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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, APRIL 18,

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INDUSTRIAL WORK
SUMMER FEATURE
Never before has the demand for
courses in industrial education been
so great, and ample provision has been
made by the summer session to meet
this increased demand. r Where in
former years but two or three courses
were offered, six are now presented.
Besides the work at the University
visits to industrial plants and schools
in Detroit will be made. Arrange-
ments are being made for several lec-
ttifes followed by conferences on im-
portant phases of vocational educa-
tion.
Courses offered will be methods of
teaching industrial subjects, adminis-
tration of vocational education, iorgan-
ization of the vocational school for
girls, methods of teaching women's
trades, methods in teaching industrial
mathematics, methods in teaching me-
chanical drawing.
Te faculty will consist of Prof.
George E. Myers, who has had ex-
tensive experience in connection with
vocational education in the United
States besides spending a year of in-
vestigation in Europe; Miss Cleo Murt-
land, prominent in women's vocational
work; Prof. E. Lewis Hayes, and Mr.
Frank R. Kepler.
Correlated to the course given above
are those offered in Cie engineering
college. These consist of shop prac-
tice, drawing, mechanical and elec-
trical engineering.
FRESHMEN HYGIENE LECTURES
PLANNED BY HEALTH[ SERVICE
Plans are being formulated by the
University Health Service to present a
series of lectures, the attendance at
which is required of freshmen men.
Before the S. A. T. C. was organized It
was planned to have six lectures and
demonstrations given during the year.
It is hoped that these may yet be
given this spring, but it may' prove
necessary to suspend them until next
semester.
Marble Arrives for New Library
Marble for the stairway of the new
Library has afrived and is being/un-
packed and made ready for use.
An interesting feature of this mar-
ble is that only a very small portion
of it could be packed in the large saw-
dust filled box in which it came so as
to prevent any possibility of damage.
The shipment came from Tennessee
quarries and is of a light fawn color,
cut in difficult bends so as to conform
to the windings of the stairs.

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WHAT'S GOING ON

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Flu Kills 400,000 In Germany
Cologne, April 18.-According to es-
timates made in an article published
in the German Medical Journal of re-
cent date 400,000 deaths were caused
by Spanish influenza in Germany in
the last 18 months.

Tennis balls and rackets. Cushing's
Pharmamy.-Adv.
If you want a class pipe or any pipe,
go to Cushing's Pharmacy.--Adv.
Use the Daily to reach the students.

Men Wanted!

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TODAY'
4:00-The University oratorical board
meets in room 309 Mason hall..
7:00-Rehearsal of entire cast of
"Green Stockings" at University
hall.
9:00-Round-up club dance at Pack-
ard academy.
TOMORROW
7:30-Address by Prof. F. N. Scott en-
titled "The Origin of Languages" in
room 205 University hall. Public in-
vited.
7:30-Motion picture, "Quo Vadis," at
the Methodist church. Special mu-
sic.
U-NOTICES
All senior Ilts who wish caps and
gowns for the Swing-out and who
have not as yet been measured
should see George Moe not later
than today.
Student memberships in the Ann Arbor
Golf and Outing club are in charge
of Mr. E. L. Adams, room 23 old
Engineering building. Call at 2
o'clock.
The election of Wesleyan guild offi-
cers which was to have been held
at the Methodist church tonight has
been postponed until Sunday night.
Those interested in the organization
of an Aero club may see Prof. F. W.
Palowski, room 333 Engineering
building.
Men who intend to attend the ban-
quet to be held Tuesday evening at
Willet's cafe should call Bates,
911M, Sanborn, 436R, or Thompson,
396, before Saturday noon.
KOREAN REPUBLIC NOT SET UP
.IN SEOUL, STATES JAP CONSUL

Who have had experience in can-
vassing or who have managed crews,
etc. Need several men with ability

ALWAYS ASK FOR
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as county

managers.

Good salary

ICE CREAM
Delicious and Refreshing

and commission.

Make application

brief; give experience, salary expect-

ed, at least two references.
summer vacation only.
Address Box XQ
Care Michigan Daily

For

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LET
T H E ROYa

Chicago
Tailors New York

MAKE YOUR NEW SPRING SUIT

San Francisco~ April 17.-Formal
denial that a Korean republic had been
set up in Seoul was made today by T.
Ohta, Japanese consul general. He
stated that Japaneseuauthorities de-
nied that the Korean declaration of in-
dependence was openly distibuted by
the provisional government in Seoul.
University Librarian in Columbus
W. W. Bishop, chief librarian of the'
University, spoke before the Ohio Col-
lege Organization Thursday morning
in Columbus, Ohio.
"College and University Libraries -
A Survey and a Program" was the
subject of his address. This meeting
is the annual convention of the organ-
ization, which includes the many im-
portant Ohio institutions of learning.

We are the authorized local representatives of these famous tailors
and would be glad to show you their great display of spring suit-
ings and fashion plates and if interested will take your correct
measurements. Our prices will please you and satisfaction is abso-
lutely guaranteed.

$25.00 to $50.00

Campus BooterySOUT304
O~teY! SOUTH STAT E ST.

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Looking Your Best Pays Big Dividends In Satisfaction

There is a greater need right now for

young men to dress up and look their

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best. Not only because it is spring and Easter but conditions are now such
that any man who wants others to take him at his full value must show in his
personal appearance his worth. During war times, most anything would go,
but now that this nation has emerged victoriously from the war men must
show greater care to their dress.

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OUR NEW 1919 STOCKS OF SMART STYLISH
Stein-Bloch and iC.aelS Stern

Furnishings
Bought£ at this
reliable store will
give best service
in wear. You can
select from all
the late and pop-
ular colors and
novelty patterns

YOUR PERSONAL APPEARANCE
Should Be At Its Best Every Day of the
Year but at
EASTER TIME
you should take particular care to look
the best that you can.
This means that heavy, dark winter
garments must be discarded and the
light-weight, bright and smart spring
clothes of spring put on. If you are not
prepared for Easter, let us help you.

Suits and Topcoats

SHIRTS
TIES

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Young men who want the waist-
seam models will be attracted by
the exceedingly smart styles we
have in these popular models.
The man who wishes a plain
back, more conservative styles willt
be equally as well pleased with our
models along these lines.
Regardless Plenty of
f your style colors.
equirement, Extra fine
ou can be ght
etter suited
ere than at weight
ny other Hats.
ore in the
ty.
You want your new hat to harmoni
clothing and you'll have no difficulty in
you purchase here.

will enable you to dress up at a very little effort.
While we have hundreds and hundreds of gar-
ments, we will not have enough to supply our
trade this season as young men who want the
best realize that it is to be found here and at
prices that are reasonable. We do not try to sell
cheap clothing but we do sell good clothing cheap.
Look at our stocks, examine the qualities as care-

HOSE

we have a full
stock of fine
quality light-
weight
UNDERWEAR
in all styles and
ti all the best
makes.

ful as you wish and you'll under-
stand that our price tags are mark-

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rf
b4
ho
aI
st
ci

All shapes,
YOUR
EASTER
HAT
must be
carefully
selected.

$20, $25, $30,

ed very moderately.

$35

to $55

AND YOU'LL NEED NEW TIES
But your requirementswill be easily met, if you come here.
Without any question we have a most elegant and beauti-
ful assortment of colors and novelty patterns.

ze with your
the matter if

SPRING SHIRTS
In Silk or Madrasor Percale if pre-
ferred but regardless of your choice of
materials, we have a most elegant assort-
ment from which to select.
Pecun color and novelties.

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Lindensohmitt, Apfel

Co.

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