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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER ,

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Before a Jury
You know that your appearance is always on
trial. Every man you meet is both judge and
jury of how you look.
Are you guilty of a faulty selection in your
clothes? Do poor fitting clothes stand against
you?
If so, why not acquit yourself, win the verdict
and be declared a good dresser?
Let us become your tailoring counsel-we'll
win you that verdict if we make your clothes.
DRESS SUITS.FOR HIRE
SHIRTS TO ORDER

J. CARL
604 East Liberty St.

MALCOLM
Malcolm Block

This advertisement presented at our shop before Nov. 1st, entitles you
to a ten per cent discount on your purchase 4

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AND ENLARCEMENTS

HAND COLORED PRINTS

MAY CUSE FiNA
UNIVER5AL PEACE
GENERAL DISARMAMENT WILL BE
A NECESSITY TO PREVENT
RETURN TO BARBARISM
AMERICA DOING MUCH
TO HELP ALLIES WIN
'Ferrero, Noted Italan HistorianDe-
dares United States to Be
Home of Democracy
Milan, Italy, Oct. 4.-(Correspond-
ence to the Associated Press)-Amer-
ica is preparing the army of disarma-
ment, declared Guglielmo Ferrero, the
-noted Italian historian, in a statement
published by the Secolo.
"The United States," asserted Signor
Ferrero, "is preparing the new Amer-
ican army to defend its most sacred
interests, to prevent Europe from fall-
ing under a hegemony which would
mence the liberty of the world; and in
order to have at the peace conference
the necessary authority to summon the
great states of Europe to lay down
their arms.
"General disarmament after this
war wNI be a necessity if the states
of Europe do not wish to rush into
barbarism and anarcfly. America will
rapidly create a vast army because she
could not, without very grave danger
to herself and to the equilibrium of
the whole world, neglect to make a
counterpoise in the new continent to
the monstrous development of arma-
ments in the old.
American's Sacrifice Most
"The United States was never dom-
inated either by militarism or imper-
ialism. It has, indeed, been governed
for five years by that one of the two
American parties which is the more
averse from imperialism and militar-
ism. To submit to conscription and
to be sent to fight in Europe is for the
Americans a much greater sacrific
than that of any other of the peoples
of the Entents had to make for the
defense of its frontiers and its very
existence."
Give Men as Well as Money
Asserting that the question what is
America doing in the war, is put many
times a day to those presuming to
know, Signor Ferrero stated: "Many
people-and among them are some
members of the mission sent by the
Italian government to the United
States-are of the opinion that the
United States would give more help
to the Allies by sending food, arms
Laboratory coats, aprons and sup-
plies at Wahr's University Bookstore.
The. Kemfp Music Studio: Ppiano,
Organ, Voice Culture. 312 S. Diision
St. Phone 212-J.-Adv.
Michigan Memory Books, Song
Books, Banners, Pennants, Jewelry,
etc., etc., at Wahr's.-Adv.

Radio Military cSFountain Pens
WrlstWatches Waterman
$4.25 to $21 and ConKlin
U. of U. Jewelry
Schianderer & Seyfried
FIrst C o S z y
RESTAURANT
MICHIGAN INN
Phone 948-K. 601 E. LIberty
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STOP AT
TUTT!LES.
338 MAYNARD
For Lunches and Sodas
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7'RoY'.s BEST PR~ODUCT

Fancy creates a want to posess
a certain thing exactly like an-
other certain thing.
MARQUARD
CAMPUS : TAILOR
516 E. WILLIAM STREET
Can satisfy your wants for
Fall cloths from his complete
line of materialsfand styles.
An individualasuit for every
individual.

and money rather than soldiers. It
is said that the transport of a large
army from America to Europe would
require too great a number of ships,
and would therefore, complicate still
further the provisioning of the Allies
in Europe who are more in need of
food and other necessary things than
of men. But those who argue on
these lines- show that they have not
understood the very profound reasons
for America's intervention. America
will help the Allies with money, food
and metals, but also, and very largely
with men, because she needs today to
create a large army."
WHAT'S GOING ON
TODAYL
3 o'clock-Students .in Rhetoric 37
meet in Michigan Daily offices.
4 o'clock--Underclassmen meet in
University Hall.
4 o'clock-Women's league party in
Barbour gymnasium.
7 o'clock-Freshman mass meeting
in Hill auditorium.
7:30 o'clock-Alpha Nu debating so-
ciety meets in Alpha Nu rooms, Uni-
versity hall.
7:30 o'clock-Kalamazoo normal
students meet in Lane hall.
TOMORROW
2:30 o clock-Michigan-Case game
on Ferry field.
U-NOTICES
Varsity band members may obtain
uniforms from 1 to 6 o'clock this aft-
ornoon in room 328 Natural Science
building. Members will appear in
uniform at 7 o'clock tonight in Hill
auditorium.
Mr. J. A. Mosenfelder of the rhetoric
department wishes to meet all stu-
dents in rhetoric 37 at 3 o'clock this
afternoon at The Michigan Daily of-
fice.
The sale of gymnasium locker tick-
ets has been transferred from the
gymnasium to the treasurer's office in
University hall.
The history department wishes to
announce the following courses omit-
ted from the annual announcement of
the literary college:
History 37-history of the United
States during the Civil war and re-
construction. Given by Professor Wal-
lace Monday, Wednesday and Friday
at 11 o'clock in room 203 Tappan hall.
History 38b-The United States dur-
ing Jefferson's administrations. Given
by Professor Wallace Monday, Wed-
nesday and Friday at 2 o'clock in
room 203 Tappan hall.
History 4Tb-Seminary dealing with
history of the eastern group of south-
ern states. Given by Professor Wal-
lace 'Wednesday from 4 to 6 o'clock
for two hours credit in room 206 Tap-
pan hall.
MICHIGAN UNION FOSTERS
DEMOCRACY, OFFICIALS SAY
Smokers, Class Dinners and Dances
Are on Program; Freshmen
to Meet Sunday
That the Michigan Union is really
a thoroughly democratic organization
and that it has a real and important
mission to fulfill is emphasized in a
statement just given out by one of
the Union officials.
If university centers are to accom-
plish the ideal of American institu-
tions, democracy must be fostered. By
social contact many artificial barriers
betweerf rich and poor are broken
down. It is in this way that the Uni-
versity of Michigan may contribute its
share toward keeping our national de-

mocracy intact.
Social activities at the Union include :
smokers, dances, class dinners, and
Sunday afternoon gatherings. A sec-
ond meeting for freshmen and any up-
perclassmen who can attend will be
held at 3 o'clock next Sunday after-
noon. Music will be provided, and
a short speech, laying stress on the
ideas and ideals the Union holds for
the development of its members, will
be given.a
At the gathering held last Sunday,
the Rev. Lloyd Douglas spoke of the
more serious phases of college life in
view of the world crisis. The Union
calls for a more serious attitude on =
the part of the student body as to col-
lege work during the coming year.
Basket ball and Gym shoes. Wag-
ner & Co. State St. at Liberty.-Adv.
Notice: Before engaging music for
your parties for the coming season,
consult Shorty Prescott about his
Majestic Theatre orchestra.. Also his
novelty and jazz combinations.
Special prices for fraternities and ror-
orities for series. Shorty Prescott,
Phone 1588-J 220 W. Ann St.-Adv.
You can get into a Davis shirt for
$1.25 to $3.00. S. O. Davis, 119 S.
Main.-Adv.

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High shoes at low prives.
Davis, 119 S. Main.-Adv.-

The "Standard Loose Leaf Note
Books, at Wahr's.-Adv.
Officers' Uniforms and accessories.
G. H. Wild & Co., State Street.-Adv.
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We buy for cash. You buy for cash.
You save cash. S. 0. Davis, 119 S.
Main.-Adv.

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Shoes repaired while you wait.
G. Andres. 222 S. State.-Adv.

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MOM

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ARE IN GREAT
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Join Our Opening Classes Oct. 8

The wonderful Business expansion now in progress over the country
will be greatly increased during the next few months, as the Government con-
tracts get fully under way.
The million young men called to the Army have left thousands of vacan-
cies in good office positions.
College students can prepare with us in a few months for splendid open-
ings as Stenographers, Bookkeeping, Office Managers, Private Secretaries,
Etc., without interfering with their University work. DON'T DELAY!
CALL 'TODAY
Hamilton Business- College
State and William Streets

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