & FULLER STATE STREET
J W ELERS
Big Reduction Sale
at CORBETT'S
enables you to purchase, fine waist-line styles in new 1919 Spring
garments at prices less than other dealers will be asking for them
at their July sales.
We offer you the finest styles obtainable. Young men who
want the waist-line models will find all the best in these styles.
We have plenty of others for those who want plain backs.
FIT-FORM GARMENTS ARE SURE
TO PLEASE
Even at the regular prices they are great values. Now that;L 1' j f
we are selling at a discount your saving is great.
EASTER HATS, SHIRTS, TIES AND
FURNISHINGS ALL REDUCED
IN PRICE FO
T116 E. LIBERTY ST.
T O MJYUJ] dL Between Main & 4th Ave.

You are sure to look your best
faster, if you select your new
clothing from our stocks of

Hart Schaffner
Marx
CLOTHING

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for young men

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All the new %-form models in-
cluding the desirable waist-line
models.
Pure woolen fabrics, bright nov-
elty colors and sport patterns.
Finely tailored and will keep their
shape with very little pressing.
EASTER SHIRTS
in file .olors and patterns.
EASTER HATS
all shades, shapes and styles.

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