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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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YOU'RE THE JUDGE!
Render Your Decision on Our Now Line of
SHIRTS AND TIES
"Art" Marquard . Campus Tailor - 607 E. Liberty
'rAAO£ mARK PLO. U6.PAT . F
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 re of the popular are these

TWO MORE DAYS REMAIN FOR
STUDENTS TO BUY LOAN BONDS
(Continued from Page One)
ty loan committee expected to extend
the time for voluntary subscriptions,
this action was made unnecessary by
the banks taking all the remaining
bonds.
This does not mean that the citi-
zens of Ann Arbor will be denied the
privilege of investing in bonds, but
that the active campaign will stop.

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WHAT'S GOING ON

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8:00--Wesleyan social in First M. E.
church.
U-NOTICES -
All members of Varsity band meet at
M. C. depot Friday morning at 7
o'clock to go to Detroit. Wear com-
plete uniform.
Chas. A. Madison will address the lit-

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erary 'circle of the Menorah on the
"Yiddish Theater." Mr. Madison was
in New York a couple of months ago
and made a special study of the
Yiddish theater and particularly of
"Das Tervorfen Vinkel," the most
successful play of the present sea-
son.

They may still buy bonds by applying
at the banks, and it is expected that
the major part of the banks' bonds will
be taken of their hands by the pa-
triotic citizens.
"V" Drive Ends Friday
This does not apply to the campaign
in the University which will not stop
until Friday evening. Work will con-
tinue as before. The speakers com-
pleted the round of fraternity and so-
rority houses Wednesday night. Every
effort will be made by the central com-
mittee to keep Michigan's subscrip-
tions climbing.
The class presidents are urged to
see that their workersare busy. The
ofice in thc registrar's office is open
from 9 a. n. until 5 p. m., at which
time subscriptions will be taken by
students. It has been customary for
some people buying bonds to apolo-
gize for taking only ; $50' one, but
the committee wants everyone to un-
derstand that there is no .ground for
this sentiment.
"They're Watching Michigan's Rec-
ord."

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TODAY
4:00-Miss Hutzel speaks in Barbour
gymnasium.
4:00-Miss Merkeland speaks at Vo-
cational Conference in BarboAr gym-
nasium.
5 :00-Meeting of memorial comimittee
of senior classes of all colleges in
Alumni hall.
7:00-Philip Slomovitz lectures to
Menorah society on "The Life and
Work of Leo Pinski" in room 205,
U-hall.
7:00-Prof. P. B. Samson of Ypsilanti
to address University Schoolmen's
club in old Union.
7:30-Prof. Max Winkler addresses
the Girls' Educational club.
30-Aero club meets in billiard room
of new Union.
7:4-Classical club reception in
Alumni Memorial hall.

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School of Dancing
Private Lessons in modern Ballroom

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Dancing

MISS JEANETTE H. KRUSZKA

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Studio
516 William St.
Phone 1422R

Residence
2006 Washtenaw Ave.
Phone 1598

TOMORROW
8:00-Catholic Students' and Study
club meets in K. of C. hall.
8:00-Mr. Burke, Grand Knight, K. of
C., lectures to Catholic Students'
club in K. of C. hall.
8:00-Dr. T. Sigel of Detroit speaks
on "Esperanto" in room 205, U-hall.

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ALWAYS ASK FOR

Brown Kid
Southern Tie
Note the beautiful arch
the long thin fore part
and the popular one
eyelet Colonial effect.
Price $10.00

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Also black Ooze forepart with satin back

Walk

- Over Boot Shop

- Buy Victory Bonds
THIRTY-SEVEN STUDENTS WIN
PHI BETAKAPPA MEMBERSHIP
(Continued from Page One)
Stark, Saginaw; Mary L. Steere, Ann
Arbor; Harry Stocker, Detroit; Ag-
nes True, Armada; and Caroline C.
Wittman, Toledo, O.
Reception Wednesday
The reception and initiation for the
newly electei members will be held
at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening, May.
28. Prof. C. H. Cooley, of the sociolo-
gy department, will give the address
of the evening.
W. B. Pillsbury, professor of psych--
ology, was elected president of the lo-
cal chapter of Phi Beta Kappa for the
coming year Prof. John W. Scholl
of the German department was re-
elected secretary and Prof. C. H. Coo-
ley was appointed to succeed Profes-
sor Pillsbury upon the executive com-
mittee.
--Buy Victory Bonde
CAPTAIN J. A. WEST, '20E,
RETURNS DECORATED

115 S. MAIN ST.

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THE
HELEN HOLSINGER
HAT SHOPj
announces the arrival of a few advance mid-
summer pattern hats. They are large and light
in color.
You Can Ask Nothing Better

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SPALDING'S
QPoIN For Shoes
" oaps, Belts
A. SpGP DFoot Ball
WMK Equipment
'~ Sweaters
'"aw s" ° Jerseys
And the implements for every
* athletic game, of course.
A. G. SPALING & BROS.
211-217 So. State St,
CHICAGO, ILL.

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Delicious and Refreshing

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C R E A M

(Continued from Page One)
nate enough to get through, he held
an advanced outpost for 37 days.
When his regimentattacked on the
Argonne, eight of the 40 men in his
command were killed and 18 were
wounded. In another engagement,
while leading an attack, he was se-
verely wounded, and although nearly
incapacitated, insisted upon staying
on the field. Twenty-four hours lat-
er, after securing valuable informa-
tion, he was carried to the rear. He
received the D. S. C. for his conduct
in this engagement. He is a member
of Beta Theta Pi, where he stayed dur-
ing the short time here.
--Buy Victory Bonds -
MOMOEOP HOSPITAL PLANS
SOCIAL WORK FOR NEW WARD

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Personal Independence
UNLIMITED freedom of choice in the matter of Fabric
is yours.
And greater libcrty in style is possible when you get one
tailoring of Personal Independence and Emancipation from
the ready-made look.
Your suit will not look like any other best suit in the lot.
There is no lot,
Your suit is just yours. Made to your measure, to suit
you in weave and style--to fit your body--your mind--your
purse.
J. K Malcolm
604 East Liberty St.

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Than you can find in our large
and exceptionally complete stock
of

Hart Schaffner

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(Continued from Page One)
Goodwillie, '20E, of the University Y.
M. C.A.
The Welfare club has a broad and
comprehensive program in view. Some
work has been done heretofore, but
lack of organization has beer a handi-
cap. It is now well under way and
has proved to be of distinct advantage
to the children who are confined in the
hospital.
- Buy Victory Bonds -
U. OF M. AMBULANCE UNIT
IN N. Y.; MANY WOUNDED
(Continued from Page One)
ing there. Six of the unit's ambu-
lances were totally demolished and
several others severely damaged. Dur-
ing the 34 days there, the division at-
tacked 19 times in all, advancing
something over 15 kilometers over dif-
ficult ground.
After a rest of three weeks the sec-
tion again moved up into action, fol-
lowing the boche retreat that immedi-
ately preceded the signing of the
armistice.
-siBuy Victory Bonds
VARSITY BAND WILL GO TO
AID DETROIT LOAN DRIVE

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CORBETT'S

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Marx

SPRING
CLOTHING

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We know you'll be pleased
at the extreme elegance of our
stock. We were fortunate in sec-
uring an especially fine lot of
waist seam models for young men
this season.

Style, Quality,

Color,

Patterns, Tailoring,

Price

All will please you in every detail
at this store.

(Continued from Page One)
troit. Captain Wilson expects the full
complement of 60 men to make the
trip to Detroit.
"Victors" to Be Played
"The Victors" and "Varsity" are
the strains which the band will break
into most often on the trip. Rehears-
als have been held so regularly and
often, however, that the band has a
stock of new pieces to play which is
practically inexhaustible. Music for
any occasion is carried, and Captain
Wilson, although he knows nothing as
to what is expected of the band, does
not anticipate any trouble in the se-
lectign of suitable music.
The regular weekly rehearsal was
held Wdnesday night, following which
a short business meeting was held.
--Buy Victory Bonds-
Tennis Racket Restringing very
promptly done at Wahr's University
Book S.tore.-Adv.

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel C o.
Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes

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of Main and Washington Streets

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